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  • Chandrayaan-2 Launch: How to Watch First Mission to the Moon's South Pole Mon 20190722 @ 0913 UTC
  • Unlicensed "Health Coach" Claims Health Advice is Free Speech - Court Disagrees
  • A Card-Skimming Hacker Group Hit 17K Domains—and Counting
  • Bad News: Earth is Not Going to be Walloped by Asteroid 2006 QV89 ...
  • FTC 'Failed Miserably' in Punishing Facebook With $5 Billion Fine, Democrats Say
  • Google Listens to User Recordings
  • The FTC Looks to Change Children's Privacy Law Following Complaints about YouTube
  • Virgin Orbit Signs Agreement to Launch Small Satellites for the UKs Royal Air Force
  • Harvesting Energy From The Human Knee
  • Health Insurers Make It Easy for Scammers to Steal Millions. Who Pays? You.
  • China's Tiangong-2 Space Station is Officially No More
  • Your Nines Are Not My Nines
  • Why Two Out Of Three Babies Are Cradled On The Left
  • The Schall Law Firm Announces it is Investigating Claims Against Netflix, Inc.
  • Iceland Tries to Bring Back Trees Razed by the Vikings
  • My Browser, the Spy: How Extensions Slurped Up Browsing Histories From 4M Users
  • There’s a Big Problem With Facebook’s Libra Cryptocurrency
  • A Rust-Based TLS Library Outperformed OpenSSL in Almost Every Category
  • Bud Light: Free Beer for any Alien that Escapes Area 51
  • Dropbox Silently Installs New File Manager App on Users’ Systems [Updated]
  • SpaceX Falcon 9 Will Blast off for the ISS in July
  • Sustainable Land Management Key to Reducing Amazon Wildfires, Study Shows
  • Adding Polymer Stabilizes Collapsing Metal-Organic Frameworks
  • Her Software Put Men on the Moon. Fifty Years Later, Margaret Hamilton got a Glowing Moonlit Tribute
  • Hubble Spots A Stunning Spiral: NGC2985
  • Former NSA Contractor Harold Martin III Sentenced to 9 Years in Prison
  • Angelic Halo Orbit Chosen for Humankind's First Lunar Outpost
  • GDPR Shows Its Teeth, Goes After Breached Companies
  • Investigating YouTube Video IDs
  • Atlassian Ditches ‘Brilliant Jerks’ in Performance Review Overhaul
  • A Genomic Barcode Tracker For Immune Cells
  • "Why I'm Turning My Son Into a Cyborg"
  • Amazon Accidentally Sold $13,000+ Camera Gear for $100 on Prime Day
  • Ancient Flood Shows some Dinosaurs Nested in Colonies like Birds
  • A New Way to Stop Insect Pests in their Tracks
  • Viral App FaceApp Now Owns Access to more than 150 Million People's Faces and Names
  • Scrubbed Chandrayaan 2 Mission to Moon's South Pole to Launch on Mon July 22 0913 UTC
  • The Washington Post is Preparing for Post-Cookie Ad Targeting
  • Europe's Galileo GPS System Back after Six-Day Outage
  • Mauna Kea Observatories Evacuate Amid Protests Against Thirty Meter Telescope Construction
  • Two Years Later, Still no Windows Server on ARM in Microsoft Azure
  • Samsung Mass Producing LPDDR5 DRAM (12 Gb x 8 for 12 GB Packages)
  • Intel CEO Blames "10nm" Delays on Aggressive Density Target, Promises "7nm" for 2021
  • Newly Discovered Kilometer-Wide Asteroid Beats Shortest Orbital Period Record Set Months Ago
  • What Huawei To Go: Hundreds Of Chinese Tech Giant's US Workers To Get Pink Slip
  • Ebola Outbreak Declared Global Health Emergency
  • Kyoto Animation Fire: At Least 26 Dead after Suspected Arson Attack
  • Ancient DNA Extracted from Neanderthal Fossils of Gibraltar for the First Time
  • Sprint Customer Accounts Breached By Hackers
  • Heat Wave to Hit Two-Thirds of the U.S. Here’s What to Expect.
