NBC News Top Stories
NBC News Top Stories
1 - Climate Change Is Costing Taxpayers Billions — and It's Getting Worse
2 - Niger Attack Was Likely a Set-Up by Terrorists, Officials Say
3 - Trump's No Islamophobe or Isolationist, Bannon Says
4 - John Leguizamo: Latinos Have To Be Superheroes, We Do Everything Else
5 - Last Classified Files on JFK Assassination to Be Released
6 - One Word From Trump Throws Wrench Into Bergdahl Sentencing
7 - O'Reilly Says He Regrets Settling Sex Harassment Case
8 - See All 8 Prototypes for Trump's 'Big, Beautiful' Border Wall
9 - How to Be a Conservative With Guts in the Age of Trump
10 - Alleged Killers Return to Where Kim Jong Un's Half-Brother Was Poisoned
11 - Cash or Credit: How Do You Choose?
12 - Serving Food and Time: Inside Colombia's Trendy Prison Restaurant
13 - Trump GOP Unity Plea Gets Skeptical Reception From Some
14 - Trump Lawyer Cohen to Appear Before House Intel Panel Tuesday
15 - Hurricane Harvey Didn't Discriminate. The Recovery Is a Different Matter.
16 - A Generation Grapples With North Korea as Friend and Enemy
17 - This Shark Can Live for Centuries. Will It Show Us How to Do the Same?
18 - Got a News Tip? We Want to Know About It
A new government study finds climate change is already costing taxpayers billions in disaster relief due to more extreme weather events.
10/24/2017 4:11:09 AM
An emerging theory among investigators is that the U.S. soldiers killed in Niger were set up by terrorists, who were tipped off they'd be in a local village.
10/24/2017 2:01:19 AM
Former White House adviser Steve Bannon said Monday that President Donald Trump deserves credit for destroying ISIS' caliphate in the Middle East.
10/24/2017 2:08:00 AM
Latinx superheroes already walk among us, as invisible as Superman behind his Clark Kent glasses.
10/24/2017 3:49:45 AM
President Trump says he'll allow the long-blocked and classified JFK files to be opened on Thursday.
10/23/2017 6:05:21 PM
The sentencing of Army deserter Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl was delayed until Wednesday after the defense cited President Trump's comments about case.
10/23/2017 1:04:00 PM
Bill O'Reilly, the former Fox News anchor, said he regrets settling a $32 million sex harassment case because it was later made public.
10/23/2017 3:07:00 PM
NBC News got a look at the eight nearly-finished prototypes of what President Donald Trump's promised border wall might look like.
10/23/2017 2:32:00 PM
These are (to put it mildly) tough times to be a conservative.
10/23/2017 12:37:02 PM
Defense lawyers say the women thought they were involved in a prank for a reality TV show when they encountered Kim Jong Nam.
10/24/2017 3:54:22 AM
TODAY Financial Editor Jean Chatzky explains how to frame the decision between when to use cash and when to use credit.
10/23/2017 8:35:42 AM
In the popular tourist city of Cartagena, Colombia, the trendy Restaurante Interno inside the San Diego Prison serves delicious meals by women serving time.
10/23/2017 12:18:00 PM
President Donald Trump's plea for party unity in the drive to pass tax reform received a skeptical reception from some Republicans on Capitol Hill Monday.
10/24/2017 12:44:29 AM
President Donald Trump's personal lawyer is scheduled to speak Tuesday with investigators for the House probe into Russia's involvement in the 2016 U.S. presidential election.
10/23/2017 8:13:00 PM
Hurricane Harvey was supposed to be the storm that didn't discriminate. The recovery is proving otherwise.
10/23/2017 11:48:00 AM
South Korea teaches its children that North Korea is both a friend and an enemy — but a generational divide poses a dilemma for educators.
10/23/2017 3:38:00 AM
The probe of Tony Podesta, brother of Hillary Clinton's campaign chair, grew out of Mueller's look into the finances of ex-Trump campaign chair Paul Manafort.
10/23/2017 3:32:00 AM
Do you have a story to share with us? Did you witness something you think should be reported? Reach out to our journalists by sending in your news tip.
5/17/2017 3:10:00 PM
CNET news editors and reporters provide top technology news, with investigative reporting and in-depth coverage of tech issues and events.
