TIME Google

See How Google’s Logo Has Evolved Over the Years

The company made another big change Tuesday

TIME Hillary Clinton

Hillaryisms: A Brief Glossary of Clinton Slang

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Charlie Neibergall—AP Hillary Rodham Clinton speaks a news conference at the Des Moines Area Community College on Aug. 26, 2015, in Ankeny, Iowa.

The release of thousands of emails from Hillary Clinton’s time as Secretary of State hasn’t just opened a window into her political decisions, it’s also revealed how she talks.

A number of emails from Clinton to her closest staffers show a private lingo, often a form of shorthand to make typing easier on a smartphone but also the kind of personal references people who work closely together develop.

Here’s a short glossary of some common Hillaryisms:

are you awake: Subject line of any email sent past 10 p.m. or so. Nothing else is in the email so that if the recipient is asleep, they don’t feel pressured to respond at 2 a.m.

berry: Clinton’s BlackBerry.

Diane Reynolds: A pseudonym used by Chelsea Clinton when checking into hotels and also for her email address on Hillary Clinton’s homemade server.

hPad: Clinton’s iPad.

HRod: A nickname for Hillary Rodham Clinton, based on one of her email addresses, hrod17@clintonemail.com. Presumably a play on A-Rod, the nickname for New York Yankee Alex Rodriguez.

kidlet: Children. State Department staffer Cheryl Mills often referred to her children as “kidlets” in emails to Clinton.

pls print: A request for a staffer to print out an email, often the text of a longer news story, presumably so that she can read it.

WJC: Hillary Clinton’s husband, former President William Jefferson Clinton. State Department staffers often referred to Bill Clinton by his initials, though Hillary usually just called him Bill.

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TIME celebrities

One Direction Sets 6 New Guinness World Records

(L-R) Harry Styles, Liam Payne, Louis Tomlinson and Niall Horan of One Direction at ABC's "Good Morning America" in New York City on Aug. 4, 2015.
Kevin Mazur—WireImage/Getty Images (L-R) Harry Styles, Liam Payne, Louis Tomlinson and Niall Horan of One Direction at ABC's "Good Morning America" in New York City on Aug. 4, 2015.

The band's latest single has already achieved high numbers as well

They might be taking a hiatus next year, but the boys of One Direction will still be in the 2016 Guinness World Records book. The record keepers announced the group’s six honors on Monday, awarded for everything from their ability to sell albums to attracting Twitter followers.

Here’s a list of the accomplishments that landed One Direction a place in history:

First group to debut at No. 1 with their first four albums in the U.S.: Up All Night, Take Me Home, Midnight Memories, Four

First U.K. group to debut at No. 1 in U.S. with debut album (same as above)

Highest debut by U.K. group on U.S. singles chart at No. 3 with “Live While We’re Young”

Most popular dance game track for their “What Makes You Beautiful” routine on Just Dance 4, which garnered 36,817,975 views

Most followers on Twitter for a music group: 23,393,106

Most subscribers for a band on YouTube: 36,817,975 views

In 2015, 1D earned a spot in the Guinness World Records book for becoming the first act to debut at No. 1 with their first three albums.

One Direction’s latest single “Drag Me Down” — the band’s first without Zayn Malik — has already achieved high numbers, breaking the Spotify record for one-day streams, and becoming the first video to reach one million likes within the first 24 hours of its Vevo release. Hopefully their upcoming album, expected this fall, will put the foursome in the world record books yet again.

This article originally appeared on EW.com

TIME Crime

Fatal Shooting of Illinois Police Officer Prompts Manhunt

Police are searching for 3 suspects from the shooting

(FOX LAKE, Ill.) — Police in northern Illinois say a manhunt is underway after an officer was shot and killed.

Lake County Undersheriff Raymond Rose says the officer was pursuing people described as suspicious when he was shot and killed in Fox Lake, 55 miles north of Chicago.

He tells the Chicago Tribune that other responding officers found him in a marshy area in the city of Fox Lake and that he was stripped of his gun and other equipment.

Rose says police are searching for three suspects.

Law enforcement officers are conducting a massive manhunt with helicopters and dogs.

The search has prompted the lockdown of Grant Community High School.

TIME Google

Introducing Google’s Brand New Logo

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Google's new 'look' is designed to look good on any screen.

It should come as no surprise that the search giant, now owned by holding company Alphabet, takes its letters very seriously.

