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Take a Knee Sunday: NFL games are scheduled all day so expect lots of protestsThree Simple Questions This GE Exec Asks To Solve Big, Complex ProblemsHow To Use Facebook, Twitter, And YouTube To Change Your CareerThe troubling numbers behind the Trump cabinet’s pricey tripsAs The AI War Rages, Google Assistant Is “Very, Very Likely” Coming To Nest’s New Secure SystemCharlotte Gainsbourg, Lizzo, And Cyrus Vs. Cyrus: The Week In MusicReport: Graham-Cassidy would cause 21 million people to lose health coverage every yeariPhone launch day isn’t what it used to be . . .Betsy DeVos just rolled back protections for college victims of sexual assaultThese Solar Farms Have A Secret Hiding Under Them: MushroomsHas Purpose Made Brands Forget How To Be Cool?What Mountaineering Taught Me About Building A Company From ScratchAfter London, Uber’s war with Europe is poised to heat upZuck’s “Political Awakening”? Not So FastFrom Bodega’s Apology To Working Smarter: This Week’s Top Leadership StoriesInstagram automatically made an ad that said “I will rape you”How To Stop Boring Hiring Managers With Your ResumeMobilityScore Tells You Exactly How Easy A Place Is To Get Around Without A CarThis 24-Year-Old Built A LinkedIn For Weed Jobs, No Experience RequiredEvery Meeting You’ve Ever Been To (In Two Minutes)Seinfeld’s House Of Cards, Another “Blade Runner” Prologue: Top 5 Ads Of The WeekThese Personality Tests Found Things Out That Only My Mom KnowsThis New Treatment Center Wants To Revolutionize Addiction RehabUber just lost its license to operate in LondonGoogle celebrates “West Side Story” anniversary with virtual museumThese Adorable Goats Are Helping To Restore Brooklyn’s Last Natural ForestHitler Saved His Life. In His New Memoir, Ad Legend Jim Riswold Explains HowCDC: Yellow fever-carrying mosquitoes could invade 75% of AmericaLyft Wants To Give Your Grandma A RideWhy Equifax Still Gets An “A” Rating From The Better Business BureauChatting about movies on Facebook? A bot may drop in to sell you tickets9 ways Zuckerberg says Facebook will get better at protecting electionsFlint’s water had a “horrifyingly large” impact on fetal deaths, study findsNow Rihanna (and everyone else) can use goofy face filters on Instagram LiveThis App Gives Middle Schoolers Real Talk About Sex From The Comfort Of Their Phones5 reasons the feds won’t tell us why they green-lit the Amazon-Whole Foods mergerHow Nonprofits Can Make The Super Rich Work For ThemHere Are The iPad Apps That Show Off iOS 11’s New Drag-And-Drop FeatureThis Ad Agency Has Launched A Collaborative Plan To Make The Creative Class More DiverseLISTEN: Why It Makes Sense For Companies To Be Socially ResponsibleSean Spicer and Corey Lewandowski are coming to Harvard, and alumni are not happyWatch The Trailer For Wes Anderson’s New Stop-Motion Film “Isle Of Dogs”This Is How To Land Your First-Ever Management RoleDog-sitting website DogBuddy fetches $6 million in new fundingTry One Of These Eight Ways To Get Through The 3 p.m. SlumpYou Probably Can’t Guess Who’s A Sex Worker In This Group–And That’s The PointThe UN Is Forming An Accelerator To Make Its Sustainable Development Goals A RealityJimmy Kimmel Continues His Healthcare Crusade Against The Graham-Cassidy BillWomen used this fertility app more after AI learned when best to ping themInvited To Lunch With Your Boss’s Boss? Here’s Exactly What To DoThis 1990 Issue of “Heavy Metal” Magazine Eerily Predicted Trump’s PresidencyNYC is getting 50 electric car charging stations by 2020This High-Seas Bourbon Baron Doesn’t Mind Having A Few Bad IdeasNew App Mines Your Phone and Facebook Feed For Forgotten “Kodak Moments”These Four VCs Share How They Find Diverse Founders To Invest InWith 963 Million Users, WeChat Lures U.S. Brands—And Longs For AmericaHave You Considered That The Punisher Is A Villain?Do This Ritual At The End Of Each Week To Become More ProductiveSatya Nadella: The C In CEO Stands For CultureMachine Learning Helps Small