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  • Another BGP Outage Thanks to Verizon and a BGP Optimizer
  • Ubuntu Backtracks on Removing 32-Bit Compatibility
  • Settling the Debate on Serotonin's Role in Sleep
  • An Army of Robot Surveillance Guards is Coming
  • Prolonged Transmission of a Resistant Bacterial Strain in a Northern California Hospital
  • Solar Activity Forecast for Next Decade is Looking Up
  • Calibration Method Improves Scientific Research Performed With Smartphone Cameras
  • Bill Gates Calls Losing the Smartphone Market to Android His "Greatest Mistake"
  • Ecuador Judge Frees Swedish Programmer Close to Assange; Probe Continues
  • U.S. Supreme Court Strikes Down Ban on "Immoral", "Scandalous" Symbols and Language in Trademarks
  • 13 Minutes to the Moon
  • NSA Contributing Low-Level Code to Coreboot UEFI BIOS Alternative
  • Thermal Vision Highlights Uranus's Rarely-seen Rings
  • Artificial Muscles Run on Glucose and Oxygen, Just Like the Real Thing
  • Falcon Heavy to Launch STP-2; 4-Hour Window Opens @ 2019-06-25 2:30am EDT (2019-06-25 0630 UTC)
  • NASA's Curiosity Rover Makes Surprising Methane Discovery on Mars
  • Raspberry Pi 4 Model B Launched
  • China is Harvesting Organs from Detainees, UK Tribunal Concludes
  • FCC Set to Pre-Empt San Francisco Broadband Infrastructure Sharing
  • Site Issues are Probably Upstream Connectivity Issues [Updated]
  • Argentina's Blackout and the Storm-Battered Future of the Grid
  • Potent Firefox 0-Day Used to Install Undetected Backdoors on Macs
  • Manufacturing Memory Means Scribing Silicon in a Sea of Sensors
  • Alaskan Ranch Offers "Reindeer Yoga"
  • Supreme Court Ruling Allows Property Owners to Go Directly to Federal Court Over Local Regulations
  • DC Comics Shuts Down "Vertigo" and Other Labels
  • Americans Polled on Attitudes Toward the Space Program
  • Genius Mouse Experiment Reveals How Temperature Affects Our Dreams at Night
  • Flying Taxis for Paris 2024 Olympics in the Works
  • Better 'Female Viagra' Approved by FDA
  • Google to Reimplement Curl in Libcrurl
  • Why Brilliant People Lose Their Touch
  • New York to Approve One of the World’s Most Ambitious Climate Plans
  • Critical Flaw in Evernote Add-On Exposed Sensitive Data of Millions
  • 7nm AMD EPYC "Rome" CPU W/ 64C/128T to Cost $8K (56 Core Intel Xeon: $25K-50K)
  • SSH Gets Protection Against Side Channel Attacks
  • New Monopoly Game has Voice-Activated Bank to Prevent Cheating
  • European Space Agency Will Launch Comet Interceptor Mission
  • We’re One Step Closer to Atomic Radio
  • Huawei Soldiers on, Announces Nova 5 and Kirin 810
  • Narwhals and Belugas Can Interbreed
  • A Tale of Two Cities: Why Ransomware Will Just Get Worse
  • Bitcoin Rises Above $10,000 for the First Time in a Year
  • Canadian City Loses $500,000 to Phishing Attack
  • Capt. 'Sully' Sullenberger and Boeing 737 Max News
  • Debunked: The Absurd Story About Smartphones Causing Kids to Sprout Horns
  • Quantum Supremacy and Neven's Law
  • Nvidia Supercomputer to Crunch Autonomous Vehicles Data
  • Unmanned Autonomous Vehicles Cleared to Operate in Florida
  • Early/Regular Cannabis Use by Youth Associated With Alteration in Cognitive Control Brain Circuits
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  • 'Climate Apartheid': UN Expert Says Human Rights May Not Survive
  • Boeing Has So Many Grounded 737 Max Planes Waiting To Be Fixed They're Parking Them in the Employee Parking Lot
  • Microsoft Announces OneDrive Personal Vault For Sensitive Files
  • China's Biggest Startups Ditch Oracle and IBM for Home-Made Tech
  • US Bill To Force Tech Giants To Tell Users How Much Their Data is Worth
  • Hackers Steal Data From Telcos in Espionage Campaign
  • New York City's Public Libraries to End Film Streaming Through Kanopy
