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  • New Test Diagnoses Lyme Disease Within 15 Minutes
  • California Law Bans For-Profit: Private Prisons, Immigration Detention Centers
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  • Trial Set in New York on Exxon's Climate Statements
  • Variation in Transplant Centers' Use of Less-Than-Ideal Donor Kidneys
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  • Microsoft Releases Rudr, an Implementation of Their New Open Application Model
  • DIY Faux-Flesh Active Phone Covers
  • Letting Birds Scooters Fly Free
  • China Gives Tesla Green Light for Production
  • Harnessing Plasmonics For Precision Agriculture Worldwide
  • “BriansClub” Hack "Rescues" 26M Stolen Cards
  • Blue Light Isn't The Main Source Of Eye Fatigue And Sleep Loss—It's Your Computer
  • Best Way To Protect Ocean Fisheries? Let Nations Profit From Them
  • Private Property, Not Productivity, Precipitated Neolithic Agricultural Revolution
  • Cod Or Haddock? Study Looks At 'Name Bias' And Fisheries Sustainability
  • Fake Russian Tor Browser Purloins $40,000 in Bitcoin From Dark Web Shoppers
  • Big Data Technique Reveals Previously Unknown Capabilities Of Common Materials
  • Pixel 4's 'Face Unlock' Works Even If You're Asleep or Dead -- and That's a Problem
  • Researchers Find Fake WordPress Plugins That Secretly Mine Cryptocurrency
  • Google is in Serious Trouble, Warns Top Anti-Trust Lawyer
  • $35B Face Data Lawsuit Against Facebook Will Proceed
  • Intel Chip Shortages - at Least Another Quarter or Two to Go, Say PC Execs
  • Wing’s Delivery Drones Take Flight for the First Time in Virginia
  • Proliferation of Hidden Cameras Extends to the Beach
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  • Record Breaking Marathon Athlete at Center of Enhanced Shoe Controversy
  • 64-Core AMD Threadripper CPUs Suggested by Release of Cooler
  • Catalan Separatists in Spain have Tooled up with a Decentralized App for Civil Disobedience
  • Former Oracle Co-CEO Mark Hurd Has Passed Away
  • Vatican Unveils ‘ERosary’ to Pray Electronically; Was "Hacked in 10 Minutes"
  • UN Official's Briefing on Torture of Assange Boycotted by US Media
  • Human Guinea Pigs Prepare for the World's Longest Direct Flight: 20 Hours
  • Microsoft Starts Nagging Windows 7 Pro Users About End Of Support
  • Good News – America's Nuke Arsenal to Swap Eight-Inch Floppy Disks for Solid-State Drives
  • Project Trident to Move From FreeBSD/TrueOS to Void Linux
  • Senators Propose Near-Total Ban on Worker Noncompete Agreements
  • Unpatched Linux Bug May Open Devices to Serious Attacks Over Wi-Fi
  • Evidence of Behavioral, Biological Similarities Between Compulsive Overeating and Addiction
  • Under New Ownership, DigiCert Expands into Verified Mark Certificates
  • American Icons: ‘The Rocky Horror Picture Show’
  • The Theremin Turns 100 Years Old
  • Google's VR Daydream is Over
  • Tackling Inequality Could Save Millions of Children
  • Yahoo is Deleting All Content Ever Posted to Yahoo Groups
  • Australian Talking Clock: Taken Offline by Telstra Put Back Online by a Fan
  • Tiny Particles Lead to Brighter Clouds in the Tropics
  • Smoke Signals: Study Shows Path Linking Nicotine Addiction to Increased Risk for Diabetes
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  • Google Says a Fix For Pixel 4 Face Unlock Is 'Months' Away
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  • UK Man Invents Aluminum-Air Battery In His Garage
  • New Facebook Features Fight Election Lies Everywhere But Ads
  • New Gene Editing Tool Could Fix Most Harmful DNA Mutations
  • Apple CEO Tim Cook Joins Influential Chinese University Board
  • Bank of America Says It Saves $2 Billion Per Year By Ignoring Amazon and Microsoft and Building Its Own Cloud Instead
  • Traffic Lights Worldwide Set To Change
  • Avast Says Hackers Breached Internal Network Through Compromised VPN Profile
  • The Chinese Threat To American Speech
  • Microsoft Announces Secured-core PCs To Counter Firmware Attacks
  • Equifax Used 'admin' as Username and Password for Sensitive Data: Lawsuit
  • Lawmakers Slam Apple for 'Censorship' of Apps at China's Behest
  • Popular VPN Service NordVPN Says it Was Hacked
  • Venezuela's Water System is Collapsing
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  • Time-lapse Captured from the International Space Station
  • How Long is a Day on Venus? Astronomers Make Their Best Measurement Yet
  • Messier 93 – the NGC 2447 Open Star Cluster
  • The Most Massive Galaxies Spin More Than Twice as Fast as the Milky Way
  • Comets and Interstellar Objects Could be Exporting Earth Life Out into the Milky Way
  • Success! NASA Confirms the Mole is Working Again.
