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    • Atlassian, the $19 billion Australian software giant, has new offices in San Francisco. 
    • The new digs take up six floors, but Atlassian is currently only using four.
    • Atlassian invested heavily in making this office represent the company's ideals around teamwork — the desks are on wheels, there are tons of nooks and crannies for quiet conversations, and even the artwork on the wall was created by teams of artists working together. 
    • We visited the space, take a look around.

    Atlassian, the $19 billion Aussie software giant behind the popular Jira bug-tracking tool, takes the concept of teamwork seriously— so much so that it literally trades on the stock market under the ticker symbol "TEAM."

    So when Atlassian moved into new San Francisco offices this year, the company took the opportunity to rethink how its own employees work together. In the same way that the new Apple Park campus reflects designer Jony Ive's attention to detail, Atlassian wanted its headquarters to be at the cutting edge of design that encourages people to work together. 

    "Companies are realizing that physical spaces are a reflection of the culture," said Helen Russell, Atlassian's chief people officer, in a recent interview. 

    We swung by Atlassian's new digs to see how it put that concept into action.

    SEE ALSO: Google Cloud is acquiring a research startup founded by some of the top names in DevOps

    This is Atlassian's old San Francisco office, circa 2012. A converted warehouse, it was plenty spacious — but also, located deep in San Francisco's SoMa neighborhood, a far walk from public transit hubs. That wasn't a fun trek after dark, says Russell.



    So for the new space, Atlassian opted to go right into the heart of San Francisco's financial district, not terribly far from a Microsoft office, and a short walk away from the San Francisco Bay Area's BART train system.

    Atlassian technically controls six floors of the building, but currently occupies four.



    Stepping inside the office, you can see that it was designed with lots of open spaces, with tons of seating for people to meet — a reflection of the fact that Atlassian makes some of the most popular tools for software developers to work together.



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    Gift cards are an ideal gift in a lot of ways. For instance, you get to give them exactly what they want — in the color, style, and exact model that they want it — without polling their closest friends, family, and private online wish lists. They also typically don't expire.

    Below, you'll find 40 of the best ones to give. If you want more options, there are also lots of restaurant gift cards on Amazon and plenty of other brands here. Otherwise, you might opt for stores like Best Buy with free in-store pickup

    Below, you'll find 40 of the best gift cards to give this year:

    Looking for more gift ideas? Check out all of Insider Picks' holiday gift guides for 2018 here.

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    Buy a Brooklinen gift card

    Brooklinen makes the best high-end sheets at the best price on the internet. Have a gift card delivered digitally, or in a gift card box. You can find a full review of Brooklinen's sheets here.



    Amazon

    Buy an Amazon gift card

    An Amazon gift card is a more polite version of giving them cash — with it, they can buy pretty much anything they've had on their wish list — whether it's new and exciting tech or completely utilitarian home basics. You can also buy it in a gift card box.



    Spotify

    Buy a Spotify gift card on Amazon or Best Buy

    They probably already have a Spotify account, but that doesn't mean they won't appreciate not having to pay for it for a while. A Spotify gift card lets you fund the next few months of something they love and use multiple times per day. 



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    I almost always default to Amazon when I need last-minute, well, anything. Because I love procrastinating, I use it most frantically to buy gifts.

    Once you're on Amazon, you can breathe a little and remind yourself to calm down — it's impossible not to find a good gift that will arrive in time.

    Armed with a Prime membership and lightning-fast typing and scrolling skills, you can browse the huge collection of Prime-eligible products and emerge triumphant, having crossed off gifts for everyone on your list. 

    Most of these items are available with two-day shipping if you have Amazon Prime, so don't stress too hard about your last-minute shopping — just remember that the sooner you order, the better your chances of a timely arrival.

    If time is catching up to you, we've created a cheat sheet to the best 32 gifts on Amazon that will also reliably arrive before Christmas. 

    Looking for more gift ideas? Check out all of Insider Picks' holiday gift guides for 2018 here.

    SEE ALSO: All of Insider Picks' holiday gift guides, in one place

    DON'T MISS: 55 creative and unexpected gifts for her that are all under $50

    A tribute to the illustrator behind the iconic worlds and characters of 'Star Wars'

    Star Wars Art: Ralph McQuarrie, $156.78, available at Amazon

    Dive into the fascinating artistic process of creating the "Star Wars" universe. The never-before-seen-or-published illustrations and interviews paint a picture of the hard work of the designer Ralph McQuarrie.



    A cool home-decor piece for transit enthusiasts

    Umbra Subway Wall Hook, $30, available at Amazon

    Part art piece and part functional organizer, the subway-inspired wall hook reminds them of the joys (and terrors) of riding public transportation.

     



    Best-selling noise-cancelling headphones

    Bose QuietComfort 35 (Series II) Wireless Headphones, $299, available at Amazon

    These comfortable headphones cut out surrounding noises so they can enjoy the crisp and clear listening experience with no distractions. It also has Alexa built right in for hands-free music control and information access. 

     



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    When I'm browsing for gifts, Amazon is admittedly not the site where I expect to easily stumble across an option that I've never seen before or regard as cool. I tend to think that the new and interesting startups have a leg up in this regard. Since Amazon is so familiar to shop, however, an ideal situation would be for me to knock out all my holiday shopping at once there. 

    It may be a convenient place to shop for ordinary and practical needs like kitchen tools and organization products, but is it really the best place to find unique gifts for your friends and family? This guide of 24 unique gifts, all available on Amazon, presents a compelling case.

    Most of these items are available with two-day shipping if you have Amazon Prime, so don't stress too hard about your last-minute shopping — just remember that the sooner you order, the better your chances of a timely arrival.

    Looking for more gift ideas? Check out all of Insider Picks' holiday gift guides for 2018 here.

