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'Walking Dead' star Norman Reedus says Andrew Lincoln has been known to actually punch co-stars in fight scenes — and they're scared

NBC "The Walking Dead's" Andrew Lincoln gets a little fired up about his fight scenes for the show. During an interview on NBC's "The Tonight Show," Norman Reedus said Lincoln, who plays Rick Grimes, has punched both him and co-star Jeffrey Dean Morgan in the face.  Before a scene with Lincoln, Jeffrey Dean Morgan called Reedus up worried he was going to get punched in the face during their fight scene. "He's going to drink a lot of coffee, he's going to get super excited, [and] he's going to punch me in the face," Reedus said Morgan told him. Hours later, Reedus said he got a text from Morgan. "It's Jeff with a Band-Aid on his nose with an ice pack," Reedus said. "He punched him in the nose. Like, fractured his nose."  Reedus said Lincoln has also hit him before on the "Walking Dead" set. "We did this one scene and I beat the crap out of him, basically. And then he’s supposed to run and tackle me off-camera, right? Just jump into an airbag," Reedus said. "But he jumps and he punches me in the face with double fists." Don't ask Lincoln about the punches though. Reedus says he'll deny them. You can watch the full interview with Reedus below. He starts talking about Lincoln around 4:54. Youtube Embed: //www.youtube.com/embed/xopdXOJ8Aso Width: 800px Height: 450pxNOW WATCH: Why 555 is always used for phone numbers on TV and in moviesSee Also:A scene of Rick reading Carl's letter on 'The Walking Dead' leaked online — and it's going to make you cryHere's what one 'Walking Dead' star knows about that mysterious helicopter and who it may belong toWe finally learn the story behind Negan’s bizarre attachment to his baseball bat on 'The Walking Dead' and it's heartbreaking

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The National Guard's past deployments to the border hint at what it may be doing there now

Reuters Photographer / Reuters SAN DIEGO (AP) — The US National Guard faces a vastly different environment than it did on its last two deployments to the border with Mexico, with far fewer illegal crossings and more Central Americans than Mexicans coming. Still, its role is shaping up much the same: moving more Border Patrol agents from behind-the-scenes jobs to the front lines.See the rest of the story at Business InsiderNOW WATCH: Here's how the map of the United States has changed in 200 yearsSee Also:Trump is thinking about pulling out as Syria just as ISIS is showing signs of a comebackTrump signs order to send National Guard troops to US-Mexico borderMigrants coming over the US-Mexico border say they're not afraid of Trump's tough talk, will continueSEE ALSO: Mexicans want to strike back after Trump sends the National Guard to the border

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These are the leading credit card processing companies (JPM, BAC, C, WFC, VNTV, TSS, BCS, FDC, WPG)

BI IntelligenceCredit card processors are mostly responsible for data transmission and security when you use your card at a store or online to make a purchase. There are two types of processors in the payment-card system. Front-end processors route transactions from merchants to the cardholder's bank to gain authorization; that is, they make sure a customer has enough available credit or funds to make a purchase. Back-end processors are responsible for a fund's settlement, which ends with the merchant receiving a deposit for transactions.  Below, we've outlined the major players in credit card processing and described their major strengths.See the rest of the story at Business InsiderNOW WATCH: There's only one thing that can rescue stocks from a trade war disasterSee Also:Delta, Sears, and Kmart get hit with breachUber launches debit card for driversSaks and Lord & Taylor have been hit with a massive data breach

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Jay-Z opens up about cheating on Beyoncé: 'I'm not the worst of what I've done'

Joe Pugliese/Netflix Jay-Z was the latest guest on David Letterman's Netflix talk show "My Next Guest Needs No Introduction." The two discussed cheating on their wives, though they never say explicitly say it.  Jay-Z described how he and Beyoncé worked through his infidelity.  Jay-Z and Beyoncé work hard on their marriage. On the latest episode of Netflix's "My Next Guest Needs No Introduction," which hit Netflix Friday morning, Jay-Z spoke with host David Letterman about cheating on Beyoncé. Letterman alluded to troubles his own infidelity resulted in and asked Jay-Z if that sounded familiar to him, though neither Letterman nor Jay-Z explicitly referenced cheating. See the rest of the story at Business InsiderNOW WATCH: Why 555 is always used for phone numbers on TV and in moviesSee Also:All the times we should've known that Channing Tatum and Jenna Dewan's marriage wasn't perfectThe 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 adopted

