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  • Federal Investigation of Facebook Could Hold Mark Zuckerberg Accountable on Privacy, Sources say
  • 'This is how expensive it is to attempt suicide': Patient’s bill goes viral
  • Statisticians Want to Abandon Science's Standard Measure of `Significance'
  • Samsung Completes Development of "5nm" Node; TSMC Reveals "6nm" Node
  • Port of Super Mario Bros Released for Commodore 64
  • After Heart Attack: Late Dinner and No Breakfast a Killer Combination
  • How the Hepatitis B Virus Establishes Persistent Infection
  • Man Asks for Pixel 3 Refund, Gets 10 Pink Replacements Instead
  • How Superstitions Spread
  • A Chance to Detect Dark Matter in 2021
  • French Internet Referral Unit Falsely Identifies Internet Archive Content as "Terrorist"
  • After a $14-Billion Upgrade, New Orleans' Levees are Sinking
  • Brain Lesions Lead to Religious Fundamentalism
  • Infocom Text Game Source Code Released on GitHub (Including Zork)
  • Facebook Stored Millions of Instagram Passwords in Plain Text
  • "Sitting all day Ruined my Health; VR Saved Me"
  • T-Mobile/Sprint Merger is in Danger of Being Rejected by DOJ
  • Helium Shortages to have Limited Impact on Quantum Computer Research
  • Elusive Molecule, First in Universe, Detected in Space
  • Porn Block: UK to Require Age Checks for Adult Content as of July 15
  • Breaking News: Mueller Report Released [Updated]
  • Voyager 2 Reaches Interstellar Space
  • Intel Quits 5G Modem Business Hours after Apple Settles with Qualcomm
  • Sleep Myths 'Damaging Your Health'
  • Political Scientists who Study Disagreement, Disagree about the Need to Formalize their Studies.
  • LIF Protein Shows Promise as Target in Pancreatic Cancer
  • Amazon Closing Domestic Marketplace in China
  • Long-Underfunded Lyme Disease Research Gets an Injection of Money—and Ideas
  • HD Emulation Mod Makes “Mode 7” SNES Games Look Like New
  • First Use of CRISPR to Treat US Cancer Patients
  • Bug Allows HIPAA-Protected Malware to Hide Behind Medical Images
  • You're Folding It Wrong: Tech Reviewers Break Samsung Galaxy Fold after Just Days of Use
  • How Well Can Artificial Intelligence Help End Fake News?
  • Scientists Restore Some Functions in a Pig's Brain Hours After Death
  • Breaking Bad: Japan Prof 'Made Students Produce Ecstasy'
  • Possible Evidence of an Extrasolar Object Striking the Earth in 2014
  • Russia's Parliament Votes to Unplug Regional Network from the Internet
  • Disgruntled Security Researcher Is Dropping Zero-Day Vulnerabilities On WordPress Users
  • As Notre-Dame Burned, Alt-Right Figures Launched a Campaign on Social Media Falsely Blaming Muslims
  • Rebecca Twigg: Olympic Silver -- IT worker -- Homeless
  • Tired of those Medical Brace calls? Relief is on the way!