  • Bernie Sanders Proposes Forgiving the Student Debt of 45 Million Americans
  • FedEx Sues US Government Over 'Impossible' Task of Policing Exports To China
  • Apple's Seattle Workforce Will Quintuple By 2024
  • SpaceX Successfully Launches Falcon Heavy Rocket With Two Flight-Proven Booster Cores
  • US Senators Want Social Media Firms To Tell Users How Much Their Data Is Worth
  • Google's New Media Literacy Program Teaches Kids How To Spot Disinformation, Fake News
  • Apple Cites Irrelevant Spotify Subscription Stats In New Antitrust Defense
  • Small Slug Blamed For Power Failure On Japan's High-Speed Rail Network
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  • Hubble is the Ultimate Multitasker: Discovering Asteroids While it’s Doing Other Observations
  • Uranus’ Rings are Surprisingly Bright in Thermal Emissions
  • Messier 88 – the NGC 4501 Spiral Galaxy
  • NASA Model Shows Greenland’s Ice Sheet Will Disappear Over the Next 1000 Years, Raising Sea Levels by 7 Meters
  • Deep Space Atomic Clocks Will Help Spacecraft Answer, with Incredible Precision, if They’re There Yet
  • Enceladus is Filled with Tasty Food for Bacteria
  • Want to Find Aliens? The Largest Dataset in the History of SETI has Been Released to the Public
  • Stunning Image Shows How Saturn’s Tiny Moon Sculpts the Planet’s Rings
  • Two Earth-Like Worlds Found Orbiting a Red Dwarf Only 12.5 Light-Years Away
  • Competition Will Let You Name an Exoplanet
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  • Canonical returning 32-bit Ubuntu Linux support after gaming uproar
  • Linux Mint Challenges Windows 10 In Small Business Productivity Speed Tests
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  • AWS Security Hub takes half-hearted bite out of SIEM vendors' lunches
  • It's a fullblown Crysis: Gamers press pause on PC purchases, shipments freeze
  • The Eldritch Horror of Date Formatting is visited upon Tesco
  • McAfee sues ship-jumping sales staff over trade secret theft allegations
  • Don't make a FOSS: Apache Software Foundation Board bids farewell to co-founder and two big hitters
  • Open-heart nerdery: Boffins suggest identifying and logging in people using ECGs
  • The in and outs of Microsoft's new Windows Terminal
  • We've Falcon caught it! SpaceX finally nets a fairing half after a successful Heavy launch
  • UK police want to Airwave hello to some more mobile devices – survey
  • Please stop regulating the dumb tubes, says Internet Society boss
  • The Great IoT Protocol War may have been won: Thread's 1.2 release aims at business
  • Sputnik? No, comrade, this is Spunknik: Frozen sperm manages to survive zero-grav in this totally realistic test
  • What the cell...? Telcos around the world were so severely pwned, they didn't notice the hackers setting up VPN points
  • Remember that crypto-exchange boss who mysteriously died after his customers' coins disappeared? Of course he totally stole them
  • Mayday, mayday. Cray, you cray cray: Investor attempts to halt HPE's $1.3bn biz gobble
  • Biz tells ransomware victims it can decrypt their files... by secretly paying off the crooks and banking a fat margin
  • It's official. You can get FUCT, US Supremes tell scandalized bureaucrats in rude trademark spat
  • Iran is doing to our networks what it did to our spy drone, claims Uncle Sam: Now they're bombing our hard drives
  • BGP super-blunder: How Verizon today sparked a 'cascading catastrophic failure' that knackered Cloudflare, Amazon, etc
  • Apple sued over fondleslab death blaze: iPad battery blamed for deadly New Jersey apartment fire
  • Packet hauls microservers out of dusty grave: Whoa! Necromancy is really edgy
  • One goes up, one stays on the ground and one gets ready: It's a week in space
  • Bill G on Microsoft's biggest blunder... Was it Bing, Internet Explorer, Vista, the antitrust row?