1 - Uber sees first decline in business passengers, report says - CNET
2 - FBI tried to break into 6,900 phones -- and failed - CNET
3 - Microsoft drops suit over Justice Dept.'s secret data requests - CNET
4 - Calling Hawkins Power will give you 'Stranger Things' clues - CNET
5 - Steve Wozniak isn't getting iPhone X on launch day - CNET
6 - Robert Scoble leaves his AR firm amid sexual harassment claims - CNET
7 - Amazon shutting down Amazon Wine business - CNET
8 - Send your own 'Stranger Things' message from the Upside Down - CNET
9 - Google Pixel 2 XL's display has another problem - CNET
10 - Snapchat Spectacles could be even less popular than we thought - CNET
11 - Facebook test splits news feed to highlight posts from friends - CNET
12 - Xbox One's first original backwards-compatible games are here - CNET
13 - Super cheap Nokia 2 pops up on retailer site for $100 - CNET
14 - Toshiba's 'breakthrough' battery can charge in six minutes - Roadshow
15 - BB-8 finds love with another Star Wars droid in new comic - CNET
16 - Space traffic alert: 8 asteroids buzz Earth in just 3 weeks - CNET
17 - iPhone 8 trade-ins spike ahead of iPhone X, says reseller - CNET
18 - Upgrading to an iPhone X? Get a head start now - CNET
19 - New IIHS crash test could make life harder for automakers - Roadshow
20 - 'Geostorm' is not quite the thunderous trash you're looking for - CNET
21 - Lego Dimensions is officially dead - CNET
22 - How Netflix hooks you into 'Stranger Things' (The 3:59, Ep. 303) - CNET
23 - Toyota Drive to Go aims to make renting hip for the kids - Roadshow
24 - Amazon's new research center seeks to improve AI vision - CNET
25 - Stephen Hawking's doctoral thesis now free to read online - CNET
Uber reportedly lost 1 percent of the ground transportation market. And in some cities, like San Francisco, it saw an 8 percent fall. Meanwhile, Lyft is on the rise.
10/24/2017 2:00:06 AM
Looks like there’s a good chance no one, not even the FBI, can steal data from your phone.
10/24/2017 1:46:04 AM
Move comes after Justice Department says it would scale back demands for customer data without their knowledge.
10/24/2017 1:38:51 AM
Fans of the Netflix series can call the fictional company Hawkins Power and Light to discover more clues of what may happen in the second season.
10/23/2017 9:46:14 PM
Commentary: The Apple co-founder says he’s happy with his iPhone 8. Which is also an iPhone 7.
10/23/2017 9:02:07 PM
The tech evangelist resigns after three women accused him of actions that include groping and verbal harassment.
10/23/2017 8:17:44 PM
Move to close 5-year-old marketplace comes after Amazon's $13.7 billion acquisition of Whole Foods Markets.
10/23/2017 7:48:54 PM
A fan on Reddit sets up a wall of Christmas lights connected to the internet so others can transmit messages to his dorm room, "Stranger Things" style.
10/23/2017 5:53:28 PM
Your eyes don't deceive you -- some Pixel 2 XL's screens have a burn-in issue.
10/23/2017 5:50:13 PM
There could be hundreds of thousands of unsold pairs sitting around, a report suggests.
10/23/2017 4:28:30 PM
The change could have big ramifications for publishers. The social network emphasized, though, that it's only a test.
10/23/2017 7:03:17 PM
Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic, Ninja Gaiden Black and more will be playable soon.
10/23/2017 3:54:31 PM
The entry-level Android phone was spotted on B&H before disappearing.
10/23/2017 3:44:57 PM
Toshiba didn't talk about cost per kWh, so it's probably... not cheap.
10/23/2017 3:30:06 PM
Romancing the robot? Watch as BB-8 and its new astromech soulmate roll off together in the latest issue of Marvel's Poe Dameron comic.
10/23/2017 3:45:39 PM
A space rock whizzed by this weekend at the second closest distance so far in 2017. October is turning out to be a busy month.
10/23/2017 1:45:47 PM
One tech recycling site says Apple's new model is already being returned.
10/23/2017 2:59:52 PM
If you're a member of Apple's iPhone Upgrade Program, you'll want to do this now.
10/23/2017 1:33:05 PM
The first round of vehicles it tested did pretty darn well, though.
