Real Turks feel the squeeze after Trump’s tweets and tariffs

Istanbul, Turkey (CNN)At the Ayakl borsa — or standing currency exchange in old Istanbul — seasoned traders still ply their trade on their feet as they have for centuries. They say they have not seen such volatility since 2001, when Turkey faced its last major currency crisis. Conflict over pastor…

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Kadho debuts Kidsense A.I., offline speech-recognition tech that understand kids

Kadho, a company building automatic speech recognition technology to help children communicate with voice-powered devices, is officially exiting stealth today at TechCrunch Disrupt SF 2018 where it’s launching its new technology, Kidsense Edge voice A.I. The company claims its technology can better decode kids’ speech as it was built using speech…

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Ebenezer Cobb Morley: Google Doodle celebrates football’s founding father

(CNN)Before 1863, football was a chaotic and mostly unregulated sport, with differing sets of rules that added to the confusion. After the meeting, Morley created the first official rules of the game, which would be standardized across England. The 13 rules, which the FA published in a pamphlet titled “Laws…

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Kellyanne Conway struggles to name African-Americans in White House

Washington (CNN)Kellyanne Conway, a counselor to President Donald Trump, struggled on Sunday to name an African-American person in a prominent White House role. Conway was presumably referring to Ja’Ron Smith, a legislative affairs aide who was on a list of people expected to attend a prison reform event with Trump…

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People Cant Believe The Shocking Note This Teacher Gave To A Kid After They Asked For A Permission To Go To The Bathroom

The teacher, identified only as ‘Mrs. White’ was happy to describe her own actions as petty, while the pass contained threats and grammatical errors not befitting of a teacher. First shared by Twitter user Jaadee, a friend of a student’s mother, a screenshot of the pass has since generated overwhelmingly…

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Texas judge says he’ll likely kill DACA — but not yet

Washington (CNN)A federal judge on Friday hinted he will likely invalidate the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program in the future — but for now the program can continue to operate. Since Trump sought to end DACA last September, the program’s future has been in doubt. Members of Congress largely…

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