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  • Pentagon's $10BN Jedi Decision 'Risky for the Country and Democracy,' Says AWS CEO Jassy
  • Neurodegenerative Diseases May be Caused by Transportation Failures Inside Neurons
  • Advertisers Want Exemption From Web Privacy Rules That, You Know, Enforce Privacy
  • Buyer of Used Hard Disks Gets 27TB of Government Data
  • Australia Burns Turning Sydney into Smog Covered Scene from Hell
  • Debian Developers Take to Voting Over Init System Diversity
  • Windows 10 October 2018 Update Users are Being Forced to Upgrade – Ready or Not
  • World's First Human Composting Site to Open
  • CRISPR-Resistant Viruses Build 'Safe Rooms' to Shield Genomes From DNA-Dicing Enzymes
  • 'I Was Addicted to Exercise'
  • Oculus Quest Becomes First VR Set With Native Hand Tracking
  • That Time Benjamin Franklin Tried (and Failed) to Electrocute a Turkey
  • This Photo Proves How The Hellfire Missile That Uses Blades Instead Of Explosives Works
  • Storing Data in Everyday Objects
  • The Pirate Bay is Trialing High-Quality Video Streaming Links
  • A Tech Jewel: Converting Graphene into Diamond Film
  • Documents Show U.S. Officials Misled Public on Afghanistan War
  • Bernie Sanders Vows to Break up Huge ISPs and Regulate Broadband Prices
  • Russia Banned from World Sporting Events Due to Doping, to Include Olympics and World Cup
  • China Orders All Foreign Software Removed From Use
  • Don't Look Behind the Curtain--Peak Load Tesla Superchargers Are Diesel
  • Disney's Decision Not To Renew SecuROM License Bricks 'Tron: Evolution'
  • Star Trek: Deep Space Nine Actor Ren Auberjonois, who Played Changeling Odo, Dies at 79
  • Ancient Worm Reveals Way to Destroy Toxic Cells in Huntington's Disease
  • Technology Theft on the Rise in Bali
  • Qualcomm Announces Snapdragon 8c and 7c for Cheaper ARM Laptops
  • Intel Not Focused on Defending High CPU Market Share
  • Luxembourg Still Interested in Asteroid Mining
  • Norwegian Courts Decide in Favor of Public Access to Written Law
  • FTC Kicks Feet Through Ash Pile that Once was Cambridge Analytica with Belated Verdict
  • WinRAR Nukes Pirate Keygen but is a "Good Guy" Towards Regular Users
  • $1 Billion Overvalued Home Causes Budget Shortfalls
  • Designers Rendered Images of Flying Car Patents from the Last Century
  • ISS Getting Another Electronic Empath
  • ‘Randomizers’ Are Breathing New Life Into Old Games
  • H-1B Visa: New Registration System Will Start in March
  • Elon Musk Found Not Liable for Defamation
  • Single-Celled Organisms Can Make "Decisions"
  • Loss of Y Chromosome in Aging Men Correlates With Cancer Risks
  • Mozilla In Trouble? 2018 Revenue Fell 20%, Expenses Exceed Income For First Time
  • SANS Announces 13th Holiday Hack Challenge and 2nd Kringlecon Infosec Conference
  • Qualcomm’s New Snapdragon 865 is 25% Faster, Comes With Mandatory 5G
  • How Neural Networks Work—and Why They’ve Become a Big Business
  • Quantum Computing's Also-Rans and Their Fatal Flaws
  • Proposal To Require Facial Recognition For US Citizens At Airports Dropped
  • New Linux Vulnerability Lets Attackers Hijack VPN Connections
  • FCC Tries to Bury Finding that Verizon and T-Mobile Exaggerated 4G Coverage
  • Huawei Launches ARM-Based Desktop Motherboards
  • Rocket Lab's Guided Reentry Test Moves Company Closer to Partially Reusable Rockets
  • AMD's Ryzen CPUs Will Eventually Feature More Than 16 Cores
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  • Microsoft Teams is the First Office App For Linux
  • Architects Are Playing With the Future of Design in Video Games
  • Iran's Internet Freedom is On Life Support
  • Google Releases Chrome 79 With New Features Including an Option To Freeze Tabs and Back-Forward Caching
  • Are You One Of Avast's 400 Million Users? This Is Why It Collects And Sells Your Web Habits.
