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Xiaomi’s new AI research team will bolster its voice assistant

BI Intelligence This story was delivered to BI Intelligence IoT Briefing subscribers hours before it appeared on Business Insider. To be the first to know, please click here. Chinese technology giant Xiaomi has assembled a 500 person AI research team based in Shanghai to enhance the company's voice assistant, Xiao AI, Voicebot.ai reports. See the rest of the story at Business InsiderSee Also:ARM and Nvidia eye deep learning in the IoTGoogle taps Foghorn to simplify the deployment of industrial IoT solutionsChatbots and voice assistants are gaining traction in the workplace

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Coincheck may be acquired by Japanese online broker

BI Intelligence This story was delivered to BI Intelligence "Fintech Briefing" subscribers. To learn more and subscribe, please click here. Japanese online broker Monex Group is in talks with Japanese cryptocurrency exchange Coincheck to take over the company. Coincheck suffered the largest crypto hack in history earlier this year, when $543 million in customer holdings were stolen from the exchange.See the rest of the story at Business InsiderSee Also:Here are the pros and cons of Arizona's fintech sandboxUK government launches its first fintech planHere's why Visa B2B Connect should target small businesses

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There’s new evidence that Silicon Valley's favorite mindfulness habit may help defeat a key problem of aging

A growing body of evidence suggests regular meditation is linked with benefits including lower stress and better focus — a key trait that dissipates with age. Meditation is also one of Silicon Valley's hottest trends, with everyone from startup employees to CEOs adopting the practice. And a new study suggests that the benefits of meditation could be more long-lasting than we thought, depending on how much time you can devote to the practice. Stop. Breathe. Let everything go. Giving your mind a break from bustling thoughts may empower it to run more efficiently.See the rest of the story at Business InsiderNOW WATCH: This incredible animation shows how humans evolved from early lifeSee Also:The best time of day to exercise, according to the creator of the viral 7-minute workoutI tried the science-backed 7-minute fitness routine and was blown away by how well it worksAngelina Jolie shed light on a genetic mutation tied to breast cancer risk — now 23andMe will test you for it, but scientists are worriedSEE ALSO: 9 surprising ways meditation changes your brain

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I drove a $43,500 Chevy Colorado ZR2 — and it was one of the best pickup trucks I've ever tested (GM)

Matthew DeBord/BI The 2018 Chevy Colorado ZR2 is a highly capable off-roader, with a robust 4WD system. But the Chevy Colorado pickup can still do everyday duty. For the price, you're getting a lot of truck for the money. I've always been a big fan of the Chevy Colorado, the compact (really, mid-sized) pickup truck that Chevy rolled out a few years ago to invigorate the small-pickup segment. The Chevy Colorado has been a big hit, compelling Ford to revive its own Ranger pickup in the US. So in addition to a pickup-truck war among the big guys — the Ford F-150 full-size, along with the forthcoming all-new Chevy Silverado and the Ram 1500 — we have a skirmish shaping up in the smaller-pickup segment, between Chevy and Ford. Adding to the fun is the bevy of high-performance variants we now have in the market. We just put the Chevy Silverado Z71 up against the might Ford Raptor, and recently I got to check out the 2018 Chevy Colorado ZR2, the oomphier sibling of the regular truck. Our $43,475 tester was well-equipped and ready for off-road action, but sadly I spent most of my time driving around suburban New Jersey. That's a shame, as fans of the ZR2 know that it's a capable rock-buster and really made to haul dirt bikes out the desert for dusty thrills. Anyway, here's what I thought:"Cajun Red Tintcoat!" What a great color! I want all my cars to look like this in the future. Matthew DeBord/BI Our test truck was $43,475 — the Colorado ZR2 is already a lot pricier then the $20,000 basic Colorado, but out tester came well-optioned out of the box before a few extras added about $700 Our ZR2 came with a crew cab and a "short box" bed. Some folks don't much like short boxes, but I think for the uses that most owners would put the Colorado to, the short box is ideal. Matthew DeBord/BI Home Depot runs, gardening, maybe some light brush-clearing and log-hauling duty — none would over stress the short box. I figure you could get two mountain bikes in there. Our tester also came with an installed roof rack for skis. The Colorado ZR2 kind of blends aggression with sporty sleekness. Personally, I don't think the various fascia elements — grille, badge, headlights — are in good balance. Matthew DeBord/BI See the rest of the story at Business InsiderSee Also:We drove a $57,500 Tesla Model 3 and a $43,000 Chevy Bolt to see which is better — here's the verdictThe coolest things I saw at the 2018 New York Auto ShowAmericans are obsessed with SUVs — these are the ones everyone is buyingSEE ALSO: We drove a $63,000 Ford Raptor and a $58,000 Chevy Silverado Z71 to see which pickup truck we liked better — here's the verdict FOLLOW US : On Facebook for more car and transportation content!

