Winter storm clears but thousands left in the dark:

The Southeast’s first winter storm of the season has faded, with clear conditions expected Tuesday, but tens of thousands of people remain without power after the weekend’s record-setting snow.

The storm killed three people in North Carolina and grounded thousands of flights in the region, including more than 500 flights on Monday.
Early Tuesday, more than 44,500 customers in North Carolina, 20,000 in South Carolina and 15,600 in Virginia were without power, according to Poweroutage.US.

The global turmoil Trump fueled is poised to haunt him as markets fluctuate:

US President Donald Trump unleashed a wave of global disruption on the way to the White House in 2016 — and now there are signs the anti-elite tide he surfed to the presidency could come back to hurt him.

Pandemonium in Washington, London, Paris and Berlin is breeding the kind of uncertainty that investors and markets abhor, just at the moment fears are growing of a global economic slowdown and an end to a years-long bull run.
Any sign that the economy is losing steam and that the decade of recovery from the most recent financial crisis is ebbing could come just at the wrong moment for the President, as he and his potential Democratic challengers spoil for battle ahead of his re-election campaign.

High school football player confesses to killing pregnant schoolmate, court papers say:

A 16-year-old Indiana high school football player confessed to fatally stabbing a pregnant schoolmate after she waited too long to tell him about the pregnancy to get an abortion, according to court papers.

Aaron Trejo, a member of the Mishawaka High School football team, was charged Monday with murder and feticide in the death of Breana Rouhselang on Saturday. The 17-year-old junior and cheerleader at the school east of South Bend was six months pregnant, her mother told police, according to an affidavit. An autopsy confirmed the pregnancy.

LeBron James’ 28 Points Lift Lakers Past Heat in Final Game vs. Dwyane Wade:

They have won championships together, battled each other as opponents and developed into the defining players of one of the best draft classes in NBA history, but LeBron James has something Dwyane Wade never will: bragging rights from their final matchup.

James led the Los Angeles Lakers to a 108-105 victory over Wade’s Miami Heat on Monday at Staples Center in what figures to be the last matchup between the two future Hall of Famers after Wade said he will retire following the 2018-19 season.

Google says Google+ bug affected 52.5 million people:

Google will shut down its Google+ social network much sooner than planned after discovering a second bug that revealed millions of customers’ private information to software developers.

In a blog post, the company said 52.5 million people were affected by a bug in a November software update. The latest bug allowed app developers to access profile information not marked public. App developers inadvertently had access to this data for six days.
Google said it detected the issue during regular testing, and fixed it within a week of discovery.
Google disclosed a similar bug in October. At the time, the company said it “discovered and immediately patched” a bug in March 2018, which potentially allowed developers to access profile data that wasn’t public, including usernames, email addresses, occupations and ages. The bug reportedly affected as many as 500,000 accounts.

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