  • Greeks Set To Face Heavy Fines If They Don't Spend 30% of Their Income Electronically
  • The Death of the Paper Ticket For Sporting Events
  • Google Built Its Own Tiny HDMI 2.1 Box To Jump-Start 'the Next Generation of Android TV'
  • Facebook Tells US Attorney General It's Not Prepared To Get Rid Of Encryption On WhatsApp And Messenger
  • Investigation Reveals It's Possible For Anyone To Find Geographic Coordinates of Ring Devices Using Post from Amazon's Neighbors App
  • A Social Media Influencer Will Serve 14 Years in Prison After His Plot To Take Over a Website at Gunpoint Backfired
  • Apple Sues iPhone CPU Design Ace After He Quits To Run Data center Chip Upstart Nuvia
  • Away Fires CEO Steph Korey After Months-Long Search for Her Replacement
  • Five Cities Account For Vast Majority of Growth In Tech Jobs, Study Finds
  • Apple To Speak At CES Conference For First Time In Decades
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  • NASA’s TESS Watched an Outburst from Comet 46P/Wirtanen
  • December Meteor Squalls: Prospects for the 2019 Geminids and Ursids
  • These Incredible Images of Alien Worlds are Actually Miniatures
  • New Project Headed by Apollo’s Charlie Duke to Send Messages to Space
  • Why Are Particles Getting Ejected Off of Asteroid Bennu?
  • China’s Yutu-2 Rover has now Traveled Over 345 Meters Across the Surface of the Moon
  • A New Way to Measure the Age of the Milky Way
  • It’s Time to Decide. Where Should OSIRIS-REx Take a Sample from Bennu?
  • Neptune-Sized Planet Found Orbiting a Dead White Dwarf Star. Here’s the Crazy Part, the Planet is 4 Times Bigger Than the Star
  • Astronauts are Going to Attach a “Robot Hotel” to the Outside of the International Space Station
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  • The DU Command - Disk Usage NOT File Size
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  • It's the end of the 20-teens, and your Windows PC can still be pwned by nothing more than a simple bad font
  • Americans should have strong privacy-protecting encryption ...that the Feds and cops can break, say senators
  • It may be out of sync with the US govt, but Huawei is rolling out its Harmony OS to more devices in 2020
  • RISC-V Xmas gifts: SiFive emits vector-enabled cores, Western Digital teases new SweRVs, VxWorks hugs ISA, Samsung rolls it into 5G...
  • Intel might want to reconsider the G part of SGX – because it's been plunderstruck
  • And then there were two: HMS Prince of Wales joins Royal Navy
  • Don't pay off Ryuk ransomware, warn infoseccers: Its creators borked the decryptor
  • Microsoft plays 'Spot the Azure VM that can disappear any time'
  • ESA trumpets 'world's first space debris removal' with 4-armed junk botherer
  • The Windows Phone keeps ringing but no one's home: Microsoft finally lets platform die
  • Oh noes! Half the NHS runs on Windows 7! Thankfully, here's Citrix with a virty vaccine
  • Co-op Bank online and mobile banking goes TITSUP*
  • SIEMs like a stretch: Elastic searches for cash from IT pros with security budgets
  • Managing the Linux kernel at AWS: 'A large team of security experts' dealing with fallout from Spectre, Meltdown flaws
  • I'll take your frame to another dimension, pay close attention: This AI auto-generates 3D objects from 2D snaps
  • Join us on our new journey, says Wunderlist – as it vanishes down the Microsoft plughole
  • In tribute to Galaxy Note 7, BBC iPlayer support for loadsa Samsung TVs goes up in flames
  • We've heard of spam filters but this is ridiculous: Pig-monkey chimeras developed in a Chinese laboratory
  • Internet jerk with million-plus fans starts 14-year stretch for bizarre dot-com armed robbery
  • Tesla has a smashing weekend: Model 3 on Autopilot whacks cop cars, Elon's Cybertruck demolishes part of LA
  • Apple sues iPhone CPU design ace after he quits to run data-center chip upstart Nuvia
  • Advertisers want exemption from web privacy rules that, you know, enforce privacy
  • Amazon: Trump photon-torpedoed our $10bn JEDI dream because he hates CEO Jeff Bezos
  • Final update doled out to those who let Google sit on their face: Glass Explorer Edition cut off from the mothership
  • Xerox woos HP stock owners with talk of layoffs, selloffs and cash payouts post merger
  • Brewing in spaaaaace: SpaceX sends a malting kit to the International Space Station
  • Apple tipped to go full wireless by 2021, and you're all still grumbling about a headphone jack
  • Watch live online: Your customers and staff need always-on instant results. Here's how to meet those demands
  • Worldwide, perpetual, irrevocable and royalty-free: Amazon's Alexa NHS contract released
  • Ericsson throws $1bn at US authorities to make bribery probe go away
  • Ad network ransomware crook to flog 5k Rolex after court confiscates 270k in ill-gotten gains
  • Outposts, Local Zone, Wavelength: It's a new era of distributed cloud, says AWS architect
  • Kiwi tax probe squeezed $25m out of Microsoft – now it's Oracle's turn
  • Metasploit for drones? Best of luck with that, muses veteran tinkerer
  • Behuld – zee-a internet ouff tuilet tissuoe at Meecrusufft Sveden. Bork bork bork!
