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  • Clearview AI Reports Entire Client List Was Stolen
  • Diabetes In Mice Cured Rapidly Using Human Stem Cell Strategy
  • Tesla Crash Likely Caused by Video Game Distraction
  • Researchers Turn Bacterial Cell into Biological Computer
  • Microsoft Uses Its Expertise In Malware To Help With Fileless Attack Detection On Linux
  • Firefox Turns Encrypted DNS On By Default To Thwart Snooping ISPs
  • Roundup of Stories about the SARS-CoV-2 Coronavirus and COVID-19 Disease
  • A New World Record for the Conversion of Solar Energy to Electricity Using Quantum Dots
  • Empathy Can be Detected in People Whose Brains are at Rest: Findings May Help Health Care Profession
  • Pot Dealer's Seized €54M Bitcoins Up in Smoke After Keys Thrown Out With Fishing Gear
  • Google Patches Chrome Browser Zero-Day Bug, Under Attack
  • Netflix Adding Top-10 Chart to Show what Everyone Else is Watching
  • Put Your Finger Print on a Porsche, Officially
  • China's Homegrown Zhaoxin KaiXian CPU Used in a Mini-PC
  • Removing a GPS Tracking Device from Your Car Isn't Theft, Court Rules [Updated]
  • Samsung Announces Mass Production of 16 GB LPDDR5 DRAM Packages
  • An Innovative Mechanical Controller Design for Robot-Assisted Surgery
  • Fox Could Buy Tubi While NBCUniversal Eyes Vudu
  • 'Several Dozen' Hurt after Car Rams German Carnival Parade
  • Creating Custom Light Using 2D Materials
  • 10,000 Times Faster Calculations of Many-body Quantum Dynamics Possible
  • Why Fixing Security Vulnerabilities in Medical Devices, IoT is So Hard
  • Microsoft's Next-Gen Xbox Will Use AMD's RDNA 2 GPU Architecture, 12 TeraFLOPS
  • Potentially Safer Hydrogenation Processes Developed
  • NASA Selects 18 Research CubeSats as Secondary Payloads; Rocket Lab Will Send CubeSat to Lunar Orbit
  • Here’s what People Had to Say about JavaScript in 1995
  • An Optimized Structure of Memristive Device for Neuromorphic Computing Systems
  • Get Ready for Price Hikes Up to 10% Annually After Sale of .org Registry
  • Apple Drops a Bomb on Long-Life HTTPS Certificates
  • Verizon is Reportedly Shelving Further Plans to Sell Pixel Phones
  • Powerful Antibiotic Discovered Using Machine Learning for First Time
  • This App Lets You See IoT Devices Around You and What Data They're Taking
  • SMS Attack Spreads Emotet, Steals Bank Credentials
  • Mathematicians Propose New Way of Using Neural Networks to Work With Noisy, High-Dimensional Data
  • Locust Swarms Arrive in South Sudan, Threatening More Misery
  • Canadian Privacy Commissioners to Investigate "Creepy" Facial Recognition Firm Clearview AI
  • "Mad" Mike Hughes Dies in Rocket Crash
  • Mashing May Mitigate Mars Mole Meandering
  • Large Kuiper Belt Object 2007 OR10 Finally Given a Name: Gonggong
  • Elon Musk's Boring Company Finishes First Tunnel for 155mph Vegas Loop
  • Radical Hydrogen-Boron Reactor Leapfrogs Current Nuclear Fusion Tech
  • How Does Starlink Work Anyway?
