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Apple Card’s Newest Benefit: Relief for Natural Disaster Victims

After a natural disaster, many often struggle to reach loved ones and rebuild their lives. And while time can feel like it’s standing still during emergencies like these, obligations like credit card bills continue to come in, adding to financial burdens disaster victims face. Apple Card is offering a new benefit to help. With natural disasters on the rise due to climate change, the tech giant’s new credit card has been messaging...

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Tim Cook Speaks Out Against Family Separation at U.S. Border

Apple CEO Tim Cook is joining other executives who have come out against the United States immigration policy that is separating families at the border. Nearly 2,000 children were separated from their families between April 19 and May 31, according to a statement from the Department of Homeland Security. Cook called the practice “inhumane” while speaking in Dublin. President Donald Trump blamed the policy on Democrats, but also...

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EPA Head Scott Pruitt Spent $3,230 on Pens and Journals

Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Scott Pruitt has made yet another expensive purchase drawing criticism from the public. The spending this time? Thousands on personalized office supplies. The order included personalized pens and journals, specifically 12 silver personalized pens with the EPA seal and Pruitt’s signature on them costing $1,560 alone, The Washington Post reported. The other items, including personalized...

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This Is How Many People Actually Read Trump’s Tweets

If you think you’re seeing President Donald Trump’s tweets everywhere, you’re not alone. More than three-quarters of Americans are seeing, reading or hearing about Trump’s tweets, according to a new Gallup poll. That figure is especially interesting considering only about 8% of Americans said they actually follow Trump on Twitter, and even fewer, 4%, said they follow Trump and read all or most of his tweets. Out of those...

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Joy Reid Apologizes for Controversial Behavior But Still Says She Didn’t Write Hateful Blog Posts

Joy-Ann Reid opened her MSNBC show AM Joy on Saturday by addressing the controversy stemming from anti-gay remarks found on her old blog, which she has denied writing. While she said that she does not believe she wrote those blog posts, she admitted her other statements and actions were wrong and offensive. “I genuinely do not believe I wrote those hateful things because they are completely alien to me,” Reid said on her show....