Those iconic, multi-colored six characters have to look good anywhere, everywhere—”even on the tiniest screen,” writes product management vice president Tamar Yehoshua and user experience director Bobby Nath on the corporate blog. That means the symbols have to shine on your desktop computer, pop in your car, dazzle on your watch, gleam on your phone, sing in your smart contact lenses, and please eyes everywhere in between.

“G-o-o-g-l-e” can’t get old. And so, to stay current in the multi-screen age, the company has decided to introduce a brand new logo.

The update flattens out the letters into a sans-serif typeface, and softens their color palette. For the search giant, it’s a more modern look—one that seems to take its cue from Alphabet’s own unfussy wordmark.

You can learn more about the evolution of Google’s logo in a video on the company’s blog. As Yehoshua and Nath say, the design is an ever-iterating process.

This isn’t the first time we’ve changed our look and it probably won’t be the last, but we think today’s update is a great reflection of all the ways Google [fortune-stock symbol=”GOOG”] works for you across Search, Maps, Gmail, Chrome and many others. We think we’ve taken the best of Google (simple, uncluttered, colorful, friendly), and recast it not just for the Google of today, but for the Google of the future.

You’ll see the new design roll out across our products soon. Hope you enjoy it!

Earlier this year, Facebook [fortune-stock symbol=”FB”] introduced a new lightweight, mobile-optimized logo as well. German automaker BMW [fortune-stock symbol=”BMW”], restaurant chain IHOP [fortune-stock symbol=”DIN”], and Airbnb are among those who have recently done the same.

Appearances, names, looks, mediums—they come and go. That won’t stop Google from bleeding blue, red, yellow, and green.

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TIME Food & Drink

Lawsuit Against Chipotle Claims Food Chain Still Uses GMOs

Chipotle announced in April that its stores will stop serving GMO foods

In April, Chipotle announced with great fanfare that it would no longer serve food made with genetically modified ingredients. On Monday, a law firm filed a class-action lawsuit in federal court claiming that the Mexican-style, fast-casual chain’s marketing is misleading and deceptive because it still sells lots of foods made with GMOs.

According to the complaint, Chipotle’s meat, cheese, and sour cream is made from animals fed with GMO soy and corn, and the soft drinks it serves are made with corn syrup made from GMO corn. The lawsuit was filed in the Northern District of California on behalf of California consumers who have purchased food from Chipotle since April 27, the day the company announced that it was “G-M-Over it.” Kaplan, Fox, and Kilsheimer filed the lawsuit.

The law firm issued a statement attributed to attorney Laurence D. King that read in part: “Chipotle’s advertising in its stores should have accurately informed customers about the source and quality of its ingredients and should not mislead consumers that they are serving food without GMOs when in fact they are.”

When reached for comment, King wrote in an email that beyond the complaint, “we have no comment at this time; rather we will let the complaint’s allegations speak for themselves.”

Chipotle is similarly mum. Chris Arnold, the company’s communications director, said only: “Generally speaking, we do not discuss details of pending legal action, though we do plan to contest this.”

In news reports at the time of the announcement, the company made clear that some of its ingredients are still made with GMOs. And at the bottom of the company’sWeb page devoted to the topic is this disclaimer:

“The meat and dairy products we buy come from animals that are not genetically modified. But it is important to note that most animal feed in the U.S. is genetically modified, which means that the meat and dairy served at Chipotle are likely to come from animals given at least some GMO feed. We are working hard on this challenge, and have made substantial progress: for example, the 100% grass-fed beef served in many Chipotle restaurants was not fed GMO grain—or any grain, for that matter.

“Many of the beverages sold in our restaurants contain genetically modified ingredients, including those containing high fructose corn syrup, which is almost always made from GMO corn.”

The class-action complaint includes several examples of Chipotle advertisements that seem pretty explicit. “Now, all of our food is non-GMO” is the wording on one billboard, according to the suit. A photo in the complaint depicts a restaurant menu sign that reads, “Only non-GMO ingredients.” The named plaintiff in the lawsuit, Colleen Gallagher of Piedmont, Calif., could not be reached for comment.

Consumers, especially Millennial consumers, have expressed concerns about eating foods with GMO. But more than 90% of corn and soybeans grown in this country came from GMO strains in 2014, according to data from the USDA National Agricultural Statistics Service. Many scientists say the crops are safe, but critics say they could cause environmental problems and even cause harm to human health.

Chipotle has 1,831 restaurants globally. At the time of its announcement, Co-CEO and founder Steve Ells said the chain had decided to eliminate these GMO ingredients until the science is more definitive.