  • Two can play that game: China orders ban on US computers and software
  • David Phillips, godfather of UK tech distribution industry, dies aged 74
  • Things Microsoft will be glad to never see again: Windows 10 1809 and Windows Phone Office
  • Gee, S/4HANA. Just what I always wanted: Customers are wary of what's in SAP's sack
  • Here's a bit of Intel for you: Neri a day goes by that HPE doesn't feel CPU shortage pinch
  • Remember the Dutch kid who stuck his finger in a dam to save the village? Here's the IT equivalent
  • Homeland Security backs off on scanning US citizens, Amazon ups AI ante, and more
  • OpenBSD bugs, Microsoft's bad update, a new Nork hacking crew, and more
  • FTC kicks feet through ash pile that once was Cambridge Analytica with belated verdict
  • Elon Musk gets thumbs up from jury for use of 'pedo guy' in cave diver defamation lawsuit
  • Forget sharks with lasers, NASA kits out an elephant seal with a sensor-studded skullcap
  • WebAssembly gets nod from W3C and, most likely, an embrace from cryptojackers online
  • China fires up 'Great Cannon' denial-of-service blaster, points it toward Hong Kong
  • Samsung Galaxy S11 tipped to escalate the phone cam arms race with 108MP sensor
  • Cloud vendors burp after last year's server sales feast, couldn't possibly eat any more

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  • [$] New features for the Kubernetes scheduler
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  • Google Summer of Code 2020
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  • Vetter: Upstream Graphics: Too Little, Too Late
  • [$] The end of the 5.5 merge window
  • Security updates for Monday
  • Kernel prepatch 5.5-rc1
  • [$] Developers split over split-lock detection
  • VPN hijacking on Linux (and beyond) systems
  • Security updates for Friday
  • [$] Debian votes on init systems
  • Stable kernels 5.4.2, 5.3.15, and 4.19.88
  • Security updates for Thursday
  • [$] LWN.net Weekly Edition for December 5, 2019
  • FSF News
  • 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
  • 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
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  • The Senate Judiciary Committee Wants Everyone to Know It’s Concerned about Encryption
  • Genetic Genealogy Company GEDmatch Acquired by Company With Ties to FBI & Law Enforcement—Why You Should Be Worried
  • Speaking Freely: An Interview With Biella Coleman
  • Speaking Freely: An Interview With Rima Sghaier
  • Strengthen California’s Consumer Data Privacy Regulations
  • We Need To Save .ORG From Arbitrary Censorship By Halting the Private Equity Buy-Out
  • Mint: Late-Stage Adversarial Interoperability Demonstrates What We Had (And What We Lost)
  • Certbot Leaves Beta with the Release of 1.0
  • The FCC Is Opening up Some Very Important Spectrum for Broadband
  • How a Patent on Sorting Photos Got Used to Sue a Free Software Group
  • Sen. Cantwell Leads With New Consumer Data Privacy Bill
  • EFF Releases Certbot 1.0 to Help More Websites Encrypt Their Traffic
  • EFF Report Exposes, Explains Big Tech’s Personal Data Trackers Lurking on Social Media, Websites, and Apps
  • Video: Ruth Taylor Describes Her Win Against an Online Voting Patent
  • Sanctions, Protests, and Shutdowns: Fighting to Open Iran’s Internet
  • DEEP DIVE: EFF to DHS: Stop Mass Collection of Social Media Information
  • About Face: Ending Government Use of Face Surveillance
  • Nonprofit Community Stands Together to Protect .ORG
  • Three Political Ad Policies and No Good Answers
  • Victory: Pennsylvania Supreme Court Rules Police Can’t Force You to Tell Them Your Password
  • Five Senators Join the Fight to Learn Just How Bad Ring Really Is
  • Finally, the Supreme Court Agrees to Review the Federal Circuit’s Dangerous Decisions in Oracle v. Google
  • The Intelligence Community Took Months to Respond to a Key Question About Section 215, And It Still Doesn’t Have Any “Legal Conclusion”