  • Cloudflare hits the deck, websites sink from sight after the internet springs yet another BGP leak
  • EE-k, a hundred grand! BT's mobile arm slapped for sending 2.5m+ unwanted texts
  • Out of Steam? Wine draining away? Ubuntu's 64-bit-only x86 decision is causing migraines
  • Curioser and curioser: Little Mars rover sniffs out highest ever levels of methane
  • The Windows Terminal turns up in the Microsoft Store
  • Cisco cleans up critical flaws, Florida city forks out $600k to ransomware scumbags, and more from infosec land
  • Remember the Nominet 100m dot-uk windfall it claims doesn't exist? Well, it's already begun
  • Driving Xtreme Cuts: DXC Technology waves bye bye to 45% of Americas Security divison
  • Having bank problems? I feel bad for you son: I've got 25 million problems, but a bulk upload ain't one
  • Go fourth and multi-Pi: Raspberry Pi 4 lands today with quad 1.5GHz Arm Cortex-A72 CPU cores, up to 4GB RAM...
  • Get a grip on Lambda, Kubernetes, Azure Functions, and more, at Serverless Computing London – save £100s today with blind bird tix
  • Yay, for AI: Autonomous pizza-delivery robots. Nay for AI: Big Brother is real and it's powered by neural networks
  • Chrome ad-blocker crackdown preview due late July. Here's a half-dozen reasons why add-on devs are still upset
  • 'Bulls%^t! Complete bull$h*t!' Reset the clock on the last time woke Linus Torvalds exploded at a Linux kernel dev
  • You're Huawei off base on this, Rubio: Lawyers slam US senator's bid to ban Chinese giant from filing patent lawsuits
  • Enterprise hardware makers cry out as hyperscalers clip infrastructure spending
  • There's that phrase again: JP Morgan CIO told Autonomy's first HP boss it was 'a shit show'
  • UK.gov must sort out its crap data and legacy IT, warns spending watchdog
  • Summer's here, where's Windows 10 19H2? For Microsoft, spring ends whenever the heck it says so stop asking
  • Welsh chip slinger IQE's shares drop by a third after blaming Huawei ban for falling revenues
  • Bloody vultures! Cheeky Spanish paraglider firm pinched El Reg's mascot
  • Red Hat signs off last set of numbers before it is likely gobbled by IBM
  • Hello Moto! UK Home Office shoves comms giant another 82m to stay on Emergency Services Network gig
  • Hot desk hell: Staff spend two weeks a year looking for seats in open-plan offices
  • NVMe. We've written about it. You know all about it. But are you using it? We'd love to hear your thoughts
  • Good old British 'fair play' is the answer to vexed Huawei question, claims security minister
  • Queue baa, Libra: People will buy what Facebook's selling. They shouldn't, but they will

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  • GitLab 12.0
  • Three stable kernel updates
  • Security updates for Tuesday
  • Introducing people.kernel.org
  • Changes at the Apache Software Foundation
  • [$] Lockdown as a security module
  • Canonical backtracks on i386 packages
  • Two years of postmarketOS
  • Security updates for Monday
  • Kernel prepatch 5.2-rc6
  • Weekend stable kernel updates
  • [$] FreeBSD turns 26
  • [$] Statistics from the 5.2 kernel — and before
  • Huang: Open Source Could Be a Casualty of the Trade War
  • Security updates for Friday
  • 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
  • EFF to the California DOJ: Enforce the Prohibition on Assisting Immigration Enforcement
  • Congress Should Not Rush to Regulate Deepfakes
  • The FCC Is Siding With Landlords and Comcast Over Tenants Who Want Broadband Choices
  • Hearing Wednesday: California Should Audit Use of License Plate Data
  • California’s ISP Deregulation Law Allows Recording VoIP Calls without Consent
  • Sen. Hawley’s “Bias” Bill Would Let the Government Decide Who Speaks
  • Massachusetts Can Become a National Leader to Stop Face Surveillance
  • The Lofgren-Amash Amendment Would Check Warrantless Surveillance
  • Certbot's Website Gets a Refresh
  • EFF's Recommendations for Consumer Data Privacy Laws
  • Congress Should Pass the Protecting Data at the Border Act
  • Details of Justice Department Efforts To Break Encryption of Facebook Messenger Must Be Made Public, EFF Tells Court
  • Experts Warn Congress: Proposed Changes to Patent Law Would Thwart Innovation
  • Social Media Platforms Increase Transparency About Content Removal Requests, But Many Keep Users in the Dark When Their Speech Is Censored, EFF Report Shows
  • EFF to U.N.: Ola Bini's Case Highlights The Dangers of Vague Cybercrime Law
