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How to minimize privacy risks from smart gadgets

Certain features on smart devices can be disabled or removed, helping to protect users' privacy
Source: How to minimize privacy risks from smart gadgets

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Facebook exec on rollout of political ad labels

Carolyn Everson says this is just one step Facebook is taking to protect the integrity of future elections
Source: Facebook exec on rollout of political ad labels

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Mysterious furry creature puzzles wildlife experts

The large, furry beast was shot dead on a Montana ranch and wildlife officials are still not 100 percent sure what it is
Source: Mysterious furry creature puzzles wildlife experts

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Amazon Echo records private conversation and sends to co-worker

Amazon is investigating after one of its Echo devices recorded a family's private conversation and sent it to a random contact. Gary Horcher of our Seattle affiliate KIRO-TV broke the story.
Source: Amazon Echo records private conversation and sends to co-worker

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US, Coalition Forces Used Cyberattacks to Hunt Down ISIS Command Posts

Friendly forces had located the enemy's primary command post in the area but couldn't find the enemy's alternate sites.

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Source: US, Coalition Forces Used Cyberattacks to Hunt Down ISIS Command Posts

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Geneology Feed / Jon Cryer: Ascension to a Legacy
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Jon Cryer: Ascension to a Legacy

Through an incredible journey, Jon Cryer discovered that his 9x great-grandfather, James Adams, came to America as an indentured servant. After a disastrous attempt to repel the English from his beloved Scotland, James Adams and other Scots were captured, shipped to Massachusetts against their will, and compelled into approximately 7 years of indentured service for Read MoreWeb Presence Consulting (#WPC) - Popular Tags
Source: Jon Cryer: Ascension to a Legacy

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Moms: Here’s Why It Might Be Time to Look for a Job with Flexibility

Moms typically work in a flexible environment all day long. Flexible for others, that is. Here's why a job with flexibility is great for moms.


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Moms typically work in a flexible environment all day long. Flexible for others, that is. Here's why a job with flexibility is great for moms.


The post Moms: Here’s Why It Might Be Time to Look for a Job with Flexibility appeared first on FlexJobs.


Source: Moms: Here’s Why It Might Be Time to Look for a Job with Flexibility

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Remote Adjunct Instructor Job Helps Woman Put Family First

Balancing career versus personal life can make for tough choices. If you're seeking better work-life fit, find out how Lindsey was able to find a remote adjunct instructor job and put family first.


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Balancing career versus personal life can make for tough choices. If you're seeking better work-life fit, find out how Lindsey was able to find a remote adjunct instructor job and put family first.


The post Remote Adjunct Instructor Job Helps Woman Put Family First appeared first on FlexJobs.


Source: Remote Adjunct Instructor Job Helps Woman Put Family First

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10 Great Entry-Level Jobs with Flexibility for New College Grads

As a new college grad, it can be tough to find entry-level jobs that offer flexibility. But all of these flexible positions are seeking out new college grads just like you.


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As a new college grad, it can be tough to find entry-level jobs that offer flexibility. But all of these flexible positions are seeking out new college grads just like you.


The post 10 Great Entry-Level Jobs with Flexibility for New College Grads appeared first on FlexJobs.


Source: 10 Great Entry-Level Jobs with Flexibility for New College Grads

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Subtropical Storm Alberto is first of 2018 hurricane season

Subtropical Storm Alberto is the first named tropical weather system of the 2018 hurricane season, the National Hurricane Center said in an advisory Friday. The storm was moving toward the Gulf of Mexico at 6 mph late Friday morning. Alberto had maximum sustained winds of 40 mph as of 11 a.m. ET. It was located 55 miles south of Cozumel, Mexico, and 195 miles southwest of Cuba.
Source: Subtropical Storm Alberto is first of 2018 hurricane season

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Ireland votes in abortion referendum

Citizens in Ireland are heading to the polls to vote on potential changes to the country's strict abortion laws. Abortion is currently banned in Ireland unless the pregnancy is a risk to the mother. CBS News foreign correspondent Jonathan Vigliotti joins CBSN to talk about what's at stake.
Source: Ireland votes in abortion referendum

