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News 2021-05-22T14:05:03Z
Princess Latifa

New photo suggests Princess Latifa is alive. This is the first sighting of the Dubai princess since videos emerged of her claiming she was being held hostage.

Princess Latifa, daughter of Dubai's ruler Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid al-Maktoum, had claimed she was a hostage against her will in a "villa prison."
News 2021-05-22T10:19:18Z
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Bill Gates hoped his friendship with sex offender Jeffrey Epstein would help him win the Nobel Peace Prize, report says

The Nobel Peace Prize "is what Bill wants more than anything else in the world," one former Gates Foundation employee told the DailyBeast.
International 2021-05-22T08:17:44Z
Randa Aweis being interviewed by Fox News

Kidney of a Jewish father killed by an anti-Israel mob donated by his family to an Arab woman from Jerusalem

Arab Randa Aweis' kidney transplant from Yigal Yehoshua, a Jew killed in Lod, is a 'symbol of hope' in the Israel-Palestine conflict, say doctors.
News 2021-05-22T09:30:00Z
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News 2021-05-22T11:08:15Z
A shinkansen bullet train conductor

The driver of a speeding Japanese bullet train left the cockpit for an urgent toilet break due to a stomach ache

The driver left an unqualified conductor in charge for three minutes, as the train traveled at 90 mph carrying 160 passengers on board.
Science 2021-05-22T11:02:20Z
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NASA has captured an aerial shot of the Curiosity rover scaling Mont Mercou on Mars

A shot of Curiosity was captured on a terrene known as Mont Mercou, which sits on the northern fringe of Mount Sharp, near the center of Gale crater.
Tech 2021-05-22T08:30:00Z

SpaceX is causing a rift between Brownsville residents. Some say it's shattering the lives of locals but others are welcoming the economic boom it's created.

Brownsville residents are excited for Elon Musk to pump money into the city, but some are concerned SpaceX will displace locals and destroy wildlife.
Science 2021-05-22T10:00:00Z
Indians wait in line to refill oxygen cylinders for COVID-19 patients

Experts say it's too convenient for politicians to blame COVID-19 outbreaks on variants — we have the tools fight them, we just need to use them

The current variants may help the coronavirus spread better, but the virus hasn't changed enough to render our disease-fighting playbook ineffective.
Sports 2021-05-22T09:05:00Z
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Rafael Nadal broke down the opponents he believes can halt his quest for a 14th French Open, including an in-form Norwegian 22-year-old

"I really believe that there are plenty of players that are doing well," Nadal told Insider. "There is a lot of great players that are in good shape."
Sports 2021-05-21T21:48:53Z

Pioneering women's MMA fighter Cris Cyborg is happy in Bellator, defending her title at Bellator 259

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News 2021-05-22T20:08:31Z

Tucker Carlson invited a 'poultry enthusiast' onto Fox News to ridicule CDC guidelines about not kissing chickens amid a salmonella outbreak

Tucker Carlson hosted a Fox News segment ridiculing CDC guidelines after it warned people not to kiss or snuggle poultry during a salmonella outbreak.
Politics 2021-05-22T20:06:49Z

CNN ends contract with Rick Santorum after dismissive comments about Native Americans

Santorum caused anger after dismissing the role of Native Americans in history, saying that there was "nothing" in America before colonizers arrived.
Media 2021-05-22T19:30:46Z

A young journalist who was fired from the Associated Press after pro-Palestine activism and social media posts resurfaced says the outlet made her a 'scapegoat'

Emily Wilder said the AP had been aware of her "activism for Palestinian human rights" while she was a student at Stanford University.
Healthcare 2021-05-22T19:00:00Z

Amazon's Leap Into Healthcare

In the Amazon's Leap Into Healthcare report, Business Insider Intelligence details how the tech giant is making waves in the healthcare sector.
Politics 2021-05-22T18:42:17Z

Democratic senators appear to resist calling on Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer to retire: 'That's up to him'

Democrats face a court with a 6-3 conservative majority, with abortion rights and gun laws on the line in a highly polarized political environment.
Science 2021-05-22T18:07:23Z

Scientists shot tardigrades out of a gun at more than 2,000 mph to see if the critters could survive

A spacecraft carrying tardigrades crash landed on the moon in 2019. In a new study, scientists set out to test whether the creatures survived.
Finance 2021-05-22T17:01:00Z