  • Meta: Conspicuous Privacy Policy
  • JAXA Approves Phobos Sample Return Mission, Set for 2024 Launch
  • Pwns for Sale: Scythe Prepares a Marketplace for Sharing Simulated Hacks
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  • Cyber-Attack Hits US Department of Defence Agency - May/July 2019
  • Chemists Use Mass Spectrometry Tools to Determine Age of Fingerprints
  • Google Parent Company Alphabet Pulls the Plug on Power-Generating Kite Project
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  • Starbucks Embraces Fake Meat, Starting In Canada
  • Trump Puts Mike Pence In Charge of Response To Coronavirus, Says US Risk 'Remains Very Low'
  • LG's New V60 ThinQ Is a Huge Phone With a Removable Second Screen
  • Konami Code Creator Kazuhisa Hashimoto Dies At 61
  • Panasonic Is Ending Its Solar Cell Partnership With Tesla
  • First Amendment Doesn't Apply On YouTube; Judges Reject PragerU Lawsuit
  • Facebook Would Have To Pay $3.50 Per Month To US Users For Sharing Contact Info, Study Finds
  • Jury Convicts Ex-Microsoft Worker in Digital Currency Scheme
  • Court Says Removing a Police GPS Tracker From Your Car Isn't Theft
  • Why Do Corporations Speak the Way They Do?
  • Amazon Warns Sellers Not To Gouge Users on Face Masks as Prices Skyrocket on Coronavirus Fears
  • No Email. No WhatsApp. No Internet. This Is Now Normal Life In Kashmir.
  • Suckers List: How Allstate's Secret Auto Insurance Algorithm Squeezes Big Spenders
  • Clearview AI Reports Breach of Customer List
  • Flaw in Billions of Wi-Fi Devices Left Communications Open To Eavesdropping
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  • Future Astronauts Could Enjoy Fresh Vegetables From an Autonomous Orbital Greenhouse
  • The Life of Katherine Johnson Shows that ‘Hidden Figures’ Are Important to History
  • Solar Storms Might Confuse Whale Navigation, and Make Them More Likely to Strand Themselves
  • Weekly Space Hangout: February 26, 2020 – Czarina Salido of Time In Cosmology is ‘Taking Up Space’
  • Detecting Exoplanets Through Their Exoauroras
  • InSight has been Sensing Dust Devils Sweep Past its Landing Site
  • Carnival of Space #652
  • Betelgeuse Is Brightening Again
  • After a Challenging First Year on Mars, InSight Shows Us that Mars is Seismically Active
  • Comet Y4 Atlas in Outburst: First Good Comet for 2020?
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  • Manjaro Linux 19.0 Kyria Officially Released, This Is What's New
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  • How Shodan Has Been Improved to Help Protect Energy Utilities
  • The Register

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  • Wi-Fi of more than a billion PCs, phones, gadgets can be snooped on. But you're using HTTPS, SSH, VPNs... right?
  • Did you know? Internet money lender Opera also offers a free web browser
  • After blowing $100m to snoop on Americans' phone call logs for four years, what did the NSA get? Just one lead
  • Zyxel storage, firewall, VPN, security boxes have a give-anyone-on-the-internet-root hole: Patch right now
  • Hacker swipes customer list from controversial face-recog-for-Feds Clearview. Its reaction? 'A part of life'
  • Game over, man: Microsoft test engineer who laundered stolen Xbox credits into $10m guilty of fraud
  • Salesforce's revolving door spins amid shopping spree: Co-CEO out, BT alumnus G-Patz up, Vlocity slurped
  • Google begs for US Entity List exemption to let Huawei use its mobile services – report
  • Departing MI5 chief: Break chat app crypto for us, kthxbai
  • The Ghost of Windows 10 Past shrinks back as Microsoft's axeman tiptoes ever closer
