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Month: December 2017

Sports: Browns complete second 0-16 season in NFL history in depressing fashion with heartbreaking final offensive play

The Cleveland Browns were knocking on the door of their first win of the season before one final failure secured their 0-16 season. The Cleveland Browns finished the season in depressing fashion on Sunday, becoming just the second team in NFL history to finish the year winless. The Browns had a shot at a potential

Tech: Evan Spiegel reportedly dropped $4 million on a massive New Year's Eve party for Snapchat — and Drake's going to be there

Snapchat is flying in employees from around the world. Evan Spiegel, CEO of Snapchat parent company Snap Inc., reportedly spent over $4 million on the company’s New Year’s Eve party at L.A. Live, according to TMZ. Spiegel rented out several venues, including the Microsoft Theater, a bowling alley, and Wolfgang Puck’s restaurant. The company is

Tech: Snapchat and Evan Spiegel reportedly dropped $4 million on a massive New Year's Eve party in Los Angeles — and Drake's going to be there

They’re even reportedly flying in Snapchat employees from around the world. Snapchat parent company Snap Inc. and its CEO Evan Spiegel are reportedly spending over $4 million on their New Year’s Eve party at L.A. Live, according to TMZ. Spiegel and Snap rented out several venues, including the Microsoft Theater, a bowling alley, and Wolfgang

Tech: Snapchat and CEO Evan Spiegel reportedly dropped $4 million on a massive New Year's Eve party in Los Angeles — and Drake's going to be there

They’re even reportedly flying in Snapchat employees from around the world. Snapchat parent company Snap Inc. and its CEO Evan Spiegel are reportedly spending over $4 million on their New Year’s Eve party at L.A. Live, according to TMZ. Spiegel and Snap rented out several venues, including the Microsoft Theater, a bowling alley, and Wolfgang

Strategy: Hundreds of thousands of undocumented immigrants ride Mexico's 'train of death' every year to get to America

More than 400,000 undocumented immigrants tried to enter the US through the southwestern border in 2016, many of them through the ‘train of death.’ More than 400,000 immigrants tried to enter the US undocumented through the southwestern border in 2016. The vast majority were from Central America. Most Central American immigrants travel along the same
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