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The same 2 words keep coming up in Jamie Dimon's annual letter

Getty/Mark Wilson JPMorgan chief Jamie Dimon's annual letter to shareholders was just published.  The 47-page letter covers a lot of ground, ranging from how to tackle bureaucracy in big organizations to trade policy. But the same two words kept popping up: adding bankers. JPMorgan is looking to expand across just about every business. Jamie Dimon's annual letter to shareholders was just published, and the same two words pop up repeatedly: adding bankers.  The 47-page letter covers a lot of ground, ranging from how to tackle bureaucracy in big organizations to trade policy. But the note also hints at JPMorgan's expansive growth plans, setting out areas of growth for just about every business. From the letter (emphasis added): See the rest of the story at Business InsiderNOW WATCH: Trade war fears are escalating — here's who has the most to loseSee Also:Jamie Dimon gave a big shout-out to President Trump in his annual letter31 celebrities who have publicly supported Donald TrumpThe gender pay gap at the UK's biggest banks, asset managers, and insurers — from best to worstSEE ALSO: Jamie Dimon isn't losing sleep over the stock market's biggest fear

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16 of the coolest apps and gadgets you should use the next time you travel

Scott Olson/Getty Thanks to technology, gone are the days of overpaying for flights, struggling to book a place to stay when you travel, or suffering through terrible meals at subpar restaurants. But with so many available apps and gadgets to help you out, which ones are really going to save you time and money or make your trip more fun? From apps that act like a 21st-century travel agent to gadgets that work as a suitcase and a phone charger, we've compiled 16 of the coolest products you should consider bringing on your next trip:1. Hopper tells you when to book your flight to maximize savings. Hopper The basic premise of Hopper is that you set up what days you want to fly, then Hopper sends push notifications telling you how prices are changing and recommends when you should buy. Then you can buy tickets for your flight directly in the app. Hopper is available on the App Store and the Google Play Store. 2. Pack Simply lets you design a custom TSA-approved travel kit for cheap and ship it straight to your door. Pack Simply Pack Simply is trying to take the hassle out of buying travel-sized toiletries by offering the ability to build a Transportation Security Administration-approved toiletry bag online. Pack Simply ships the bag to you, packed and ready for your trip. The platform is simple and works like most e-commerce sites. Pack Simply divides the toiletries into several categories (shampoo, shaving, medicine, etc.) and lets you add products to your cart. Each category has about 10-15 products to choose from, and if you spend more than $20 on products, Pack Simply tosses in the $4 clear plastic travel bag for free. 3. Overnight helps you find a place to crash last-minute. Overnight Overnight offers on-demand booking of short-term rentals — think Airbnb meets Hotel Tonight. Overnight's rentals are often cheap (you can book private rooms or entire homes), and users can often find accommodations in 10 minutes or less. Learn more about Overnight or download it from the App Store. See the rest of the story at Business InsiderSee Also:The 10 most high-tech sedans you can buyDogs see the world very differently from human beings — here's how it worksCan you tell which of these tech company mission statements are real?SEE ALSO: The 12 best apps that make moving a lot easier

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Mike Myers returned as Dr. Evil on 'The Tonight Show' to make fun of the Trump administration

NBC/YouTube Mike Myers returned to his Dr. Evil character from the "Austin Powers" movies on "The Tonight Show" Wednesday to make fun of White House turnover. In the interview, Dr. Evil said he had just been fired by President Trump, and that the most "evil" ideas, like the border wall, were his. Dr. Evil said he got along with Ben Carson because "they were both doctors who didn't know why they were there."   Mike Myers appeared on "The Tonight Show starring Jimmy Fallon" Wednesday night, as his Dr. Evil character from the "Austin Powers" movies, to take some jabs at Trump.See the rest of the story at Business InsiderNOW WATCH: Why 555 is always used for phone numbers on TV and in moviesSee Also:31 celebrities who have publicly supported Donald TrumpTiger Woods is back — here's how he spends his millions and lives his life off the courseABC execs say the 'Roseanne' reboot was a direct result of Trump's electionSEE ALSO: The best TV reboots and revivals of all time — and the worst