  • Hey, 18bn-revenue defence megacorps screw up ERP overhauls too: BAE took a 36m hit for delayed rollout
  • Famed Apple analyst chances his Arm-based Macs that Apple kit will land next year
  • Admins beware! Microsoft gives heads-up for 'disruptive' changes to authentication in Office 365 email service
  • SecureX gon give it to ya: Cisco muscles into the integrated security game
  • Rotherwood Healthcare AWS bucket security fail left elderly patients' DNR choices freely readable online
  • Data science pusher Dataiku hooks arms with NATO on battlefield AI contract
  • It's Terpin time: Bloke who was SIM jacked twice by Bitcoin thieves gets green light to sue telco for millions
  • Dear makers of smart home things. Yeah, you with that bright idea of an IoT Candle. Here's an SDK from Amazon
  • If there's a bustle in your hedgerow, don't be alarmed now: Brexit tea towel says it'll just be the gigabit broadband
  • Revolut-won: British banking app gets half a billion bucks in backing, seeks to subvert today's market incumbents
  • Webinar: How AWS encryption services keep data in transit safe
  • 'I give fusion power a higher chance of succeeding than quantum computing' says the R in the RSA crypto-algorithm
  • How many times do we have to tell you? A Tesla isn't a self-driving car, say investigators after Apple man's fatal crash
  • Firefox, you know you tapped Cloudflare for DNS-over-HTTPS? In January, it briefly knackered two root servers at the heart of the internet
  • Blow me down with a feather, well, storage server software update gone awry: Nest vid streams go dark for 16 hours
  • Mind the gap: Google patches holes in Chrome – exploit already out there for one of them after duo spot code fix
  • While hype merchants push chatbots, CIOs are saving up pennies while expecting a recession, reckons study
  • Firefox now defaults to DNS-over-HTTPS for US netizens and some are dischuffed about this
  • Xiaomi in the UK: Multi-eyed Mi Note 10 hits Blighty festooned with cameras and hefty battery life
  • Apple tries to have VirnetX VPN patent ruling overturned again, US Supremes say no... again
  • Get in the lake, Sparky: Databricks touts new ingestion file sources
  • Password killer FIDO2 comes bounding into Azure Active Directory hybrid environments
  • Lustre HPC file systems no longer disappear in a puff on Amazon Web Services – but you'll pay more
  • Microsoft uses its expertise in malware to help with fileless attack detection on Linux
  • Credit Karma's enriched: Turbo Tax daddy Intuit snaps up personal finance platform for $7bn
  • Good news, everyone: The US military says it will be ethically minded about how it develops AI
  • In-depth: Deloitte and accounts expert both cleared what HPE described as 'contrived' Autonomy sales
  • MWC now stands for Mighty Wallet Crusher? Smaller firms counting the cost after mobile industry event scrapped
  • Just the place you'd want to spot a BSOD: While waiting in line for a roller coaster that lifts you up 124ft
  • Would-be .org gobbler Ethos Capital promises to keep prices down in last-ditch effort to keep $1.1bn deal alive
  • London's top cop dismisses 'highly inaccurate or ill informed' facial-recognition critics, possibly ironically
  • Talk about making a rod for your own back: Pot dealer's seized €54m Bitcoins up in smoke after keys thrown out with fishing gear
  • Afilias vanishes from battle to run Colombia's trendy .co after El Reg probes technical docs, allegations of a stitch-up
  • HP Ink: No way, Xerox. We're not accepting your takeover. Well, we'd never say never. Maybe even maybe? Hello, you still there? Please?
