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  • Glowing Space Billboards Could Show Ads in the Night Sky
  • New Summit Between President Trump and Kim Jong-Un Planned for Late February
  • ULA's Vulcan Rocket Design Nearly Complete
  • Crustaceans and a Tardigrade Found in Antarctic Subglacial Lake
  • Saturn's Rings May Only be 10 Million to 100 Million Years Old
  • In the Absence of Diablo 4, Median XL Releases New Diablo 2 Mod Using Updated Engine
  • Removing IPv4 Completely from FreeBSD and Other Operating Systems
  • The FBI "Can Neither Confirm Nor Deny" That It Monitors Your Social Media Posts
  • Google Acquires Unspecified Smartwatch Technology and Employees From Fossil for $40 Million
  • Anti-Vaccine Movement Linked to Measles Outbreak in New York
  • Winter Storm Harper, Now Hammering the West; Will Be a Major Snowstorm Friday in East/Central US
  • Animation Shows Rotation of 2014 MU69 (Ultima Thule)
  • Milky Way to Face a One-two Punch of Galaxy Collisions
  • First Green Leaf on Moon Dies as Temperatures Plummet
  • Takeaways From the Ancient DNA Research Story
  • Man Drives 6,000 Miles to Prove Uncle Sam's Cellphone Coverage Maps are Wrong
  • First Artificial Meteor Shower Might Outshine Nature
  • "Junk DNA" Introns Can Help Yeast Strains Survive
  • Facebook Pledges $300 Million to "Support Journalism"
  • Majority of Wild Coffee Species at Risk of Extinction
  • German Institutions Reach Open Access Deal with Scientific Publisher Wiley
  • BitPay Sees Record Year for Revenue in 2018, with $1 Billion in Transactions
  • 'We're Going to Electrify the F-series,' Ford Exec Says
  • Stem Cell Therapy for Age-Related Macular Degeneration Ready for Clinical Trials
  • Soil Bacteria Found to Produce Mosquito Repelling Chemical Stronger than DEET
  • Quinoa and Other Grains Used in Whiskey
  • Oppo Smartphone Camera System Includes 10x "Hybrid Zoom"
  • Deep Learning Analysis Identifies New Human Ancestor
  • A Popular WordPress Plugin Leaked Access Tokens Capable of Hijacking Twitter Accounts
  • Micron Follows Through, Buys Out Intel's Stake in NAND and 3D XPoint Joint Venture
  • New DoJ Interpretation of Gambling Laws Affects U.S.-Based Web Sites
  • Huawei Under Investigation by DoJ for Theft of T-Mobile Trade Secrets
  • Antarctica Losing Six Times More Ice Mass Annually Now Than 40 Years Ago
  • Editorial Mutiny at Elsevier Journal of Informetrics
  • Goldman Sachs CEO Apologizes to Malaysia
  • New to Linux: Can I Script the Opening and Positioning of Multiple Terminal Windows on Startup?
  • TAE Technologies Claims Commercial Fusion Reactors in 5 Years
  • AMD Responds to Radeon VII Short Supply Rumors
  • Netflix Raises Monthly Prices on All of its US Plans; Here's How Much You'll Pay
  • New Evidence of Superconductivity at Near Room Temperature
  • British Parliament Rejects (Only) Brexit Plan
  • Step Aside Crop Circles, Check Out this Rotating Ice Circle in Maine River
  • The Dirty Truth about Turning Seawater into Drinking Water
  • CES - Massive Monitor Menagerie
  • Play Store Android Apps Must Have 64-Bit Versions by August 2019
  • Poly Ticks, Australian style
  • CERN Lays Out Plans for Future Circular Collider
  • Netflix Sued for Violating "Choose Your Own Adventure" Trademark
  • President Trump Signs into Law the Foundations for Evidence-Based Policymaking (FEBP) Act
  • The Headlight of the Future Is a Laser
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  • GitHub Seeks Feedback on 'Open Source Sustainability'
  • Rust 1.32.0 Stable Release Includes New Debugging Macro, 'Quality of Life' Improvements
  • Red Hat Rejects MongoDB's 'Discriminatory' Server Side Public License
  • Is Disney's Star Wars Franchise In Trouble?
