Sprinkled Episode 6: Caramel Pretzels

An 2012 recipe is the star of the latest episode of Sprinkled. I’m really excited to bring loaded caramel dipped pretzels back to life because it’s a recipe you don’t want to miss. The October Baking Challenge (homemade toffee) is focused on candy, so these kid-friendly, super easy, salty sweet treats are the perfect fit […]

Honduran migrant group grows, heading for United States

TEGUCIGALPA (Reuters) – A growing group of more than 1,500 Honduran migrants headed for the United States moved toward the Guatemalan border on Sunday, witnesses and organizers said. Thousands of Hondurans fleeing poverty and violence move in a caravan toward the United States, in Santa Rosa de Copan, Honduras October 14, 2018. REUTERS/ Jorge Cabrera […]

Teresa Giudice Breaks Silence on Joe’s Deportation with Instagram

Teresa Giudice is sending a message about her husband’s legal troubles. The Real Housewives of New Jersey star posted on social media Sunday for the first time since a judge ruled that Joe Giudice will be deported to his native Italy at the end of his prison sentence, sharing an image of the Statue of Liberty covering her […]

Korean Government Expected to Announce ICO Stance in November, Official Says

Regulation The South Korean government is expected to announce its position on initial coin offerings in November, according to a high-ranking official. The decision will follow the outcome of the survey which the country’s Financial Supervisory Service recently sent out to domestic blockchain companies. Also read: RBI Argues Supreme Court Should Not Interfere With Its Crypto […]

Social Media Europe and the Rise of Comedy in Global Diplomacy

Donald Tusk’s use of Instagram to stage a joke at Theresa May’s expense was perceived by some to cross a diplomatic line. Certainly this view was implied by May’s sharp response that called for greater respect in Brexit negotiations. But the use of social media is increasingly a part of the ‘new diplomacy’ of states […]

Texas Professor exposes market manipulations like Tether : btc

https://www.zerohedge.com/news/2018-10-13/meet-finance-professor-exposing-rigged-markets-one-academic-paper-time “Finance professor John Griffin, along with his doctoral student companion, Amin Shams, were the two academics that drew market-moving conclusions about bitcoin last year, while the digital currency was trading around $20,000. After sifting through 2 terabytes of trading data, they alleged that bitcoin was being manipulated by someone using the cryptocurrency Tether to purchase it. […]

Pro Hearthstone player burns key card

Sometimes, in Hearthstone, your entire deck hinges on a single card. Also sometimes, you can overdraw, causing those cards to be burned away. And, once in a while, you burn your key card on stage in a championship decider match, right after the production crew cuts to signs in the crowd predicting that you’ll do […]

This LSU defender’s dad did a Haka for him, and it was incredible

One of the best moments in college football this weekend happened before LSU took the field and upset Georgia. Defensive end Breiden Fehoko was greeted by his dad when he was entering the stadium and was given an impromptu Haka. The Haka, a traditional war dance used by a variety of island nations ahead of […]