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Liverpool fans lit flares, threw bricks, and trashed the Manchester City team bus so badly it was put out of commission

Reuters Liverpool FC fans lit flares, threw bricks, and trashed the Manchester City team bus so badly it was put out of commission. Manchester City players were not fazed by the incident. In fact, City midfielder Kevin de Bruyne said it was "a nice feeling." Regardless, the police are investigating the incident.   Fans of Liverpool FC gave Manchester City a welcome to remember ahead of their Champions League quarterfinal clash at Anfield on Wednesday evening.See the rest of the story at Business InsiderNOW WATCH: Neo-Nazi groups let a journalist in their meetings and rallies — here's what he sawSee Also:Zinedine Zidane says Cristiano Ronaldo's bicycle kick was one of the best goals in history — but he once scored one 'even prettier'Armed guards protect navy privates and scientists from polar bears while they play soccer in the ArcticA top Premier League footballer says being a vegan has improved his performance — but his teammates are always trying to feed him meatSEE ALSO: Cristiano Ronaldo scores with an incredible bicycle kick in the Champions League that even opposing fans had to stand up and applaud DON'T MISS: Zinedine Zidane says Cristiano Ronaldo's bicycle kick was one of the best goals in history — but he once scored one 'even prettier'

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Bill Gates says he now lumps the the world into 4 income groups — here’s how it breaks down

Nick Ut/AP ImagesBill Gates may be on a mission to eradicate extreme poverty, but he's not going to do it by focusing on the "developing" world anymore. "I talk about the developed and developing world all the time, but I shouldn’t," Gates wrote in a new blog post this week.  His new resolution to eradicate "developing" and "developed" from his vocabulary was spurred by the release of the book "Factfulness," written by his good friend and Swedish statistician Hans Rosling. Rosling died of pancreatic cancer last year, bit his book is out post-mortem, after his son and daughter-in-law finished the final pages for him.  Gates called it "one of the most educational books I've ever read." and said the world would be better if millions of others read it, too.   Factfulness is Rosling's final  attempt to change the fatalistic ways that he says most people view the world. He wants us to know that statistically speaking, things aren't as bad as we might think. He believes we rely too much on a set of emotion-fueled "instincts" to frame the state of the world, painting a much gloomier-than-reality picture of everything from global education to healthcare and natural disasters.  One of the biggest ways he hopes to do this is by replacing the binary framework of one "developing" world pitted against another "developed" world.  Instead, he says it's more useful (and accurate) to think of world income levels in four distinct brackets. While someone living in Level 1 might use their fingers to rinse and brush their teeth each night, a person living in the Level 4 income bracket would more likely plug their electric toothbrush in for a charge when they're done sudsing up their pearly whites.  But it's not just Rosling who's changing his global income vocabulary. The World Bank now uses a similar four-tiered system to talk about income levels, too. And Gates wants to be next.   "I’m going to try to use this model moving forward," the billionaire philanthropist wrote on his blog Tuesday.  Here's how the four global income levels break down: Level 1: People live on less than $2 a day. Rosling estimates that one billion people are living at or below this threshold. They get around on their own two barefoot feet, cook over an open flame like a cookfire, fetch water in a bucket, and sleep on the ground. flickr http://www.flickr.com/photos/ricephotos/2709827010/in/photostream/ Some people living in countries like Nepal, Madagascar and Lesotho all fall into this income category. Lesotho, Rosling says, has the lowest life expectancy of any country in the world.  Level 2: This is the income group where the majority of the world's people live. They get by on between $2 and $8 a day and might have some possessions like a bicycle, a mattress, or a gas canister for cooking at home. Lucy Nicholson/Reuters Countries like Bangladesh, China, Zambia and Nigeria all have people living in this income level, but of course many Chinese and Nigerian people have much higher incomes, especially if they live in big cities. That's one of the reasons that Rosling argues it's silly to lump entire countries and sections of the world into broad categories like "developing" versus "developed." It's meaningless.  Level 3: This is the second most populous category on Rosling's list, after level 2. People in level 3 live on anywhere from $8 a day to $32. They have running water, might own a motorbike or car, and their meals are a rich and colorful mix of foods from day to day. They also probably have electricity and a fridge, which makes things like studying and eating enough varied nutrients easier. Paula Bronstein/Getty Images Egypt, Palestine, the Philippines and Rwanda all have citizens living on this level. They might have enough money to take small vacations, and their children are generally free to finish high school, because they don't have to drop out early to make money for their family.  See the rest of the story at Business InsiderSee Also:The author of one of Bill Gates' favorite books says the world isn’t as apocalyptic as you might think - here are five of his top reasons why11 potentially cancer-causing things you might use every dayThe best books about science from the last 15 years that everyone should readSEE ALSO: The author of one of Bill Gates' favorite books says the world isn’t as apocalyptic as you might think - here are five of his top reasons why