  • House Lawmakers Extend Section 215 into Next Year Even Though They Had Years to Stop Illegal Overcollection of Americans’ Sensitive Data
  • EFF, Antivirus Companies, and Human Rights Groups Launch Coalition to Combat Stalkerware
  • The Council of Europe Shouldn’t Throw Out Our Privacy Rights Just to Speed Up Police Access
  • The FCC Is About to Raise Billions. Congress Should Invest it in Fiber Infrastructure
  • Federal Judge Issues Historic Opinion for Digital Privacy at the Border
  • EFF to Court: Don’t Let Private Organizations Control Access to the Law
  • Submit Your FOIA Horror Stories for The Foilies 2020
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  • Alice Doesn’t Block Good Patents, It Protects the Public By Requiring Real Invention
  • Equifax Data Breach Update: Backsliding
  • Federal Court Rules Suspicionless Searches of Travelers’ Phones and Laptops Unconstitutional
  • EFF Sues DHS to Obtain Information About the Agency’s Use of Rapid DNA Testing on Migrant Families at the Border
  • What Reporters Should Look For in Latest Facebook Document Leak
  • EFF Urges Court to Reconsider Decision That Harms Internet Users’ Ability to Protect Themselves Online
  • With a Raid on Javier Smaldone, Argentinian Authorities Have Restarted Their Harassment of E-Voting Critics
  • Publishers Should be Making E-Book Licensing Better, Not Worse
  • FTC Takes Action Against Stalkerware Company Retina-X
  • Join EFF for Aaron Swartz Day This Weekend at The Internet Archive
  • Virtual(ly) Private Network: NordVPN’s Breach and the Limitations of VPNs
  • Transparency Advocates and Environment Defenders Call on California Supreme Court to Review Government Email Deletion Practices
  • Affordances: Science Fiction About Algorithmic Bias and Technological Resistance
  • Congress, Remember the 4th Amendment? It’s Time to Stop the U.S.-UK Agreement.
  • Why Adding Client-Side Scanning Breaks End-To-End Encryption
  • Phony HTTPS Everywhere Extension Used in Fake Tor Browser
  • Strengthen California’s Next Consumer Data Privacy Initiative
  • Facebook Faces Another Congressional Grilling
  • Nickelback's Record Label Abuses Copyright to Silence Political Speech
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  • ‘What's next, accuse Russian diplomats of doping?’ Lavrov mocks absurd media storm over his ‘secret’ meeting with Trump
  • VIOLENT VIDEOS capture lethal New Jersey gun battle as officers & shooters unleash hail of bullets for HOURS
  • Wonder kid! Barcelona's Ansu Fati becomes youngest Champions League goalscorer in history with Inter strike
  • WATCH LIVE: Lavrov speaks to media in Washington, DC
  • Who needs Messi? 17yo Fati strike sends Inter crashing out of UCL with THREE disallowed goals
  • Absolute power: How WADA became the judge, jury and executioner of world sports
  • Lavrov says US-Russia trade INCREASED to $27bn under Trump – all despite sanctions he intends to keep
  • 'I cried in the bath and tweeted Putin': Irish boxer Michael Conlan reveals aftermath of Olympic loss to Russian boxer Nikitin
  • Nearly 175 Saudi aviation students grounded after Pensacola base shooting
  • Egyptian King! Salah scores 200th goal for club & country from IMPOSSIBLE angle as Liverpool advance in UCL
  • Tens of thousands march in Paris in ongoing strikes against pension reform
  • Former Mexican govt official who took bribes from cartel headed by ‘El Chapo’ arrested in US
  • 'McGregor, Khabib – I'm ready': Social media sensation 'Salt Bae' calls out fight game's biggest stars (VIDEO)
  • NJ shooting: 6 dead, including officer and suspects, after intense gun battle in Jersey City (VIDEOS)
  • ‘Always better to talk than not’: Lavrov & Pompeo take on Russia-US problems in Washington, DC (VIDEO)
  • Luxury hotel close to presidential palace STORMED by militants in Somalia, gunfight ensues (VIDEO)
  • French champion figure skater accused of sexually abusing 13yo US female athlete
  • ‘Listen to old people & hold onto your idealism’: World’s oldest PM sends advice to youngest