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GDPR rolls out in Europe, giving people more control over their data

The European Union's General Data Protection Regulation, also known as the GDPR, goes into effect today. The regulation gives EU consumers more control over their personal data and how it is used. Michael Veale, a doctoral researcher at University College London, joined CBSN to explain the impact.
Source: GDPR rolls out in Europe, giving people more control over their data

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What to stream this Memorial Day weekend

TV Guide's features editor Krutika Mallikarjuna joins CBSN to talk about the best shows streaming this holiday weekend.
Source: What to stream this Memorial Day weekend

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Venezuelan immigrants, China's film industry & more

There's been a major surge in Venezuelans applying for asylum in the U.S. CBSN contributor and Signal newsletter writer for GZERO Media, Gabe Lipton, takes us through some of today's hard numbers defining our world.
Source: Venezuelan immigrants, China's film industry & more

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Trump and North Korea leave the door open to future summit

President Trump is praising North Korea's response to his cancelation of the summit. He says it's "very good news to receive the warm and productive statement" from the regime. CBSN contributor and Signal newsletter writer for GZERO Media, Gabe Lipton, explains the possible global implications.
Source: Trump and North Korea leave the door open to future summit

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Harvey Weinstein in custody on rape charges; what happens next?

Disgraced movie mogul Harvey Weinstein has surrendered to police in New York to face sex crime charges including rape. He continues to deny the allegations. CBS News legal analyst Rikki Klieman joined CBSN to explain what comes next for Weinstein.
Source: Harvey Weinstein in custody on rape charges; what happens next?

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"48 Hours: NCIS" sneak peek: A Sailor's Honor

When a young Navy officer vanished without a trace along with $8,600 from a supply ship during the Vietnam War, he was classified a deserter.  His sister believed he was murdered. Can NCIS agents solve a nearly four decades old cold case? Watch Tuesday, May 29 at 10 p.m. ET/PT on CBS.
Source: "48 Hours: NCIS" sneak peek: A Sailor's Honor

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Police give update after shooting at Indiana school

Noblesville police and Indiana State Police give an update following a shooting that left a teacher and student injured at a Noblesville, Indiana, middle school Friday morning.
Source: Police give update after shooting at Indiana school

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Trump tells Naval Academy grads cynics are trying to tear down America

President Trump, in a speech that largely stuck to the script, told graduates of the Naval Academy in Annapolis, Maryland, that some will try to tear down America, but America is strong.
Source: Trump tells Naval Academy grads cynics are trying to tear down America

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After canceling North Korea summit, Trump says it "could even be the 12th"

The president said the U.S. is talking to North Korea, after he canceled the summit on Thursday.
Source: After canceling North Korea summit, Trump says it "could even be the 12th"

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Trump and North Korea weigh next steps after scrapping summit

The future of diplomatic relations between the U.S. and North Korea is unclear after President Trump scrapped plans for a June summit. But he says a future meeting could still happen. Dr. Jung Pak, a senior fellow of foreign policy at the Center for East Asia Policy Studies, joins CBSN to break down the latest.
Source: Trump and North Korea weigh next steps after scrapping summit

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Alexi Lubomirski on how he got the queen to smile in royal wedding photo

Alexi Lubomirski took the official wedding portraits of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle last Saturday. The acclaimed fashion photographer joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss how he got Queen Elizabeth to smile in the official royal family wedding portrait and why he was so relieved after the short session.
Source: Alexi Lubomirski on how he got the queen to smile in royal wedding photo

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Facebook exec on rollout of political ad labels

Facebook is making big changes in how you see political ads on its platform. The social media giant came under fire for its lack of transparency after Russians allegedly used Facebook ads to meddle in the 2016 presidential election. Now all political ads on Facebook and its subsidiary Instagram will be labeled that way. Clicking on the label will show who paid for the ad. Facebook's vice president of global marketing solutions, Carolyn Everson, joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss the new features.
Source: Facebook exec on rollout of political ad labels

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Air Force elite surgical team's "outside-the-wire medicine"