  • Deadly Germs, Lost Cures: A Mysterious Infection, Spanning the Globe in a Climate of Secrecy
  • Australia Passes Law Requiring Social Media to Remove Content Within one Hour
  • Sony's Next PlayStation Will Include an AMD Zen 2 CPU and Navi GPU
  • Zeroing in on how Long Neutrons Live
  • 3D-Printed Heart Made With Human Tissue
  • YouTube's AI Flags Notre-Dame Fire as 9/11 Conspiracy, Representative Says System Made ‘Wrong Call’
  • Former Nissan Chairman Carlos Ghosn's Bail Conditions Revealed
  • Employees and Customers Flee in Terror After Bedbug Sighting at Apple Store
  • U.S. Supreme Court Considers Issue of Trademark Protection for Profanity
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  • FTC May Hold Zuckerberg Personally Responsible For Facebook Privacy Failures
  • French Government Releases In-house IM App To Replace WhatsApp and Telegram Use
  • Ransomware Attack Knocks The Weather Channel Off the Air
  • Instagram Hides Like Counts In Leaked Design Prototype
  • Utah Bans Police From Searching Digital Data Without a Warrant
  • Google Will Begin To Block Sign-ins From Embedded Browser Frameworks in June
  • Notre Dame Official Says 'Computer Glitch' Could Be Fire Culprit
  • Microsoft Debuts Bosque, a New Programming Language With No Loops, Inspired by TypeScript
  • Millions of Rehab Records Exposed on Unsecured Database
  • Windows 8 Will No Longer Get App Updates After This Summer
  • HDD Shipments Fell Nearly 13% in the First Quarter of 2019, 18% Since Last Year
  • The Quest To Save the Banana From Extinction
  • After a $14-Billion Upgrade, New Orleans' Levees Are Sinking
  • Doctors Used HIV To Develop Cure For 'Bubble Boy' Disease
  • BlackBerry Messenger To Shut Down In May
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  • What Will the James Webb Space Telescope See? A Whole Bunch of Dust, That’s What
  • The First Molecule that was Possible in the Universe has been Seen in Space
  • The World’s Biggest Aircraft – the Rocket-Launching Stratolaunch – Completes its First Test Flight
  • Methane-Filled Lakes on Titan are “Surprisingly Deep”
  • TESS Just Found its First Earth-Sized World
  • Astronomers Find a Chunk of a Comet Inside a Meteorite
  • Astro-Challenge: Spotting Slender Moons
  • SpaceX’s Starlink Constellation Construction Begins. 2,200 Satellites Will go up Over the Next 5 years
  • Despite the Crash, SpaceIL is Going Back to the Moon with Beresheet 2
  • Curiosity has Finally Sampled a Clay-Rich Region on Mars
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  • Wannacry-slayer Marcus Hutchins pleads guilty to two counts of banking malware creation
  • Defense against the Darknet, or how to accessorize to defeat video surveillance
  • Not one of the 12 steps: Rehab patients' details exposed in publicly visible database
  • Double trouble for Lyft after share price drop sparks class action lawsuits claiming hype
  • UK comms watchdog mulls 5G tweaks: Operators want moooooar power
  • Aussies, Yanks may think they're big drinkers – but Brits easily booze them under the table
  • Strong-willed field support op holds it together during painful customer call
  • Hands off Brock! EFF pleads with Google not to kill its Privacy Badger with its Manifest destiny
  • Old-school cruel: Dodgy PDF email attachments enjoying a renaissance
  • We've read the Mueller report. Here's what you need to know: ██ ██ ███ ███████ █████ ███ ██ █████ ████████ █████
  • IBM Watson Health cuts back Drug Discovery 'artificial intelligence' after lackluster sales
  • We reveal what's inside Microsoft's Azure Govt Secret regions... wait, is that a black helico–
  • Google rolls out Android Easter Egg for Europe – a Microsoft antitrust-style browser, search engine choice box
  • Idiot admits destroying scores of college PCs using USB Killer gizmo, filming himself doing it
  • Who's using Mueller Report Day to bury bad news? If you guessed Facebook, you're right: Millions more passwords stored in plaintext
  • Canadian woman fined for not holding escalator handrail finally reaches the top after 10 years
  • Cloud Atlas: Huawei's homegrown AI hardware hits shelves. Oh, and it's working on DNA storage
  • BBM is dead, long live BBMe: Encrypted chat plat opened up to all as consumer version burns
  • Speak your brains on AI platforms: They have been hyped to death... but what's your practical reality?
  • DevOps grandpa Electric Cloud absorbed into youthful CloudBees
  • Facebook: Yeah, we hoovered up 1.5 million email address books without permission. But it was an accident!
  • So how'd this go again... A sea goddess told you in a dream to run for president of Taiwan? OK, Mr Foxconn boss
  • Yes, I may have advised 'some' investors to flog their Autonomy shares, analyst tells High Court
  • Server at web host 1&1 Ionos decides to take unscheduled day off, sinks a bunch of sites
  • Huawei thanks US for 'raising 5G awareness' by banning telecom kit giant's wares
  • Disco Dingo fever: Ubuntu 19.04 has an infrastructure bent, snappier GNOME and another stupid name
  • We can help you get on top of DevOps, CI/CD and containers, all in one month's time...