  • RIP Katherine Johnson: The extraordinary NASA mathematician astronauts trusted over computers
  • World Wide Web's Sir Tim swells his let's-remake-the-internet startup with Bruce Schneier, fellow tech experts
  • Afrinic's new CEO promises change of culture at org laid low by allegations of corruption and dysfunction
  • Huawei unfolds latest shot at the phone-tablet hybrid with reinforced hinge and reassuringly Xs-sive price
  • SpaceX Falcon 9 meets watery end, and NASA needs someone to go to Mars and whack its mole
  • Hey, remember Microsoft's IoT Linux gear? After two years, Azure Sphere is finally here

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  • [$] Impedance matching for BPF and LSM
  • Security updates for Wednesday
  • [$] A look at "BPF Performance Tools"
  • Manjaro 19.0 released
  • FSF to launch code hosting
  • Security updates for Tuesday
  • [$] watch_mount(), watch_sb(), and fsinfo() (again)
  • Kernel prepatch 5.6-rc3
  • Stable kernel updates
  • Security updates for Monday
  • [$] CAP_PERFMON — and new capabilities in general
  • Security updates for Friday
  • [$] Memory-management optimization with DAMON
  • Security updates for Thursday
  • [$] LWN.net Weekly Edition for February 20, 2020
  • FSF News
  • GNU-FSF cooperation update
  • Libiquity Wi-Fri ND2H Wi-Fi card now FSF-certified to Respect Your Freedom
  • First LibrePlanet 2020 keynote announcement: Internet Archive founder Brewster Kahle
  • Contract opportunity: Bookkeeper
  • Talos II Mainboard and Talos II Lite Mainboard now FSF-certified to Respect Your Freedom
  • LibrePlanet returns in 2020 to Free the Future! March 14-15, Boston area
  • FSF and GNU
  • 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
  • Early registration open for FSF's licensing seminar on Oct 16 in Raleigh, NC
  • Alexandre Oliva joins Free Software Foundation board of directors
  • 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
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  • How Ring Could Really Protect Its Users: Encrypt Footage End-To-End
  • Empty Promises Won’t Save the .ORG Takeover
  • EFF Files Comments Criticizing Proposed CCPA Regulations
  • Apple, Tell Us More About Your App Store Takedowns
  • Court Report Provides New Details About How Federal Law Enforcement in Seattle Obtain Private Information Without Warrants
  • EFF Calls For Disclosure of Secret Financing Details Behind $1.1 Billion .ORG Sale, Asks FTC To Scrutinize Deal
  • Gopher: When Adversarial Interoperability Burrowed Under the Gatekeepers' Fortresses
  • EFF to Ninth Circuit: Border Searches of Electronic Devices Require a Warrant
  • California’s Broadband Fund Ignores Fiber and Favors Slow DSL
  • Ring Updates Device Security and Privacy—But Ignores Larger Concerns
  • Virginia Anti-SLAPP Bill is Good for Free Speech But Can Still Be Made Stronger
  • In Foreshadowing Cryptocurrency Regulations, U.S. Treasury Secretary Prioritizes Law Enforcement Concerns
  • California Auditor Releases Damning Report About Law Enforcement’s Use of Automated License Plate Readers
  • Reevaluating the DMCA 22 Years Later: Let’s Think of the Users
  • EFF Fights to Protect Anonymity of Glassdoor Commenter
  • Uruguay Steps Too Quickly into the Right to be Forgotten Quagmire
  • EFF, Internet Society, and Professors To Discuss Controversial Sale of the .ORG Registry
  • Appeals Court Win for Open Source Advocate Speaking Out on Licensing Restrictions
  • Europeans Deserve to Have Their Governments Test—Not Trust—Filters
  • How To Protect Your Phone Number On Twitter
  • How Twitter's Default Settings Can Leak Your Phone Number
  • EFF Lawsuit Ends Censorship Against PETA on Public University’s Facebook Page
  • What to Know Before You Buy or Install Your Amazon Ring Camera
  • Speaking Freely: An Interview With Evan Greer
  • Congress Must Stop the Graham-Blumenthal Anti-Security Bill
  • Clearview AI—Yet Another Example of Why We Need A Ban on Law Enforcement Use of Face Recognition Now
  • After Nonprofits Protest at ICANN, California's Attorney General Steps Into the .ORG Battle
  • Lawsuit in India Seeks to Shut Down Access to U.S. Journalism Website
  • Same Old NFL: League Abuses Trademark to Shut Down New York Jets Parody Store
  • Speaking Freely: An Interview with Christian Frank
  • New Bill Would Make Needed Steps Toward Curbing Mass Surveillance
  • U.K. Police Will Soon be able to Search Through U.S. Data Without Asking a Judge
  • Why Public Wi-Fi is a Lot Safer Than You Think
  • Design Patents Are Useless. So Why Are They Getting a Boost in DC?
