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  • Comcast Does So Much Lobbying That It Says Disclosing It All is Too Hard
  • America Is Turning Against Facial-Recognition Software
  • Fake Cryptocurrency Apps on Google Play Try to Profit on Bitcoin Price Surge
  • Israeli Firm NSO Linked to WhatsApp Hack, Faces Lawsuit Backed by Amnesty International
  • Facebook is Researching Robotics
  • State of Washington Legalizes Human Composting
  • UK Prime Minister Theresa May Will Resign, Pass the Brexit
  • Motor Vehicles Collect a Lot of Unusual Data, But Who Owns That Data?
  • Julian Assange Charged with U.S. Espionage Act Violations
  • Passion Trumps Love for Sex in Relationships
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  • 'Smart' Insulin Could Prevent Hypoglycemia During Diabetes Treatment
  • Researchers Develop Viable, Environmentally-Friendly Alternative to Styrofoam
  • Biohacker Josiah Zayner Accused of Being an Unlicensed Practitioner
  • Third Time's the Charm! SpaceX Launch Good; Starlink Satellite Deployment Coming Up [Updated]
  • Anti-Robocall Bill Passes Senate
  • Amazon Created Video Games to Help Reduce Tedium in Their Warehouses
  • SandboxEscaper Drops Three More Windows Exploits plus an IE Zero-Day
  • Uber Drivers Coordinate App Usage to Raise Fares
  • Inevitable Disclosure Injunctions Under the Defend Trade Secrets Act (DTSA)
  • Geometry of an Electron Determined for the First Time
  • 90% of Contract Payment Withheld from Telstra due to Nondelivery of Privatised Cancer Register
  • Tighter Gun Laws Approved by Swiss Voters Despite Opposition
  • Driverless Car Fleet Can Reduce Traffic by at Least 35 Percent, Research Suggests
  • Credit Union Sues Fintech Giant Fiserv Over Security Claims
  • Scientists Create a Four-Winged Robot Insect That Flies With Grace
  • Instagram Website Leaked Phone Numbers and Emails for Months, Researcher Says
  • Netflix has 175 Days Left to Pull Off a Miracle... Or It's All Over
  • Send Your Name to Mars on the Mars 2020 Rover
  • SpaceX Sues the U.S. Air Force, Again
  • Site Was Wonky; Seems Okay Now
  • Fears Rise China Could Weaponise Rare Earths In US Tech War
  • Bamboo Blossoms Reported in Japan
  • India Hospital World's Cheapest - Cancer Surgery for $700, Endoscopy for $14, and it Still Profits.
  • Too Many or Too Few Koalas?
  • 19% of the Most Popular Docker Containers Have No Root Password
  • Future Stellar Flybys of the Voyager and Pioneer Spacecraft
  • New Research Explains How Earth Got its Water
  • Possibilities of an AI Having Feelings, Mental Illness, and Psychosis? What Can We Do About It?
  • Lack of Secure Coding Called a National Security Threat
  • Arduino's New Nano Board Family is More Powerful and Affordable
  • Deep Packet Inspection a Threat to Net Neutrality, Say Campaigners
  • Uber’s Founders Have Cashed In. How About the Drivers?
  • Study Finds That Cannabidiol (CBD) Can be an Effective Treatment for Heroin Addiction
  • Microsoft's New Xbox Moderation Tools Seek to Create 'Safe Spaces' to Play
  • Farmers Have Less Leisure Time than Hunter-Gatherers, Study Suggests
  • Researchers Suggest Converting Methane Into Carbon Dioxide to Fight Global Warming
  • These Tiny Microbes Are Munching Away at Plastic Waste in the Ocean
  • Giga-Hurts Radio: Terrorists Build Wi-Fi Bombs to Dodge Cops' Cellphone Jammers
  • New York Might Fine You for Texting While Crossing the Street
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  • Google Shut Out Baltimore Officials Using Gmail After Ransomware Attack
  • 47 Democrats Cave On Net Neutrality After GOP Calls Bill 'Dead On Arrival'
  • Microsoft Is Putting the Sexy Into Unsexy Software
  • Zuckerberg Met With Winklevoss Twins About Facebook Developing Cryptocurrency, Report Says
  • First American Financial Corp. Leaked 885 Million Sensitive Title Insurance Records
  • Hackers Breach Company That Makes License Plate Readers for US Government
  • An Algorithm May Decide Who Gets Suicide Prevention
  • Microsoft's Game Streaming Service Project xCloud Technically Supports 3,500 Games
  • 'Sonic the Hedgehog' Movie is Getting Delayed To Redesign the Title Character
  • Uber and Lyft's Rise Tanked Wheelchair Access To Taxis
  • NASA Executive Quits Weeks After Appointment To Lead 2024 Moon Landing Plan
  • Delivery App Orders Restaurants To Cook Almost Whatever You Want
  • Mobile Chrome, Safari and Firefox Failed To Show Phishing Warnings For More Than a Year
  • A Group of Independent Linux App Developers Has Asked Wider GNOME Community To 'Stop Theming' Its Apps
  • Anti-Loot Box Bill Could Radically Change How Video Games Are Sold
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    Universe Today

  • Sen has Launched a 4K Video Stream to Space
  • SpaceX just launched 60 satellites for its Starlink Constellation. Internet service providers should be very worried.
