Uber Fires Self-Driving Car Chief At Center Of Court Case

SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - Uber Technologies Inc said on Tuesday it fired the technology whiz it had hired to lead its self-driving unit, Anthony Levandowski, after he failed to comply with a court order to hand over documents at the center of a legal dispute between Uber and Alphabet Inc’s <GOO
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26 Lovely Wedding Photos That Will Have You Swooning

Big congratulations go out to all the lovely couples who tied the knot this month!Below, May wedding pics from our readers that are cause for celebration. And remember: If you go to a wedding or get married yourself, hashtag your photos #HPrealweddings or e-mail one to us afterward and we may featur
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Officials In Obama’s Drug Czar Office Wanted To Decriminalize Marijuana

WASHINGTON ― Officials at the Office of National Drug Control Policy under President Barack Obama wanted to take a more lenient stance on marijuana, with one former official telling HuffPost that staff pushed to ease federal prohibitions against the drug. But they never made that case directly to
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Look Out! There’s A ‘Staff Shake-Up’ Looming For The White House

There are moments in a presidency that call for what we Beltway toffs refer to as “the staff shake-up.” Sometimes, a White House needs a turn-of-the-page in a media narrative that’s fallen into a malaise. On other occasions, stale thinking calls for some new warm bodies to rejuvenate the scene
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Trump Gets Positive Marks For Trip Abroad, But Most Doubt He’s Respected Internationally

Americans give President Donald Trump generally positive marks for his first official trip abroad, according to a new HuffPost/YouGov poll, although most still say he doesn’t have the respect of other world leaders.Forty-six percent of Americans approve of Trump’s handling of his international
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Poodle ‘In Good Health’ After Found Locked Inside Discarded Suitcase

A poodle is lucky to be alive after a good Samaritan found him locked inside a suitcase discarded off a road in Canada over the weekend, authorities said.The tiny animal, since named Donut, was heard crying inside the blue, hard-shelled luggage on Sunday by a dog walker in Vancouver, British Columbi
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Childhood obesity treatment as effective for parents without the child, study finds

In the struggle against childhood obesity, doctors and parents have tried to engage and motivate kids to stay healthy. But a new study finds that programs aimed at parents -- without the kids -- may be just as effective a tool as therapies that include the whole family. Childhood obesity is an epi
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Transgender Teen Wins Landmark Ruling Over Right To Use Boys Bathroom

A federal appeals court ruled on Tuesday that a transgender high school student in Wisconsin has both a constitutional and statutory right to use the bathroom that aligns with his gender identity.The ruling, by the U.S. Court of Appeals for 7th Circuit in Chicago, is the first of its kind and could
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Addiction Advocacy Needs A Bill Gates, David Geffen, Warren Buffett, Or Tom Steyer

Addiction and drug overdoses claim one life every four minutes in America. In the time it takes to order a latte, someone dies—from an illness that is highly treatable. The addiction crisis is the result of social prejudice; criminal justice policies that incarcerate people with addiction instead
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Sean Spicer Struggles To Provide Any Actual Information At Press Briefing

At the White House’s first press conference in nearly two weeks, press secretary Sean Spicer dodged nearly every question reporters asked him before abruptly ending the briefing.Spicer spent around 11 minutes Tuesday on a preamble largely detailing President Donald Trump’s recent international
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