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  • SpaceX and NASA Investigation Identifies Cause of Crew Dragon Explosion
  • NASA's Original Apollo 11 Moon Landing Footage is Up for Auction
  • New Election Systems Use Vulnerable Software
  • Visa's Vision for the Future of Payments is Password-Free
  • Congress Mobilizes on Cyber Threats to Electric Grid
  • French Inventor Sails on his Flyboard Above Champs-Elysees During Bastille Parade
  • Stanford Study Suggests Dark Matter is Lighter and More Elusive than Previously Thought
  • `Agent Smith' Infects 25 Million Android Devices Globally; Makes WhatsApp, Opera and SwiftKey Clones
  • Oculus Co-Founder Says there is No Market for VR Gaming
  • Astronomers Think They’ve Spotted a Moon Forming Around an Exoplanet
  • European Satellite-Navigation System Galileo Experiences Outage
  • Mini-Model of Stonehenge Reveals How Voices Would Have Carried in Original Ancient Monument
  • Novel Nanoparticles Deliver CRISPR Gene Editing Tools Into the Cell With Much Higher Efficiency
  • The FBI Plans More Social Media Surveillance
  • QNAPCrypt Malware Targets NAS Servers
  • 101 Million Evite Accounts Breached
  • Scientists Use Bacteria to Produce Graphene
  • Facebook VP: AI Has a Compute Dependency Problem
  • Top Assange Defense Account Suspended By Twitter
  • Maintaining Large-scale Satellite Constellations Using Logistics Approach
  • Identifying Perceived Emotions From People's Walking Style
  • The Sinkhole That Saved the Internet
  • How a Tax Loophole Is Helping Silicon Valley Workers Save Millions
  • NASA Funds Demo of In-Space 3d-Printed Spacecraft Parts Manufacture and Assembly
  • Charter Gets Final Approval to Stay in NY Despite Breaking Merger Promise
  • AMD Releases BIOS Fix to Motherboard Partners for Booting Newer Linux Distributions
  • Think Tank: Streaming Video Has Massive Carbon Footprint, Needs Regulation
  • Russia Launches Successor to Spektr-R Space Telescope: Spektr-RG
  • The Black Hole Engulfing the World's Bond Markets
  • Spooky Photograph - Bell Quantum Entanglement Image Captured
  • How U.S. Tech Giants are Helping to Build China's Surveillance State
  • Microbiome-Testing Startup uBiome Lays Off 114 Employees
  • New Head of Human Exploration at NASA Committed to Reaching the Moon by 2024
  • U.S. Federal Trade Commission Approves $5 Billion Fine Against Facebook
  • MyGov Australia Goes Down at Tax Time for the Second Year in a Row
  • Loss of Major TV Shows Could Lead to the Demise of Netflix
  • North Carolina Explores Hyperloop One System to Connect the Triangle
  • Facebook and CMU's AI Poker Bot Beat Five Pros at Once
  • Las Vegas Autonomous Shuttle Crash Happened Due to Lack of Manual Control
  • Microbiome Treatment for Malnutrition
  • Hayabusa2 "Lands" on Asteroid Ryugu
  • Telemetry in Windows 7: Upgrade Readiness Deployment Script and DiagTrack
  • Nielsen Wants to Track Podcast Data by... Calling People
  • Poll Results: Few Americans with Credit Card Debt Willing to cut Back Luxury Spending
  • Water and Green Energy Produced by a Single Device
  • 7-Eleven's Bad App Design Let Criminals Steal More Than $500,000
  • Surface Rupture From Ridgecrest Earthquake Spotted From Space
  • Discovery of Raptor-Like Dinosaur Adds a New Wrinkle to the Origin of Birds
  • Exactly How Fast is the Universe Expanding? Astrophysicists Are Closing in on the Hubble Constant
  • Last Ever VW Beetle Model Rolls Off Mexican Production Line
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  • Scientists Could Use Aerogel Sheets To Make Mars Surface Fit For Farming
  • Elon Musk's Neuralink Will Detail Progress in Computer-Brain Interface
  • Social Media, But Not Video Games, Linked To Depression In Teens, Says Study
  • Jet-Powered Flyboard Soars Over Paris For Bastille Day Parade
  • Broadcom and Symantec End Buyout Talks