  • Off-Facebook Activity is a Welcome but Incomplete Move
  • EFF and Other Groups to PCLOB: Urge the Ban of Face Recognition
  • How to Change Your Off-Facebook Activity Settings
  • Data Privacy or Data Protection Day? It’s a Human Right, Either Way
  • Ring Doorbell App Packed with Third-Party Trackers
  • Clearview’s Face Surveillance Shows Why We Need a Strong Federal Consumer Privacy Law
  • Grindr and OKCupid Sell Your Data, but Twitter’s MoPub Is the Real Problem
  • In Memory of Lina Ben Mhenni, Tunisian Free Expression Activist and Revolutionary
  • Victory! Lawsuit Challenging FOSTA Reinstated by Court
  • Don’t Write Copyright Law in Secret
  • When Computer Crimes Are Used To Silence Journalists: Why EFF Stands Against the Prosecution of Glenn Greenwald
  • The Key To Fixing Copyright Is Ending Massive, Unpredictable Damages Awards
  • The Public Domain Is the Rule, Copyright Is the Exception
  • EFF Activists To Demonstrate Against Sell Out of .ORG to Private Equity at Los Angeles Protest
  • Tale of Jailbreaking Disobedient IoT Appliances Shortlisted for the National Canada Reads Prize
  • EFF to Supreme Court: Criminal Immigration Statute Threatens Free Speech Online
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  • Trump appoints VP Pence to lead coronavirus response, says US ‘totally prepared’
  • Pants on fire! Joe Biden’s campaign says he was never ‘arrested’ trying to visit Nelson Mandela
  • Saudi Arabia restricts pilgrimage to most sacred Muslim sites of Mecca & Medina over coronavirus
  • ‘Data breaches are part of life’? Theft of list from MASSIVE privacy-annihilating facial recognition database downplayed by firm
  • Iran seals off religious sites as coronavirus death toll rises & Pakistan reports new cases
  • 'It’s a terrible day for Milwaukeeans': 6 dead after former employee goes on shooting rampage at Milwaukee brewery
  • Minsk pact on Ukraine ‘must be implemented’ to ‘build trust,’ PM of Albania, who also holds OSCE chair, tells RT
  • ‘Can’t participate, can’t communicate’: Day 3 of Assange’s US extradition hearing as it happened
  • Press freedom will be ‘thing of the past’ if British help Americans get their way with Assange – Irish MEP
  • Pornstar Lana Rhoades sets tongues wagging as she claims footballer with 43 MILLION Instagram followers slid into her DMs (PHOTOS)
  • ‘Fake news abounds’: ABC News suspends reporter after he FUMES over network handling Trump & corporate sell-out in new LEAK
  • WATCH: Onlookers flee as suspected coronavirus patient wheeled through Florence train station
  • Pope asks Catholics to give up trolling for Lent, gets trolled twice as hard
  • ‘Inspired by mountains, sky & edelweiss’: Chechen leader’s daughter dazzles Paris with traditional dress & hijab fashions (VIDEO)
  • Germany facing coronavirus ‘epidemic,’ govt can no longer track infection chains – health minister
  • ‘Conor might be able to take it back, who knows?’: Muhammad Ali's daughter predicts razor-close Khabib-McGregor rematch (VIDEO)
  • 3 Russians from ‘Diamond Princess’ cruise ship test positive for coronavirus – official
  • Teen triumphs, tussles with Serena, and colossal earnings: Maria Sharapova’s remarkable career in pictures
  • ‘Immediate evacuation’: Flood barriers ‘overwhelmed’ by rising water forces English town residents to flee (PHOTOS/VIDEOS)
  • ‘UK is not Canada’: EU’s Barnier rules out Ottawa-style trade deal for Britain
  • Assange blasts court for preventing communication with lawyers, alleges legal team is being SPIED on
  • Putin praises response to arrest of journalist Golunov, lashes threats to families of security services
  • Parties to Iran nuclear deal make little progress on saving it at Vienna meeting
  • Ex-Putin aide Surkov's parting shot: Ukraine will eventually break up or cling on within shrunken borders
  • 'The end of an era': Tennis reacts to Russian ace Maria Sharapova's retirement
