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Suzy reported to be leaving JYP Entertainment

Suzy is reportedly leaving JYP Entertainment . An insider told Ilgan Sports , " Suzy's contract with JYP Entertainment will end on March 31st. She won't be renewing her contract, but moving somewhere else. ". Suzy debuted with miss A back in 2010. In March 2017, her contract with JYP Entertainment ended, but she renewed for another two years. It's been reported that the two parties have decided to go separate ways without renewing the contract. Full story

Kamala Harris: Our teacher pay gap is a national failure. Here’s how we can fix it.

Sen. Kamala D. Harris (D-Calif.) at a campaign rally at Morehouse College on Sunday in Atlanta. (Curtis Compton/AP). Kamala D. Harris represents California in the Senate and is running for the Democratic presidential nomination. We must acknowledge this simple truth: We are a country that claims to care about education, but not so much about the education of other people’s children. At the most fundamental level, our children are being raised ... Full story

Can President Trump block his critics on Twitter? Federal appeals court will consider that today.

President Donald Trump spoke with reporters at the White House on Sunday. (Alex Brandon/AP). President Trump’s Twitter habits are up for argument Tuesday morning, as federal judges consider whether he and other elected officials can block critical voices from their social media accounts. Justice Department lawyers, defending the president, say the @realDonaldTrump account is Trump’s personal platform to share his views, not an extension of the ... Full story

This student withdrew from prom court to clear the way for his friend, who has autism, to win prom king

Being named prom king is the ultimate statement of teen popularity, often the peak of high school for kids who are crowned. When Shaun Mabanta, 18, found out he was on the prom court — one of four seniors on the ballot at Liberty High School near Las Vegas — he immediately went to the prom committee and asked to be taken off. Mabanta instead wanted his friend Edgar Hernandez to take his place. Hernandez, 18, who has autism, accepted. The two ... Full story

Petra Kvitova: Man who stabbed tennis star jailed for eight years

Image caption Petra Kvitova's left hand was injured in the struggle to free herself. The man who stabbed tennis champion Petra Kvitova in her home in the Czech Republic has been sentenced to eight years in jail, local media report. Radim Zondra, 33, went to her house in December 2016 saying he needed to inspect the boiler. He then grabbed Kvitova from behind and held a knife to her throat. She suffered severe wounds to her left hand in the ... Full story

Huawei unveils the P30 and P30 Pro

Huawei held a press conference today in Paris. And the company just unveiled its brand new flagship phone — the P30 and the P30 Pro. In many ways, this year’s update is a continuation of the P20 series — but everything has been upgraded. I played with both devices for a bit of time yesterday, here’s my experience. While Huawei’s sub-brand Honor has switched to a hole-punch design , Huawei is keeping the good old notch for its flagship device. ... Full story

Purdue Pharma, state of Oklahoma reach settlement in landmark opioid lawsuit

The Purdue Pharma offices in Stamford, Conn. The company, which has made billions of dollars selling the prescription painkiller OxyContin, has settled a lawsuit with the state of Oklahoma and will pay more than $200 million to create an addiction center and compensate local jurisdictions for the effects of the opioid crisis. (Douglas Healey/AP). Purdue Pharma and the state of Oklahoma have agreed to settle a lawsuit over the drugmaker’s role ... Full story

When it comes to negotiating with China, the devil is in the details

President Trump chats with Chinese President Xi Jinping during a welcome ceremony at the Great Hall of the People in Beijing on Nov. 9, 2017. (Andy Wong/AP). President Trump may soon have himself a deal. After years of criticizing China for “ ripping us off ” with “ unfair trade practices ,” and after a months-long trade war involving more than $360 billion in two-way tariffs, Trump is optimistic about announcing an economic accord with Chinese ... Full story

Duke settles research misconduct case, agrees to pay U.S. government $112.5 million

Duke University campus. (iStock). Duke University has agreed to pay $112.5 million to the U.S. government to settle a lawsuit alleging that a research technician falsified data for several years to obtain federal grants, university officials announced Monday. Attorneys for the whistleblower in the case called it the largest-ever recovery for research grant fraud challenged under the federal False Claims Act. A former employee of Duke raised ... Full story

Why NASA Cancelled The First All-Female Spacewalk

NASA astronaut Anne McClain during a spacewalk on March 22, 2019. NASA. Cries of discrimination and jokes about gender dominated social media Tuesday (March 26) after NASA announced it would cancel the first all-female spacewalk planned for this week. The reason, actually, was a simple matter of safety. What happened? Originally, rookie astronauts Anne McClain and Christina Koch were supposed to head "outside" the International Space Station to ... Full story