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The way that they make money is by bringing traffic to their website or the site that employs them through the use of click baiting headlines i.e. headlines that are so unbelievable you have to see what they say. We've got more work to do, but this is another important step. That's the distinction that Facebook needs to make, or it simply condemns all media.
  • United Airlines changes policy after dragging man from flight

    Economy

    Prior to Dr. David Dao being dragged off the plane by local police, reports claim passengers on the United flight were offered $800 plus a hotel room as compensation for giving up their seat. "I apologise for having to re-accommodate these customers", he said in a statement. "No one should ever be mistreated this way ..." "We have committed to our customers and employees that we are going to fix what's broken so this never happens again".
  • Pence to visit Demilitarized Zone

    Pence to visit Demilitarized Zone

    Economy

    The unannounced trip allowed the vice president, whose father fought in the Korean War, to look at North Korean soldiers from afar and gaze directly across a border marked by razor wire. The officials weren't authorized to speak publicly on the results of the policy review and requested anonymity. Meanwhile, Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe has called on North Korea's leader Kim Jong-un to avoid escalating the situation and drop its nuclear program in compliance with United Nations ...
  • United refunds passengers from nightmare flight

    United refunds passengers from nightmare flight

    Economy

    To say United Airlines is having a week from hell would be an understatement. Federal rules allow airlines to sell more tickets than they have seats, and airlines do it routinely because they assume some passengers won't show up. A witness said all the passengers on the flight were quite disturbed. USA airlines United, Delta and American accuse Gulf carriers Emirates, Etihad and Qatar Airways of receiving more than $50bn in state subsidies.
  • All options on table with N. Korea: Pence

    Economy

    North Korea has conducted five nuclear tests, including two previous year. Deputy national security adviser K.T. McFarland will also soon leave the White House, possibly taking a post as ambassador to Singapore. A US aircraft carrier, the USS Carl Vinson , is heading to waters off Korea in a show of force . The high-profile failure came as the North tried to showcase its nuclear and missile capabilities around the birth anniversary of the North's late founder and as a United States ...
  • Hamilton takes blame for Bahrain GP penalty

    Economy

    The Bahrain Grand Prix takes place today at 11AM ET from Bahrain International Circuit. I don't feel that same stress in the relationship between the two of them. Hamilton was running second between team-mate Valtteri Bottas and Red Bull's Daniel Ricciardo on lap 13 when the safety vehicle was required for a collision between the Williams of Lance Stroll and the Toro Rosso of Carlos Sainz.
  • United broke its contract with frequent fliers

    Economy

    Now-viral videos of the incident show a man, his nose bloody and his glasses almost knocked off his face, being dragged by the arm across the aisle. Dao suffered concussion, broke his nose, and lost two front teeth, said his attorney on Thursday.
  • Escalating tensions between the United States and North Korea: What's going on?

    Economy

    It banned all imports of North Korean coal on February 26 under United Nations sanctions, cutting off the North's most important export product. Ahead of Saturday's festive parade, Pyongyang urged Washington to stop its " military hysteria " and come to its " senses " - or otherwise face a merciless response in case of any provocations against North Korea.
  • Mike Pence begins Korea visit amid growing tension over North's missile test

    Economy

    He wants to demonstrate USA economic interest in the region after Trump abandoned the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP), a trade deal negotiated by former President Barack Obama. "North Korea is a liability to everybody and it's a threat not just to the United States, not just to South Korea, not just to Japan, not just to Russian Federation, but it's actually a threat to China as well", McFarland said Sunday on " Fox News Sunday ".