Mayor says Times Square power outage is unacceptable

Mayor says Times Square power outage is unacceptable
July 15, 2019

Power was restored in New York early Sunday after an outage left parts of the city in darkness for hours, leaving thousands trapped in subway cars and elevators, and people guiding traffic at intersections. The outage began Saturday night, and the lights had been back on shortly after midnight, officers mentioned. It mostly affected midtown Manhattan and parts of the Upper West Side. No injuries have been reported. People spilled out…

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President Trump takes to Twitter to support Home Depot and Bernie Marcus

President Trump takes to Twitter to support Home Depot and Bernie Marcus
July 10, 2019

President Trump took to Twitter on Tuesday night in help of Home Depot after social media calls to boycott the home improvement retailer. Shoppers have been taking to Twitter and other social media platforms to name for the boycott following information that co-founder Bernie Marcus plans to back Trump’s re-election bid. “A very nice, patriotic & charitable man, Bernie Marcus, the co-founder of Home Depot who, on the age of 90, is…

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AOC gets slammed over comparison of border detention facilities to holocaust concentration camps

AOC gets slammed over comparison of border detention facilities to holocaust concentration camps
July 9, 2019

US Vice President Mike Pence blasted remarks made by Representative Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, D-N.Y., when she declared that the U.S. was running “concentration camps” along the US-Mexico border. Speaking on the Christians United For Israel summit on Monday, Pence slammed Democrats who he mentioned “cheapened” the memory of Holocaust victims by evaluating their conditions to these of illegal immigrants at detention facilities, though he never referred to Ocasio-Cortez by name. “We must never ever…

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Officials confirm the death of billionaire coal executive Chris Cline

Officials confirm the death of billionaire coal executive Chris Cline
July 7, 2019

Chris Cline, the billionaire coal executive and philanthropist, died Thursday, West Virginia officials stated. He was 60. West Virginia Gov. Jim Justice and Evan Jenkins, a justice on the state Supreme Court, both confirmed that Cline, the founder of Foresight Energy of St. Louis, one of many nation’s largest coal firms, had died Thursday. The Associated Press reported that Cline and six other folks were killed when their helicopter crashed…

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Google Urges For Official Web Crawler Status

Google Urges For Official Web Crawler Worth
July 2, 2019

One of many cornerstones of Google’s business (and really, the web at large) is the robots.txt file that websites use to exclude a few of their content from the search engine’s internet crawler, Googlebot. It minimizes pointless indexing and generally retains sensitive information under wraps. Google thinks its crawler tech can improve, although, and so it is shedding some of its secrecy. The company is open-sourcing the parsing program used to decode robots.txt n…

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