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Parents Spending More Time on Netflix Than Kids

So much for Netflix and children. We may spend twice as much time binging-watching Netflix as we do bonding with family, according to a new analysis from the Streaming Observer. The independent news site, which covers streaming video and entertainment, was curious about how the time we spend streaming Netflix every day compared to other activities, such as spending time

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U.S. adds 201,000 jobs as worker wages accelerate to nine-year high

The numbers: The United States created 201,000 new jobs in August, keeping the unemployment rate at an 18-year low and generating the fastest increase in worker pay since the end of the Great Recession. Economists polled by MarketWatch had forecast a 200,000 increase in new nonfarm jobs. The unemployment rate, meanwhile, was unchanged at 3.9%, the Labor Department said Friday.

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Unemployment Claims Plummet to 49-Year Low

Unemployment claims plummeted to a 49-year low last week as the economy continues to see vast improvements. The U.S. Labor Department announced Thursday that initial claims for unemployment benefits at the state level dropped to a seasonally adjusted 203,000 – down 10,000 from the week prior. The numbers represent the lowest level of unemployment claims by U.S. workers since December

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Number of Germans killed by foreigners highest in years – police

Number of murders by foreigners is on the rise in Germany, new police figures of closed murder cases reveal amid anti-immigrant protests and counter-rallies in Chemnitz. A total of 731 homicides were registered in Germany last year. In at least 83 of the cases, law enforcement identified at least one non-German suspect, the Federal Criminal Police Office (BKA) revealed to

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Poll: 61% Of Big Tech Employees Say Ban Alex Jones

Big Tech employees overwhelmingly want to see the censorship of Alex Jones expanded, according to a new survey. A recent survey from big tech workplace discussion app Blind shows that 61 percent of employees at major tech firms agree that Twitter should join the rest of Silicon Valley in blacklisting Infowars host Alex Jones. The notable exception is Twitter employees

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