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  • Nvidia Is Giving Up On the Cryptocurrency Mining Market
  • New VORACLE Attack Can Recover HTTP Data From Some VPN Connections
  • Linux Study Argues Monolithic OS Design Leads To Critical Exploits
  • Twitter Is 'Rethinking' Its Service, and Suspending 1M Accounts Each Day
  • Wifi Could Be Used To Detect Guns and Bombs, Researchers Say
  • H-1B Visa Use Soared Last Year At Major Tech Firms
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  • EU Accepts Resolution Abolishing Planned Obsolescence, Making Devices Easier to Repair
  • After Employee Revolt, Google Says It's 'Not Close' To Launching Search In China
  • Two Months Later: NASA's Opportunity Rover Is Still Lost On Mars After Huge Dust Storm
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  • Facebook Messenger backdoor demand, bail in Bitcoin, and lots more
  • Nvidia shrugs off crypto-mining crash, touts live ray-tracing GPUs, etc
  • SentinelOne makes YouTube delete Bsides vid 'cuz it didn't like the way bugs were reported
  • 'Oh sh..' – the moment an infosec bod realized he was tracking a cop car's movements by its leaky cellular gateway
  • DeepMind AI bots tell Google to literally chill out: Software takes control of server cooling
  • Now you can tell someone to literally go f--k themselves over the internet: Remote-control mock-cock patent dies
  • Google responds to location-stalking outcry by… tweaking words on its BS support page
  • Facebook flat-out 'lies' about how many people can see its ads – lawsuit
  • Web cache poisoning just got real: How to fling evil code at victims
  • ZX Spectrum reboot scandal biz gets 35k legal costs delayed
  • UK.gov told data-sharing plans need vendor buy-in
  • Shiver me timbers: Symantec spots activist investor Starboard side
  • Self-driving cars will be safe, we're testing them in a massive AI Sim
  • Most staffers expect bosses to snoop on them, say unions
  • Home Office opens AWS cash firehose a little wider with police IT deal
  • DXC Technology asks field-based techies if they'd like to leave
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  • Home Office seeks Brexit tech boss – but doesn't splash the cash
  • Lo and behold, Earth's special chemical cocktail for life seems to be pretty common
  • I wish I could quit you, but cookies find a way: How to sidestep browser tracking protections
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  • GitHub goes off the Rails as Microsoft closes in
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  • Juno this ain't right! Chinese hackers target Alaska
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  • Don't you just love Windows 10 refreshes, yells Lenovo
  • NetApp flashes numbers at rivals: NAND we're eating your dinner
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  • Rejoice! Thousands more kids flock to computing A-level
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  • Array with it: Western Digital's finance arm slings a few million at Excelero
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  • Google risks mega-fine in EU over location 'stalking'
  • Brit banks must disclose outages via API, decrees finance watchdog
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  • EU wants one phone plug to rule them all. But we've got a better idea.