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17 useful Amazon products and services you never knew existed (AMZN)

Spencer Platt/Getty ImagesAmazon isn't exactly a complicated site: All you have to do is log in, browse the product selection, and make a purchase. But there are some features, products, and pro tips that only dedicated Amazon fans know about. Here's how to become an expert Amazon shopper. Jillian D'Onfro contributed to an earlier version of this post.1. Looking for replacement car parts? Amazon Garage lets you store your car's make and model to make it easy to find accessories that will work with your vehicle. Amazon Add cars to your Garage » 2. Amazon also wants to help you unclog your toilet and mow your lawn. Home Services makes it easy to book vetted professionals whenever you need them. Amazon Amazon says select services are available in all 50 states, plus Washington, DC. Browse what's available » 3. In 2015, Amazon launched an Etsy competitor called Handmade to help people find products handcrafted by artisans. Amazon So if you're craving Caramel Frappuccino earrings or a guacamole greeting card, you can find them in Homemade. Browse the selection » See the rest of the story at Business InsiderSee Also:Amazon Echo has transformed the way I live in my apartment — here are my 19 favorite featuresTrump reportedly wants Amazon to increase how much it pays the US Post Office for shippingBernie Sanders joined Trump in criticizing Amazon, saying he thinks Jeff Bezos' company has gotten too bigSEE ALSO: The fabulous life of Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos, the second-richest person in the world

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THE US SMART HOME MARKET REPORT: Systems, apps, and devices leading to home automation

BI Intelligence This is a preview of a research report from BI Intelligence, Business Insider's premium research service. To learn more about BI Intelligence, click here. The US smart home market has still yet to meet the expectations many observers had in the early part of this decade.See the rest of the story at Business InsiderSee Also:Amazon Echo has transformed the way I live in my apartment — here are my 19 favorite featuresGoogle Home is set to launch in IndiaChatbots and voice assistants are gaining traction in the workplace

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Trump picks the 'Fake News Washington Post' as the newest target in his war against Amazon and Jeff Bezos

President Donald Trump continued his attacks on Amazon and CEO Jeff Bezos on Thursday. Trump attacked another of Bezos's investments, the Washington Post, in a tweet calling the paper Amazon's "chief lobbyist." Washington Post editors have said there is no editorial connection with Amazon and Bezos' investment is through private funds. President Donald Trump on Thursday picked a new way to go after amazon and its CEO Jeff Bezos, slamming a Washington Post headline about his recently announced tariffs on China. "The Fake News Washington Post, Amazon’s 'chief lobbyist,' has another (of many) phony headlines, 'Trump Defiant As China Adds Trade Penalties'," Trump said. "WRONG! Should read, 'Trump Defiant as U.S. Adds Trade Penalties, Will End Barriers And Massive I.P. Theft.' Typically bad reporting!"See the rest of the story at Business InsiderNOW WATCH: How a series of deadly Russian apartment bombings in 1999 led to Putin's rise to powerSee Also:Trump's meeting with a major tech CEO reportedly included a discussion about a potential Amazon-Pentagon deal worth billionsThere's one big reason Trump wouldn't want to go after AmazonTrump is reportedly 'obsessed' with taking down Amazon — here's his history with his least favorite company in AmericaSEE ALSO: China is retaliating to Trump's massive tariffs by aiming directly at his supporters

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A face swap of Dax Shepard and Zach Braff prove that they're practically identical — and their fans are freaking out

Kevin Winter/Getty Images; Dia Dipasupil/Getty Images Zach Braff and Dax Shepard look almost identical. A face-swapped photo taken by Kristen Bell, who's married to Shepard, proves it. Almost nothing changed between them. Both Braff's and Shepard's fans are, for the most part, deeply shaken to discover this.   There are a lot of celebrities who look alike.See the rest of the story at Business InsiderNOW WATCH: A neuroscientist explains why reality may just be a hallucinationSee Also:The chemistry between Channing Tatum and Jenna Dewan during their 'Step Up' audition will both warm and break your heart16 celebrities you didn't know were adoptedThe kid who's going viral for yodeling at Walmart is proving you can dance to anything