    SEE ALSO: 25 creative and unexpected gifts for 'Star Wars' fans of all ages

    DON'T MISS: 75 unique gift ideas from startups that are worth having on your radar

    A hook system more reliable than the MTA

    Umbra Subway Wall Hook, $30, available at Amazon

    Part art piece and part functional organizer, the subway-inspired wall hook reminds them of the joys (and terrors) of riding public transportation. 



    A programmable R2-D2

    R2-D2 App-Enabled Droid, from $74.95, available at Amazon

    Your favorite droid comes to life, with a little help from a corresponding app. It can drive around their home, change stances, and react to movie moments as it watches. 



    A garden aquarium that wastes no resources

    Back to the Roots Water Garden, $73.99, available at Amazon

    The two-in-one ecosystem is self-sustaining: the fish waste fertilizes the micro greens on top while the plants clean the fish's water. It requires less work and the greens should be ready in 10 days, plus it simply looks cool on their countertop. 



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    • For those who are always on the road, the right gift can help make life easier, more comfortable, or more efficient.
    • From luggage and backpacks to plane-friendly workwear and headphones, this gift guide has the perfect travel gifts for any road warrior.

    People who travel often, whether for business or leisure, tend to be one of two kinds of packers: light, or organized (of course, they can also be both).

    If you have friends or family on your shopping list who spend a lot of time on the road or in the air, this guide has the perfect gift for them, no matter what kind of packer or traveler they are.

    Most of these items are available with expedited shipping, and some should arrive within a few days' time, so don't stress too hard about your last-minute shopping — just remember that the sooner you order, the better your chances of a timely arrival.

    Still shopping for more gifts? Check out all of Insider Picks' holiday gift guides for 2018 here.


    SEE ALSO: All of Insider Picks' holiday gift guides, in one place

    DON'T MISS: 25 creative and unexpected gifts for 'Star Wars' fans of all ages

    The most comfortable travel shoes you can buy

    Wool Runners, available at Allbirds, $95

    Allbirds wool runners come in all colors and sizes and are comfortable enough to wear on the plane, in the city, or even in the hotel gym.



    The latest and greatest e-reader

    Kindle Paperwhite, available at Amazon, $99

    The Kindle Paperwhite is thin, light, waterproof, and has an absurdly crisp screen.

    Note: Expected to arrive after Christmas 



    A collared shirt made from performance material

    Performance Shirts, available at Ministry of Supply, starts at $115

    The right kind of shirt can take you straight from a red-eye to a meeting.



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    It's the most wonderful time of the year for anyone who enjoys exchanging gifts with their friends and family. And as someone who gets a special satisfaction from picking out the perfect gifts for everyone in her life, whether they're her coworkers, her in-laws, her dad, or her boyfriend, I'm very lucky it's essentially my job to help other people do just that.

    If you need some inspiration for what to get for him this holiday season (whether he's your brother, father, husband, son, or otherwise), the Insider Picks team has you covered with some truly excellent gift ideas. Though you can never go wrong with a new leather wallet or festive, holiday-themed socks, we've also included some more unique gifts, like a custom Xbox controller and a cookbook focusing on late-night munchies. 

    Check out all 68 gifts for him, and happy shopping! 

    Most of these items are available with expedited shipping, and some should arrive within a few days' time, so don't stress too hard about your last-minute shopping — just remember that the sooner you order, the better your chances of a timely arrival.

    Looking for more gift ideas? Check out all of Insider Picks' holiday gift guides for 2018 here.

    READ MORE: All of Insider Picks' holiday gift guides, in one place

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    A classic leather wallet

    Bellroy Slim Sleeve Wallet, available at Bellroy and Amazon, $79 (7 colors)

    A wallet doesn't have to be a boring gift when it's from Bellroy. The gorgeous Slim Sleeve fits everything he needs in a slim, efficient profile. We love it so much we named it the best men's wallet in our buying guide.



    A flask that'll keep his coffee hot

    Hydro Flask 20 oz. Coffee Flask, available at Hydro Flask and REI, $28 (11 colors)

    This insulated coffee flask keeps hot drinks hot (and we mean hot) for up to 12 hours, and cold drinks cold for up to 24 hours. 



    A stylish and comfortable pair of sneakers

    Allbirds Wool Runners, available at Allbirds and Nordstrom, $95 (4 classic colors, 10 limited-edition colors)

    Popular shoe startup Allbirds came out with a new high-top sneaker this month, dubbed the Tree Toppers, but for the uninitiated (and honestly really anyone), the classic Wool Runners make an excellent gift. 



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    • The partial government shutdown over President Donald Trump's desired border-wall funding will last at least until December 27.
    • Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell adjourned the Senate until Thursday, after lawmakers failed to reach a deal with the White House.
    • Senior Trump administration officials also suggested to reporters on Saturday that the White House would not back down on the wall.

    The partial government shutdown sparked by President Donald Trump's last-minute demand for $5 billion in funding for a US-Mexico border wall will likely last at least until December 27.

    Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell adjourned the Senate until Thursday after announcing that lawmakers failed to reach a deal with the White House, which refused to back down on the border-wall funding.

    McConnell took to the Senate floor earlier on Saturday to blame Democrats for the shutdown, though Trump said just days ago that he would accept responsibility and be "proud" to shut down the government.

    "They've refused to meet President Trump halfway and provide even one-fifth of the resources for the border they were willing to provide just a few months ago," McConnell said.

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    Trump took to Twitter that afternoon to demand "a great Steel Barrier or Wall."

    "I won an election, said to be one of the greatest of all time, based on getting out of endless & costly foreign wars & also based on Strong Borders which will keep our Country safe," he tweeted. "We fight for the borders of other countries but we won't fight for the borders of our own!"