This article originally appeared on Fortune.com

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TIME Heart Disease

Here’s How To Find Out Your Real Heart Age

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So much for being "young at heart"

The age on your birth certificate may say one thing, but the age of your heart is likely significantly older.

A new report from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) released on Tuesday reveals that three out of four Americans have a predicted heart age that’s older than their real age, which means they are at a greater risk for heart issues like attacks and strokes.

A person’s heart age is based on risk factors like blood pressure levels, whether they smoke and how much they weigh. (Calculate your heart age here, if you’re between ages 30 and 74.) In the new study, the researchers analyzed data collected from every state and from the Framingham Heart Study and estimated that about 69 million U.S. adults had a heart age older than their actual age. For men, the average heart age was about eight years older than their chronological age; for women, their hearts were an average of five years older than their real age.

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The researchers found some notable demographic differences. Heart age was highest among black men and women: black men had hearts three to four years older than white and Hispanic men, while black women had hearts five to seven years older than white and Hispanic women. Southern adults also had notably higher heart ages overall.

In the report, the study authors argue that heart age is a simple way to convey heart disease risk to their patients—one that might motivate Americans to adopt heart-protective lifestyle changes like quitting smoking, eating better or exercising more often.

TIME Apple

Apple’s Former Supplier Cuts 40% of Its Workforce

Apple Starts iPhone 6 Sales In Germany
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Apple hired the company to produce sapphire screens for its iPhones

Apple’s former supplier GT Advanced Technologies is laying off 40% of its workforce after losing its deal with Apple and filing for bankruptcy, according to the Wall Street Journal.

In 2013, Apple hired the New Hampshire-based manufacturer, which previously manufactured industrial equipment, to produce sapphire screens for its iPhones at a Mesa, Ariz. plant. But the company struggled to produce screens that were at the quality Apple demanded, and Apple decided not to use sapphire screens at all for the iPhone 6.

The supplier filed for bankruptcy in October, less than a month after Apple revealed an iPhone version that used glass screens instead of the sapphire screens that GT Advanced Technologies attempted to produce. The supplier had spent $900 million to transform from a successful industrial equipment manufacturer to Apple’s partner—a decision that resulted in no revenues when Apple refused to buy.

GT Advanced Technologies has already laid off 700 employees. It stated that it had 1,000 when it filed for bankruptcy.

Apple plans to convert the factory, which was originally slated to produce 2,000 jobs, to a data center that employs 150 people. The failed plant was supposed to be the world’s largest artificial sapphire production facility.

TIME Tech

Watch This Farmer Catch a Fish Using a Drone

'My first drone fish!'

It’s been a big week for fishing news. First, there was the story of the Alabama fishermen who rescued a tiny pair of kittens swimming by their boat. Now, there’s a farmer who caught a fish using his drone.

This technologically skilled fisherman is Farmer Derek Klingenberg, who is very active on YouTube. (His most popular video features him serenading cattle with a trombone rendition of Lorde’s “Royals.”)

Klingenberg says this is his first attempt to fish with a drone, but of course, it’s possible he practiced before shooting the video. Either way, we’re impressed.

TIME Music

Miley Cyrus, the Weeknd, Demi Lovato are SNL’s Next Musical Guests

LOS ANGELES, CA - AUGUST 30: Host Miley Cyrus speaks onstage during the 2015 MTV Video Music Awards at Microsoft Theater on August 30, 2015 in Los Angeles, California. (Photo by Jeff Kravitz/MTV1415/FilmMagic)
Jeff Kravitz—FilmMagic/Getty Images Miley Cyrus speaks onstage during the 2015 MTV Video Music Awards at Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles on Aug. 30, 2015.

They join previously announced hosts Amy Schumer and Tracy Morgan

As Saturday Night Live readies a return from its summer hiatus, NBC has announced the first three musical guests of the show’s 41st season.

Previously announced host Miley Cyrus, who just released a psychedelic surprise album following Sunday’s MTV Video Music Awards, will also be SNL‘s musical guest when the show comes back on Oct. 3.

When Trainwreck star Amy Schumer hosts on Oct. 10, she’ll be joined by “Can’t Feel My Face” singer the Weeknd, who just released his new album Beauty Behind the Madness.

And when former SNL cast member Tracy Morgan returns to the show on Oct. 17—his first major public appearance since he was critically injured in a June 2014 car crash—”Cool for the Summer” star Demi Lovato will take the stage.

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