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Video Shows the Terrifying Drive to Escape Massive Fire in Paradise, California

The so-called Camp Fire has already consumed over 20,000 acres in Northern California, forcing about 50,000 people to evacuate. But the fire has moved so quickly that some people have barely escaped—like Brynn Parrott Chatfield from the town of Paradise, who posted this video to social media showing her family’s…

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U.S. Air Force Says Latest Missile Test ‘Not Related to Any Real World Events’

The U.S. Air Force published a video overnight showing its latest missile test from Tuesday. But the Air Force insists that the test is “not related to any real world events.”

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Trump’s New Acting Attorney General Served on the Advisory Board of a ‘Scam’ Patent Business

President Trump just named Matthew Whitaker as acting U.S. attorney general, replacing now-former Attorney General Jeff Sessions who “resigned” on Wednesday. A dive into Whitaker’s business affairs show he was, as of at least late 2014, involved in a business saddled with serious ethical complaints.

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Foxconn Denies Report That It May Bring Workers From China for Wisconsin Plant

Foxconn has received roughly $4 billion in subsidies set aside by Wisconsin to build a new plant in the state, but that deal is looking worse and worse with each passing day. According to the Wall Street Journal, Foxconn is looking into transferring workers from China to staff up its plant because the company has…

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How to Watch the Midterm Election Coverage Live on YouTube, Facebook, VR, and More

Today is Election Day in America, and it’s probably going to be a very long night as the results come in from across the country. If you’re interested in watching the 2018 midterm election coverage there are plenty of options available online, no cable required. And we’ve got them all below.

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How to Get Free and Discounted Rides to the Polls on Election Day

Have you registered to vote? Good. Now all you need to do is get to the polls on Tuesday, November 6. Thankfully, over 50 cities around the country are making that easy with free bus rides. And some private companies, like Lyft and Uber, are offering discounted rides to your polling station.

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Conservative Magazine Tweets That President Trump is Going to Hell

The conservative magazine the Washington Examiner has stood firmly behind President Trump every step of the way. But an early morning tweet from the publication went a little off message. Specifically, the tweet alleges that Trump is “going to hell.”

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A Browser Extension Apparently Stole the Private Facebook Messages of at Least 81,000 Accounts

A new report might make you think twice before installing that next Chrome extension. The private Facebook messages of at least 81,000 people have reportedly been stolen, probably due to an exploit in a browser extension, and compromised accounts are now apparently up for sale for just $0.10 apiece.

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That Viral Photo of Justin Bieber Eating a Burrito Sideways is Totally Fake

Did you see that photo of Justin Bieber eating a burrito like a corn cob? The photo went viral on Facebook, Twitter, and dozens of news sites. But we’ve got some bad news for you, or good news depending on how you look at it. The photo is totally fake.

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Julian Assange Needs Translator Fluent in ‘Australian’ For Lawsuit Against Ecuador

WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange is suing Ecuador, the country that has been protecting him ever since he jumped bail in London on sexual misconduct charges in 2012. Assange claims that Ecuador is violating his rights of asylum by limiting his internet access in the London embassy, but the suit is already off to a…

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