    The shutdown is the culmination of weeks of debate between Democrats and Trump over the border-wall funding. Here's how things broke down:

    Read more: Trump says 'Democrats now own the shutdown' just 10 days after declaring he was 'proud to shut down the government'

    • December 19: The Senate passes a clean short-term funding bill, called a continuing resolution (CR), that does not include border-wall funding but will keep the government open until February 8. Trump supported the bill at the time, Senate GOP leaders said.
    • December 20: Trump flip-flops on the clean CR after listening to attacks from conservative TV pundits and the hardline House Freedom Caucus, and he announces that he will not sign a bill with no wall funding. House Republicans then pass a CR that includes $5.7 billion in wall funds.
    • December 21: Trump demands the Senate vote for the House version of the CR and tells Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell to get rid of the legislative filibuster in order to pass the vote with only GOP lawmakers, but the idea is a nonstarter. The Senate votes down the House version of the bill, and the government moves closer to a shutdown at the midnight deadline.
    • December 22: McConnell announces in the afternoon that lawmakers have not reached a deal, and adjourns the Senate until December 27. Senior Trump administration officials also suggested to reporters on Saturday that the White House would not back down on the wall, indicating that only Senate Democrats could end the shutdown by caving on the funding.

    The shutdown does not affect the entire federal government since Congress already passed seven of the 12 major funding bills for next year. But the shutdown does impact a slew of agencies, including the departments of Agriculture, Commerce, Justice, Homeland Security, the Interior, State, Transportation, and Housing and Urban Development.

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    The gift-giving season is upon us.

    Here to help you choose the perfect gifts for everyone on your list, from your coworkers to your dad, or the person you pulled for a White Elephant gift exchange, are the editors and reporters from the Insider Picks team.

    If you need some inspiration for what to get for her this holiday season (whether she's your sister, mom, daughter, wife, or otherwise), we have you covered with some truly excellent gift ideas. Though you can never go wrong with a new leather wallet or festive, holiday-themed beauty gift set, we've also included some more unique gifts, like a custom map poster and a book about everything "Friends" in our list.

    Check out all 64 gifts for her, and happy shopping!

    Most of these items are available with expedited shipping, and some should arrive within a few days' time, so don't stress too hard about your last-minute shopping — just remember that the sooner you order, the better your chances of a timely arrival.

    Looking for more gift ideas? Check out all of Insider Picks' holiday gift guides for 2018 here.

    SEE ALSO: All of Insider Picks' holiday gift guides, in one place

    DON'T MISS: 55 creative and unexpected gifts for her that are all under $50

    A stylish and comfortable pair of shoes

    Allbirds Wool Loungers, available at Allbirds, $95 (9 colors)

    Popular shoe startup Allbirds came out with a new high-top sneaker this month, dubbed the Tree Toppers, but for the uninitiated (and honestly really anyone), the classic Wool Loungers make an excellent gift. 



    The Amazon Echo Spot

    Amazon Echo, available at Amazon, $69.99 (6 colors)

    The Echo is the perfect addition to her nightstand or countertop. It uses Alexa to accomplish any number of tasks, from answering questions to reordering supplies on Amazon. 



    A reusable bag that comes in dozens of fun prints

    Standard Baggu, available at Amazon, $9 (29 colors)

    You can never have too many reusable bags, especially when they're as cute as the ones Baggu makes. The Standard Baggu is design to hold 50 pounds and folds into a flat 5-inch by 5-inch pouch for easy storage in her purse. 



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    • On a call with reporters on Saturday, White House officials said President Donald Trump still plans on having Mexico pay for a wall along the US-Mexico border.
    • The statement comes on the first day of a partial shutdown of the federal government, after Congress adjourned without agreeing on a spending deal.
    • Trump has promised that Mexico would pay for the wall's construction since the early days of his presidential campaign, but has gradually begun changing the details of a hypothetical arrangement. 

    Senior Trump administration officials said Saturday that the president still plans on having Mexico pay for a wall along the US-Mexico border.

    The statement comes on the first day of a partial shutdown of the federal government, after Congress adjourned until December 27 without agreeing on a spending deal.

    President Donald Trump made a last-minute decision in recent days to demand that Congress allocated $5 billion for the wall, despite years of promises that Mexico would foot the bill.

    "Our administration continues to believe that [Mexico] will [pay for the wall]," a senior administration official said told reporters on a background call about the shutdown. "This debate is about ensuring that we have the appropriations to get the wall built."

    The official said the US planned to initially bear the wall's construction costs so there would be no "wait on negotiations with Mexico," and the administration would "be able to move on constructing the wall."

    The official continued: "What this debate is is fundamentally about getting started."

    Read more: Trump tweeted a design for 'steel slats' along the border with spikes on top — and called it 'totally effective while at the same time beautiful'

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    Senate Democrats have frequently seized on the Trump administration's promises that Mexico would pay as evidence that Congress shouldn't have to supply the funding. Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer said Saturday that the shutdown occurred "because of one person and one person alone — President Trump."

    He continued: "We arrived at this moment because the president has been on a destructive two-week temper tantrum demanding the American taxpayer pony up for an expensive, ineffective border wall that the president promised Mexico would pay for."

    Trump's latest pitch for Mexico's responsibility for the wall came in a tweet Wednesday, where he connected the wall's cost to the newest North American trade pact, the US-Mexico-Canada Agreement (USMCA).

    Though the USMCA was signed by the countries' leaders last month, it hasn't yet been ratified by Congress, or Mexico or Canada's legislative bodies.

    When White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders was asked about the deal last week, she said the administration thought that more than $25 billion would flow into the Treasury, though she didn't elaborate on the calculation.