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  • NASA's Lunar Space Station Might Be a Boondoggle
  • 6.6 Million Lose CBS Channels After 'Business Dispute' With AT&T
  • When Online Teachers See Child Abuse
  • Google Settles Age Descrimination Lawsuit
  • Comic-Con Trailers Include 'Star Trek: Picard' and HBO's 'Watchmen' Series
  • Atlassian Changes Annual Performance Reviews To Stop Rewarding 'Brilliant Jerks'
  • Can We Use Special Sails To Bring Old Satellites Back Down To Earth?
  • 'Fortnite' Creator Epic Games Supports Blender Foundation With $1.2 Million
  • GitLab Survey Finds Positive Results For Both DevOps and Working Remotely
  • Microsoft Demos Hologram 'Holoportation'
  • Earth Just Had Its Hottest June On Record
  • Unprecedented Heat Wave Near North Pole
  • Celo Launches Decentralized Open Source Financial Services Prototype
  • Go Abandons try() Function Proposal, Citing 'Overwhelming' Community Response
  • The Inventor Who Fought To Get Black Box Flight Recorders Into Every Plane
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  • Starship Prototype Catches Fire After a Recent Test, But Appears Undamaged
  • The Lunar Gateway Will be in a “Near-Rectilinear Halo Orbit”
  • There are Ring-Like Formations Around the Lakes on Titan
  • LightSail 2 is Sending Home New Pictures of Earth
  • The Story of the Apollo Guidance Computer, Part 1
  • Asteroid 2006 QV89 Now Has a 0% Chance of Hitting Earth in September
  • Blankets of Silica Aerogel Could Make Parts of Mars Habitable
  • Gaia Mission is Mapping Out the Bar at the Center of the Milky Way
  • Screaming Sounds Sent to the Edge of Space, Confirming That… “In Space, No One Can Hear You Scream”
  • Crew Dragon Exploded Back in April Because of a Nitrogen Tetroxide Leak
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  • Maestral Is A New Open Source Dropbox Client For Linux And macOS
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  • It's a facial-recognition bonanza: Oakland bans it, activists track it, and pics taken from dating-site OkCupid feed it
  • Palo Alto gateway security alert, FSB hack, scourge of data-stealing web plugins, and more
  • Brussels changes its mind AGAIN on .EU domains: Euro citizens in post-Brexit Britain can keep them after all
  • British ISPs throw in the towel, give up sending out toothless copyright infringement warnings
  • In the cooler for the next three years: Hacker of iCloud accounts used by athletes and rappers
  • Enjoying that 25Mbps internet speed, America? Oh, it's just 6Mbps? And you're unhappy? Can't imagine why
  • When Harry met celly: NSA hoarder thrown in the clink for 9 years – after taking classified work home for decades
  • Literally braking news: Two people hurt as not one but two self-driving space-age buses go awry
  • All very MoD-ern: RAF test pilot headed into space with Virgin, 30m small sat demo project
  • You'll never guess what US mad lads Throwflame have strapped to a drone (clue: it does exactly what it says on the tin)
  • France seeks science-fiction writers to help futureproof its military against science-fact
  • Israel's NSO Group: Our malware? Slurp your cloud backups plus phone data? They've misunderstood
  • UK.gov drives ever further into Nocluesville, crowdsources how to solve digital identity
  • Echelon gets the upper hand: Scores final nod for 100MW bit barn campus in Arklow, Ireland
  • Estate agent dodges GDPR-sized bullet after exposing 18,610 folks' data for two years
  • You totally need VMs to do AI, nods VMware as Bitfusion dissolves in its vSphere of influence
  • Your biz won't be hacked by a super-leet exploit. It'll be Bob in sales opening a dodgy email
  • Excluding Huawei from UK's 5G will harm security, MPs warn
  • BT staffers fear new mums could be hit disproportionately by car allowance change
  • Apollo 11 @ 50: The long shadow of the flag
  • 2025: HELLO? WHAT? I CAN'T HEAR YOU, I'M ON THE TUBE. FULL 4G NOW. NAH, IT'S CRAP
  • Guess who reserved their seat on the first Moon flight? My mum, that's who
  • UK government buys off Serco lawsuit with 10m bung. Whew. Now Capita can start running fire and rescue
  • What else can we add to UK.gov's tech project bonfire? Oh yeah, 5G
  • Operation Desert Sh!tstorm: Routine test shoots down military's top-secret internets
  • 2015 database hack is the terrible gift that keeps giving for Slack: Tens of thousands of passwords now reset
  • Don't miss out: Learn essential AI skills from dozens of top-notch speakers, sessions and workshops at this year's MCubed conference
  • Incognito mode won't stop smut sites sharing your pervy preferences with Facebook, Google and, er, Oracle
  • Arrested development: Cops dump Amazon's facial-recognition API after struggling to make the thing work properly
  • Cloud makes it rain for Microsoft: IT giant turns green with Azure, cash poured all over investors
  • The pro-privacy Browser Act has re-appeared in US Congress. But why does everyone except right-wing trolls hate it?