  • There’s the Curiosity Rover, On the Move, Seen from Space
  • What Was The First Color In The Universe?
  • Here’s the Picture We’ve Been Waiting for. Hubble’s Photo of Interstellar Comet 2I/Borisov
  • An Army of Tiny Robots Could Assemble Huge Structures in Space
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  • ATTK of the Pwns: Trend Micro's antivirus tools 'will run malware – if its filename is cmd.exe'
  • Row erupts over who to blame after NordVPN says: One of our servers was hacked via remote management tool
  • New Teams goodies: Shared calendars? No. Private channels? No. Hold please ♩ ♪ ♫ ♪ ♫
  • Euro data watchdog has 'serious concerns' as to whether EU deals with Microsoft obey GDPR
  • The sound of silence is actually the sound of a malicious smart speaker app listening in on you
  • Avast lobs intruders into the 'Abiss': Miscreants tried to tamper with CCleaner after sneaking into network via VPN
  • Assange fails to delay extradition hearing as date set for February
  • SAP and Microsoft pucker up, prepare for public cloud love under Project Embrace
  • No one would be so scummy as to scam a charity, right? UK orgs find out the hard way
  • Rocket Lab plans to send small satellites to the Moon with Photon
  • Ow-wei, says Huawei as Chinese giant admits US sanctions smacked it right in the phone biz
  • We read the Brexit copyright notices so you don't have to… No more IP freely, ta very much
  • Trend Micro would like you to fall in line and become a victim of Cloud Conformity
  • If there were almost a million computer misuse crimes last year, Action Fraud is only passing 2% of cases to cops
  • Traffic lights worldwide set to change after Swedish engineer saw red over getting a ticket
  • Iran? More like Ivan: Brit and US spies say they can see through Turla hacking group's facade
  • Samsung on fridge cert error: Someone tried to view 'unsavoury content' in middle of John Lewis
  • Google ads from the po-po can prevent vengeful gamer nerds going full script kiddie – research
  • Don't look too closely at what is seeping out of the big Dutch pipe
  • Don't fall for the hype around OpenAI's Rubik's Cube playing robot, Berkeley bans facial recognition, and more
  • Silos of paper scans, photos, forms, and other unstructured data blight today's corps. How are you tearing them down?
  • Malware hides as iOS jailbreak, Sucuri is insecuri, and China is about to get even worse
  • Guess what's on the receiving end of more NASA dollars for SLS?
  • Deus ex hackina: It took just 10 minutes to find data-divulging demons corrupting Pope's Click to Pray eRosary app
  • Guess who's dreaming of facial-recog body cams now? US border cops: AI tech sought to scrutinize travelers
  • Good guy, Microsoft: Multi-factor auth outage gives cloudy Office, Azure users a surprise three-day weekend
  • Mark Hurd is dead
  • Pack your pyjamas, Zuck: US bill threatens execs with prison for data failures
  • What's the scoop with Mars InSight's mired mole? It's digging again, thanks to trowel trickery
  • All we need is just a little patients: Google's Alphabet hires new chief health officer
  • Google lashes out at DoJ, Oracle as it asks US Supremes to sniff Java suit one last time
  • Like Visual Studio Code and your data lives in SQL Server? Microsoft has something for you
  • Yahoo! Groups' closure and a tale of Oftel: Die-hard users 'informally' included telcos
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  • Junior minister says gov.UK considering facial recognition to verify age of p0rn-watchers
  • How does 36m sound, mon CHERI? UK.gov pumps cash into Arm security research
  • Orange you happy to be a customer? Spammy sextortion malware only targeted French ISP
  • Sod 3G, that can go, but don't rush to turn off 2G, UK still needs it – report
  • Yay, Intel chip shortages should be over soon! Nope. Strap in, at least another quarter or two to go, say PC execs
  • Microsoft Surface Pro X: Windows on Arm usable at long last – but, boy, are you gonna pay for it
  • I discovered the world's last video rental kiosk and it would make a great spaceship
  • A History of (Computer) Violence: Wait. Before you whack it again, try caressing the mouse
  • Infrastructure as Code could be game-changing for your business: Learn more with Google Cloud
  • Google slings websites into Chrome's solitary confinement on Android to thwart Spectre-style data snooping
  • Good news – America's nuke arsenal to swap eight-inch floppy disks for solid-state drives
  • GitLab reset --hard bad1dea: Biz U-turns, unbans office political chat, will vet customers
  • Not a good look, Google: Pixel 4 mobes can be face-unlocked even if you're asleep... or dead?