10/23/2017 1:15:34 PM
"Geostorm" is perfect for those disaster movie fans who loved "Armageddon" but thought the acting was too high-brow…
10/23/2017 4:25:51 PM
We called it one of the best "toys-to-life" experiences of its kind when it debuted in 2015. Two years later, Lego Dimensions is done.
10/23/2017 12:57:07 PM
We talk about Netflix's tricks to get you to click play, T-Mobile's earnings and pending Sprint merger, and robots and retailers.
10/23/2017 11:46:50 AM
Stop in, rent a car for the weekend and grab a cup of Joe (or tea) before you depart.
10/23/2017 11:17:49 AM
The online retailer is partnering with the academic community and investing nearly $1.5 million to open a new facility in Germany dedicated to making AI better.
10/23/2017 12:04:20 PM
Comb the early work of one the world's greatest minds with the release of Stephen Hawking's Ph.D. thesis as an open-access paper.
10/23/2017 11:06:44 AM
Scripting News, the weblog started in 1997 that bootstrapped the blogging revolution.
10/22/2017 9:07:31 PM
14 - The thing about impeachment
15 - The military is split
20 - Mr Mercedes is very good
21 - RSS and podcasting
47 - Why I empathize with Twitter
People are still focusing, imho incorrectly, on the big lies in the Kelly press conference, and missing the fact that the man doesn't know his job or his place, and at least doesn't have the Constitution frontmost in his mind, at worst -- knows what it means and has no intention of abiding by it. I'm not a lawyer, but I know we can question generals, and that whether or not you have a Gold Star family in your circle of friends has no bearing on your ability to ask questions of the government. It could be that it just hasn't sunk in yet with Mr Kelly that he is the government now, and that gives him special responsibilities. It would be one thing if he were a retired general spouting off in his dotage, but that's not who Kelly is. He's the Chief of Staff in the White House and his view of the world is much like the general played by Jack Nicholson in A Few Good Men. Unlike Trump he is trained to control. And so far there hasn't been much pushback from others in the military. In their silence, confirmation that the Constitution and our form of government, is in question.
10/22/2017 12:07:37 PM
George C Scott as Patton.
10/22/2017 12:20:12 PM
General Buck Turgidson, played George C Scott, from Dr Strangelove.
10/22/2017 9:00:56 PM
General Ripper, also from Dr Strangelove.
10/22/2017 9:07:31 PM
Trailer for Seven Days in May (1964).
10/22/2017 4:49:45 PM
The full video and transcript of General Kelly's press conference.
10/22/2017 12:10:15 PM
Jack Nicholson's famous speech in A Few Good Men.
10/22/2017 12:15:49 PM
Aaron Sorkin's classic story from The West Wing about the role civilian government rightly plays with the military.
10/22/2017 12:36:35 PM
Why is the map so freaking small in AirBnB website? I want it to be 75% of the width of the page.
10/22/2017 4:40:07 PM
10/21/2017 11:32:54 AM
A bit of breakage had accumulated in the podcatch.com back end. Spent the morning modernizing, it's all working again, or so it seems. 💥
10/21/2017 12:01:17 PM
I could see Kelly launching a first strike at N Korea because they weren't properly respecting some insane thing he's clutching for security.
10/21/2017 8:32:39 AM
Thank you. I needed that slap in the face. I was starting to beginning to almost thinking about possibly someday maybe under some circumstances rooting for them. Not gonna happen.
10/21/2017 8:25:40 AM
It's just like the Electoral College, and the RNC before it. Letting the process go forward is always easier and safer than standing in its way. Maybe someone else will do it. But each time we don't do the hard thing, it'll be harder the next time. We'll look back and say "if only we had.." This isn't the first time. We will look back on this moment too as a time when it would have been much easier to put a stop to Trump.
10/21/2017 11:00:36 AM
We found out something pretty horrifying in the last couple of days, and it's important to absorb it before it passes in whatever controversy comes up next.
We saw the actual personality of the White House Chief of Staff for the first time. He's a general. And he's one of the most powerful people in civilian oversight of the military. Maybe second only to the president. And he doesn't believe in the Constitution.
He walked all over the First Amendment in his presser. There must be others in the military that see this (they watch TV too). So now we have two factions, one that believes in the Constitution and civilian oversight, and the other that doesn't. And it appears that the one that doesn't has vastly more power than the others. It's in the White House.