  • It's never good when 'Magecart' and 'bulletproof' appear in the same sentence, but here we are
  • npm uninstall co-founder --global: Laurie Voss rides off into the sunset waving goodbye
  • We don't mean to poo-poo this, but... The Internet of S**t has literally arrived thanks to Pampers smart diapers
  • We need citizen devs, cries Microsoft – but pricey new licensing plans for PowerApps might put paid to that
  • Soon Google will have more bit barns in Texas than you can shake a stick at: Second facility planned for Ellis County
  • DRAM, is it cold in here? Semiconductor market expected to shrink 12% in 2019
  • Bulgaria hack: 20-year-old infosec whizz cuffed after 'adult population's' finance deets nicked
  • Hip and modern IBM can't beat legacy kit and services IBM: That's four consecutive quarters of revenue decline now
  • Big fat doubt hovers over UK.gov's Making Tax Digital, customs declaration IT projects
  • Those facial recognition trials in the UK? They should be banned, warns Parliamentary committee
  • Qualcomm fined €242m over 'predatory pricing' that helped to knock off British competitor Icera
  • Japan and Greece collide as Toshiba's storage biz spinoff reborn as Kioxia
  • Microsoft demos end-to-end voting verification system ElectionGuard, code will be on GitHub
  • 'Member Ke3chang? They're still at it, you know. Euro diplomats targeted by 'China-based' hacker crew
  • Red flag: Verify to be marked 'undeliverable' by gov projects watchdog
  • Elon Musk's new idea is to hook your noggin up to an AI – but is he just insane about the brain?
  • Rust in peace: Memory bugs in C and C++ code cause security issues so Microsoft is considering alternatives once again
  • Banks bid legacy tech farewell as they sail to the cloud – but now all that infrastructure is in hands of the big three
  • Dutch cops collar fella accused of crafting and flogging Office macro nasties to cyber-crooks

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  • Kernel prepatch 5.3-rc1
  • A crop of weekend stable kernel updates
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  • Cook: security things in Linux v5.2
  • [$] Kernel analysis with bpftrace
  • Security updates for Thursday
  • [$] LWN.net Weekly Edition for July 18, 2019
  • [$] What's coming in Python 3.8
  • [$] Fedora, GNOME Software, and snap
  • Security updates for Wednesday
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  • LXD 3.15 released
  • [$] Who's afraid of a big bad optimizing compiler?
  • Security updates for Monday
  • 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
  • Don’t Let Encrypted Messaging Become a Hollow Promise
  • Victory: Oakland City Council Votes to Ban Government Use of Face Surveillance
  • SAMBA versus SMB: Adversarial Interoperability is Judo for Network Effects
  • A Bad Copyright Bill Moves Forward With No Serious Understanding of Its Dangers
  • Sharpening Our Claws: Teaching Privacy Badger to Fight More Third-Party Trackers
  • House Judiciary Committee Continues Its Antitrust Inquiry Into the Internet Marketplace
  • The Design Behind EFF's New Membership Shirt
  • Hearing Thursday: EFF, ACLU Will Ask Court to Rule In Favor of Travelers Suing DHS Over Unconstitutional, Warrantless Searches of Cellphones, Laptops
  • EFF Sues AT&T, Data Aggregators For Giving Bounty Hunters and Other Third Parties Access to Customers’ Real-Time Locations
  • 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
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  • Lightning kills 32, injures dozens as monsoon batters India
  • 'Jihad Squad' meme with Omar & co. on Illinois GOP page angers Democrats
  • Iranian TV shows state flag flown on seized British ship (VIDEO)
  • Reform of Japan's 'pacifist' constitution clause at stake as super-majority slips from PM Abe
  • Hong Kong police use tear gas, rubber bullets as protesters target Chinese govt office (VIDEO)
  • Boris Johnson is a Kremlin agent too, because he talks to ‘Russian oligarch’ who hates Putin. What?