  • An Insulating Layer of Gas Could Keep a Liquid Ocean Inside Pluto
  • The Collision that Created the Moon Might Have Also Brought Water to the Early Earth
  • Bizarre Star Could be the Result of Two White Dwarfs Merging Together
  • Weekly Space Hangout: May 22, 2019 – Dr. Susan Bailey of the NASA TWINS Study
  • NASA has Picked the Companies That’ll Help Build its Lunar Landers
  • Don’t Forget, Curiosity’s Sister Rover is Flying to Mars in 2020
  • Planetary Society’s Light Sail 2 is Set to Launch on a Falcon Heavy Rocket Next Month
  • Interview with Dennis E. Taylor, Author of the Bobiverse Trilogy
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  • How to Install ArangoDB NoSQL Database on Ubuntu 18.04 LTS
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  • Olivia: Cloud-Based Music Player With YouTube Support And Over 25,000 Online Radio Stations
  • The Register

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  • That magical super material Apple hopes will hit backspace on its keyboard woes? Nylon
  • Activist shareholders to target Zuck with giant angry emoji inflatable at Facebook AGM
  • DXC: We axed 10k staff, shut nine data centres, closed 4.6m sq ft of office space... and sales tumbled, funnily enough
  • That's just Huawei it goes, shrugs founder as analysts forecast sales slump for embattled biz
  • HP's delayed Reverb: Jesus-headset dribbles out of the echo chamber and into the channel
  • Rough quarter? Just blame falling sales on China and US trade tensions – right, HPE?
  • What do our IT pro readers make of virtualization in 2019? Here are the poll results, plus our insight and tips
  • Uber JUMPs at chance to dump load of electric bikes across Islington
  • Murdoch-backed adtech startup Unlockd ditches Google lawsuit: That'll be 200k, ta very much
  • Coverage concerns dog UK Emergency Services Network as boss admits scheme too ambitious
  • Headsup for those managing Windows 10 boxen: Microsoft has tweaked patching rules
  • Ofcom to Openreach: Thou shalt prise open thy network for firms targeting biz customers
  • Gee, SEC, how did that get out?! 'Leaked' Tesla email claims big boost in Model 3 production
  • HP: Based on our Intel, don't hold your breath waiting for Chipzilla's CPU shortage to end
  • Let's make laptops from radium. How's that for planned obsolescence?
  • Want to train a dragon? You'll need 500 million files, 730TB of data, 54,000 CPU cores...