  • LucasFilm Rescues Darth Vader Fan Film From YouTube Copyright Fight
  • Inside DJI's 'Robomasters' Robotics Competition
  • Asteroid Strikes 'Increase Threefold Over Last 300 Million Years,' Survey Finds
  • Researchers Created Artificial Cells That Can Communicate With Each Other
  • Google Faces Renewed Protests and Criticism Over China Search Project
  • Firmware Vulnerability In Popular Wi-Fi Chipset Affects Laptops, Smartphones, Routers, Gaming Devices
  • Identical Twins Test 5 DNA Ancestry Kits, Get Different Results On Each
  • Giving Algorithms a Sense of Uncertainty Could Make Them More Ethical
  • Microsoft Suggests Windows 10 Mobile Users Switch To iOS or Android As Support Winds Down
  • Tesla Is Cutting 7 Percent of Its Workforce To Reduce Model 3 Price
  • Russian Hackers Allegedly Attempted To Breach the DNC After the 2018 Midterms
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  • Geothermal Heating Could Make Life Possible on the Super Earth Planet at Barnard’s Star
  • Seeding the Milky Way with Life Using Genesis Missions
  • Cassini Saw Rain Falling at Titan’s North Pole
  • CERN is Planning to Build a Much Larger Particle Collider. Much, Much, Larger.
  • Astronomers Aren’t Pleased About a Russian Plan to Put Billboards in Space
  • Weekly Space Hangout: Jan 16, 2019: Paul MacNeal of JPL’s Annual Invention Challenge
  • There’s Life on the Moon! China’s Lander Just Sprouted the First Plants
  • The Prototype for the Starship has been Assembled, Hop Tests Could be Happening Soon
  • Jupiter Meets Venus at Dawn in a Close Conjunction
  • Titan’s Thick Clouds Obscure our View, but Cassini Took these Images in Infrared, Showing the Moon’s Surface Features
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  • Using Linux containers to analyze the impact of climate change and soil on New Zealand crops
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  • Deepin Linux 15.9 Released with Support for Touchscreen Gestures, Faster Updates
  • Red Hat Advances Container Technology With Podman 1.0
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  • DDoS sueball, felonious fonts, leaky Android file manager, blundering building security, etc etc
  • The Iceman cometh, his smartwatch told the cops: Hitman jailed after gizmo links him to Brit gangland slayings
  • Tens to be disappointed as Windows 10 Mobile death date set: Doomed phone OS won't see 2020
  • IBM HR made me lie to US govt, says axed VP in age-discrim legal row: I was ordered to cover up layoffs of older workers
  • DNAaaahahaha: Twins' 23andMe, Ancestry, etc genetic tests vary wildly, surprising no one
  • US midterms barely over when Russians came knocking on our servers (again), Democrats claim
  • Protestors beg Google not to build censored Project Dragonfly search engine
  • Veritas bowls two for Tooley, not out: Northern Europe role split
  • Atlassian barges into the billion dollar club with a cheery G'Day!
  • WD you like to know the damage? Analyst predicts sales dip ahead for Western Digital
  • Say GDP-aaaRrrgh, streamers: Max Schrems is coming for you, Netflix and Amazon
  • Microsoft partner portal 'exposes 'every' support request filed worldwide' today
  • Vodafone signs $550m deal with IBM to offload cloud biz
  • Black Horse slowed down: Lloyds Banking Group confirms problem with 'Faster' payments
  • Lords of the DNS remind admins about Flag Day, Juniper likes Watson and more
  • Lawyers' secure email network goes down, firm says it'll take 2 weeks to restore
  • I used to be a dull John Doe. Thanks to Huawei, I'm now James Bond!
  • At 900k lines of code, ONOS is getting heavy. Can it go on a diet?
  • Are you sure your disc drive has stopped rotating, or are you just ignoring the messages?
  • Watch an AI robot program itself to, er, pick things up and push them around
  • Microsoft blue biz bug bounty bonanza beckons
  • Friday fun fact: If Stegosauruses had space telescopes, they wouldn't have seen any rings around Saturn
  • Old bugs, new bugs, red bugs … yes, it's Oracle mega-update day again
  • Got a Drupal-powered website? You may want to get patching now...