Farmers Identify Plant Pests And DiseasesWhy Mexico Suffered Two Earthquakes In Two Weeks, And Why More Are DueGoogle has bought HTC’s Pixel division for $1.1 billionThe SEC was hacked and its infiltrators could have made millionsMexico City earthquake: 6 ways to help victims, from Airbnb to GoFundMeYou Can Now Sign Your Emails By Encouraging People To Donate To CharityFacebook use has plummeted in the Middle East, survey saysIkea’s New AR App Lets You See What Furniture Looks Like In Your PlaceWatch Twitter’s cofounder describe how ads fuel fake newsPodcasts Democratized Radio. Now PRX Wants To Democratize PodcastsHow Vampire Weekend’s Ezra Koenig Turned His Anime Fandom Into A New Netflix ShowPrint sales for Hillary Clinton’s book are best in five years for a nonfiction releaseHow To Tell Whether You Should Accept A Job InterviewNike’s New Recycled Leather Shoes Look Like They Were Made From The Real ThingCrime-tracking app Citizen expands to San Francisco with a video game-like promoWhy This CEO Trained His Employees To Do His JobThis Cinematic Twitter Account Offers Hilariously Inaccurate Title LinesAnthony Bourdain On How And Why To Say “No” When You Finally Reach SuccessBasically no one wants to hire Sean Spicer, and can we blame them?Four Fundraising Lessons From A Startup Founder VCs Kept Turning AwayMeet The Brooklyn-Based Company Making Women’s Wear More “Dapper”This fashion startup connects you to the artisans who made your luxury bagJimmy Kimmel: “I am politicizing my son’s health problems. Because I have to.”If Your Password Hygiene Sucks, This Password Manager Will Tell On YouMassages, Pet Cloning, And Other Amazing Perks You’ll Want To Quit Your Job ForThe Trump administration is making it difficult for skilled workers to come to the U.S.Strange Vending Machines That Japanese People Find SurprisingBold Conservation Ideas Go From Concept To Reality On This New Collaboration PlatformScientists say AI can predict Alzheimer’s a decade before symptoms showSwitzerland Is Getting A Network Of Medical Delivery DronesIndie R&B Artist Kwaye Wants To Save You From Predictable MusicGoogle’s AI chief says he’s not worried about an AI apocalypseReport: Amazon is working on smart glasses powered by AlexaFrom Fashion To Film: The Rodarte Sisters On Their Upcoming Film, “Woodshock”The Complexity Of Trump’s Border Wall Proposal, Explained In VRHackers could use light to burglarize you through your security cameraToolBank Was Supplying Houston With Rebuilding Equipment–And Then Irma HitTwitter’s newest board member, Patrick Pichette, sent his first-ever tweet todayTwitter has axed more than 900K accounts promoting terrorism since 2015People are really freaked out by these Amazon baby registry emailsThis scary chart shows skyrocketing insurance premiums over the last 18 yearsAmazon declines Tucson’s cactus, but other kinds of gifts are greatOne Of These Four Ideas Is Going To Win $100 Million From The MacArthur Foundation61% Of Women And 46% Of Men Think Kids Should Be Raised Without Gender StereotypesThis bedsheets startup is the world’s fastest growing consumer of organic cottonEv Williams Has Big Plans For Medium 3.0From Mexico To Mississippi: Why This Sofa Startup Is Now “Made In The USA”With Apple Watch Data Plans, Wireless Carriers Opt For Profits Over InnovationHow Virtual Reality Could Help You Fall In LoveMachine Learning Is Making Video Game Characters Smarter And Robots More CompetentThis Is How To Make Slack Less Of A Time SuckHow Crowdfunding Site Patreon Is Helping Artists Build Media EmpiresA Split In The Spliff Industry: Can Big Marijuana Survive Without Roger Stone?The Secret Meanings Behind Four Of The Most Common Interview QuestionsAlphabet has been the worst-performing FAANG stock since Google’s EU fine“X-Men” and “Kingsmen” Screenwriter Jane Goldman On The Art Of AdaptationYou Can’t Gig With Us: Why The Freelance Economy Is Getting More CliqueyTrump UN speech live stream: Watch the president’s first address to the General AssemblyMaybe this is why Facebook