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  • The Internet Was Built on the Free Labor of Open Source Developers. Is That Sustainable?
  • MacDill Matters: Iron Man Suit Out at SOCom, but New Innovations Still Needed for Commandos
  • British Hacker Marcus Hutchins Loses Bid to Omit "Intoxicated" Testimony
  • For Dell's Billionaire CEO, Taxing the Ultra-Rich is a Joke
  • Beef Trimmings Dubbed 'Pink SLIME' Can Now be Labelled 'Ground Beef'
  • The Great Iceberg Water Heist of 2019
  • OpenAI Develops Text-Generating Algorithm, Considers It Too Dangerous to Release
  • Clever USB Cable Can Accept Remote Commands
  • Gasp! First Audio Map of Oohs, Aahs and Uh-Ohs Spans 24 Emotions
  • Ex-director of FBI, CIA takes on a Phone Scammer—and Wins
  • Deep Fakes and How to Spot Them
  • Trump will sign border security bill, declare national emergency, White House says
  • Amazon Pulls Out of Planned New York City Headquarters
  • HOYA Starts Construction of New Facility for Hard Drive Platter Glass Substrates
  • NASA Selects SPHEREx Mission for 2023 Launch
  • Will Smith as Genie is terrifying in the live Aladdin movie
  • How the Fight Over Vaccines is Fueled by Web Forums
  • More than 1,000 Scientists have Signed ‘Dissent from Darwinism’ Statement
  • QNAP NAS Devices Bitten by Malware
  • Consciousness Rests on the Brain's Ability to Sustain Rich Dynamics of Neural Activity
  • Danish Island of Sams Ends Fossil Fuel Use
  • Amazon Admits to Counterfeit Problem
  • Australian Government Cracking Down on Streaming Sites
  • What’s the Enterprise Business Case for Apple Watch?
  • Mozilla Partners With Ubisoft to Develop AI Bug Checking Tool
  • 100 Million Year old Glowing Spider Eyes
  • Activision Blizzard Reports Record Revenues, Lays Off 8% of Workforce
  • The Text of Article 13 and the EU Copyright Directive has Just Been Finalised
  • Lufthansa Airline Sues Passenger for Skipping a Connecting Flight
  • NASA to Try and Reach Opportunity One Last Time, Calling It Quits After That
  • How Urban Agriculture Can Improve Food Security in Us Cities
  • Apple in Talks to Create "Netflix for News" Subscription Service
  • SpaceX Seeks Approval for 1 Million Starlink Ground Stations, Faces Pentagon Audit
  • Bjrn Brembs on Scholarly Publishing: New Should Not Trump True
  • Greenland May Have Another Massive Crater Hiding Under its Ice
  • Xiaomi E-Scooter Remotely Hackable
  • Cosemi Launches USB 3.1 Gen 2 Hybrid Active Optical Cable: Up to 50 Meters of USB
  • The U.S. Dollar’s Global Roles: Where Do Things Stand?
  • Machine Learning Comes to Biochemistry
  • One Horned Tarantula is a Softie
  • Google is Expanding its Chip Design Efforts, Hiring Engineers from Intel, Nvidia, and Qualcomm
  • AT&T is Putting its Fake 5G Logo on iPhones Too
  • SoylentNews Book Club - Discuss: The Moon is a Harsh Mistress, Start Reading: Fiasco
  • Adobe Fixes 43 Critical Acrobat and Reader Flaws
  • James Clerk Maxwell Telescope Discovers Flare 10 Billion Times More Powerful than Those on the Sun
  • Hackers Wipe US Servers of Email Provider VFEmail
  • The Story Behind the Instant Classic “Bezos Exposes Pecker” Headline
  • Quitting Facebook Might Make you Happier, but Dumber: Study
  • The Truth About Galileo and His Conflict With the Catholic Church
  • Mass Extinction of Insects Underway
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  • Samsung To Stop Making 4K Blu-Ray Players, Report Says
  • US Labor Organization AFL-CIO Urges Game Developers To Unionize In Open Letter
  • GAO Gives Congress Go-ahead For a GDPR-like Privacy Legislation
  • US Investigators Probing Years of WikiLeaks Activities, Report Says
  • Robot Squeezes Suspected Nuclear Fuel Debris in Fukushima Reactor