  • How LBS Innovations Keeps Trying to Monopolize Online Maps
  • EFF’s Newest Advisory Board Member: Michael R. Nelson
  • California: No Face Recognition on Body-Worn Cameras
  • Five California Cities Are Trying to Kill an Important Location Privacy Bill
  • EFF and Open Rights Group Defend the Right to Publish Open Source Software to the UK Government
  • Hearing Tuesday: EFF Will Voice Support For California Bill Reining In Law Enforcement Use of Facial Recognition
  • Adversarial Interoperability: Reviving an Elegant Weapon From a More Civilized Age to Slay Today's Monopolies
  • Same Problem, Different Day: Government Accountability Office Updates Its Review of FBI’s Use of Face Recognition—and It’s Still Terrible
  • 30 Years Since Tiananmen Square: The State of Chinese Censorship and Digital Surveillance
  • EFF Tells Congress: Don’t Throw Out Good Patent Laws
  • Hearing Today: EFF Staff Attorney Alex Moss Will Testify About Proposed Changes to Patent Law That Will Benefit Trolls, Foster Bad Patents
  • Caught in the Net: The Impact of ‘Extremist’ Speech Regulations on Human Rights Content
  • Research Shows Publishers Benefit Little From Tracking Ads
  • The Impact of "Extremist" Speech Regulations on Human Rights Content
  • AT&T Sues California to Prevent Oversight Over IP Based 911 Calls Using State Law AT&T Supported and Wants Renewed
  • A Terrible Patent Bill is On the Way
  • EFF Receives $300,000 Donation from Craig Newmark Philanthropies to Support Threat Lab
  • Fines Aren’t Enough: Here’s How the FTC Can Make Facebook Better
  • EFF Asks San Bernardino Court to Review Cell-Site Simulator and Digital Search Warrants That Are Likely Improperly Sealed
  • If Regulators Won’t Stop The Sale of Cell Phone Users’ Location Data, Consumers Must
  • 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 Anonymity 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
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  • UFC 239: Jon Jones looks to extend his legacy on the sport's biggest stage
  • VIDEO of Indian mob lynching Muslim while forcing him to praise Hindu gods sparks national outrage
  • Trapped in simulation: Can computer models replace real testing of passenger aircraft?
  • Goad, threaten, backtrack: Trump & Bolton’s Iran policy is confusing, dangerous & achieves NOTHING
  • Pakistani politician & journalist exchange blows in live TV outburst (VIDEO)
  • Sport or street hobby? Breakdancing and skateboarding provisionally added to Paris 2024 Olympics
  • Locals on lockdown as huge fire breaks out in Spanish plastics plant (PHOTOS, VIDEO)
  • Melania Trump’s media liaison Stephanie Grisham named new White House press secretary
  • ‘All Russians are bastards!’ declares Ukrainian delegate to PACE
  • ‘Russian Atlantis’ where women were revered unearthed in Siberia (PHOTOS)
  • ‘It didn’t cause famine’: Petition to replace Churchill statue with giant ROBOT ruffles tabloids
  • Trump accuser says most people think of rape as ‘sexy’ in controversial CNN interview
  • India to ‘make clear’ to US that S-400 deal with Moscow ‘can’t be wished away’ – report
  • ‘Trump & Kim’ spotted out and about in Tokyo (VIDEO, PHOTOS)
  • Facebook to give French courts data on hate speech suspects, says minister
  • ‘How many has US killed?’ Zarif slams Washington hypocrisy, says Iran will never produce nukes
  • Trump threatens Iran with ‘OBLITERATION’ by ‘overwhelming force’ if it attacks ‘anything American’
  • Wimbledon 2019: Sweeping rule changes implemented for 133rd edition of tournament
  • Huawei dominates global race to 5G despite pressure from Washington
  • Wimbledon 2019: Rafael Nadal slams tournament organizers over unique seeding criteria
  • S-300 theft fail: Pole jailed for 14 years after attempting to steal Russian missile system parts
  • ‘Everyone prefers their own race’: British musician Morrissey reaffirms support for anti-Islam party
  • Is George Osborne a ‘menace’ for the UK? RT’s Keiser Report digs into ex-chancellor’s Ponzi scheme
  • ‘Unacceptable’ to lump Iran together with ISIS as Middle East’s ‘chief security threat’ – Moscow
  • Russia’s advanced S-500 SAM ‘ready for series production’ – minister
  • 'Ty ponimayesh?' UFC's Henry Cejudo continues goading of Lomachenko with Russian message
  • Former Sacramento Kings executive jailed for defrauding team of $13.4 million
  • ‘State secret?’ Defiant BoJo fails 26 times to answer ... was photo with girlfriend ‘STAGED’?