rethought that whole “open and connected” thingSix Reasons To Feel Good About Downloading iOS 11 TodayWhat Our Relationships Mean For How We SleepHedge Fund Guru Ray Dalio Reveals His Closely Guarded Workplace SecretsWith hands-free Alexa, Amazon’s new tablet edges in on Echo territoryShiftgig, With New CEO, Positions Itself As The Job Board Of The Blue-Collar Gig EconomyHow To Future-Proof Your Brain For Your Entire CareerThe Flow Of InnovationHow These Female Engineers Reinvented The BraThis Is How Napping Made Me More ProductiveNike And Ad Agency Produce Documentary On France’s Street Football SceneMealPal doubles down on food pickup as everyone else focuses on deliveryTrump’s Childhood Home Was On Airbnb, So These Refugees Went There To Tell Their StoriesNow it’s believed the Red Sox used a Fitbit to cheat, not an Apple WatchMeet The Team Willingly Going Head-To-Head With Sharks For ResearchThis New System Helps Bioengineering Happen 10,000 Times FasterBlavity just acquired Travel Noire, a travel site for black millennialsToy stocks are falling on news that Toys “R” Us will file for bankruptcyLook what you made us do, hackers tell Vevo after dumping pile of internal dataHere’s Microsoft’s Satya Nadella in 1993 honing his presentation skillsMany Of Us Are Holding Out For The iPhone X, Say Analysts Looking At iPhone Preorder NumbersEllen DeGeneres Is One Step Closer To “World Domination” With Her New YouTube SeriesBanksy is back and he’s showing a little Instagram love to BasquiatHow Hulu helped the TV networks (kind of) reclaim the top Emmys honorThe Dizzying Number Of CFPB Complaints Against Equifax Since 2012 Should Infuriate YouDave Bautista Stars In A New Short Film Prologue For “Blade Runner 2049”Vox is the latest digital media company to embrace programmatic adsEquifax stock sales are now the focus of a criminal probe by the DOJNew Apple Watch Ad Creatively Rolled Through The EmmysWhat Trader Joe’s Figured Out About Work Culture That My Other Past Employers Haven’tThis Rickshaw-Hailing Service For Refugee Camps Just Won A $1 Million PrizeNational Geographic’s “Chasing Genius” Awards Honor Solutions To Hunger, Health, And The EnvironmentCan We Build A Global Internet From Swarms Of Satellites And Tech-Company-Backed Balloons?Amazon is still crushing the smart speaker market, but there’s some good news for GoogleDan Harmon on Actively Aiming for Re-Watchability with “Rick and Morty”How To Negotiate Your Salary When You Have No Obvious LeverageWhy Sean Spicer Will Never Be Funny, And The Emmys Should Have Known BetterShake Shack’s Test Kitchen Is Finally Moving Out Of The BasementJerry Seinfeld, Dave Chappelle, Chris Rock, And Ellen DeGeneres Drop In On Netflix DramaThe Ultimate Work-From-Home Checklist For People Who Are Always In The OfficeExactly How To Ask For Your Old Job Back (And Get It)Major League Baseball’s New VR Experience Swings And MissesHow To Lead With EmpathyHere’s What It Takes To Win The Grocery WarsThese are the five teams advancing to the final rounds of the Global Learning XPRIZE9 Newsletters To Make You SmarterHow Blockchain Could Transform The Way International Aid Is DistributedSatya Nadella Rewrites Microsoft’s CodeHow Microsoft’s Satya Nadella Became A Netflix InsiderHere’s How The Latest Sleep-Science Gadgets Affected My ProductivityEataly’s New Theme Park In Italy Is The Stuff Dreams Are Made OfInside Bozoma Saint John’s Plan To Steer Uber ForwardCan Andy Rubin’s Essential Phone Take On The Smartphone Giants?The 7 Books Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella Says You Need To Lead SmarterHuawei mocks Apple with its video about the real AI phoneThe Fashion Version Of Netflix Doubles Down On Original ContentSnap blocks Al Jazeera in Saudi ArabiaSpecial counsel Mueller got a search warrant for Facebook’s Russia-linked adsThe End Of Capitalism Is Already Starting–If You Know Where To LookGoogle’s new payments app for India uses inaudible sound to transfer moneyWith SoftBank funding, Slack is now valued at $5.1 billion