  • Copyright Office Refuses Registration for 'Fresh Prince' Star Alfonso Ribeiro's "Carlton Dance"
  • An Insect-bot Mimics Desert Ants by Looking at the Sky To Navigate
  • Amazon Will Pay $0 in Federal Taxes on $11.2 Billion Profits
  • NASA's SPHEREx Mission Will Investigate the Origins of the Universe
  • Venezuela's Government Appears To be Trying To Hack Activists With Phishing Pages
  • Interviews: Ask Social Network Minds.com CEO and Founder Bill Ottman a Question
  • Visa, Mastercard Mull Increasing Fees For Processing Transactions: Report
  • After Calls For an Edit Button, Twitter Says it is Considering a 'Clarification' Feature
  • Nvidia CEO Foresees a Great Year for PC Gaming Laptops
  • Facebook Settlement With FTC Could Run Into the Billions
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  • Universe Today

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  • We Hate Long Goodbyes, But Opportunity has Earned One
  • Mars One, the Plan to Make a Reality Show on Mars, is Bankrupt
  • InSight has Placed its Heat Probe on the Martian Surface. The Next Step is to Jackhammer Down 5 Meters and Hope it Doesn’t Encounter a Large Rock
  • Another Enormous Crater Found Under the Ice in Greenland
  • Hubble Shows off the Atmospheres of Uranus and Neptune
  • There’s Evidence that Mars is Still Volcanically Active
  • Weekly Space Hangout: Feb 13, 2019 – Luciano Iess of the Cassini Radio Science Team
  • Want to Move to Mars? A Round-Trip Ticket Will Only Cost $100,000 According to Elon Musk
  • Here’s a Clever idea. Build Moon Bases in Craters and then Fill them in with Lunar Regolith
  • Thanks to Gaia, We Now Know Exactly When We’ll be Colliding with Andromeda
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  • 6 Ways to Open Folders in Ubuntu 18.04 LTS
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  • Load Testing Web Servers with Siege Benchmarking Tool
  • The Register

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  • Pokemon No! Good news: You can now ban the virtual pests, er, pets to stop nerds wandering around your property
  • Bloke thrown in the cooler for eight years after 3D-printing gun to dodge weapon ban
  • Amazon triples profit to $11.2bn, pays ZERO DOLLARS in corp tax – instead we pay it $129m
  • Oracle throws toys out pram again, tells US claims court: Competing for Pentagon cloud contract isn't fair!
  • Missed Valentine's Day? Take your beloved to a Visual Studio 2019 launch event instead
  • NASA's Dawn Mission receives nod in memory of Apollo 13 'naut for asteroid belt derring-do
  • Well Holby damned! We've caught a virus: Brit medical soap operas team up for 'cyber' episode
  • Billionaire Buffet's Berkshire liquidates $2.1bn stake in Oracle – months after buying the shares
  • Banking in 2019: Sure, we'd recommend TSB's online, mobe banking say cowed customers
  • Sussex rap fan wants statue of Easy-E from NWA in his hometown because he's a 'legend'
  • Dratted hipster UX designers stole my corporate app
  • The algorithms! They're manipulating all of us! reckon human rights bods Council of Europe
  • Crypto crash leads to inventory pile-up at Nvidia, sales slaughtered
  • Surface Studio 2: The Vulture rakes a talon over Microsoft's latest box of desktop delight
  • Blockchain is bullsh!t, prove me wrong meets 'chain gang fans at tech confab
  • Want to know what 2020 holds? Microsoft has a little something for you
  • Return of the audio format wars and other money-making scams
  • Crash, bang, wallop: What a power-down. But what hit the kill switch?
  • 'This collaboration is absolutely critical going forward'... One positive thing about Meltdown CPU hole? At least it put aside tech rivalries...
  • Why does that website take forever to load? Clues: Three syllables, starts with a J, rhymes with crock of sh...