  • Kids are more likely than adults to submit to peer pressure from robots
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  • Free Expression Activist and Poet Birgitta Jónsdóttir Joins EFF’s Advisory Board
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  • EFF Amicus Brief: The Privacy Act Requires the FBI to Delete Files of Its Internet Speech Surveillance
  • Large ISPs, Flush with Capital, Blame Consumer Protections for Their Disregard of Rural America
  • Captive Audience: How Florida's Prisons and DRM Made $11.3M Worth of Prisoners' Music Disappear
  • How to Improve the California Consumer Privacy Act of 2018
  • EFF to the FCC: Don’t Let AT&T and Verizon Get a Chokehold on Internet Access Competition
  • Facebook Deletes Anti-Unite the Right Event, Claiming Foreign Involvement
  • Internet Publication of 3D Printing Files About Guns: Facts and What’s at Stake
  • Behind the Octopus: The Hidden Race to Dismantle Global Law Enforcement Privacy Protections
  • An Open Letter to Assemblymember Lorena Gonzalez Fletcher, Chair of the California Assembly Appropriations Committee
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  • Transparency Win: Federal Circuit Makes Briefs Immediately Available to the Public
  • Eight AT&T Buildings and Ten Years of Litigation: Shining a Light on NSA Surveillance
  • County Welfare Office Violated Accountability Rules While Surveilling Benefits Recipients
  • Stupid Patent of the Month: Upaid Sues “Offending Laundromats” For Using Prepaid Cards
  • Sextortion Scam: What to Do If You Get the Latest Phishing Spam Demanding Bitcoin
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  • Fair-Use Champion Stephanie Lenz, European Digital Rights Leader Joe McNamee, and Groundbreaking Content-Moderation Researcher Sarah T. Roberts Win EFF’s Pioneer Awards
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  • Defending Users: Initial Ideas for Cryptocurrency Exchanges, Payment Processors, and Other Choke Points Within the Blockchain Ecosystem
  • Egypt Sentences Tourist to Eight Years Jail for Complaining about Vacation Online
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  • EFF Files Amicus Brief in Seventh Circuit Supporting Warrant for Border Searches of Electronic Devices
  • The Next Supreme Court Justice: Here's What the Senate Should Ask About New Technologies and the Internet
  • Federal Circuit Rejects Pharmaceutical Company’s Attempt to Dodge Review of its Patents
  • California Can Pioneer Local Community Oversight of Police Surveillance
  • Between You, Me, and Google: Problems With Gmail's “Confidential Mode”
  • Undermining Mobile Phone Users’ Privacy Won’t Make Us Safer
  • Win for Public Right to Know: Court Vacates Injunction Against Publishing the Law
  • Hearing Thursday: EFF Asks Court to Block Enforcement of FOSTA While Lawsuit Proceeds
  • A Key Victory Against European Copyright Filters and Link Taxes - But What's Next?
  • FBI Wish List: An App That Can Recognize the Meaning of Your Tattoos
  • EFF to Japan: Reject Website Blocking
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  • Should Your Company Help ICE? “Know Your Customer” Standards for Evaluating Domestic Sales of Surveillance Equipment
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  • Egypt's Draconian New Cybercrime Bill Will Only Increase Censorship
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  • DNA Collection is Not the Answer to Reuniting Families Split Apart by Trump’s “Zero Tolerance” Program
  • Grassroots Group Confronts Privacy-Invasive WiFi Kiosks in New York
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  • Facebook 'censors' conservative education page, says it was a mistake, but few are convinced
  • Magnitude 7.9 earthquake hits Pacific near Fiji
  • Trump takes a minute to explain the obvious: It's the president's job to talk to foreign leaders
  • NYT reports White House counsel cooperates with 'Russiagate' probe, Trump says he allowed it
  • Mysterious fireball that dazzled Alabama locals solved by NASA (VIDEO)
  • Outrage after London police call removal of homeless tents 'clean-up of environmental issue'
  • Syria’s Aleppo rebuilding & getting its industry back on track (VIDEO)
  • Indian PM Modi pledges funds as death toll climbs in worst floods in a century in south Indian state
  • 'Peace is never a perfect achievement': Kofi Annan's most impactful quotes
  • Big boat in big trouble? UK beats ‘Russia threat’ drums as its new aircraft carrier heads for trials
  • Accused 'Russian agent' Butina deprived of sleep & medication – lawyer to RT
  • ‘You hate Jesus’: Self-proclaimed US missionary charged with racist assault in Uganda (VIDEO)
  • Champions Juventus leave it late but win as Ronaldo fails to find net on debut
  • North Korea slams Trump’s opponents for hampering peace efforts, denuclearization
  • Operator of Genoa bridge sets aside €500 million to help city recover from tragic collapse
  • Nord Stream 2 is purely economic project, doesn’t prevent gas supplies through Ukraine – Putin
  • Putin & Merkel meet in Berlin to discuss Nord Stream 2 pipeline ( VIDEO)
  • Trump: ‘We won’t let’ discrimination of conservatives on social media happen
  • Pele wishes Cristiano Ronaldo luck ahead of Juventus debut
  • Senate intel committee head sees no evidence of Russian collusion, says probe ‘frustrating as hell’
  • Europe’s handshake rows: Sweden says Muslims have a right to refuse, Switzerland says they don’t
  • Could science-fiction super soldiers become reality after extreme US military tests?