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Johnson & Johnson and one of its suppliers must pay at least $37 million to New Jersey man and his wife over claims its baby powder caused his cancer

Reuters Johnson & Johnson, and its talc supplier, Imerys SA, must pay at least $37 million to a man who says he developed mesothelioma after inhaling dust from the company's talc powder-based products.  Stephen Lanzo said he has used Johnson & Johnson's talc powder produts since his birth in 1972. This is the second national trial to center on claims that Johnson & Johnson's talc products contain asbestors. The company is separately fighting cases that claim the products also cause ovarian cancer. Johnson & Johnson and Imerys SA must pay at least $37 million in a lawsuit claiming a man developed cancer due to his exposure to asbestos in talc-based products including Johnson's Baby Powder, a New Jersey state court jury said on Thursday. The verdict by jurors in New Brunswick, New Jersey, came in the second trial nationally to center on claims that J&J's talc products contained asbestos as the company separately fights thousands of cases claiming they can also cause ovarian cancer.See the rest of the story at Business InsiderSee Also:Trump's White House Easter bunny is mysteriously missing its vest — and people are concernedCostco will now let you book luxury hotels for discounts of up to 30% — here's how it worksAmazon could make an offer to compete with Walmart over one of India's biggest e-commerce companies

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Trump's fight with China could cause have major economic consequences — here's what tariffs are, and how they could affect you

Chris Keane/Reuters President Donald Trump has announced that the US plans to impose tariffs on imports from China. China has responded with tariffs on US imports to China. Tariffs are taxes on imports designed to boost US production of goods. The new tariff will cause costs to go up for businesses that use Chinese goods — and possibly jump prices for consumer goods, too. President Donald Trump and the US Trade Representative rolled out a list of goods from China that will subject to new tariffs, a move that will have consequences for a wide swath of American consumers and businesses. Subsequently, Trump has threatened tariffs on $100 billion in goods. The measures are designed to protect US businesses from Chinese intellectual property theft. But they could also have serious consequences for businesses that use the goods from China — as well as consumers that buy those goods.See the rest of the story at Business InsiderNOW WATCH: 3 reasons why North and South Korean reunification is unlikelySee Also:Larry Kudlow comes to the markets' rescue as top Trump officials downplay a trade warBANNON: Trump is in a 'full throwdown' with China, and Wall Street can go 'to hell' if they don't like itTrump's top economic adviser says to stop worrying, there's a 'pot of gold' at the end of the trade fight with ChinaSEE ALSO: One of Trump's top trade advisers held up a can of Campbell's soup to argue that Trump's massive tariffs are 'no big deal' DON'T MISS: Trump's newest economic move won't give special treatment to any country — and they're all set for a trade war

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This is the world’s hottest chocolate bar — we tried it to see if it lives up to its name

If you want to buy one, use this link. We'll make some money to support our videos: https://insder.co/WorldsHottestChocolateBarSee Also:11 of the spiciest dishes in AmericaThis wine glass holds an entire wine bottleWatch how Domino's makes and delivers fresh dough to stores every day

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Border-crossing arrests are at historic lows — but Trump is still bemoaning a 'drastic surge' in illegal immigration

Associated Press/Evan Vucci President Donald Trump on Wednesday moved to deploy the National Guard to reinforce the US-Mexico border. But government data show the number of people arrested while trying to illegally cross the border is hovering near the bottom of a decades-long downward trend. Small upticks have occurred month to month, and the Trump administration says the increase in arrests between the fiscal years 2017 and 2018 are cause for concern. President Donald Trump on Wednesday authorized the deployment of National Guard troops to the US-Mexico border, amid what his administration called a "drastic surge of illegal activity on the southern border." Immigration advocates criticized the move as unnecessary, but the Trump administration and others were quick to point out that the National Guard has been deployed to the border in the past — most recently by former presidents Barack Obama and George W. Bush.See the rest of the story at Business InsiderNOW WATCH: This transgender activist and former Obama White House intern isn't backing down against TrumpSee Also:Trump's fight with China could cause have major economic consequences — here's what tariffs are, and how they could affect youTrump just referred to one of his most infamous campaign comments: calling Mexicans 'rapists'Trump signs order to send National Guard troops to the US-Mexico borderSEE ALSO: Trump just referred to one of his most infamous campaign comments calling Mexicans 'rapists' DON'T MISS: Trump signs order to send National Guard troops to the US-Mexico border

