7 Famous Public Apologies That Got It Right

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Gare du Nord evacuated in Paris after security concerns

Police were reportedly looking for three men thought to be dangerous, following similar sightings in Bordeaux and Marseille The Gare du Nord, one of Paris main transport hubs, was evacuated on Monday

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CLASSY: Dems (including Nancy Pelosi) and media spread FALSE rumor of beer bash after AHCA vote

Upon seeing beer delivered to the Capitol, a bunch of Democrats (including Nancy Pelosi) and reporters accused the GOP of throwing a beer bash to celebrate the House passing the AHCA. Man these people

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Full tilt: giant offshore wind farm opens in North Sea

Gemini windpark off the coast of the Netherlands will eventually meet the energy needs of about 1.5 million people, according to its owners Dutch officials have opened what is being billed as one of the

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Confide CEO Jon Brod on the White House, bad press, and whats next for his secure messaging app

Thursday night,at a StrictlyVC event in San Francisco, I sat down with Confide cofounder and president Jon Brod to talk with him about his decidedly topsy turvy 2017. Though his three-year-old messaging

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Pepe the Frog creator kills off internet meme co-opted by white supremacists

Matt Furie concedes defeat after months of attempting to wrench back his peaceful frog-dude who had been appropriated as a racist hate symbol The creator of Pepe the Frog has symbolically killed off the

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France election: Media warned not to publish hacked Macron emails

The media has been warned not to publish the contents of hacked emails from Emmanuel Macron's presidential campaign. France's electoral commission has said any organizations that circulate information

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As environmental battles shift to states, renewable energy adoption could come down to good ole economics

Last week hundreds of thousands of Americans took to the streets to protest what they saw as the evisceration of environmental legislation and a rollback of US efforts to stem the tide of climate change. Protests

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Two doctors found dead in Boston apartment ‘knew their killer’

Lina Bolanos and Richard Field, who were engaged, reportedly had throats slashed at their home where a message of retribution was also found Two doctors found dead this weekend inside the penthouse of

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For some, access to healthcare could start with at-home lab testing

Most at-home lab testing devices like Scanadu and Cor are still waiting for FDA approval, but simple lab testing can still be done in the confines of your own home and then shipped to a lab and thats

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