• Domino’s Will Now Fix Your Potholes With ‘Paving For Pizza’ Program
Domino’s Will Now Fix Your Potholes With ‘Paving For Pizza’ Program

Domino's Pizza is underscoring the importance of its carryout business by working to make roads easier to drive on. Domino's Pizza on Monday announced a new initiative that will allow consumers to submit their town for potential grants to fix potholes.

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  • Trump, Kim agree to repatriating U.S. military remains
Trump, Kim agree to repatriating U.S. military remains

The Korean Central News Agency and the Korean Central Television reported Monday that Kim departed from Pyongyang on Sunday morning via a Chinese chartered airplane to hold a summit with his USA counterpart in Singapore . "We will be there together with North Korea along the way", Moon said in a statement. There are also annual springtime drills. ...

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  • Honest, direct and productive meet with North Korean leader, says US President
Honest, direct and productive meet with North Korean leader, says US President

He said: "We have had substantive and detailed meetings to date, including this morning with the North Koreans". "It's rough. It's rough in a lot of places, by the way". Trump and Defense Secretary Jim Mattis have insisted the USA military presence and longstanding alliance with the South is not on the table in talks with the North.

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  • Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey sparks backlash over eating Chick-fil-A
Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey sparks backlash over eating Chick-fil-A

The event was hosted so that "community business leaders can access the knowledge and experience of 10 internationally acclaimed leaders", one of which was O'Brien. "Back to the part where @ jack is boosting a notoriously anti-LGBTQ company in the middle of #Pride month", wrote one user. Try as it might, Chick-fil-A just can not shake its ho...

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  • Indian jeweller accused of multi-billion dollar fraud flees
Indian jeweller accused of multi-billion dollar fraud flees

India is already seeking the extradition of Vijay Mallya , a liquor and aviation tycoon, over unpaid loans to his defunct Kingfisher Airlines after the businessman and co-owner of the Force India Formula One team moved to Britain in March previous year.

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  • Tesla’s ‘Autopilot’ is getting an upgrade
Tesla’s ‘Autopilot’ is getting an upgrade

Musk tweeted early Sunday morning about Tesla Version 9.0 including major updates for Autopilot 2.0. Autopilot resources, he said, had so far "rightly focused entirely on safety". Testing of autonomous vehicles are still required to have humans in the driver seat right now, and Tesla might well point to inaction as the cause of the crash as oppose...

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  • Bound flight from Rome diverted over
Bound flight from Rome diverted over "potential security concern"

A United spokesperson confirmed the events, releasing the following statement: "United flight UA971 en route to Chicago from Rome, diverted to Shannon following a potential security concern". No further details were made available. United Airlines has canceled the final leg of the trip to Chicago and is working to find flights to Chicago for its...

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  • Trump meets Kim Jong Un in Singapore
Trump meets Kim Jong Un in Singapore

Trump and Kim arrived not long ago on Singapore's Sentosa Island, the site of their unprecedented summit. The meeting is the first sit-down between a sitting USA president and North Korean leader and is meant to settle a standoff over Pyongyang's nuclear program.

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  • Net neutrality rules are dead, but fight lives on
Net neutrality rules are dead, but fight lives on

To commemorate the occasion, FCC chairman Ajit Pai - the man mainly responsible for the repeal of Net Neutrality - penned an op-ed piece for CNET in which he champions the dissolution of internet regulations. The rollback took effect officially on Monday. While the now-defunct net neutrality rules didn't specifically address interchange d...

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  • IHOP changes name to IHOB, internet has a lot of fun
IHOP changes name to IHOB, internet has a lot of fun

How permanent is the name change? Whataburger chose to poke some fun Monday morning when the restaurant chain announced that it was changing its name . Others called the name change "bizarre" and "a nightmare". Professional baseball team the Philadelphia Phillies went to the trouble of making its own name change announcement video that tur...