  • Google hits brand slam stamping AMP with more crypto glam
  • Microsoft debuts Bosque – a new programming language with no loops, inspired by TypeScript
  • Surprising absolutely no one at all, Samsung's folding-screen phones knackered within days
  • Hey criminals, need a getaway vehicle? There's an app for that... Car share tool halts ops amid crime wave, arrests
  • Cisco whispers the three little words to really get an ASR 9000 net admin's blood pumping: Remote unauthenticated access
  • Insane in the domain: Sea Turtle hackers pwn DNS orgs to dash web surfers on the rocks of phishing pages
  • China Mobile, you can kiss good Pai to America: FCC to ban 'spy risk' telco from US
  • Microsoft president: We said no to Cali cops' face-recog tech – and we won't craft killer robots
  • Selling data centre hardware? Prepare for pain as Gartner spies market spending shift
  • Enough about me, why do you hate Kaspersky so much? Revealed: Insp Clouseau-esque bid to smear critics as shills
  • Supreme Court of UK gives Morrisons the go-ahead for mega data leak liability appeal
  • Intel swallows Brit chip slinger Omnitek in bid to boost FPGA business
  • It's Big, it's Blue and it's down for 3Q: Whomp... there goes IBM's storage hardware revenue
  • UK watchdog slaps 'misleading' Voda ad: Gigafast... maybe so – but not for £23
  • Linux kernel-bypassing Quobyte plug-in goes with the TensorFlow for faster file access
  • Let 15 July forever be known as P-Day: When UK's smut fans started being asked for their age
  • Why Qualcomm won – and why Tim Cook had to eat humble Apple pie
  • Absolute mad lads are teaching physics to AI because how else will it learn to solve real-world problems (like humans)
  • Ozzy app maker cancels hump day: We've tripled profits! scream slackers
  • I've had it with these mother-fscking slaps on this mother-fscking plane: Flight fight sparks legal brouhaha over mid-air co-ords
  • Three planets and two stars adds up to one research team made very happy by Kepler's unique discovery
  • So, that's cheerio the nou to Dundee Satellite Receiving Station: Over 40 years of service axed for the sake of 338,000
  • Now, how to boost fibre throughput to a stonking 240Gbps? With frikkin' spin-lasers, of course

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  • [$] Implementing fully immutable files
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  • Ubuntu 19.04 (Disco Dingo) released
  • OpenSSH 8.0 released
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  • Stable kernel updates
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  • [$] An update on compliance for containers
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  • An eBPF overview series from Collabora
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  • FSF job opportunity: campaigns manager
  • OpenStreetMap and Deborah Nicholson win 2018 FSF Awards
  • Seven new devices from ThinkPenguin, Inc. now FSF-certified to Respect Your Freedom
  • Activists and experts gather in Cambridge for ethical tech conference to celebrate software freedom on March 23-24
  • FSF Fiscal Year 2017 Annual Report now available
  • Vikings D8 Mainboard and D8 Workstation now FSF-certified to Respect Your Freedom
  • FSF adds Hyperbola GNU/Linux-libre to list of endorsed GNU/Linux distributions
  • Free Software Foundation receives $1 million from Handshake
  • FSF job opportunity: web developer
  • Keynotes announced for LibrePlanet 2019 free software conference
  • FSF statement on Microsoft joining the Open Invention Network
  • FSF job opportunity: program manager
  • FSF takes international day of action for a Day Without DRM on September 18th
  • Eleventh annual LibrePlanet conference set for March 23-24, 2019
  • FSF job opportunity: Business operations manager
  • Deeplinks
  • Google's Sensorvault Can Tell Police Where You've Been
  • California Attorney General Must Investigate Improper Database Searches on Community Observers at Controversial Police Event
  • Californians Want and Deserve Stronger Privacy Laws
  • The Ecuadorean Authorities Have No Reason to Detain Free Software Developer Ola Bini
  • How Landmark Technology’s Terrible Patent Has Survived
  • Julian Assange's Prosecution is about Much More Than Attempting to Hack a Password
  • Media Alert: EFF Argues Against Forced Unlocking of Phone in Indiana Supreme Court
  • Victory! Fairfax, Virginia Judge Finds That Local Police Use of ALPR Violates the State’s Data Act
  • EFF’s Tweet About an Overzealous DMCA Takedown Is Now Subject to an Overzealous Takedown
  • Four Steps Facebook Should Take to Counter Police Sock Puppets
  • Don’t Force Web Platforms to Silence Innocent People
  • Join EFF and Help Guide Our International Policy Work
  • Government Fights to Trap EFF’s NSA Spying Case in a Catch-22
  • California’s Attorney General Wants to Empower People to Protect Their Privacy. Sacramento Legislators Should Listen.
