While taking some time off to travel before his next gig, Sisun Lee spent a lot of time in Korea — where he found himself drinking alcohol pretty much every night and then getting rolling the next morning, regardless of hangover status. He also found that there were popular local herbal hangover drinks that everyone kept raving about. So he brought a bunch of them back to the U.S., handed them out to friends, and generally got interested in the drink as a thought experiment. After reaching out to scientists in academia about the herbal drinks and finding no one had really commercialized it into a product in the U.S. — and that there might actually be something behind the idea — he decided to start 82Labs and roll out the Morning Recovery drink. The startup has also raised $8 million in new financing from Altos Ventures, Slow Ventures, Strong
Video Report: Mike Pompeo met with Kim Jong Un The Washington Post reports the CIA director met with the North Korean leader over Easter Weekend; chief White House correspondent John Roberts reports from West Palm Beach, Florida. CIA Director Mike Pompeo met with North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un over Easter weekend in an effort to lay the groundwork for a summit between Kim and President Trump, Fox News has confirmed. Pompeo's trip, which was first reported by The Washington Post, came to light hours after Trump told reporters that the U.S. and North Korea are holding direct talks at "extremely high levels" in preparation for what would be an extraordinary meeting following months of heated rhetoric over Pyongyang's nuclear weapons program. The White House and the CIA declined to comment to Fox News about Pompeo's visit. "The administration does not comment on the CIA Director’s travel," White House
Khlo Kardashian Is ‘A Bit Traumatized’ From Tristan Thompson’s Cheating Scandal & More Updates On Newborn True
Raise your hand if you've ever been personally victimized by Tristan Thompson. Khloé Kardashian definitely has both of her hands in the air as her baby daddy has certainly put her in a tough position as his cheating scandal broke just days before she gave birth to their daughter, True Thompson. With so much speculation swirling around about what the 33-year-old plans to do now that she has a baby with someone who ended up being a serial cheater… we wanted to give you an update from E! News AKA the KarJenner home base. We mean, Kris Jenner owns that channel, right? LOLz!
Author and TV personality blocked from entering America where she was due to speak at an event in New YorkAustralian author and TV personality Yassmin Abdel-Magied has been deported from the US because she didnt hold the right visa, US authorities have said, but noted she was welcome to apply to return to the country. Abdel-Magied was due to speak at the PEN World Voices festival in New York, but she was denied entry to the country at Minneapolis airport. She was put on a plane bound for Amsterdam. A spokesperson from the US Customs and Border Patrol (CBP) said Abdel-Magied was as all international travellers are assessed for entry into the country. During the inspection, CBP officers determined this individual did not possess the appropriate visa to receive monetary compensation for the speaking engagements she had planned during her visit to the United States. As such, she was
Thanks to Facebook, app permissions have popped back into the public’s consciousness again. Last month it was discovered that Facebook had stored the phone logs of Android users who opted sharing their contacts in the days before Android 4.1 Jelly Bean. Then this week, during Mark Zuckerberg’s congressional testimony, two representatives asked whether Facebook might be listening to private conversations through our phone microphones and using the info to serve up eerily specific ads.Zuckerberg responded definitively to the questions about the microphone conspiracy theory—“no”—then felt the need to add that Facebook does have access to audio when people record video on their devices for Facebook. “I think that is pretty clear. But I just wanted to make sure I was exhaustive there,” he said.It may seem obvious at this point, but mobile apps—not just Facebook—can vacuum up a crazy amount of data with every interaction. (Just look at what
(CNN)Ever since he was little, Rishi Sharma has enjoyed learning about the Second World War. Now he's taken his passion a big step further. He wants to preserve their stories for future generations. And he's grateful to them for their sacrifice."They've given us the world that we have," he said. "It's truly amazing." One vet at a time Sharma, who doesn't come from a military family, has bitten off a big job.According to the US Department of Veterans Affairs, 558,000 of the 16 million Americans who served in World War II were still alive in 2017.But the youngest of them are in their late eighties, and some are more than 100 years old. The VA estimates an average of 362 of them die each day.Sharma was a sophomore in high school when he began what he calls his "mission." He heard about a decorated veteran, Lyle Bouck, whose tiny