    Trump has promised since his election that Mexico would pay

    "I would build a great wall, and nobody builds walls better than me, believe me, and I’ll build them very inexpensively," Trump said in his June 2015 presidential announcement speech. "I will build a great, great wall on our southern border and I’ll have Mexico pay for that wall."

    The Mexican government has repeatedly said the country will not pay for the wall.

    By January 2017, Trump had pared back his plan to a version closer to his current pitch, saying Mexico would pay back the cost of construction for "the Great Wall."

    During the campaign, Trump estimated the wall would cost between $8 billion and $12 billion to build.

    But on January 8, 2018, the Trump administration was expected to request $18 billion from Congress for the wall. Two weeks later, Trump introduced a new immigration bill that included a request for $25 billion towards the wall.

    Amid these proposals, Trump also tweeted that the wall would cost $20 billion.

    More recently, Trump has fallen back on the argument that the wall would essentially pay for itself through the increased economic output stemming from the USMCA. He has doubled down on that claim multiple times in recent weeks.

    In a fiery White House meeting between Trump and top Democrats on December 11, House Speaker-designate Nancy Pelosi and Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer dismissed Trump's suggestion that the USMCA's benefits would make up for the wall funding.

    Business Insider's Bob Bryan reported that Pelosi later told Democrats that she told Trump that dedicating money to a wall would still mean Americans were losing out on the benefits.

    "I said, 'You're going to take the money we made from the trade agreement. Well that's an opportunity cost, Mr. President, for American workers and our economy that's supposed to benefit from that. They did not know you are passing a bill so that you could pay for a wall and say Mexico paid for it with our profits from our workers and our businesses and the rest,'" Pelosi reportedly said.

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    When it comes to gift swapping games like White Elephant, Yankee Swap, or Nasty Christmas, the master gifters must first forget everything they know about holiday gifting.

    Gone are the cashmere scarves, Belgian chocolates, and those porcelain baby angel figurines Aunt Sharon collects. In their place, Ron Swanson's Pyramid of Greatness, cookbooks punctuated by expletives, life-size cardboard cut-outs of your face, and door stoppers with "HODOR" emblazoned upon them. 

    Gift swaps reward the niche, novel, and irreverent, with bonus points going to those who can check the boxes of funny and useful. So, below, we rounded up 55 last-minute gifts that are perfectly primed for this occasion, and, admittedly, perhaps no other.

    Most of these items are available with expedited shipping, and some should arrive within a few days' time, so don't stress too hard about your last-minute shopping — just remember that the sooner you order, the better your chances of a timely arrival.

    Below, you'll find 55 of the best last-minute White Elephant gifts under $50 on the internet.

    Looking for more gift ideas? Check out all of Insider Picks' holiday gift guides for 2018 here.

    SEE ALSO: All of Insider Picks' holiday gift guides, in one place

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    A parody cookbook

    Fifty Shades of Chicken: A Parody in a Cookbook, available on Amazon, $14.05

    Useful, funny, unexpected, and — dare we say it — provocative ... this spoof cookbook is one of the best conversation starters and White Elephant gifts under $15 you're likely to find. 



    A funny meme-inspired card game for adults

    What Do You Meme Game, available on Uncommon Goods and Amazon, $30

    What Do You Meme is the second wave of whatever Cards Against Humanity was — and it's really fun. The game is currently backordered on Uncommon Goods until December 27, so order from Amazon if your exchange is before Christmas. 



    A 2019 calendar celebrating only the cringe-worthy awkwardness of timeless family photos

    Awkward Family Photos 2019 Day-to-Day Calendar, available on Amazon, $13.49

    Matching outfits, terrible stage direction, and a collection of 365 photos that will make you recoil in either recognition or secondhand embarrassment.



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    Unless you won the lottery or lost a bet, not everyone in your life is expecting a brand new car from you for the holidays.

    And for the many instances in which it's better to give a small gift, most of us would love to give something that's both inexpensive and impactful — more than just a token space filler in a stocking. For that, you'll probably have the best luck on Amazon. It's home to a ton of great, affordable products people actually want, and you get the added perks of easy, fast shipping and prices that are nearly always the lowest on the internet. 

    The trade-off is that you need to be willing to invest the time, eye strain, and concentration wrinkles necessary for going through 30+ pages of product results. To save you the time, we curated a few of our all-time favorites and other great products from a wide range of interests below.  

    If you're looking for something even more budget-friendly, we also have 30+ stocking stuffers you can get for under $10 here

    Most of these items are available with two-day shipping if you have Amazon Prime, so don't stress too hard about your last-minute shopping — just remember that the sooner you order, the better your chances of a timely arrival.

    Below, you'll find 50 of the best stocking stuffers you can find on Amazon for under $20.

    Looking for more gift ideas? Check out all of Insider Picks' holiday gift guides for 2018 here.

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    A mini, functional waffle maker that takes up minimal countertop space

    Dash Mini Waffle Maker, $8.99

    This small but mighty waffle maker looks more like a gag gift than a functional one, but they'll be surprised by how often they end up using it. It takes up minimal counter and storage space, is easy to clean, and is perfect for when you're craving just one or two waffles and don't want to make a whole spread. 



    A protective cover for their AirPods case

    PodSkinz AirPods Case Protective Silicone Cover, $7.95

    Apple AirPods: incredibly convenient, but also incredibly easy to lose and scratch up. A silicone cover is a cheap and attractive way to protect the case protecting their beloved earbuds. 



    A pair of $10 headphones with over 30,000 5-star reviews

    Panasonic ErgoFit In-Ear Headphones, $8.98

    These $10 in-ear headphones are sort of like finding cheap diamonds in the rough. They have over 30,000 5-star reviews on Amazon and are one of few cheap tech products with universal praise. The best features include: noise isolation, good sound, and staying put.  



