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China violated its own law to grant Trump a trademark

China’s Valentine’s Day present to Trump could put him in legal jeopardy. By Laurel Raymond and Judd Legum When China awarded President Donald Trump a long-coveted trademark of the “Trump” brand this week, it violated its own regulations. Chinese legal standards prohibit trademarks of the names of foreign leaders. Trump …

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Who Looked More Bangin At The ABFF Awards?

The ABFF Honors Brings Out Black Hollywood THE 2017 “BET PRESENTS THE AMERICAN BLACK FILM FESTIVAL HONORS” took place on Friday, February 17, 2017 at the Beverly Hilton in Los Angeles. Comedy queen Regina Hall kept the audience laughing as host of the evening’s festivities. The annual event celebrates Black …

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What Do You Know … About Animal Accidents?

Katie Martin / The Atlantic In this week’s Atlantic coverage, our writers explored how humans collide with nature, what scientists can learn from genealogy, the technology for spreading bad news, what Americans think about universal health care, the history of an overlooked space, and more. Can you remember the key …

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The Game and Dre3000 Help British Emcee A.M. SNiPER

While British emcee A.M. SNiPER has already amassed an impressive resume around the world, working to help spread the popularity of grime music and collaborating with the likes of Wiley, he has yet to make his official debut in the United States – until now. For his highly anticipated introduction to audiences …

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Silicon Valley vs. Trump

(Image: iStock/BasSlabbers) Silicon Valley leaders took stances against Trump’s immigration executive order banning refugees from seven predominately Muslim nations and increasing restrictions on immigrants entering the United States.   Silicon Valley Speaks   Apple’s Tim Cook sent an internal email to employees expressing his concern over Trump’s action. “In my …

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Today's News: Feb. 18, 2017

A Deadly ‘Weather Bomb’ Storm Hits Southern California Jae C. Hong / AP A torrential storm that’s being called a “weather bomb” has dumped nine inches of rain in some parts of Southern California, flooding freeways, cancelling flights in and out of the area, and opening up giant sinkholes. …

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