Media playback is unsupported on your device Media captionSuspected chemical attack is 'barbaric' - May Theresa May looks ready to join military action against the Assad regime in Syria without first seeking parliamentary consent, well-placed sources have told the BBC. The prime minister is said by government insiders to see the need for a response as urgent.She wants to prevent a repeat of the apparent chemical attack near Damascus, which she described as "abhorrent". Labour's Jeremy Corbyn has warned that bombing could escalate the situation.Mrs May is understood to be reluctant to ask US President Donald Trump to hold off any action until she has the opportunity to consult MPs at Westminster. Related TopicsEmmanuel MacronSyriaSyrian civil warDonald TrumpTheresa MayMore From this publisher : HERE ; This post was curated using : TrendingTraffic
Washington (CNN)A former deputy chief of staff at the Environmental Protection Agency told congressional investigators that Administrator Scott Pruitt was aware of major raises given to other aides, rebutting Pruitt's account that he was unaware of the salary bumps. The agency has previously said Chmielewski is among "a group of disgruntled employees who have either been dismissed or reassigned." More From this publisher : HERE ; This post was curated using : TrendingTraffic
Nobody enjoys spending money. I mean, sure, sometimes a little retail therapy is in order, but I think we'd all agree that we'd prefer to save money whenever and however we can. After all, life is expensive! And some things seem to only be costing more and more money as time goes on. Maybe it's your rent going up. Maybe it's the cost of gasoline. Maybe it's groceries. Whatever it is, you've probably felt the squeeze when money gets tight. With that in mind, I thought I'd share some things that are actually pretty cheap considering what goes into them. Maybe it'll make you feel better about how much money you don't have! Advertisement For a mere $1.50, you can get a hot dog and a drink from any Costco in the country. Their pizza is super cheap (and delicious) too! Of course, the plan here is to get
Here is a collection of pictures that I randomly took around the world, of people and their words, embroidered or printed to convey messages, affirm one’s identity or desire to be. Enjoy! reply reply reply View More Replies... reply View More Replies... reply View More Replies... reply reply reply View More Replies... reply reply reply reply reply reply reply reply reply reply reply View More Replies... reply reply reply More From this publisher : HERE ; This post was curated using : TrendingTraffic
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Welcome to your new job.Image: Moe's southwest grillTaco 'bout a tasty offer: a month traveling the country giving away free tacos and eating a few yourself. That's the job description for this sweet job title, Chief Taco Officer at Moe's Southwest Grill. All those hungry Chief Technology Officers can move aside, this is for true taco lovers of the Atlanta-based taco chain. Though to apply you do need some social media savvy and know how to download an app. SEE ALSO: Dude lands a job by making this super catchy rap video instead of a cover letter Applications are already piling in, a company spokeswoman said in an email Sunday. Some standout entries include this woman's reasoning for why tacos are life. She says tacos are "good with any mood; happy, sad, excited; tacos are always there for you."
Pechman pushes ahead with challenges despite new Trump policy Washington State says ban remains ‘unlawful, discriminatory’ Donald Trump’s ban on transgender people serving in the military, comparing the government’s case to historical errors by courts that decades ago signed off on excluding people based on race and gender.“We gave historical deference when we excluded blacks from the military," U.S. District Judge Marsha J. Pechman said at a hearing Tuesday. "We gave deference when we did not have mixed military units” and when the U.S. barred gays and lesbians from serving, she said. “And in retrospect all of that deference was in error.”Pechman said she wanted to move forward despite Trump’s statement late Friday detailing a new version of the ban crafted by military experts. Trump initially tweeted last summer that the government wouldn’t allow any transgender individuals to serve in the military. Critics have argued the trans ban was
Ballinger, Texas (CNN)Beto O'Rourke, his wife Amy and two staffers -- one streaming it all live on Facebook -- all pile out of a maroon Dodge Caravan rental at the courthouse here on a recent Friday afternoon.
Logan Paul stands in front of the aftermath of a car crash that involved small children.Image: youtubeYou'd think maybe Logan Paul learned his lesson the last time he exploited a person for views. Nope. The disgraced vlogger now infamous for filming the body of a man who died by suicide and including it in his vlog has been spending his birthday week disturbing the peace at Yosemite National Park. In addition to receiving multiple citations from park rangers, Paul also filmed the aftermath of a car crash. Then he uploaded it to his vlog, teasing it at the front of the clip for views. SEE ALSO: Logan Paul says he's going to fight YouTuber KSI in boxing match At about 7 minutes into the vlog, Paul exits a river after falling out of a kayak when he hears a loud crash. He runs to the scene of the crash