  • Colleges Graduate 10,000 This Year With Masters In Data Science Degrees
  • Ajit Pai's New Gift To Cable Companies Would Kill Local Fees and Rules
  • Scotland Produced Enough Wind Energy To Power All Its Homes Twice Over
  • Facebook's Libra Cryptocurrency Could Be Misused By Terrorists, Says Treasury Chief Mnuchin
  • Amazon Warehouse Workers Around the World Are Striking For Prime Day
  • To Break Google's Monopoly On Search, Make Its Index Public
  • AI Has a Compute Dependency Problem, Facebook VP Says
  • Intel's Pohoiki Beach is a Neuromorphic Computer Capable of Simulating 8 Million Neurons
  • Twitter Rebuilds Website For 'Write Once, Run Everywhere' Philosophy
  • The New 2019 MacBook Air Features a Slower SSD Than 2018 Model
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  • Messier 89 – the NGC 4552 Spiral Galaxy
  • There’s A Fire in Greenland… Again. It’s 10 Degrees Hotter Than Normal
  • Here’s a First. Astronomers See a Moon Forming Around a Baby Exoplanet
  • Carnival of Space #620
  • Hubble Spots “Impossible” Debris Disk Around a Black Hole
  • Researchers May Have Found the Missing Piece of Evidence that Explains the Origins of Life
  • Move Over SpaceX. Amazon Wants To Launch Thousands of Internet Satellites Too
  • Virgin Orbit Tests its Satellite-Delivery Rocket for the First Time
  • There Should Be More Iron In Space. Why Can’t We See It?
  • Two NASA Heads Demoted, Possibly as Part of a Shake-Up to Get Back to the Moon.
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  • Debian 10 Set Up OpenVPN Server In 5 Minutes
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  • Bash History: How To Show A Timestamp When Each Command Was Executed
  • The Register

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  • The Pi who loved me: Licensed to SSL
  • Amazon's bugging of homes has German boffins worried that Alexa may be an outlaw
  • A Facebook AI research chief and a machine-learning guru walk into MCubed in London...
  • AI solves Rubik's Cube in 1.2 seconds (that's three times slower than a non-AI algorithm)
  • Humans may be able to live on Mars within walls of aerogel – a wonder material that can trap heat and block radiation
  • What Huawei to go: Hundreds of Chinese tech giant's US workers to get pink slips – report
  • You can't say Go without Google – specifically, our little logo, Chocolate Factory insists
  • Facebook's Libra is a terrorist's best friend, thunders US Treasury: Crypto-coins dubbed 'national security risk'
  • DDoS attack? Mad dash to file forms? No, errant network switch crashed Australian tax service
  • Symantec share price nose dives after rumored Broadcom biz gobble taken off the menu
  • UK's Goonhilly Satellite Earth Station takes an eye off the sky to strike out into data centre biz
  • Scientist, war hero and gay icon Alan Turing is new face of the 50 note
  • Yes, I've been swotting up on court evidence in advance, says Autonomy founder Mike Lynch
  • UK says no way to US calls for no Huawei on 5G networks: MPs find 'no technical grounds' to exclude Chinese giant
  • Virgin Media blocks Imgur, literally tens of people rage at UK ISP
  • It's a Hull of a thing: Private equity biz Macquarie to swallow KCOM
  • Galileo, Galileo, Galileo, where to go? Navigation satellite signals flip from degraded to full TITSUP* over span of four days
  • Prospect union urges members at BT: Say yes to pay and grading shakeup revisions
  • Quantum goes open and passwords must die in a week of Microsoft fun
  • Good luck deleting someone's private info from a trained neural network – it's likely to bork the whole thing
  • Industry reps told the UK taxman everything wrong with extending IR35. What happened next will astound you
  • Hell hath no fury like a radar engineer scorned
  • Malicious code ousted from PureScript's npm installer – but who put it there in the first place?