  • EFF Statement on Assange Indictment and Arrest
  • Victory! The House of Representatives Passes Net Neutrality Protections
  • The Los Angeles Department of Transportation’s Ride Tracking Pilot is Out of Control
  • Platform Liability Doesn’t – And Shouldn’t - Depend on Content Moderation Practices
  • Victory! Second Circuit Affirms Dismissal of Latest Threat to Section 230
  • Five Civil Society Organizations Remind Congress: Look to the Supreme Court, Not Silicon Valley CEOs, For Guidance Before Regulating Online Speech
  • Facebook Got Caught Phishing For Friends
  • EFF’s New ‘Threat Lab’ Dives Deep into Surveillance Technologies—And Their Use and Abuse
  • Net Neutrality Bill Passes Crucial Committee Vote
  • Victory for Users: WhatsApp Fixes Privacy Problem in Group Messaging
  • FIXED: WhatsApp Rolls Out Group Privacy Settings
  • Your Fourth Amendment Rights Should Not be Limited by Terms of Service
  • Mark Zuckerberg Does Not Speak for the Internet
  • Faulty Court Ruling That Threatens to Gut Groundbreaking Privacy Statute CalECPA Must Be Reversed
  • Don’t Buy California’s Callous Attempt to Ignore People’s DNA Privacy Rights, EFF Tells Court
  • California’s Legislature Is Contemplating Abandoning Oversight Over Broadband Monopolies Just Like the FCC
  • Don't Repeat FOSTA's Mistakes
  • Court Denies EFF Effort to Obtain Classified Significant Surveillance Court Opinions
  • Hearing Friday in Jewel NSA Spying Lawsuit: EFF Asks Court to Let Case Proceed to Determine Constitutionality of Mass Surveillance
  • Texas: Don’t Let the Legislature Gut Your State’s Free Speech Laws
  • EFF Backs Redditor in Fight to Stay Anonymous
  • Real Net Neutrality Protections Passed Their First Vote
  • EU’s Parliament Signs Off on Disastrous Internet Law: What Happens Next?
  • EFF, Coalition Urge Supreme Court to Maintain Public Access to Government’s Use of Privately Developed Technology
  • Why Are Creators Paying for TikTok’s Mistake?
  • To Search Through Millions of License Plates, Police Should Get a Warrant
  • The U.S. Desperately Needs a “Fiber for All” Plan
  • This Could Be It: Key Polish Political Party Comes Out Against Article 13
  • Congress Has a Chance to Finally End the NSA’s Mass Telephone Records Program
  • Who Defends Your Data? Report Reveals Peruvian ISPs Progress on User Privacy, Still Room for Improvement
  • The Best of Europe’s Web Went Dark Today. We Can’t Let That Be Our Future.
  • More Than 130 European Businesses Tell the European Parliament: Reject the #CopyrightDirective
  • EFF Submits Consumer Data Privacy Comment to the California Attorney General
  • The European Copyright Directive: What Is It, and Why Has It Drawn More Controversy Than Any Other Directive In EU History?