  • The Open 2019: Shane Lowry romps to title with six-shot victory at Portrush (VIDEO)
  • Thousands of bones found in Vatican search for missing teen
  • Ukraine’s Zelensky gains parliamentary faction in snap election
  • British tanker was in Omani waters, Iran violated intl law by seizing it – UK Shipping Chamber
  • ‘Stronger than ever’: India set to launch rescheduled Moon mission
  • US military complains Venezuelan jet ‘aggressively shadowed’ its spy plane… blames Russia (VIDEO)
  • Cat ear filter strikes again: Canadian police red-faced over ‘cutiefied’ brief on homicide
  • After failing to launch war with Iran on its own, US drags UK into conflict – Zarif
  • And now ‘apologize to Israel’: Trump in new rant on ‘weak, insecure’ Omar, Tlaib & co.
  • Priyanka Chopra dissed as ‘hypocrite’ over viral smoking photo after her asthma campaign
  • From Pacquiao to Couture: 6 sporting legends who prove you can still win big in your 40s (VIDEO)
  • Dashcam footage shows pensioner driving wrong way down motorway (VIDEO)
  • Harry from the halfway line! Spurs ace Kane strikes to sink Juventus in pre-season game (VIDEO)
  • UK caught in crossfire of US-Iran brinkmanship, and whose fault is that?
  • 8 killed, dozens injured in suicide bombing in Pakistan
  • Pakistani soldier killed by ‘unprovoked’ cross-border fire from India – Islamabad
  • Over 60 Australian planes grounded after fatal crash in Sweden
  • Israel to make exception in allowing BDS-supporting Omar & Tlaib into the country
  • 4 people beaten & stabbed to death over suspicion of practicing witchcraft in India
  • Indian comedian suffers fatal heart attack on stage, audience thinks it’s part of the act
  • ‘Biking Queens’ from India visit Moscow as part of mega trip
  • ‘This is too much’: News of Natalie Portman as female Thor divides film franchise fans
  • UK Finance Minister Philip Hammond says he’ll resign before 'new PM' Boris Johnson can sack him
  • Europe faces ‘looming syphilis epidemic’ thanks to dating apps and reduced fear of HIV
  • The Open 2019: Glory awaits Shane Lowry after history-making penultimate round
  • Forces in UK seek to escalate tensions ‘well beyond issue of ships’ – Iran’s envoy in London
  • Hand grenades, rifle, crossbow & machete found in new neo-Nazi cell bust in Italy
  • Ukraine chooses new parliament after president Zelensky called snap election
  • Oil will go 'bust' if recession hits
  • Pac-Man is back! Manny Pacquiao dethrones Keith Thurman to win world title number NINE
  • Hong Kong police seize explosives at storehouse used by pro-independence group
  • Panama cites ‘deliberate violations’ as it disowns UAE-based tanker seized by Iran
  • UFC San Antonio: British welterweight Leon Edwards calls for Jorge Masvidal fight after dominant win
  • UFC San Antonio: Controversial heavyweight Greg Hardy claims quickfire win (VIDEO)
  • UFC San Antonio: 'The Big Ticket' Walt Harris stops Aleksei Oleinik in 12 seconds (VIDEO)
  • UFC San Antonio: Kiwi star Dan Hooker bounces back with huge knockout (VIDEO)
  • 100,000+ brave rain in Hong Kong in show of support for police (VIDEO)
  • AOC wants ‘9/11-style commission’ to look into family separation policy
  • Twitter mutes 3 Iranian news agencies after British tanker seizure
  • UK denies maritime violations, tells UN that tanker seized by Iran was in Omani waters
  • Extreme heatwave across US prompts concerns about elderly, homeless & inmates
  • ‘No to Boris, yes to Europe:’ Thousands march though London in protest against Brexit & BoJo
  • The Open 2019: Playing partners clash at Portrush after stray shot hits caddie's mother
  • British Airways, Lufthansa suspend flights to Cairo for 7 days as ‘precaution’