  • New old Windows bug emerges, your 'strong' password is anything but, plus plenty more
  • Watch online this month: How to leave the past behind when you migrate to the cloud
  • Gamers get a chance to battle an AI on the QT. Plus: Robo-marines, and fisticuffs over facial recognition in Detroit
  • Literally rings our bell: Scottish eggheads snap quantum entanglement for the first time
  • Ex-NASA Mars InSight contractor sets legal eagles on JPL over whistleblower sacking
  • X-ray specs: Signal whizz JMA Wireless claims to have solved indoor 5G, everyone
  • Amazon brings serverless pie to Visual Studio Code party
  • Cough up, like, 1% of your valuation and keep up the good work, says FTC: In draft privacy deal, Facebook won't have to change a thing
  • US border cops' secret racist Facebook group a total disgrace, says patrol chief. She should know, she was a member
  • Cloudflare comes clean on crashing a chunk of the web: How small errors and one tiny bit of code led to a huge mess
  • Congrats, Nvidia and Google: You're still the best (out of five) at training neural networks
  • Brilliant Boston boffins blow big borehole in Bluetooth's ballyhooed barricades: MAC addy randomization broken
  • Blah blah Blaha: Slovak infosec firm ESET sues politico who called them 'outrageous fascists'
  • Oracle told to warp 9 out of court: Judge photon-torpedoes Big Red's Pentagon JEDI dream
  • Farewell to function keys and swappable SSDs in the new two-port MacBook Pro
  • Accounts whistleblower blackmailed Autonomy for a payoff, Mike Lynch tells High Court
  • Usenet file-swapping was acceptable in the '80s – but not so much now: Pirate pair sent down for 66 months
  • Microsoft tells resellers: 'We listened to you, and we have acted' (PS: Plz keep making us money)
  • Hayabusa2 stirs up rubble on surface of Ryugu, pokes asteroid with sampling horn
  • With heroes like BT and Openreach, who needs villains? ISP lobbyists' awards continue to vex
  • UK Home Secretary doubles down on cops' deeply flawed facial recognition trials
  • PC shipments back in black: Desktops to the rescue, aided by Win10
  • Now that's just offal: Heap of pig guts hog road after truck spills load in Kansas City
  • We have the best trade wars: US investigating French tech tax plan over fears it unfairly targets American biz
  • At $1k a page, take care when RTFM: Apple-1 documentation sells for nearly $13,000 at auction
  • Ofcom head Sharon White pocketed nearly 500k last year
  • Nvidia and friends: GPU giant's AI data centre network is going global

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  • LXD 3.15 released
  • [$] Who's afraid of a big bad optimizing compiler?
  • Security updates for Monday
  • Three new stable kernels
  • [$] 5.3 Merge window, part 1
  • What is Silverblue? (Fedora Magazine)
  • Security updates for Friday
  • [$] Bcachefs gets closer
  • Conway: Infinite work is less work
  • Security updates for Thursday
  • [$] LWN.net Weekly Edition for July 11, 2019
  • [$] The third Operating-System-Directed Power-Management summit
  • A set of stable kernels
  • Security updates for Wednesday
  • [$] Mucking about with microframeworks
  • 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
  • Knowing the “Value” of Our Data Won’t Fix Our Privacy Problems
  • President Trump Loses — Government Can't Block Critics on Social Media
  • Adjusting the Scope of our Security Vulnerability Disclosure Program
  • Interoperability: Fix the Internet, Not the Tech Companies
  • Life-Altering Copyright Lawsuits Could Come to Regular Internet Users Under a New Law Moving in the Senate
  • California’s Senate Judiciary Committee Blocks Efforts to Weaken California’s Privacy Law
  • Don’t Be Scared: European and Chinese Software Patents Won't Hurt U.S. Businesses
  • Could Regulatory Backlash Entrench Facebook’s New Cryptocurrency Libra?