  • Microsoft? Oh it's just another partnership, insists GitHub CEO
  • Gain clear visibility into your network with app intelligence from Gigamon: We chat to the biz about its tech
  • Never let something so flimsy as a locked door to the computer room stand in the way of an auditor on the warpath
  • Third time's a charm? SpaceX hopes to launch 60 Starlink broadband sats into orbit tonight
  • Maker of US border's license-plate scanning tech ransacked by hacker, blueprints and files dumped online
  • AI can now animate the Mona Lisa's face or any other portrait you give it. We're not sure we're happy with this reality
  • Facebook removes about as many fake accounts as it has actual monthly users (yes, billions) in effort to clean up online
  • WikiLeaks boss Assange acted as a foreign spy, Uncle Sam exclaims in fresh rap sheet
  • Why telcos 'handed over' people's GPS coords to a bounty hunter: He just had to ask nicely
  • British Army cyber 'n' psyops unit 77 Brigade can't even brainwash civvies into helping it meet recruitment targets
  • Weak AF array sales at NetApp leave analysts feeling cold
  • While big orange spectre haunts certain Chinese firms, fiscal '19 treated Lenovo rather well
  • We'll hack back at Russians, declare UK ministers in cyber-Blitz blitz
  • GitLab looks for users to CI to eye: Come join us on the happy path
  • Phisher folk reel in Computacenter security vetting mailbox packed with sensitive staff data
  • Programmers' Question Time: Tiptoe through the tuples
  • GitHub slurps open-source bug zapping automator Dependabot, chucks cash at devs
  • Minecraft's my Nirvana. I found it hard, it's hard to find. Oh well, whatever... Never Mined
  • DataStax has stars in its eyes over Constellation, its latest tweak on Apache Cassandra
  • NASA boffins may just carve your name on a chip and send it to Mars if you ask nicely
  • Serverless Computing London: Agenda on its way, blind birds heading off
  • Tim Peake's Soyuz lands in London after jaunt around the UK
  • No Huawei out: Prez Trump's game of chicken with China has serious consequences
  • We listened to more than 3 hours of US Congress testimony on facial recognition so you didn't have to go through it
  • Comcast – the cable giant America loves and trusts – confirms in-home health device to keep tabs on subscribers
  • Apple arms web browser privacy torpedo, points it directly at Google's advertising model
  • Koh-MG: Qualcomm guilty of abusing chip patent monopoly, biz promises to appeal
  • Kelway founder slurps Brit public sector supplier SBL, financials undisclosed
  • Apple reckons mystery new material will debug butterfly keyboard woes in latest MacBook Pros
  • Irish data cops are shoving a probe right into Google's ads
  • Microsoft gently leads workhorse Windows Server 1903 for a pad around the paddock
  • US Air Force probes targeted malware attack, blames... er, the US Navy? What?
  • EE's 5G rollout: Oi, where are your Mates? Yes, we mean the Huawei phones
  • Twist my Arm why don't you: Brit CPU behemoth latest biz to cease work with Huawei – report

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  • [$] New system calls for memory management
  • Security updates for Friday
  • [$] New system calls: pidfd_open() and close_range()
  • Security updates for Thursday
  • [$] LWN.net Weekly Edition for May 23, 2019
  • [$] Transparent huge pages for filesystems
  • [$] Lazy file reflink
  • openSUSE Leap 15.1 released
  • Stable kernel updates
  • Security updates for Wednesday
  • Tor Browser 8.5 released
  • [$] Asynchronous fsync()
  • Firefox 67 released
  • [$] Filesystems and crash resistance
  • Mourning Martin Schwidefsky
  • FSF News
  • Six more devices from ThinkPenguin, Inc. now FSF-certified to Respect Your Freedom
  • 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
  • Deeplinks
  • The Government’s Indictment of Julian Assange Poses a Clear and Present Danger to Journalism, the Freedom of the Press, and Freedom of Speech
  • Rep. Thompson Works to Secure Our Elections
  • Digital Advertising, Consumer Privacy and More
  • Congress Can End the Digital Divide or Replace It with a Speed Chasm with Its Broadband Infrastructure Bill
  • Nominations Open for 2019 Barlows!
  • Broadband Monopolies Are Acting Like Old Phone Monopolies. Good Thing Solutions to That Problem Already Exist
  • Why We Can’t Support Modifications to Texas’ Anti-SLAPP Law
  • Reddit Commenter's Fight for Anonynmity Is a Win for Free Speech and Fair Use
  • Hearing Wednesday: Can Criminal Defendants Review DNA Analysis Software Used to Prosecute Them?
  • TOSsed Out: Highlighting the Effects of Content Rules Online
  • EFF Project Shows How People Are Unfairly “TOSsed Out” By Platforms’ Absurd Enforcement of Content Rules
  • Senator Wyden Leads on Securing Elections Before 2020
  • EFF Files Freedom of Information (FOIA) Request for Submissions to the White House’s Platform Moderation Tool
  • California Now Classifies Immigration Enforcement as “Misuse” of Statewide Law Enforcement Network
  • Supreme Court Extends Antitrust Protections to App Store Customers
  • What You Need to Know About the Latest WhatsApp Vulnerability
  • California: Speak Out for the Right to Take Companies That Violate Your Privacy to Court
  • The Christchurch Call: The Good, the Not-So-Good, and the Ugly
  • Send a Message to Congress: The Last Thing We Need is More Bad Patents
  • Why Has San Francisco Allowed Comcast and AT&T to Dictate Its Broadband Future (Or Lack Thereof)?