  • Twitter. Android. Private tweets. Pick two... Account bug unlocked padlocked accounts
  • Man drives 6,000 miles to prove Uncle Sam's cellphone coverage maps are wrong – and, boy, did he manage it
  • FCC: Oh no, deary me. What a shame. Too bad, so sad we can't do net neutrality appeal during the US govt shutdown
  • Red Hat gets heebie-jeebies over MongoDB's T&Cs squeeze: NoSQL database dropped from RHEL 8B over license
  • It’s baaack – Microsoft starts pushing out the Windows 10 October 2018 Update
  • Oxford University reportedly turns off its Huawei money tap
  • Tech giant to spend $500m dealing with housing crisis caused by tech giants
  • Oracle boss's Brexit Britain trip shutdown due to US government shutdown
  • Top GP: Medical app Your.MD's data security wasn't my remit
  • Oracle exec: Open-source vendors locking down licences proves 'they were never really open'
  • Campaigners get go-ahead to challenge exemption UK gave itself over immigrants' data
  • Slack to fend off the collaboration competition with... a new logo
  • Oh snap: AWS has only gone and brought out its own Backup
  • Like, subscribe and comment: Sage takes a breath as cloud sales bounce
  • Cortana and Search to innovate separately in an amicable Windows 10 Insider split
  • Happy Thursday! 770 MEEELLLION email addresses and passwords found in yuge data breach
  • Diplomat warns that tech industry has become a pawn as politicos fight dirty
  • Most munificent Apple killed itself with kindness. Oh. Really?
  • Having AI assistants ruling our future lives? That's so sad. Alexa play Despacito
  • South Korea reckons mystery hackers cracked open advanced weapons servers
  • Three quarters of US Facebook users unaware their online behavior gets tracked
  • Do you feel 'lucky', well, do you, punk? Google faces down magic button patent claim
  • $24m in fun bux stolen from crypto-mogul. Now he fires off huge fraud charge. Like, RICO, say?
  • RIP 2019-2019: The first plant to grow on the Moon? Yeah, it's dead already, Chinese admit
  • Extra life! Unity tries to undo disunity caused by Improbable cloud gaming toolkit ban
  • US comms watchdog's industry-friendly 5G rules challenged by fresh legislation

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  • [$] A proposed API for full-memory encryption
  • Security updates for Friday
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  • [$] LWN.net Weekly Edition for January 17, 2019
  • [$] Adiantum: encryption for the low end
  • Security updates for Wednesday
  • [$] Ringing in a new asynchronous I/O API
  • Google Summer of Code mentor projects sought
  • [$] Fedora, UUIDs, and user tracking
  • Security updates for Tuesday
  • An ancient OpenSSH vulnerability
  • Security updates for Monday
  • Kernel prepatch 5.0-rc2
  • FSF News
  • 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
  • FSF job opportunity: Business operations manager
  • FSF Job Opportunity: Copyright and Licensing Associate
  • Minifree Libreboot X200 Tablet now FSF-certified to Respect Your Freedom
  • Zerocat Chipflasher "board-edition-1" now FSF-certified to Respect Your Freedom
  • Contract opportunity: JavaScript Developer for GNU LibreJS
  • Public Lab and Karen Sandler are 2017 Free Software Awards winners
  • LibrePlanet free software conference celebrates 10th anniversary, this weekend at MIT, March 24-25
  • Deeplinks
  • Federal Court Orders That Patent Troll Can’t Hide Its Machinations
  • Work with EFF this Summer! Apply to be a 2019 Google Public Policy Fellow
  • Article 13 and 11 Update: Even The Compromises are Compromised In This Copyright Trainwreck
  • Don’t Put Robots in Charge of the Internet
  • Now EVERYBODY Hates the New EU Copyright Directive
  • Copyright’s Safe Harbors Preserve What We Love About the Internet
  • Anyone—Even the Government—Can Ask the Patent Office to Review Invalid Patents
  • Belgium: Say No To Article 13 and 11
  • Luxembourg: Save the Internet from the Copyright Directive
  • The EU's Copyright Directive Charm Offensive Pats Europeans On the Head and Tells Them Leave it Up to the Corporations
  • Sweden — and You! — Can Save the Internet from the Copyright Directive
  • Poland, Take Action Now: Tell Negotiators to Oppose Article 13 and 11
  • The Public Domain Is Back, But It Still Needs Defenders
  • Germans Can Help Save the Internet from the Copyright Directive!