  • New President Fernandez tells IMF Argentina ‘wants to pay debt but can’t’
  • ‘Rules must be applied to all athletes, not only Russians,’ Olympic medalist swimmer Yulia Efimova says
  • House releases articles of impeachment against Trump (READ THEM HERE)
  • No ‘exemplary leaders’ in EU? Erdogan says ‘leadership void’ is plaguing Europe
  • 'I want to make rugby can be a top 3 sport in Russia': National team captain Vasily Artemyev (VIDEO)
  • S. Korea’s Moon to visit China for summit with Japan amid Pyongyang tension
  • ‘A good friend of mine is a senior nursing sister…’: Bid to label Leeds hospital photo ‘fake news’ backfires spectacularly
  • Moscow family may lose custody of 'perfectly healthy' 5yo daughter kept in clinic since birth
  • Russia offers Ukraine cheaper gas under new transit deal, Kiev promises to drop $3bn demand
  • 'It's like smoking 80 cigarettes a day': Cricket Australia implored to act as bush fire smoke causes 'hazardous' conditions at SCG
  • 'He's an old-school gentleman': Former Austrian FM Karin Kneissl praises Putin's exquisite manners
  • Turkey could send troops to Libya if requested – Erdogan
  • ‘Abuse of power’ & ‘obstruction of Congress’: Democrats unveil charges in Trump impeachment
  • Putin: If Kiev gets control of rebel-held border with Russia, a Srebrenica-type massacre may follow
  • 'WADA ban will not affect Russian part of Euro 2020’: LOC chief Sorokin says St. Petersburg games safe despite sanctions
  • China is winning the offshore oil game
  • Finland’s MPs approve world’s youngest PM Marin
  • ‘What did you do to protect us?’ High jump world champion Lasitskene lashes out at Russian sport bosses
  • India’s ‘Golden Tweet’ awarded to PM Modi for hugely viral election win message
  • 'Khabib won't stray from his father's plan': Abdulmanap Nurmagomedov details son's strategy ahead of Tony Ferguson fight (VIDEO)
  • Macron says Britain & EU ‘should push on with Brexit’ after UK’s election
  • ‘Guided by prejudices & biases’: India hits back at US after it threatened sanctions over citizenship bill
  • Roxette vocalist Marie Fredriksson has died at the age of 61
  • Former mayor of Moscow Luzhkov, once one of Russia’s most powerful officials, dies aged 83
  • World’s entire history, every revolution, every war, is shaped by taxation – RT’s Keiser Report
  • 'It sent me into a mini coma!' Russian Slapping Champion 'Dumpling' KO'd & hospitalized in defeat (VIDEO)
  • Greece lodges objection at UN over Libya-Turkey maritime border deal
  • Hong Kong police disarm two radio-controlled 10kg nail-filled bombs found at school ground
  • Key suspect in 2017 St. Petersburg Metro blast sentenced to life
  • Canada goes after Volkswagen over diesel emissions fraud
  • Mass shooting suspect, who killed 6 in Czech hospital, takes own life while being chased by police
  • Seoul says N. Korea’s recent test was ‘of rocket engine’
  • Chilean military transport plane with 38 people onboard declared ‘crashed’ after vanishing en route to Antarctica
  • Central banks worldwide buying up massive amounts of gold in a shift away from US dollar – Goldman Sachs
  • Qatar sends prime minister to Gulf summit, sign of potential thaw in regional rift
  • Russian military delivers first humanitarian aid to Raqqa, left in ruins by US-led coalition (VIDEO)
  • WATCH predatory tropical fish jump out of water to attack hovering DRONE
  • Shooting at Czech hospital leaves at least 6 killed, suspect on the run
  • Duterte to lift martial law in S. Philippines by year’s end – aide
  • WADA's Russia ban contradicts Olympics charter, Russia has every reason to appeal – Putin
  • ‘Bearpocalypse’: WATCH dozens of polar bears besiege Arctic village in Russia's Chukotka
  • US knows best? Washington threatens India with sanctions over citizenship bill for persecuted religious minorities
  • New Zealand volcano eruption survivors suffer ghastly 70%+ body surface burns, hospitals at full capacity
  • Chilean military plane with 38 on board disappears en route to Antarctica