  • San Francisco Takes a Historic Step Forward in the Fight for Privacy
  • Victory! EFF Wins National Security Letter Transparency Lawsuit
  • YouTube User Fights Unfair Takedown Campaign from UFC
  • Courts to Government Officials: Stop Censoring on Social Media.
  • Don’t Let California’s Legislature Extend Broadband Monopolies for Comcast and AT&T
  • Why Outlawing Cryptocurrency Purchases is a Terrible Idea
  • Social Media Councils: A Better Way Forward, Window Dressing, or Global Speech Police?
  • EFF Supports Unnamed Company in Bringing an End to Endless NSL Gag Orders
  • Consumer Data Privacy Advocates to Senate Committee: Here's How to Protect Consumers
  • Court Refuses to Keep Patent Licensor's Secrets
  • Coin Center’s Report Explores Privacy Coins, Decentralized Exchanges, and the First Amendment
  • Shareholders Demand To Know How Northrop Grumman Will Protect Human Rights While Building Massive DHS Database
  • Human Rights Watch Reverse-Engineers Mass Surveillance App Used by Police in Xinjiang
  • San Francisco: Stop Secret Spy Tech and Face Surveillance
  • EFF to Tenth Circuit: First Amendment Protects Right to Record Police
  • California: Tell the Senate To Empower You To Protect Your Own Privacy
  • Media Alert: Court Hearing Monday for Redditor Fighting to Stay Anonymous
  • Censorship Can't Be The Only Answer to Disinformation Online
  • Section 230 Is Not A Special “Tech Company” Immunity
  • We Got U.S. Border Officials to Testify Under Oath. Here’s What We Found Out
  • New Documents Reveal DHS Asserting Broad, Unconstitutional Authority to Search Travelers’ Phones and Laptops
  • Media Alert: Court Hearing Wednesday on Law Enforcement Retention of DNA Profiles from Innocent Californians
  • Content Moderation is Broken. Let Us Count the Ways.
  • Judge Dodges Legality of NSA Mass Spying, Citing Secrecy Claims
  • Alvaro Bedoya Highlights the Critical Connection between Civil Liberties and Civil Rights
  • It’s Now Even Easier To Spot the Surveillance With Updates to EFF’s VR App
  • Skip the Surveillance By Opting Out of Face Recognition At Airports
  • The Tillis-Coons patent bill will be a disaster for innovation
  • Massachusetts Court Blocks Warrantless Access to Real-Time Cell Phone Location Data
  • End the NSA's Invasive Call Detail Records Program Once and for All
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  • 'Ratf***er and spy': British academic sues FBI spy & MSM for calling her Russian 'honeypot'
  • 'Huge threat to First Amendment': US seeks to intimidate reporters by indicting Assange – journalist
  • India explodes 500-kg bomb as tit-for-tat tests raise tensions with Pakistan
  • Missouri bans abortions after 8 weeks
  • Pompeo confirms $8.1bn arms sales to Arab nations without Congress approval to 'deter Iran'
  • ‘Everyone else must take my place’: Assange in letter from British prison
  • WATCH French police swarm streets after bomb filled with bolts goes off in Lyon
  • You REALLY want to know? US Army asks members how serving ‘impacted’ them, gets schooled in replies
  • West-backed think tanks threaten new Ukrainian president with disturbing list of ‘RED LINES’
  • ‘Toyota Cow-rolla’: Indian woman plasters her car with bovine DUNG to cool it down (PHOTOS)
  • ‘Not even White Helmets confirm it’: Russian MoD rubbishes Washington’s Syria chemical attack claims
  • ‘Patriots,’ fighter jets, spies & engineers: What US is sending to Mid East after hyping Iran threat
  • Pedal pain: Cyclist displays shocking effects on legs during grueling Giro d’Italia (PHOTOS)
  • New face of Brexit: Who are the frontrunners to succeed Theresa May?