  • Even the Rightsholders Think Europe’s Article 13 is a Mess, Call for an Immediate Halt in Negotiations
  • Device ‘Ownership’ Is a Civil Liberties Issue
  • A Nazi Romance Movie Versus Memes: When Copyright Shuts Down Criticism
  • It's Copyright Week 2019: Join Us in the Fight for Better Copyright Law and Policy
  • The Internet is Facing a Catastrophe For Free Expression and Competition: You Could Tip The Balance
  • Bird Rides Inc. Demands Takedown of News Report on Lawful Re-use of Scooters
  • (Don't) Return to Sender: How to Protect Yourself From Email Tracking
  • The Federal Government Offers a Case Study in Bad Email Tracking
  • Apple Says Patent Troll Case Should Be Dismissed Because [REDACTED] but the Public Should Know Why
  • An Update on Facebook’s Smear Campaign Against Critics
  • You Should Have the Right to Sue Companies That Violate Your Privacy
  • Give Up the Ghost: A Backdoor by Another Name
  • From Encrypting the Web to Encrypting the Net: A Technical Deep Dive on Using Certbot to Secure your Mailserver
  • Fair Use Continued to Bear the Weight of Protecting Speech and Innovation: 2018 in Review
  • The Long Fight to Stop Mass Surveillance: 2018 in Review
  • Data Privacy Scandals and Public Policy Picking Up Speed: 2018 in Review
  • Wrangling With Monopolies: 2018 in Review
  • Where Governments Hack Their Own People and People Fight Back: 2018 in Review
  • Terrorism Lawsuits Threaten Lawful Speech: 2018 in Review
  • From Encrypting the Web to Encrypting the Net: 2018 Year in Review
  • Congress Censors the Internet, But EFF Continues to Fight FOSTA: 2018 in Review
  • The Year of the GDPR: 2018’s Most Famous Privacy Regulation in Review
  • Pushing Back Against Backdoors: 2018 Year in Review
  • Victories in the State Legislatures: 2018 In Review
  • Year in Review: Airport Surveillance Takes Off in a New, Dangerous Direction
  • Bloggers and Technologists Whose Voices Are Offline: 2018 in Review
  • Europe Speeds Ahead on Open Access: 2018 in Review
  • Investigative Scoops Worth Rereading: Year in Review 2018
  • EFF's New Logo: 2018 Year in Review
  • Expression on the Corporate Web: 2018 Year in Review
  • Grassroots Networks Mobilize From Coast-to-Coast to Promote Digital Rights: 2018 Year in Review
  • Patent Progress and Its Discontents: 2018 in Review
  • The Year Without the Open Internet Order: 2018 Year in Review
  • Can the Government Block Me on Twitter?: 2018 Year in Review
  • Using Technology to Protect Online Privacy: 2018 Year in Review
  • Recidivism Risk Assessments Won’t Fix the Criminal Justice System
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  • 'A fighter must control his emotions': Khabib says he's facing 1yr ban for McGregor brawl (VIDEO)
  • No president since Lincoln treated worse than me – Trump
  • Police release VIDEO of Arizona cop shooting 14yo with replica handgun
  • 200k on facial recognition and zero arrests: UK police slammed for wasting public money
  • 'A grave defeat for football': Napoli slam Italian Football Federation after Koulibaly ban upheld
  • Meet Dayana Yastremska, the 18-year-old whose Aus Open tears 'broke' Serena's heart (PHOTOS)
  • Activists face jail time & $500 fine for dropping supplies to migrants in wildlife refuge
  • Extremely DISTURBING video captures horror of Mexico pipeline blast
  • 'How about I whoop your ass?' Khabib manager Abdelaziz wants $10k grapple match with UFC's Mitchell
  • Merkel’s Bavarian allies get new party head who promises ‘new start’ for political union
  • Docs claim US trained UAE pilots for combat in Yemen, signaling deeper involvement in conflict
  • ‘This is hell like’: Rare winter thunderstorm hits Moscow
  • Nazi-inspired high school dance invitation triggers avalanche of outrage in Minnesota
  • Bikini-clad girls, celebs & politicians: WATCH Russians descend into frigid water on Epiphany
  • #ExposeChristianSchools: Twitter erupts over Pence’s defense of Christian schools
  • Ocasio-Cortez breaks all-time C-SPAN record in first House speech
  • 2 bodies recovered after Russian Su-34 fighter-bombers collided above Sea of Japan
  • Cross-border bridge connecting Russia & China to open in 2020
  • ‘Racist procedure’: Palestinians forced from bus & searched before entering Israeli hospital
  • 'You did amazing, don't cry!': Serena consoles tearful teenager Yastremska at Aus Open (VIDEO)