  • Here’s Why You Can’t Trust What Cops and Companies Claim About Automated License Plate Readers
  • Why the Debate Over Privacy Can't Rely on Tech Giants
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  • Charlize Theron’s child chose to be a girl at 3yo; support came but not enough from media, some say
  • Reportage or ‘sabotage’? Rosneft wants Reuters BANNED in Russia after story on Venezuela oil deal
  • ‘It was collusion, buy my book’: #Resistance journalist has 453-tweet meltdown over Mueller report
  • Did a COMPUTER GLITCH devastate Notre Dame? French cathedral’s rector says maybe
  • ‘God Bless America’ singer banned over ‘racist’ 1930s songs
  • MSM defends ‘extremely accurate’ Russiagate coverage despite Mueller report
  • UFC St. Petersburg: 5 fights to focus on as the octagon returns to Russia
  • Boxer Amir Khan open to 'massive fight' with UFC star Conor McGregor
  • N. Macedonia holds presidential election, 1st vote under new name
  • Jose Mourinho reveals player who had teammates in hysterics with BRILLIANT impressions of him
  • Pretty in pink: Russian figure skating star Medvedeva wows fans with latest outfit
  • US to take tough action on ‘Russian meddling’ – Pompeo
  • Trump spoke to Libyan commander Haftar on Monday, White House says
  • Owners cry with happiness after dog they presumed dead returns FROM THE GRAVE
  • ICYMI: Julian Assange doesn’t need to be a great guy to be a free speech champion
  • High roller: Rising Russian star Medvedev stuns Djokovic in Monte Carlo
  • Indian man 'chops off finger' after voting for wrong party by mistake
  • Pompeo ‘still in charge’ of N. Korea negotiations
  • ‘Stupid Brexit’ should hit UK fast & hard if Assange is handed over to US – German MEP
  • France’s Total to invest in Russian LNG terminals in Arctic & Far East
  • #Enough: Football stars announce 24-hour social media boycott in protest at online racial abuse
  • Fearsome ‘warg-like' ancient predator was bigger than a polar bear (PHOTOS)
  • ‘For Messi, you need to create a cage’ – Jose Mourinho on controlling Barcelona ace (VIDEO)
  • Iraq parliament to assemble regional rivals in Baghdad
  • ‘Total bulls**t’: Trump blasts ‘fabricated’ statements in Mueller report
  • Macron meets Syrian Kurds, vows France’s support in fight against extremists in Syria
  • US House Judiciary Chair subpoenas attorney general for unredacted Mueller report
  • Mueller report ‘poor quality’ & ‘not worth taxpayers’ money’ – Kremlin
  • 'I don't want to get cloned': Bizarre case as UFC fighter has blood taken, but doesn't know by whom
  • ‘Don’t touch Notre Dame’: Fury at suggestion of reimagining cathedral with modern twist
  • BuzzFeed looks for Mueller report ‘hoaxes & spin,’ gets served with its own conspiracy theories
  • Former Afghan president urges US to ‘put force’ into making Taliban talks happen
  • ‘You had one job’: Labour Party derided over Passover tweet fail
  • Billboards in the sky, is it real? Space ads will be ‘so popular people would hate them’
  • #Romanovs100 wins Best Images at 2019 Shortys – social media’s top award
  • Rear naked choke? MMA fighter fends off 'masturbating fan' during steamy photoshoot
  • Taylor Swift’s Israeli mega-fan turns to Twitter to shed light on Israeli-Palestinian conflict
  • Ukraine election reality TV: Puppets and chopped-off hands in final debate warm-up
  • UN evacuates 163 refugees from Libya to Niger
  • China’s newest oil hotspot is in America’s backyard
  • With all due respect: Stalin-approving Russians don’t want to live in his time – poll
  • Trump’s whistleblower protection agency under investigation for attacking...WHISTLEBLOWERS
  • Turkish FM says Russian S-400s no threat to F-35s, seeks panel with US
  • Russian fuel embargo could lead to collapse of Ukraine’s economy, oil major warns
  • Thousands become millions: Facebook uses Mueller report as smokescreen for Instagram scandal
  • New York calls for Monsanto’s 'toxic' pesticides to be banned from city parks
  • China downplays political impact of global Belt and Road initiative
  • Woman shot dead in Northern Ireland was journalist who covered violence there for years
  • Turkey embraces Russia’s national payment system credit card Mir
  • US envoy ‘disappointed’ by collapse of peace talks between Taliban, Afghan team
  • Indian forces seize weapons cache full of Chinese ammo in Kashmir – report
  • Japan to cooperate with Russia on N. Korea – ambassador
  • Contact Group fails to reach agreement on Donbass ceasefire – Russia’s envoy
  • Martin Jones makes monster save to secure win for San Jose Sharks (VIDEO)
  • ‘Meet Hamilton the pig’: Carolina Hurricanes fans reveal team’s good luck charm (VIDEO)
