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Carmelo Anthony is going to take the money. Who could have seen that coming?
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The DOJ has turned over additional FISA records to Republicans, and former intelligence officials say the implications could be 'catastrophic'
The Department of Justice has turned over additional surveillance records of President Donald Trump's associates that were collected under the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act (FISA) to House Republicans, according to two congressional sources with direct knowledge of the matter. The surveillance was conducted as part of the department's Russia-related investigation, which is examining whether members of the Trump campaign colluded with Moscow to tilt the 2016 presidential election in his favor. The news was first reported by CNN, which said the DOJ also provided lawmakers with other FBI records related to the Russia probe and the investigation into Hillary Clinton's use of a private email
DEAR AMY: A work friend was getting married, and she decided to have her wedding in Las Vegas. I was not able to attend the wedding, but I made her bridal veil and participated in a group gift from work friends. Afterward, she sent a group email at work, thanking all of her “true friends” that “bothered to come to the wedding.” I received no thank you for making the veil. I am hurt and feel like confronting her, but I’m not sure what to do. Jilted friend DEAR JILTED: You are right, and the bride is wrong; wedding etiquette (and general decency) states that the bride and groom should send a thank-you note for any gift they receive. That includes a veil. However, I don’t think you should hold your
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This insane golden chamber contains water so pure it can dissolve metal, and is helping scientists detect dying stars
Hidden 1,000 metres under Mount Ikeno in Japan is a place that looks like a supervillain's dream. Super-Kamiokande (or "Super-K" as it's sometimes referred to) is a neutrino detector. Neutrinos are sub-atomic particles which travel through space and pass through solid matter as though it were air. Studying these particles is helping scientists detect dying stars and learn more about the universe. Business Insider spoke to three scientists about how the giant gold chamber works - and the dangers of conducting experiments inside it. Seeing the sub-atomic world Neutrinos can be very hard to detect, so much so that Neil deGrasse dubbed them "the most elusive prey in the cosmos." In this video, he