  • Cops release bodycam footage of actor Jussie Smollett in noose after ‘attack’ (VIDEO)
  • 'Naughty round of golf': UK company offers event with naked women and 'forbidden pleasures'
  • Violence escalates at Honduras student protests amid molotov cocktails & police fire (VIDEOS)
  • Russian MP brands NATO chief ‘irresponsible babbler’ over ‘Russian INF non-compliance’ claim
  • $300 oil? US war with Iran spells catastrophe for global economy, expert tells RT
  • Wantaway Neymar agrees cut-price deal to end PSG spell and return to Barcelona - report
  • Wlad's glad: Wladimir Klitschko reveals relief after being saved from burning yacht
  • ‘Dialogue at gunpoint’: Bolton says Iran’s ‘silence’ is DEAFENING while it’s actually pretty vocal
  • Knitting website unravels ‘white supremacy’ by… gagging Trump fans
  • ‘Forced abortion’ decision overturned in case of 22-weeks-pregnant mentally ill woman
  • Huawei ready to ink ‘no-back-door’ agreement with Indian govt to abate spying fears
  • US shale an 'unmitigated disaster' with industry hundreds of billions in debt - shale pioneer
  • Conspiracy aside: Russian military plane in Venezuela ‘for maintenance of supplied equipment’
  • Google pulls videos accusing it of election manipulation from YouTube... which it owns
  • SpaceX loses Falcon Heavy center core in fiery explosion during failed landing (VIDEO)
  • US sanctions on Khamenei & Zarif ‘close path of diplomacy’ – Iran
  • Mexico sends 15,000 troops to US border in all-out push to halt migrant tide & avoid Trump's tariffs
  • Pompeo ‘is still a CIA director who takes over State Department’ – China’s Global Times editor
  • Kalashnikov unveils next-gen kamikaze drone (PHOTOS, VIDEOS)
  • Soyuz brings Space Station Expedition 59 back to Earth (VIDEOS)
  • Soros & US billionaires call for new wealth tax; public reacts with instinctive skepticism
  • India annuls Israeli missile deal in favor of domestic alternative… again?
