Need to Know: Fed and tech stocks could crack the market rally, warns Wall Street strategist

Our call of the day, from Miller Tabak strategist, Matt Maley, warns that any shift in the Fed’s dovish stance this week could cause this stock market rally to crack, as another fissure — soaring tech stocks — deepens. Press Release Distribution Service

Economic Report: Worker pay, benefits climb steadily in early 2019, ECI shows, but they’re not soaring

Pay and benefits for American workers rose at a brisk pace in the first three months of 2019, but they still growing less than 3% a year and not rising fast enough to stoke much inflation, fresh government figures showed. The employment cost index climbed 0.7% in the first quarter. Press Release Distribution Service

13 NFL veterans who have been put on notice after NFL draft

Eagles wide receiver Nelson Agholor is among the players whose jobs or roles could be in jeopardy given fresh competition from the NFL draft.           Press Release Distribution Service

Coach K watches LeBron James' 14-year-old son Bronny James play against older competition

Duke is already checking out Bronny James.           Press Release Distribution Service

Poles stage banana protest over removal of ‘indecent’ artwork

Around 1,000 people, many eating bananas to make their point, protested in front of Warsaw’s National Museum on Monday over a decision last week to remove artworks deemed “indecent” by the museum’s director. Press Release Distribution Service

Dior lights up Marrakech with fashion show and floating candles

Around an enormous outdoor runway lit with dozens of floating tealights, French label Christian Dior crisscrossed cultures and continents at its first fashion show in Morocco on Monday, with beaded… Press Release Distribution Service

At Amboise, Leonardo’s last years paint a picture of Franco-Italian harmony

Commemorations for Leonardo da Vinci’s 500th anniversary begin this week in Amboise, in the Loire Valley, with France and Italy setting aside recent tensions to honor the memory of the Renaissance… Press Release Distribution Service

MLB roundup: Twins’ Odorizzi outduels Astros’ Verlander

Ehire Adrianza homered, and Jake Odorizzi pitched seven shutout innings to outduel Justin Verlander as the Minnesota Twins edged the Houston Astros 1-0 on Monday night in Minneapolis. Press Release Distribution Service

Sixers’ Simmons gets some revenge on Raptors’ Leonard

Philadelphia 76ers guard Ben Simmons may not have lit up the scoreboard as he would have liked but the towering Aussie did get some measure of revenge on Toronto Raptors defensive supremo Kawhi Leonard on Monday. Press Release Distribution Service

U.S. film director John Singleton dead at age 51

John Singleton, who made his directorial debut with the acclaimed film “Boyz n the Hood” about young men struggling in a gang-ridden Los Angeles neighborhood, died on Monday at the age of 51, his family said, days after he suffered a stroke. Press Release Distribution Service

Netflix signs deal for Thai cave boy rescue miniseries

Netflix said on Tuesday it had secured the rights to make a miniseries about the dramatic rescue of 12 boys and their soccer coach from a cave in northern Thailand last year that captured international attention. Press Release Distribution Service

EV battery maker LG Chem sues SK Innovation, alleges trade secret theft

Electric vehicle (EV) battery maker LG Chem said it has sued its South Korean peer SK Innovation in the United States for alleged theft of trade secrets. Press Release Distribution Service

Google parent’s shares dive as YouTube changes, competition hurt revenue

Alphabet Inc’s Google on Monday saw its slowest revenue growth in three years from increased competition in advertising, stumbles in its smartphone business and disruptive changes at YouTube that left the leading internet ad company lagging rivals. Press Release Distribution Service

Asian stocks fall on softer Chinese data, caution before Fed meeting

Shares in Asia fell on Tuesday as readings on China’s manufacturing activity failed to meet expectations, underscoring weakness in the world’s second-largest economy despite Beijing’s attempts to spur growth. Press Release Distribution Service

Boeing CEO keeps job intact after facing questions on 737 MAX crashes

Boeing Co CEO and Chairman Dennis Muilenburg emerged with his job intact at an annual meeting on Monday and promised to win back the public’s trust after facing tough questions in the wake of two fatal crashes of the 737 MAX plane. Press Release Distribution Service

21 Of The Funniest Tumblr Jokes From “Game Of Thrones” Season 8, Episode 3

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Don’t Freak Out, But We Can Guess Your Eye Color Based On What You Eat

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‘New York Times’ Apologizes For Running Anti-Semitic Comic Strip ‘Shylock The Shyster’ For Past 37 Years

NEW YORK—Explaining that it regrets the oversight, The New York Times apologized Monday for its decision to run the anti-Semitic comic strip Shylock The Shyster for the past 37 years. “We are deeply sorry for printing this strip on a continuous basis in more than 13,000 editions of our paper published since 1982,”… Read more……

‘Game Of Thrones’ Actors Reveal Reading Script For Zombie Battle And Realizing They Wasted Careers

NEW YORK—Discussing their astonishment mere hours after the premiere of the highly anticipated episode, Game Of Thrones actors told reporters Monday about the moment they read the script for the zombie battle in “The Long Night” and realized they had definitively wasted their careers. “Right away, when I finished the… Read more… Press Release Distribution…

Chinese quantum prize rewards international stars of the field

Chinese quantum prize rewards international stars of the field Chinese quantum prize rewards international stars of the field, Published online: 29 April 2019; doi:10.1038/d41586-019-01372-7 The Micius Quantum Prize celebrates a field that China increasingly values. Press Release Distribution Service

Daily briefing: How to see quantum weirdness with our own eyes

Daily briefing: How to see quantum weirdness with our own eyes Daily briefing: How to see quantum weirdness with our own eyes, Published online: 29 April 2019; doi:10.1038/d41586-019-01391-4 The human visual system works surprisingly well as a quantum detector, gravitational ripples hint at black hole eating a star and 5G signals could trick weather satellites…

New polymer films conduct heat instead of trapping it

Engineers have flipped the picture of the standard polymer insulator, by fabricating thin polymer films that conduct heat — an ability normally associated with metals. In experiments, they found the films, which are thinner than plastic wrap, conduct heat better than many metals, including steel and ceramic. Press Release Distribution Service

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