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Trump is an aggressive negotiator, according to former FBI hostage negotiator Chris Voss, who now runs strategy consultancy Black Swan Group. "He's actually the kind of negotiator that as a hostage negotiator I had to learn how to get the upper hand on, without making them mad, without making it worse," Voss says. Here's how that works when it comes to closing a deal, and what you can learn from it.U.S. HuffPost
David Steven Bell, the 6-foot-5, 250-pound man facing charges for punching a preteen girl at a North Carolina mall, was acting in self-defense and suffers from various medical conditions, according to his lawyer.Entertainment Good Morning America
The internet was buzzing earlier this week as the first trailer for "Spider-Man: Far From Home" was released by Marvel, featuring Spidey and film star Jake Gyllenhaal as Mysterio. Marvel has cast trans actor Zach Barack as one of Peter Parker's buddies who travels with him to Venice on a high school field trip.Business Yahoo Finance Video
After a long battle, Ireland’s biggest fast-food chain, Supermac, has won a trademark case against McDonald’s. The Ireland chain’s case has officially been ruled by the EU Intellectual Property Office that the phrase “Big Mac” is no longer valid in Europe. Yahoo Finance’s Dan Roberts, Myles Udland, and Melody Hahm discuss.Celebrity Women's Health
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“Does anyone else look back and feel like periods of time in your life were another life entirely?”World The Independent
A member of the British special forces took part in the military operation following the al-Shabaab attack on a hotel complex in the Kenyan capital, Nairobi, in which 14 people were killed, The Independent has learned. The SAS soldier, who had previously served in Afghanistan and Iraq, was seen in the thick of the action, helping to rescue civilians trapped amid the firefight and explosions, and guiding Kenyan forces as they tried to flush out the Islamist fighters from the buildings. The soldier is part of a British training team based in Kenya, and was at the scene mentoring Kenyan troops who had been deployed at the dusitD2 complex in the affluent Westlands area, where the al-Shabaab attackers had smashed through security barriers, throwing grenades and spraying automatic rifle fire.Celebrity Entertainment Tonight
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Your expectations about how a plan should unfold could be based as much in feelings as in logic today. While youre always among the first to come down on the side of common sense, its tempting even fo...