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Jezebel Holy Shit, Selena Gomez’s Friend Gave Her a New Kidney This Summer | Deadspin Tom Savage Is Going Back To The Bench And His Agent Isn’t Happy | The Root Ohio Mom Stabbed Boyfriend 6 Times After Finding Him Naked on Top of Her 12-Year-Old Daughter: Report | Splinter Trump Immediately Contradicts Democrats After…Read more...

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With child siblings, there will always be fights over who gets to name the new puppy, who gets to pick out the film for Movie Night, who gets to be the green gingerbread man in Candy Land, and other matters that change as swiftly as one can cry out, “It’s so not fair!” Instead of getting upset, parents can help them…Read more...

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It only took five years since the inductive charging standard’s adoption by nearly every major manufacturer, but Apple has finally added Qi inductive charging (also known as wireless charging) to its mobile devices. Sure, better late than never, but do people need to care about having yet another way to charge their…Read more...

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DOSS’s Bluetooth Speakers, SodaStream, and Thermos Gold Box kick off today’s top deals.Read more...

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iClever’s USB battery pack/car jump starter is more powerful than most at 600A, enough to get the engine turning over in almost any car. And as an added bonus, it supports Quick Charge 2.0 input and output, allowing you to recharge your phone faster, and then refill the battery pack in half the time it would usually…Read more...

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Faking orgasms doesn’t do anyone any favors. It doesn’t feel satisfying for you; if anything, it detracts from your experience because you’re more focused on faking convincingly than on enjoying yourself. It doesn’t help your partner learn what you actually need to feel pleasure, much less reach orgasm. And in a…Read more...

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Today only in Amazon’s Gold Box, a trio of DOSS Bluetooth speakers are about $10-$15 off their regular prices.Read more...

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This Amazon Gold Box is ostensibly meant as a back-to-school Thermos sale, but several items in there could appeal to adults who want to pack lunch for work.Read more...

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Some people can’t live without their coffee, but for me, it’s fizzy water. Today only in Amazon’s Gold Box, you can get a SodaStream Genesis from Amazon for $59, complete with a small starter CO2 canister, and a mail-in rebate for a free full-sized starter canister, and two carbonating bottles (worth nearly $20 by…Read more...

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The first time you have to make a doctor’s appointment for yourself can make you wish for the days—perhaps not long ago—when Mom or Dad did all this for you. And if you’re the parent in this scenario, it might be hard to step back. Here’s a guide to help young adults take charge of their health care.Read more...

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Anker’s original SoundBuds were our readers’ favorite affordable Bluetooth headphones, but they’ve since spawned an entire line of earbuds to fit every budget and lifestyle.Read more...

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Deadspin Good Job, ESPN | The Slot Hillary Clinton’s What Happened Is Whatever You Want It to Be | Splinter Democrats, Attack! | The Root White Man Who Yelled ‘Shut Up, Slave!’ at Black Man During Altercation at Chicago Starbucks Now Faces Hate Crime Charges |Read more...

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The heart rate monitoring features of the Apple Watch got a shout-out at yesterday’s event: the new watch will monitor more heartbeat-related metrics and Apple will partner with AmWell and Stanford for a medical study. But at the same time, heart rate app Cardiogram was quietly tracking how users reacted to the day’s…Read more...

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Sports channels are a must-have for many television viewers, but for those who aren’t interesting in watching any sporting events, their inclusion in a television streaming plan can drive the price up. Now The Wall Street Journal reports that a few networks are in talks to launch a streaming service for non-sports…Read more...

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I don’t know how you do it, is something that parents of many kids—say, three or more—often hear.Read more...

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Cal Henderson is the co-founder and CTO of Slack, the leading workplace messaging platform, which Henderson’s team invented while trying to build an online game called Glitch. That wasn’t the first time Henderson and his Slack co-founder Stewart Butterfield set out to build a game and ended up with a startup. In the…Read more...

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Welcome back to Mid-Week Meditations, Lifehacker’s weekly dip into the pool of stoic wisdom, and how you can use its waters to reflect on and improve your life.Read more...

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Starting tomorrow, Olive Garden lovers will once again get the chance to purchase the Never Ending Pasta Pass, which—for $100—sends one on an eight-week, pasta, breadstick, and salad quest. Fifty lucky people will also have the chance to go to Italy for just $100 more.Read more...

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This week’s study on alcohol in pregnancy got spun both ways: light drinking is totally safe according to some some news stories, a definite no-no in others. Sorry, but this one’s a buzzkill. Read more...

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The founders of Bodega, the new vending machine startup that wants to replace convenience stores, probably didn’t expect the internet to immediately and vociferously hate them. But they should have. The headline of their launch-day article in Fast Company—“Two Ex-Googlers Want To Make Bodegas And Mom-And-Pop Corner…Read more...

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There are a number of nefarious activities to watch out for when your Social Security number has been compromised. With the recent Equifax data breach, you might be wondering how to tell if a thief is using your stolen information.Read more...

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You don’t always want to bring your laptop if you’re heading out for a day trip, but your phone’s minuscule screen will only do so much for you. Tablets exist, after all. They’re the Goldilocks of consumer electronics: large enough to get some work done, small enough to carry around wherever you go. Plus, they fit…Read more...

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The internet is inherently deceptive. While I know most of you assume I write from a luxurious, sumptuously upholstered cabin in a perpetually globe-circling zeppelin, the truth is that I’m usually stationed on a damp mattress crammed into the back of a wrecked Econoline. In much the same way, a car buying website…Read more...

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Klaxon-level trouble. The decennial census, that once-every-ten-years count of the American population, is drastically underfunded. And what happens if it’s underfunded? A lot of people don’t get counted, so they don’t get what they need in terms of hospitals, schools, roads, emergency services, healthcare, social…Read more...

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Let’s say you want to plan an epic trip to Spain and you have loads of credit card points but you’re juuuuuuust shy of a free flight. American Express recently launched a solution: what they call “Fly Now, Earn Later.”Read more...

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