If you’re looking for a job, Amazon is once again hiring for its virtual customer service center! The e-commerce giant needs part-time customer service associates who will work from home to troubleshoot issues that customers may have over phone, chat and email. Read more: Career expert reveals 9 secrets to resume success Amazon is hiring for… Continue reading “Need extra cash? Amazon is hiring and you can work from home”
Originally posted 2017-09-06 00:30:21.
Russian President Vladimir Putin and President Donald Trump’s so-called bromance is not on the rocks because there was never romance to begin with, Putin told reporters on Tuesday. While visiting China for a BRICS summit, Putin addressed journalists’ questions about the increasingly cool relations between Moscow and Washington. Both administrations have said that tensions between the… Continue reading “Putin: Trump Can’t Disappoint Me, We’re Not Married”
Originally posted 2017-09-06 00:28:10.
ALAMEDA, Calif. — Sebastian Janikowski, who hasn’t seen the field since the Raiders’ second exhibition game, is at an impasse with the Raiders over his contract, according to an ESPN report Monday. Janikowski, 39, is in the last year of a contract in which he is scheduled to make $4,050,000, making him the fourth highest paid… Continue reading “Report: Raiders’ Sebastian Janikowski balks at reworking contract”
Originally posted 2017-09-06 00:26:55.
Hurricane Irma has strengthened into an extremely dangerous category five storm as it churns towards the Leeward Islands in the eastern Caribbean, forecasters say. It is expected to remain a major hurricane throughout the week. (more) As of 8 a.m. ET on Tuesday, the center of Irma was located about 270 miles (440 kilometers) east of… Continue reading “Irma strengthens into a massive category 5 hurricane”
Originally posted 2017-09-05 13:55:20.
Millions of U.S. Honda and Acura vehicle owners are expected to receive $500 under a new settlement agreement with the automaker over defective Takata air bags. The Japanese automaker agreed to settle a class-action lawsuit for more than $600 million, according to USA Today, making Honda and Acura owners eligible for the compensation. The settlement also… Continue reading “Millions of Honda owners have some cash headed their way thanks to a class-action lawsuit”
Originally posted 2017-09-05 21:08:43.
On national prayer day Sunday, President Donald Trump’s White House team met over his decision to stop shielding young people who came to America illegally with their parents from being thrown out of the U.S. Trump is expected to end the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program, known as DACA, on Tuesday, two people familiar with… Continue reading “Trump Decides to End DACA—Report”
Originally posted 2017-09-05 13:51:56.
Put that hot dog down and look at all this cool new stuff you missed This Onnit Slam Ball isn’t technically a gadget, but it is a Star Wars-themed piece of workout gear, which seems worthy of a spot in this week’s list. Onnit Labor Day 2017 is upon us, which means summer is over and… Continue reading “Last Week in Tech: Oh man, look at all these sweet ‘Star Wars’ toys”
Originally posted 2017-09-04 21:12:20.
China will give 500 million yuan (64 million euros) for a BRICS economic and technology cooperation plan. Chinese President Xi Jinping says there will also be the equivalent of a further 3.3 million euros for projects at the BRICS countries’ New Development Bank. The announcement comes amid questions over the relevance of BRICS and China’s commitment… Continue reading “BRICS boost from China”
Originally posted 2017-09-04 21:07:49.
UNITED NATIONS — The U.S. ambassador to the United Nations called Monday for punishing all countries that do business with North Korea after the largest nuclear test conducted by Pyongyang. From the United States to Japan, ambassadors at a U.N. Security Council meeting expressed fear and anger and frustration about North Korea. The nuclear bomb tested… Continue reading “North Korean leader is ‘begging for war,’ US ambassador to UN says”
Originally posted 2017-09-04 21:06:41.
LOS ANGELES �� Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti declared a local emergency Sunday and asked Gov. Jerry Brown to do the same as firefighters continued to battle a large blaze in the Verdugo Mountains that destroyed three homes, closed a freeway and forced hundreds to leave their homes. Firefighters hoped for some relief overnight from a… Continue reading “LA declares emergency as wildfire burns out of control”
Originally posted 2017-09-04 04:41:56.