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The best beer in every state, according to beer enthusiasts across the US

Flickr/Adam Barhan Americans love their beer. And when traveling out of state, a visit to the local brewery is one of the best ways to sample the culture. For 15 years, Zymurgy Magazine — the official magazine of the American Homebrewers Association — has asked the group's tens of thousands of members to cast votes for the best beers in the country. The idea is that Zymurgy readers, as homebrewers, have more refined palates than most and can suss out the best. In addition to ranking the top 10 beers in the US, Zymurgy named the best beer you can buy in every state. In celebration of National Beer Day on Saturday, April 7, here are the best beers.ALABAMA: Yellowhammer Brewing Rebellion (TIE) BeerAdvocate and Melia Robinson/Business Insider Huntsville, Alabama Red in color, this light-malt, light-hops lager is inspired by German brewing tradition. A dose of caramel balances out a bitter finish. ALABAMA: Folklore Brewing & Meadery Shadowcaster Porter (TIE) Folklore Brewing & Meadery and Melia Robinson/Business Insider Dothan, Alabama A chocolate and coffee-lover's delight, this rich porter smells like a fresh pot of morning Joe and tastes like a moche latté. ALASKA: Anchorage Brewing Co. A Deal with the Devil (TIE) Anchorage Brewing Co. and Melia Robinson/Business Insider Anchorage, Alaska A barleywine-style ale brewed with Galaxy hop variety, A Deal with the Devil ages for between eight and 11 months in Cognac barrels. It's worth the wait. A blend of caramel, fig, Cognac, and wood spice creates a syrupy, full-bodied taste. See the rest of the story at Business InsiderSee Also:The 10 most beautiful cars on sale todayI ran 'The Toughest Footrace on Earth,' which covers 160 miles through the Sahara desert in 6 days — and it was absolutely brutalInside the $350 million Emirates complex designed to fix the Airbus A380 superjumboSEE ALSO: The top 10 beers chosen by beer enthusiasts across the US

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Tyra Banks is so frugal her accountants once told her to 'spend some damn money' from her $90 million net worth

Getty Images Tyra Banks is worth $90 million by one estimate, but she has always leaned toward frugality.  Banks is such a money-saver that her accountants once told her she needed to "spend some d--- money," she revealed in an interview with MONEY. Her mother taught her the importance of investing in real estate — along with many other money and life lessons.   Businesswoman, supermodel, author, and creator of "America's Next Top Model," Tyra Banks, is worth an estimated $90 million.See the rest of the story at Business InsiderNOW WATCH: Why 555 is always used for phone numbers on TV and in moviesSee Also:A 32-year-old woman banned herself from shopping for 2 years — and was able to quit her job as a result4 types of clever scams that millennials actually fall forHere's how to spend less money without sacrificing your friendships

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These 3 Chase cards are all you need to maximize how you earn rewards points

The Insider Picks team writes about stuff we think you'll like. Business Insider may receive a commission from The Points Guy Affiliate Network. Spencer Platt/Getty Images The best way to earn points quickly is to make sure that you're earning bonus points for spending in certain categories — like dining or travel — whenever possible. Because this can get complicated, the easiest way is to come up with an easy-to-follow strategy ahead of time that will fit most situations. A perfect trifecta of Chase cards — the Chase Sapphire Preferred or Sapphire Reserve, the Chase Ink Business Preferred, and the Chase Freedom Unlimited — can help you maximize your earning. You can also collect large sign-up bonuses on these cards. One of the tricks to earning points and miles quickly isn't a trick at all — it's just making sure to use the right cards for the right purchases.See the rest of the story at Business InsiderSee Also:23 behind-the-scenes secrets about Chip and Joanna Gaines' 'Fixer Upper'American Express has a little-known program you can use to get huge discounts and bonus pointsHere's why you should use a credit card instead of a debit cardSEE ALSO: Here are all the amazing ways you can use the points from your Chase credit card

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Daimler and Via bring shuttle ride-sharing to London

