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Save Big On One of Our Readers' Favorite Coolers, In Four Different Sizes

Just in time for picnic season, four different sizes of AO brand coolers are on sale for the best prices in about a year today.

These Are the Three Best Coolers

Well this is awkward. The overwhelming favorite in this week’s cooler Co-Op was RTIC’s hard cooler, …

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These were a finalist in our best cooler reader poll , and it’s easy to see why. All four are guaranteed to keep ice...

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TAY Quiz Bowl: Bonus Round

Want to Quiz but don’t want to invest time and energy into joining a team? Well I’ve got a solution for you. Today at 5:30pm EST (hopefully provided my boss doesn’t jump me at 5, if he does, plan for 7pm EST) I will be hosting TAY Quiz Bowl: Bonus Round. No teams, just jump in and answer some of the greatest hits of Quiz Bowl questions (Read, repeats from the previous 4 rounds). Highest score...

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Autumn Contrasts
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Autumn Contrasts

Autumn Contrasts. Keymar, Maryland. By Kate Moore.

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Score Big Savings On a Small Mechanical Keyboard From Logitech

Almost every high-end mechanical gaming keyboard out there includes a number pad, but if you’re pressed for desk space, or just don’t want to extend your mouse hand quite as far to the side, Logitech’s G410 Atlas Spectrum is cheaper than ever today, and about $20 less than usual.

As you’d expect from a keyboard in this class, you get custom backlighting for individual keys, Romer-G key...

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Friday's Best Lifestyle Deals: Aerie, Stila Cosmetics, ASOS, Urban Decay, and More

Urban Decay at Nordstrom Rack, buy one, get one free spring styles from Aerie, St. Patrick’s Day discounts at ASOS, and more lead Friday’s best lifestyle deals.

Friday's Best Deals: AO Coolers, Outdoor Furniture, Plasma Lighter, and More

Check out highly-rated AO coolers, an outdoor furniture sale, a plasma lighter, and more deals to…

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Fidel Vive! A Cuban-American Activist Reflects on El Comandante

I am a Cuban Muslim in Miami in mourning for Fidel Castro Ruz. And I have been wearing my black armband all week long.

I first learned the news of Castro’s transition to the realm of the ancestors from Cuban journalists who broke the story. I was shocked and saddened by the news of the inevitable fate that awaits us all.

I was born 10 years after the 26th of July Movement had succeeded in...

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Our Favorite Electric Lighter Just Got an Upgrade, and It's Only $19 Today

Plasma lighters are the lighter, evolved . They can light things on fire while fixing the three biggest problems with traditional lighters:

Fuel - This lighter doesn’t need fuel; you recharge it over USB. How cool is that?Wind - Since it’s using tiny electrical coils to create heat rather than an open flame, it can’t be blown out. Orientation - You can use a plasma lighter upside down without... View more »
<a href="https://splinternews.com/vice-staffers-call-out-company-for-deeply-flawed-sexual-1823834404" data-id="" onClick="window.ga('send', 'event', 'Permalink page click', 'Permalink page click - post header', 'standard');">Vice Staffers Call Out Company for &#39;Deeply Flawed&#39; Sexual Harassment Investigations </a>

Vice Media’s workplace culture has been a topic of public scrutiny for months. The New York Times wrote a lengthy exposé on alleged sexual harassment at the company, and Vice has also been hit with a lawsuit that claims there is a systemic gender pay gap. Leaders at the deep-pocketed media company have issued mea culpas in public and private, firing a few offenders and promising to shore up...

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<a href="https://splinternews.com/jersey-citys-4-000-member-strong-teachers-union-is-on-s-1823843057" data-id="" onClick="window.ga('send', 'event', 'Permalink page click', 'Permalink page click - post header', 'standard');">Jersey City&#39;s 4,000-Member Strong Teachers&#39; Union Is on Strike for the First Time in 20 Years<em></em></a>

In Jersey City, the union representing some 4,000 public school teachers and school employees went on strike on Friday for the first time in 20 years.

The teachers’ union, the Jersey City Education Association, and school board have been negotiating a contract since the last one expired at the beginning of the school year but have been unable to reach a deal. At issue for teachers are...

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<a href="https://splinternews.com/theres-no-reason-for-democrats-to-vote-for-any-of-trump-1823827241" data-id="" onClick="window.ga('send', 'event', 'Permalink page click', 'Permalink page click - post header', 'standard');">There&#39;s No Reason for Democrats to Vote for Any of Trump&#39;s New Cabinet Nominees<em></em></a>

This week it looks like a huge chunk of Donald Trump’s Cabinet is on thin ice. On Tuesday, Trump fired his Secretary of State Rex Tillerson and has hinted that a further shakeup is in the works, with Veterans Affairs Secretary David Shulkin and Attorney General Jeff Sessions reportedly among those who could possibly go.