  • Feathers ruffled after British boxer chucks chicken at US fighter in Nando’s restaurant (VIDEO)
  • Super-rich freeze their brains to ‘come back to life’ in 200 years
  • VIP guest Putin brings big bouquet of flowers, dances with Austrian FM at her wedding (PHOTOS)
  • Georgian teen solves six Rubik’s cubes underwater in single breath (VIDEO)
  • Detained pastor case important for midterms, so US will ramp up sanctions on Turkey – ex-envoy
  • Can Cristiano Ronaldo maintain goal-scoring heroics against Serie A defenses?
  • Former UN chief and Nobel Peace Prize winner Kofi Annan dies at 80
  • Big fish: French trawler nets 1-ton WWII bomb that can explode with one wrong move
  • Iran, Venezuela & Turkey reveal gold’s true value when paper money becomes worthless – analyst to RT
  • 3 dead, dozens injured, including children, as bus overturns in southeastern Poland (PHOTOS)
  • Imran Khan sworn in as Pakistan’s prime minister
  • Putin & Merkel could stick it to Trump as they look to bring Nord Stream 2 over the line
  • In a haunting 360 VIDEO, a father relives his daughter’s death amid ruins of ghost city Mosul
  • Iran Action Group repeats Pompeo’s old CIA gimmicks, won’t work either – professor to RT
  • Venezuela's Maduro announces new minimum wage, exchange rate tied to petro cryptocurrency
  • ISIS given ‘breathing space’ in parts of Syria under US-backed forces' control
  • US takes away $230mn of Syria stabilization funding
  • 2 teens detained for plotting ‘revolutionary fires’ in Russia moved to house arrest
  • African-American support of Trump at 36%, almost double from last year – poll
  • Judge denies media request to publish names of Manafort jurors
  • Team McGregor vs Team Khabib: Artem Lobov against Zubayra Tukhugov is in works for UFC 229
  • ‘Career over!' Trump raps Gov. Cuomo over 'greatness' gaffe, compares it to Clinton's 'deplorables’
  • McCain death tweet gets anti-imperialist Aussie journalist banned from Twitter
  • ‘She could’ve hurt us’: Georgia police taser 87yo Syrian woman cutting dandelions
  • ‘Inciting violence’: Israel arrests Palestinian journalist for live-streaming IDF soldiers
  • Pentagon hypes China threat amid renewed strategic competition
  • 3,000yo Egyptian cheese infected with deadly disease unearthed at ancient burial site
  • Will Ilya Kovalchuk follow path of Jaromir Jagr to make successful NHL comeback?
  • Rebuilding Syria: RT films repaired factories & roads as country slowly returns to peaceful life
  • Russophobia Digest Part 5: Racist rallies, 11-yr old hackers and imminent Arctic war
  • ‘What imbeciles’: Public slams Barcelona posters calling for Brits to ‘practice balconing’
  • Trump slams hefty price tag for DC military parade, will spend $900k on flight to Paris instead
  • ‘Iran Action Group’ a new US tool of regime change, but Tehran’s resilience is ‘strong’ – researcher
  • Germany considering Syria summit with France, Russia & Turkey – Merkel
  • India’s ‘Modicare,’ funding 500mn poor, to launch late September – PM
  • Teenager disemboweled as 4 stabbed in London gang fight
  • Over 75 people killed in Indonesia in lead-up to Asian Games – Amnesty International
  • Israeli Arab suspected of trying to stab policeman shot dead in Jerusalem
  • ‘We are not going to take it sitting down’: Trump on detention of US pastor in Turkey
  • Pentagon employee questioned contracts with FBI informant Halper & lost his clearance – attorney
  • Pro-Christian Russian MP threatens Facebook with boycott over pro-Nazi memorial page
  • Can US shale stop a global oil supply crisis?
