45 Najväčších Zlyhaní Vo Vysielaní Naživo

Keď sa pozerajú milióny divákov, televízne kanály starostlivo plánujú všetko, aby sa nesekli. Ale niekedy sa veci aj napriek starostlivej príprave pokazia. Platí to najmä pre živé vysielanie. V tomto článku vám ukážeme, že najväčší spravodajcovia vysielania správ vedia veselo zlyhať. Buďte pripravení na veľké ružové skákacie loptičky, ktoré vychádzajú z ničoho, veselé deti, ktoré […]

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California’s largest wildfire ever has destroyed an area nearly the size of Los Angeles

California’s Mendocino fire complex is now the largest in the state’s recorded history, fire officials said Tuesday morning. It’s just one of 17 currently blazing across the state that have left at least seven people dead. The complex, which is made up of two fires that started burning on July 27, has consumed more than […]

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Rick Gates can’t remember if he stole money from Trump’s inaugural committee

Alexandria, Virginia — Rick Gates has already admitted to committing numerous crimes with his ex-boss, President Trump’s former campaign chairman Paul Manafort. Heck, he’s admitted to stealing hundreds of thousands of dollars from Manafort by entering false expenses. But he can’t quite remember if he did the same thing when he held a senior position […]

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White cop who fatally shot unarmed Hispanic man five times will face manslaughter charges

A Pennsylvania police officer who shot an unarmed man five times in broad daylight outside an amusement park will face voluntary manslaughter charges, prosecutors said Tuesday. Lehigh County District Attorney James Martin said in a press conference Tuesday that Officer Jonathan Roselle, 33, was not justified in his decision to shoot Joseph “Joey” Santos on […]

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India’s new data protection law could create a massive surveillance state

Last month the head of India’s telecoms regulator, RS Sharma, decided to prove just how secure the country’s much vaunted Aadhaar biometric database is — by publishing his Aadhaar number on Twitter. “Now I give this challenge to you: Show me one concrete example where you can do any harm to me,” Sharma said. Within […]

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Wilbur “Grifter” Ross may have stolen $120 million and a bunch of Sweet’N Low, report says

As the former “King of Bankruptcy” and a billionaire investor, Secretary of Commerce Wilbur Ross likes a sweet deal. That apparently includes five-finger discounts on Sweet N’ Low, according to a new Forbes report. Ross, whom Forbes estimates to be worth $700 million, would steal the artificial sweetener, which sells for about $10 for 500 […]

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Toxic algae is killing thousands of fish in Florida and making people sick

Captain Billy Norris recently had to institute a “catch-and-release” only policy for his company, Pale Horse Fishing Charters in Bonita Springs, Florida. For a stretch of the summer, business was booming. Then, the corpses of manatees, sea turtles, and other marine life starting washing ashore. “It’s really, really bad,” Norris, a lifelong Floridian, told VICE […]

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Everything you need to know about about Tuesday’s primaries and special elections

President Donald Trump declared Republican Troy Balderson the winner of Tuesday’s special election for Ohio’s 12th Congressional district, despite the race being too close to call. Balderson, who was heavily backed by the White House ahead of the vote, leads Democrat Danny O’Connor by less than a single point but with absentee and provisional ballots […]

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Here’s why Twitter isn’t banning Alex Jones

Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey explained Tuesday why he won’t follow the other social networks and ban conspiracy theorist Alex Jones: “He hasn’t violated our rules.” After Apple, Facebook, Google, Spotify and Pinterest all banned Jones this week, Twitter and its live streaming app Periscope have become key platforms for Jones and his Infowars network. Yet […]

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This is the aftermath of Nicaragua’s protests against Ortega

There’s an uneasy calm on the streets of Managua and other cities across Nicaragua. University campuses that were once occupied by students have been reclaimed by black-clad police with rifles. In the small city of Masaya, a focal point of the unrest, workers have replaced the cobblestones that protesters used to build barricades; meanwhile, paramilitary […]