  • PACE invites Russia back to European human rights body
  • White House confirms Trump meetings with Putin, Modi, Xi & others at G20
  • Russia, US & Israel hold security talks as Middle East turns into ‘battlefield’ against Iran
  • Russian ‘military plane’ lands in Venezuela (PHOTOS)
  • Russian frigate arrives in Cuba under watchful eye of US Navy (VIDEO, PHOTOS)
  • Insider exposes Google’s efforts to influence 2020 election against Trump
  • Soon-to-be sanctioned Iran FM says Trump is ‘100% RIGHT’ on less US presence in Persian Gulf
  • Royal Marines investigated as UK top brass fear video of ‘Nazi initiation’ could leak online
  • It’s in your blood: New Alzheimer’s test lets doctors detect dementia in ‘under 1 hour’
  • Bad unless Obama does it? Biden slams Trump for immigration policies he once supported
  • 'Happy and proud': Son of late footballer Jose Antonio Reyes inks deal with Real Madrid
  • Sanctions on Russia can be lifted ‘at any time’ – French PM
  • To Dotard, love Rocket Man? Kim & Trump confirmed as ‘friendly’ pen pals despite disagreements
  • 'We made history': Icons Cristiano Ronaldo and Michael Jordan compare notes on vacation
  • Cejudo's Loma callout shows MMA fighters should stay in their lane & drop the obsession with boxing
  • Bangladesh ‘Tree Man’ begs for hands to be CUT OFF after undergoing 25 surgeries
  • VIDEO shows German Eurofighter jet plummeting to ground after mid-air collision
  • Italy on ice: Milan and Cortina selected to host 2026 Winter Olympics
  • No limits: British tennis player with just eight fingers gets Wimbledon wild card
  • UK academic faces dismissal over criticism of LGBT training in universities
  • Oman denies helping Trump to warn Iran about impending US attack
  • Judge condemned for forcing woman with mental diabilities to have abortion
  • Done deal: Turkey says it ‘already bought’ Russian S-400 & US sanctions won’t change that
  • Trump announces sanctions targeting Iranian supreme leader in response to shooting down of drone
  • Suspected terrorist plotting US embassy attack arrested in Belgium
  • Trump tells countries to PAY UP if they want US protection in Strait of Hormuz
  • Venezuela’s oil production set for another drop
  • 'Go sleep him, Artem!': Former opponent gives Lobov motivation ahead of bare-knuckle brawl (VIDEO)
  • Washington lives in ‘perverse state’ of self-induced panic – China on Huawei scare
  • Sanctions level 90? US embargoes popular VIDEO GAME in Iran & Syria
  • ‘What the hell is that?’ Fans fume at Barca’s ‘cake’ tweet for Lionel Messi’s birthday
  • Lionel Messi turns 32: But are his best moments already behind him?
  • Russia extends counter-sanctions against US, EU & allies through 2020
  • 2 Eurofighter jets crash into each other over Germany (VIDEO)
  • Indian hero pilot’s facial hair must be declared ‘national mustache’ – Congress leader
  • US deploying missiles along Russia's borders could lead to ‘new Cuban crisis’ – Russia's deputy FM
  • What’s the story Sadiq Khan? Oasis legend Liam Gallagher slams London mayor over knife crime
  • ‘Unprofessional’: Olympic champ Alina Zagitova’s coach accused of stealing US dancer’s moves
  • Bitcoin’s back! BTC blows past $11,000, up almost 300% this year
  • West ‘turns blind eye’ to ‘ultra-nationalists’ rioting when it comes to Georgia – Moscow
  • Beijing could blacklist FedEx as ‘unreliable entity’ after another Huawei delivery screw-up
  • NFL star Cam Newton DENIED as he offers airline passenger $1,500 to switch seats (VIDEO)
  • Tory MPs could bring down a Boris Johnson govt that backs ‘no-deal’ Brexit – defense minister
  • Japanese zoo’s utterly bizarre lion escape drill goes viral (VIDEO)
  • 'We had to put it all aside': O.J. Simpson reflects on the race divide during his NFL career
  • Billionaire Arkady Rotenberg discusses Putin friendship & Western sanctions fight in rare interview
  • Down the yellow brick road: China buying gold & dumping dollar assets as trade war with US escalates
  • ‘We can do it again’: Iran ready to shoot down more US drones, Navy chief says
  • 1 killed by ‘projectile,’ 70+ injured after massive blast in ammo depot in Kazakhstan (VIDEO)
  • ‘I went home devastated’: Sick Gazan newborns die alone in hospital as mom denied access by Israel

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  • Ethiopia holds memorial for slain military chief
  • Ethiopia holds memorial for slain military chief
  • Ethiopia held a memorial Tuesday for the army chief of staff slain at the weekend along with four other senior officials as part of what authorities describe as a foiled plot to seize control of Amhara region.
