The Zags welcomed to BYU for WCC action

PROVO – For the fourth match in a row, the BYU women’s tennis team will remain at home to face off against West Coast Conference foe Gonzaga this weekend. Matches will be held on Friday, March 22, at 12 p.m. MDT at the BYU Indoor Tennis Courts unless weather permits outdoor play. Live video feed and stats will be available on the women’s tennis schedule page. BYU BYU is now 7-5 on the season, 1-0 WCC, after a dominating 4-1 victory over Portland and a heartbreaking 4-3 loss to Utah in the Deseret First Duel. Junior Polina Malykh extended her winning streak to 9-0 after back-to-back wins last weekend. Duo… Read More

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Kendra Duggar’s Mom Pushes Out Kid #8: Baby Garrett Is the Same Age As His Uncle!

While somewhat new parents Kendra (Caldwell) Duggar and husband Joe were busy enjoying their first baby son Garrett, Kendra’s mom Christina Caldwell was having a difficult time with her own pregnancy. Her eighth pregnancy, mind you. In Monday night’s episode of Counting On, Kendra revealed to fans that her mother has always struggled with pregnancies ever since she was in a car accident that caused internal damage when she was pregnant with Kendra 19 years prior. The family began to notice the complications after Christina looked to be in serious pain walking to the beach on their family vacation, Kendra explained. “My mom is 28 weeks along, and she has… Read More

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10 surprising, everyday things that can make you sick

Tons of things in your everyday life can run the risk of making you sick. The five-second rule isn’t so harmless. Drinking fountains can also cause you to get sick. Staying healthy is a full-time job. Eating right, keeping active, and avoiding unnecessary risk is all part of making sure your body is fit enough to take on whatever life throws at it. Though some not-so-great habits and environmental factors are obviously bad for your health, other health risks might not be so obvious. INSIDER consulted with medical experts to uncover a few seemingly harmless things that can actually get you sick. Washing raw meat actually increases your chances of… Read More

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Uber Eats rolls out confusing new fees — here’s what they mean

Uber Eats rolled out its new fees structure this week, and most people are confused about what the new fees mean. Instead of a booking fee for each order, Uber is now splitting up its fee into a delivery and service fee, and adding a small order fee of $2 when your order total is less than $10. Here’s what it actually means. From the homepage of the app, you can see the delivery fees. Ranging from 49 cents to $3.99 in New York, at a glance it looks more appealing and affordable than the previous fees of $2.49 to $6.49. But once you start adding items to your cart… Read More

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These Are The Best Deals Online This Week, According To R29 Fashion Editors

When you’ve got a shopping habit like ours — make that a shopping job — you find yourself saving more pieces to a wish list that seems to know no limits. And while we’ll certainly pay full price for the goods we really want (see our series The Sell-Out for the things that cannot be slept on), the siren call of a short-lived sale paired with clearance tab treasure hunting is what really gets our blood pumping here on the R29 Shopping Team. We see so much good stuff on sale, in fact; that we just had to start sharing it with you. Welcome to The Score, our new home… Read More

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Facebook’s former chief security officer on how to protect content moderators

Facebook’s former chief security officer Alex Stamos joined The Verge’s Casey Newton onstage at SXSW to discuss the difficult issues that plague Facebook and democracy. You can listen to their discussion in its entirety on The Vergecast right now. Below is a lightly edited excerpt from this interview between Stamos and Newton about how to better serve the mental health of content moderators. Casey Newton: Let me ask about content moderation. I recently wrote a story about content moderators, and some of the working conditions they encounter is really rough. How should Facebook and other platforms think about moderation going forward? Should these employees be paid more? Should this be… Read More

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A Week In Orange County, CA, On $30 Per Hour

Welcome toMoney Diaries , where we’re tackling what might be the last taboo facing modern working women: money. We’re asking millennials how they spend their hard-earned money during a seven-day period — and we’re tracking every last dollar. Today: a marketing manager working in consumer goods who makes $30 per hour and spends some of her money this week on First Aid Beauty moisturizer. Occupation: Marketing ManagerIndustry: Consumer GoodsAge: 29Location: Orange County, CAIncome: $30/hourPaycheck Amount (2x/month): $1,750-$1,850 Monthly ExpensesRent: $300 for my half. I live with my fiancé, N. My future father-in-law is our landlord. He’s helping us save up for a house (which is incredibly generous), so we just… Read More

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Watch Google’s Stadia video game platform event in 5 minutes

Google is entering the video game industry, with its Stadia streaming platform. The company officially announced the console at the Game Developer’s Conference 2019. Watch the video above for what we can expect will be the console’s coolest features. Google finally showed off its Stadia gaming platform at the 2019 Game Developers Conference. While there is no pricing or date set for the platform’s launch, the company says it will be coming in 2019. Players will be able to use the Chrome browser to quickly load games on smartphones, tablets, desktop computers, and Chromecasts. Join the conversation about this story » …read more Source:: Business Insider       

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Preliminary hearing set in Utah double stabbing case

HERRIMAN — A preliminary hearing has been set for a man accused of stabbing his girlfriend after she allegedly stabbed him in self-defense. Korbin Baker, 20, of Herriman, was charged in 3rd District Court with two counts of aggravated assault, a second-degree felony. In court on Monday, a judge set a preliminary hearing for April 2. On Feb. 26, Herriman police were called to 5264 W. Primavue Lane (12470 South) where a man and women both had suffered “significant stab wounds,” according to officers. A 26-year-old woman called 911 reporting that her live-in boyfriend was choking her, so “she stabbed him and then he stabbed her,” according to charging documents.… Read More

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