Museums Are Trying To One-Up Each Other With Pictures Of Ducks—And We're Quacking Up 🦆😂 - Comic Sands
All bets are off for shutdown's impact on Super Bowl
The government shutdown has already resulted in canceled planning meetings for the Feb. 3 game in Atlanta, and if the federal budget impasse continues, airport screeners and flight controllers at the busiest airport in the world will be working on game day for no pay.
Alexa can read news briefs in a 'newscaster' voice in the US
"Alexa can now modulate its voice beyond whispering in hushed …
"Amazon described this as the "first step" in modifying Alexa's style to suit different requests…."
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It's Official: Wall Street Topped $100 Billion in Profit - Bloomberg
Within the banks, the benefits of the tax cuts are flowing more heavily to shareholders than their rank and file. Profit at the five firms jumped 28 percent from the previous high, while employee compensation expenses climbed just 1.8 percent from last year.
The IRS is recalling 46,000 workers to handle tax returns
The employees won't be paid during the shutdown.
Lawyer: Coat chewing could've thrown off breath test
Goldman Sachs could be liable for $5B in Malaysian scandal
The sentiments were echoed by Wells Fargo analyst Mike Mayo, who has been critical of Goldman's involvement.
.gov security falters during U.S. shutdown | Netcraft
Dozens of U.S. government websites have been rendered either insecure or inaccessible during the ongoing U.S. federal shutdown. These sites include sensitive government payment portals and remote access services, affecting the likes of NASA, the U.S. Department of Justice, and the Court of Appeals.