  • US ends funding for Syria stabilization projects – report
  • Austrian FM wedding: Restaurant chef seeks selfie with Putin, but has no special dish for him
  • UN Human Rights Committee says Brazil’s Lula should have political rights
  • ‘Ireland, I’m here baby’: WBC champ Deontay Wilder crashes weigh-in, confronts Tyson Fury (VIDEO)
  • Royal grumble: Taxpayers to shell out £2mn for minor princess’ wedding
  • Homeless & migrant workers ‘exploited’ to clean up Fukushima radiation, UN warns
  • Floods in Kerala, India leave 324 dead during ‘worst monsoon in century’ – officials
  • ‘We defeated communist Japan’: Fox News host offers irrefutable proof of America’s greatness
  • ‘Simply reality’: Public hits back at banning of ‘This is Nigeria’ music video
  • Russian ombudsman urges legislative changes to allow for prisoner swaps with Ukraine
  • Video captures panic among passengers as Chinese Boeing 737 crash-lands in Manila
  • Pakistan’s MPs elect Khan as new PM
  • Turkish court rejects US pastor's appeal for release
  • ‘Russia hysteria’ an affront to American values, US congressman insists
  • Lionel Messi’s brother given suspended sentence for illegal firearm on blood-stained boat
  • CEO compensation surges dramatically while average workers get no significant pay raise – report
  • ‘Let’s make things clear’: EU bites back at Salvini’s claim that it’s responsible for Genoa tragedy
  • Athens agree to take back migrants who apply for asylum in Greece – Berlin
  • Tribute confusion: Fox News apologizes for mixing up late Aretha Franklin with Patti LaBelle
  • Japan & China slashing US sovereign debt is Washington's worst nightmare
  • Merkel, Putin to discuss joint projects, Syria, Ukraine in Germany on Saturday
  • ‘Feels like censorship’: Facebook removes pro-Palestinian Occupy London page
  • US violated international law over Russian diplomatic missions, Moscow tells Washington
  • 'Incredible part of the world': Welsh symphonic orchestra plays Russian tunes in Crimea (VIDEO)
  • ‘Hacky hack hack’: Schoolboy superfan cracks Apple security, downloads customer info
  • CNN Espaol uses photo of pro-government rally in report about protest against Nicaraguan president
  • Beijing says Turkey can overcome ‘temporary economic difficulties’
  • Corbyn’s wreath row crusade: Labour leader files complaint with regulator against right-wing media
  • UN invites Yemeni govt, Houthis to September 6 peace talks
  • Russian heavy bomber Tu-160 executes mid-air refueling before landing in Arctic (VIDEO)
  • German broadcaster publishes map showing Crimea as part of Russia
  • More than a quarter of Russians supportive of Prague Spring suppression by Soviets
  • Afghan president visits Ghazni after Taliban raid
  • Fired Tesla employee alleges company spied on workers, knew of drug dealing at plant
  • Storm Bebinca makes landfall in northern Vietnam, flooding villages
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  • Former UN chief Kofi Annan dies: Ghanaian media
  • Trump says to attend Paris parade in November
  • U.S. tourism industry worries about decline amid global trade tensions
  • Trump's plan for military parade postponed until next year: Pentagon
  • Trump's military parade estimated to cost 92 mln dollars
  • U.S. Treasury chief threatens more sanctions on Turkey if pastor not released
  • 12 tourists washed away at waterfall in central India
  • White House says U.S. not to lift tariffs on Turkey even Brunson released
  • In retaliation, Turkey raises tariffs on some U.S. imports
  • Pakistan’s 72nd Independence Day celebrated in Beijing
  • A ‘painted’ football pitch, a carnival for children in the slums
  • Turkey, Russia vow to enhance strategic partnership
  • 40 children among victims killed in airstrike on Yemen's school bus: Red Cross
  • Worried or defiant: Turks' mixed reaction to sharp depreciation of lira under U.S. pressure
  • Slandering Xinjiang as "no rights zone" against fact, Chinese official told UN panel
  • China's Red Cross society donates relief fund for flood-victims in Myanmar
  • Trump urged to apologize for calling foreign students ‘spies’
  • New Brexit talks planned to find way of resolving Northern Ireland border issue
  • Iran vows not to renegotiate landmark nuke deal with U.S.
