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He created Miami's most famous clothing company. Now he wants it back.

It sounds like the plot of a telenovela, complete with a Steve Jobs-like twist. The immigrant son of parents who themselves had immigrated from Eastern Europe to Cuba, George Feldenkreis arrived in the U.S. in 1961...
'18May
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Commentary: ‘Cubs of the caliphate’ without choice, why the use of women and children raises the stakes in the fight against terrorism

SINGAPORE: In Southeast Asia, families including women and children departed for Syria to join the terrorist group the Islamic State (IS) after its declaration of a caliphate in 2014. IS called the children “cubs...
'18May
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Phone-tracking firm had bug that let anyone track millions of Americans - CNET

It seems LocationSmart's phone-tracking feature isn't smart with security or privacy.The cell phone tracking firm, which CNET sister site ZDNet discovered was providing location data using "direct connections" to...
'18May
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The sadness of living without sex

Last week we published the story of "Joseph", a 60-year-old man who wrote about his regret at missing out on sexual experiences until the age of 37. Many readers wrote to say that his story struck a chord with them...
'18May
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Kushies says it takes ‘infant safety very seriously’ after products identified in toxic chemicals study

By Vjosa IsaiStaff ReporterThu., May 17, 2018Kushies, an Ontario-based baby supply company, said it will be taking “proactive steps” to test its products after confirming that two of its bibs were part of a recent...
'18May
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BANNED LAWYER REPORTS CJ TO HUMAN RIGHTS COMMISSION

MBABANE – Senior lawyer Siboniso Clement Dlamini, who has been debarred from appearing in all courts in the country, has reported the chief justice to the Human Rights Commission.Chief Justice (CJ) Bheki Maphalala...
'18May
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Trump seeks to placate North Korea's Kim over uncertain summit

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. President Donald Trump sought on Thursday to placate North Korea’s leader Kim Jong Un after Pyongyang threatened to scrap an unprecedented summit, saying Kim’s security would be...
'18May
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Coal State Lawmakers Fighting For Retired Miners [VIDEO]

A bi-partisan group of lawmakers are pushing for a solution to a looming pension crisis that could hit thousands of retired coal workers nationwide.Not even miners who clocked out years ago can escape the...
'18May
18

Salt Lake County District Attorney joins national effort to reduce the number of people on probation

The Salt Lake County District Attorney has joined prosecutors across the nation in advocating for reducing the number of people on probation and parole in the United States. Noting a growing trend of Americans...
'18May
18

Lowest US birth rate in 3 decades could pose risk to economy

Washington • Women in the United States gave birth last year at the lowest rate in 30 years, a trend that could weigh on economic growth in the coming decades. The Center for Disease Control and Prevention’s...

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