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Rivals Hamilton, Vettel clash as Ricciardo wins chaotic race

Stroll also had to drink from one of Ricciardo's race shoes, a jovial punishment the Australian driver likes to inflict on others. But Sebastian Vettel of Ferrari was given a penalty for unsafe driving and Lewis Hamilton of Mercedes had to stop due to his headrest coming loose and presenting a safety issue.


Disneyland devotee visits park for 2000 days in a row

Disneyland devotee visits park for 2000 days in a row

When asked why he started Reitz stated, "It was something to do to keep things fun". How can he afford to go every day considering the ticket prices can top more than $100 a day? Reitz doesn't know how long he'll keep making daily visits to the park but notes his current annual pass is good until next January.


Google to stop scanning Gmail for creating targeted ads

Google to stop scanning Gmail for creating targeted ads

Google is referring people to its paid business email model, titled 'G Suite , ' as a reference point for how Gmail will provide ads to its users from now on. Instead, ads will be generated based on details taken from other sources, including YouTube videos users watch, CNN reported . The tech giant said it would stop the ad-driven scanning of Gmail later this year.


Meira Kumar a diplomat-turned-politician

Meira Kumar a diplomat-turned-politician

Bihar JD (U) president Basistha Narayan Singh repeated the party's decision to support Kovind and made it clear that there was no going back on it. "It should not become an issue of confrontation", he told reporters after visiting Prasad's residence in the evening to attend an Iftar party where he was warmly greeted by the host and deputy chief minister Tejawsi Yadav.



Donald Trump: Russia election interference 'big Dem HOAX'

Officials with the Department of Homeland Security and Federal Bureau of Investigation told the Senate Intelligence Committee on Wednesday that Russian Federation targeted the election systems of 21 states previous year. The U.S. intelligence community has accused the Kremlin of being behind the hack that led to thousands of emails being released through WikiLeaks. The tweets were sent two days after White House press secretary Sean Spicer refused to say if the president supports ...


Who loves him more? Trump's cabinet members gush at meeting

Who loves him more? Trump's cabinet members gush at meeting

On Monday, President Donald Trump's second White House cabinet meeting (and the first one open to the press) turned freakish really quickly. "We thank you for the opportunity and blessing.to serve your agenda", White House chief of staff Reince Priebus said in remarks that were echoed by other senior members of the administration .