JOHN WICK 3 PARABELLUM: New Trailer Asks, All This For What? Because of a Puppy?

Another quick question. How many knives does it take to kill a man? This new trailer for John Wick 3 Parabellum aims to answer that question. Dear sweet baby whomever. This new trailer for Parabellum

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Fyre Fest Scammers Jerry Media and FuckJerry Sued for Stealing a Meme—And It’s Not the First Time

FuckJerry’s long con might finally be catching up to them. The controversial meme account, created by Elliot Tebele in 2011, culls the internet and curates memes for its over 14 million Instagram followers. This ethically

Why Africa Continues to Lag Behind in Cryptocurrency Adoption

Africa continues to dominate Google Trends search interest for “bitcoin,” but that has not translated into widespread adoption of cryptocurrency by users and businesses. Apart from opaque regulation and a lack of awareness, one of

Chemo underdosing bungle could have been avoided, inquest finds

An inquest into the deaths of four cancer patients finds a chemotherapy underdosing bungle could have been avoided if protocols in place at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital had been adopted at Flinders Medical Centre and the Royal Adelaide Hospital.

MoviePass co-founder wants to trade movie tickets for your soul

CONSUME.Image: Spencer Whalen / getty By Jack Morse2019-03-21 18:20:31 -0700 Whatever you do, don’t look away. Stacey Spikes, the co-founder of the ongoing psychological experiment known as MoviePass, has a new offer he’s sure you

Nationwide prayers mark one week since Christchurch terror attack

A Call to Prayer won’t be answered by 50 people slain in two New Zealand mosques a week ago but it will be heard around the world. Families and the community have returned to the

Your Facebook Password Isn’t Safe. Neither Is Your Android Phone

Tech news you can use, in two minutes or less: Change your Facebook password Facebook acknowledged a bug that caused hundreds of millions of user passwords (dating back to 2012) for both Facebook and Instagram

Vox Sentences: Should Harvard profit from photos of slavery?

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The Atlantic Daily: Independence Day (Postponed)

What We’re Following President Donald Trump signed an executive order on Thursday directing colleges to promote free speech on campus. The administration has, for years, sought to take action on campus speech, motivated by the

EU grants U.K. short Brexit delay

The United Kingdom won’t crash out of the EU on Brexit day, March 29. The European Council has given the U.K. a short Brexit extension to April 12, at which point they expect to see

How the world’s longest-serving leaders keep power, and hand it over

The only president Kazakhstan has known since independence is stepping aside, though not really down. Data: Axios research; Chart: Chris Canipe/Axios Nursultan Nazarbayev carved out a powerful position for himself, set in motion a transition

An Epidemic and Its Victims: Doctors Face Two Enemies in Fight Against Ebola

The second-largest outbreak of Ebola in history is ravaging the Democratic Republic of Congo. But as humanitarian organizations and the Congolese government struggle to fight the virus, they find themselves thwarted by the very people they are trying to help.

Gabon’s Ali Bongo set for return after long illness abroad

President convalescing in Morocco will return this weekend for third time since suffering a stroke five months ago.

Everipedia Culture Roundup #11: Yoked and Smoked

An egg yoke symbolizing an explosive week for the Everipedia Culture Roundup Sometimes, you have to take a step back to appreciate that we live in a time where you can relate to an event that

Money-losing companies that went public in 2018 did better than profitable ones

Public investors are doing something counterintuitive: They’re valuing unprofitable companies higher than they are profitable ones that entered public stock exchanges last year. Those are the findings from a new PitchBook report on the stock

HoneyBook, a client management platform for creative businesses, raises $28M Series C led by Citi Ventures

HoneyBook, a customer-relationship management platform aimed at small businesses in creative fields, announced today it has raised a $28 million Series C led by Citi Ventures. All of its existing investors, including Norwest Venture Partners, Aleph, Vintage Investment Partners and Hillsven Capital, also returned for the round. Citi is a strategic partner for HoneyBook and […]

Foreign Correspondent: How the Media Distort News from Venezuela

Whenever officials in Washington, D.C. set out to overthrow a foreign government, mainstream U.S. media outlets are there to give a helping hand. All pretense of fairness and balance disappear in favor of outrageous distortion.

Jay Inslee fills out more details on his climate position for his presidential candidacy

Washington State Gov. Jay Inslee, who is running a climate-focused White House campaign, is sharing more of his thinking about his platform and approach as the Democratic primary race heats up. Why it matters: The

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