• Netflix warns users to be cautious of new phishing scam
Netflix warns users to be cautious of new phishing scam

The scam concerns an official-looking email that claims there is an issue with your "billing information". The emails, which look real, appear to ask customers to update their payment information. The email also informs the receiver that his or her Netflix account is "on hold". Secondly, don't click the link. Clicking the links in the email t...

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  • Ex-CEO Les Moonves Will Not Receive $120M Severance Payment
Ex-CEO Les Moonves Will Not Receive $120M Severance Payment

Moonves' alleged misconduct and when they knew of it", said Allred, whose clients all spoke to the investigators. "Consistent with the pattern of leaks that have permeated this 'process;, the press was informed of these baseless conclusions before Mr.

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  • Lincoln revives a 1960s Continental classic
Lincoln revives a 1960s Continental classic

A further run is planned for 2020, after which, it's strongly rumoured, the Continental will be axed. Lincoln figures the auto will gain as much as 150 pounds compared to a standard Continental. The center seat in the rear bench is replaced with a big center console. The cars start as top of the line Black Label trim Continentals and are mo...

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  • California farm linked to tainted romaine lettuce issues cauliflower recall
California farm linked to tainted romaine lettuce issues cauliflower recall

A California farm that has been linked to an E. coli outbreak involving romaine lettuce issued a new recall of its cauliflower. Some romaine products are now being labeled with their harvest regions. The latter is where Adams Bros. The FDA recommends not purchasing or consuming romaine lettuce harvested in Monterey, San Benito, and Santa Barbar...

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  • Certain cauliflower, red and green lettuce recalled due to E.coli
Certain cauliflower, red and green lettuce recalled due to E.coli

Coli. USA health officials have traced a food poisoning outbreak from romaine lettuce to at least one farm in California , which voluntarily recalled red and green leaf lettuce as well as cauliflower because they may be contaminated with E.

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  • Comey blasts Trump over tweet about Federal Bureau of Investigation raid of Michael Cohen's office
Comey blasts Trump over tweet about Federal Bureau of Investigation raid of Michael Cohen's office

Davis also said that his client had authorized him on several occasions to refuse any pardon from Trump, if it was offered. Davis said there are some questions he can not answer publicly as Cohen's former lawyer and current adviser because he does not want to "get in front of Mr.

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  • Google announces $1B NY campus
Google announces $1B NY campus

Google said Monday it will spend $1 billion on a new New York City campus, allowing the company to double its staff there within a decade. "We will have the capacity to more than double the number of Googlers in NY over the next 10 years".

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  • Rocco The Cheeky Parrot Keeps Using Amazon's Alexa To Order Snacks
Rocco The Cheeky Parrot Keeps Using Amazon's Alexa To Order Snacks

According to the Sun , Rocco, an African gray parrot, has become adept at using Amazon Alexa to order such items like strawberries, watermelon, raisins, broccoli and ice cream. He has even tried to order non-food items, such as a kite, a kettle and light bulbs. Fortunately, none of Rocco's orders go on to be purchased, thanks to a parental loc...

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  • Ho Ho No: Santa Claus Flips Out at Group of Kids
Ho Ho No: Santa Claus Flips Out at Group of Kids

The rave was being held separately to the Santa event, which was billed as an opportunity to meet Kris Kringle and his "chief snowman". Organizers at a Christmas event had to apologise to furious parents after a Santa ran out of his grotto, ripped off his beard and screamed at the kids to "get the f**k out" after a fire alarm sounded.

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  • CDC: Don't eat Romaine lettuce from some California counties
CDC: Don't eat Romaine lettuce from some California counties

During a hastily called news conference today the officials said they can't yet say the outbreak is over, but it is definitely winding down. CNN has reached out to Adam Bros. Family Farms. Whole genome sequencing showed that the strain found in the reservoir was "closely related genetically to the E. coli . isolated from ill people".

