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What you need to know about the Lyft, Uber driver strike

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The drivers behind the ubiquitous ride-hailing apps Lyft and Uber are demanding more to keep working, including better pay, protections, transparency, benefits, and support.

On Wednesday, drivers in 10 major U.S. cities will go on strike, asking passengers to also refrain from using the on-demand services that day. The Rideshare Drivers United group spearheaded the strike in Los Angeles and it has since grown to 10 cities and areas throughout the country. Uber drivers in the UK are also…

Every Kohl’s store to accept your Amazon returns

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If Amazon product returns weren’t easy enough already, they are about to get even easier for U.S. customers thanks to a new, or rather, an expanded deal with retail chain Kohl’s.

As The Verge reports, from July, every Kohl’s store across the U.S. will start accepting your Amazon returns. According to Kohl’s CEO Michelle Gass, “80 percent of America lives within 10 miles of a Kohl’s” thanks to the company operating more than 1,150 locations, making it a nice extra option for a lot of…

Every Kohl’s store to accept your Amazon returns

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If Amazon product returns weren’t easy enough already, they are about to get even easier for U.S. customers thanks to a new, or rather, an expanded deal with retail chain Kohl’s.

As The Verge reports, from July, every Kohl’s store across the U.S. will start accepting your Amazon returns. According to Kohl’s CEO Michelle Gass, “80 percent of America lives within 10 miles of a Kohl’s” thanks to the company operating more than 1,150 locations, making it a nice extra option for a lot of…

Every Kohl’s store to accept your Amazon returns

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If Amazon product returns weren’t easy enough already, they are about to get even easier for U.S. customers thanks to a new, or rather, an expanded deal with retail chain Kohl’s.

As The Verge reports, from July, every Kohl’s store across the U.S. will start accepting your Amazon returns. According to Kohl’s CEO Michelle Gass, “80 percent of America lives within 10 miles of a Kohl’s” thanks to the company operating more than 1,150 locations, making it a nice extra option for a lot of…

‘Avengers: Endgame’ stars make emotional speeches at premiere

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Following the world premiere of Avengers: Endgame, the Avengers assembled one last time. More than two dozen actors gathered on stage at the Los Angeles Convention Center. Read more…

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L.A. intersection to be named in honor of Nipsey Hussle

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L.A. City Councilman Marqueece Harris-Dawson announced the Crenshaw and Slauson intersection will be named Ermias “Nipsey Hussle” Asghedom Square in honor of the rapper who was recently gunned down and killed outside of his L.A. clothing store, Marathon. Read more…

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4 things to know about California’s strange earthquake drought

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What’s up in earthquake country?

A compelling new report authored by two U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) researchers found that three powerful California faults have been strangely — almost impossibly — quiet for the last 100 years. Digging into the soil around these faults, Glenn Biasi and Kate Scharer found that big, ground-rupturing earthquakes have been a regular occurrence in the temblor-prone land over the last 1000 years.  

That’s what makes the last 100 years so unusual.

“We…

4 things to know about California’s strange earthquake drought

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What’s up in earthquake country?

A compelling new report authored by two U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) researchers found that three powerful California faults have been strangely — almost impossibly — quiet for the last 100 years. Digging into the soil around these faults, Glenn Biasi and Kate Scharer found that big, ground-rupturing earthquakes have been a regular occurrence in the temblor-prone land over the last 1000 years.  

That’s what makes the last 100 years so unusual.

“We…

4 things to know about California’s strange earthquake drought

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What’s up in earthquake country?

A compelling new report authored by two U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) researchers found that three powerful California faults have been strangely — almost impossibly — quiet for the last 100 years. Digging into the soil around these faults, Glenn Biasi and Kate Scharer found that big, earth-rupturing earthquakes have been a regular occurrence in the temblor-prone land over the last 1000 years.  

That’s what makes the last 100 years so unusual.

“We should…

New study shows positive results from male birth control pill

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Clinical trials completed at Los Angeles Biomed Research Institute and the University of Washington suggest that a male birth control pill tested could be safe. Read more…

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