Trump is planning to nominate CIA Director Mike Pompeo as Secretary of...

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<a href="https://splinternews.com/cia-nominee-didnt-oversee-particularly-brutal-torture-1823819182" data-id="" onClick="window.ga('send', 'event', 'Permalink page click', 'Permalink page click - post header', 'standard');">CIA Nominee Didn&#39;t Oversee Particularly Brutal Torture, Just Covered It Up and Oversaw Other Brutal Torture</a>

ProPublica has issued a major correction to an investigation by reporter Raymond Bonner from February 2017, which said that CIA Director-designate Gina Haspel oversaw the torture of prisoner Abu Zubaydah in a CIA black site in Thailand.

The correction issued on Thursday night by ProPublica editor-in-chief Stephen Engelberg says that Haspel was not, in fact, in charge of the Thailand base at...

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The Historical Peepshow Collage On a
Bullet Train

In the world of sixties and seventies pulp fiction, the despoiling of female sexual purity was endlessly exploited for suspense and titillation. This rape fantasy is the only thing held in common by the four movies that 1964’s Angelique, Marquise des Anges (Angelique, the Marquise of Angels) works out to be. Beginning as youthful adventure film, it swiftly moves to Beauty and the Beast...

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How to Find and Consult with a Virtual Therapist

Is your marriage crumbling? Are you frustrated with your spoilt teenage child? Are you concerned about the consequences of coming out of the closet? It is imperative to maintain your mental health. Therapy can be expensive for those who do not have insurance or live in a developed country with universal health care. Why pay a fortune when you can get some guidance for free?

Ladies and...

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Cell Phone Ringtones
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Cell Phone Ringtones

Am I the only one that is sick of hearing musical (or other inane garbage) ringtones? This happens quite often that I’ll hear a phone ringing, and instead of picking up the phone, the person will let it ring a while so they can listen to whatever garbage they have as their ringtone. Whatever happened to a simple buzz or vibrate? Hell, I don’t even know what the ringtone on my phone sounds...

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Here Are Your Best Instagram Posts From This Week

Jalopnik is on Instagram, you’re on Instagram, and we’re highlighting the best of it all every week using the #DriveFreeOrDie hashtag. This week, we’ve got kayaks, G-Wagens, Austins, and a whole bunch of other cool, fun and weird stuff.

I’d like to thank everyone that participated! We are not entirely sure all of these knew we were hijacking the #DriveFreeOrDie hashtag but we liked them...

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Feds Halt All Nationwide 'Doors-Off' Helicopter Tours Following Fatal NYC Crash

The Federal Aviation Administration has ordered a stop to all “doors-off” helicopter tours nationwide following the crash that killed five people last Sunday in New York City .

Five Dead After Helicopter Crashes In New York City's East River (Updated)

Around 7:15 p.m. this evening, a Eurocopter AS350 crashed into New York City’s East River,…

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Self-Driving Cars Shouldn't Rely On GPS Because The Sun Is A Giant Unpredictable Fusion Explosion

Space meteorologists are warning that the sun, the very thing that gives us light, warmth and life, could interfere with GPS systems and cause a lot of problems for the current crop of self-driving cars in development. You may have to start checking space forecasts before leaving for work in the morning.

The sun, you’ve heard of it, yes? That bright hot glowing orb in the sky is actually a...

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Valve Is Quietly Deleting Hate Groups, But It Isn't Solving Steam's Big Problem

Valve is notorious for a lot of things, but beyond not releasing Half-Life 3, one thing stands out: its hands-off, often silent approach to running the world’s biggest PC gaming platform, Steam. This has landed the company in hot water in the past , but in the face of calls to crack down on user groups that glorify things like Nazism, white supremacy, and school shooters, Valve has yet to...

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Fans Discover Game-Changing Typo In <i>Civilization VI</i>'s Code

Religion has been a powerful motivating force throughout human history, but some Civilization VI AIs are a little too into religion, at the expense of, well, pretty much everything else. It’s a real bug, and it’s all because of a typo.

Earlier this week, a Something Awful thread pointed to a bizarre irregularity in Civilization VI’s code: In some instances concerning AI civilization leaders’...

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Pennsylvania Democrat Might Just Eke Out a Victory in a Super Pro-Trump District 

The official outcome of Tuesday’s special House election in Pennsylvania’s 18th congressional district is still pending: As of Wednesday morning, the New York Times reports that Democrat Conor Lamb is leading Republican Rick Saccone by a 0.3 percent margin—641 votes—in a red district where Trump won by nearly 20 percentage points.

Still, Lamb has declared victory and NBC is calling Lamb the...

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