  • Facebook may face a record fine over privacy lapses – reports
  • 1000s of police on guard as Yellow Vests hit streets in France for 10th week in a row
  • 'Juve Out!': Fans call for boycott, expulsion of Juventus amid referee 'bias' in Italian Super Cup
  • Crown Prince MBS must be ‘dealt with’ before US-Saudi relations can move forward – Sen. Graham
  • 'Force for good': Premier League club to shelter homeless at stadium in freezing temperatures
  • British police take heat over women & minorities recruitment ad
  • ‘Toxic atmosphere’: Audience reveals BBC bias against Labour’s Diane Abbott
  • Real ladies don’t lick ice cream, Istanbul municipality says in etiquette course
  • Super Blood Wolf Moon: Your essential guide to rare lunar event
  • America: The world’s… 25th greatest democracy? Redacted Tonight reviews jaw-dropping report (VIDEO)
  • Twitter pillories BuzzFeed after Mueller team dismisses 'bombshell' on Cohen & Trump
  • Lords of war: US weapons factories dominate global arms trade
  • Mueller shoots down BuzzFeed's latest 'Russiagate' scoop with a rare dismissal
  • March for Life declares victory as media downplay it despite VP visit
  • US attorneys say criminals may be roaming free as govt shutdown slows investigations
  • Pipeline explosion kills 66, burns dozens in central Mexico (VIDEO)
  • 'Prove that WALLS WORK!' Trump fundraiser aims to flood Dems' offices with fake BRICKS
  • Chicago cop who shot black teen Laquan McDonald 16 times sentenced to nearly 7 years
  • 'Mistreated in prison, family kept in the dark' – ex-colleague of detained Iranian journalist to RT
  • Democrats claims ‘Russians’ tried to hack them after 2018 midterms
  • Record 376 migrants TUNNEL into US to turn themselves in
  • Fortnite used to lure minor into sex, child pornography
  • Fake news: US Army retracts tale of soldier saving a life with pen & hoodie
  • What evidence? BuzzFeed fuels ‘Russiagate’ with bombshell report on Trump and Cohen
  • ‘He says it's a mistake’: Lawyer for US ‘spy’ detained in Russia says client ‘upbeat, confident'
  • Russia warns US against arms race on Earth & space after missile defense plans revealed
  • Second Trump-Kim summit planned in February – White House
  • Washington Post columnist compares Putin-supporting American Jews to Stalinists
  • 'The worst belt I've ever seen': UFC trolled on social media over new world championship strap
  • Media & paramedics among 30 wounded at March of Return protest in Gaza
  • Anti-vax movement among TOP THREATS to global health, with HIV & Ebola, WHO says
  • Apophis asteroid could strike Earth in 2068, warn Russian scientists
  • Yellow Vests ‘the consequence of the corporate world taking over’ – Kusturica to RT
  • ‘I’m just Theresa, I need your sympathy’: Gollum actor returns to take down PM May over Brexit
  • Twitter admits Android users’ ‘protected’ tweets were left exposed for 4 years
  • 'Summer is happening’: Scientists reveal key new insights into Saturn’s moon Titan
  • ‘Same bull. Same bully’: Iranian FM trolls Bolton with #10YearChallenge tweet
  • Data hog: Surgery performed on pig via 5G some 30 miles away
  • Man sets himself on fire at Prague square, 50 years after student died in anti-Soviet protest
  • The Violence Queen: Meet Ariane Lipski, the UFC's newest female MMA star
  • #ICYMI: Huawei to go: West worries that China’s taking market share in phones and spies (VIDEO)
  • EU countries could snub US-Mideast meeting in Poland over Iran concerns – report
  • British elite reap benefits of Saudi-led war on Yemen – hunger striking labour cllr to RT
  • Reinforcing northern flank: Russian Arctic troops to get first Pantsir-SA air defense system in 2019
  • Newly-elected Omar draws accusations of ‘unbelievable’ bigotry and anti-Semitism
  • Moscow’s pick of new envoy to conflict-ridden CAR is ‘good choice’ – ex-diplomat to RT
  • Armed police arrest man with large sword at English train station (VIDEO, PHOTOS)
  • Car flies through the air, smashes into 2 homes in shocking CCTV footage
  • Watch Russian figure skating star Medvedeva dodging kiss from intrusive fan (VIDEO)
  • ‘No more talks’: Theresa May shuts door on opposition parties, as Brexit descends further into chaos
  • Spain’s govt to improve conditions at migrant centers
