How Taylor Swift tried to catch stalkers at one of her concerts
Trump bickers with top Democrats over border wall funding
Superstar Rajinikanth’s `Petta` teaser filled with Thalaivarism
Pinocchio and the two Democrats: how that Trump meeting descended into farce
Academy Now Considering Having NO Oscars Host Following Kevin Hart’s Exit!
White House Weighs in on Laurel vs. Yanny Debate: 'I Hear Covfefe'
18 May 2018, 12:48 | Regina Holmes
GETTYWhat do you hear
"I hear covfeve", Trump says from his desk in the Oval Office, referencing the infamous typo published on his Twitter account a year ago.
But there are also plenty of White House staffs who only hear Yanny, including strategic-communications director Mercedes Schlapp.
Do you hear "Yanny" or "Laurel"? that is the question now raging on social media and Danny Aronson, CEO of EVEN, the company creating headphones known as "glasses for your ears" has explained the technical reasons for the phenomenon.
Unless you live under an internet-less rock, you've probably been asked the question sometime this week: yanny or laurel? She proudly says, "It's Laurel", before adding, "But I could deflect and defer to Yanny if you need me to".
But, if you hear Yanny, that's all the higher notes.
Even Mike Pence joined the fun, robotically turning to the camera and asking, "Who's Yanny?"
Sarah Huckabee Sanders made a crack that touched on the president's attacks on news reporting he doesn't like, joking that the rumor that she heard laurel must have come from CNN, "because that's fake news".
Seated at his desk, Trump proclaims, "I hear covfefe".
Comparing this with the dress, a user wrote, "so is this dress yanny or laurel".
Congress' midnight drama at Supreme Court
While Azad then spoke to Sonia about the prospective alliance, Mayawati called up JD (S) chief HD Deve Gowda and convinced him. Earlier in the day, the JD (S) in its meeting chose Kumaraswamy unanimously as the leader of the legislative party leader.
Vladimir Putin calls for 'political process' on Syria
He also visited Putin in Moscow in October 2015, soon after Russian Federation launched its military operation in Syria. The U.N. has hosted several rounds of peace talks in Geneva that have made no progress toward ending the conflict.
PayPal in talks for $2.2bn takeover of iZettle
The news came just after iZettle announced last week that it would list an IPO on the Nasdaq in Stockholm later this year. Upon closing, iZettle will become the European center of excellence for PayPal's in-store product and services offerings.
Instagram to Offer Time Sink Insights
The good folks over at Instagram are back, and they are looking to give users insights into their usage. He said: "Understanding how time online impacts people is important, and it's the responsibility of".
'Surprising' study suggests exercise may make dementia worse
Nearly 500 people with dementia took part, with 329 embarking on a special exercise programme and 165 receiving their usual care. However, a new study published in the British Medical Journal suggests that exercise may not help dementia sufferers.