  • Ecuador turns to Interpol to arrest former foreign minister & Assange supporter Patino
  • Trump to visit Japan for trade & North Korea denuclearization talks next month
  • US intelligence agencies show ‘unprecedented’ leftward slant & anti-Trump bias – former CIA analyst
  • ‘He said yes!’ Gritty the Flayers’ mascot ‘proposes’ to newly-appointed coach with whistle
  • ‘Terrorist incident’: Journalist gunned down during riot in Derry, Northern Ireland (VIDEOS)
  • No time wasted: Hurricanes’ Warren Foegele scores 17 seconds into Game 4 against Caps
  • Facebook draws liberal ire for hiring conservative ‘fact-checkers’ for once
  • Let’s hear out Assange? US intelligence veterans say Mueller failed to prove ‘Russian hacking’
  • ‘I could’ve fired EVERYONE, including Mueller!’ Trump explains what real obstruction would look like
  • US judge rejects parents’ challenge to NYC mandatory measles vaccine order
  • Mueller report takes ‘Russian meddling’ for granted, offers no actual evidence
  • ‘A hoax and a farce’ or ‘what America needs’? RT panel debates Mueller report
  • ‘No collusion, no obstruction’: Trump boasts as Mueller bickering continues
  • WikiLeaks calls for unredacted Mueller report
  • WATCH: Jose Mourinho on how to stop Champions League sensations Ajax
  • UN-backed Libya govt issue warrant for arrest of general Haftar
  • Mueller report kills Russiagate, media goes into target-seeking overdrive
  • 'We are f****d!' Benfica fan travels to WRONG Frankfurt for Europa League tie
  • The next Messi? Barcelona youngster scores EXACT SAME wonder goal twice in 2 minutes (VIDEO)
  • Czech fury as EU fails to ban ‘dual quality’ products across Europe
  • 'The greatest comeback I've ever seen': Michael Jordan hails Tiger Woods' dramatic Masters triumph
  • Laura Ingraham trashes media after Mueller report: ‘What the HELL do we do now?’
  • Skeleton of Russian Houdini-wannabe discovered 2 years after disappearance
  • One last hit from the collusion crack pipe? Journalists turn on AG Barr without evidence
  • Investigators think electrical short-circuit most likely caused Notre Dame fire – French official
  • Universe’s first ever molecule discovered in dying star
  • Saudi Arabia, UAE send 95 tons of humanitarian aid to rival Iran after floods
  • ‘Blink twice if you’re ok!’ Twitter watches Rod Rosenstein’s eyes for proof of collusion
  • Russia registers its first domestically-produced 5-in-1 vaccine
  • Egypt opposition calls on voters to reject amendments extending president’s term
  • NXIVM sex cult’s alleged illegal political contributions reportedly went to Hillary Clinton
  • ‘They got it right’: Mourinho on vital VAR moments in Man City-Spurs Champions League thriller
  • ‘We all watched with tears in our eyes’ as Notre Dame burnt – Putin
  • RUPTLY YELLOW VEST COVERAGE WINS GOLD AT THE SHORTY AWARDS
  • 'It's almost a done deal': Islam Makhachev says Abu Dhabi UFC show is close to being announced
  • READ: US Justice Department releases Mueller report on Trump-Russia 'collusion' investigation
  • Progressive Saudi Arabia… vision or mirage? RT’s Boom Bust will tell you more
  • Russia strikes back at Ukrainian sanctions with export ban on oil & petroleum products
  • ‘Military deadlock’: UN envoy warns of ‘widening conflagration’ in Libya
  • India halts Pakistani cross-border trade in Jammu and Kashmir as conflict escalates
  • ‘Don’t think about suicide’: Indian FM Swaraj tweets to man trapped in Saudi Arabia
  • ‘I’d give GGG a run for his money’: Undisputed women’s middleweight champ Claressa Shields
  • AG Barr has 'no objection' to Mueller testifying as Democrats say he 'spun' report in Trump's favor
  • Game Over: Trump tweets after attorney general says Mueller report found ‘no collusion’ with Russia
  • Bee sexual: Pornhub launches special channel to save the bees

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  • Emma Thompson, teenagers join climate protest
  • Emma Thompson, teenagers join climate protest
  • Climate protesters are once again trying to shut down parts of London to urge residents to do more to protect the Earth from rising temperatures.
  • Social media boycott as footballers in England say "enough" over racism
  • Social media boycott as footballers in England say 'enough' over racism
  • Premier League stars led footballers in England and Wales in a 24-hour social media boycott on Friday in a bid to combat racist abuse online.
  • Yemen risks "massive resurgence" of cholera: Oxfam
  • Yemen risks 'massive resurgence' of cholera: Oxfam
  • Oxfam warned Thursday that war-torn Yemen risks a "massive resurgence" of cholera, with around 195,000 suspected cases of the disease recorded so far this year.
