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Rapper Lil Peep has died aged 21

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Lil Peep, a rising young star of the rap-emo scene, has died aged 21, his publicist told Pitchfork and The Guardian.

Rapper Lil Peep has died aged 21

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Lil Peep, a rising young star of the rap-emo scene, has died aged 21, his publicist told Pitchfork and The Guardian.

Ford launches a new company to make electric cars in China

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Ford is pushing to electrify its vehicles going forward, and the company just made another big move to enter the largest market in the burgeoning EV landscape: China.

Netflix is publishing comics now because streaming sites will inevitably own us all

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Netflix may be known for urging us to stare at a screen for hours on end, but the streaming giant wants you to gaze at paper, too – with its first-ever comic book.

The original book, called The Magic Order, will be created by comics legend Mark Millar, who’s responsible for popular titles like Kick-Ass and Kingsman: The Secret Service.

Taylor Swift gets romantic on new song ‘Call It What You Want To’

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Just a handful of sleeps before Taylor Swift’s Reputation drops on Nov. 10, and another (another!) song has landed.

The pop mogul released fourth tune “Call it What You Want” on Friday, the latest from Swift’s upcoming sixth studio album.

It’s been a full-on four months for fans. Swift dropped the video for her second single, “…Ready For It,” on Oct. 27, just a week after releasing “Gorgeous,” on Oct. 20.

‘Call It What You Want’: Taylor Swift drops her fourth single in under 3 months

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Just a handful of sleeps before Taylor Swift’s Reputation drops on Nov. 10, and another (another!) single has landed.

The pop mogul released fourth single “Call it What You Want” on Friday, the latest from Swift’s upcoming sixth studio album.

It’s been a full-on four months for fans. Swift dropped the video for her second single, “…Ready For It,” on Oct. 27, just a week after releasing third single, “Gorgeous,” on Oct. 20.

Maybe don’t brag about violating your roommate’s stuff on Instagram

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If you’re rubbing used tampons onto your college roommate’s backpack, contaminating her eating utensils, spitting into and poisoning her lotions, and abusing her toothbrush, you’re a terrible person, but also, don’t post about it on social media.

Brianna Brochu, 18, was charged Wednesday with “criminal mischief” for allegedly doing all of the above and more to her unsuspecting roommate at the University of Hartford in Connecticut—which was discovered because she bragged about it on…

Maybe don’t brag about violating your roommate’s stuff on Instagram

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If you’re rubbing used tampons onto your college roommate’s backpack, contaminating her eating utensils, spitting into and poisoning her lotions, and abusing her toothbrush, you’re a terrible person, but also, don’t post about it on social media.

Brianna Brochu, 18, was charged Wednesday with “criminal mischief” for allegedly doing all of the above and more to her unsuspecting roommate at the University of Hartford in Connecticut—which was discovered because she bragged about it on…

Maybe don’t brag about violating your roommate’s stuff on Instagram

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If you’re rubbing used tampons onto your college roommate’s backpack, contaminating her eating utensils, spitting into and poisoning her lotions, and abusing her toothbrush, you’re a terrible person, but also, don’t post about it on social media.

Brianna Brochu, 18, was charged Wednesday with “criminal mischief” for allegedly doing all of the above and more to her unsuspecting roommate at the University of Hartford in Connecticut—which was discovered because she bragged about it on…

Social media inflames violent hatred of Rohingya Muslims in Myanmar

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Hatred in Myanmar has led to what the United Nations described as “ethnic cleansing” of Rohingya Muslims, and social media has inflamed some of that vitriol.

According to The New York Times, Facebook is the sole news source for many people in Myanmar, where around 90 percent of the population has a mobile device. On Facebook, as many who use it now understand, journalism mixes with false internet drivel designed to generate outrage.