  • ‘Great day for all humanity’: Nazi-looted artwork finally returned to Italy after 75yrs (VIDEO)
  • ISS mission blasts off into space from Baikonur Cosmodrome (WATCH)
  • Man thrashed & killed by mob in India over allegedly hunting peacocks
  • Chaos on the way? Premier League chief admits VAR will 'create some controversy' during first season
  • Speedboats & helicopter assault: Iran shows footage of British tanker seizure (VIDEO)
  • UK’s Hunt ‘expressed extreme disappointment’ to Iran’s Zarif after tanker detention
  • Trump brands London mayor ‘incompetent’ after Met Police Twitter attack
  • Outraged with Trump ICE raids? Remember, he is yet to beat Obama’s deportation record – Lee Camp
  • Through the ropes: Boxer knocked head-first out of the ring in heavyweight clash (VIDEO)
  • Iran releases VIDEO of detained British-flagged tanker
  • Protesters rally in Moscow over barring of opposition candidates from city council election
  • ‘Your child may be taken from your home’: School warns parents over unpaid lunch bills
  • War with Iran as 2020 election boost? Ron Paul optimistic Trump may tell Bolton ‘to get lost’
  • Manhunt after 2 men release tear gas on packed train in central London
  • Scandal-plagued Bibi beats Ben-Gurion to become longest-serving Israeli PM
  • Pacquiao v Thurman: Punters flock to casinos to back Manny Pacquiao in Las Vegas title clash
  • Scores detained, tear gas used against rowdy Algerian football fans in France after Africa Cup final
  • Who ‘owns’ the Moon 50 years after mankind’s 1st ‘giant leap’
  • Hong Kong actor stabbed on stage in frenzied attack during public event (VIDEO)
  • 'A true Hollywood entertainer:' Zlatan Ibrahimovic hits 'perfect hat-trick' in LA derby (VIDEO)
  • Britain advises its ships to stay away from Strait of Hormuz after tanker seized by Iran
  • ‘Something fishy here’: Putin doesn’t believe UK poisoned Skripals
  • Russian mine unearths unique large flawless yellow diamond
  • Seized UK-flagged tanker involved in ‘accident’ with Iranian fishing boat, probe launched – Tehran
  • Cuba, Russia, China, Iran – Pompeo lists every nation that 'must leave' Venezuela, except one
  • NYC subway meltdown wrecks rush-hour commute, inexplicable computer glitch to blame
  • Cross-border drug traffic peaking thanks to focus on migrant crisis, US drug czar says
  • That funny smell: 4.5mn-gallon sewage spill shuts Washington beaches
  • Reports of heavy explosions as Saudi-led coalition resumes assault on Yemeni capital
  • US pressure & EU inaction left Iran with ‘very few options’ except to retaliate
  • Saudi Arabia invites US to 'preserve its peace' against Iran by swamping Gulf with more troops
  • Fool me twice? Elderly killer out on compassionate release convicted of another murder
  • London police Twitter blares ‘F*CK THE POLICE’ in apparent hack
  • McAfee claims CIA tried to ‘collect’ him, poses armed in boat with his wife (PHOTO)
  • UK warns Iran of consequences for 'unacceptable' tanker seizures
  • ‘Escalatory violence’: Washington reacts to Tehran seizing British tanker
  • The Open 2019: Is a Shane Lowry championship victory a statistical inevitability?
  • Reports of Iran seizing 2nd UK oil tanker in Strait of Hormuz
  • Polish newspaper compared to ‘German fascists’ over ‘LGBT-free zone’ stickers
  • Lionel Messi chills out on $6,200 PER NIGHT private island ahead of new season (PHOTOS)
  • Iran confiscates British tanker in Strait of Hormuz – IRGC
  • VIDEO shows fiery descent of Chinese space station from orbit
  • Scrabble or anti-Semitism? Norwegian ‘Jewish pig’ cartoon courts controversy
  • The Open 2019: Tiger Woods to take a break from golf after missing the cut at Portrush (VIDEO)
  • Is Nigel Farage inching his way into Bojo’s plans for post-Brexit Britain?