These 3 Canadian banks offer the most in-demand emerging mobile features

The Canadian banks offering the most desirable mobile features in 2021 are RBC, TD Canada, and BMO, according to Insider Intelligence.
Personal Finance 2021-05-22T16:17:00Z

6 savings accounts that make it easy to save for different goals, like an emergency fund or travel

Ally, Betterment, Capital One 360, Navy Federal, Sallie Mae, and Wealthfront make it simple to name savings goals and put money toward each one.
Insider Intelligence 2021-05-22T16:05:00Z

Get the latest news, data, highlights, and analysis from the Insider Intelligence research team - FREE

The Insider Intelligence Daily is a free newsletter providing analytical insight and data-driven research on the trends driving industries.
Politics 2021-05-22T16:04:09Z

Kamala Harris reportedly 'tracks' reporters who don't 'appreciate her life experience': The Atlantic

The Atlantic reported that requests for the vice president to answer questions after events are often "treated as an act of impish aggression."
Healthcare 2021-05-20T17:22:15Z

Anthony Fauci said he thinks universities, cruise ships, and airlines will require proof of COVID-19 vaccines before letting people in

Fauci, chief medical advisor to the president, said airlines and cruises will likely require customers to show proof of getting a COVID-19 vaccine.
Premium Tech 2021-05-20T15:44:54Z

Index Ventures' Sarah Cannon explains why more startups should consider direct listings when going public

Index Ventures' Sarah Cannon says direct listings pay off faster for startup employees and save time for founders.
Transportation 2021-05-20T14:29:42Z

Ford says it has racked up 20,000 F-150 Lightning reservations hours after the electric pickup's debut

Revealed on Wednesday night, the F-150 Lightning sports up to 300 miles of range, 775 pound-feet of torque, and an attractive base MSRP under $40,000.
Premium Finance 2021-05-20T15:13:47Z

Andy Saperstein, who made Morgan Stanley's wealth unit a cornerstone of the bank, is in the running to replace James Gorman. Here's the memo with all the details.

Morgan Stanley unveiled sweeping leadership changes on Thursday, underlining the growth of its wealth and investment management arm over the years.
Premium Small Business 2021-05-20T19:04:27Z

Small business owners are offering perks like backup childcare and financial planning to lure workers in today's difficult labor market

Forty-four percent of small business owners said in April that they had jobs they couldn't fill. They're turning to new benefits to attract workers.
Tech 2021-05-19T14:05:16Z

The hackers who shut down Colonial Pipeline brought in over $90 million in bitcoin ransoms while in operation

DarkSide, which forced a shutdown of the Colonial Pipeline, has collected 47 ransoms since October, according to new research.
Finance 2021-05-22T16:00:59Z

Bitcoin Pizza Day is being marked by crypto fans, who are grabbing a slice as a tribute to famed bitcoin trader Laszlo Hanyecz

In honor of a 2010 pizza purchase by Laszlo Hanyecz, the date is now celebrated by observers around the world
News 2021-05-22T15:56:11Z

US seizes $90,000 from insurrectionist who sold footage of Ashli Babbitt's fatal shooting to news outlets

John Earle Sullivan, who claimed to be at the Capitol riot as a "documentarian," sold footage of Ashli Babbitt's fatal shooting to news outlets.
Retail 2021-05-22T15:48:42Z

Papa John's is giving away 10,000 slices of pizza to celebrate Bitcoin Pizza Day. The fast-food chain explained the reason behind the giveaway.

Bitcoin Pizza Day's origins trace back to a purchase of Papa John's pizza made by Laszlo Hanyecz. The chain wanted to celebrate its connection to the story.
News 2021-05-22T15:31:23Z

A Chinese-American civil rights group is suing Trump for $22.9m for calling COVID-19 the 'China Virus' and 'Kung Flu'. That's $1 for each Asian American and Pacific Islander living in the US.

The Chinese American Civil Rights Coalition is suing Trump for defamation and infliction of emotional distress on Asian Americans.
Opinion 2021-05-22T14:19:00Z

Noncompetes and no-poach agreements have destroyed opportunities for tens of millions of American workers. Here's how one state attorney general fought back..