  • Final results: Modi’s party wins overwhelming majority in Indian parliament
  • ‘Liverpool is in my head’: Lionel Messi still tormented by Champions League heartbreak
  • Thousands of protesters demand reforms in Algeria, presidential election delay
  • Guardiola to Juventus: It makes zero sense, but managerial madness is entering new territory
  • Explosion in French city of Lyon, at least 8 injured
  • Trump says 1500 US troops deploying to Middle East for ‘mostly protective’ purposes
  • Macron demands ‘rapid clarification’ on Brexit as May’s resignation prompts EU anxiety
  • Thailand’s king opens 1st parliament since 2014 coup
  • NFL superstar Aaron Rodgers loses out in beer-drinking competition during NBA playoffs (VIDEO)
  • Students jump off roof in horrific India center fire, at least 19 confirmed dead (VIDEOS)
  • Patriot games: Chinese dump iPhones & switch to domestic Huawei devices amid US crackdown
  • ICYMI: Go Huawei: US is scared of China’s strength, not its online spooks
  • Tennis bad boy Nick Kyrgios pulls out of French Open after saying tournament ‘sucks’
  • ‘Deal or no deal’: Boris Johnson says UK must be prepared to quit EU with failed talks
  • Libyan Navy rescues almost 300 migrants off Tripoli coast
  • No one will cry over May’s resignation – Russian senator
  • North Korea warns no more talks until US backs off ‘impossible demands’
  • 'F*cking beautiful!' Flying knee KO by Russian fighter sets PFL record for fastest finish (VIDEO)
  • Iraq’s top diplomat urges Iran to respect nuclear deal
  • US proposes penalties on countries it accuses of manipulating currencies
  • Cop uniforms and nipple tape: BDSM-themed high school graduation stunt shocks Russian city
  • 'All's fair in war and war': Drake trolls Bucks owner's daughter in savage Instagram post
  • World Bank ranks Ukraine as one of the poorest nations in Europe & beyond
  • Japan’s PM Abe mulling visit to Iran – report
  • WATCH small doglike Italian robot tow 3-ton aircraft across airfield
  • RT & WWF RUSSIA LAUNCH JOINT SPECIAL PROJECT TO MARK FUND’S 25TH ANNIVERSARY
  • 'Ugly side to beautiful game': Mkhitaryan Europa League case slammed in UK Parliament
  • ‘Misjudged mood of country’: Farage slams May’s ‘pro-EU instincts’ after resignation announcement
  • New British PM to be selected by mid-July – Conservative Party chairman
  • Cristiano Ronaldo ‘to be served summons’ over rape claims as Italy address found
  • WATCH: Huge Ovechkin body check sends US rival sprawling into Russian team bench
  • ‘Time to deliver Brexit together’: Boris Johnson urges unity after May’s resignation announcement
  • Pompeo, Merkel to meet in Berlin on May 31 – spokeswoman
  • Labour leader Corbyn calls for immediate general election as UK PM Theresa May resigns
  • India stops purchases of Iranian oil as US waivers expire - envoy
  • Venezuela plans to develop 4G network with help from Russia & China
  • ‘No ill will but enormous and enduring gratitude’: May breaks down after resignation address (VIDEO)
  • US official says Pacific Island nations should maintain ties with Taiwan
  • 3 killed, 30+ injured after blast rocked mosque full of Friday worshippers in Afghan capital
  • 2 killed, 15 injured after blast inside mosque in Pakistan (VIDEO, PHOTO)
  • UK PM Theresa May announces resignation, will quit on June 7
  • Assange may spend the rest of his life in jail, he's got a 'HANGING judge' – CIA whistleblower
  • Poland’s PiS party ‘ready to talk’ with Italy’s League, Spain’s Vox on EU parliamentary alliance
  • ‘My daughter could die’: US sanctions hit Venezuelan girl’s medical treatment
  • Pakistan offers to be mediator between US and Iran as threat of large-scale conflict flares up
  • Beijing denounces US ‘rumors’ about Huawei ties to China’s govt
  • Indonesian opposition to challenge presidential election result in court
  • NASA exec in charge of Artemis moon mission quits after just 6 weeks, ‘escorted out of HQ’
  • Trump directs AG Barr to declassify data on what prompted Russiagate probe
  • Assange indictments aim to 'discourage media from reporting atrocities & war crimes'
