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"You Are Being Programmed", Former Facebook Executive Warns

Chamath Palihapitiya, a former Facebook executive who left the company in 2011, says he feels "tremendous guilt" over his work on "tools that are ripping apart the fabric of how society works". In an interview published by Axios on November 9, Facebook's founding president Sean Parker said he and other social media pioneers were conscious of that and continued to develop the products anyway.


Lt. Gov. Tina Smith to replace Franken in Senate

Lt. Gov. Tina Smith to replace Franken in Senate

Al Franken until a special election in November, setting up his long-time and trusted adviser for a potentially bruising 2018 election. Dayton picked Smith, who was his chief of staff, to be his running mate as he began the campaign for a second term.


Omarosa to leave White House

Omarosa to leave White House

Although one of the most prominent African Americans in the Trump administration, raking in $179,700 a year, colleagues often questioned her role in the White House. She had previously served in the office of Vice President Al Gore during Bill Clinton 's administration. Omarosa married Florida pastor John Allen Newman in April during her tenure at the White House.


Bigg Boss 11: Why is Hiten Tejwani dressed up as Arshi Khan?

Bigg Boss 11: Why is Hiten Tejwani dressed up as Arshi Khan?

Then he said Hina always hides her age. This time the feeling is "cry", repeatedly repeating the name of his good friend Rocky Jaiswal, and before trying to leave the house, Rocky attempted to investigate the control of Hina, whispering him.


Man charged with attempted murder after ISP trooper shot in head

Man charged with attempted murder after ISP trooper shot in head

Evans, a trooper with the department since October 2016, was grazed in the head but managed to return fire. Trooper Kays was then able to get back to his police auto and chase Kays a short distance, but Kays escaped. "He was shot last night in Jeffersonville". The stop, which was reportedly based on a traffic infraction, involved a gray 1999 Chevrolet Silverado pick-up truck driven by 79-year-old Oscar Kays of Jeffersonville.