  • A Better Digital Future Is Possible
  • The Privacy and Civil Liberties Oversight Board Signals It Will investigate NSA Surveillance, Facial Recognition, and Terror Watchlists
  • Media Briefing Monday: EFF and Partners Will Discuss California Bills Aimed at Weakening State’s Consumer Privacy Law
  • Victory: Somerville, Massachusetts Stands Up to Stop Face Surveillance
  • EFF and OTI Respond to the UK Government’s Online Harms White Paper
  • Cheers to the Winners of EFF's 12th Annual Cyberlaw Trivia Night
  • Announcing “Gotta Catch 'Em All: Understanding How IMSI-Catchers Exploit Cell Networks”
  • First Amendment Case Against Restrictive Copyright Law Can Proceed, Says Judge
  • Felony Contempt of Business Model: Lexmark's Anti-Competitive Legacy
  • A Major Police Body Camera Maker Hits Pause on Face Surveillance
  • Again!? The NSA’s Phone Records Program Still Can’t Stay Within the Law
  • California: Stop Face Surveillance on Police Body-Worn Cameras
  • Victory: California Orders State Audit of Automated License Plate Readers
  • The History of Cellular Network Security Doesn’t Bode Well for 5G
  • During Pride Month and Always, Companies Must Consider the Impact of Their Policies on LGBTQ+ Users
  • 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
  • RT - Daily news

    RT - Daily news

  • ‘Fight discrimination but don’t infringe on parents’ beliefs,’ anti-LGBT lessons protester tells RT
  • ‘Build your own establishment’: How ‘blacklisted’ ballet star Sergei Polunin handles his critics
  • 2 reportedly dead, dozens trapped as four storey Mumbai building collapses
  • Pakistan & India lift all restrictions on civil flights 5 months after Kashmir standoff
  • Even the ADL thinks Trump is abusing 'anti-Semitism' accusations
  • Uncertainty over Russia-Ukraine prisoner swap after Kiev court postpones journalist’s release
  • Croatian hip-hop festival evacuated as massive fire engulfs surrounding forest (VIDEO)
  • AOC & Omar's 'squad' bashes Trump for 'distracting' tweet – by devoting entire conference to it
  • #Resistance fawns over Antifa ‘martyr’ killed while attempting to set ICE facility on fire
  • How Assange & RT meddled in 2016, according to CNN’s ‘possibilities,’ innuendo & lies
  • Erdogan hails Russian S-400 delivery, wants to ‘go much further’ and make weapons with Russia
  • Greek police detain suspect in US scientist murder mystery
  • MSM link Italy neo-Nazi weapon haul to ‘pro-Russian separatists’ despite police saying the OPPOSITE
  • Pass the ICE: Sizzling hot Border Protection agent causes a viral sensation (PHOTOS)
  • Flushing drugs could create ‘meth gators’, warn Tennessee police
  • Netroots Nation: What does America’s largest progressive conference mean for the 2020 race?
  • Netanyahu compares EU approach to Iran with ‘appeasement’ of Nazi Germany before WWII
  • Kaepernick anthem-kneeling controversy was the work of ‘Russian Bots’ – Kamala Harris
  • ‘If you’re not happy, you can leave’: Trump stands by his tweets slamming Dem Squad
  • US women’s World Cup star lashes out over claims team is ‘not welcoming to Christians’
  • UK govt unveils plan to teach school kids about ‘fake news’... What could go wrong?