  • Help us sniff out 50 neutron star collisions so we can calculate universe expansion, cosmoboffins plead
  • How's this for sci-fi: Orbiting probes face fiery death dive from planet's radiation belts. And that planet is Earth
  • Roses are red, Facebook will pay, to make Uncle Sam go away: Zuck, FTC in $bn settlement rumor
  • White House and FCC announce big, broken solutions to America's pitiful broadband
  • Use an 8-char Windows NTLM password? Don't. Every single one can be cracked in under 2.5hrs
  • Amazon throws toys out of pram, ditches plans for New York HQ2 after big trouble in Big Apple
  • Funnily enough, says NetApp, when the global economy slows down, people don't buy quite as many storage arrays
  • Facebook political data probe: 2.5m. Powers for the ICO: Priceless
  • Bad news for WannaCry slayer Marcus Hutchins: Judge rules being young, hungover, and in a strange land doesn't obviate evidence
  • Boss of venerable sect with millions of devoted followers meets boss of venerable sect with... yeah, you get the idea
  • Roses are red, this is sublime: We fed OpenAI's latest chat bot a classic Reg headline
  • OK, Google? Probably not! EU settles on wording for copyright reform legislation
  • Roses are red, so is ketchup, 'naked' Huawei tells its critics to belt up
  • Airbus will shutter its A380 production line from 2021
  • How do you like them Apples? Tim Cook's iPhones sitting in the tree, feeling unloved by the Chinese
  • Opportunity's mission is over, but InSight almost ready for a driller thriller below Martian surface
  • The Lance Arm-strong of performance-enhanced CPUs: Armv8.1-M arch jams vector math into super-microcontrollers
  • US man and Brit teen convict indicted over school bomb threat spree
  • Santander hands over $700m to IBM in hopes of becoming incredible banking machine
  • Is Oppo short for Opportunistic? BBK opens UK doors
  • Oracle's claims of secret deal is a bid to 'distract' from pay bias case, says US Department of Labor
  • Roses are red, we've received about fifty. Google's next trick? Pixels for the thrifty
  • UK Home Office dumps huge sack of complex data sets on biometrics ethics board's desk, goes for beer (probably)
  • Want to learn how to accelerate your software ops AND save big?
  • Pandas so useless they just look at delicious kid who fell into enclosure
  • Cover your NASes: QNAP acknowledges mystery malware but there's no patch yet
  • Lenovo ThinkPad P1: Sumptuous pro PC that gets a tad warm
  • Oh Snapd! Gimme-root-now security bug lets miscreants sock it to your Ubuntu boxes
  • Slow and steady for Cisco: Yep, people still need network gear, and together they'll pay billions of bucks for it
  • US counterintelligence agent helped Iran lob cyber-bombs at America, say Uncle Sam's lawyers

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  • LWN.net
  • Ubuntu 18.04.2 LTS released
  • [$] Per-vector software-interrupt masking
  • Two sets of stable kernel updates
  • Security updates for Friday
  • [$] Some challenges for GNOME online accounts
  • Security updates for Thursday
  • PostgreSQL 11.2, 10.7, 9.6.12, 9.5.16, and 9.4.21 released
  • [$] LWN.net Weekly Edition for February 14, 2019
  • [$] io_uring, SCM_RIGHTS, and reference-count cycles
  • Security updates for Wednesday
  • Stable kernel updates
  • Plasma 5.15 released
  • [$] Avoiding the coming IoT dystopia
  • CVE-2019-5736: runc container breakout
  • Security updates for Tuesday
  • FSF News
  • 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
  • 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
  • Deeplinks
  • EFF to State Department: Respect Freedom of Speech of Chinese Students
  • Oakland Renters Deserve Quality Service and The Power To Choose Their ISP
  • Designing Welcome Mats to Invite User Privacy
  • Powerful Permissions, Wimpy Warnings: Installing a Root Certificate Should be Scary
  • Entrepreneurs Tell USPTO Director Iancu: Patent Trolls Aren’t Just “Monster Stories”
  • National Emergencies: Constitutional and Statutory Restrictions on Presidential Powers
  • The Final Version of the EU's Copyright Directive Is the Worst One Yet
  • French Data Protection Authority Takes on Google
  • Hearing Wednesday: EFF Asks Court to Unseal Phone Tap Order That Was Among Hundreds of Questionable Wiretaps Approved By California Court
  • SEC’s Action Against Decentralized Exchange Raises Constitutional Questions
  • Enough of the 5G Hype
  • Video: How Justus Decher Beat a Patent Troll, With Help From Alice
  • That German-French Deal to "Rescue" the EU Copyright Directive? Everyone Hates It. EVERYONE.
