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Trump responds to migrant child deaths by blaming Democrats: ‘If we had a Wall, they wouldn’t even try!’

An immigrant child looks out from a U.S. Border Patrol bus leaving as protesters block the street outside the U.S. Border Patrol Central Processing Center Saturday, June 23, 2018, in McAllen, Texas. Associated Press/David J. Phillips President Trump blamed Democrats for the December deaths of two children that were in CBP custody. One child was…

Zion Williamson reveals the 5 NBA fan bases he hears from most on social media

Notably, the Cleveland Cavaliers and the Phoenix Suns didn’t make Williamson’s list. AP Photo/Gerry Broome Zion Williamson’s superhuman athleticism and high-flying, rim-shaking dunks have left NBA coaches, fans, and scouts salivating. Just 12 games into the 6-foot-7, 285-pound forward’s freshman year with the Duke Blue Devils, many fans and pundits are already focused on where…

The CEO who took over Burger King at age 32 learned that any major problem at work usually boils down to one of 3 reasons

Restaurant Brands International CEO Daniel Schwartz. Business Insider/Jessica Tyler As the CEO of Restaurant Brands International, Daniel Schwartz oversees Burger King, Tim Hortons, and Popeyes. Schwartz started as CFO at Burger King in his late 20s before becoming CEO at 32. He said the most important management lesson he learned was to realize that in…

College Football Playoff predictions: Expert picks for 2018 Orange Bowl, Cotton Bowl games – CBS Sports

The College Football Playoff is here. No. 1 Alabama will take on No. 4 Oklahoma in the Orange Bowl, while No. 2 Clemson and No. 3 Notre Dame start the evening by battling in the Cotton Bowl. In just the fifth playoff in the new postseason format to decide a national champion, but this year’s…

Suspected malware attack causes major Los Angeles Times newspaper delivery interruptions – Los Angeles Times

A suspected malware attack prevented distribution of the Saturday edition of the Los Angeles Times to many subscribers. The Times said the problem was first detected Friday. Technology teams made significant progress in fixing it, but were unable to clear all systems before press time. The suspected attack also affected distribution of the San Diego…

2018 Cotton Bowl, Clemson vs. Notre Dame: Prediction, pick, odds, line, spread for College Football Playoff – CBSSports.com

A bit of history will go down Saturday afternoon when No. 2 Clemson and No. 3 Notre Dame meet in the 2018 Cotton Bowl to open the College Football Playoff. It will be the first time in CFP history that two undefeated teams square off in either a semifinal or the CFP National Championship itself,…

Our grandparents wanted security and stability at work. 50 years later, we’ve given up on that to search for something else.

Some aspects of the American workplace have stayed the same; others have disappeared entirely. Shutterstock For our grandparents, good jobs meant employers that would take care of them.Today’s workers don’t expect security or stability. Instead they want a job that contributes to a fulfilling life and allows them some flexibility.The gig economy is also a…

The 10 most expensive wines and spirits sold by Christie’s in 2018

The Macallan 60 Year Old whiskey sold for more than $1.5 million. Christie’s Christie’s sold its most expensive spirit lot this year with a single bottle of 60-year-old whiskey that went for more than $1.5 million.Six of the top 10 most expensive lots on this list were French wines, while the other four were rare…

Katie Holmes and Jamie Foxx Kiss on Yacht During Vacation in Miami – E! NEWS

MEGA PDA alert!Katie Holmes and Jamie Foxx recently began a vacation in Miami and were photographed on Friday vacationing in Miami on a private luxury yacht, just before the New Year’s holiday. The two were seen sharing a sweet kiss while on board. Holmes wore several outfits that day, including a string black bikini and a pinstriped crop top and matching…

Did Apple retail prices get too high in 2018? Consumers say way yes. – USA TODAY

CLOSE From long lines to no lines, people aren’t buying into expensive X-series iPhones, consumers tell USA TODAY’s Jefferson Graham. USA TODAYApple has for years been a premium brand that rarely, if ever discounted products. Period.  Every year, the company could raise prices on products, and consumers would not only happily pay, but stand in long…