State Attorney General Bob Ferguson says noncompetes help stifle competition and allow employers to keep wages low by limiting workers' job options.
Politics 2021-05-22T14:18:21Z

Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp is urging schools to stop teaching critical race theory, calling it a 'dangerous ideology'

"This divisive, anti-American agenda has no place in Georgia classrooms," Kemp said about critical race theory.
Media 2021-05-22T14:00:00Z

Get a sneak peek into the most trusted social media platforms of 2020

Get a peek into our Digital Trust Rankings by downloading a FREE preview of our 2020 Digital Trust Enterprise Edge Report!
Politics 2021-05-22T13:51:02Z

Marco Rubio slams the proposed January 6 commission as 'a partisan joke' that's 'about damaging Republicans'

Legislation for a bipartisan commission to probe the deadly January 6 insurrection, is currently "designed" to hurt Republicans, Rubio said.
Personal Finance 2021-05-22T13:30:00Z

How a 28-year-old single mom turned her $1,200 stimulus check into a $1.3 million business

Ellie Diop, AKA "Ellie Talks Money," used her stimulus check to fund startup costs for her coaching business. She's since generated over $1 million.
Politics 2021-05-22T13:21:21Z

Biden says it's 'simply wrong' to allow the DOJ to seize phone records and emails from reporters

Biden condemned reports saying the Justice Department covertly obtained email and phone records from Washington Post and CNN journalists.
Retail 2021-05-20T19:03:26Z

A surge in cardboard demand is causing a supply squeeze for box makers amid the online-shopping boom

The spike in online shopping during the pandemic has resulted in unprecedented demand for corrugated cardboard.
Premium Transportation 2021-05-20T15:30:44Z

Exclusive: Miami's mayor reveals the latest timeline from ongoing tunnel conversations with Elon Musk's Boring Company

Elon Musk proposed a tunnel for electric vehicles under the Brickell Avenue drawbridge, which regularly causes gridlock traffic in Miami.
Premium Healthcare 2021-05-20T15:30:45Z

How to win the attention of a top biotech VC fund that just raised $515 million and rejects 98% of startups

Perceptive Advisors has assessed more than 2,000 pitches in the last four years. Its portfolio manager tells Insider his do's and don'ts for selling your startup.
Premium Retail 2021-05-21T16:14:46Z

An eBay exec explains why NFTs are the natural next step in winning over the next generation of collectors, even as the once-blazing market cools down

The NFT market has showed initial signs of slowing down. But eBay is still betting on a bright future for digital collectibles on its platform.
Markets 2021-05-20T13:47:50Z

The hedge fund that lost more than 50% in a single month betting against GameStop closed out of its public short positions in the 1st quarter

Melvin Capital sold all its publicly listed put options in the first three months of the year, including GameStop and AMC.
Tech 2021-05-22T13:05:00Z

These green tech companies are planning to capitalize on President Biden's infrastructure plan — here's how

Virgin Hyperloop has been building faster, cleaner, and more energy-efficient trains since 2014, and Biden's plan could put the trains across the US.
Transportation 2021-05-22T13:04:11Z

The founder of JetBlue is finally launching his new airline this month with 39 routes and $39 fares — but it won't be JetBlue 2.0

Breeze Airways will have some of the comforts that JetBlue is famous for but customers can expect to pay extra for bags and seat assignments.
Economy 2021-05-22T13:04:00Z

Survivors of domestic violence call on the IRS to recognize financial abuse and help them combat it

Domestic violence survivors have endured exacerbated states of financial abuse during the pandemic, with abusers pocketing stimulus checks and potentially child tax credits.
Opinion 2021-05-22T13:04:00Z

Britain's photo ID system undermines the democracy it is trying to preserve

The Queen has announced that UK citizens will need photo ID to vote. This law will end up hurting low-income, marginalized voters.
Tech 2021-05-22T13:02:49Z

Melinda Gates' divorce lawyer has joined a bitter legal battle between Connecticut's state senator and her Morgan Stanley exec husband

Robert Cohen has been signed up by Sen. Alex Kasser in her divorce battle. He continues to represent Melinda Gates, who recently split from Bill Gates.
Premium Retail 2021-05-22T13:00:00Z

A weird combination of factors, including a lack of CO2, contributed to a year-long SodaStream shortage, where customers scrambled to stock up on canisters

Owners of the sparkling-water device were limited in their purchases. Many turned to Reddit for answers — we asked experts what happened.
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