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    • President Donald Trump tweeted Saturday evening that he didn't know Brett McGurk, the top US official leading the fight against ISIS.
    • Trump called McGurk a "grandstander" for resigning over Trump's recent decision to withdraw 2,000 troops from Syria.
    • McGurk reportedly told his colleagues in an email on Friday that he could not in good conscience carry out Trump's orders to withdraw 2,000 troops.
    • Defense Secretary Jim Mattis also resigned this week, citing differences between his and Trump's views on how to treat US allies and adversaries.

    President Donald Trump on Saturday said he didn't know Brett McGurk, the top US official leading the fight against the Islamic State group, and called him a "grandstander" for resigning over Trump's decision to withdraw troops from Syria.

    "Brett McGurk, who I do not know, was appointed by President Obama in 2015," Trump tweeted. "Was supposed to leave in February but he just resigned prior to leaving. Grandstander? The Fake News is making such a big deal about this nothing event!"

    McGurk, who served as the special presidential envoy to the 79-nation Global Coalition to Defeat ISIS, was indeed set to retire in February. But on Friday he announced he would resign early.

    He told his colleagues in an email obtained by The New York Times that he could not in good conscience carry out Trump's orders to withdraw 2,000 troops.

    "The recent decision by the president came as a shock and was a complete reversal of policy that was articulated to us," McGurk said in the email. "It left our coalition partners confused and our fighting partners bewildered."

    Read more: Top US official leading fight against ISIS resigns with scathing letter calling Trump's Syria troop withdrawal a 'complete reversal' of US policy

    Brett McGurk, the special presidential envoy for the Global Coalition to Defeat ISIS.

    He continued: "I worked this week to help manage some of the fallout but — as many of you heard in my meetings and phone calls — I ultimately concluded that I could not carry out these new instructions and maintain my integrity."

    McGurk's resignation came one day after the resignation of Defense Secretary Jim Mattis, who wrote a blunt letter telling Trump he had "the right to have a Secretary of Defense whose views are better aligned with yours" on issues such as respecting US allies and condemning its enemies.

    Trump's decision to withdraw the troops triggered condemnation across the political spectrum, with many Republicans denouncing the decision out of fear that such a move would invigorate US foes and pave the way for an ISIS resurgence.

    Read more: Trump's move to pull US troops out of Syria was reportedly the final straw for Mattis

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    But in another tweet on Saturday night, Trump accused the media of unfairly criticizing him over the Syria decision.

    "If anybody but your favorite President, Donald J. Trump, announced that, after decimating ISIS in Syria, we were going to bring our troops back home (happy & healthy), that person would be the most popular hero in America," he said. "With me, hit hard instead by the Fake News Media. Crazy!"

    Trump also took a shot at Mattis, tweeting that he gave Mattis a "second chance" after former President Barack Obama fired him as the head of Central Command.

    "Interesting relationship-but I also gave all of the resources that he never really had," Trump said. "Allies are very important-but not when they take advantage of U.S."

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    • At least 222 people are dead and another 800 injured after a tsunami struck areas around the Indonesia islands of Java and Sumatra.
    • Hundreds of homes and other buildings were "heavily damaged" in the tsunami which struck late on Saturday.
    • The tsunami was triggered by a volcanic eruption that caused an underwater landslide, according to the disaster mitigation agency.

    JAKARTA (Reuters) - A tsunami killed at least 222 people on the Indonesian islands of Java and Sumatra and injured hundreds following an underwater landslide caused by a volcanic eruption, the disaster mitigation agency said on Sunday.

    Some 800 people were injured and hundreds of homes and other buildings were "heavily damaged" in the tsunami which struck late on Saturday.

    On Dec. 26 in 2004, an Indian Ocean tsunami triggered by an earthquake killed 226,000 people in 13 countries, including more than 120,000 inIndonesia.

    Endan Permana, head of the agency in Pandeglang, told Metro TV police were providing immediate assistance to victims in Tanjung Lesung in Banten province, a popular tourist getaway not far from the capital, Jakarta, as emergency workers had not arrived in the area yet.

    "Many are missing," Permana said.

    The agency said it was still compiling information and there was a "possibility that data on the victims and damage will increase".

    The tsunami was caused by "an undersea landslide resulting from volcanic activity on Anak Krakatau" and was exacerbated by abnormally high tide because of the current full moon, disaster agency spokesman Sutopo Purwo Nugroho said.

    According to a statement from the Meteorology, Climatology and Geophysics Agency (BMKG), Krakatau erupted at just after 9 p.m. and the tsunami struck at around 9.30 p.m. on Saturday.

    "The tsunami hit several areas of the Sunda Strait, including beaches in Pandeglang regency, Serang, and South Lampung," the agency said.

    Nugroho told Metro TV that tsunamis triggered by volcanic eruptions were "rare" and that the Sunda Strait tsunami had not resulted from an earthquake.

    "There was no earthquake, and the Anak Krakatau eruption also wasn't that big," Nugroho told Metro TV, noting there were no "significant" seismic tremors to indicate a tsunami was coming.

    The Krakatau eruption created a column of volcanic ash estimated to be up 500 meters high.

    (Reporting by Gayatri Suroyo, Tabita Diela and Jessica Damiana; Writing by Fergus Jensen; Editing by Nick Macfie)

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    Jeep Gladiator

    It's been a great year for the automotive industry. Sales in the US are once again expected to top 17 million cars. SUVs remain all the rage. According to data compiled by Kelley Blue Book, US consumers have purchased or leased more than 7.2 million crossovers and SUVs over the first 11 months of the year.

    That represents more than 46% of all passenger vehicles sold in the US.

    The single largest segment of the market, even larger than full-size pickups, is the compact crossover/SUV with nearly 2.9 million units sold so far this year. 