  • Italian extreme runner’s documentary crew stranded after vehicle succumbs to -60°C Russian cold
  • 'We were both very relieved': Rachael Ostovich reveals hotel chat with Greg Hardy at UFC Brooklyn
  • Knife attack in Norway probed as ‘terror related’, suspect arrested – police
  • Tesla to sack over 3,000 workers amid poor profits and Model 3 production challenges
  • Child drag queen poses next to almost-naked adult counterpart, but mother says boy not sexualized
  • Hackers using fake ‘Flash Player’ Google Chrome extension to steal credit card data
  • ‘He has the body of a God! Unfortunately it's Buddha’: Wales rugby star causes uproar with naked pic
  • Fueled by Western sanctions Russia outshines China to become world’s 5th biggest holder of gold
  • Ankara says Syrian govt forces shouldn’t be allowed in Manbij as US troops withdraw
  • RT joins Russian paratroopers in first airdrop of the year (VIDEO)
  • 'It's just what we do': Federer plays down Konta's criticism of late matches at Australian Open
  • Ukraine rushes through watered-down law on 'robbing church property'
  • Swiss court overturns arrest of Russia’s Gazprom assets which Ukraine claims were seized
  • ‘2nd EU referendum would take more than one year’ claims govt, as Farage hints at return
  • German MPs approve plan to deter migrants from Georgia, 3 N. African nations
  • Protesters clash with French police in Souillac before Macron visit (VIDEOS)
  • $8k a liter: Strange new startup harvests young blood to sell to the rich
  • DOJ to question Ecuadorian Embassy staff following Guardian Manafort story – WikiLeaks
  • JPMorgan raises boss Dimon’s pay to a sweet $31 million, topping pre-crisis record
  • Sweden’s parliament gives Social Democrat leader Lofven 2nd term in office
  • ‘Don’t trust terrorists’: Gas leak is the main version of NY’s house blast – Russian investigators
  • US, N. Korea to hold talks on 2nd Trump-Kim summit – reports
  • ‘It’s really rewarding to win the last point’: Sharapova knocks out defending Australian Open champ
  • Singapore plans to buy F-35 jets ‘for evaluation’ – defense minister
  • 2 Su-34 fighter-bombers collide mid-flight in Russia’s Far East – MoD
  • German FM Maas says talk needed about reopening Brexit deal
  • Southern Poverty Law Center hit with lawsuit for tagging immigration watchdog as hate group
  • Tesla to recall over 14,000 Model S cars in China amid industry-wide crackdown on exploding airbags
  • ‘Someone will make money by stoking fears’ – Ron Paul on new US missile doctrine

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  • Salah fires Liverpool seven points clear, United extend winning run
  • Salah fires Liverpool 7 points clear, United extend winning run
  • Liverpool moved seven points clear at the top of the Premier League as Mohamed Salah's double inspired a dramatic 4-3 victory over Crystal Palace, while Manchester United stretched their winning streak to seven games as they beat Brighton 2-1 on Saturday.
  • Salah fires Liverpool seven points clear, United extend winning run
  • Salah fires Liverpool 7 points clear, United extend winning run
  • Liverpool moved seven points clear at the top of the Premier League as Mohamed Salah's double inspired a dramatic 4-3 victory over Crystal Palace, while Manchester United stretched their winning streak to seven games as they beat Brighton 2-1 on Saturday.
  • Model apologizes in claim of Russia election interference
  • Model apologizes in claim of Russia election interference
  • A Belarusian model who last year claimed to have evidence of Russian interference in the 2016 U.S. presidential election says she won't be saying anything more about the matter.
  • Trump to propose immigration compromise to end shutdown: source
  • Trump to propose immigration deal to end shutdown
  • U.S. President Donald Trump will propose a compromise on immigration in an afternoon speech on Saturday, but not relent on his demand for funding for a U.S.-Mexico border wall, a source familiar with his plan said.
  • Reggie Young, renowned guitarist for Elvis, Waylon, has died
  • Reggie Young, renowned guitarist for Elvis, Waylon, has died
  • Guitarist Reggie Young, a Memphis – and Nashville-based session player whose signature licks defined hit records from Elvis, Willie Nelson, Waylon Jennings, and many more, has died. He was 82.