  • Real Net Neutrality Is More Than a Ban on Blocking, Throttling, and Paid Prioritization
  • The San Francisco District Attorney’s 10 Most Surveilled Neighborhoods
  • Texas Supreme Court Subtly Provides Stronger Protections for Anonymous Speakers
  • Call to Action: Tell the Patent Office Not to Reopen the Software Patent Floodgates
  • Life as an EFF Activist
  • Countries With Zero Rating Have More Expensive Wireless Broadband Than Countries Without It
  • Reject New Funding for Border Surveillance: No Tech Wall
  • The EU's Proposal to Curb the "Dissemination of Terrorist Content" Will Have a Chilling Effect on Speech
  • As the German Government Abandons Small Businesses, the Worst Parts of the EU Copyright Directive Come Roaring Back, Made Even Worse
  • No to Online Voting in Virginia
  • Highest Court in Indiana Set to Decide If You Can Be Forced to Unlock Your Phone
  • Google Screenwise: An Unwise Trade of All Your Privacy for Cash
  • Net Neutrality’s Day in Court
  • What We Should Learn From “Facebook Research”
  • Stupid Patent of the Month: IBM's Software Patent on Texting and Driving
  • Brazil in 2019: Free Speech and Privacy in the Crosshairs. What Are the Threats?
  • A Surveillance Wall Is Not a Good Alternative to a Concrete Wall
  • Hearing Thursday: EFF Tells Court That Clicking on a URL Isn’t Enough Evidence to Justify A Search Warrant
  • The 5G Protocol May Still Be Vulnerable to IMSI Catchers
  • Victory! Illinois Supreme Court Protects Biometric Privacy
  • In WSJ Op-Ed, Mark Zuckerberg Speaks Down to Users and Misses the Point
  • A Guided Tour of the Data Facebook Uses to Target Ads
  • Detecting Ghosts By Reverse Engineering: Who Ya Gonna Call?
  • Victory: Federal Court in Seattle Will Begin Disclosing Surveillance Records
  • EFF Client Responds to Ludicrous “Collusion” Trademark Threat
  • Washington Post Tries to Take Down Parody Site Announcing Trump's Resignation
  • 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
  • RT - Daily news

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  • US Venezuela envoy confronted by RT America correspondent over past war crimes (VIDEO)
  • Did Trump just suggest the death penalty for drug dealers? Twitter freaks out
  • Victory, disaster or ‘fake’? America divided as Trump signs spending bill while declaring emergency
  • Parents of woman killed by ‘poison used on Skripal’ blame… UK govt, British media, but not Russia
  • At least 1 dead, multiple injuries reported in shooting at Illinois steel facility – coroner
  • Arms should flow in to Kurds even after US is out of Syria – top general
  • Meddling, anyone? Pro-Israel groups spent $22 million on lobbying & campaign contributions in 2018
  • Poland rejects EU army, wants US & NATO help instead
  • Ufologist claims ‘global intelligence’ covering up ALIEN LIFE on Earth for ‘decades’
  • Police banned from Facebook after sharing photo of seized drugs
  • WATCH Japanese fighter jets shadow Russian ‘Bear’ bombers over Sea of Japan
  • Near-naked female streaker protesting violence in football halts Argentine match (PHOTOS)
  • Tulsi Gabbard presents bill to stop Trump from pulling out of INF treaty
  • ‘Diminished country’: Dutch PM claims Britain is on the decline due to Brexit
  • ‘Khabib wants this fight’: Nurmagomedov’s manager hints at Georges St-Pierre bout in Instagram post
  • GRU vet honored for capturing proof of US missile smuggling to Afghan militants in 1987
  • Internet hasn’t heart to tell Chinese media that tourists in ‘funny animal hats’ are really FURRIES
  • ‘Profiting from pain’: Amazon under fire for selling ‘gay cure’ books
  • US to make announcement on Syria in next 24 hours – Trump
  • Trump declares national emergency over border crisis
  • Russian, German FMs discuss Nord Stream 2 pipeline in Munich
  • ICYMI: Russian stooges – why are there so many, and how do you become one?
