Here's the biggest news you missed this weekend

Here’s the biggest news you missed this weekend

Trump whistleblower, a ‘historic’ winter storm, Joe Maddon and more of the weekend’s top stories.

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We searched for the best pizza in Naples — here’s who came out on top

Insider travelled to Naples to find the city’s best pizza. We visited four pizzerias, Gino e Toto Sorbillo, Starita, Pizzaria La Notizia, and Antica Pizzeria Da Michele. We rated pizzas on flavor, the combination of the toppings, and chewiness of the dough. V…

This week’s top stories: 2020 iPhone rumors, iOS 13.1, ceramic Apple Watch Series 5, more

In this week’s top stories: Apple releases iOS 13.1 and iPadOS to the public, more details on the iPhone 11 and iPhone 11 Pro, speculation on the 2020 iPhones begins, and much more. Read on for all of this week’s biggest news. more… The post This week’s top s…

How to become a VC, Amazon’s voice play, Peloton stock, Facebook’s new VR environment and more

EC Editorial Announcements TechCrunch Disrupt SF is this week: join us on the Extra Crunch stage TechCrunch’s biggest event of the year is happening this coming week at the brand-new Moscone North convention center in SF. We have wall-to-wall programming on o…

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KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. — Workers on the tower at Launch Complex 17-A, Cape Canaveral Air Force Station, fasten a support above the Comet Nucleus Tour (CONTOUR) spacecraft. CONTOUR will provide the first detailed look into the heart of a comet — the nucleus. Flying as close as 60 miles (100 kilometers) to at least two comets, the spacecraft will take the sharpest pictures yet of a nucleus while analyzing the gas and dust that surround these rocky, icy building blocks of the solar system. Launch of CONTOUR aboard a Boeing Delta II rocket is scheduled for July 1, 2002

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KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. — On Launch Complex 17-A, Cape Canaveral Air Force Station, the Comet Nucleus Tour (CONTOUR) spacecraft is lifted up the gantry for encapsulation and mating with the launch vehicle. CONTOUR will provide the first detailed look into the heart of a comet — the nucleus. Flying as close as 60 miles (100 kilometers) to at least two comets, the spacecraft will take the sharpest pictures yet of a nucleus while analyzing the gas and dust that surround these rocky, icy building blocks of the solar system. Launch of CONTOUR aboard a Boeing Delta II rocket is scheduled for July 1, 2002

NBCU launches LX, a local news network aimed at younger cord cutters

NBCU launches LX, a local news network aimed at younger cord cutters

NBCU is again going after Gen Z and millennials with the launch of a new digital news brand and soon-to-arrive streaming network, called LX — short for “Local X.” Local, because the focus is on local news and “X” because…well, it sounds cool? (NBCU says it’s …

The ESPN Daily: How Gritty came to life, a touch of gray for the Nets and shade out of nowhere on a Philly WR

A daily rundown of the top stories in sports.

The ESPN Daily: It’s Danny Dimes time, footballers gone vegan, and Minshew Mania returns to Pullman…

A daily rundown of the top stories in sports.

Credit Suisse’s top shareholder says no top execs should be fired over ongoing spying scandal (CS)

Reuters Top Credit Suisse shareholder Harris Associates warned the firm’s reputation could be damaged if any top executives are fired over the surveillance of former banker Iqbal Khan. “We are fully supportive of CS’s management actions taking any legal steps…

Democratic contenders duke it out on ‘SNL’ in a guest-packed town hall

The average Saturday Night Live sketch tends to top out at around 6 or 7 minutes. This one? It climbs past 10 minutes. Like everything else relating to the race for the 2020 Democratic presidential nomination, the sketch is overstuffed with personalities and …

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KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. — In the early morning, the Comet Nucleus Tour (CONTOUR) spacecraft arrives at Launch Complex 17-A, Cape Canaveral Air Force Station, from the Spacecraft Assembly and Encapsulation Facility 2 (SAEF-2). CONTOUR will provide the first detailed look into the heart of a comet — the nucleus. Flying as close as 60 miles (100 kilometers) to at least two comets, the spacecraft will take the sharpest pictures yet of a nucleus while analyzing the gas and dust that surround these rocky, icy building blocks of the solar system. Launch of CONTOUR aboard a Boeing Delta II rocket is scheduled for July 1, 2002

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KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. — A worker checks the fit as the Comet Nucleus Tour (CONTOUR) spacecraft is mated to the upper stage of a Boeing Delta II rocket. CONTOUR will provide the first detailed look into the heart of a comet — the nucleus. Flying as close as 60 miles (100 kilometers) to at least two comets, the spacecraft will take the sharpest pictures yet of a nucleus while analyzing the gas and dust that surround these rocky, icy building blocks of the solar system. Launch of CONTOUR aboard the Delta II is scheduled for July 1, 2002, from Launch Complex 17-A, Cape Canaveral Air Force Station

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KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. — Workers gather around the Comet Nucleus Tour (CONTOUR) spacecraft as it is lowered toward the upper stage of a Boeing Delta II rocket for mating. CONTOUR will provide the first detailed look into the heart of a comet — the nucleus. Flying as close as 60 miles (100 kilometers) to at least two comets, the spacecraft will take the sharpest pictures yet of a nucleus while analyzing the gas and dust that surround these rocky, icy building blocks of the solar system. Launch of CONTOUR aboard the Delta II is scheduled for July 1, 2002, from Launch Complex 17-A, Cape Canaveral Air Force Station

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KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. — As the Comet Nucleus Tour (CONTOUR) spacecraft is lowered toward the upper stage of a Boeing Delta II rocket, a worker keeps close watch. The two components are being mated for launch. CONTOUR will provide the first detailed look into the heart of a comet — the nucleus. Flying as close as 60 miles (100 kilometers) to at least two comets, the spacecraft will take the sharpest pictures yet of a nucleus while analyzing the gas and dust that surround these rocky, icy building blocks of the solar system. Launch of CONTOUR aboard the Delta II is scheduled for July 1, 2002, from Launch Complex 17-A, Cape Canaveral Air Force Station

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KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. — Workers finish donning SCAPE suits for the fueling of the Comet Nucleus Tour (CONTOUR) spacecraft in the Spacecraft Assembly and Encapsulation Facility 2 (SAEF-2). SCAPE refers to Self-Contained Atmospheric Protective Ensemble. CONTOUR will provide the first detailed look into the heart of a comet — the nucleus. Flying as close as 60 miles (100 kilometers) to at least two comets, the spacecraft will take the sharpest pictures yet of a nucleus while analyzing the gas and dust that surround them. CONTOUR is scheduled for launch aboard a Boeing Delta II rocket July 1, 2002, from Launch Complex 17-A, Cape Canaveral Air Force Station