BI Intelligence This story was delivered to BI Intelligence Transportation and Logistics Briefing subscribers hours before it appeared on Business Insider. To be the first to know, please click here. Mercedes-Benz parent company Daimler and US-based ride-hailing firm Via announced that they're bringing ViaVan, their jointly owned shuttle-based ride-sharing service, to London later this year, according to Engadget.See the rest of the story at Business InsiderSee Also:THE AUTONOMOUS TRUCKING REPORT: How self-driving technology is disrupting the way goods are delivered and creating opportunities for retailers and shipping firmsDIGITAL ENGAGEMENT AND THE CONNECTED CAR: How cars are transforming into digital platforms and opening an entirely new channel for service providersFord wants to make old cars connected

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6 grueling exercises you can only do with a battle buddy

via U.S. Marine Corps Not every service member has access to a fitness center where he or she can get their daily pump. Whether you're deployed on a small patrol base or out in the field training, not having access to workout facilities means troops have to get pretty clever in making up new exercises. Many workouts are designed around using free weights, but, in their absence, you can to turn to an asset that you'll never be without: your battle buddy. Using a battle buddy during PT will help boost morale, pump up your muscles, and get you ready to take the fight to the bad guys. Try these:1. Battle-buddy push-ups We can all do push-ups on our own when we want to. However, to make the exercise more difficult, call for the services of one of your brothers or sisters. They can add more weight to the push-up load. Youtube Embed: //www.youtube.com/embed/odPiD4k4DTQ Width: 840px Height: 526px   2. The human wheelbarrow This exercise works out the same body parts as the push-up. One member of the team lifts up another (who is in the push-up position) by their legs and, in unison, they both begin walking forward. One troop is simply walking as the other has to keep pace by quickly pumping their arms. After a while, this movement builds up those pectoral and shoulder muscles big-time. This maneuver will also improve communication skills by helping troops practice relaying information during strenuous activity. Youtube Embed: //www.youtube.com/embed/eJYf729dIwQ Width: 840px Height: 526px   3. Fireman squats The military teaches us how to properly carry a wounded service member to safety on our backs. This process works your entire body hard as the wounded person's weight bears down on your shoulders. To best prepare for this type of movement, we do fireman squats. If the time comes where you actually need to carry the wounded, it's best to be prepared. This exercise is similar to the deadlifts and squats you do at the gym — except now have a person on your back. Youtube Embed: //www.youtube.com/embed/jlzetU9w6Oc Width: 840px Height: 526px   See the rest of the story at Business InsiderSee Also:7 of the most important survival skills you should know21 of the military's most common clichés4 intense ways US troops keep themselves awake in the fieldSEE ALSO: 7 of the most important survival skills you should know

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23 behind-the-scenes secrets about Chip and Joanna Gaines' 'Fixer Upper'

Courtesy of Target Thanks to their HGTV hit show "Fixer Upper," Chip and Joanna Gaines have transformed dozens of dilapidated properties into beautiful homes in the Waco, Texas, area. If you've ever wondered what it's like to be cast on the show, now's your chance. Blogger Rachel Teodoro sat down with "Fixer Upper" alum Lindy Ermoian in 2017 to get the inside scoop we've all been waiting for. She also scored an exclusive interview with alum Jaime Ferguson back in 2016. Here are the 23 most surprising revelations about "Fixer Upper" from Teodoro's blog, along with some behind-the-scenes tidbits we found on the web.The house-hunting scenes are staged. Fixer Upper/HGTV/Hulu Chip and Joanna kick off each episode of "Fixer Upper" by showing their clients three potential properties for their house flip. However, it turns out clients typically purchase a home before the show even starts filming, according to Lindy Ermoian, whose home was featured on season 3 of "Fixer Upper." It's worth mentioning that David Ridley, another "Fixer Upper" alum, shared this secret with Country Living last year. You can save a ton on construction costs. Fixer Upper/HGTV/Hulu Lindy wasn't in love with the rust-colored roof of her house, but Joanna graciously offered to replace it for half price, Teodoro revealed.  See incredible before-and-after photos from "Fixer Upper" here. The casting process has quite a few steps. Fixer Upper/HGTV/Hulu Jaime Ferguson applied to HGTV after moving to Waco, Texas, from Austin. The very next day, she heard from the casting agency. However, Jamie had to go through a Skype interview, a written questionnaire, a few phone calls, and some meetings before ending up on the show. She and her husband Kyle were also featured on season 3 of "Fixer Upper." See the rest of the story at Business InsiderSee Also:Trump walked to Air Force One in high winds — and the photos of his hair are mesmerizingHow often you need to exercise to see results, according to the creator of the viral 7-minute workoutThis college dance team is featured in that viral Fleetwood Mac meme — and we finally have the original videoSEE ALSO: 31 before-and-after photos of Chip and Joanna's house flips on 'Fixer Upper' FOLLOW US: INSIDER is on Facebook

