Trump’s die-hard supporters are fuming after an apparent about-face on ‘dreamers’


Senate Minority Leader Charles Schumer (D-N.Y.) talks with President Trump in the Oval Office on Sept. 6. (Alex Wong/Getty Images) Staunch conservative allies of President Trump have erupted in anger and incredulity after Democrats late Wednesday announced that the president had agreed to pursue a legislative deal that would protect thousands of young undocumented immigrants from deportation but not secure Trump’s ...

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Join The Street Team, Earn Tickets To Maker Faire Bay Area


This year’s Maker Faire is going to be bigger and better than any before. It won’t be possible without the help of our “Street Team” spreading the excitement. The Maker Faire Street Team passes out fliers, stickers, and business cards to expose new people to the Maker Faire. It is easy, fun, and can earn you two adult tickets to the ...

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Man Comes Home to Find Cat Waiting For Him – Except He’s Never Owned a Cat


There is nothing like coming home to a loving furry feline who has been eagerly awaiting your return— unless you have never owned a cat in the first place. This is exactly what happened to a user of the Imgur photo sharing site named Nigel a few weeks ago. The San Diego, California resident came home from work to find ...

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Zach Randolph Cuts Deal In Weed Case, No Jail Time


NBA’s Zach Randolph Cuts Deal In Weed Case … No Jail Time 9/13/2017 3:35 PM PDT EXCLUSIVE Sacramento Kings star Zach Randolph just struck a pretty sweet deal in his marijuana case … and all he has to do is a TON of community service.  TMZ Sports broke the story … Z-Bo was arrested for felony weed possession with intent ...

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Maker Pro News: Graffiti (Jewelry) for Good, Counterfeit Detectives, and More


You’re reading our weekly Maker Pro Newsletter, which focuses on the impact of makers in business and technology. Our coverage includes hardware startups, new products, incubators, and innovators, along with technology and market trends. Subscribe today and never miss a post. “But that doesn’t mean Americans don’t make things anymore.” – Pew Research Maker Pros Working for Social Good For a compelling ...

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Cooking the Classics: Confit Duck


I have a thing for ducks: whenever I see duck on a menu, I order it. Duck lovers will know that confit duck is when the fowl is at its finest. I’ve only rarely tried to make it at home, and when I have, I realized that my kitchen chops were insufficient to do it justice. It’s easy to overcook, and the meat ...

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Instagram removes photo showing Stoke boy without an eye


Image copyright Charlie Beswick Image caption Charlie Beswick said she has received no apology from Instagram for removing this photo A photo of a 12-year-old boy shown without his eye was removed by Instagram. Harry Beswick was born with Goldenhar syndrome. He is missing an eye, eye socket, nostril and ear from one side of his face. His mother, Charlie ...

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The Top Professions For Every Zodiac Sign

BePositivecreditShutterstockcom.jpg The want of a purpose is one of the strongest human desires, but is also one of the most difficult to satisfy. Many of us tend to meander through life, picking up odd jobs and chasing the occasional passion, but true purpose eludes us. But what if you could look to the ...

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5 Things to Do When Your Child Doesn’t Listen


You ask your child to do something. They refuse. You ask nicely. They still refuse. You raise your voice just a bit to let them know you’re serious. And they refuse, again. You try to bribe them. And you get the same reaction. You finally send them to time-out or try a different discipline technique. And they still refuse—with the ...

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CBN Mexico Helps Victims of Double Disasters in Aftermath of Quake, Hurricane


Watch the video above from CBN Mexico serving the earthquake victims in the hardest hit areas there. Mexican authorities report the death toll following an 8.1 magnitude earthquake last Thursday now stands at least at 95. Oaxaca was the worst-hit state and is where the five other deaths were reported. Oaxaca Governor Alejandro Murat told a mexican television network that his ...

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