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Fyre Festival: When A $12,000 Luxury Festival In A Caribbean Paradise Turns Into Chaos

If you turned up at the Fyre Festival wooed by its ads -- and many, many fans did -- you'd think you were in for a weekend of top-notch acts playing for your entertainment, as models in bikinis paraded around and private jets and yachts ferried you to and from the beautiful Caribbean paradise. Everything any good millennial needs for a strong Instagram post. If you turned up at the Fyre Festival wooed by its ads -- and many, many fans did -- you'd think you were in for a weekend of top-notch acts playing for your entertainment, as models in bikinis paraded around and private jets and yachts ferried you to and from the beautiful Caribbean paradise. Everything any good millennial needs for a strong Instagram post.

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LA Riots Previewed Age Of Viral Video

It's been 25 years since the Los Angeles riots, an event already marked by numerous TV specials, with more to come. Yet one relatively under-covered aspect of the unrest is the role TV and video played -- and the jarring realization, played out in multiple cases since, that seeing wasn't always believing.

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Trump Says He Would Consult With China's Xi Before Speaking To Taiwan

US President Donald Trump has said that he would want to consult with Chinese President Xi Jinping before speaking to Taiwan's leader.

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Stockholm Terror Attack Claims 5th Victim

"A woman around 60 years old, who has undergone treatment at a hospital in the south of Sweden for injuries sustained in the terrorist attack on Drottninggatan, died on the morning of April 28," Swedish police said in a statement.

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100 Days In, Howard Stern Was 100% Right About Donald Trump

Donald Trump told Reuters in an interview this week that he misses the days before he was president.

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Google launches servers in Cuba to speed up YouTube and search

Google and the state-run telecom company Etecsa inked a deal in December to provide Cuban users access to the Google Global Cache (GGC). This network caches popular Google content -- like YouTube videos and Google searches -- for faster delivery to people's phones and computers.

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21,000 AT&T Wireless Workers Could Strike Monday

About 21,000 AT&T Wireless workers could walk off the job as soon as Monday.

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Sanders: Obama's Paid Wall Street Speech 'Distasteful'

Sen. Bernie Sanders believes former President Barack Obama's plan to receive $400,000 for speaking at a September Wall Street health conference is "distasteful," The Vermont Independent reported Friday.

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Books n Bros: African-American Boy Starts Book Club for Kids Like Him

Sidney Keys III has always loved to read. But at his school library, the 11-year-old noticed a void of books about kids like himself.

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Stem Cells Offer Hope for Autism

Dr. Joanne Kurtzberg shows off a freezer deep inside the bowels of the Carolinas Cord Blood Bank at Duke University Medical Center. Known as a thermogenesis freezer, it stores up to 3,640 units of cord blood -- left over from babies' umbilical cords and placenta -- at minus 196 degrees Celsius.

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Trump Calls for Dramatic Tax Cuts for Individuals and Businesses

The Trump administration has finally outlined its new tax proposal, which leans heavily on tax cuts. So far, President Trump wants to slash individual tax rates -- cutting the top rate from 39.6% to 35% -- and reduce the number of total rates from seven to three. He also wants to cut the top tax rate for all businesses to 15%, far below the current top rates.

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Government Shutdown Threat Appears Over, But Obamacare Fight Remains

The battle over a government shutdown appears to be over for now, with the push over paying for a border wall sidelined. But one key sticking points remains before a deal is finalized -- on health care, again.

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5 Things for Friday, April 28: North Korea, Trump, Pope Francis, DUI

It's a great Friday morning for Myles Garrett, who was the No. 1 pick in the NFL draft. Here's what else you need to know to Get Up to Speed and Out the Door.

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Kim Kardashian After Robbery: 'I'm such a different person'

Kim Kardashian-West believes she's a changed woman after being robbed at gunpoint in Paris last year.

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Runner: Having Narcolepsy Is Harder Than a Marathon

For years, Julie Flygare kept her condition private. She hadn't liked people's reactions on the occasions when she had opened up and shared her story. People thought it was a joke or not important.

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Johnny Depp Turns Up at Disneyland as Capt. Jack Sparrow (and fans lose it)

Johnny Depp surprised fans at Disneyland, by popping up on the "Pirates of the Caribbean" ride in his full Capt. Jack Sparrow costume.

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Officer in Tamir Rice shooting: 'We were basically sitting ducks'

Officer who shot Tamir Rice said he believed he and his partner were in "immediate danger"

Rice family's attorney said the interview shows "inconsistencies" in their version of events

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Cops use murdered woman's Fitbit to charge her husband

A masked intruder barged into his Connecticut home, he said, tied up and tortured him and -- when his wife came home -- shot and killed her.

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Trump likely to propose 15% tax rate for all businesses, not just corporations

A Trump administration official told CNN on Tuesday that Trump may propose a major tax cut for so-called "pass-through businesses" from 39.6% to 15%.

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Beyoncé's latest drop is four college scholarships

The pop star has announced four college scholarships in honor of the one-year anniversary of her "Lemonade" album.

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Has the presidency changed Trump?

Never mind that he loved the idea of what he would accomplish by this point during the campaign. ("Just think of what we can accomplish in the first 100 days," he told crowds.)

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Canada foreign minister on Trump tariffs: 'We're going to play hard'

Canadian leaders are pushing back after the Trump administration slapped 20% tariffs Monday night on Canadian lumber, along with individual tariffs on five specific firms that ranged from 3% to 24%.

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'Star Wars: Episode IX' gets summer 2019 release date

The film, which continues the saga started by 1977's "Star Wars," will open on May 24, 2019.

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Fight over Obamacare subsidies could cause government shutdown

Congress must pass a spending bill by the end of this week or the federal government will run out of money.