  • Thai party challenging military rule holds 1st rally in Bangkok
  • ‘Symbol of oppression’: Swedish swimming chief steps down after criticizing Muslim headscarf
  • There are no independent countries in the world, Putin says
  • If you can’t bit them, coin them: Bitcoin-skeptic JP Morgan reveals its own cryptocurrency
  • Meet Natalia Kuziutina - the Olympic judoka and 'woman who floored Putin' (PHOTOS)
  • ‘Go join Farage’s new party’: Tory minister lashes out at Rees-Mogg’s ‘treacherous’ Brexiteers
  • UN, Syrian Red Crescent deliver aid to isolated Rukban camp near Jordan border
  • RT AMERICA LAUNCHES WEEKEND NEWS DIGEST MAGAZINE
  • Moscow cops may get AR-goggles with automatic facial recognition
  • Only Turkish forces should be in Syria safe zone – Ankara
  • AI proves ‘too good’ at writing fake news, held back by researchers
  • N. Korea officials in Beijing ahead of Trump-Kim summit – report
  • Russian PM calls on government to go beyond ‘dry figures’ to address poverty
  • Floyd Mayweather to make $80mn in 2019, plans to have 5 fights (VIDEO)
  • Fat girls eat pizza, hotties sip miso: Japanese food chain in Russia apologizes for ‘provocative’ ad
  • Slovenian MP resigns after admitting to ‘social experiment’ sandwich theft
  • Ostracized for being HIV-positive: Orphans kicked out of Indonesian school speak with RT (VIDEO)
  • German govt plans to tighten security rules on telecoms equipment suppliers
  • Free spirits: Mysterious iceberg water heist from Canadian vodka company baffles firm
  • US investor & top partners of Baring Vostok equity fund detained in Moscow on fraud allegations
  • French schools to change ‘mother & father’ to ‘parent 1 and 2’ under new law
  • Greek PM Tsipras relinquishes foreign minister’s post
  • BBC producer says hospital scenes after 2018 Douma ‘chemical attack’ were staged
  • French minister says British must decide if they want to leave EU ‘amicably or brutally’
  • Russia will launch Arctic LNG 2 project even if US sanctions scare off investors – Finance Ministry
  • India to ‘isolate’ Pakistan after suicide car bomb attack on police convoy kills 44
  • Immigration takes Switzerland’s foreign population above 2mn
  • Russia calls latest US sanctions ‘just another schizoid story’
  • Spain to hold snap national election on April 28 – PM Sanchez
  • Flipping finger!: Putin suffers Judo injury during training with Olympic champ in Sochi (VIDEO)
  • Israeli PM Netanyahu's plane gets damaged before take-off in Warsaw
  • US works to increase Afghanistan’s dependence on its weapons – Russia’s Security Council chief
  • Lavrov to discuss global stability issues at Munich Security Conference
  • Acid attack on Paris metro leaves 1 person critically injured – report
  • Sexting between Ryan Adams & 14yo girl reportedly probed by FBI amid claims singer preyed on women
  • Pompeo meets with EU’s top diplomat Mogherini after VP Pence’s Iran accusations
  • No way back for Nord Stream 2 pipeline project – Germany
  • Drones temporarily ground takeoffs at Dubai Airport, leaving thousands stranded
  • French ambassador to return to Italy on Friday – Paris
  • 'They are not a tourist attraction': Amsterdam mayor slams tourists who 'humiliate' sex workers
  • Facebook tracks ex-employees it considers 'threats' – report
  • 'Poles collaborated with the Nazis': Netanyahu reignites Holocaust spat with Poland in Warsaw
  • No way, NRA: Los Angeles will require contractors to disclose ties to National Rifle Association
  • Twitter pokes fun at Trump after 'lying' medical records show he's taller than Obama
  • Migrant rights groups sue as US starts sending families back to Mexico
  • 'A Democrat can do it too': Pelosi warns national emergency can be used for gun control in future
  • 'Hate crime' attack on 'Empire' actor Jussie Smollett was staged, reports suggest
  • Proposed ‘sanctions from hell’ against Russia may curb Trump, but won’t help US rule the world
  • Monsanto’s Roundup raises cancer risk 41%, EPA-linked scientists find
  • Deus vult? Almost half Republican voters think GOD WANTED Trump to be president – poll
  • Did this Russian cause BREXIT, too? Bellingcat names ‘3rd GRU officer’ in Skripal poisoning saga