  • Help! I bought a domain and ended up with a stranger's PayPal! And I can't give it back
  • Are you a Dapr Dan? Microsoft teases runtime for Kubernetes to make microservices sparkle
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  • Free Software Wireless-N Mini Router v2 from ThinkPenguin, Inc. now FSF-certified to Respect Your Freedom
  • Richard M. Stallman resigns
  • International Day Against DRM (IDAD): Defending the right to read on Oct. 12
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  • Alexandre Oliva joins Free Software Foundation board of directors
  • Six more devices from ThinkPenguin, Inc. now FSF-certified to Respect Your Freedom
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  • 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
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  • FSF adds Hyperbola GNU/Linux-libre to list of endorsed GNU/Linux distributions
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  • Ready to Pay $30,000 for Sharing a Photo Online? The House of Representatives Thinks You Are
  • Tell HUD: Algorithms Shouldn't Be an Excuse to Discriminate
  • Massachusetts: Tell Your Lawmakers to Press Pause on Government Face Surveillance
  • Why Fiber is Vastly Superior to Cable and 5G
  • EFF Urges Congress Not to Dismantle Section 230
  • Victory! Berkeley City Council Unanimously Votes to Ban Face Recognition
  • Quin Defiende Tus Datos?: Four Years Setting The Bar for Privacy Protections in Latin America and Spain
  • EFF Defends Section 230 in Congress
  • Congressional Hearing Wednesday: EFF Will Urge Lawmakers to Protect Important Internet Free Speech Law
  • Hearing Thursday: EFF’s Rainey Reitman Will Urge California Lawmakers to Balance Needs of Consumers In Developing Cryptocurrency Regulations
  • Today: Tell Congress Not to Pass Another Bad Copyright Law
  • One Weird Law That Interferes With Security Research, Remix Culture, and Even Car Repair
  • Secret Court Rules That the FBI’s “Backdoor Searches” of Americans Violated the Fourth Amendment
  • EFF to Court: Parody Book Combining Dr. Seuss and Star Trek Themes Is Fair Use
  • China’s Global Reach: Surveillance and Censorship Beyond the Great Firewall
  • Twitter "Unintentionally" Used Your Phone Number for Targeted Advertising
  • Victory! California Governor Signs A.B. 1215
  • Bad News From the EU: High Court Blesses Global Takedown Order
  • EFF to First Circuit: First Amendment Protects Right to Secretly Audio Record Police
  • Facebook Shouldn't Give Politicians More Power Than Ordinary Users
  • A Race to the Bottom of Privacy Protection: The US-UK Deal Would Trample Cross Border Privacy Safeguards
  • The Open Letter from the Governments of US, UK, and Australia to Facebook is An All-Out Attack on Encryption
  • Victory! EFF Wins Access to License Plate Reader Data to Study How Law Enforcement Uses the Privacy Invasive Technology
  • Coders' Rights Are At Risk in Brazil, and the Harms Could Affect Everyone
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  • Privacy Allies File Amicus Briefs in Support of EFF’s Jewel v. NSA Case
  • D.C. Circuit Offers Bad News, Good News on Net Neutrality: FCC Repeal Upheld, But States Can Fill the Gap
  • Senate Antitrust Hearing Explores Big Tech’s Merger Mania
  • California: Tell Governor Newsom to Stop Face Surveillance on Police Body Cams
  • Help EFF Find Our Next Development Director
  • The FISA Oversight Hearing Confirmed That Things Need to Change
  • South Africa Bans Bulk Collection. Will the U.S. Courts Follow Suit?
