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Amy Poehler Asks A Critic Of Women's Sports, 'Really!?!'

Unfortunately for Sports Illustrated analyst Andy Benoit, two people who noticed his dismissal of the Women's World Cup were Amy Poehler and Seth Meyers.
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Thousands Of Cab Drivers Clog France's Roads To Protest Uber

Some 2,800 taxi drivers are reportedly taking part in the protest, as taxi drivers form virtual blockades around airports and key train stations.
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For Online Video Stars, YouTube Is No Longer The Only Stage

Online video is such a huge and lucrative market that a lot of companies are trying to lure some of the biggest stars away from the current king of medium — YouTube.
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Federal Employees Criticize Government Response To Massive Data Breach

Federal workers are furious after the huge data breach of sensitive information. Some complain letters are going to the wrong name or address, compounding their anger over government incompetence.
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OPM Chief Again Grilled On Data Hack

Katherine Archuleta says she is "not comfortable" with estimates that more than 18 million current and former federal workers could be affected.
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Gmail Now Features A Way To Ease Sender's Remorse

Once tucked away in Google's "Labs" space for beta testing, the "Undo Send" option now gives users 5 to 30 seconds after sending an email to change their minds.
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#StreetsAndBeats: How Do Cops And Communities Build Trust?

Michel Martin hosts a live storytelling event around police and community relations in Los Angeles. Join the online conversation by using #StreetsAndBeats.
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What's Trending On Instagram? A Battle With Twitter

Instagram wants to be a source for your news. The photo-sharing app is rolling out an update that features trending tags and a beefed-up search tool that should help it compete with Twitter.
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State Department Computer Glitch Creates A Visa Nightmare

The problem has had a wide impact, keeping farmworkers, Ultimate Fighting Championship athletes and foreign students from entering the U.S. The agency has 100 experts working on a fix.
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Solar-Powered Plane's Japan-Hawaii Flight Is Postponed

The Solar Impulse, an aircraft that generates power solely from the sun's energy, will leave on a trip of some 115 hours between Nagoya, Japan, and Hawaii.

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