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Microsoft co-founder Paul  Allen dies of cancer at age 65

Ramin Talaie | Corbis Historical | Getty Images. Paul Allen, Co-Founder of Microsoft, speaks during an event at the 92nd Street Y in New York, April 17, 2011. Microsoft Co-Founder Paul Allen has died from complications of non-Hodgkin's lymphoma, Vulcan Inc. said Monday on behalf of his family. Allen passed away Monday afternoon in Seattle at 65 years old, Vulcan said. His sister, Jody, said he was "a remarkable individual on every level.". ... Full story

Ellen's Voice Relaxed Ellie Kemper While Breastfeeding Her Son

Ellie Kemper welcomed a son two years ago, and she admitted to Ellen that she'd watch her talk show and it made breastfeeding her son so much easier. Full story

Woman Is Fired After Video Shows Her Blocking a Black Man From His Condo

First she blocked his entry to the St. Louis building, demanding proof that he lived there. Then she followed him. And then the police showed up. Full story

Ryanair crew 'spent night on airport floor' says union News

Image caption This picture - which the company says was staged - was taken to illustrate the conditions faced by the crew. Four Ryanair crews spent the night on the floor of a Portuguese airport office without food or drink, according to a cabin crew union. Twenty-four crew members were stranded in Malaga airport after their Porto-bound flights were diverted. The SNPVAC union, which represents Portuguese airline crews, says the above photo ... Full story

Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen dies at 65

Get breaking news alerts and special reports. The news and stories that matter, delivered weekday mornings. SUBSCRIBE. Paul Allen, who co-founded software giant Microsoft with Bill Gates before turning his attention to sports and philanthropy, died on Monday, his family said in a statement. He was 65. Allen died in Seattle from complications from non-Hodgkin's lymphoma, according to the statement released by Vulcan Inc, a company Allen founded ... Full story

Will Too Much Love From Trump Be a Bad Thing for a Long Island Congressman?

In a congressional district that tilts right, a Democratic challenger cites the rise of German authoritarianism in the 1930s and parallels to Trump. Full story

Highlight Celebrates 9th Anniversary With Touching Posts And Announcement Of Upcoming Music

Highlight and their fans Light are celebrating their ninth anniversary! The group made their debut on October 16 of 2009 as BEAST, going on to change their name to Highlight after they left Cube Entertainment in 2017 and launched their own independent company Around Us Entertainment. On October 16 at midnight KST, Around Us shared a poster to celebrate the big day, with a photo including all five members — even Yoon Doojoon who appears in a ... Full story

Dell's 49-inch ultra-wide monitor is built for extreme multitasking

You won't find a fast refresh rate or ultra-low latency here (it's a 60Hz screen with a 5ms response time in "fast mode"), so you'll want to look to companies like Samsung if you want an ultra-wide screen primarily for gaming. And like most displays in this class, it's not a modest investment -- you'll have to spend $1,700 when it launches in the US on October 26th. That's more than two modestly-sized 4K displays, and suggests it's ideal mainly ... Full story

Zion.T shares he's a ReVeluv + how Seulgi featured in his new song

Zion.T talked about working with Seulgi for his new song. On October 15, Zion.T held the showcase for his new EP ' '. The Red Velvet member, who featured in Zion.T's new title song " Hello Tutorial ", also made attendance. Zion.T explained how they came to collaborate, saying, "Seulgi has such a nice voice. I believed it'll go along well with this song. And I did what I had to do as a ReVeluv (Red Velvet's official fandom name)," and he praised ... Full story

Koo Jun Hoe names the iKON member he would like to introduce to his sibling

iKON answered fun questions for the 'TMI (Too Much Information)' time on Olleh TV 's ' Amigo TV4 '. First, is asked to name the member he was sorry for lately. He replied, "I'm sorry to all of them in general." The next question asked about the member that his family likes the most. B.I brought laughter as he coolly answered, "Me." The leader also impressed by remembering the birthdays of all iKON members. SEE ALSO: Some netizens are rejecting ... Full story