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Here's how the F/A-18 Hornet and the MiG-29 fighter jets stack up

U.S. Navy photo by Erik Hildebrandt In the late 1980s and early 1990s, the MiG-29 Fulcrum and the F/A-18 Hornet had plenty of opportunities to go head-to-head. There was the ever-present possibility of the Cold War turning hot, a potential meeting during Desert Storm, and again, an opportunity to clash over the Balkans. Even today, deployed carriers operate Hornets while several potential adversaries (like Syria, Iran, and North Korea) have Fulcrums in service. This, of course, begs the question — which plane would win a dogfight? Let's take a closer look at each.See the rest of the story at Business InsiderNOW WATCH: Watch the F-22 in action — the most dangerous jet fighter in the US Air Force for the last 20 yearsSee Also:The Army and Navy want to put ground-based weapons on ships21 of the military's most common clichés4 intense ways US troops keep themselves awake in the fieldSEE ALSO: The Air Force has the money it needs for the A-10 Thunderbolt — but may soon get a new partner to help keep it in the air

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The Rock calls out his 'Fast and Furious' co-stars who complained about his spin-off movie

Universal Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson told Rolling Stone that his "Fast and Furious" co-stars who are unhappy about his spin-off, "Hobbs and Shaw," need to "get on the train" because "it's not going to stop." He compared it to the Marvel Cinematic Universe: "It's like if Robert Downey, Jr. was p----- about 'Captain America.'" He also said that there's no beef between him and Tyrese Gibson, who blamed Johnson for the ninth "Fast and Furious" movie being delayed until 2020: "I just got to a point where I didn't care."   Not all of Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson's "Fast and Furious" co-stars are apparently happy about his spin-off, "Hobbs and Shaw" — and he's calling them out. See the rest of the story at Business InsiderNOW WATCH: Why 555 is always used for phone numbers on TV and in moviesSee Also:How often you need to exercise to see results, according to the creator of the viral 7-minute workoutThe Rock suggests he still has ill will toward his 'Fast and Furious' co-star Vin Diesel — and isn't sure he'll return for the 9th movieDwayne 'The Rock' Johnson describes dealing with depression after his mom's attempted suicideSEE ALSO: Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson describes dealing with depression after his mom's attempted suicide

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7 signs you're dating a narcissist, according to a clinical psychologist

Shutterstock Narcissistic Personality Disorder is a condition characterized by a severe lack of empathy for others, selfishness, and an excessive need for admiration. It can be hard to spot some narcissistic qualities in the person you're dating. An official diagnosis can only be done by a doctor, but there are some telltale signs that indicate someone could be a narcissist.   Your significant other brags seemingly 24/7, always knows the 'best' way to do everything, and can't handle criticism. Sound familiar? You may be dating a narcissist. About 6% of the population has Narcissistic Personality Disorder (NPD), which affects more men than women — 7.7% vs 4.8%, according to research published in The Journal of Clinical Psychiatry. Business Insider spoke to Dr. Gene Beresin, executive director at The Clay Center for Young Healthy Minds at Massachusetts General Hospital and Dr. Forrest Talley, a California-based clinical psychologist to identify warning signs that you may be dating someone with NPD. An official diagnosis can only be done by a doctor, but here are a red flags to look our for:They only like to talk about themselves Shutterstock If you're dating someone extremely self absorbed, your date night conversation will most likely revolve around his or her achievements, success, and interests. "The narcissist will often appear bored when talking about you, or change the subject to focus on them," Beresin said. "Sometimes they are good listeners, but only when it enhances their own needs and desires." They want you to provide them with constant praise Priscilla Du Preez / Unsplash Narcissists always want to be the center of attention and will expect their S.O. to acknowledge their achievements, talents, and appearance at all times. (Yes, even when you are at a social get-together.) According to Beresin, your relationship may suffer if you don't dote on him or her. They may take offense if you show any sign of disapproval, disagree with what they say, or if you question how great they are. They are demeaning towards other people Shutterstock Egocentrics often obsess over the negative aspects of other peoples lives. Even their close friends and family members may not be spared from the judgment. Narcissists often think they can do a better job than others, which reinforces the belief that they are always right. See the rest of the story at Business InsiderSee Also:5 major differences between Japanese and American workplacesI've broken up with people and been dumped — this is the right way to end a relationshipLong-distance relationships are tough but possible — here are 5 expert tips for making it workSEE ALSO: How to know if you or someone you know is a narcissist, according to a clinical psychologist