  • Helsinki, Mueller shadow Trump-Putin meet
  • Helsinki, Mueller shadow Trump-Putin meet
  • The shadow of Helsinki lingers. Uncertainties about Russia’s past and future election interference continue. And tensions are high over hot spots from Iran to Venezuela.
  • Hackers steal data from telcos in espionage campaign
  • Hackers steal data from telcos in espionage campaign
  • Hackers broke into the systems of more than a dozen global telecom firms and stole huge amounts of data in a seven-year spying campaign, researchers from a cybersecurity company said, identifying links to previous Chinese cyber-espionage activities.
  • Nicaragua puffs up status in premium cigars
  • Nicaragua puffs up status in premium cigars
  • From “rich and full-bodied” to “complex with hints of licorice,” aficionados exhaust the lexicon to capture the essence of Nicaragua’s most highly-prized produce - not wine, but cigars, which are especially popular in the United States.
  • Venus de Milo to get an extra whiff of glamour
  • Venus de Milo to get an extra whiff of glamour
  • She was one of the great beauties of antiquity, and soon we are going to find out what the “Venus de Milo” smells like.
  • Campbell says racial diversity in fashion should not be just a trend
  • Campbell says racial diversity in fashion should not be just a trend
  • Racial diversity in fashion has improved in recent years, but the industry must not treat it like a catwalk trend, British model Naomi Campbell told Reuters.
  • Ethiopia holds memorial for slain military chief
  • UN's Guterres seeks funding for agency helping Palestinians
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  • Scientists on Madeira See New ‘Plasticrust’ Sea Pollution
  • Driver Pleads Not Guilty in Motorcycle Crash That Killed 7
  • More Than 100 Migrant Kids Moved Back to Troubled Facility
  • Do Photos Show Children at Detention Center Under Trump’s Watch?
  • Did an Ala. Court Force Rape Survivor to Allow Rapist to Visit Their Children?
  • Prince Harry, Meghan’s Home Renovations Cost Taxpayers $3M
  • Poll: Democrats Most Excited By Experience in Office
  • Tributes to Michael Jackson Flow on 10th Death Anniversary
  • White House Threatens to Veto Aid Bill for Migrant Families
  • Historical Marker Commemorates Reported Alien Abduction
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  • Can Emmanuel Macron Stem the Populist Tide?
  • The Hidden Cost of GoFundMe Health Care
  • Can Modern Dance Be Preserved?
  • Zion Williamson and the N.B.A. Draftees Usher in a New Era of Basketball
  • The Paternity Reveal
  • Briefly Noted Book Reviews
  • The Ecstatic Doubling of “A Strange Loop”
  • Meredith Monk’s “ATLAS” and the L.A. Phil’s Extraordinary Season
  • Why Weather Forecasting Keeps Getting Better
  • “Toy Story 4” and “Wild Rose,” Reviewed
  • Rent-Stabilized and Nervous in the East Village
  • Sandra Bernhard on Leaving Bitchy Behind
  • What Is It with Millennials and Cactuses?
  • What Would New York Be Without the Beatles?
  • What Will Follow Trump’s Cancelled Strike on Iran?
  • Singin’ in the Acid Rain
  • Slide Show: New Yorker Cartoons July 1, 2019
  • “Son of Friedman,” by Emma Cline
  • “American Sonnet for My Past and Future Assassin,” by Terrance Hayes
  • “Love Poem,” by Linda Gregerson
  • Teyana Taylor’s Pride Island Magnificence
  • A Tel Aviv Restaurant Brings Bacchanalia and Technique to Hell’s Kitchen
  • The Mail
  • Proper Uses for a One-Piece Swimsuit with the Stomach Cut Out
  • Revisiting Judith Krantz’s “Scruples,” a Novel with a Passion for Clothes
  • Daily Cartoon: Tuesday, June 25th
  • Coming Up on the Beatles Network
  • The Death of Simaro Lutumba Closes a Chapter of Congolese Music
  • Emma Cline Reads “Son of Friedman”
  • Trump Sanctions Iran’s Supreme Leader, but to What End?
  • ICE Agents Are Losing Patience with Trump’s Chaotic Immigration Policy
  • World Cup 2019: There’s Not Going to Be a Marta Forever
  • Belligerence
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