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The ‘Libertarian Tip’ Is Changing How People Pay For Meals

When we leave a tip at a restaurant after a meal, most of us probably assume that money goes directly into the pocket or our waiter or waitress.

Howard Stern Predicted Exactly How Trump’s First 100 Days Would Go

Donald Trump really seems to hate being president. Almost as much as people seem to hate him being president.

Barack Obama’s Pre-Michelle Brooklyn Bachelor Pad Can Be Yours For $4.3 Million

Barack Obama was in Brooklyn before it was cool to be in Brooklyn. About 25 years before, it would seem.

The Forgotten Story That Helped Spark the LA Riots

Twenty-five years ago, a Los Angeles jury acquitted four police officers who had brutally beaten a 47-year-old black man named Rodney King, sparking a city-wide rebellion that would last almost a week.

Caitlyn Jenner Said She Would Kick Donald Trump's Butt In Golf

Last night, transgender icon Caitlyn Jenner made an appearance on Late Night with Seth Meyers to discuss the one-year anniversary of her transition, her controversial endorsement of Donald Trump, and what she thinks about the president 100 days into his term.  When Meyers asked her if she would take the president up on a round of golf, Jenner said she thought it would be good for transgender rights, but felt that Trump’s actions were seen as “toxic” by the LGBTQ community.

Caitlyn Jenner Said She Would Kick Donald Trump's Butt In Golf

Last night, transgender icon Caitlyn Jenner made an appearance on Late Night with Seth Meyers to discuss the one-year anniversary of her transition, her controversial endorsement of Donald Trump, and what she thinks about the president 100 days into his term.  When Meyers asked her if she would take the president up on a round of golf, Jenner said she thought it would be good for transgender rights, but felt that Trump’s actions were seen as “toxic” by the LGBTQ community.

North Korea Releases Low-Budget Propaganda Video Of Missiles Hitting The White House And Aircraft Carriers

As tensions over North Korea continue to climb for all parties involved, the secretive state has released a bizarrely bombastic state-produced propaganda video.

North Korea Releases Low-Budget Propaganda Video Of Missiles Hitting The White House And Aircraft Carriers

As tensions over North Korea continue to climb for all parties involved, the secretive state has released a bizarrely bombastic state-produced propaganda video.

Chug These Trump-Inspired Cocktails To Celebrate Surviving The Past 100 Days

Today marks President Trump’s 100th day in office. No matter which side of the political aisle you find yourself on, you could probably use a drink right about now.

Make These Commemorative Cocktails To Celebrate Surviving 100 Days Of Trump

Today marks President Trump’s 100th day in office. No matter which side of the political aisle you find yourself on, you could probably use a drink right about now.

A Change To The App Will Now Allow You To Clearly See Your Rider Rating On Uber

A recent update to the Uber app will let you easily learn where you stand in the eyes of every Uber driver you’ve ever had. Now, when you see your profile on the app, your rating (as determined by the drivers you’ve used) will be right under your name.  The move comes as part of an effort to make customers more aware of their behavior, so that they’ll ultimately be better behaved while riding.  Previously, the user—assuming they even knew their rating was available for them to see—would had to have taken these steps:  Help > Account and payment > Account settings and ratings > I'd like to know my rating > Submit Not only was this method not intuitive, but it was so opaque that many just assumed that this information wasn’t available to them, resulting in what the company perceives as an “out of sight, out of mind” approach to their rating and mindful behavior.  Now, it looks like this, popping up as a star rating on your profile page:  While Uber’s had a turbulent run over the past 12 months—public outcry over rider behavior paled in comparison to that of executive acts and driver behavior—it’s possible that, since riders greatly outnumber drivers, Uber saw a bigger issue here than the public did.

A Change To The App Will Now Allow You To Clearly See Your Rider Rating On Uber

An update to the Uber app earlier this week will let you easily learn where you stand in the eyes of every Uber driver you’ve ever had. Now, when you see your profile on the app, your rating, as determined by the drivers you’ve used, will be sitting right under your name.  The move comes as part of an effort to make customers more aware of their behavior so that they’ll ultimately be more better-behaved while riding.  Previously, the user, assuming they even knew their rating was available for them to see would have to take these steps:  Help > Account and payment > Account settings and ratings > I'd like to know my rating > Submit Not only was this method not intuitive, but it was so opaque that many just assumed that this information wasn’t available to them, resulting in what the company perceives as an “out of sight, out of mind” approach to their rating and mindful behavior.  Now, it looks like this, popping up as a star rating on your profile page:  While Uber’s had a turbulent run over the past 12 months, public outcry over rider behavior paled in comparison to executive acts and driver behavior, but it’s possible that, since riders greatly outnumber drivers, Uber saw a bigger issue here than the public did.

Trump’s First 100 Days Explained In 100 Tweets

Typically, we evaluate a president’s first 100 days based on what they’ve accomplished. Historians and journalists began using the first 100 days as a tidy benchmark after Franklin D.

Our Exhaustive Analysis Of Trump’s First 100 Days— In 100 Tweets

Typically, we evaluate a president’s first 100 days based on what they’ve accomplished. Historians and journalists began using the first 100 days as a tidy benchmark after Franklin D.

16 Great* Things That Came Out Of Trump’s First 100 Days

Let’s get one thing clear before we dive into this list: We are in no way suggesting Donald Trump’s presidency is a *great—or even remotely good—thing.  But there is a positive outcome, relatively speaking, to his administration’s hateful, sloppy, reckless, and menacing policies: Millions of American citizens have snapped into action like never before.

18 Great* Things That Came Out Of Trump’s First 100 Days

Let’s get one thing clear before we dive into this list: we are in no way suggesting Donald Trump’s presidency is a great, or even remotely good thing.  But there is a positive outcome, relatively speaking, to his administration’s hateful, sloppy, reckless, and menacing policies: millions of American citizens have snapped into action like never before.

Michelle Obama Says She Won’t Ever Run For Office

Michelle Obama just gave her first speech since stepping down as first lady. And with polls showing she remains an incredibly popular figure, some were hoping she’d use the stage to announce her own foray into politics.

Heineken Created The Ad Pepsi Wishes It Had

Remember when Pepsi created the most tone-deaf ad of all time? Yeah, so does Heineken. Last week, the beer company released an ad that seems to wink at Pepsi’s weak attempt to seem relevant, while also making a case for its own relevancy in these divisive times.

Trump’s ‘Criminal Alien’ Help Line Trolled With Reports Of Extraterrestrial Activity

Donald Trump’s original political sin was a speech where he called Mexicans “rapists” and criminals, setting the scene for a presidential campaign based on ethnic resentment.

MLB’s First African-Born Player Made His Debut Last Night

When the Pittsburgh Pirates called up Gift Ngoepe from the minors this week to join the big league club for the first time, he had a fan club half a world away eagerly awaiting his debut.


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