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Friday June 7th, 2019 night edition

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Stevens, as well as NBA and Warriors representatives were not immediately available for comment.

Stevens joined the Warriors ownership team in 2013, when Vivek Ranadivé bought a stake in the Sacramento Kings and was forced to divest his share of the Warriors.

"We've managed to build a strong and well-rounded ownership group in which each individual contributes to our success, and Mark is no exception.

Update: The Warriors have confirmed that Stevens was the person involved and issued a statement.

Mr. Stevens’ behavior last night did not reflect the high standards that we hope to exemplify as an organization.

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The Interview Has Renewed Interest in Chaplin’s The Great Dictator, Which Is a Great Thing

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Hitler, for his part, was known for his speeches, but looked ridiculous in silent newsreels, where his exaggerated mannerisms played more to laughs.

When Germans could finally see and hear him at the same time, Hitler’s onscreen presence had a powerful — and to some, chilling — effect.

The film both ridicules the Hitler figure and explores just what it is that makes him so compelling and frightening. »

'Single Most Important Stat on the Planet': Alarm as Atmospheric CO2 Soars to 'Legit Scary' Record High

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"The 2019 peak value was 3.5 PPM higher than the 411.2 PPM peak in May 2018 and marks the second-highest annual jump on record.".

Single most important stat on the planet: CO2 rose 3.5 parts per million last year, 2nd-highest annual rise on record.

"We should no longer measure our wealth and success in the graph that shows economic growth, but in the curve that shows the emissions of greenhouse gases.". »

46 ice cream trucks are being seized in a New York City crackdown

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It's not a noir film; it's a crackdown on ice cream trucks.

The city began seizing 46 ice cream trucks Wednesday in "Operation Meltdown" after operators violated traffic laws and then evaded fines for nearly a decade, Mayor Bill de Blasio said in a news release.

"We all know from common experience that ice cream trucks are magnets for children," said Zachary W. Carter, the city's corporation counsel. »

As Google Ponders Making Ad Blockers Less Useful, Mozilla Ramps Up Tracker Blocking

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As Google Ponders Making Ad Blockers Less Useful, Mozilla Ramps Up Tracker Blocking.

from the competing-for-your-privacy dept. Google found itself under fire last week after critics said the company was considering weakening ad blockers on the company's Chrome browser.

And should Google continue down the road to making adblock extensions less effective, Mozilla seems intent to fill the void. »