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The Trump administration targets Putin's inner circle with new Russia sanctions

The US slapped new sanctions on seven Russian oligarchs, 17 senior Russian government officials, and more than a dozen Russian entities on Friday. The US Treasury Department cited Russia's aggression toward Ukraine, annexation of Crimea, its aid to the Syrian regime, and its "malicious" cyber activities around the globe as reasons for imposing new sanctions. The measures come after the US announced sanctions against 19 Russian nationals and five entities last month in retaliation for Russia's interference in the 2016 election. The US Treasury slapped new sanctions on seven Russian oligarchs and 17 senior Russian government officials on Friday, citing Russia's annexation of Crime and aggression toward Ukraine, its support of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad, and its malicious cyber activities around the globe. "Russian oligarchs and elites who profit from this corrupt system will no longer be insulated from the consequences of their government’s destabilizing activities," Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin said in a statement.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:He’s 'an absolute tool': Stormy Daniels' new attorney goes off on her old attorney in CNN interviewMueller's team is eyeing whether wealthy Russians illegally funneled money into Trump's campaign and inaugurationMueller's revelation that Trump is not a target of the Russia probe means less than you think

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The Japanese crypto exchange that was the victim of a $530 million heist is being taken over

Japanese crypto exchange Coincheck was the victim of a $530 million heist in January. Now the firm has accepted a takeover offer from online brokerage Monex Group. Coincheck, the Japanese cryptocurrency exchange that was hacked to the tune of $530 million in January, is being acquired by online brokerage Monex Group, Nikkei Asian Review reports. There is no word on how much the Japanese brokerage will pay for the embattled exchange, as "the exact form of the investment is still being finalized," according to Nikkei.See the rest of the story at Business InsiderNOW WATCH: Wall Street's biggest bull explains why trade war fears are way overblownSee Also:How often you need to exercise to see results, according to the creator of the viral 7-minute workoutThis college dance team is featured in that viral Fleetwood Mac meme — and we finally have the original videoTOM LEE: There's a $25 billion reason bitcoin could stop plunging by mid-AprilSEE ALSO: $1.6 billion cryptocurrency exchange Coinbase is launching a venture fund to create an 'open financial system for the world'

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Deadly protests explode on Israel-Gaza border, with 23 Palestinians killed over the past week

A death on Friday brought to 23 the number of Palestinians killed in Gaza over the past week, including 17 protesters. Palestinians torched piles of tires near Gaza's border with Israel, sending huge plumes of black smoke into the air and drawing Israeli fire. Gaza's Hamas rulers said there would be several weeks of protests against a decade-old border blockade of the territory. KHUZAA, Gaza Strip (AP) — Palestinians torched piles of tires near Gaza's border with Israel on Friday, sending huge plumes of black smoke into the air and drawing Israeli fire that killed one man in the second large protest in the volatile area in a week. At least 40 protesters were hurt, including five seriously, the Gaza Health Ministry said, but did not provide a breakdown of the types of injuries. Friday's death brought to 23 the number of Palestinians killed in Gaza over the past week, including 17 protesters.See the rest of the story at Business InsiderNOW WATCH: Facebook can still track you even if you delete your account — here's how to stop itSee Also:France puts 78,000 on a watch list as potential threats to share with European police, raising privacy concerns2 notorious ISIS members just gave their first interview — and said beheading captives was 'a mistake'US service member killed in rare roadside bomb attack in Syria

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