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Kaleel.Weatherly

JuJu Smith-Schuster will bring grit to the Steelers locker room

The USC product isn't a speed demon, but he plays with toughness and is willing to do anything to help his team win.

The Pittsburgh Steelers selected USC’s JuJu Smith-Schuster with the 62nd pick in the 2017 NFL Draft — grabbing him at the tail end of the second round. The 20-year-old receiver brings toughness, reliable hands, and solid route-running to THE TEam’s receiving corps.

JuJu Smith-Schuster isn’t a speed demon like some of the other receivers in this draft class, but...

NFL.com

Rosenthal, Gregg

Eagles select CB Sidney Jones at No. 43 of draft

Philadelphia drafted Washington cornerback Sidney Jones with the No. 43 overall pick of the 2017 NFL Draft. The Eagles crowd at the draft knew that Jones was an intriguing value pick.

NFL.com

Wesseling, Chris

Cleveland Browns select quarterback DeShone Kizer

After passing on a quarterback several times in the first round of Thursday night's NFL draft, the Cleveland Browns selected their possible quarterback of the future in the second round Friday night.

NFL.com

NFL.com

Bengals select RB Joe Mixon with No. 48 overall pick

Controversial RB prospect Joe Mixon, who was the subject of national attention after he was shown punching a woman on camera, was drafted by Bengals at No. 48 overall pick in the second round of the NFL draft on Friday.

Mashable

Colin Daileda

The NSA's massive surveillance operation is now just a little less massive

The NSA's spying program is still vast, but it's now a touch more restricted.

The agency has long collected texts and emails sent to and by Americans if those electronic communications contained the names of folks whom the NSA was conducting surveillance on, but that's no longer the case. 

SEE ALSO: Get creeped out by this tense trailer for the new WikiLeaks documentary

This, as the New York Times reported Friday, is a significant rollback of a surveillance program that privacy advocates...

VICE News

Vice News

100 Days of Donald Trump: VICE News Tonight full episode

VICE News Tonight takes an unfiltered look at Donald Trump’s first 100 days in office, in stories told by the people who have the most to gain or lose from Trump’s administration. We spoke with people who are truly hopeful and feel validated. With people whose safety and liberty is at stake. And we talked to the insiders who understand what it’s like to work with the most powerful person in the world. After all, the first hundred days (and the next hundred, and the next hundred after...

ESPN.com

P. Martinez says he would've 'drilled' Machado

P. Martinez says he would've 'drilled' Machado

ESPN.com

49ers took Tide's Foster with Saints on line

49ers took Tide's Foster with Saints on line

ESPN.com

Vikings trade up to land RB Cook at No. 41

Vikings trade up to land RB Cook at No. 4

ESPN.com

Browns land QB, make Kizer the pick at No. 52

Browns land QB, make Kizer the pick at No. 52

ESPN.com

What happens next is all on Joe Mixon

What happens next is all on Joe Mixon

ESPN.com

Bengals brush off concerns, draft RB Mixon

Bengals brush off concerns, draft RB Mixon

The Verge

Nick Statt

Yik Yak, once valued at $400 million, shuts down and sells off engineers for $1 million

Yik Yak, an anonymous messaging app for college students, announced today that it would finally be shutting down. The app first launched back in 2014 as a way to discretely communicate with others nearby, and it took off quickly for its gossip-centric role in American universities. Along the way, the team scooped up $73.5 million in venture capital funding. With today’s closure and an accompanying SEC filing issued last week, we’ve learned that mobile payments company Square looted Yik...

BuzzFeed - Latest

Can We Guess Who You Always Play As In "Mario Kart"?

AKA: Who you claim immediately before your asshole older brother can.

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BuzzFeed - Latest

28 Times Ryan Reynolds Was The Funniest Parent On Twitter

"Went to Disneyland because my daughter's obsessed with Mickey Mouse. She was so excited when I got home and told her."

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TOM VOELK

Driven: Video Review: Subaru Impreza, Still Solid, but a Little More Stylish

The new Impreza Sport looks as though a design team was part of the process from Day 1. And it looks even better on stormy days.

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ROBERT MARKOWITZ

Ties: An Older Dad, Down for the Count

My daughter’s adolescence arrived with my 60th year, and the girl had a mean left jab. Were we both getting too old for horseplay?

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SARAH LYALL

Home Alone With the Ghost of Emily Dickinson

Do you believe in ghosts? Our writer spends an hour on her own in the poet’s room at the Emily Dickinson Museum.

NYT > Home Page

CHRIS BUCKLEY

Chinese Offer to Eat Denmark’s Oyster Problem to Extinction

When the Danish Embassy in Beijing posted online about an invasive species clogging the shores back home, it drew a more enthusiastic response than it bargained for.

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JOANNA KLEIN

Hunting Mushrooms, and What Makes Some Glow in the Dark

Scientists may have had more luck tracking down how some fungi glow than you may have hunting bioluminescent mushrooms, a reporter discovered.

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