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  • North Korean leader, Singapore’s PM discuss Korean Peninsula situation
North Korean leader, Singapore’s PM discuss Korean Peninsula situation

Trump told reporters the Singapore summit is "really a get-to-know-you kind of situation". Singapore Foreign Minister Vivian Balakrishnan (Bal-a-krish-nan) says Kim went to the Flower Dome at Gardens by the Bay in Singapore on Monday night.

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  • Elon Musk's flamethrowers being resold for thousands on eBay
Elon Musk's flamethrowers being resold for thousands on eBay

The most eager customers can forgo the bidding process and pay the eBay "buy it now price", which is as high as $20,000. Instead, the Boring Company torch guns function like large propane blowtorches. The first promotional products were simple Boring Company hats. The company had previously offered 20,000 flamethrowers for sale in January...

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  • Amazon expands Whole Foods Market discounts for Prime members
Amazon expands Whole Foods Market discounts for Prime members

It's all about Amazon's model of adding more benefits to Prime membership, and now almost half of all Whole Foods stores offer these deals. In the time-honored retail fashion, that really just means extra discounts and savings for Prime members.

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  • Justin Trudeau's eyebrow 'falls off' at G7
Justin Trudeau's eyebrow 'falls off' at G7

CNN's Jake Tapper on Sunday asked Larry Kudlow , the president's chief economic adviser, "What did [Trudeau] say that was so offensive?" In the brief photo opportunity that started their bilateral meeting on the sidelines of the fractious G7 summit , Trump followed Trudeau's diplomatic introduction by joking that Trudeau had backed down ...

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  • Trump's angry tweets leave G7 in disarray; Abe in delicate situation
Trump's angry tweets leave G7 in disarray; Abe in delicate situation

Sound off Justin Trudeau's falling eyebrow. The two countries' trade conflict has been ratcheting up for weeks, but twice recently - before and after the G-7 meeting - Trudeau repeated a certain comment, saying Canada was "polite" but "will not be pushed around".

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  • Jaguar Land Rover to move Discovery production out of UK
Jaguar Land Rover to move Discovery production out of UK

Britain's biggest vehicle manufacturer, Jaguar Land Rover , is to transfer all production of its Land Rover Discovery model from the West Midlands to a plant in Slovakia , potentially putting hundreds of agency jobs at risk. JLR chief commercial officer Felix Brautigam said: "Strong demand for Land Rover vehicles drove our performance in May ...

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  • Sonic Drive-In's new Pickle Juice Slush debuts Monday
Sonic Drive-In's new Pickle Juice Slush debuts Monday

But, the bright green drink will only be available for a limited time. ".it's surprisingly delicious (and makes a good accompaniment to burgers and/or tots and/or corn dogs.)", Food & Wine said in its review. Among them? Pickle juice. Each drink can be customized with fruit add-ins like lemon and strawberry, or candy add-ins like Popping Candy. ...

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  • Facebook gave some companies extended access to user data
Facebook gave some companies extended access to user data

Under these special deals, Facebook gave select companies special access to user records well after the point in 2015 that the social network has said it walled off that information. That didn't stop Cambridge University researcher Aleksandr Kogan from stealing data from 87 million users through a personality quiz app and sharing it with Cambrid...

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  • Stocks set for tense session after G7 and ahead Trump-Kim Summit
Stocks set for tense session after G7 and ahead Trump-Kim Summit

Mr Balakrishnan confirmed that Singapore was paying for the North Korean delegation's stay , describing it as "hospitality that we would have offered". In March, Mr Trump shocked the world by accepting an invitation from Mr Kim to meet in person. Trump told reporters the Singapore summit is "really a get-to-know-you kind of situation".

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  • CFTC moves forward with crypto price probe, demands info from exchanges
CFTC moves forward with crypto price probe, demands info from exchanges

Per the report , the probe saw government investigators demand the exchanges hand over trading data, to find out whether cryptocurrency prices are being manipulated or not. CME offers traders a variety of bitcoin futures for months into the future. Bitcoin is now trading at $7,321.95 Dollars, down 4.53 percent over the last 24 hours.

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