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· The best smart beds of 2020, according to sleep experts →
Natasha Stokes is a London-based technology writer focusing on new tech and how it can impact everyday life.
· Transcript: Into Joy Reid's Primetime Moment →
This weekend, we mourned an icon who spent his life fighting for civil and human rights.
The New York Times
· Experiencing War Far From the Battlefield →
Her letters tell a rich, multilayered story — a wealthy and bright young woman’s day-by-day experience in London during the war, the growth of her love for a young man and her insider’s view of a fascinating slice of upper-class Jewish life in mid-20th-century England.
· Midsomer Murders star John Nettles opens up on what he really thought of replacement →
“We look forward to our new Barnaby tackling more murder and mayhem in Midsomer,” he explained and over the past nine years, the Life of Riley star has done so.
· Cronos Group Inc. (CRON) CEO Mike Gorenstein on Q2 2020 Results - Earnings Call Transcript →
We’ve also seen the profound impact our products have in our consumers’ everyday lives.
The New York Times
· 9 New Books We Recommend This Week →
“The writing is fun, interesting and credible, that of a science journalist trying to make sense of the biology of bodies and how they work in daily life,” Rob Dunn writes, reviewing “Clean” alongside two other books about pathogens.
· Josh Norman Says Bills Have Best Secondary in NFL: Hyde, Poyer Underrated →
No you guys are selfish for thinking that football is bigger than life.
· IPO Launch: PainReform Finalizes U.S. IPO Plan →
No existing shareholders have indicated an interest to purchase shares at the IPO price, a common feature of life science IPOs.
· Princess Beatrice wedding: Hidden detail in photo reveals new role - Can YOU spot it? →
“Wishing them a life filled with love and happiness [sic].”
· Why Twitter and Facebook blocking Trump’s posts could actually help him stay in the White House →
One thing you regularly hear from Trump supporters, whether lukewarm or strident, is that he “says what I’m thinking.” Lies about the number of illegal ballots cast or lies of rampant rioting at Black Lives Matter protests resonate with people in Middle America who desperately want and believe those things to be true.