In our series, Profiles in Service, we highlight people who dedicate their lives to helping others, often at great risk to themselves. An estimated 26,000 American troops are deployed in Iraq, Afghanistan and Syria. If they're wounded in action, their survival rate is now about 90 percent – the highest it's ever been in combat. At Hurlburt Field, outside Pensacola, Florida, Tony Dokoupil met an elite Air Force surgical team partly responsible for that remarkable record.
Source: Air Force elite surgical team's "outside-the-wire medicine"

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5 privacy rights Europeans have that Americans don't

With a bold new law kicking in Friday, EU citizens now enjoy data protections sorely lacking this side of the Atlantic
Source: 5 privacy rights Europeans have that Americans don't

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Facebook: Send us your naked photos to stop revenge porn

Facebook is expanding its fight against revenge porn
Source: Facebook: Send us your naked photos to stop revenge porn

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Players and owners react to NFL's new national anthem policy

NFL players and team owners are reacting to a new policy that would require them to stand while on the sideline, or stay in the locker room, during the playing of the national anthem. Jamal Murphy, an attorney and CBS Local sports columnist, joins CBSN to discuss the latest developments and explain why other major sports leagues have instituted similar policies with less drama.
Source: Players and owners react to NFL's new national anthem policy

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Amazon Alexa Echo recorded conversation and then sent to contact

A woman in Portland, Oregon, says her Amazon Echo secretly recorded her conversation and sent the recording to a contact on her husband's phone. Amazon said it was the result of an "unlikely" series of events.
Source: Amazon Alexa Echo recorded conversation and then sent to contact

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Startup says Facebook collected user information improperly

A former startup company is suing Facebook, claiming Facebook read text messages, tracked locations, and viewed photos on the phones of people who use the social network, and their friends. CNET executive editor Ian Sherr joins CBSN to discuss the latest Facebook news, including the company's new revenge porn pilot program.
Source: Startup says Facebook collected user information improperly

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Author Charlie LeDuff finds frustration and rage linking communties around the U.S.

Journalist Charlie LeDuff says  rage unites vast swathes of the country, he says, from protesters in Ferguson to Flint, Michigan, to Detroit, to Chicago, and back to New York, even if people in those groups don't naturally find common ground. LeDuff joins Elaine Quijano on "Red & Blue" to discuss his new book what he found in his reporting throughout the country and his new book "Sh*tshow! The Country's Collapsing . . . and the Ratings Are Great"
Source: Author Charlie LeDuff finds frustration and rage linking communties around the U.S.

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Armed bystander shoots, kills suspected gunman outside Oklahoma City restaurant, police say

Police in Oklahoma City say an armed civilian shot and killed a suspected gunman outside a local restaurant. Two people were shot and two others were injured, police said.
Source: Armed bystander shoots, kills suspected gunman outside Oklahoma City restaurant, police say

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WPC Politics Forum / CBSvideo...5/24/18: Red and Blue
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5/24/18: Red and Blue

Charlie LeDuff on travels through "collapsing" U.S.
Source: 5/24/18: Red and Blue

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Journalist Charlie LeDuff on Americans who have been left behind

Before candidate Donald Trump began his campaign talking about the forgotten men and women of America, Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Charlie LeDuff was profiling the people who felt abandoned by their government. He sits down with Elaine Quijano to discuss the stories that form his new book, "Sh*t Show: The Country's Collapsing... and the Ratings Are Great."
Source: Journalist Charlie LeDuff on Americans who have been left behind

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Catching up on sleep over the weekend may help you live longer

Swedish researchers say people who don't get enough sleep have a higher mortality risk, but not if they sleep in on weekends and holidays.
Source: Catching up on sleep over the weekend may help you live longer

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Behind the NYT interview with the "Arrested Development" cast

Actor Jason Bateman apologized to his castmate Jessica Walter after a New York Times roundtable where Bateman appeared to cut off the questions and defend their castmate Jeffrey Tambor. Tambor has been accused of verbally harassing Walter on set. Sopan Deb, the Times culture writer who spoke to the cast, joins CBSN to discuss the interview and the reaction to it.
Source: Behind the NYT interview with the "Arrested Development" cast

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