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What entrepreneurs can learn from Paul Allen's Second Law

When Jeff Bezoses and Jack Dorseys jump out of the bow of the ships they sail out, what will happen to them? Where will they go? When Paul Allen, co-founder of Microsoft, who died this week at the age of 65, left the business he started, he traveled around the world. He collected pictures and learned to dive. Diving, he …

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Morris Claiborne, ready for Adam Thielen, says that Jets & # 39; secondary law has "the right to be self-confident in what we do"

Jets Cornerback Morris Claiborne, part of an outdated second, knows the challenges this week with the Viking-wide receiver Adam Thielen waiting. But Claiborne also knows what the Jets' pass defense has done so far this year – 10 interceptions (for the second-best finish in the NFL) and the sixth-lowest quarterback in the league. Although Thielen (league leader) and quarterback Kirk …

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Cannabis shares are the focus of the law

CLOSE Canada becomes the youngest country where marijuana is legalized. Proponents hope that the legislative startup will spread globally. USA TODAY Marijuana plants grow in the Northwest Patient Resource Center's Medical Marijuana Outpatient Clinic on Wednesday October 10, 2012 in Seattle. The state of Washington is about to become the first in the nation to tax over $ 21 for …

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Alleged shooter of 7 law enforcement officers in South Carolina had 129 guns

Breaking News Emails Breaking news alerts and special reports. SUBSCRIBE The suspected of shooting seven law enforcement officers, one fatally, earlier this month in possession of 129 firearms and opened fire with three of them, including " two military-style assault rifles, "Sheriff Leon Lott of Richland County, South Carolina, said at a news conference Tuesday. " This was a planned …

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Georgia Democratic candidate: State law on the fear of voting people

<img src = "https://static.politico.com/dims4/default/f022fdc/2147483647/resize/1160x%3E/quality/90/?url=https%3A%2F%2Fstatic.politico.com % 2F65% 2F78% 2F7f206c5a4f1f9756007a0a748989% 2F181014-abrams-ap-773.jpg "alt =" Stacey Abrams, Democratic candidate for Georgia Governor, answers questions. "Title =" Stacey Abrams, Democratic candidate for Georgia Governor, answers questions. " " Voting should not be a matter of trust in the part of the voters, whether they can trust the system, "said Stacey Abrams, the Democratic candidate for …

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US, human rights groups say UN electoral law leaves perpetrators in

UNITED NATIONS – Human rights groups and the US say new elections to the UN Human Rights Council give a seat to abusive countries where they should be called. 18 countries were elected in a UN General Assembly vote Friday. These include the Philippines, which has received the strongest international condemnation for a deadly drug attack, and Eritrea, which has …

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China Xinjiang okay. Uighur re-education camps in new law

Chinese regional authorities have legally formalized the existence of re-education centers for the country's persecuted Muslim Uighur ethnic minority after Beijing denied that such camps existed. Officials in Xinjiang, the western Chinese region where 11 million Uighurs live, revised a local law to encourage "re-education institutions" to help those "affected by extremism." The new law, which was published on Tuesday, …

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7 law enforcement officers shot dead, one in South Carolina, official says

ATLANTA – Seven police officers were shot dead – at least one of them deadly – in an extraordinary barrage of firepower after authorities on Wednesday tried to ban a search warrant in South Carolina, officials said transforming a residential division into a tragic battlefield [19659002TheepisodeinterruptedbytacticalvehicleevacuationsandaprotractedstalematebetweenabarricadedsuspectandtheauthoritieswasoneofthemostbloodshedAmericanshootingsinrecentyears "They thought it was a random search warrant," Sheriff Kenney Boone of Florence County, …

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Trump Administration Sue's Over California Net Neutrality Law

California Gov. In a statement, Attorney General Jeff Sessions said that the federal. Jerry Brown on Sunday signed a bill for Obama's term-open-internet rules in the state, and the Justice Department responded with a lawsuit. Government, not the states, should have overseen the internet, and California had "enacted an extreme and illegal state law attempting to frustrate federal policy." State …

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