  • Merhebi blasts Bassil for 'acting unilaterally'
  • Merhebi blasts Bassil for 'acting unilaterally'
  • Caretaker Minister of State for Refugee Affairs Mouin Merhebi Saturday accused caretaker Foreign Minister Gebran Bassil of “acting unilaterally” on the issue of Syrian refugees, saying his position did not reflect Lebanon’s official stance.
  • Merkel eyes closer cooperation in EU defense systems
  • Merkel eyes closer cooperation in EU defense systems
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  • Henry Cuellar’s Policy Preferences Could Destroy the World. But Then Again, He’s a Really Nice Guy.
  • Afegos aguardam apreensivos retirada de milhares de tropas americanas por Trump
  • Google Faces Renewed Protests and Criticism Over China Search Project
  • ISIS Fighters in Syria Are Trying to Push Into Iraq, Where U.S. Forces Can’t Get Along With Armed Groups Supported by Iran
  • Assessor de Segurana Nacional empurra os EUA para uma guerra contra o Ir
  • Millions of Women Already Live in a Post-Roe America: A Journey Through the Anti-Abortion South
  • Trump’s Articles of Impeachment Are Writing Themselves, With Echoes of Richard Nixon Growing Stronger
  • A guerra s drogas no funciona. O que podemos aprender com o seu fracasso?
  • Who Killed Marielle Franco? An Ex-Rio de Janeiro Cop With Ties to Organized Crime, Say Six Witnesses in Police Report
  • Seis testemunhas apontam ex-policial do Bope como assassino de Marielle Franco
  • As Trial Starts for Border Humanitarian Volunteers, New Documents Reveal Federal Bureaucrats’ Obsession With Stopping Activists
  • Episode Five: Hercules Brown
  • When Do We “Impeach the Motherfucker”? (With Rashida Tlaib)
  • Richard Ojeda on the LA Teachers Strike: “Don’t Make Us Go West Virginia on You”
  • Na 10ª semana de protestos, Macron segue sem respostas para os ‘coletes amarelos’
  • ‘Nada é mais valioso no crime do que um tiozinho moscando com uma arma dentro de casa’
  • Amid Internal Investigation Over Leaks to Media, the Center for American Progress Fires Two Staffers
  • British Democracy Nears Meltdown as Parliament Deadlocks Over Brexit
  • One Wall, Supersized, Extra Racism, Hold the Wars
  • Essa empresa j foi condenada por superfaturamento, mas segue vendendo remdios para o governo
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  • Model Apologizes in Claim of Russia Election Interference
  • BuzzFeed Stands by Reporting on Disputed Trump, Cohen Story
  • Mueller Disputes Accuracy of BuzzFeed Report on Trump, Cohen
  • Did Theresa May Say Pedophiles Should Be Allowed to Adopt Children?
  • Were Three Cats in Wyoming Diagnosed with Bubonic Plague?
  • Romney Backs Trump in Shutdown Showdown, Questions Pelosi
  • White Cop Who Shot Black Teen Gets Nearly 7 Years in Prison
  • Is Facebook Kicking People Out of Groups Who Don’t Participate?
  • Did a Landlord Tell Tenants That the Government Shutdown Could Cause Them to Be Evicted?
  • Trump, North Korean Leader to Hold 2nd Summit
  • The New Yorker January 21, 2019 Issue
  • Denise Ho Confronts Hong Kong’s New Political Reality
  • The Art of Decision-Making
  • The Bleak Brilliance of Nick Drnaso’s Graphic Novels
  • An Artist’s Life, Refracted in Film
  • The Upbeat Appeal of “Good Trouble” and “Brooklyn Nine-Nine”
  • Sally Wen Mao Writes Visionary Poems for a Blinkered World
  • Sharon Van Etten Finds Peace After Ache
  • Briefly Noted Book Reviews
  • Rage and Recovery in “Blue Ridge”
  • How the Idea of Hell Has Shaped the Way We Think
  • Andrew Cuomo and the Unwinnable L-Train Game
  • Marking Time with Yuji Agematsu
  • Don’t Call It “Weed,” and Other Tips from the Cannabis Media Summit
  • How to Write a Condolence Letter
  • The Republican Test at the Border
  • Idioms Updated for Climate Change
  • Slide Show: New Yorker Cartoons January 21, 2019
  • “Do Not Stop,” by Salvatore Scibona
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