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'My inbox is full of error messages': Instagram's new data restrictions just gave a massive shock to developers (FB)

Facebook Facebook choked off developer access to Instagram's platform late on Wednesday without any warning. That means people who make extra services for Instagram — like apps analysing your content or followers — woke up to a bunch of error messages on Thursday. Instagram had warned it would "deprecate" its API at the end of July but decided to bring that forward as Facebook tries to reassure users it respects their privacy. British designer and developer Stef Lewandowski was one of those developers and said he's spending Thursday coming up with workarounds. The sudden changes will probably confuse users who wonder why apps they downloaded have suddenly stopped working. When Stef Lewandowski woke up Thursday morning, his inbox was full of error messages.  The night before, Instagram choked off third-party developers, without any warning, as part of Facebook's bigger scramble to deal with the Cambridge Analytica scandal.See the rest of the story at Business InsiderNOW WATCH: I quit cable for DirecTV Now and it's saving me over $1,000 a year — here's how I did itSee Also:The YouTube HQ shooting is a sad, dark twist in a long-running saga about 'demonetisation' on the video siteFacebook is finally launching a new feature to combat fake news, after six months of testing — here’s how it worksMark Zuckerberg should quit as Facebook chairman, according to shareholder with a $1 billion stakeSEE ALSO: The YouTube HQ shooting is a sad, dark twist in a long-running saga about 'demonetisation' on the video site

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Here's how you can win a free month-long summer road trip — plus $6,000 spending money

EpicStockMedia/Shutterstock A company is paying for two people (and their friends) to go on a month-long road trip adventure this summer. The winners will travel and sleep in a rented camper van. If you win, you'll get all kinds of perks — including $6,000 spending money. Enter by April 10 to be considered.   If you haven't nailed down your plans for summer break yet, you'll want to enter this contest.See the rest of the story at Business InsiderNOW WATCH: A neuroscientist explains why reality may just be a hallucinationSee Also:Meghan Markle will honor Princess Diana in a major way at her weddingKate Middleton's hairstylist swears by this serum for messy updosThe real reason a Costco hot dog costs only $1.50

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Pink forgot the lyrics to her own song during a concert and fans love that she laughed it off

Adam Berry/Getty Images Pink forgot the lyrics to her song "Who Knew" at a concert Wednesday night. The singer was performing at Madison Square Garden in New York City. She's currently on her "Beautiful Trauma" tour.  She yelled out, "S--t." After pausing, she got back into it.  Even Pink forgets her own lyrics sometimes During a performance at Madison Square Garden in New York City Wednesday night, the 38-year-old singer forgot part of her 2006 song "Who Knew." See the rest of the story at Business InsiderNOW WATCH: I quit cable for DirecTV Now and it's saving me over $1,000 a year — here's how I did itSee Also:26 hit songs that were allegedly stolen from other songs12 stars who helped set up these celebrity couplesThis 28-year-old who makes hit music with Selena Gomez has a 'Costco room' in his $16 million LA mansion so he never has to leave

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This college dance team is featured in that viral Fleetwood Mac meme — and we finally have the original video

Killa Kev Productions Alcorn University's dance troupe The Golden Girls were transformed into a meme. Their performance has been repurposed most recently in a viral tweet about Fleetwood Mac. The Washington Post spoke with The Golden Girls' captain Elexis Wilson. She's featured most prominently in the memed section (the original video is 20 minutes). Wilson said the meme doesn't bother her: "You know how the Internet is." Watch the original video below. People online have been buzzing about college dance troupes, Fleetwood Mac, and the standard meme cycle that follows a viral Tweet. After Fleetwood Mac's 1977 song "Dreams" wound up on Billboard charts again following a popular tweet, we're learning more about the backstory of the new meme. As reported by The Washington Post, the tweet in question was used footage from a Mississippi college dance team called The Golden Girls.See the rest of the story at Business InsiderNOW WATCH: Why 555 is always used for phone numbers on TV and in moviesSee Also:The chemistry between Channing Tatum and Jenna Dewan during their 'Step Up' audition will both warm and break your heartPeople in Japan are turning aluminum foil into shiny 'metal' balls — and it's undeniably satisfying to watchPeople are sharing photos proving that you can be 'disabled and happy' — and the internet is loving it

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How Barry Levinson got Al Pacino to perform at his peak for the HBO movie about Joe Paterno's fall

