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Manuel Pinho recebeu 315 mil euros do ‘saco azul’ do GES – Observador
Ex-ministro da Economia de Sócrates recebeu valores como administrador do GES. Pereira Gonçalves, ex-diretor do BES que foi secretário de Estado do Governo Passos Coelho, recebeu cerca de 54 mil euros via Pocket
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Caso EDP. Pinho recebeu meio milhão do GES quando era ministro. Ricardo Salgado vai ser arguido – Observador
Nova offshore descoberta a Manuel Pinho recebeu cerca de 1 milhão do saco azul do GES - 500 mil quando era ministro. MP diz que foi para beneficiar BES e a EDP. Salgado vai ser arguido no caso EDP. via Pocket
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A Cozy Cottage She Shed - The Home Depot Blog
We asked some of our favorite DIY and design bloggers to show us their ideas for a she shed. Kristen Whitby blogs at Ella Claire. Here’s her cozy she shed. I loved the idea and challenge of creating a fun little  “She Shed” in our backyard. via Pocket
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Not a shaggy dog story: Software-defined storage inside $300m Softbank pet project • The Register
via Pocket - Not a shaggy dog story: Software-defined storage inside $300m Softbank pet project - Added April 19, 2018 at 09:34AM
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The Xbox One is the best console if you don’t care about new games - The Verge
via Pocket - The Xbox One is the best console if you don’t care about exclusive new games - Added April 19, 2018 at 10:07PM
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More Security, Support with OpenStack Pike, the Latest Rackspace Private Cloud
via Pocket - More Security, Support with OpenStack Pike, the Latest Rackspace Private Cloud - Added April 19, 2018 at 10:08PM
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SpaceX nails first rocket landing by sea in half a year, sends exoplanet probe beyond the Moon
via Pocket - SpaceX nails first rocket landing by sea in half a year, sends exoplanet probe beyond the Moon - Added April 19, 2018 at 10:09PM
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Beyoncé at Coachella Mastered the Fierceness of Crowds - The Atlantic
The pop star’s dazzling Coachella set further honed her career-long fascination with democratizing messages through mass movement. More than 100 dancers and musicians get hired for a mononym’s megafestival performance: We know, in some ways, what it’s going to look like.
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New York should amend its double jeopardy law to make sure Trump can’t bail out Michael Cohen.
On Friday, Michael Cohen skipped a federal court hearing reviewing his emergency claims surrounding attorney-client privilege. Instead, he made a public showing of cigar-smoking nonchalance with friends at a Manhattan hotel.
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The Education Summit
Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit. In non turpis suscipit purus feugiat sollicitudin. What does the future of American education look like?
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J. Marion Sims, the Gynecologist Who Experimented on Slaves - The Atlantic
Fellow doctors have been some of the most prominent defenders of J. Marion Sims, the controversial “father of gynecology.” Their names—at least the ones we know—were Lucy, Anarcha, and Betsey. There were other women, but their identities have been forgotten.
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2018 Could Be the Year of the Ballot Initiative - The Atlantic
In many states, the most important policy changes this year won’t come from legislation, but from ballot initiatives. American democracy is in trouble—and that’s expert opinion.
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Pompeo's North Korea Visit Shows Trump Wants to Go Big - The Atlantic
On Tuesday, Donald Trump, who once threatened North Korea with “fire and fury” and tweeted at his secretary of state to quit “wasting his time trying to negotiate with Little Rocket Man,” gave North and South Korea his “
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The Megafire Burning in Oklahoma - The Atlantic
In western Oklahoma, a region suffering through an exceptionally harsh drought and now enduring dangerously hot and dry conditions, several wildfires have recently broken out, including the Rhea Fire, a “megafire” which has burned more than 260,000 acres since April 12.
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How Stormy Daniels and James Comey Could Hurt Democrats - The Atlantic
The intense media focus on President Trump’s personal dramas hurts the party’s ability to sell its message to the voters it needs most.
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Multilevel-Marketing and the Mass Hoax of Selling Yoga Pants on Facebook - The Atlantic
Is the social-media gig economy a form of entrepreneurship, fraud—or something else entirely? “Hi! I noticed you posted about your cold today. It sucks to be sick. I thought maybe you’d like to try some greens! I love them; I swear, you’ll never get sick again!”
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Watch The Anguish of a Generation | The New Yorker Video | CNE
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Where the Amish Go on Vacation | The New Yorker
Each winter, for close to a century now, hundreds of Amish and Mennonite families have travelled from their homes in icy quarters of the U.S. and Canada to Pinecraft, a small, sunny neighborhood in Sarasota, Florida.
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