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Colton Haynes Officially Divorcing Jeff Leatham 2 Months After Celebrating Anniversary

Colton Haynes and Jeff Leatham are proceeding with their divorce. After nearly 7 months of trying to make their marriage work, the Arrow star and his estranged husband are officially parting ways, according to court documents obtained by ET. On Dec. 15, Leatham filed a preliminary declaration of disclosure in Los Angeles requesting Haynes hand over […]

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This government shutdown won’t sting

ADVERTISEMENT Sign Up for Our free email newsletters The bad news is that chances are very high the federal government will shut down on Friday. The good news is that this should have a minimal impact on the economy. And the weird news is that the good news is probably making the bad news more […]

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The U.S. national security strategy: One year later

The Trump administration’s National Security Strategy was the product of an intensely collaborative process upon which the president also had a “huge imprint,” according to the document’s lead author, Nadia Schadlow, who served as deputy national security adviser for Strategy until April. “If you look at the president’s speeches, both before he took office and […]

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Elon Musk unveils Boring Company’s first underground transit tunnel

(Reuters) — Billionaire entrepreneur Elon Musk made a brief public appearance late on Tuesday to unveil the first tunnel completed by the underground transit venture he launched two years ago as an ambitious remedy to Los Angeles’ infamously heavy traffic. But contrary to some of his own hype from several months ago, free rides were […]

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Vodafone, Huawei, Intel and friends form blockchain industry group

The European Telecommunications Standards Institute (ETSI) is getting into the blockchain game, having just set up a new “industry specific group” aimed at exploring the viability and potential of blockchain technologies for various industries. Founding members include Ericsson, Huawei, Intel, Telefónica, and Vodafone. These industry players will specifically examine the use of permissioned distributed ledgers, […]

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Michael Flynn hoped cooperating would keep him out of prison. Here’s why he may face five years.

Deanna Paul Reporter covering national and breaking news December 19 at 5:45 AM After months of cooperation and more than a dozen meetings, special counsel Robert S. Mueller III argued this month that Michael Flynn should receive no prison time for his substantial assistance in the Russia investigation. A veteran judge saw things differently. U.S. […]

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wooden split house in chile features separate volumes for kids and adults

designed by santiago-based hsu rudolphy arquitectos, the ‘split house’ is located on the bank of rupanco lake in chile. providing an incredible view of the water and volcano osorno, the wooden building features two separate volumes for kids and adults, connected by a gallery. as required by the client, all the spaces in the house feature a clear lake view […]

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The Mueller delusion

ADVERTISEMENT Sign Up for Our free email newsletters It’s December, and you know what that means. It’s Mueller time! Michael Flynn, the moderately distinguished ex-lieutenant general who served for all of 24 hours as Trump’s national security adviser and said some rude things on the campaign trail, narrowly avoided being sentenced to community service on […]

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Is a recession coming for Trump? You wish.

ADVERTISEMENT Sign Up for Our free email newsletters A tumbling stock market is not a recession. A slowing economy is not a recession. And a recession is not a depression. These are all things Democrats and NeverEverTrumpers everywhere should keep in mind as they envision a nasty economic downturn driving President Trump from the White […]

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The foreign language film that should beat Roma

ADVERTISEMENT Sign Up for Our free email newsletters There may be no stopping Roma. The Spanish-and-Mixtec-language film has been unbeatable since it won the Golden Lion at its premiere in Venice, collecting accolades through the fall and winter from local film critic circles. Now considered the frontrunner for the Academy Award for Best Picture, Roma […]

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