CBS and PBS Fire Charlie Rose

CBS and PBS fired veteran broadcaster Charlie Rose after eight women accused him of unwanted sexual advances and inappropriate behavior. Read the story from the Los Angeles Times.

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Uber Hack Cover Up

Uber CEO Dara Khosrowshahi revealed that hackers stole information on 57 million people in 2016 and that the company kept the massive data breach secret for more than a year. The company paid the hackers $100,000 to delete the data and keep the attack a secret. Read the story from NPR.


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David Cassidy

The Partridge Family star and 1970s teen heartthrob has died at 67. Read the story from the Los Angeles Times.


Navy Plane Crashes

A U.S. Navy cargo plane carrying 11 crew and passengers crashed into the Philippine Sea off the coast of Japan. Eight people have been recovered and are in “good condition.” Searching continues for the three missing people. Read the story from NPR.


Longer Reads to Get You Through the Long Weekend

» Six Top Password Managers

With news of hackers stealing personal information hitting the headlines, PC Magazine evaluates the best password managers to help you keep your accounts safe. Read the story on Scribd before it hits newsstands.


» Net Neutrality is Under Threat (Again). Here’s Why You Should Care

The FCC is set to vote Dec. 14 on a plan to undo the 2015 “net neutrality” rules that prevent Internet providers like Comcast and Verizon from blocking or slowing websites and apps. Read the story from Popular Science.


» Smart Remedies for Foolish Spenders

“Making bad money decisions is a hallmark of humanity, but lessons from behavioral economics can help improve our personal finances.” Read the story from The Wall Street Journal.