Adweek
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Arnold Worldwide's first global chief creative officer, Jim Elliott, is leaving after just over two years on the job. The agency will not immediately replace Elliott, and he does not appear to have accepted a position elsewhere. Elliott's departure comes amid a string of changes by parent company Havas, which recently announced a plan to...
Mashable
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Washington Free Beacon
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After claiming for months he had five years of experience as a congressional national security staffer with top-secret clearance, Georgia Democrat Jon Ossoff has now admitted that he had clearance for just five months. Since Ossoff announced his campaign to fill the seat vacated by Tom Price earlier this year, he has leaned on his supposed five years as a "national security aide with top-secret clearance." The claim has been made in campaign ads , during campaign events , and even in his campaign announcement . The Washington Free Beacon reported last week that Ossoff's claim was dubious. Ossoff was a 19-year-old student at Georgetown University when he began working as a part-time staffer for Rep. Hank Johnson (D., Ga.), but security clearances are generally granted only to permanent staffers. He was not made a full-time staffer for another two years.
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TechCrunch
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Googles desire for its search engine to become more deeply integrated into the iOS operating system got a big push today the company says that its previously standalone keyboard app Gboard is now being bundled with its main iOS Search app. This change was announced alongside a handful of new features, including also support for an array of 3D Touch options and a new Google Read More
KyivPost
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The late Muhammad Ali is getting the Ken Burns treatment. The PBS documentarian announced March 28 that he and two partners will make a two-part, four-hour film about the former heavyweight champ, who died last June. Burns, his daughter Sarah and David McMahon collaborated for a PBS documentary on Jackie Robinson that debuted last year. Read more here. The post Associated Press: Documentarian Ken Burns making film on Muhammad Ali appeared first on KyivPost .
Deadline
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Darlene Cates , who starred as the housebound mother in What's Eating Gilbert Grape ?, has died. Cates died in her sleep Sunday morning at her home in Forney, Texas. She was 69. Her daughter Sherri Cates Morgan announced her mother's death on Facebook (see below). In the announcement, Morgan wrote "We take comfort in knowing that she is no longer in pain and is in the arms of our Heavenly Father. Cates is best known for her role of Bonnie Grape, the housebound, overweight...
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Bar Rafaeli has announced she is expecting her second child [Getty] The 31 year old made the happy announcement on Instagram, as she showed the start of her baby bump. Posing to the side, the Israeli-born model and actress lifted her top up to show off her tummy. Going make-up free, the blonde beauty flaunted her naturally stunning features, and let her glossy hair fall around her shoulders. She wrote to her 2.5 million followers: "Something's ...
Deadline
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Deadline
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TLC unveiled its 2017-2018 programming lineup today during its upfront presentation in New York, headlined by the announced return of Trading Spaces , one of its most iconic and successful series to date. Based on the BBC TV series Changing Rooms , Emmy-nominated Trading Spaces ran for eight seasons on TLC and Discovery Home from 2000-2008. The series, which featured two sets of neighbors redecorating one room in each other's home, was generally credited with sparking a...
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Digital Trends
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Instant photography is still a thing, and one of the biggest players in that game right now is Fujifilm. The firm's Instax line has been a favorite of consumers, and the firm announced its latest addition - the new Instax Mini 9. The post The Instax Mini 9 Is Fujifilm's latest instant-photograph party favor appeared first on Digital Trends .
Voice Of America
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Voice Of America
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Opponents of the program argue that tax evaders are essentially rewarded for flouting the law. Last fall, there were large worker protests in Jakarta against tax amnesty, and most of the country’s labor unions have vocally opposed the policy. The International Monetary Fund also expressed doubts about the program. “We were a little skeptical with the implementation of tax amnesty anywhere, but we hope we are wrong in Indonesia," said IMF’s Luis Bereu. On Monday, the Directorate General of Taxation announced it was devotingspecial attention” to pursuing several members of a Forbes list of the richest Indonesians who have not yet registered for tax amnesty. Prastowo suggested another reason why the funds may eventually fall short of their potential — the hardline rallies that gripped Jakarta last November and December, against the city’s Chinese Christian governor.
Mashable
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Sorry to ruin your lives, but Crayola is acting ~cray~ and we really need to address it. Last week, the beloved art supply company that fueled all of your childhood creativity announced it would be doing something huge on March 31 (a.k.a. National Crayon Day). Handing out free art supplies? Organizing the world's largest craft mob? NOPE. For the first time in over one hundred years, Crayola decided it's time to retire a color from its classic, iconic 24-count box of crayons. SEE ALSO: This App Makes Coloring Books Come to Life The company casually announced its ruthless decision on its social media platforms as though it wouldn't crush anyone who has ever colored outside the lines or dared to dream. My gosh. Then, Crayola had the audacity to announce it would be live-streaming the madness and holding an event in New York's Times Square to really celebrate this tragedy. Read more... More about Lifestyle , Childhood , Conversations , Art , and Crayons
Nottingham Evening Post
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Pizza, chicken nuggets, fish fingers and chips are most children's favourite foods. So how would a group of under threes get on with more exotic flavours such as sushi, seaweed and dim sum at Nottingham's all-you-can-eat buffet chain restaurant Cosmo? Cosmo was keen to see how adventurous pre-school youngsters would be when faced with foods they weren't familiar with at the restaurant in Milton Street . Would they tuck in or refuse to try?Read more: Date announced for Nottingham's indoor...
Daily Mail - Home
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A reformulated KitKat is to appear on shelves from next week containing more milk and cocoa as part of efforts to reduce sugar, Nestle has announced.
Sputnik International
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The Hill
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Digital Trends
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Digital Trends
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Final Fantasy XIV's free trial will no longer use a time limit, Square Enix announced on Tuesday. It will instead let all players reach level 35 across a variety of character classes. The game's next expansion is out in June. The post Final Fantasy XIV' free trial lets gamers play indefinitely until level 35 appeared first on Digital Trends .
The Economic Times
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