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6 August, 2019
Mon Dieu! French Inventor Hoverboards Across English Channel

French inventor Franky Zapata finally crossed the English Channel on his hoverboard Sunday. According to Gizmodo, it was the 40-year-old military reservist's second attempt to make the 22-mile trip. Zapata stopped halfway to refuel the supply of kerosene strapped to his back that was powering... Read More

5 August, 2019
Five Signs Showing You’re Saving Money With Purpose

1. You have a plan for how much money you want to save a month and know what it’s for. 2. You gradually increase the percentage of income you save regularly. 3. You save part of unexpected funds, such as a bonus or inheritance. 4. You have multiple savings accounts meant for different... Read More

5 August, 2019
New York Woman Drowns During Standup Paddleboard Yoga Class

A New York woman drowned after trying to assist a fellow member of her standup paddleboard yoga class, reports on Friday said. The woman, Lisa Margaritis, 49, was described by police as an experienced paddleboarder. Margaritis' board got caught on a bridge piling and she was thrown into the strong... Read More

3 August, 2019
Twitter Under Fire: Fails To Ban White Supremacists

With the anniversary of the deadly 2017 Unite the Right rally in Charlottesville, Virginia, approaching, Twitter is facing increased pressure from a nationwide coalition of civil rights organizations to once and for all take a stand against the white supremacists that operate freely on its platform.... Read More

1 August, 2019
Twitter Suspends An Account Hours After Trump Retweets It

Twitter suspended an account that the President had retweeted just hours earlier, CNN reports. Trump retweeted a tweet from "Lynn Thomas" that accused Democrats of being "the true enemies of America." Twitter suspended the account, confirming to CNN it had broken the platform's rules. Twitter... Read More

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