    Read more: We drove a $211,000 Porsche Panamera to see if it's a hybrid supercar with room for the whole family. Here's the verdict.

    Aside from the sales figures, there have also been some outstanding individual performers. For example, the Kia Stinger surprised us all and nabbed Business Insider's Car of the Year Award. The Stinger's eye-catching looks, powerful engine, and expertly-tuned suspension proved to the world that South Korea can, indeed build a world-class sports sedan. 

    On the electric front, Jaguar became the first traditional carmaker to launch a luxury electric crossover SUV while Tesla's Model 3 finally ramped up to deliveries. 

    As 2018 comes to an end, it's time to look forward to 2019. Here's a closer look at some of the hot new and revamped cars, trucks, and SUVs we can't wait to check out in the coming year.

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    China Earthquake

    • Earthquakes kill roughly 20,000 people each year, on average.
    • A new global mapping project shows which regions of the world are most at risk of earthquakes. 
    • 15 countries account for most of the death and destruction caused by quakes.

    Earthquakes kill, on average, about 20,000 people every year.

    When a quake strikes, there's very little time to prepare, and survival has a lot to do with luck: Building codes, the time of day, and even the weather (which can trigger avalanches and mudslides) can play a role in how much destruction an earthquake causes.

    It has generally been tough to determine where in the world people are most at risk, since there was no standardized, comprehensive way to compare the consequences of shaking around the world.

    But now, a new mapping project led by the Global Earthquake Model Foundation (GEM) has done just that.

    "No one's ever created a global earthquake risk map at this level of detail before, and certainly not for the public," GEM Secretary General John Schneider told Business Insider.

    GEM scientists pinpointed which parts of the world are most at risk of earthquakes and where people can expect these disasters to do the most damage. They factored in the latest earthquake science, like ground-shake potential, as well as the human element: how exposed and vulnerable people are to earthquakes in different areas of the world. They took into account how fragile people's homes, schools and workplaces are; how densely populated earthquake-prone regions are; and, to some extent, what previous fatality numbers have been. The effort included hundreds of collaborators from public, private, and academic institutions around the world who worked together on what's now an open-source collection of maps

    "This allows one to get much more detailed information about the types of buildings, the population density, the potential for fatalities, the potential for damage, and economic loss essentially anywhere in the world," Schneider said.

    After working on the maps for many years, the scientists realized that 15 countries account for most of the death and destruction wrought by earthquakes. They calculated that quakes cost us about $93.7 million globally, when expenses are normalized on a per-meter-squared basis (the researchers accounted for differences in construction costs across countries ).

    Of that $93.7 million, the following 15 countries rack up nearly all the damage: more than $71.5 million, the researchers estimate. Here's who's most at risk of a coming quake, according to the experts, in order from highest potential for loss to lowest.

    SEE ALSO: Why San Francisco is a nightmare, according to science

    China, a seismically active country with the world's largest population, accounts for roughly half of all earthquake deaths.

    "Whether it's over the last 50 years or the last 500 years, they've had half the deaths," Schneider said. 

    It's cheaper to rebuild after an earthquake in China than it is in nearby Japan, but with more than 1.3 billion people in the country, the potential for loss of life and property is huge. One of the most brutal Chinese earthquakes in recent memory, the 7.5-magnitude quake that hit Tangshan in 1976, killed 242,769 people. 

    The new GEM maps give the public an unprecedented way to see detailed, local data on Chinese earthquake risks. GEM's global seismic risk map, for example, allows viewers to zero in on average annual economic losses around different cities and towns, and it's normalized to account for differences in construction costs. 



    Japan sits in one of the most active earthquake zones on the planet: the Pacific Ring of Fire. Fortunately, earthquake-warning systems in the country are second to none.

    Japan debuted a system in 2007 that detects early shock waves via a network of more than 1,000 seismometers around the island nation. The system then pings phones, TVs, and radios across the country, stopping trains and providing people with a few extra seconds to prepare for the tremors.

    That time isn't always enough, though. A quake that hit the northern island of Hokkaido in September killed at least 39 people, as CNN reported

    That 6.7 magnitude tremor was far from the worst the Japanese have seen. A 7.9 quake hit Tokyo in 1923, killing 142,807 people. 



    Iran straddles the spot where the Eurasian and Arabian tectonic plates butt heads, which is why it sees such frequent quakes.

    A magnitude-7.3 earthquake that hit the country in 2017 killed more than 400 people. Rescue workers scrambled into action, but mudslides triggered by the quake made their work difficult.

    People as far as Baghdad, 200 miles from the epicenter in Iraq, felt the shaking.

    "I was sitting with my kids having dinner and suddenly the building was just dancing in the air," Majida Ameer told Reuters at the time. "I thought at first that it was a huge bomb. But then I heard everyone around me screaming, 'earthquake!'" 

    The Iranian capital of Tehran, which sits near the base of the country’s highest peak, Mount Damavand, is the area of the country that's most at risk.



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    2019 product trends 8

    Everything about online retail is changing: how you look for products, how social apps influence what you actually buy, and how a product gets to your front door not long after you place your order. 

    But it's not only how you shop that's rapidly innovating. It's also what you're shopping for. 

    In every industry, companies are becoming more creative, sustainable, and smart about their products. With shoppers enjoying the vast choice and convenience of the internet, brands have no alternative but to stay on their feet and think a couple steps ahead of the competition. 

    These changes and trends are all good news for shoppers. As both product writers and regular shoppers, we predict that in 2019, the following product trends are set to take the stage and have their moment. 

    Based on their growth in the past couple years and their future potential, these 7 types of products should be on your radar in 2019.