  • Putin slams WADA ban as ‘politically biased collective punishment’ of Russian athletes
  • Georgian killed in Berlin was a murderer & terrorist, but ‘I don’t know what happened to him’ – Putin
  • 5.3-magnitude quake hits New Zealand day after fatal volcano eruption
  • BBC reporter roasted for focusing on fake news of Labour activist ‘punching’ official at Leeds hospital protest
  • Crossfire Hurricane in a teacup? IG report exposes gaping chasm between Russiagate inquiry and reality
  • Normandy Four agree to ‘stabilize’ eastern Ukraine in Paris communique (VIDEO)
  • Former CIA director Brennan lied to Congress about Steele Dossier, IG report reveals
  • Ukraine, Syria, nukes and… Russiagate? What’s on the table as Lavrov goes to Washington
  • FBI surveillance ‘an embarrassment to our country’, Trump says, after Justice Department report released
  • Reality’s dawning on US media that Venezuela coup failed & Maduro’s stronger – what next, ask Russia to ‘ease him out’?
  • Putin ‘happy’ with results of Paris summit & one-to-one with Ukraine’s Zelensky
  • ‘Confidence-building needed’: Paris summit can revive Ukrainian peace process, former Austrian FM tells RT
  • WADA’s Russia doping ban is a ‘war of politics’ that ‘robs clean athletes of glory’
  • Real Madrid star Benzema could face criminal trial over ‘sextape blackmail’ case
  • ‘Epstein didn’t kill himself’: Miami gallery scrambles to cover message scrawled in lipstick after banana art devoured
  • ‘No signs of life’: NZ PM says foreign tourists among those hit by White Island volcanic eruption
  • Elon Musk whacks traffic cone while driving Tesla Cybertruck after night out (VIDEO)
  • Mexico’s envoy to Argentina recalled over alleged theft of Casanova's bio from bookstore (VIDEO)
  • Russia’s Putin meets Ukraine’s Zelensky for the very 1st time at Paris summit
  • ‘We'll do everything in our power for atheletes to compete under the national flag’ – Russian Olympic Committee head
  • ‘Anti-Russia hysteria got chronic’: PM Medvedev slams WADA ban on Russian athletes
  • French mayor BANS citizens from dying on weekends and holidays due to lack of doctors
  • Out of sight, out of mind: BoJo grabs journo’s phone, puts it in pocket when asked about 4yo sleeping on hospital floor (VIDEO)
  • Mexico president says senators accepted changes to USMCA trade pact
  • See nothing, say nothing: Journalists who reported on Pensacola base Saudi shooter’s motives SUSPENDED on Twitter
  • Runner BANNED FOR LIFE for slapping female reporter's backside live on TV (VIDEO)
  • ‘Rodchenkov’s data is illegal, how can you take it as authentic?’ – Russian Sports Minister
  • Iran ready for big prisoner exchange with Washington but ‘ball is in US’ court’ – Zarif
  • EU leaders to prolong sanctions against Russia over Ukraine – German FM Maas
  • World chess champion Magnus Carlsen close to topping Premier League Fantasy Football table featuring 7 MILLION players
  • Russia to expand number of Zircon hypersonic cruise missile-capable ships
  • Japan arranging visit by Rouhani, ‘wants to play role’ in resolving Iran nuclear impasse
  • Russia will challenge WADA decision at top sports court – Sports Minister Kolobkov
  • Bulgaria is prepared to ensure transit of Russian gas to southern Europe
  • Protesters don Andrew Neil masks to TAUNT BoJo at fish market campaign stop
  • Israel’s 2 biggest parties agree on March 2 election if no govt formed
  • WADA leaves door open for Russia ban to be lifted early ‘if raw lab data is provided’
  • FIFA aiming to 'clarify extent of WADA decision regarding football' amid Russia World Cup ban fear - spokesperson to RT

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  • Security clearance loophole allowed ex-NSA hackers to work for UAE
  • Twelve human rights, one united wall
  • Twelve human rights, one united wall
  • Those who have visited the Modern and Contemporary Art Museum over the past year will have noticed a 60-meter-long wall slowly filling with vibrant and poignant graffiti art.
