Nassar Sexual Abuse Case’s Fallout Doesn’t End With His Sentencing

Watch Video Years after seeing Larry Nassar in the courtroom, that image remains vivid for Rachael Denhollander. She was one of the first people to publicly accuse Nassar. Denhollander said Nassar abused her multiple times starting at age 15, all under the guise of medical care. “I think it is just one of those things that doesn’t fade out of memory,” she said. “What we see happening with the Nassar case is what we see happening around the country, but blown up,” Denhollander told Newsy. “It’s like peeling an onion: I feel like every layer, you are finding corruption.” That’s exactly what ESPN reporters John Barr and Dan Murphy uncovered… Read More

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These email apps are scraping information from your inbox and selling the data for a profit

Several email apps scrape the contents of people’s inboxes and sell that data to finance and e-commerce companies, according to a new Motherboard report. The apps are primarily interested in tracking “transaction data,” gleaning information from receipts and shipping emails that show people’s consumer behavior. The apps then sell that data to third-party companies that use the information to make investment decisions. Email apps scraping peoples’ inboxes for profit include Edison, Cleanfox, and Slice. Visit Business Insider’s homepage for more stories. Several email productivity apps, popular for offering people tools to organize their inbox, are scanning the content of users’ emails and selling that data to clients for profit, according… Read More

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I took a ride in SoftBank-backed Ola cabs on its launch day in London and saw first-hand how it’s different than Uber

Ola, an Indian ride-hailing firm, launched its operations in London on Monday, giving strong competition to the likes of Uber and Bolt. The Softbank-backed firm is offering users discounts and drivers zero commissions in order to lure numbers. The app has stronger safety features with options like a start code to give to the driver before the journey begins. Visit Business Insider’s homepage for more stories Ola, a ride-hailing app launched in London on Monday and I decided to take a ride and find out just how different it is from its peers. But I am not new to Ola. I have taken many Ola rides during vacations in India… Read More

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We swear by Everlane for affordable, quality basics — these are the 19 styles that stay in our everyday rotation

Everlane has become a haven for those searching for sleek, affordable wardrobe basics. As a team of product reviewers, the Insider Picks crew is very familiar with the brand. Many of our own closets comprise largely of Everlane. From stretchy, authentic denim to outerwear made from recycled plastic bottles, you’ll find 21 of our favorite Everlane pieces, and why we love them, below. Cult-favorite basics brand Everlane has steadily been taking over as our number one shopping destination for all things sleek, pragmatic, and minimal. The brand excels at creating timeless styles with a touch of modern flair, and always keeps practicality top of mind when putting out new designs.… Read More

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THEN AND NOW: How celebrities’ red-carpet fashion has changed since their very first Oscars

Oscars fashion has changed dramatically through the decades. What started as a simple affair now features haute couture and glitter to spare. And some of Hollywood’s biggest stars have been walking the Oscars red carpet for years. So Insider decided to see how their fashion has evolved since they made their debut. Visit Insider’s homepage for more stories. Some of Hollywood’s most beloved stars have been gracing the Oscars red carpet for decades. And as the years have passed and fashion has changed, it’s no surprise that many of their styles haven’t stayed the same. So Insider went through the archives of celebrities at their Academy Awards debut to see… Read More

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2 Officers Shot, 1 Person Killed At Arkansas Walmart

Watch Video Two officers were shot and a suspect is dead after a man reportedly opened fire at an Arkansas Walmart on Monday. Authorities said officers responded to a call of the suspect “making threats” at the Forrest City, Arkansas, store. According to local outlet WREG, the man pulled out a gun and fired, striking both officers. The officers fatally shot the suspect. One officer was reportedly taken to the hospital in critical condition. No one else was injured. Authorities said in a press conference that that officer was in surgery and expected to recover. The Walmart has been closed because it is an active crime scene. Officials said they… Read More

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