  • Brazil confirms 1st case of new coronavirus in Latin America
  • 'Regret and shame' – PM Mishustin reacts to the dire state of Russia’s regional hospitals
  • One American woman is trying to bring down Pornhub (but her fight isn't against porn)
  • Russia's largest solar power plant launched in the Urals
  • Palestinian FM says Israel settler homes plan for West Bank is ‘most dangerous’
  • Researchers claim diabetes breakthrough after curing mice using stem cells
  • ‘Tennis, I’m saying goodbye’: Russian five-time Grand Slam champion Maria Sharapova calls time on glittering career
  • EU calls for coordinated member states’ response to coronavirus
  • There are ‘no Patriots’ US could give Turkey, Erdogan says as its S-400s get prepped for deployment
  • Coronavirus panic could severely hit US services economy, former Fed insider tells Boom Bust
  • Austrian high school on LOCKDOWN amid fears teacher is infected with coronavirus
  • People are shamelessly hawking Kobe Bryant memorial souvenirs – but with so much fake mourning, what did we expect?
  • Khabib mocks Conor McGregor over comeback win against 'finished' Cowboy Cerrone (VIDEO)
  • 'What are they hiding?': UK govt slammed for destroying reports into people who committed suicide after welfare benefits stopped
  • 'Tigers' and 'wolves' duke it out in court: Russian armored car maker sues biker association leader over trademark
  • Assange detention illegal under English, European and international law, defense argues
  • ‘We’re the hosts there’: Erdogan says Turkey won’t pull back from Syria’s sovereign territory, gives Assad ultimatum to retreat
  • Libya rivals meet for talks in Geneva, eastern forces say oil blockade is ‘popular decision’
  • Pakistan PM Khan calls on world to stop 'Nazi-inspired ideology' in India amid Kashmir & Citizenship Act unrest
  • Pakistan paves way for trade with Russia by settling Soviet-era debt
  • Running scared: Justin Gaethje manager denies Conor McGregor fight talks, says Irishman 'had that opportunity already'
  • WATCH: Largest oil refinery on US West Coast erupts in flames
  • Unnamed White House official compares Huawei to 'the Mafia'
  • Russia receives UN proposal on strengthening cessation of hostilities in Libya – Moscow
  • At least 20 killed in Delhi violence as authorities deploy DRONES to monitor ongoing unrest (VIDEOS, PHOTOS)
  • 'You can't watch it anymore': South Koreans petition to IMPEACH President Moon for vague coronavirus response
  • Shale decline inevitable as oil prices crash
  • 'Just leave': Afghanistan withdrawal is no-brainer, but 'deep state' controls US foreign policy, says ex-Virginia lawmaker
  • India won't hesitate to cross borders to fight terrorism, defense chief warns 1 year after strikes on Pakistan-based militants
  • Unrest over Delhi citizenship law leaves 18 dead as rival protesters face off
  • Acting DNI chief Grenell ‘was taking orders’ from Trump when he sought to secure Assange’s arrest, leaked call suggests
  • ‘Most significant air action by the IAF in 4+ decades’: Indian air chief says Balakot airstrikes showed Delhi's ‘firm resolve’
  • Sanders strengthens lead nationwide, edging out Biden among black voters as Bloomberg nosedives – poll
  • Lolita Island Part 2? FBI raid New York HQ of fashion mogul friend of Prince Andrew in sex trafficking probe
  • Bahrain orders all schools & kindergartens SHUT DOWN for 2 weeks as coronavirus cases soar
  • Presidential candidate? Star Wars remorse? Weinstein accomplice? Rumors swirl as Bob Iger steps down as Disney CEO
  • Assange lawyer brings up claim US mulled ‘kidnapping and poisoning’ of publisher – here’s what we know
  • ‘Not a real Democrat!’ Florida lawsuit seeks to REMOVE Bernie Sanders from primary ballot
  • Lee Camp roasts CNN over ‘shilling for Bloomberg’ after it extols veteran journalist endorsing the billionaire