    Clothing made from sustainable and recycled fabrics

    In every facet of your life, you have opportunities to be a more responsible consumer and do your part to reduce your impact on the planet. You can wash your hair without lining your tub with bottles, pack up your leftovers in a beeswax wrap instead of plastic, and invest in long-lasting clothes made from alternative materials. 

    The movement against fast fashion is led by startups like ADAY, Everlane, and Reformation, where sustainability is woven into their DNA. Larger companies like Patagonia and Adidas are also doing their part. Next year, it'll be easier than ever to find closet staples like cashmere sweaters and work flats that use repurposed materials — and you won't be able to feel the difference. 



    Healthy, ready-made meal kits

    Meal kit delivery services often tout convenience as one of their main draws. After all, you don't have to think about what to make, spend time at the grocery store, or leave your house. However, much to the chagrin of anyone who doesn't love cooking or doesn't have 30 minutes to an hour to spare, you do in fact still have to cook the food.

    Ultimately, the fastest way to feed yourself is a ready-made meal. Snap Kitchen and Veestro are two online companies that are appealing themselves to customers who realize traditional meal kit delivery services aren't for them by delivering healthy meal plans and a la carte meals that you can simply microwave or heat in the oven. Preservative-free and made with organic, natural ingredients, they're a large step up from the microwave dinners you're thinking of. 



    CBD — in everything

    While 2018 saw the introduction of many products containing CBD, 2019 is when this industry will really flourish. In December 2018, Congress passed a bill legalizing hemp, a key source of the non-psychoactive cannabinoid CBD. That means you're going to see CBD infused into every possible product you can imagine, from food to skincare.

    Already, you can buy small-batch olive oil from California, moisturizing body lotion, and even vitamin gummies, all harnessing the restorative power of CBD to treat chronic pain, insomnia, and anxiety.



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    • A British Airways flight attendant shared a simple trick for never losing your passport.
    • If you're going to keep it in your hotel safe, leave the shoes you travel in in the safe, too.
    • That way, you won't leave the hotel room without checking the safe.

    Losing your passport is one of the most stressful things that can happen on holiday.

    Whether it's stolen or you simply misplace it, travel plans can get interrupted and flights can be missed if you don't have your passport on you.

    According to British Airways flight attendant Ty Opoku Adjei, countless travellers forget their passports in their hotel room safe.

    "When we go on holiday, it’s natural to want to keep your valuables in the hotel room safe," she told Business Insider, adding that some people "make it all the way to the airport only to realise they’ve left their passport in the safe."

    However, she said there's an easy way to prevent this from happening.

    "My top tip is to keep one of your shoes you plan to wear on your journey home in the safe.

    "If you do this, you’ll never leave the hotel room without checking the safe ever again... as long as you don’t forget where you put your shoe, of course!"

    It's a pretty simple tip to follow.

    If you do find yourself with a lost passport, though, here are the four steps you should immediately follow.

    SEE ALSO: 23 countries where money can buy you a second passport or 'elite residency'

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    Rocketbook 2 (1)

    • Rocketbook is best-known for creating a $30 smart notebook called the Everlast which wipes clean with a damp cloth. You may have seen it on Kickstarter or Shark Tank.
    • By outlining one of the icons printed on each page in pen, you can blast a JPEG or PDF of your handwritten notes to Google Drive, iCloud, messages, Dropbox and more.
    • I've been using the Everlast for a little while now, and I'm surprised by how great the product is. If you're looking for a smart notebook that sends handwritten notes to your devices, this is my personal recommendation based on its price, reliability, and simplicity.

    If you're an old soul who prefers pen and paper notes (they're just more personal, you know?), or you just get how obnoxious it is to be the only person clack-clack-clacking away at your laptop in a big meeting, you'll probably be interested in this $30 Kickstarter-funded smart notebook.  

    Once rejected on Shark Tank, the notebook is made by Rocketbook (the same company that brought you such worldly gifts as microwavable notebooks), and it connects to an app on your phone so you can save your notes easily. 

    How it works

    You can write in the Everlast notebook with the included FriXion pen, take a picture to scan the notes, and seamlessly send either a PDF or JPEG of your writing to a host of destinations (your email, messages, iCloud, Google Docs, Dropbox, and more). Then, once you're done and want a fresh page, you take a wet cloth and wipe it down. Your notes come off, and you can start the process again. There are 36 pages, but some users may find they only regularly touch one to five of them.

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    Why it's a good value

    It's a pretty great use of $30. You get access to your notes online without additional typing, get to use something lighter and easier than your laptop to jot things down, and you only need to buy one notebook for $30 to end all future notebook purchases. You don't need to re-up on your Everlast (theoretically), and you'll have digital copies of your notes so you won't find yourself digging through a stack of legal pads in the attic at any point. 

    How it is in real life

    When I heard about the idea of a notebook that lets users wipe down the pages to reuse them, I thought back to high school lab assignments. It seemed like a fun, cool experiment for that would last a couple of days, but not a feature I would bother to use very often. I'm pretty minimal when it comes to day-to-day life, and few gadgets punch through to the everyday. 

    I was surprised by how much I have used the Everlast, and by how much I really, genuinely like it. I personally prefer the ease and immediacy of handwritten notes, and the post-it notes strewn across my desk can attest to that fact. Since Rocketbook sent the Everlast to our office, I've used it nearly every day, almost like a whiteboard. I write down a to-do list for the day with the day's date at the top, and I cross tasks off as I get to them throughout the day. If I'm feeling ambitious, I'll scan the remaining tasks into an email to do later that night if I leave the notebook at the office. The next day, I wipe the page down and start again. It's taken some of the pressure off of note-taking, and I love that it has become a habit. Writing things down helps me organize my thoughts, and crossing them out incentivizes me in a 'simple joy' kind of way. It's also a much less wasteful way to prefer paper in the 21st century. 