  • The Christchurch Call Comes to the UN
  • European Court’s Decision in Right To Be Forgotten Case is a Win for Free Speech
  • EFF to HUD: Algorithms Are No Excuse for Discrimination
  • Nigeria Misuses Overbroad Cyberstalking Law: Levels Charges Against Political Protester Sowore
  • Carnegie Experts Should Know: Defending Encryption Isn't an "Absolutist" Position
  • How to Make Sure the Tech You Use and Build Reflects Your Values
  • Innocent Users Have the Most to Lose in the Rush to Address Extremist Speech Online
  • Facebook's Social Media Council Leaves Key Questions Unanswered
  • EFF to Observe at United Nations General Assembly Leaders' Week Event
  • Hearing Friday: Plaintiffs Challenging FOSTA Ask Court to Reinstate Lawsuit Seeking To Block Its Enforcement
  • Thanks For Helping Us Defend the California Consumer Privacy Act
  • Big Tech’s Disingenuous Push for a Federal Privacy Law
  • Facebook Must Better Limit Its Face Surveillance
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  • EFF's 2019 Pioneer Awards Winner Remarks and Speeches
  • Victory! Individuals Can Force Government to Purge Records of Their First Amendment Activity
  • Encrypted DNS Could Help Close the Biggest Privacy Gap on the Internet. Why Are Some Groups Fighting Against It?
  • EFF to Third Circuit: Off-Campus Student Social Media Posts Entitled to Full First Amendment Protection
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  • Targets destroyed: Spectacular VIDEO shows Russia’s S-400 air defense system in action
  • London ‘reviewing’ diplomatic immunity rules after wife of US diplomat killed 19 yo in car crash & fled UK
  • Opioid crisis: Aberration, or logical outgrowth of for-profit US healthcare system?
  • ‘Not putting up with your Republican bulls**t!’: Angry liberals accost Rand Paul
  • Referendum on Trudeau: Liberals and Conservatives neck and neck as voters go to the polls in Canadian election
  • Trump ‘fully prepared’ for military action against Turkey – Pompeo
  • Turkey names banker US convicted of Iran sanctions-dodging as head of STOCK EXCHANGE
  • 'That girl is so beatable': UFC phenom Maycee Barber steps up attack on Paige VanZant (VIDEO)
  • ‘Something I’ll never forget’: Russian youngster Andrey Rublev on emotional Kremlin Cup win (VIDEO)
  • 'Have you no shame?': Bare Knuckle FC criticized after Antonio 'Bigfoot' Silva suffers inevitable KO defeat
  • Ditch the Kurds, grab the oil? Trump says US ‘never committed’ to Syrian allies, but SecDef says Washington still committed to oil
  • Top secret: Declassified files tell dramatic story of how first Soviet atomic bomb was made (PHOTOS)
  • HERESY IN THE VATICAN? Catholics steal the Pope’s ‘pagan’ fertility statues, dump them in river (VIDEO)
  • Netanyahu says he FAILED to form govt, his rival Gantz given 28 days to do the job
  • British uni students to examine ‘censored, gay, feminist, amateur’ PORN as part of ‘illuminating’ X-rated course
  • Ankara outlines 120km ‘safe zone’ plan ahead of key deadline – report
  • Real Madrid head to ‘hell’ as Zidane faces crunch Champions League encounter
  • World in flames: why are protests raging around the globe?
  • Lebanon’s govt announces economic reforms on 5th day of protests
  • Bot race! Mitt Romney admits he’s ‘Pierre Delecto,’ anon Twitter handle who ‘liked’ impeachment, never-Trumpers & Romney posts
  • Cheating master fail: Bangladeshi MP expelled from uni for hiring EIGHT LOOKALIKES to take exams for her
  • McGregor heads to Moscow: What can we expect from 'The Notorious' in Russia?