Atsushi Nishijima/HBO Barry Levinson explains the key to getting a great performance from a legend like Al Pacino is casting great actors around him. Out of all the amazing actors he's worked with, he reveals why he's grateful most for how Robert Redford treated him on the set of "The Natural." And Levinson opens up about being on stage when John Oliver brought up Dustin Hoffman's sexual misconduct allegations at an anniversary screening of his movie "Wag the Dog" last December. Oscar-winning director Barry Levinson has been around the movie business for so long he hasn’t just worked with both Robert De Niro and Al Pacino, he’s worked with them multiple times — not to mention a whole bunch of other Hollywood legends. From “Diner” — where Levinson basically launched not only his directing career, but the careers of Micky Rourke, Kevin Bacon, Steve Guttenberg, Paul Reiser, Ellen Barkin, and Daniel Stern — to “Rain Man” (which earned him his Oscar win), to “Wag the Dog,” Levinson’s work has created some of the best dramas of the last 30-plus years. And recently, in an era when major studios only want franchises that can bring in billions, Levinson has moved his storytelling to HBO and found success with the Bernie Madoff movie “The Wizard of Lies” (his latest collaboration with Robert De Niro), and now a look into the fall of legendary Penn State football coach, Joe Paterno, with Pacino in the lead role.See the rest of the story at Business InsiderNOW WATCH: Why 555 is always used for phone numbers on TV and in moviesSee Also:45 terrible movies that today's greatest actors starred inEvery Steven Spielberg movie, ranked from worst to best'Ready Player One' is the most enjoyable Steven Spielberg movie in over 15 years — and will take you on a wild rideSEE ALSO: Believe the hype: John Krasinski's is the next hit horror movie and will scare the heck out of you

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14 ingredients everyone should have in their kitchen at all times

Adam Melnyk/Shutterstock Eggs are one of the top ingredients every 20-something should have on hand at all times. Avocados and a good quality bread go a long way. Stock your kitchen with both of these ingredients for a quick snack or meal. Honey is a versatile ingredient that all 20-somethings should have in their cupboard. It can be used for deserts, chicken stir-fry, and on sandwiches. If the only ingredients in your kitchen consist of ramen noodles, ketchup, and coffee, you're not alone. Between work, school, family, and friends, finding time to cook can be a real struggle — especially if your fridge and cupboards are empty. That's why INSIDER talked to two top chefs to get their recommendations for the ingredients that every 20-something should have on-hand at all times. Claudia Sidoti, head chef for HelloFresh, and Chef Dan Churchill, host of Feast With Friends on Genius Kitchen, shared these picks with INSIDER. Here’s what they had to say:1. Eggs AP Photo/Jeff Chiu, File Eggs are super versatile and speedy to cook: boiled, scrambled, omelet or fried, they are a great source of protein. 2. Dried Pasta apasciuto/Flickr Add marinara, cheese, or butter for a super quick meal. Pastas are comforting and very affordable for 20-somethings on a budget. 3. Tortillas Stacy Spensley/Flickr Quesadillas and tacos are two things every 20-something can whip up. Add cheese or if you have leftover protein or veggie, you can load them up. Fast, delicious and budget-friendly. See the rest of the story at Business InsiderSee Also:11 foods you should eat for stronger nails30 of your favorite childhood snacks that no longer exist13 people reveal ghost stories so chilling they will make you sleep with the lights on

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John Cena clarified his friendship with former rival The Rock — and it doesn't sound like they're that close

Rich Fury/Getty Images and Frederick M. Brown/Getty Images John Cena appeared on ABC's "Jimmy Kimmel Live" on Wednesday night, and shared his side of the story regarding his past WWE feud with Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson. Kimmel told Cena that when Johnson was on the show the previous night, the "Rampage" actor said that they used to be rivals, but now they're friends.   Cena agreed with Johnson's comment, but when Kimmel asked Cena to elaborate on their friendship, it became clear that Cena and Johnson have different ideas on how close they actually are. Johnson said that Cena is "one of my best friends," but Cena admitted that he's never visited Johnson's house. Cena joked that he's been to Johnson's house many times "in my mind." Watch the video below.    Youtube Embed: //www.youtube.com/embed/yN0O8UaTnRA Width: 800px Height: 450px Sign up here to get INSIDER's favorite stories straight to your inbox.NOW WATCH: How all-you-can-eat restaurants don't go bankruptSee Also:31 celebrities who have publicly supported Donald TrumpREVIEW: 'Blockers' is a raunchy, must-see comedy with a rare feminist message'Office' star Jenna Fischer had a wardrobe malfunction right before a TV interview and went on anyway in a towel

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