  • Italian police seize MISSILE, guns and neo-Nazi material in raid on far-right militants
  • ‘Technical incident’ puts Europe’s GPS system fully offline for days
  • Emirates flight to Dubai TRASHED by turbulence, passengers injured (VIDEO)
  • Chinese diplomat points to DC racial segregation, gets slammed as ‘racist disgrace’ by Obama adviser
  • Parties to Iran nuclear deal signal no plans to trigger dispute mechanism – EU’s Mogherini
  • Jailed Russian pilot Yaroshenko appeals to US prison authorities for urgent medical help
  • 'Study & surprise him by trading blows': Only man to KO UFC's Jorge Masvidal reveals keys to victory
  • Israeli firm spying on Palestinians says it only works with ‘democratic countries'
  • Europeans talk big but ‘not ready’ to invest in saving nuclear deal – Iranian FM Zarif
  • OSCE’s Desir hopes court hearing in Kiev this week ‘will lead to release’ of journalist Vyshinsky
  • ‘Buckle up!’ Russian stunner Irina Shayk ditches heels to get behind wheel of Formula-E car (PHOTOS)
  • Waving flag, dodgy footprints & Stanley Kubrick: 50 years of moon landing conspiracy theories
  • Bye bye Bond: The new 007 is a black woman, but does everything old need to be fixed?
  • ‘Unarguable link’: Sadiq Khan blames Tory cuts on rise in youth stabbings in London
  • Merkel ‘respects’ von der Leyen’s decision to resign as defense minister
  • Sea section of Russia’s Nord Stream 2 natural gas pipeline is 60% complete
  • 'One of the best to ever do it': Mayweather, boxing world pays tribute to 'Sweet Pea' Whitaker
  • N. Macedonia expects NATO membership, EU accession talks date by year-end – president
  • Huawei to move 1,000 jobs from US to Italy, plus a $3 billion investment to boot
  • New Greek govt plans to reinforce borders
  • Better late than never: Neymar FINALLY returns to PSG training… but how long will he stick around?
  • They bite! Russia test-fires Mosquito anti-ship missiles in Sea of Japan (VIDEO)
  • Chinese toy-maker creates LIFE-SIZE & MOVING transformer from broken car (VIDEO)
  • Bank of England’s new 50-pound note will feature WWII code-cracker Alan Turing
  • Trump administration will place ‘new bar’ on asylum for immigrants crossing southern border
  • The cheek of it! Tour de France rider slaps mooning fan on backside (VIDEO)
  • Thailand’s PM declares end of military rule, transfer to ‘normal democracy’
  • India & Russia will use their national currencies for defense deals to bypass US sanctions – report
  • ‘Completely unacceptable’: Theresa May reprimands Donald Trump over US Democrat women rant
  • China threatens to sever ties with any US firm linked to selling weapons to Taiwan
  • ‘Sick’ hunting couple slammed for smooching over corpse of dead lion
  • Yemen’s warring sides meet ‘aboard UN vessel’ over port city Hodeida
  • ‘Hundreds of millions of dollars’ needed to stave off Ebola outbreak in Congo, UN aid chief warns
  • WATCH: Griezmann suffers double-nutmeg humiliation on first day of Barca training
  • ‘I’m studying German’: Did Jose Mourinho just drop a HUGE hint on where he’ll end up next?
