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Star skier taken by helicopter to hospital after terrifying crash in Italy

By Chas Early

Skier Marc Gisin was airlifted to a hospital in Italy on Saturday after suffering a terrifying crash in the World Cup men’s downhill.

Charlotte Hornets Frank Kaminsky carries baby down 40 stories during high-rise evacuation

By Travis Fedschun

When a bomb threat forced the evacuation of his high-rise building on Thursday, Charlotte Hornets center Frank Kaminsky quickly found himself serving as a Good Samaritan.

Voxtok’s Music-Avenue integrated into RCA Smart Soundbar

By Robert Briel

Voxtok, the Sound division of Netgem, has integrated its Music Avenue, the first personalised audio service designed for TV, into the the Smart Soundbar of Radio Corporation of America (RCA).

Music Avenue, designed for TV and available on mobile devices, is a comprehensive audio service that brings together multiple sources like: personalised music video channels; user playlists; unlimited music through Napster; information and news about artists, albums releases, concerts; and even vinyl record delivery. The service is also connected to a user’s multiroom environment.

“Music Avenue offers an entirely personalized and original service by creating an easy connection between the music and video world, and with a subtle integration between digital and physical content”, explains Joel Reboul, General Manager and founder of Voxtok.

“Through RCA’s Smart Soundbar, Music Avenue with the Napster platform built-in delivers great music and an absolutely unique entertainment solution!”

“The RCA brand helped build the broadcasting and radio industry, serving music artists and households with everything ranging from recording technologies to the first in-home radios and consumer electronics. The Smart Soundbar is the result of years of innovation in the digital industry”, said Claire Villeneuve, head of Trademark Licensing for Technicolor (owner of RCA Brand).

Music-Avenue integration into RCA’s Smart SoundBar will officially be anon bed at the CES 2019 in Las Vegas.

Explosion at restaurant in Japan injures more than 40, officials say

By Travis Fedschun

More than 40 people were reported injured after an explosion took place at a restaurant in Japan on Sunday, officials said. 

Explosion at restaurant in Japan injures more than 40, officials say

By Travis Fedschun

More than 40 people were reported injured after an explosion took place at a restaurant in Japan on Sunday, officials said. 

Congo Says Baby Girl Is Youngest Survivor of Ebola Outbreak

By ASSOCIATED PRESS

Congolese are calling the infant named Benedicte, who was admitted to an Ebola treatment center six days after birth, the “young miracle.”

Jayme Closs' family, community hold out hope 2 months after teen's disappearance

By Travis Fedschun

Two months after 13-year-old Jayme Closs vanished from her Wisconsin home after her parents were shot and killed inside, family members marked the day Saturday with a plea for anyone with information to come forward.

Congo Says Baby Girl Is Youngest Survivor of Ebola Outbreak

By ASSOCIATED PRESS

Congolese are calling the infant named Benedicte, who was admitted to an Ebola treatment center six days after birth, the “young miracle.”

Lawyer’s Status Throws Genocide Conviction of Khmer Rouge Leader Into Doubt

By JULIA WALLACE

An international tribunal dismissed a Dutch lawyer who had defended one of Khmer Rouge leaders. The lawyer’s bar membership lapsed in 2016.

What the Obamacare Court Ruling Means for Open Enrollment

By SARAH MERVOSH

A federal judge in Texas struck down the Affordable Care Act a day before the deadline to sign up for next year’s coverage in most states.

β€˜S.N.L.’: Pete Davidson Largely Absent From Last Show of Year

By DAVE ITZKOFF

Davidson made only brief appearances in the final live show of 2018, hours after publishing an Instagram post that elicited concern about his safety and well-being.

Don’t Tear Up This Treaty

By THE EDITORIAL BOARD

Arms control isn’t perfect. But abandoning treaties without a plan for the future is dangerous.

Internet Church Isn’t Really Church

By LAURA TURNER

Showing up in person is exhausting, especially compared with live-streaming. But being together is the whole point.

Is There Such a Thing as an Authoritarian Voter?

By MOLLY WORTHEN

Political scientists want to know. They’re not the only ones.

On Pro Football: The Ravens’ Down-to-Earth Approach Is Unnerving the N.F.L.

By BILL PENNINGTON

In an era when offenses emphasize the pass, Baltimore is doing just the opposite, and its emerging ground game is leaving other teams flummoxed.

Sunday Routine: How Marky Ramone, Punk Rocker, Spends His Sundays

By TAMMY La GORCE

When he is not compiling music for his SiriusXM show or internet radio channel, Ramone takes in live jazz and watches retro sci-fi movies.

Vows: She Proposed That He Be Her Caddie. They’ve Worked to Avoid the Rough.

By LINDA MARX

Jean Chua first asked Wesley Griswold to join her on the L.P.G.A. Tour, but he was not a pandering caddie, or boyfriend, and that didn’t always sit well.

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