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‘Notorious RBG’ wanted to be a singer. Now, a CD celebrates her life.

The Supreme Court justice’s musical biography was created by her son and daughter-in-law.

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Defending Privacy, Supreme Court Says Warrants Are Generally Needed to Collect Cellphone Location Data

The 5-to-4 decision has implications for all kinds of personal information held by third parties, including email and text messages, internet searches, and bank and credit card records.

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Park system celebrates 150 years with pink flamingo record

Parks officials in Buffalo, New York, are tickled pink over claiming a new world record for having the longest line of garden flamingos .

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Internet sales tax ruling ‘rebalances things’

The National Retail Federation is celebrating what it says is now a level playing field.

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Is Melania Trump using fashion to troll her husband?

The first lady’s ‘I really don’t care jacket’ isn’t the first times she’s appeared to have sent a sartorial signal The internet is arm-deep in ...

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How internet sales tax ruling saves shopping malls, mom and pop retail

The Supreme Court ruling gives states the authority to require online retailers to collect sales tax on out-of-state online purchases.

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Picture of NBA draft pick Lonnie Walker IV's 'floating' hat becomes hilarious meme

Lonnie Walker of the University of Miami Hurricanes became an Internet meme after donning a San Antonio Spurs cap that appeared to float on top of his high hairdo.

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Prince William Celebrates 36th Birthday Away From Wife Kate Middleton, Children

Prince William just turned another year older. On Thursday, the Duke of Cambridge celebrated his 36th birthday. However, he is away from his wife, Kate Middleton, and their three children, Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis, because he has a royal engagement.

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ABC’s Roseanne Spinoff The Conners Has Divided the Internet

Some applauded the move, others were outraged

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California's net neutrality legislation just got watered down in a big way

The move is a blow to Internet activists who sought tougher state rules.

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Summer solstice: Traditions around the world

From Sweden's Midsummer to Eastern Europe's Kupala, the summer solstice celebrates the longest day of the year and the romance that comes with it. ...

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Op-Ed Columnist: The Fourth Great Awakening

Parable-based religion has receded from the public square, replaced by heroic myth, and the competitive virtues it celebrates.

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Sales tax ruling is a win for Main Street and common sense

Supreme Court finally restores equity between internet sales and in-person purchases: Our view         

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New FTC chair wants to look at market power of big internet companies...

New FTC chair wants to look at market power of big internet companies... (Second column, 18th story, link) Related stories:'FACEBOOK taking everything': Rising rents drive out Silicon Valley families... ...

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'FACEBOOK taking everything': Rising rents drive out Silicon Valley families...

'FACEBOOK taking everything': Rising rents drive out Silicon Valley families... (Second column, 17th story, link) ...

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SUPREMES KILL FREE WEB

SUPREMES KILL FREE WEB (Main headline, 1st story, link) Related stories:INTERNET SALES TAX!ONLINE SHOPPERS FACE RECKONING ...

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INTERNET SALES TAX!

INTERNET SALES TAX! (Main headline, 2nd story, link) Related stories:SUPREMES KILL FREE WEBONLINE SHOPPERS FACE RECKONING Advertise here

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Springtime for Internet Taxers

Americans will pay as Justice Kennedy tries to clean up a past mistake.

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Google celebrates summer and winter solstices with pair of doodles - CNET

Whichever season is starting for you, there's a Google Doodle that fits.

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Summer solstice all about sex

In the Northern Hemisphere, the summer solstice has a history of stirring libidos, and it's no wonder.

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Shares of Amazon, Wayfair and Others Hit by the Supreme Court’s Ruling on Internet Sales Taxes

The Supreme Court’s decision to expand states’ ability to tax e-commerce sales hurt many online sellers. Except for the big one.

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Algeria completely turns off Internet to buckle down on exam cheating

Two years ago, schools in Algeria temporarily blocked student access to Facebook and other social media outlets to end cheating on standardized tests.

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April the giraffe may be pregnant again

April the giraffe, who became an internet craze during her last pregnancy in 2017, may be expecting another calf.

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Supreme court rules states can collect sales tax from online retailers

Court overturns pre-internet ruling that had allowed many internet businesses to avoid paying the dutiesThe supreme court ruled on Thursday that states can require online retailers to collect sales tax from customers, overturning an pre-internet ruling that had allowed many internet businesses to avoid paying the duties.The 5-4 ruling Thursday is ...

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Surprise! Some PC games have ad-tracking software installed

A smattering of PC games are tracking where you go and what you do on the internet when you aren't playing. Reddit sleuths have discovered that games including Civilization VI, Elder Scrolls Online, Kerbal Space Program (above), Hunt: Showdown and Wa...

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