  • The truth IS out there! Pentagon admits it conducted 'UFO' investigations
  • Trump goes ballistic on 'Crazy Nancy' Pelosi, FBI 'traitors' at fiery press conference
  • Twitter suspends anti-Trump stars the Krassenstein brothers for fake accounts
  • Lone US senator decries use of Espionage Act against Assange as establishment keeps mum
  • Israel seeks 'friendly international help' amid raging wildfires (PHOTO, VIDEO)
  • Man wreaks havoc aboard Russian plane, brawls with passengers & dies
  • Victoria Nuland, US midwife to Maidan-2014, denied visa to Russia
  • 'Modern fascism is breaking cover': Journalists react to Assange Espionage Act charges
  • Meddling 101: US Army research center publishes strategy to destabilize Russia
  • ‘War on journalism’: Snowden slams US indictment against Assange
  • Up to 175 yrs in prison: US slaps Julian Assange with 17 more charges under Espionage Act
  • Too slow: Philippines rejects Canada plan to return garbage after dump threat, wants it over NOW
  • 'If I get in this car, I’m a dead man': UFC legend Michael Bisping details potentially fatal robbery
  • State Dept comes to no ‘definitive conclusions’ after chemical attack claims in Syria
  • Reality bites: Ukraine’s President Zelensky puts showbiz pals in positions of real power
  • Pentagon confirms mulling more troops for Middle East
  • Confused Pelosi says Trump needs ‘intervention’ but calls for ‘common ground’ with president
  • Iran will not surrender even if bombed – Rouhani
  • Russia to retaliate if US expands its near-border radar facility in Norway – Foreign Ministry
  • Russia beats USA 4-3 to reach ice hockey world championship semi-final
  • Moscow concerned over Haftar’s ‘purge’ plan as UN warns Libya is heading towards civil war
  • Who’s afraid of Huawei? Why Google’s ‘fatal blow’ may actually be a sign of desperation
  • Houthis say they attacked Najran airport, Saudi-led coalition ‘intercepts drone’
  • British triathlete Stuart Hayes fractures pelvis after crashing into deer
  • Turkey stops importing Iran’s oil ‘out of respect for US sanctions’ – official
  • Ramadan police: Malaysian officials disguise as waiters to catch Muslims who skip fasting
  • Iran’s Security Council: No talks with US ‘under any circumstances’
  • EU’s Juncker says ‘stupid nationalists’ are ‘in love with their country’ & hate foreigners
  • Trump says Putin didn’t ‘out-prepare’ him at 1st meeting, bashes ‘dumb’ Rex Tillerson over claim
  • Cristiano Ronaldo greets Lewis Hamilton ahead of star-studded Monaco Grand Prix (VIDEO)
  • Who will cash in on US trade wars & how to get around the tariffs? RT’s Boom Bust has the answer
  • Chemical scandal involving Bayer, Dow & L’oreal is ‘playing with the lives of people’
  • How well do you know the War on Terror? (QUIZ)
  • ‘Disgusting behaviour’: Farage decries latest ‘milkshaking’ attack on elderly army veteran
  • Soviet Union oddly missing from US-made coin ‘saluting’ WWII Allies
  • EU elections: Here’s what you need to know

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  • Nahleh’s artistic saga, a tale of vivid colors
  • Nahleh’s artistic saga, a tale of vivid colors
  • As the Latin name suggests “Revertetur,” the exhibition now up at Carre d’artistes, marks a return home for the works of famed artist Mona Nahleh.
  • Bayern’s history meets upstarts Leipzig in German Cup final
  • Bayern’s history meets upstarts Leipzig in final
  • Their histories, and lists of achievements, couldn’t be more different.
  • Pochettino residency joke draws Real Madrid ire
  • Pochettino joke draws Real Madrid ire
  • Tottenham Hotspur coach Mauricio Pochettino appeared to have rubbed Real Madrid up the wrong way after the Spanish club denied that the coach had asked if his team could stay at their residency ahead of the Champions League final.
  • Atalanta lead Champions League chase in Serie A final
  • Atalanta lead league chase in Serie A final
  • Atalanta are on the brink of history with a first Champions League qualification in the club’s 111-year history within their grasp in the final match of the Serie A season which they play at home but away to Sassuolo.