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Trump's first 100 days on the global stage

Trump entered office rejecting traditional foreign policy positions

The US can no longer afford to be the world's policeman, Trump declared during the campaign

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New home buyers will pay for that new Canadian lumber tariff

The Trump administration announced Monday plans to impose duties of up to 24% on most Canadian lumber, charging that lumber companies there are subsidized by the government. Canadian lumber makes up about 30% of the U.S. market.

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The US just lost a trade battle with Mexico

Mexico and the US have fought for years over tuna. The US insists that any Mexican tuna sold in the US must be "dolphin safe," meaning dolphins weren't killed by tuna fisherman, which was once common. Mexico says its fisherman play by the rules. The US government disagrees.

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Judge blocks part of Trump's sanctuary cities executive order

The judge sided with Santa Clara County, San Francisco and other jurisdictions

The ruling applied nationwide

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Caitlyn Jenner: 'I would seriously look at a run' for office

Caitlyn Jenner told an audience Tuesday night that she would consider running for public office during an interview promoting her new book.

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Outburst by angry Wells Fargo shareholder halts annual meeting

Outburst by angry Wells Fargo shareholder halts annual meeting

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Netflix finally finds a way into China

The company has signed a licensing deal with popular video streaming platform iQIYI, a subsidiary of Chinese search engine Baidu, Netflix spokeswoman Jessica Lee said Wednesday.

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Memphis High School’s Graduating Class Earns $80 Million in College Scholarships

Seniors at an almost-exclusively Black high school in Memphis, Tennessee, earned more than $80 million in university scholarship offers.

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The White House's Decision-making On Michael Flynn Is Troubling

We learned two important things on Tuesday in relation to the ongoing investigation into Russian attempts to meddle with the 2016 election:

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We the People: 100 Days in Trump's America

Emotions run high across America as voters reflect upon President Donald Trump's first 100 days. Well let's face it, emotions have been running high since at least Election Day, and rightly so, as this is the future of the country and everyone in it. But that's where the unity ends. Stop and listen to people and you'll hear some speak of pride, strength and passion. Others point to bigotry, fear and divisiveness. But not necessarily in the places you might think.

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'Dirty Dancing' Remake: First Look at Abigail Breslin as 'Baby'

Abigail Breslin looks like she's having the "time of her life" in the first look at ABC's "Dirty Dancing" remake.

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Caitlyn Jenner Doesn't Regret Voting for Trump Despite His LGBT 'mistakes'

Caitlyn Jenner may not like everything US President Donald Trump's administration has done so far -- especially when it comes to actions affecting transgender Americans like her.

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United Passenger David Dao Swung Fists Violently, Officers' Reports Say

The United Airlines passenger who was left bloodied and bruised after being forcibly removed from a flight earlier this month was swinging his arms, his hands balled into fists, as officers from the Chicago Department of Aviation tried to pull him out of his seat, according to incident reports from the officers involved.

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Officer in Tamir Rice Shooting: 'We were basically sitting ducks'

Two previously unseen video interviews with the police officers involved in 12-year-old Tamir Rice's death, recorded days after the shooting, provide new insight into their mindsets at the time. They also appear to be inconsistent with aspects of the officers' written testimony, an attorney for the Rice family said.

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Cops Use Murdered Woman's Fitbit to Charge Her Husband

The attack, as Richard Dabate described it to police, was horrific. A masked intruder barged into his Connecticut home, he said, tied up and tortured him and -- when his wife came home -- shot and killed her.

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Good Samaritan Returns Lost Money Order, Reaps Reward

Yesenia Del Valle was in a panic. One minute she was heading off to send a tax payment to the IRS.Y

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Tipster to Receive $10,000 Reward in Tennessee Teacher's Arrest

The man who said he helped police capture Tad Cummins, the Tennessee teacher accused of kidnapping a teenaged girl, will receive a $10,000 reward, according to the lawyer for her family.

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Muslim Teen Boxer Inspires Others to Never Give Up

For this teen passionate about boxing, her fight to go toe-to-toe with an opponent goes far beyond the ring. She's fighting for the right to compete in her hijab.

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An Artist Creates a Mural of Michelle Obama And Nobody's Happy

A new mural of former first lady Michelle Obama, painted on a building in the Chicago neighborhood where she lived as a child and remains popular, would seem like an innocuous project.

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5 Things for Wednesday, April 26: Sanctuary Cities, Russia, Obamacare

A new study says saturated fats don't clog arteries. So go ahead and fry up that bacon guilt-free while you catch up on the 5 things you need to know to Get Up to Speed and Out the Door.

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The White House's Decision-making On Michael Flynn Is Troubling

We learned two important things on Tuesday in relation to the ongoing investigation into Russian attempts to meddle with the 2016 election:

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Trump to review power to establish federal lands

A 1906 law gives the president power to set aside lands for federal protection

The review is related to the future of Bears Ears National Monument

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How Google plans to get a billion new users

The company announced Tuesday that it has enabled nine Indian languages to work on the new AI-enabled Google Translate.

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Cherokee Nation Sues Pharmacies, Drug Distributors Over Opioid Epidemic

The Cherokee Nation filed a lawsuit against pharmacies and drug distributors on Thursday, alleging that the companies have not done their part to curb the opioid epidemic that has gripped the tribal community.

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Dale Earnhardt Jr. to Retire at End of Season

NASCAR driver Dale Earnhardt Jr. is retiring at the end of the season, his team, Hendrick Motorsports, announced in a statement Tuesday.

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Boston Celtics' Isaiah Thomas: 'Mentally and emotionally I'm not here'

Isaiah Thomas' shoulders heaved. He sat on the Boston Celtics sideline at TD Garden, sobbing.

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