  • Saudi Arabia’s 100% hookah tax hike ignites social media fury
  • UK House Speaker Bercow blocks ‘meaningful vote’ on BoJo’s Brexit deal
  • Turkish police detain 3 pro-Kurdish party mayors over ‘terrorism’ links
  • WATCH: Rare glimpse of Julian Assange INSIDE prison van
  • ‘America is running away’: Irate Kurds pelt withdrawing US forces with vegetables (VIDEO)
  • ‘I can’t think properly’: Assange disoriented as court rejects delay for extradition proceedings
  • ‘Tickets to the cemetery’ await ISIS fighters if they decide to return to Chechnya from Syria, Kadyrov warns
  • ‘Inhuman’: Incredible Indonesian ‘Spiderwoman’ goes viral after smashing world speed-climbing record (VIDEO)
  • No military solutions to intl problems – Lavrov
  • Recession likely to be years away thanks to Trump’s bullish effect on market – Nobel prize winner Robert Shiller
  • Brazil plane crash leaves 3 dead after aircraft slams into cars (VIDEOS, PHOTOS)
  • Foreign-instigated color revolutions fuel global unrest, Beijing says in veiled attack on US
  • Lights out: MMA fighter gets sparked in the dark as lighting goes haywire at event in Russia (VIDEO)
  • ‘Come and take it’: Here’s what US troops left behind at abandoned base in Syria (PHOTOS)
  • Rich Chinese outnumber wealthy Americans for first time – Credit Suisse
  • 'My throat hurts all the time': Russian tennis ace Maria Sharapova on how 'grunting' during her matches takes its toll
  • WATCH migrants BURN CARS in protest against detention in a Maltese holding center
  • Hubble captures asteroid photobombing the Crab Nebula in incredibly-timed PHOTO
  • N. Ireland’s DUP signal they’ll reject customs union compromise, in Brexit blow for UK opposition parties
  • The Big One: Fear of catastrophic quake grows in California as dormant fault line moves for 1st time in 500yrs
  • 'In it for the long term': Manchester Utd exec insists US owners DO NOT plan to sell amid Saudi crown prince takeover talk
  • Pentagon chief Esper says keeping some troops in NE Syria under discussion
  • China doubles down on infrastructure projects as trade war with US drags on
  • Conor McGregor to hold Moscow press conference on Thursday after Khabib feud explodes again
  • Just going next door: More than 100 armored vehicles cross into Iraq as US troops withdraw from northern Syria
  • Tehran rejects Turkey’s establishing of military posts in Syria – ministry
  • Mysterious newly discovered virus DEFIES EVOLUTION, current scientific understanding
  • Actual PC police: British law enforcement allow convicted male rapists to identify as female
  • Turkish op in Syria may lead to ‘reverse migration’ of terrorists to their homelands, Russian defense minister warns
  • Australian media stages front-page ‘blackout’ to protest against govt clampdown on press freedom
  • Pyongyang says S. Korea, US must present new solutions for current standoff
  • PM Modi warns against efforts to ‘demonize’ technology in India, says AI can be harnessed to benefit mankind
  • Tornado causes havoc & damages houses as it rips through Dallas, Texas (PHOTOS, VIDEO)
  • 3yo child miraculously survives fall from balcony as it lands on passing rickshaw (VIDEO)
  • ‘We are at war!’ Chile extends curfew, 1,000s of soldiers patrol streets as death toll in violent riots mounts (PHOTOS, VIDEOS)
  • ‘Unique bird’: Putin’s gyrfalcon gift that ‘misbehaved’ at Saudi royal palace has its ancestry & hatching VIDEO revealed
  • Conor McGregor ‘set for Moscow visit’ after Khabib feud reignites
  • Hillary Clinton’s attacks on Tulsi Gabbard sow more Democratic division than Moscow could ever dream of
  • Leave nothing behind? US forces DESTROY own airfield, equipment as they flee northern Syria (PHOTOS)
  • Liverpool snatch late draw at Manchester Utd but Klopp's men see record bid end
  • 3 US soldiers killed, 3 injured in Georgia training accident
  • Andy Murray breaks down in tears after claiming first ATP title since returning from surgery (VIDEO)
  • ‘Difficult to beat US skaters in North America’: Renowned Russian coach blasts ‘home soil’ judging at Skate America
  • Krem de la Krem! Russian rising star Rublev clinches Kremlin Cup 2019 on his 22nd birthday in Moscow
  • 4 killed as Bangladesh police fire at protesters outraged by defamatory Facebook post on Prophet Mohammed
  • Get the cluck out: Gay rights group claims victory as UK’s first Chick-Fil-A shut down
  • ‘Taken out of context’: NFL legend Brady denies Netflix massage parlor cameo was a jibe at Patriots owner Kraft
  • Donald Trump thanks Pentagon chief Mark ‘Esperanto’ for ‘securing oil’ in Syria, whatever that might mean
  • Swiss tennis star Belinda Bencic wins Kremlin Cup 2019 with victory over Pavlyuchenko in Moscow
  • Russian ‘Bazooka Arms’ takes on blogger in MMA bout – and gets beaten (VIDEO)
  • US Army to test ‘mystery materials’ owned by Blink-182 frontman’s UFO group at government facilities – report
  • India set to eclipse US with global economic growth share by 2024