Kelly is not a stupid man. He couldn't be where he is if he was. He knows what he said and did, and the message not only went out to the public, it went out to the military. It signaled in ways that can't be signaled through the chain of command, how the country is now being governed. So there's a pretty good chance we're on the other side of a military takeover. Seems almost tautological. It's visible now, if you believe what you saw on TV, and is likely to become more visible.
BTW, I also don't think it's a coincidence that both Obama and Bush spoke yesterday, saying basically the same thing. We are not a fascist country. I suspect they were also talking to the military.
10/21/2017 10:37:17 AM
Good morning. I'm back in NY. Gorgeous fall weather. Starting to fill in my to-do list.
10/20/2017 10:53:50 AM
Tom Steyer is funding a $10 million campaign to impeach Trump.
10/20/2017 10:20:56 PM
Trump claims his administration has accomplished more in its first nine months than any previous presidency. How foolish, he hasn't passed any laws. But there's an argument to be made that it's true. Read about the dismantling of the EPA and the State Department, and realize how long it will take to bring them back. Some people feel it's for the best that the US not have any controls on pollution or have any foreign presence. For them these are accomplishments. Trump may not know or care about what they're doing, that doesn't mean it's not part of a plan, that the Kochs and Mercers aren't intelligently looting the government. Things are happening faster than people may realize.
10/20/2017 2:33:50 PM
How you know what the "Marine general" said is indefensible. And they're all violating their oath to uphold and defend the Constitution.
10/20/2017 1:53:12 PM
I finished binge-watching the Mr Mercedes TV series on the flight back from Denver yesterday, and man it was good. At the same level as Breaking Bad, only more bizarre. The acting was great. I thought the story from Stephen King they had to work with was so-so, that's why I expected the TV series to drift and get sappy, because that's what happened (imho) in the novel. But it didn't happen and I think I know why. The writer of the teleplay was Dennis Lehane who himself is a fine novelist, author of Mystic River and Shutter Island, two great movies. He also wrote for The Wire.
In Mr Mercedes Lehane developed King's story into a 10-hour movie that would have been fine without the gore and violence, but it made it better, because it was delivered with humor and was outrageous and thrilling, on the same level as The Shining or Carrie.
Even the computer stuff mostly made sense (in the novel it didn't, King doesn't really understand computers imho). There was even some good Mac humor in the story! How about that.
Lehane found the thread in the King novel that worked, he changed a couple of things, and let the plot develop at a good pace, and the characters were fun, entertaining, cute, motivated, lovely and brave, and most important, believable. I loved it. Highly recommended if you like this kind of thing.
10/20/2017 12:03:21 PM
21 - RSS and podcasting
While I was vacationing in Taos, with a very slow Internet connection and a slowed-down mind, I wrote a Twitter thread saying I was happy about podcasting, proud of how far it had come, and how many people's lives it was enriching, and because it was open and had no limits it didn't have the problems of platforms that were created roughly at the same time, platforms that are corporate and silo'd, like Twitter and Facebook.
I had just driven a full day from Denver to Taos and had listened to a bunch of podcasts, more than I had in one day since my cross-country drives in the mid-2000s. Back then there wasn't very much podcasting and since then it has boomed, several times.
My thread drew a comment from Jason Rowley, a writer at Crunchbase. "It’s almost like the RSS protocol finally found its killer app. Not in distributing text, but mp3s." I know he was being positive, but the comment was wrong from a couple of perspectives.
I promised an explanation, so here goes.
RSS didn't need a killer app, it already had one. And RSS as a basis for podcasting, was essential to the bootstrap, but it was not the hard part. For that, we needed a bit of yeast to get the bread to rise. That came, as far as I'm concerned, from Chris Lydon, myself and then Adam Curry. At that point, we had enough examples for people to get the idea that they could do it too.
Jason's well-intentioned understanding of how podcasting came to be, and what role RSS plays in today's news ecosystem is the one many people have, but it is wrong. Every time I see it I try to correct it. It's important because people who want to follow in the footsteps of RSS and podcasting, and develop open technologies, should know that there's more to it than technology. Without compelling content, that gets other people to do it, you don't even have a good demo.
I did a podcast about this in 2015, if you want more of the background.