  • Spanish far-left party ends talks to form govt – PM Sanchez
  • The Maybot cranks into gear one final time, before dancing off into the political sunset
  • Ukrainian broadcaster drops Oliver Stone’s documentary after threats to staff & grenade attack
  • Trump calls on ‘Radical Left Congresswomen’ to apologize to US & Israel in fresh Twitter attack
  • PayPal co-founder Thiel says FBI, CIA should probe Google over ‘infiltration’ by China – media
  • ‘People have to wake up to Djokovic’s greatness’ – Becker as Serb claims 16th Grand Slam
  • Bentley opens its biggest showroom in Ukraine, one of the poorest countries in Europe
  • FSB detains 2 ISIS members in Rostov Region
  • ‘We don’t know how well antidepressants work’: Danish study blows lid off flawed medical research
  • Iceland has ‘more killings in abortion’ than Philippines’ dead drug dealers – lawmaker says
  • China’s slowing economy still shows growth that any country would envy
  • ‘Muslims keep 50 wives, have 1050 kids’: Indian MP ignites Twitter with controversial hot take
  • Hong Kong leader denounces ‘rioters’ following violent skirmishes between demonstrators & police
  • Tehran may return to situation before nuclear deal ‘unless Europeans fulfill obligations’
  • Over 18,000 people forced from homes after monsoon flooding in Myanmar
  • ‘Deeply hypocritical’ UK govt vows to protect media freedom as Assange sits in British jail (VIDEO)
  • 280+ arrested as Algeria football fans go on rampage in French cities (PHOTO, VIDEO)
  • Japan claim of Pyongyang sanctions breach is ‘grave challenge’ – S. Korean president
  • Crowd of UFO fans seeking to ‘raid Area 51’ hits 1 MILLION despite US Air Force warning
  • 2 killed, dozens injured after amusement park ride SNAPS IN HALF in India (DISTURBING)
  • US draft bill seeks to ban big tech from taking over economy with private cryptocurrencies
  • Russian S-400 benefits NATO, US should do what strategic partnership entails – Erdogan
  • India calls off Chandrayaan 2 lunar mission due to ‘technical snag’ less than an hour before launch
  • ‘Bad reaction to a bad decision’: French FM upset with Iran’s uranium enrichment, fears war with US
  • Demonstrators rally for disqualified independent candidates in Moscow city election
  • World Champions! England win Cricket World Cup after dramatic Super Over against New Zealand
  • Community showdown with bottled water plant gets surprise twist when company reveals its own emails
  • Russian trolls are coming! Obama staffer issues warning amid dispute within Democrtic party
  • Wimbledon 2019: Novak Djokovic claims fifth title after beating Roger Federer in longest-ever final
  • Umbrellas v. batons: Protesters clash with police at Hong Kong mall (VIDEO)
  • 'Most bad-ass mom ever!' Kinsey Wolanski's future mother-in-law attempts streak at Cricket World Cup
  • ‘The Green Goblin!’: Onlookers delighted as armed flyboard rider soars over Paris (VIDEO)
  • UFC legend Urijah Faber returns from retirement and leaves commentators stunned with knockout win
  • Go back to your crime infested countries and Pelosi will pay for it – Trump to progressive Dems
  • Barricades & tear gas: 150+ arrested amid Bastille Day celebrations (PHOTO, VIDEO)
  • Floods ravage western Greece after deadly storm in north kills 7
  • Bastille Day parade shows military tech in air and on ground, though marred by protests (FULL VIDEO)
  • Egypt opens ‘Bent Pyramid’ for 1st time in decades & displays newly-discovered mummies (PHOTOS)
  • Small plane crashes in Sweden, killing 9
  • Pies for missiles: Turkish cook hails S-400 deal by... shipping spinach pastry to Putin
  • Parks in Israeli city open up to Arabs as court rules against ban on ‘non-residents’
  • Just elephants on a stroll: Giant beasts grazing in a Siberian town leave locals in awe (VIDEO)
  • S. Korea to protest Japan export curbs amid simmering trade dispute with Tokyo
  • Another global oil glut looms: International Energy Agency forecasts ‘oversupplied market’ for 2020

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  • Parliament begins 1st general session on draft budget
  • Parliament begins 1st general session on draft budget
  • Parliament's first session to discuss and ratify the draft 2019 state budget was held Tuesday amid strict security measures, as military veterans protested the budget’s austerity measures nearby.
  • Iran judiciary confirms arrest of French-Iranian scholar, gives no details
  • Iran judiciary confirms arrest of French-Iranian scholar, gives no details
  • Iran's judiciary Tuesday confirmed the arrest of French-Iranian scholar Fariba Adelkhah, a day after French President Emmanuel Macron raised the issue with Tehran.
