Versace apologies in flap over T-shirts sold in China

Italian fashion house Versace has apologized in China for selling T-shirts that it said attached incorrect country names to cities, after a Chinese actress said the clothing was suspected of harming the country’s territorial integrity and cut her ties with the company. Versace did not identify the T-shirt in a …

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Dorm Room Essentials 2019: Everything Your Dorm Room Needs

College is often the first time kids go away on their own, living far away from home in an entirely new setting. While it can be a little nerve-wracking for both parents and students, you can easily prepare your kids for the years ahead with the most important dorm room …

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How to browse anonymously on Android

You might not feel like anyone is watching when you use the internet on your phone or tablet, but the truth is that all your activities could be monitored by lots of interested parties. It could be your ISP, your government or just companies that want to advertise their wares. To …

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Canada cable car cord severed in likely act of sabotage, police say

Image copyright RCMP Image caption Police released a photo of the slack line and a car which fell only a short distance Canadian police are investigating after a cable car gondola was sabotaged in an apparent act of vandalism. Almost all of the 30 cars on the Sea-to-Sky gondola in …

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LEADING OFF: Mets surge, Astros go yard, Aquino's power

A look at what’s happening around the majors today: METS MAGIC Ace Jacob deGrom (7-7, 2.77) and the streaking Mets go for their ninth straight win and a three-game sweep of Washington. New York has won 15 of 16, posting a pair of late-inning comeback wins this weekend at energized …

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