10/20/2017 11:04:51 AM
Checking in from Colorado. My stay in New Mexico was very refreshing. Tomorrow, back to NYC to complete my next product ship. This one has nothing to do with web publishing, it's something new that imho shouldn't be. 🚀
10/18/2017 5:50:27 PM
Got a notice from NY State that I've been automatically re-enrolled in my ACA-based health insurance. Some parts of the system are working.
10/18/2017 6:12:42 PM
Suggestion: Choose to not be offended, at least once a day.
10/17/2017 4:55:49 PM
What if we lose the First Amendment? It's a serious question that deserves serious thought. All the reporting about stamping out fake news on Facebook amounts to suppressing speech. It can't be done without suppressing the First Amendment. And since the current govt is run by this fascist, you should expect that news would omit stories about Puerto Rico, govt sabotage of health care, even the Harvey Weinstein story might not have come out considering how much El Presidenté has to hide.
10/17/2017 9:53:09 AM
Sometimes serendipity is worth noting. I was posting a link to this fantastic piece by Jon Chait about the last act of John McCain's political career. The software I use, a linkblogging tool I wrote called Radio3, presents a random slogan above the edit box. The slogan was especially appropriate to the piece. Finally, hopefully before it's too late, McCain-the-Maverick is showing up.
10/17/2017 10:51:02 AM
I am a non-conformist. If you tell me I have to conform to your way of thinking I say no. And not with respect.
10/16/2017 7:06:25 PM
I've been trying to write this morning, but everything I write comes down to this. Humans have made a total mess of everything. I could write more, but it would amount to the same thing.
10/16/2017 10:24:09 AM
Took a long drive from Denver to Taos today. On the map it's supposed to take five hours, but I took nine. Lots of stops. Listened to a bunch of podcasts including two Sunday news shows. Conclusion: the best Republican liar is Tillerson. That guy is slick. I didn't hate his lies. But Lindsey Graham and Netanyahu, they just plain out lie, no spin. Insulting to the intelligence of the listener. I can see why Trump likes them.
10/15/2017 7:06:34 PM
When I was driving cross-country in the mid-2000s, I remember wishing that I could ask the maps app to tell me what Starbucks were on my route, not nearby. I wasn't going to backtrack to get coffee. They have it now. I wanted to pick up groceries before checking in. I searched for groceries, it gave me a chance to search on my route. It presented a list of choices along with how much time they'd add to my trip. A button next to each one offered to add it as a stop. Smooth as silk. Another bonus, Google Maps says "Welcome to New Mexico" a mile or so before you see the official sign. It was a surprise and made me laugh. I guess what's next is the Google Home interface for the Maps app.
10/15/2017 7:52:43 PM
Very slow Internet at the place I'm staying. Barely faster than a 1990s dialup. I guess it's via satellite. I may have to use the Google Fi Nexus phone, if it's faster. Or find a Starbuck's.
10/15/2017 7:08:59 PM
Best podcast I listened to was the Longform interview of Michael Barbaro of the NYT Daily podcast. It has become the Visicalc of podcasts. I think everyone is listening to it. I don't miss an episode. He of course talked about the famous interview with the coal miner, but left out the best part, the thing he got dinged for the most (at least of what I heard) -- not challenging the guy on his opinion that coal didn't cause climate change. I totally supported that. I wanted to hear the guy's story and have the interviewer just let him say his piece. We know the arguments. It wouldn't have added anything to the story. Also, he defines the Daily as a podcast about the reporters who report the news. And the Longform interview was a podcsat about the podcast about the reporters who report the news. I wondered if another level is possible, but for now I couldn't imagine it.
10/15/2017 7:10:00 PM
I get a lot of ideas when I do long drives in the western US.
10/15/2017 7:13:54 PM
Someone should do an interview with Hoder about life in Iran for young bright entrepreneurial people. The deal Obama did with Iran wasn't just about the military, it opened up Iran to the rest of the world, and as you might expect from an intelligent population of an ancient civilization, they are rebooting. The theory is that the hardliners will have more trouble being jerks internationally if their citizens are bringing home lots of money trading with the rest of the world. It's a theory that works. It's why what Trump is doing is so wasteful and sets us back. It's not just about nukes.
