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British rapper Dave calls UK prime minister racist in powerful BRIT Awards performance

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Anyone who's ever read the words to Dave's raps will know how ridiculously talented a lyricist the guy is.

But during his performance at the BRIT Awards on Tuesday night, he kept one message very plain and simple.

"It is racist, whether or not it feels racist / The truth is, our.. »more

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Watch Justin Bieber and James Corden sing 'Smelly Cat' and arm wrestle for Carpool Karaoke

Wife Guy Justin Bieber and his doomed mustache (RIP) joined Late Late Show host James Corden to "drive" around, belt out some tunes, test out some choreography, talk about whether Biebs could take Tom Cruise in a fight ("I'm dangerous! My agility is insane! I'm the Conor McGregor of entertainment!"),..
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Russia sees jump in cyber theft from bank accounts: central bank

Russia's central bank last year recorded an increase in online theft that saw 6.4 billion roubles ($100.37 million) stolen from private and corporate bank accounts, a bank report published on Wednesday showed.
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The tech product that made Bloomberg rich is a perfect metaphor for his candidacy

As billionaire and former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg attempts to buy (and meme) his way into the hearts of voters in the democratic primaries, there's renewed scrutiny on who this dude is, what he's done, and where he came from.

A good starting point is: How did Bloomberg earn..
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HQ Trivia will 'live on' after all, CEO says

The quizzes will live on — maybe. 

Four days after announcing that HQ Trivia would be shutting down for good, the company's CEO now says the trivia app will "live on," provided the company is able to finalize an acquisition with another unnamed buyer. 

"Friday was a very..
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The greatest gift machine learning ever gave us is this archive of Mark Zuckerberg haircuts
Even the most commonplace of objects, sufficiently decontextualized, has the power to take on new meaning.

We see this, perhaps most famously, with Marcel Duchamp's "Fountain." The so-called readymade sculpture was in fact simply a signed urinal. However, in part by separating it from the..
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