  • Whoops, sorry! Hong Kong protesters leave apologetic graffiti after vandalizing ‘wrong’ bank (PHOTOS)
  • Just dropping by: Incredible scenes as man PARACHUTES onto pitch in middle of Sassuolo vs Inter Milan Serie A match (VIDEO)
  • Menstrual cycles are for everyone? ‘Always’ removes female symbol from sanitary pads following trans activists’ complaints
  • ‘Destroying women's sports’: Fury after transgender cyclist Rachel McKinnon defends world title
  • Pope’s ‘eRosary’ tech bracelet can be corrupted by data-stealing demons
  • Protesters hurl petrol bombs at police station as Hong Kong descends into chaos (VIDEOS)
  • Golden shield: Russian bullion reserves will protect country against slump in oil prices
  • Vegas high roller: Russian quad-jumping sensation Shcherbakova steals show at 2019 Skate America in Las Vegas
  • Man Utd preparing for new multibillion-dollar takeover bid from Saudi crown prince – reports
  • Did NASA even exist then? Clinton lampooned for claiming space agency ENDED her childhood dreams of becoming astronaut
  • Plan B: UK govt launches Yellowhammer op as ministers prepare for potential no-deal Brexit
  • Syria’s Raqqa province begins reviving destroyed oil & gas fields
  • Coming back to another warzone: US troops leaving Syria will find ‘home’ in… western Iraq
  • Shotgun carrying student disarmed and HUGGED by high school football coach
  • Clashes along Kashmir border as India claims 2 soldiers & 1 civilian killed in Pakistani attack
  • First F-35 landing on Royal Navy’s new aircraft carrier goes awry after pilot trips and falls on his FACE (VIDEO)
  • ‘Hillary’s gone Crazy!’ Russian puppet Trump (almost) blows his cover standing up for Kremlin assets Gabbard & Stein
  • ‘Iranian threat’ gives Israel ‘fundamental right, even obligation’ to bomb whomever it wants – Pompeo
  • Chilean military declares curfew, president vows to reverse transport fare hike after mayhem in Santiago kills 3 (PHOTOS, VIDEOS)
  • ‘Russians will have a fight on their hands!’ Alaska governor vows to thwart ‘independence referendum & annexation’ in prank call
  • Russian youngster Rublev beats Cilic to seal spot in Kremlin Cup final
  • Perfectly preserved 3,000yo MUMMIES found in newly-discovered Egyptian sarcophagi (PHOTO, VIDEO)
  • Labour celebrates ‘pyrrhic victory,’ but Boris Johnson’s plan is a done deal – George Galloway
  • Russia's Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova sets up Kremlin Cup final date with Swiss star Belinda Bencic
  • Makers of controversial Trump ‘shooting’ video respond to criticism with more memes
  • Russian ice hockey host proclaims herself ‘the sexiest in the KHL’ – but she faces some red-hot competition... (PHOTOS)

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  • Army averts apparent attempt to sabotage protests
  • Army averts apparent attempt to sabotage protests
  • A motorcade that allegedly included supporters of the Amal Movement and Hezbollah threatened Monday evening to sabotage protests taking place in Beirut’s Central District.
  • Retrospective on Leonardo’s life and work at Louvre
  • Retrospective on Leonardo’s life and work
  • France’s Louvre Museum, home to Leonardo da Vinci’s Mona Lisa, is putting the final touches to one of the biggest ever exhibitions of the Italian master’s work with the presence of the world’s most expensive painting agonizingly unresolved.
  • Sculptor transforms Rome’s tree stumps into art
  • Sculptor transforms Rome’s tree stumps into art
  • Andrea Gandini, a 22-year-old Roman sculptor, is making a growing name for himself by turning the Eternal City’s tree stumps into much-admired pieces of art.
  • Home Works 8 postponed indefinitely
  • Home Works 8 postponed indefinitely
  • Home Works 8 was postponed indefinitely Monday and Ashkal Alwan, the event’s organizers, pointedly refrained from expressing the pro forma regrets usually accompanying such announcements.
  • City still not clinical enough to win CL: Guardiola
  • City still not clinical enough to win CL: coach
  • Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola believes the English champions are still not strong enough at either end of the field to count themselves as realistic contenders to win the Champions League for the first time.
  • Pochettino not going gray over Spurs speculation
  • Pochettino not going gray over Spurs speculation
  • Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino accepted Monday his job will come under scrutiny if he fails to rally the flagging fortunes of last season’s Champions League finalists.
  • Ronaldo happy with ‘more attacking’ Juventus
  • Ronaldo happy with ‘more attacking’ Juventus
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  • Did Trans Activists ‘Force’ Procter & Gamble to Remove Female Symbol from Some Period Products?
  • Trump Viewed Ukraine as Adversary, Not Ally, Witnesses Say
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