  • BLOOD-RED SNOW cloaks polar station in the Antarctic (PHOTOS)
  • US sanctions Chinese, Russian and Turkish firms, claiming they’re aiding Iran’s missile program
  • Man arrested after trying to blow up a car in Pentagon parking lot
  • ‘Just a question of when’: CDC warns Americans coronavirus may cause ‘SEVERE’ disruption of everyday life
  • ‘Lies, lies and more lies’: Lawyer slams day 2 of Julian Assange’s US extradition hearing, here is how it went down
  • Dow crashes down more than 800 points, or 1,800 this week, amid coronavirus panic
  • US worst offenders as foreign diplomats RACK UP $152 million in unpaid London congestion charges
  • European borders remain open, as Italian coronavirus outbreak kills 11 & infects HUNDREDS
  • Tokyo no-go: Olympic Games will be CANCELLED if killer coronavirus not brought under control within 3 months
  • Zinedine's zen vs Pep the perfectionist: Guardiola against Zidane is one of the great managerial culture clashes of our times
  • CAA law protest clashes: Delhi violence escalates with 13 dead, over 150 injured
  • Russia to build billion-dollar highway to Crimea: next part of $7.7 billion road-links project
  • ‘Reduction in violence’ working in Afghanistan, Pompeo says
  • UK inexplicably bars WikiLeaks editor from extradition hearing day after Assange handcuffed 11 times & STRIPPED twice
  • Strong up front: TV stunner Floriana Messina shows support as Napoli welcome Messi & Barcelona for Champions League clash (PHOTOS)
  • Pedophile allegations against MPs ‘should have rung alarm bells in govt’ but senior figures turned a blind eye – inquiry
  • 'She likes the banter': Raheem Sterling reveals daughter trolls him with Mo Salah chants
  • Forget the Joker & Riddler: Batman faces his most dangerous foe yet... THE MOSCOW TRAFFIC POLICE (VIDEO)
  • Nearly 60 injured, dozens hospitalized in German car-ramming attack on parade, police say motive still ‘unclear’
  • This country could soon become the BIGGEST buyer of US oil
  • Prime mates: 3 baboons escape medical research facility in downtown Sydney (VIDEO)
  • Trump threatens to slap 'very serious' sanctions on buyers of Venezuelan crude
  • Merkel should remain chancellor ‘until end of term’ – party leadership
  • Nuclear war ‘more likely’ after US arms subs with low-yield nukes – Tehran
  • Discussing truce with terrorists in Idlib, Syria is same as surrendering to them – Moscow
  • EU gives Barnier tough negotiating mandate for UK trade talks
  • Trump says Russian interference ‘highly exaggerated’, blames Adam Schiff for leaking report
  • Blooper of the year! Calamitous Paraguayan goalkeeper goes viral as he dribbles ball into own goal (VIDEO)
  • WATCH: Iran health chief mops sweaty brow during coronavirus briefing and COUGHS in TV interview before own diagnosis
  • 'Big trade deal' between US & India on the way, Trump & Modi say
  • Cheshire schools shut down to ‘minimize risk of infection’ as UK students return from Italy ski trips
  • US economy a gigantic bubble & coronavirus could be the pin, Peter Schiff tells Boom Bust
  • Legendary opera star Placido Domingo accepts ‘full responsibility’ for harassment allegations, after MeToo pressure mounts
  • From jockstraps to kit-astrophes: The 5 most BIZARRE clothing-related excuses ever in sport
  • ‘Shocking’: Life expectancy in England flatlines for first time in 100 years & Tory govt’s austerity is major factor – report
  • Russian former world boxing champion Sergey Kovalev arrested on DUI charge in latest run-in with the law

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  • Sluggish Juventus slump to surprise defeat at Lyon
  • Sluggish Juventus slump to surprise defeat at Lyon
  • Juventus's hopes of reaching the Champions League last eight suffered a blow when the two-times European Cup winners slumped to a 1-0 defeat in their last-16 first leg at Olympique Lyonnais Wednesday.