  • White House says Trump spoke to Libyan commander Haftar on Monday
  • White House says Trump spoke to Libyan commander Haftar on Monday
  • The White House said Friday that President Donald Trump spoke by phone to Libyan commander Khalifa Haftar and discussed "ongoing counterterrorism efforts" by the leader of a military assault on the capital of Libya in opposition to the country's internationally recognized government.
  • Christians in Lebanon celebrate Good Friday
  • Christians in Lebanon celebrate Good Friday
  • Christians across Lebanon celebrated Good Friday, the day on which the crucifixion of Jesus Christ is commemorated, with masses, prayer services and reenactments.
  • House subpoena for Mueller report escalates investigation
  • House subpoena for Mueller report escalates investigation
  • The chairman of the U.S. House Judiciary Committee issued a subpoena Friday for special counsel's Robert Mueller's report as Congress escalates its investigation of President Donald Trump.
  • Israeli tank, aircraft hit Gaza after cross-border shots: army
  • Israeli tank, aircraft hit Gaza after cross-border shots: army
  • The Intercept
  • William Barr Misled Everyone About the Mueller Report. Now Democrats Are Calling for His Resignation.
  • Northern Ireland Mourns Lyra McKee, Journalist and LGBT Activist Shot at Nationalist Riot
  • What the Mueller Report Didn’t Say About Felix Sater and the Trump Tower in Moscow
  • House Majority Leader Steny Hoyer Is Facing a Primary Challenge
  • Starbucks Promised a Recyclable Drink Lid. Don’t Believe the Hype.
  • Setecentos dias na masmorra: o que aprendi trabalhando no sistema prisional do Rio de Janeiro
  • Robert Mueller Did Not Merely Reject the Trump-Russia Conspiracy Theories. He Obliterated Them.
  • Dear Democrats: Mueller Just Handed You a Road Map for Impeachment. Follow It.
  • Annotating Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s Redacted Report
  • Trump’s Veto on Yemen War Is a Sign That the Strongmen in the U.S. and Saudi Arabia Are Winning
  • Quilombolas so condenados a pagar R$ 6 milhes por incndio que destruiu as suas casas
  • Secret IDB Proposal Would Give $48 Billion Infusion to Boost Venezuela’s Economy — but Only After Regime Change
  • O plano bilionrio secreto estimulado pela Casa Branca para reprivatizar a Venezuela ps-Maduro
  • Democratic 2020 Candidates Promised to Reject Lobbyist Donations, but Many Accepted the Cash Anyway
  • Nancy Pelosi Takes Control of U.S. Foreign Policy on Brexit With Stark Warning to U.K.
  • National Republicans Bankrolled Lawyer for GOP Congressional Candidate Accused of Election Fraud
  • A Message From the Future With Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez
  • Silicon Valley-Funded Privacy Think Tanks Fight in D.C. to Unravel State-Level Consumer Privacy Protections
  • O bolsonarismo arrependido j comeou nas classes populares
  • ‘O amigo do amigo de meu pai': publicamos a reportagem da Crusoé que o STF censurou
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  • Were Razor Blades Found in Gas-Pump Handles in Michigan?
  • Sanders Goes on Offensive Defending Credibility After Report
  • Polanski Asks Court to Restore His Film Academy Membership
  • Family Detention Space Goes Unused as Trump Warns of Crisis
  • Paranormal Investigator Lorraine Warren Dies at 92
  • Did Actor Keanu Reeves Save Dozens of Cats from Euthanasia?
  • Did President Trump Say ‘This is the End of My Presidency. I’m F*cked’ After Mueller’s Appointment?
  • Is the Trump Administration Seeking to Monitor Social Media Accounts of Disability Recipients?
  • Easter Feast Arrives at the Space Station
  • Trump Says Statements in Mueller Report ‘Untrue’
  • The New Yorker April 22, 2019 Issue
  • Guantánamo’s Darkest Secret
  • Lucas Hnath Lets Actors Fight It Out Onstage
  • What’s New About Conspiracy Theories? 
  • The Shape-Shifting Music of Tyshawn Sorey
  • Akram Khan Remakes “Giselle”
  • The Story of a Queer European Refugee Who Insists on Self-Invention
  • Man, Woman, and Robot in Ian McEwan’s New Novel 
  • Briefly Noted Book Reviews
  • “Stockholm” and “Dogman,” Reviewed
  • Roller-Skating for Reproductive Rights
  • The Playboy Bunny, Empowered?
  • Does That Bible Come in Rose Gold?
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