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August 20: More Than 700,000 Overstayed Visas in 2017

Around 700,000 people overstayed their temporary visas in fiscal year 2017, according to a recently released estimate from the Department of Homeland Security. Six hundred thousand of these individuals are suspected to have remained in the country, according to DHS, while the other 100,000 or so simply departed after their visas expired. The 700,000 count represents a…

August 20: Weinstein accuser and Anthony Bourdain’s ex Asia Argento is accused of sexually assaulting 17-year-old actor and paying him off with $380k – after first meeting when he played her son aged 7

Harvey Weinstein accuser and #MeToo figurehead Asia Argento secretly paid off a former child star who accused her of sexually assaulting him when he was 17, according to a new report. Argento, 42, is accused of luring Jimmy Bennett to her Californian hotel room in 2013. Once there, she sent away his chaperone, plied him with alcohol…

August 17: Spiders on drugs – Fascinating Photo

Most orb-web spiders spin their webs in the wee hours of the morning. For zoologist H.M. Peters, who back in 1948 was studying spider webs at the University of Tubingen in Germany, this was annoying as it meant he had to be awake between two and five am most days of the week to complete…

August 17: Tearful Elon Musk’s meltdown: Tesla CEO asks for someone to take his job, admits he relies on Ambien and that friends worry about his health – but claims he was ‘not on weed’ when he sent privatization tweet amid concerns about his drug use

Elon Musk has given an extraordinary interview during which he burst out in tears, asked for someone to take his job as Tesla CEO and admitted he relies on Ambien to sleep. The 47-year-old is facing mounting pressure and an SEC investigation over a tweet sent last week claiming to have ‘secured funding’ to take Tesla private.…

August 17: Downtown Sandwich Shop Needles SF Over New Straw, Napkin Laws

Downtown sandwich shop the Sentinel (37 New Montgomery Street, next door to sibling bar House of Shields) is casting a sideways glance at some San Francisco policies with a remark written on recent menus. The pointed criticism: “Napkins, straws, and bags are available upon request. You can still get needles for free though. Welcome to SF.”…

August 17: How to get Google to stop tracking your location for real

You might think you have turned off the search giant’s ability to learn your location, but there’s a good chance the company still knows where you are. Some background: An Associated Press report out today revealed that Google applications can still collect location data even when you have the “location history” feature turned off. Stop it: If you want…

August 15: John Stossel – Social Security is going broke

Social Security is running out of money. You may not believe that, but it’s a fact. That FICA money taken from your paycheck was not saved for you in a “trust fund.” Politicians misled us. They spent every penny the moment it came in. This started as soon as they created Social Security. They assumed…

August 15: Jerry Seinfeld Says Jokes Are Not Real Life

You just released the 10th season of “Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee.” How come it’s illegal to talk on a phone while you’re driving, but it’s legal to film a TV show? Believe me, it’s a hundred times more distracting to try to drive an old stick-shift car and interview somebody at the same time than…

August 15: First Ford Mustang owner’s car is now worth at least $350,000

Gail Wise, the 76-year-old owner of the first Ford Mustang, kept the car she purchased in her garage for 27 years. Now experts value of the sky blue convertible between $350,000 and $450,000, the Detroit Free Press reports. Wise was only 22 years old when she purchased the vehicle in 1964 for $3,447.50. Nearly 16 years…

August 14: Women on inflatable rainbow unicorn rescued from Minnesota lake

Authorities in Minnesota made an unlikely rescue on Saturday when they came across a group of women who were stranded on a lake clinging to an inflatable rainbow unicorn. The Chisago County Sheriff’s Office said on Twitter that officers were driving along the Fish Lake, near Stark, Minn., when they came across the women on…

August 14: How to turn off Google’s location tracking

hen you turn off “location history” Google still tracks your location when you use several of its key services including Maps, search and the weather. Here’s how to really turn all of it off. A report from the Associated Press has highlighted that the feature called location history is just one of the systems that Google uses to track…