    How it compares to competitors

    I've used more expensive options that digitize notes, and each has their merits (like Moleskine's $200 Smart Writing Set, which actually turns your handwritten notes into text you can copy and paste into documents — a huge help during college lectures that didn't allow laptops), but Rocketbook's $30 Everlast is hard to beat in terms of usability and dependability for cost. Plus, you can reuse it. It's a sustainable purchase that won't require you to shell out $30 more in the future when you run out of pages and have to replace your investment. And for a minimalist like me, I appreciated its simplicity. 

    It's also easier than expected to use the Everlast's scanning system (just take a picture in the app) and you get to assign each of the seven icons at the bottom of the page to a specific destination (the diamond can be emails, the apple can be iCloud, and so on). When you want to email your notes rather than send them to iCloud, just outline the assigned email icon with pen. When you scan, the app will understand the command. If you outline more than one, the Everlast app will send it to both destinations.

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    Cons to the Everlast smart notebook

    Having said all that, it's worth noting that you're only supposed to use specific pens in the notebook, which is always an added inconvenience. I haven't lost the FriXion pen that comes with the Everlast purchase yet, so this hasn't impacted me, but it is something to consider. Replacement pens are about 7 for $11 on Amazon. Just to be sure, I did a test with a Bic pen, and you really are better off using the recommended styles that wipe away; any other pen is there to stay.

    However, the pens do work particularly well — the paper is smoother than average, and even though they sort of "glide" across it, I never noticed any smudging when my hand rested against past notes. After the designated 15 seconds, the ink dries and stays put until wiped away with a damp cloth.

    Final thoughts

    All in all, the Everlast is a really useful tool if spending $30 for a reusable smart notebook makes sense to you. It saves you money on future notebooks, sends scans of your notes to your devices, and wipes down for easy and immediate reuse. I already prefer handwritten notes, but I'm surprised by how easy and helpful using this notebook has been. If you're looking for a new office or school tool, the Everlast is a really solid option. 

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    Business Insider's photo and graphics teams captured a lot of 2018's ups and downs through original visuals.

    Our coverage included everything from the floor plans of Jeff Bezos mansion, to Kim Jong Un's family tree, to photos of our Border Patrol ride-along at the US-Mexico border.

    While we've created thousands of graphics and photos this year, these are our highlights from 2018: 

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    The space between Earth and the moon is mind-boggling. This graphic reveals just how big it is — and what's out there.

    See the full graphic here.



    7 big health myths that were debunked in 2018

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    How solstice works and why it starts both summer and winter

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    • With the holidays approaching and online retailers' shipping windows rapidly closing, you might be starting to worry about all those last-minute gifts you still need to buy
    • Luckily, for those situations where it looks like the standard shipping estimate is cutting it a little too close, there's the "Buy Online, Pick Up in Store" option. 
    • This handy service provided by some of your favorite department stores and retailers lets you browse and purchase your gifts online, then pick them up in the physical store as early as the same day.

    Other than decreasing your stress over whether your gifts will ship in time, the "Buy Online, Pick Up in Store" option is also useful for:

    • When you don't want to deal with other shoppers or long checkout lines
    • When you'd like to keep your gifts discrete  
    • When you live close to a local store and it's more convenient to just pick it up 

    While the basic premise of "Buy Online, Pick Up in Store" is similar across stores, they do differ in some ways that could affect the way you approach your holiday shopping strategy.

    For each store below, we've broken down the different pick-up options, what to do after you place your order, what you need at the store, what to do if you'd like someone else to pick up the order, and how long your order will be held at the store. 

    Looking for more last-minute gift ideas? Check out all of Insider Picks' holiday gift guides for 2018 here.

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    Target

    Pick-up options: Look for "Free order pickup" when adding an item to your cart on Target's website. You can also shop from a list of Order Pickup eligible items by browsing any category and selecting "Free order pickup" from the availability drop down.

    What to do after you place your order: Wait until you receive a pickup notification email before you go to the Guest Services counter at the store to pick up your item.

    What you need at the store: A photo ID.

    If you'd like someone else to pick up the order: You can add or change an alternate pickup person on the order details page by editing the "Delivery" section. This new person needs to bring their own photo ID. 

    How long your order will be held at the store: Two days. If your order isn’t picked up after this time period, your order will be canceled and you won't be charged. You can extend your pickup window by one day by signing into your online account or visiting your order details page.

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    Nordstrom

    Pick-up options: When you're looking at a category or search results, go to "Shop your store" and enter your zip code to filter the results accordingly. Then select the store at checkout. 

    The order is usually available for pick up within two hours, though it can take longer during busier times like the holidays. 

    What to do after you place your order: Wait until you receive a pickup notification email (usually within four hours of order) before you go to the store to pick up your item, or, in some locations, have an employee bring your order directly to your car. 

    What you need at the store: A photo ID and the credit card used at checkout.

    If you'd like someone else to pick up the order: Contact the store directly to update the pick up information about the new person. 

    How long your order will be held at the store: 14 days. If your order isn’t picked up after this time period, your order will be canceled and you'll be refunded your payment.

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    Macy's

    Pick-up options: Click the "Free pick up" tab in the search results page, then choose the pick up option at checkout. If you order by 12 p.m. local time, the items should be ready for pick up later that day. 

    What to do after you place your order: Wait until you receive a pickup notification email before you go to the designated location at the store to pick up your item.

    What you need at the store: A photo ID and a copy of the notification email. 

    If you'd like someone else to pick up the order: Forward the notification email to them to take to the store along with their photo ID.

    How long your order will be held at the store: Seven days. If your order isn’t picked up after this time period, your order will be canceled and you'll be refunded your payment.

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