  • Von der Leyen pledges 'green deal' for Europe in first 100 days
  • Von der Leyen pledges 'green deal' for Europe in first 100 days
  • European Commission President nominee Ursula von der Leyen pledged Tuesday to propose a "green deal" for Europe in her first 100 days in office, which would see a carbon-neutral continent by 2050.
  • Top Iran diplomat says talks on ballistic missiles possible
  • Top Iran diplomat says talks on ballistic missiles possible
  • Iran's foreign minister has for the first time suggested his country's ballistic missile program could be on the table for negotiations with the U.S. - if America stops selling arms to its Gulf allies in the Mideast.
  • Kuwait's return of Egyptian dissidents unlawful: HRW
  • Kuwait's return of Egyptian dissidents unlawful: HRW
  • Kuwait's deportation of eight Egyptian dissidents linked to the Muslim Brotherhood is unlawful and put them at "grave risk" of torture and prosecution, Human Rights Watch said Tuesday.
  • Police block roads to Parliament as veterans protest
  • Police block roads to Parliament as veterans protest
  • Hundreds of security personnel blocked all the roads to cars and pedestrians leading to Parliament as military veterans planned to stop lawmakers from attending a session Tuesday to discuss the draft 2019 state budget.
  • Climate activists disrupt London concrete plant
  • Climate activists disrupt London concrete plant
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  • Trump Tweets Send Stinging Message to Countless Americans
  • Was a Migrant Girl Found With ’20 Types of Semen in Her’?
  • 62 Border Employees under Internal Investigation Amid Posts
  • Is Samsung Stealing Data and Photographs from Cell Phone Users via a Secret Chip Implanted in Their Batteries?
  • Did a Judge Give Billionaire Jeffrey Epstein Probation After Meeting with the Clintons?
  • Trump Abortion Restrictions to Be Effective Immediately
  • Did the Trump Administration Try to Deport U.S. Reps. Omar and AOC?
  • Is This a Real Photo of the Earth from the Moon?
  • Did U.S. Women’s Soccer Player Give Nazi Salute Outside Holocaust Museum?
  • Man Sentenced to 2nd Life Term in Charlottesville Car Attack
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  • A Millennial Countertenor’s Pop-Star Appeal
  • The Promise and Price of Cellular Therapies
  • Kamala Harris Makes Her Case
  • Kicked Off the Land
  • Briefly Noted Book Reviews
  • Harald Szeemann’s Revolutionary Curating
  • The Art of Aphorism
  • How Picasso’s Muse Became a Master 
  • “The Farewell” and “The Art of Self-Defense,” Reviewed
  • Dancing a Memoir at Alvin Ailey
  • What’s in a Woke McRib?
  • Marc Maron Chooses His Weapon
  • Stitch ’n’ Bitch for the Trump Era
  • The Battle for Health Care
  • This Password Is Invalid
  • Over the Moon
  • “She Said He Said,” by Hanif Kureishi
  • “Sentence,” by Tadeusz Dąbrowski
  • “These Are the Pearls,” by Myra Shapiro
  • A Brazilian Polymath’s Tropical Oasis at the New York Botanical Garden
  • Udon Takes On New Texture at Hanon
  • The Mail
  • Donald Trump, the Racist in the White House
  • Trump’s Overt Racism Is Uniting Democrats and Unnerving Some Republicans
  • Trump, Pelosi, and the Squad Are Fighting Over Who Belongs in Government
  • How Trump’s Safe-Third-Country Agreement with Guatemala Fell Apart
  • Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez on the 2020 Presidential Race and Why We Should Break Up Homeland Security
  • Sympathy for the Semicolon
  • Democratic Congresswomen Urge Trump to Go Back to Russia
  • Trump’s Racist Tweets, and the Question of Who Belongs in America
  • Subtle Hints That It May Be Time to Clean Your Car
  • The Health-Care Defense
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