Day: April 15, 2018

Tess Torelli April 15, 2018

“2018 is shaping up as a referendum on President Donald Trump,” Democratic pollster Peter Hart of Hart Research Associates, who conducted the poll with Republican pollster Bill McInturff of Public Opinion Strategies, told NBC News. Democrats have a seven-point lead over Republicans on the generic congressional ballot for this fall’s midterm elections, the poll said, […]

Tess Torelli April 15, 2018

If you think of the web like an iceberg, you have the surface web up top. It’s the internet you see and use every day and consists of all the websites indexed by traditional search engines like Google. It’s where you shop on Amazon and listen to music on Spotify. What’s submerged is the deep […]

Tess Torelli April 15, 2018

Millions of South Africans said an emotional goodbye to anti-apartheid icon Winnie Madikizela-Mandela on Saturday during her official funeral, with supporters fiercely defending her complex legacy. Thousands of mourners packed a 40,000-seat stadium to celebrate the powerful figure who will be buried as a national hero, after lively debate over how she should be remembered […]

Tess Torelli April 15, 2018

Lauber said that McDonald’s doesn’t expect its employees to stay with the company forever, but the benefits of having veteran employees stay on staff, even as they work toward a new career, is invaluable to the company. And for those that stay on with the company, there is opportunity for growth internally. The same is […]

Tess Torelli April 15, 2018

By now you’ve probably gathered that Facebook uses things like your interest, age and other demographic and geographic information to help advertisers reach you. Then there’s the stuff your friends do and like — the idea being that it’s a good indicator for what you might do and like. So, if you have a friend […]

Vinnyd April 15, 2018

This episode originally aired at 9:30 p.m. ET on 1/01/18 on the College Football by Chat Sports Facebook page: — click the link to watch more future content live! In a special edition of College Football Daily we have your Rose Bowl recap. The first-ever meeting between the historic college football programs of #2 Oklahoma […]

Tess Torelli April 15, 2018

Philadelphia’s police commissioner on Saturday defended the arrest of two black men as they sat in a Starbucks coffee shop, and said his officers had to act after Starbucks employees told them the pair were trespassing. Video of Thursday’s incident, which was taken by an onlooker and shared widely online, showed other patrons telling officers […]