  • ‘Little miracle’: Futuristic Orthodox church to appear in Moscow (PHOTOS)
  • Has London turned into the UK’s protest capital? Fencesitter finds out
  • Vietnam accuses Chinese oil survey vessel of violating its sovereignty in S. China Sea
  • NFL's Tyreek Hill avoids suspension after 'comprehensive investigation' into child abuse allegations
  • ‘Bring it’: Businesses rush to cash in on Storm Area 51 joke as founder feels ‘spooked’

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  • Rahbani and Simone blend at Beirut Holidays Festival
  • Rahbani and Simone blend in Beirut
  • The Beirut Holidays Festival played host to a mixture of musical influences Friday night, delivered by non-other than Ziad Rahbani.
  • Depardieu charms with Barbara tribute at Beiteddine
  • Depardieu charms Beiteddine with Barbara tribute
  • Saturday night saw the Beiteddine Art Festival host one of France’s national treasures, legendary actor Gerard Depardieu, in a tribute concert to his friend Barbara.
  • Military studies ‘hyperfit’ women who pass grueling tests
  • Military studies ‘hyperfit’ women
  • In the nearly four years since the Pentagon announced it was opening all combat jobs to women, at least 30 have earned the Army Ranger tab, two have graduated from Marine infantry school and three have passed the grueling initial assessment phase for Green Beret training.
  • Toxic accord on U.S. defense spending
  • Toxic accord on U.S. defense spending
  • You often hear that in these polarized times, Republicans and Democrats are deadlocked on almost everything.
  • Syrian refugee swims at world contest
  • Syrian refugee swims at world contest
  • Syrian refugee Yusra Mardini, who risked drowning at sea while fleeing her war-torn country four years ago, heaved a deep sigh after failing to set a personal best at the world swimming championships Sunday.
  • Paris exhibition gives humble back its place in limelight
  • Paris exhibition gives humble back its place in limelight
  • It does not usually make it into the spotlight but the humble back is always there, yet almost never seen in fashion images, forgotten amid the focus on the front and faces.
  • Vatican opens burial rooms in hunt for princesses
  • Vatican opens burial rooms in hunt for teenager
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  • Mueller Hearing to Air Evidence of Trump Wrongdoing
  • Ocasio-Cortez: Trump Enjoyed Crowd Saying, ‘Send Her Back!’
  • Apollo 11 Brought a Message of Peace to the Moon
  • Vatican College Space Holds Bones of Dozens, Expert Says
  • American Crocodiles Thriving Outside Nuclear Plant
  • Florida Woman Accused of Assault Over Pizza Slice
  • Trump’s “Go Back” Remark: In Workplace, It Might Be Illegal
  • Is This a Transcript from a Radio Interview with U.S. Rep. Ocasio-Cortez?
  • Did Lawmakers Demand the Pentagon Disclose If It Developed Weaponized Ticks?
  • Plastic or Paper? Trump Campaign Weighs in on Straw Debate
  • The New Yorker July 22, 2019
  • 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
  • Slide Show: New Yorker Cartoons July 22, 2019
  • 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
  • Conservative Nationalism Is Trumpism for Intellectuals
  • Does Extinction Rebellion Have the Solution to the Climate Crisis?
  • Jack Davison’s Throwback to a Golden Age of Editorial Portraiture
  • The Weaponization of National Belonging, from Nazi Germany to Trump
  • Cognitive Dissonances I’m Comfortable With
  • The Audio App That’s Transforming Erotica
  • Donald Trump’s Idea of Selective Citizenship
  • Sunday Reading: The Women Reshaping Professional Sports
  • Between the Moon and Woodstock
  • Archaeologists Discover Long-Sought-After Racist Bone
  • Witnessing the Moon Landing in Ireland, at the Start of the Troubles
  • Lyndon Johnson’s Unsung Role in Sending Americans to the Moon

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