10/15/2017 7:20:16 PM
CBS had an interview with the Iranian chief diplomat, who speaks good English and repped his case well. The snotty Repub they interviewed to balance it of course lied, bigtime. Iran is not on the UN Security Council. DIckerson is performing a service, by clearly stating reality knowing (probably) the Repubs will just lie. He's telling the listeners the truth. They should have an alternated channel with narration, sort of a translation. What he really means is.. That kind of thing.
10/15/2017 7:25:00 PM
Did you ever wonder where North Korea got the money for their nuclear program? Planet Money has the answer. Kim Jong Un has let an entrepreneurial class develop. They say he's funding it with tax money. How about that.
10/15/2017 7:22:54 PM
Watched the first two episodes of Mr Mercedes, expecting it to be drek, and was surprised at how good it is. I knew the story because I read the book. The book started great and then like a lot of late Stephen King books got bogged down in smarmy bullshit. Most Stephen King movies/shows are crap, like the recent It. Some of them make great movies like The Shining, Carrie, Shawshank Redemption. This one is promising.
10/15/2017 7:14:25 PM
Good morning sports fans!
10/14/2017 6:12:01 AM
Today's a travel day. Headed to Boulder, and then to New Mexico tomorrow. I want to enjoy some mountain air, hikes, change of perspective. I should be blogging once I arrive at the other side. 🎈
10/14/2017 6:12:08 AM
JY is helping with yesterday's query. 2nd opinion(s) sought.
10/13/2017 11:00:51 AM
A Twitter thread I wrote without benefit of Electric Pork. Freestyle. I think it's pretty good. It starts out like this: "Twitter users who think you are a customer. You are not a customer. You are the product."
10/13/2017 3:14:21 PM
I knew when I saw the web that's what I had been born to do. Just because people want to use Facebook doesn't change that simple fact.
10/13/2017 11:08:43 AM
The last phone booth in Manhattan, possibly.
10/13/2017 11:13:25 AM
One thing's for sure, if we want to have a chance to survive we're going to have to start seeing the good in each other.
10/13/2017 8:54:43 AM
Yes indeed NYT, Silicon Valley is not your friend but the open web is. As often is the case, corporate media has trouble seeing anything but corporate tech. But before there were tech companies, there was the web, which sprung from academia. It instantly wiped out the business models the tech industry had for networking, all of which were designed to lock users in. It took a couple of decades for Silicon Valley to re-establish lock-in, at least partially because news let them take over their distribution system. It may not be too late for the open web, but it needs a lot of help.
10/13/2017 8:37:27 AM
Michelle Goldberg writes about sexual harassment. She has only experienced it once, in college. Her theory, she has only worked in organizations with women at the top. That fosters an environment of respect.
10/13/2017 8:45:37 AM
In 2003, almost by accident, the company that I founded but had left, surprised me by directing requests to a popular domain to one of my colocated servers. I tried to keep it running but there was too much traffic. I couldn't do the work required to stabilize the service, i had a new job and my health was still iffy after heart surgery, and I would have had to buy a bunch more servers, and there was no revenue to support it. So I had to turn the service off. Really the only choice was to risk my health, and spend a lot of money.
A few of the users went on a campaign aimed at punishing me personally. Many of them had empty sites on the service, they had never published anything, so they didn't have anything at stake. I completely disclosed what happened. None of the bloggers referred to my post or the podcast I did explaining. They kept right on attacking. I appealed to blogging friends but they wouldn't say anything in my defense.
Eventually the story was covered by mainstream journalists, and guess what -- they listened, and told my side of the story too. The ranters wanted something else, certainly not the truth. Most of the users just wanted their sites back. Quietly I worked with them, and got every one who wanted one a backup of their sites, personally, on my own time.
I waited it out, they got tired I guess, but never forgot how awful they were. That's why I empathize with Twitter.
10/13/2017 1:34:13 PM
Braintrust query: Error handling in mySQL package in Node.
10/12/2017 9:29:10 AM
Little Outliner tip: If you keep LO2 open all day every day, when you start work in the morning, reload the page. There's some kind of performance issue in the app that causes it to get slow if you leave it running too long. Reloading the page is the same as quitting and relaunching an app. Fargo didn't have this issue. I must be doing something differently, but I don't know what it is. Still diggin!
10/12/2017 9:26:07 AM
A message to people who are angry at Twitter.
10/12/2017 10:31:45 AM
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