  • Turkey's Erdogan decries U.S. "plot," seeks new alliances
  • Third inter-Korean summit may be held in late August in Pyongyang
  • Anti white supremacist protesters crowd downtown Washington ahead of far right rally
  • Turkey's president calls lira plunge "plot", threatens to seek new alliances
  • Trump authorizes doubling of steel, aluminum tariffs on Turkey
  • Lavrov tells Pompeo: Russia rejects new U.S. sanctions
  • Former Japanese defense chief Ishiba formally declares candidacy in LDP leadership race
  • U.S. to establish Space Force by 2020: Pence
  • DPRK condemns U.S. new sanctions, urging for joint effort to improve ties
  • Belt & Road photo exhibition opens in Romania
  • Spotlight: New U.S. sanctions may nullify outcome of Putin-Trump summit
  • U.S. suspect trains children for school shooting at squalid compound
  • S.Korea, DPRK to hold high-level talks on Aug. 13
  • Japan urged to remember its atrocities in WWII, as Nagasaki marks 73rd anniversary of atomic bombing by U.S.
  • Israel strikes 12 sites across Gaza amid recent escalation
  • U.S. to impose new sanctions on Russia as alleged poison attack of ex-Russian spy remains unsolved
  • Death toll of Indonesia's deadly earthquake climbs to 347
  • Former Malaysian PM Najib slapped with money-laundering charges
  • ASEAN, China joint maritime drill "important": Philippine FM
  • Twin giant pandas celebrate second birthday in Austria
  • Trump says anyone doing business with Iran not allowed to maintain business ties with U.S.
  • Death toll in Indonesia earthquake reaches 142
  • Death toll rises to 91, 209 injured after 7.0-magnitude hits central Indonesia
  • Xi offers congratulations to Zimbabwean president-elect
  • Pakistan's Imran Khan named for office of prime minister
  • U.S. re-imposes sanctions on Iran despite global outcry
  • Death toll rises to 91, 209 injured after 7.0-magnitude hits central Indonesia
  • Venezuela detains 6 in failed drone attack against Maduro
  • India's old age population hits all time high since Independence
  • 7.0-magnitude quake jolts Indonesia's Lombok Island, tsunami alert issued
  • Trump launches new round of attacks on media
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  • Everything must be done for refugees to return to Syria: Putin
  • Everything must be done for refugees to return to Syria: Putin
  • Russian President Vladimir Putin said Saturday that everything must be done for Syrian refugees to return to their conflict-torn country.
  • Finally! Kane ends August hoodoo in Premier League
  • Finally! Kane ends August hoodoo in Premier League
  • After 15 games and more than 1,000 minutes, Harry Kane has finally scored a Premier League goal in August. The striker's hoodoo in the English season's opening month is over after he curled home Tottenham's third goal in a 3-1 win over Fulham Saturday.
  • Finally! Kane ends August hoodoo in Premier League
  • Finally! Kane ends August hoodoo in Premier League
  • After 15 games and more than 1,000 minutes, Harry Kane has finally scored a Premier League goal in August. The striker's hoodoo in the English season's opening month is over after he curled home Tottenham's third goal in a 3-1 win over Fulham Saturday.
  • Yemen's southern separatists attack military academy in Aden
  • Yemen's southern separatists attack military academy in Aden
  • Southern separatists opened fire on a military academy graduation ceremony in Yemen's port city of Aden Saturday, killing a cadet and wounding at least two others, witnesses said.
  • Taiwan improves missiles to counter China military expansion
  • Taiwan improves missiles to counter China military expansion
  • Taiwan is responding to China's arms buildup by developing missiles and interceptors of its own that could reduce Beijing's military advantage over the self-ruled island, defense experts say.
  • Mourinho says Man City 'disrespectful' in documentary
  • Mourinho says Man City 'disrespectful' in documentary
  • Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho suggested Premier League rival Manchester City was "disrespectful" and lacking "class" in a behind-the-scenes documentary that was released this week.
