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Twitter is thinking about a ‘edit’ button for tweets

Those who use Twitter know the irritation of not having an option to edit the tweets. Well, it personally happens... Read more.

A giant wave of store closures is about to hit the US

Nicholas Eckhart Rolling Acres Mall in Akron, Ohio. Retailers are bracing for a fresh wave of store closures at the... Read more.

Here’s what it’s like to live with a supercar in San Francisco

Bryan Logan/Business Insider 2017 Audi R8 V-10 Plus. Few things are better than the visceral enjoyment of driving a supercar.... Read more.


Plane Makes Emergency Landing After Hitting a Bird

A plane was forced to make an emergency landing after it hit a bird, minutes after it had taken off.... Read more.


Tony Romo will play for the Dallas Cowboys on Sunday

Tom Pennington/Getty Images The Dallas Cowboys have apparently reversed course and have now decided that Tony Romo will play on... Read more.


Russia is already retaliating against new US sanctions over cyberattacks

Chung Sung-Jun / Getty Vladimir Putin stands in front of a statue of Russia’s greatest poet, Alexander Pushkin. Russia is... Read more.


Dartmouth College’s Neighbors are Worried of Pollution from Pile of Dead Mice

People who live around the Dartmouth College Campus, have been suffering from several health issues because of the pollution created... Read more.


Here come initial jobless claims …

Spencer Platt/Getty The Department of Labor will publish its weekly report on initial jobless claims at 8:30 a.m. ET.  Economists... Read more.

The White House throws cold water on Trump’s suggestion that Obama is muddling the transition to power

AP Photo/Matt Rourke Donald Trump during a lunch stop in South Carolina in February. President Barack Obama and President-elect Donald... Read more.


Teen Hacker Claims of Hacking Russian Visa Informations

A teen hacker, who recently has a talk with The Daily Caller, in which he claimed of hacking information of... Read more.