  • Sluggish Juventus slump to surprise defeat at Lyon
  • Sluggish Juventus slump to surprise defeat at Lyon
  • Juventus's hopes of reaching the Champions League last eight suffered a blow when the two-times European Cup winners slumped to a 1-0 defeat in their last-16 first leg at Olympique Lyonnais Wednesday.
  • De Bruyne leads remarkable City comeback win in Madrid
  • De Bruyne leads remarkable City comeback win in Madrid
  • Manchester City pulled off a stunning late fightback to beat Real Madrid 2-1 away in Wednesday's Champions League last-16, first leg in which Real had captain Sergio Ramos sent off.
  • De Bruyne leads remarkable City comeback win in Madrid
  • De Bruyne leads remarkable City comeback win in Madrid
  • Manchester City pulled off a stunning late fightback to beat Real Madrid 2-1 away in Wednesday's Champions League last-16, first leg in which Real had captain Sergio Ramos sent off.
  • Iraq bans public gatherings and travel to nine countries amid coronavirus fears
  • Iraq bans public gatherings and travel to nine countries amid virus fears
  • Iraq banned all public gatherings and banned travellers from Kuwait and Bahrain from entry, the health minister said on Wednesday, taking the total number of countries on the entry ban list to nine amid growing fears over the spread of the coronavirus.
  • Syrian army hits civilian sites in relentless Idlib campaign
  • Syrian army hits civilian sites in relentless campaign
  • Syrian government forces bombed civilian targets in the northwestern Idlib province Wednesday, pushing ahead with a fierce military campaign that has sent nearly a million people fleeing from their homes and killed hundreds over the past three months.
  • Turkey will repel Syrian forces from Idlib posts this week: Erdogan
  • Turkey will push regime from Idlib this week: Erdogan
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  • Emails Show Rep. Henry Cuellar Provided Extensive Favors to Border Security Lobbyists
  • Our Revolution, Accused of Dark-Money Spending for Sanders, Took Only Six Donations Over $5,000 in 2019, None Larger than $25,000
  • Debate Special: The One Where Everyone Attacks Bernie Sanders
  • Bernie Sanders’s Fight Against Trump, the GOP, the Democratic Establishment, and Corporate Media
  • PM colocado por Salles no Ibama atropela norma para legalizar exportaes irregulares de madeira
  • Trump Praises Modi’s India, as Muslims Are Beaten on the Streets and a Mosque Is Defiled
  • When Two Judges Knocked Down Sentences to Protect Immigrants From Deportation, Amy Klobuchar’s Office Appealed and Won
  • New Data Shows the U.S. Military Is Severely Undercounting Civilian Casualties in Somalia
  • We Are Not Your Firewall: Nina Turner and Briahna Joy Gray on South Carolina and the Attacks They Endure
  • Family Separations at the Border Constitute Torture, New Report Claims
  • A Crop of Dark-Money Groups Is Backing Democratic Efforts to Retake the Senate
  • Bloomberg’s Investment Portfolio Includes Bets on Private Equity, Fracking
  • Finally, Can We All Agree? Everything We Were Told About Bernie Sanders Was Wrong
  • Ele ganhou uma ao ambiental milionria contra a Chevron. Foi perseguido e perdeu tudo.
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