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The New York Times' Paul Krugman wonders where people with tattoos work


Economist Paul Krugman published a blog post in The New York Times that consisted primarily of him wondering where, exactly, people with tattoos work, a musing that came about while he "crowd-watched" at a few concerts in Brooklyn.

The New York Times wonders where people with tattoos work


Economist Paul Krugman published a blog post in The New York Times that consisted primarily of him wondering where, exactly, people with tattoos work, a musing that came about while he "crowd-watched" at a few concerts in Brooklyn.

Boston is out of the running to host the 2024 Olympics


The U.S. Olympic Committee will no longer try and bring the 2024 Games to Boston, Massachusetts Gov. Charlie Baker announced Monday.

Boston is out of the running to host the 2024 Olympics


The U.S. Olympic Committee will no longer try and bring the 2024 Games to Boston, Massachusetts Gov. Charlie Baker announced Monday.

Boston is reportedly out of the running to host the 2024 Olympics


The U.S. Olympic Committee will no longer try and bring the 2024 Games to Boston, anonymous sources told both The Associated Press and The Boston Globe on Monday.

The New York Times' public editor says the paper's Clinton-DOJ story was a 'mess'


On Friday morning, The New York Times published a story alleging that the Department of Justice was pursuing a "criminal inquiry" into Hillary Clinton's use of a personal email account during her tenure as secretary of state.

The New York Times' public editor says the paper's Clinton story was a 'mess'


On Friday morning, The New York Times published a story alleging that the Department of Justice was pursuing a "criminal inquiry" into Hillary Clinton's use of a personal email account during her tenure as secretary of state.

Many doctors are failing to give new moms life-saving advice, survey shows


Mothers aren't necessarily getting the advice they need from doctors when it comes to caring for newborns, according to a Pediatrics survey released Monday, funded by the National Institutes of Health released Monday.

Many doctors are failing to give new moms life-saving advice, survey shows


Mothers aren't necessarily getting the advice they need from doctors when it comes to caring for newborns, according to a Pediatrics survey released Monday, funded by the National Institutes of Health released Monday.

Disney CEO says ESPN to eventually become online only


There could be big changes coming to how Americans watch their sports. Bob Iger, the CEO of Walt Disney — the parent company of ESPN — told CNBC's Squawk Box that he sees ESPN becoming an online-only channel sold directly to customers, à la HBO Now.

Disney CEO says ESPN to eventually become online only


There could be big changes coming to how Americans watch their sports. Bob Iger, the CEO of Walt Disney — the parent company of ESPN — told CNBC's Squawk Box that he sees ESPN becoming an online-only channel sold directly to customers, à la HBO.

Champion female sprinter wins right to compete with high testosterone level in landmark case


The final appeals court for global sports ruled champion Indian sprinter Dutee Chand must be allowed to compete, despite her testosterone level testing in the range of men's.

Champion female sprinter wins right to compete with high testosterone level in landmark case


The final appeals court for global sports ruled champion Indian sprinter Dutee Chand must be allowed to compete, despite her testosterone level testing in the range of men's.

Obama pushes African leaders for peace in South Sudan


President Obama called on African leaders Monday to keep South Sudan from collapsing amidst the country's civil war, The Associated Press reports.

Obama pushes African leaders for peace in South Sudan


President Obama called on African leaders Monday to keep South Sudan from collapsing during their civil war, The Associated Press reports.

This new KFC fried chicken bucket also prints photos, so you can cherish your greasy memories forever


KFC is going hard to celebrate 60 years of shoving greasy fried chicken down the throats of innocent Canadians.

Move over, umami: Scientists may have discovered a sixth taste


For a long time, scientists thought that humans had only four basic tastes: sweet, sour, salty, and bitter.

This smart bike is designed to keep you from getting hit by a car


There's a new bike in town that promises to take the guesswork out of commuting. Brooklyness CEO Manuel Saez says his company's new smart e-bike, called the CMYK 4.0, can reroute you from closed roads and even keep you out of intersections where you're more likely to be hit by a car.

Move over, umami: Scientists may have discovered a sixth taste


For a long time, scientists thought that humans had only four basic tastes: sweet, sour, salty, and bitter.

This smart bike is designed to keep you from getting hit by a car


There's a new bike in town that promises to take the guesswork out of commuting. Brooklyness CEO Manuel Saez says his company's new smart e-bike, called the CMYK 4.0, can reroute you from closed roads and even keep you out of intersections where you're more likely to be hit by a car.


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