Mark Zuckerberg help underserved communities

(Reuters) – Facebook founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg and his wife Priscilla Chan have pledged $120 million to Bay Area schools to help underserved communities in San Francisco, the two wrote in an essay to the San Jose Mercury News.
The announcement, made in the Bay Area paper on Thursday night, marks Zuckerberg’s latest charitable donation…

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Is Prince William Returning To Work?

Is Prince William Returning to Work as a Pilot Before Focusing on Royal Duties Full-time?
Is Prince William headed back into the pilot seat? Rumors are swirling that Prince George’s papa is thinking about going back to work before presuming his duties as a fulltime royal. The Duke of Cambridge stepped down from his post as…

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Memorial Day Weekend

US honors veterans over Memorial Day weekend

Brokers Need More Transparency

Big data and the growth of services that help us make sense of it are some of the more interesting developments of our connected world, but in some cases they can be also some of the more scary, with companies collecting billions of data points that speak to every aspect of what we do online.…

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LG Electronics

LG Electronics has announced its latest flagship smartphone, taking another step in the arms race between LG and other Android vendors over swanky hardware specs. The G3, which is marketed under the tagline that “Simple is the new smart,” has an quad-HD display and 13 megapixel camera with laser-auto focus that focuses on an image…

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Russia’s Interests In Ukraine

ST. PETERSBURG, Russia (AP) — President Vladimir Putin accused the West on Saturday of ignoring Russia’s interests in Ukraine, in particular by leaving open the possibility that Ukraine could one day join NATO.
“Where is the guarantee that, after the forceful change of power, Ukraine will not tomorrow end up in NATO?” Putin told senior representatives…

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Troops In Afghanistan

USA To Keep 9800 Troops In Afghanistan
WASHINGTON (AP) — Senior administration officials say President Barack Obama will seek to keep 9,800 U.S. troops in Afghanistan after the war formally ends later this year.
Nearly all of those forces are to be out by the end of 2016, as Obama finishes his second term.
The two-year plan is…

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