  • Netflix dominates Golden Globes nominations
  • Netflix dominates Golden Globes nominations
  • Hollywood disruptor Netflix dominated the Golden Globe nominations Monday as its heart-wrenching divorce saga “Marriage Story” grabbed six nods including best drama, kicking off the race for the Oscars.
  • Iran’s protests not an ‘internal affair’
  • Iran’s protests not an ‘internal affair’
  • Iranians are making a brave stand for freedom and, this time, must receive American support. It was a little over a decade ago, in June 2009, that the Islamic Republic of Iran endured what the ayatollahs, including Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei, subsequently described as a near-death experience at the hands of the Green revolution.
  • Bankers hail BDL call to cut interest rates
  • Bankers hail BDL call to cut interest rates
  • The decision to lower interest rates on dollar and lira deposits and eventually loans would ease the cost of deposits on lenders as well as stimulate the economy in the future
  • Saudi Arabia realistic on oil for 2020 budget
  • Saudi Arabia realistic on oil for 2020 budget
  • A year after a rare bullish call on oil, Saudi Arabia isn’t counting on much of an uplift from prices in 2020. The world’s biggest oil exporter has designed next year’s budget under the assumption that Brent will average about $65 per barrel, according to calculations by Ziad Daoud, Bloomberg’s chief economist in the Middle East. EFG Hermes puts the budget’s assumed oil price at $60 to $62, while Capital Economics has it between $55 and $60.
  • Saudi Arabia invested over $2 billion in Aramco IPO
  • Riyadh invested over $2 billion in Aramco IPO
  • Saudi government institutions invested almost $2.3 billion into the initial public offering of Saudi Aramco, a transaction that was intended to find new sources of funding for the kingdom’s economic diversification plan.
  • A living wage for capitalism, the path forward
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  • The King of Sweden Gives Peter Handke a Disgraceful Nobel Prize
  • In 2000, Pete Buttigieg Wrote an Essay Praising Bernie Sanders. What, Exactly, Did He Admire?
  • Pete Buttigieg, in First Campaign for State Treasurer, Swore Off Bank Money, Citing “Conflict of Interest”
  • Congress to Vote on $22 Billion Defense Increase One Week After Trump Slashed Food Stamps
  • Privatization at the NHS? American Business Interests Seek Growing Share of UK’s Health System
  • U.S. Sanctions Are Driving Iran to Tighten Its Grip on Iraq
  • Spokane vs. the Border Patrol: How Immigration Agents Stake Out a City Bus Station
  • Por que a esquerda no est conquistando novos coraes
  • Mais de 550 mulheres foram vtimas de violncia sexual dentro de universidades desde 2008
  • Bernie Sanders, Elizabeth Warren Team Up With House Progressives to Challenge Nancy Pelosi on Drug-Pricing Bill
  • The Government Has Taken At Least 1,100 Children From Their Parents Since Family Separations Officially Ended
  • U.S. Lobbyists Prepare to Seize “Historic Opportunity” in Tory-Led Brexit to Shred Consumer Safeguards, Raise Drug Prices
  • Pipeline Giant Energy Transfer and Its Private Security Contractors Face Bribery Charges in Pennsylvania
  • At Glitzy GOP Fundraiser, Devin Nunes Dodges Questions About Contact With Lev Parnas
  • The “Bernie Blackout” Is in Effect — and It Could Help Sanders Win
  • CPMI das fake news o ltimo ato de um ano vergonhoso
  • Even Hunter Biden Admits His Work in Ukraine Was a Mistake. Why Can’t His Father Say That?
  • Dear Mark Zuckerberg: Facebook Is an Engine of Anti-Muslim Hate the World Over. Don’t You Care?
  • Under Left and Right-Wing Leaders, the Amazon Has Burned. Can Latin America Reject Oil, Ranching, and Mining?
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