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Save on Master & Dynamic MW07 Plus, Peak Design backpacks, and more

Some days yield more deals than others, and today is one of those days. Starting things off are the Master & Dynamic MW07 Plus truly wireless headphones , which are seeing their first big discount at Best Buy. Normally $300, they’re $240 . In my review, I enjoyed their noise cancellation effect and fantastic sound performance, and they have a unique look. I considered the high price as one of their biggest weaknesses, especially since the ... Full story

Coronavirus hype leads New York’s top lawyer to probe Zoom over security

Zoom, the free conference calling app that’s found booming popularity amongst both users and stock traders during the coronavirus COVID-19 pandemic, has now drawn the attention of New York attorney general, Laetitia James. James’ office sent the company a letter on Monday that requested the startup provide details of additional steps its taken to protect new users, which are especially important considering Zoom’s rough history with security ... Full story

'No magic solution': Lawrence Wong on why Singapore is not locked down amid COVID-19 outbreak

SINGAPORE: There is no “magic solution” to the COVID-19 outbreak in Singapore, and a series of brakes are needed to handle the situation, said National Development Minister Lawrence Wong on Tuesday (Mar 31). When asked at a press conference why Singapore has not been locked down, Mr Wong said: “There is a view, I think, that people sometimes say, ‘why don’t you just … don’t have to wait, just go for the drastic measures now, go for the ... Full story

It's Cowboys night on Football Week in America - ProFootballTalk

How ’bout them Cowboys, indeed. Tuesday’s installment of Football Week in America on NBCSN consists of a Dallas doubleheader. First, it’s Tony Romo’s debut as a starting quarterback from 2006, against the Panthers. Then comes the first game ever played at Cowboys Stadium in 2009, a wild, back-and-forth rivalry game against the Giants that resulted in the ordinarily mild-mannered Eli Manning defacing a concrete column in the locker room. Al ... Full story

A 20-Minute Guided Meditation To Help You Deal With Uncertainty

In Shamanism, we call these times of uncertainty or unknown "the void." We know this realm holds massive positive power for unlocking dormant gifts and love within you, to expanding into greater possibilities for your life, and raising your perspective to higher grounds that support a rebirth into your grandest self . This passageway oftentimes requires courage, perseverance, and trust. But if we hold the new line and can find spaces to remain ... Full story

Why I’m staying in New York: A coronavirus crisis pledge

The first “Why I’m Leaving New York” personal essay probably appeared in 1967, when Joan Didion penned her iconic “Goodbye to All That.” While Didion set the standard, more recently such essays have become so prevalent, they are . “All that” was before the pandemic. For the past several days, New York City has become a markedly different place. It doesn’t resemble the city any of those essays chronicled. Pedestrians are absent from sidewalks ... Full story

Rob Cesternino: "News AF LIVE

Rob Cesternino (@robcesternino). I spend way too much time talking about #Survivor, #BigBrother, #CelebApprentice & Reality TV on Rob Has a Podcast (#RHAP). Leave me a message at 1-323-282-RHAP Full story

Policemen fight court ruling to pay victims of illegal arrest

- Steven Nzaku was arrested and charged with creating disturbance in a police station, while the others petitioners were charged with being idle and disorderly. - The 19 petitioners argued that their right to representation was infringed upon by the arrest and detention of their advocate. Advertisement. ​ By JOSEPH WANGUI. The habit of enforcing arbitrary arrests and illegal detentions by the security agencies has put seven police officers at ... Full story

Pa. Sheetz closes as busy convenience stores see more employees hit with coronavirus

More and more, coronavirus is finding still-busy convenience stores a convenient target -- first Wawa and now Sheetz. After reporting that as many as a dozen Wawa stores in Pa. and New Jersey had been closed for deep cleaning after employees tested positive for coronavirus, Sheetz had to shut down one of its store for similar reasons. As WNEP and WOLF news stations report, it happened at the Sheetz location in Trucksville/Shavertown, Luzerne ... Full story

State police warn 11 more Pa. businesses about violating Gov. Wolf’s coronavirus closure order

State police reported Tuesday that as of Monday they had issued 107 warnings to non-life-sustaining businesses that had not Heeded Gov. Tom Wolf’s order to close to help curb the spread of the coronavirus. Eleven new warnings were issued Monday. No new warnings had been issued by Troop H., which covers most of the midstate. The warning total for Troop H. stands at 12, the third largest total in the state. Three new warnings, the largest single ... Full story