Stories of 3 December 2019

CNBC › 4 days ago
"Mad Money" host Jim Cramer rings the lightning round bell, which means he's giving his answers to callers' stock questions at rapid speed.
Chicago Tribune › 4 days ago
WASHINGTON With Sen. Kamala Harris dropping out of the 2020 presidential race Tuesday, she returns her full attention to the Senate a month before the body is
The Wall Street Journal › Opinions › 4 days ago
If the world isn’t slashing CO2, blame overreaction to the Fukushima disaster.
The Guardian › Sports › 4 days ago
The Manchester City manager said his side are so far behind Liverpool it would be a waste of time thinking about retaining the title
Chicago Tribune › 4 days ago
Maybe Ron Rivera should have worried about the foot.
CBS News › 4 days ago
Company behind League of Legends settles suit that claimed widespread discrimination against the women who worked there
Cleveland › 4 days ago
South Euclid Police Chief Kevin Nietert said that the number of deer complaints has risen in each of the past four years, while animal warden Brian Miller said that there is, as yet, no proven way to limit the deer population. The comments were made...
The Wall Street Journal › Technology › 4 days ago
Elon Musk told a Los Angeles jury that a Twitter message he sent last year suggesting a man in Thailand was a pedophile wasn’t, in fact, meant to connotate a dictionary definition of the word.
New York Post › 4 days ago
Democratic State Assembly Speaker Carl Heastie (D-Bronx) said Tuesday the only way to combat the mammoth $6.1 billion budget deficit is to raise taxes. “This is gonna be a tough budget year … unless money’s gonna fall from the sky,” Heastie...
USA Today › Sports › 4 days ago
Toronto forward Jozy Altidore has been fined by Major League Soccer for criticizing match officials following his team’s loss to Seattle in the MLS final on Nov. 10
Breitbart › 4 days ago
Nicolás Maduro ordered his defense minister to give out 13,000 military-grade firearms to "workers" in anticipation of an attack by Colombia.
Chicago Tribune › 4 days ago
Chicago police on Tuesday announced their latest arrests for illegally selling guns and drugs through private Facebook groups — and again complained that the social media platform has not been cooperating with the department’s ongoing undercover...
Forbes › 4 days ago
Riot Games, the publisher behind League of Legends, will pay out a $10 million settlement to most women who worked for the company since 2014.
Hollywood Life › Entertainment › 4 days ago
FX’s hit drama series ‘Pose’ is bursting with a cast of talented trans women of color. Billy Porter reveals what he thinks it will take for Hollywood to ‘stay on the bandwagon.’
UPI › 4 days ago
A lengthy storm that began across the country just before Thanksgiving is slowly winding down off the far eastern coast of New England, but not before dropping feet of snow across the interior Northeast.
USA Today › 4 days ago
A Wisconsin high school resource officer shot a 16-year-old student Tuesday after the boy stabbed him in his office, marking the second time in as many days that a school resource officer has been involved in a student shooting in the state. (Dec. 3)
BBC News › Sports › 4 days ago
A TV crew save the day after the lights go out on Manchester City before their Premier League match at Burnley.
The Wall Street Journal › 4 days ago
Workers for on-demand companies are often classified as independent contractors and don’t have the same benefits, and wage and hour protection as full-time workers.
Business Insider › Lifestyle › 4 days ago
A small Oregon town can't afford police officers at night, so the city council approved a proposal to install security cameras manned by volunteers. The idea has sparked condemnation from civil-rights advocates who have raised concerns about racial...
Chicago Tribune › Sports › 4 days ago
Pitchers Ryan Burr and Caleb Frare will be non-roster invitees to spring training with the White Sox.
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