  • Mourinho says Man City 'disrespectful' in documentary
  • Mourinho says Man City 'disrespectful' in documentary
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  • Ryan Zinke Uses Climate-Fueled Wildfires to Boost the Timber Industry — and It’s Not the First Time
  • One of the Strongest Progressives in Congress Is Facing a Primary Challenger Invoking Identity and Change. Will She Unseat Him?
  • A priso transformou Nduduzo em cantora. Agora livre, ela luta para no ser expulsa do Brasil.
  • A me vai ser deportada. O pai imigrante ilegal. Com quem fica a filha?
  • Entre a presso econmica e fuzis israelenses, agricultores da Faixa de Gaza lutam para sobreviver
  • Ele passou a vida pensando ser americano. At ser deportado.
  • Documentos da NSA revelam rede de agentes iranianos e detalhes de um golpe de inteligncia
  • Líder da direita pró-guerra às drogas que quis “rasgar” acordo com as Farc assume poder na Colômbia
  • Google Executives Misled Staff in Meeting on China Censorship. Here Are 13 Questions They Must Answer.
  • Sex Workers Are Rallying Behind a Democratic Socialist Running for New York Senate
  • A China aprisionou um milho de muulmanos da etnia uigur. Onde est a indignao mundial?
  • Oposio no Zimbbue diz que governo voltou a usar mtodos ditatoriais aps eleio contestada
  • A NSA em um mundo de mudanas climticas: espionando ONGs, barcos pesqueiros e o Polo Norte
  • Google Staff Tell Bosses China Censorship is “Moral and Ethical” Crisis
  • British and Canadian Governments Accidentally Exposed Passwords and Security Plans to the Entire Internet
  • Brett Kavanaugh Opponents Are Raising Money for Sen. Susan Collins’s 2020 Opponent — but Will Refund It If She Votes “No”
  • Donald Trump Is a Dangerous Demagogue. It’s Time for a Crusading Press to Fight Back.
  • Black Hat Hacker Conference Begins to Grapple With Gender Discrimination and Sexual Assault in Cybersecurity
  • Bad Chicago Cops Spread Their Misconduct Like a Disease
  • Chicago Police Are 14 Times More Likely to Use Force Against Young Black Men Than Against Whites
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  • Migrant Spouse of Pregnant Woman Detained on Way to Hospital
  • Cancer, Juries, and Scientific Certainty: The Monsanto Roundup Ruling Explained
  • Did Education Secretary Betsy DeVos Register Her Yacht in the Cayman Islands?
  • Is This Video of a Man Falling Down a Flight of Stairs Real?
  • Did Aretha Franklin ‘Work for’ Donald Trump on Numerous Occasions?
  • Did Fox News Use an Image of Patti LaBelle During Their Aretha Franklin Tribute?
  • US Newspapers to Trump: We’re Not Enemies of the People
  • Satanic Temple Unveils Baphomet Statue at Arkansas Capitol
  • Kohl’s ‘$150 Back-to-School’ Coupon’ Scam
  • Jill Janus, Singer of the Metal Band Huntress, Dies at 43
  • The New Yorker August 20, 2018 Issue
  • How Bill Browder Became Russia’s Most Wanted Man
  • Virgin Galactic’s Rocket Man
  • A New Citizen Decides to Leave the Tumult of Trump’s America
  • Briefly Noted Book Reviews
  • WagnerOnTrialat the Bayreuth Festival
  • How Charles de Gaulle Rescued France
  • The Return of West Coast Hip-Hop
  • Spike Lee Does Battle with “BlacKkKlansman”
  • Awkwafina Comes Home
  • Helena Howard and Josephine Decker Trek to Storm King
  • Rat Academy Is in Session
  • Saving the Planet and Your Glutes
  • Alex Jones, the First Amendment, and the Digital Public Square
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  • John McCain and the End of Romantic Conservatism
  • David Wojnarowicz’s Still-Burning Rage
  • Curt Schilling and Steve Deace Try to “Make Sports Talk Great Again”
  • My Name Is Gilligan, and I’d Like to Get off This Island Now
  • The Trouble with Dogs for Writers
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