A tale of two handshakes — why France's Macron works well with Trump and Germany's Merkel doesn't

  1. A tale of two handshakes — why France’s Macron works well with Trump and Germany’s Merkel doesn’t  Washington Post
  2. ‘Start Here’: Iran deal on the menu at state dinner for French president  ABC News
  3. Live stream: President Trump, French President Macron hold joint press conference  USA TODAY
  4. What do Trump and Macron want from each other?  CNN
  5. First State Dinner: A Chance For Melania Trump To Put Her Stamp On The White House  NPR
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Battlefield V battle royale prototype in the works at DICE

  1. Battlefield V battle royale prototype in the works at DICE  VentureBeat
  2. There Are Now A Ton Of Meteors In ‘Fortnite: Battle Royale’ In Addition To The Comet  Forbes
  3. Fortnite’s Guided Missile Has Been Removed (For Real This Time)  GameSpot
  4. Fortnite Earns $25 Million in Its First Month on Mobile, Could Surpass $500 Million This Year – Sensor Tower  Sensor Tower
  5. Games Inbox: Multiplayer-only Call Of Duty, Battlefield 5 Battle Royale, and F-Zero on Switch  Metro
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Chrome Finally Mutes Autoplay Videos by Default—Here's How to Make Sure It Works

  1. Chrome Finally Mutes Autoplay Videos by Default—Here’s How to Make Sure It Works  Gizmodo
  2. Chrome 66 rolls out: Autoplay video silenced by default plus 62 bugs fixed  ZDNet
  3. Microsoft claims to make Chrome safer with new extension  Ars Technica
  4. Site Isolation – The Chromium Projects  The Chromium Projects
  5. Chrome 66 arrives with autoplaying content blocked by default  VentureBeat
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Parts of IRS tax payment site crashes, as agency works to resolve issue

  1. Parts of IRS tax payment site crashes, as agency works to resolve issue  CNBC
  2. The IRS website for filing tax returns is experiencing technical issues as the filing deadline looms  Business Insider
  3. IRS “Direct Pay” option not working on Tax Day  CBS News
  4. Americans hate the idea that others are cheating on their taxes more than they hate paying taxes  NBCNews.com
  5. The IRS Really Needs Some New Computers  Bloomberg
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Philadelphia Starbucks manager 'no longer works' at location where cops arrested two black men as protests continue

  1. Philadelphia Starbucks manager ‘no longer works’ at location where cops arrested two black men as protests continue  New York Daily News
  2. Starbucks manager who made call resulting in black men’s arrests no longer works for company  ABC News
  3. Starbucks to train workers on ‘unconscious bias,’ CEO says  Chicago Tribune
  4. Starbucks, fire the employee who called the police on black men | Jenice Armstrong  Philly.com
  5. Cafe shut down after protesters enter, chanting, ‘Starbucks coffee is anti-black!’  CNN
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Gmail's New Confidential Mode May Let Users Send “Self-Destructing” Emails & Here's How It Works

  1. Gmail’s New Confidential Mode May Let Users Send “Self-Destructing” Emails & Here’s How It Works  Bustle
  2. New Gmail Update: Leaks Show Self-Destructing Messages, Snooze Feature, Design Changes  Newsweek
  3. Gmail is set to get a major update  Washington Post
  4. There is need for internet that we can control  Daily Nation
  5. Gmail is switching its default font to one that works better on mobile  Quartz
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Gmail is switching its default font to one that works better on mobile

  1. Gmail is switching its default font to one that works better on mobile  Quartz
  2. Gmail.com redesign includes self-destructing emails  Ars Technica
  3. There Might Be a New Self-Destructing Message Feature in the Gmail Revamp  Gizmodo
  4. Google to launch new Gmail design in the coming weeks  The Verge
  5. This Gmail Will Self Destruct: Confidential Mode Is Coming  Tom’s Guide
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Mark Zuckerberg Refuses to Admit How Facebook Works: Gadfly

  1. Mark Zuckerberg Refuses to Admit How Facebook Works: Gadfly  Washington Post
  2. Facebook has gotten so big that no one can understand it, and it could be a good reason to break it up  Business Insider
  3. Shadow profiles: Facebook has information you didn’t hand over  CNET
  4. Why Facebook’s 2011 Promises Haven’t Protected Users  WIRED
  5. Time to delete Facebook? How to take a social media break  USA TODAY
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