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We've become normalized to Trump's tweets. Not this one.

Nowadays, it takes a lot for Americans to become incensed about Trump's tweets. We need at least one World War threat or nuclear weapon tangent to wake up and realize we're seconds away from doomsday. The President still has that magical ability to
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Over 29 million Americans got up early to watch the Royal Wedding live

Even though Meghan Markle is marrying into the British royal family, she still has an army of American supporters. 29.2 million Americans tuned in to watch Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's wedding  live on Saturday, according to Deadline with
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The fascinating thing Americans were Googling during the royal wedding

Nothing makes a wedding more magical than drilling down into some search engine data. Real fairy-tale stuff. SEE ALSO: Bishop Michael Curry brought passion and fire to the Royal Wedding Google trends released some stats pertaining to people's Google
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Kimmel asked passers-by to name any book, and it went spectacularly badly

Prompted by some recent stats from the Pew Research Center about how many books Americans read, Jimmy Kimmel decided to do some investigating. SEE ALSO: Celebrities reading texts from their moms is hilariously awkward According to the study, about
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Sugary cereal is the unsatisfying food I'll love forever

Like most Americans, it takes me at least five bowls of cereal to feel anything close to satisfied. And then, despite everything I've worked for, I'm still forced to eat some rancid-ass banana to satisfy my residual starvation pangs. What a
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The U.S. Government Accuses Two Chinese Phone Makers of Spying on Americans - Here's Why We Think It's Bullsh*t

The CIA, NSA, and FBI are accusing the Chinese government of using Huawei and ZTE phones to spy on Americans. The thing is, there's no hardcore evidence. Even though the company denied these allegations, they need to show their customers that their
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New DOJ task force is sure to solve American cybersecurity problems

Nothing says cutting-edge digital badassery like a government cybersecurity task force, amirite? On Tuesday, Attorney General Jeff Sessions announced the creation of a new, special cybersecurity task force aimed at combatting global threats and
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Facebook data is powering Stanford economist's American inequality study

Facebook is sharing some of your financial secrets with the world's leading researchers. The tech giant has offered up some of its massive treasure trove of personal data to academia. Stanford economics professor Raj Chetty has been leading a team
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It's time for Huawei to prove its phones aren't spying on Americans

Huawei, the second-largest phone maker in the world, needs to do something fast if it ever wants to gain a foothold in the U.S. and potentially become the world's largest phone maker one day. The Chinese company can't get U.S. carriers to sell its