  • For Barca, Copa del Rey final means limiting the damage
  • For Barca, Copa final means limiting the damage
  • Damage limitation and a fifth consecutive Copa del Rey, will be the prize if Barcelona beat Valencia Saturday as their rejuvenated opponents eye a final flourish to their remarkable comeback season.
  • Atalanta lead Champions League chase in Serie A final
  • Atalanta lead league chase in Serie A final
  • Atalanta are on the brink of history with a first Champions League qualification in the club’s 111-year history within their grasp in the final match of the Serie A season which they play at home but away to Sassuolo.
  • For Barca, Copa del Rey final means limiting the damage
  • For Barca, Copa final means limiting the damage
  • The Intercept
  • The Trump Administration Is Declaring a Fake Emergency to Sell Weapons to Saudi Arabia
  • Sanders, Warren, and Wyden Slam Assange Indictment, a Renegade Use of the Espionage Act to Criminalize Journalism
  • The Indictment of Julian Assange Under the Espionage Act Is a Threat to the Press and the American People
  • Charging Julian Assange With Espionage Could Make His Extradition to the U.S. Less Likely
  • Diário de um refugiado: ‘trabalho 14h no Uber para tirar minha família da Síria’
  • Senate Committee Votes to Raise Defense Spending for Second Year in a Row to $750 Billion
  • The Trump Administration Wants to Make It Harder for Transgender People to Access Homeless Shelters
  • Women’s Health Protection Act Would Stop State Attacks on Abortion Access
  • Connecticut’s Democratic Governor Is Stonewalling a Bill That Would Make Phone Calls From Prison Free
  • Pipeline Opponents Strike Back Against Anti-Protest Laws
  • Joe Biden Would Be a Disaster
  • Graas ao Facebook, sua operadora de celular te vigia agora mais perto do que nunca
  • The Right Opens Up a New Front in the Census War: Criminal Records
  • Rep. Josh Gottheimer Is a Really, Really Terrible Boss, Former Staffers Say
  • The House Has Found Bipartisan Agreement on Reform to Retirement Accounts. Be Afraid.
  • Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez Backs Tiffany Cabn in Pivotal Queens DA Race
  • To Help Pay Off Bondholders, Solar Panel Owners Will Be Hit Hard in Puerto Rico
  • Authoritarians Like Us: Trump Targets Iran as Brazil’s Bolsonaro Rewards Prosecutor Who Jailed Lula
  • In a World of Legal Weed, Michael Thompson Languishes in Prison for Selling It in 1994
  • Watch: Interview With Brazil’s Ex-President Lula From Prison, Discussing Global Threats, Neoliberalism, Bolsonaro, and More
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  • ‘Here We Go Again’: Judge Blocks Mississippi Abortion Ban
  • Did Barack Obama Accept $21.6 Million in Foreign Contributions to His 2012 Re-Election Campaign?
  • Botswana Hires Hollywood Firm to Fight Elephant Hunting PR
  • Is This an Ancient Mayan Sculpture of Batman?
  • Did State Governors ‘Vote to Impeach’ U.S. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi?
  • Among Highest Paid CEOs Are Discovery’s Zaslav, Disney’s Iger
  • GOP Conservative Temporarily Blocks $19B Disaster Bill
  • Tensions Flare Over New Sandra Bland Video
  • Did U.S. Rep. Omar Say She ‘Hates Living in America,’ Was ‘Better Off’ in Refugee Camp?
  • Utah Judge Suspended for Making Anti-Trump Comments
  • The New Yorker May 27, 2019 Issue
  • Joe Beef and the Excesses of Restaurant Culture
  • David Milch’s Third Act
  • Losing Religion and Finding Ecstasy in Houston
  • The Undercover Fascist
  • The Troubled History of Psychiatry
  • The Whitney Biennial in an Age of Anxiety
  • Briefly Noted Book Reviews
  • The Shed Attempts to Inject Culture Into Hudson Yards
  • Rammstein’s Heavy and Cathartic Camp
  • Emotional Malnourishment in “Curse of the Starving Class”
  • “Booksmart” and “The Souvenir,” Reviewed
  • Is Mac DeMarco Growing Up?
  • Adaptive Fashion on the Red Carpet
  • The Teen Who Thwarted Bill de Blasio’s Presidential Announcement
  • The Crisis Called for Goats
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