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  • 'Big' China-US trade deal could happen 'rather soon:' Trump
'Big' China-US trade deal could happen 'rather soon:' Trump

Tesla has reduced the prices of its Model X and Model S vehicles sold in China, after the Chinese authorities suspended additional tariffs on US -manufactured cars for three months starting January 1. Earlier this week, China delivered on this promise when it made its first purchase of US soybeans since the escalation of the trade war earlier thi...

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  • Renault says it needs more information on Ghosn allegations
Renault says it needs more information on Ghosn allegations

He has been removed as chairman of Nissan and alliance partner Mitsubishi Motors Corp., and remains in a Tokyo jail as Japanese prosecutors push ahead with a criminal investigation that has shaken the global auto industry. Ghosn has denied the allegations. Tokyo prosecutors on Monday indicted Ghosn, 64, on accusations he under-reported his income...

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  • Johnson & Johnson knew baby power contained asbestos, report says
Johnson & Johnson knew baby power contained asbestos, report says

Further reports by the company and outside labs showed similar findings through the early 2000s. After a series of ups and downs in defense of its flagship Johnson's Baby Powder, Johnson & Johnson hit renewed scrutiny Friday as Reuters reported the drugmaker knew for decades its talc powder contained cancer-causing asbestos.

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  • Kotex tampons recalled after reports of product unraveling inside body
Kotex tampons recalled after reports of product unraveling inside body

A full list of the recalled lot numbers is available on the Kimberly-Clark website . But if you've travelled to the United States recently and picked up a box of tampons you may want to double check them first. "The safety of our consumers is our top priority". The lot number code can be found on the bottom of the package. "We are putting sy...

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  • J&J shares drop on report it knew of asbestos in baby powder
J&J shares drop on report it knew of asbestos in baby powder

The news agency said it showed the company, established in 1886, know of the positive tests, and that senior executives, mine managers, scientists, doctors and lawyers anxious about how to address the problem, while failing to disclose it to regulators or the public.

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  • China Says Canada's Huawei Arrest Has ‘Aroused Public Anger’
China Says Canada's Huawei Arrest Has ‘Aroused Public Anger’

Escalating tensions have stoked concern that some companies could see their markets upended after the Chinese threatened "severe consequences" following the arrest of Huawei Chief Financial Officer Meng Wanzhou in Vancouver at the request of US authorities.

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  • Want $100,000? Just Give Up Your Smartphone for a Year
Want $100,000? Just Give Up Your Smartphone for a Year

To enter the contest, share on Instagram or Twitter why you feel you're up for the challenge, including the hashtags #nophoneforayear and #contest. Laptops, desktops and smart home assistants are okay, though. But, in return, that person must be willing to forgo having a smartphone for an entire year.

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  • Seattle flight U-turns after learning human heart left onboard
Seattle flight U-turns after learning human heart left onboard

Flight 3606 turned back over Idaho and flew back to Seattle-Tacoma International Airport to return the heart, which should have been taken off a previous flight on December 9. All-in-all, it was a five-hour delay, the spokesperson said. "Nothing is more important to us than the safety of our customers and the safe delivery of the precious cargo w...

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  • Ohio Congressman: We can fund border wall with
Ohio Congressman: We can fund border wall with "WallCoin"

The last time you shut it down it didn't work. " FACT: Prior to President Trump taking office, we have never built wall that high", the statement says. President Trump on Thursday repeated his claim that Mexico will pay for his border wall - and Democrats gleefully welcomed the news, saying that if that were the case the usa wouldn't have t...

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  • China resumes USA soybean imports, may cut auto tariffs
China resumes USA soybean imports, may cut auto tariffs

Bloomberg reports that the plan to eliminate the surcharge will be revised in the coming days. China on Wednesday made its first major purchases of US soybeans since US President Donald Trump and Chinese President Xi Jinping (習近平) struck a trade truce earlier this month, providing some relief to US farmers, who have struggled to find buyers fo...

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