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Within Facebook, a Sense of Relief Over the Zuckerberg Hearings

About two hours, or 20 percent, into Mark Zuckerberg’s marathon testimony before Congress this week, the Facebook CEO had a slightly awkward exchange with senator John Cornyn (R-Texas). Cornyn wanted to know what happens to people’s data when they delete their accounts. Zuckerberg responded that Facebook deletes their data. But Cornyn continued, “How about third parties that you have contracted with to use some of that underlying information, perhaps to target advertising for themselves?” To Zuckerberg, this must have been exasperating. As he has said over and over, Facebook doesn’t…

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Totally Unprofessional: Lorde Kept Stopping Her Concert Last Night To Check Whether The Mousetrap In Her Dressing Room Had Caught Any Big, Juicy Rats

Lorde is famous for her impressive live performances, but yesterday, the pop superstar made a huge onstage blunder that left the audience stunned: Lorde kept stopping her concert last night to check if the mousetrap in her dressing room had caught any big, juicy rats. Wow. This is a seriously unprofessional move from the Grammy-winning artist. According to accounts from audience members, Lorde was just about to reach the chorus of her hit song “Green Light” when she shouted, “It’s big, juicy, rat time!” and walked off the stage to…

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‘Roseanne’ Promo Trumpets Johnny Galecki’s Return Next Week

The actor returns to the roots of his TV stardom when he appears on the reboot of “Roseanne” next Tuesday. A new promo (below) shows Galecki’s now-scruffy David Healy appearing at Darlene’s window and later saying an awkward hello to Darlene’s dad, Dan (John Goodman). ABC’s episode description says that David surprises their daughter, Harris, (Emma Kenney) for her birthday after being absent for years. To which Darlene responded: “It’s a decorating choice called poverty.” Download Read more: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/johnny-galecki-roseanne-return_us_5ad0c312e4b077c89ce80402

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Rugby players Jackson and Olding sacked

“It has been agreed, as part of this commitment, to conduct an in-depth review of existing structures and educational programmes, within the game in Ireland, to ensure the importance of these core values is clearly understood, supported and practised at every level of the game.” They also said that Ulster and Ireland winger Craig Gilroy has been sanctioned over a text message he sent to Stuart Olding. He will be unavailable for selection by Ulster until 26 April 2018. Image copyright Getty Images Image caption Paddy Jackson has played 25…

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U.S., France, U.K. Launch Strikes on Syria After Chemical Attack

Missile strikes targeted chemical weapons facilities in Syria Trump condemns Russia and Iran for supporting Syria’s Assad statement posted on Twitter. “We warned that such actions will not be left without consequences.” Syria said its air defenses were “confronting the U.S.-French-British aggression,” according to the state-run SANA news agency. Syria’s Observatory for Human Rights, a group monitoring the conflict, reported that the strikes targeted several military bases, Republican Guards locations and the Scientific Studies Research Center. "Based on recent experience, we fully expect a significant disinformation campaign over the coming…

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Sorry, Laura Ingraham. Looks Like Parkland Survivor David Hogg Was Accepted Into UC Irvine

The Parkland high-school shooting survivor and March for Our Lives leader David Hogg has been accepted into University of California, Irvine, shared a list of companies which advertised on Ingraham's show and encouraged people to get in touch to complain about her comments. Nineteen companies including TripAdvisor, Nestle and Hulu all removed their backing from Ingraham's show. expected to return to her show Monday after the cooling-off period. Fox News backed by comedian Bill Maher. Hogg is one of the 20 founding members of Never Again MSDa group of survivors…

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You can pick your own House in the ‘Harry Potter’ mobile game

Which House will you pick? That's right, pick.Image: shannon connellan/mashable Jam City’s long-awaited Harry Potter: Hogwarts Mystery mobile game has landed in Australia and New Zealand, ahead of its April 25 worldwide release.  Like the books, the iOS and Android game is broken down into chapters, which are set over different years in Hogwarts. It’s set between the tragic murder of Harry Potter’s parents by Lord Voldemort and when Harry and the gang start school, so that lets you have an original narrative. SEE ALSO: ‘Westworld’ mobile game already available…

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The Killers Brought a Fan on Stage and He Killed It In Front of 65,000 People

In front of a sold out crowd of 65,000 fans in Mexico City, The Killers brought one lucky fan (two actually), José Luis, to play the drums for their hit song ‘Reasons Unknown’. After a failed first attempt, the band quickly scanned the crowd and found Luis with a sign and promise that he actually knew how to play. Not only did José live out a fan dream, but he crushed it! What an amazing memory he’ll cherish for the rest of his life. Read more: http://twistedsifter.com/videos/fan-plays-drums-for-the-killers-in-mexico-city/

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Artist Makes Intricate Animal Cutouts and Lets Nature Fill in the Rest

Faye Halliday is a travelling artist best known for her incredible black marker illustrations. Originally from the UK and currently living in Costa Rica, the artist has amassed huge followings on Instagram and Facebook as she shares her ongoing artworks and creative pursuits. In an ongoing series of illustrated paper cutouts, Faye has been using nature’s vibrant palette to fill in her works and she has been using the results as inspiration for her colored prints and canvases. Below you will find highlights from this series but you can find…

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