  • US Senate & House approve spending & border security bill to avert gov’t shutdown
  • Feeling vengeful? Here’re 4 REALLY petty ways people got back at their exes for Valentine’s Day
  • ‘A disgrace to US, big part of Russia hoax’: Trump unloads on ex-acting FBI chief McCabe
  • Khabib manager Ali Abdelaziz named as co-defendant in 'fighter poaching' lawsuit
  • Turkey still keen to get Russia’s S-400 missiles despite rival US offers – top MP
  • Trump will declare national emergency as he signs watered-down wall funding bill
  • Amaz-off: Online retail giant Amazon cancels New York HQ plans after massive backlash
  • ‘A weapon to protect US dollar power’: Russia sanctions bill likely to pass, analysts say
  • UEFA open investigation after Sergio Ramos admits to deliberately picking up UCL yellow card
  • Senate confirms Barr as US attorney general
  • Yes, Netflix recorded and saved all the choices you made watching the ‘Bandersnatch’ movie
  • Putin on US ‘pullout’ from Syria: Trump working to deliver on election promises, a rare thing in US
  • ‘Will they promote BDSM next?’ Russian PR manager sues Reebok over ‘face-sitting’ ad
  • ‘Pied Piper’ device lures tumors out of the brain in ‘game changing’ breakthrough (VIDEO)
  • India says Pakistan-based militant group killed at least 44 in attack on Kashmir police
  • Russian driver drags policeman along road, crashes & gets run over (VIDEO)
  • Eyes on the prize: Bellator hopes to identify title contenders with double events this weekend
  • Russian kingpins won’t sleep at night as Putin proposes game-changing bill
  • Mean Machine, Russia style: Jailed footballer Mamaev plays prison match, scores bicycle kick (VIDEO)
  • ‘With or without deal’: Brexit minister says Britain will leave EU next month
  • Pence says EU must withdraw from Iran deal & stop trying to ‘break up’ sanctions on ‘vile regime’
  • Russian toddler who survived 30 winter hours under rubble of collapsed building comes home
  • CIA says MBS ordered Khashoggi hit, but don’t expect Saudi-US relations to change – John Kiriakou
  • Pregnant ISIS recruit pleads with UK to ‘bring me home,’ but minister warns of prosecution
  • Gaza zoo declaws lion so visitors can play with it (GRAPHIC PHOTOS, VIDEO)
  • Boom Bust asks if the bubble is bursting as record number of Americans fall behind on car payments
  • US is committed to NATO, says acting Pentagon chief Shanahan

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  • Pompeo regrets Lebanon’s absence in Warsaw
  • Pompeo regrets Lebanon’s absence in Warsaw
  • U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo has said he regretted Lebanon’s absence from an Iran-focused summit held in Warsaw earlier this week, especially given that Iran is “in Lebanon under the guise of Hezbollah.”
  • Push on last Daesh enclave in Syria blunted by surprise discovery of hundreds of civilians
  • Push on Daesh enclave blunted by civilians
  • The offensive on the last enclave held by Daesh (ISIS) in eastern Syria has been blunted by the discovery of hundreds of civilians still living there, a commander with the Kurdish-led force fighting the extremists said Friday.
  • Pompeo, Mogherini meet after Pence’s Iran claims
  • Pompeo, Mogherini meet after Pence’s Iran claims
  • U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo and the EU’s top diplomat discussed global conflicts after Vice President Mike Pence accused European allies of trying to undermine U.S. sanctions on Tehran.
  • Trump declares emergency to fund Mexico border wall
  • Trump declares national emergency for border wall
  • U.S. President Donald Trump Friday declared a national emergency in a bid to fund his promised wall at the U.S.-Mexico border without congressional approval, an action Democrats vowed to challenge as a violation of the U.S. Constitution.
  • Cabinet wins confidence in 111-6 vote
  • Cabinet wins confidence in 111-6 vote
  • Prime Minister Saad Hariri’s third government received overwhelming confidence Friday in a late-night vote on the third day of often-divisive discussions on his Cabinet’s policy statement.
  • Israel leaks video of Gulf ministers at anti-Iran meet
  • Israel leaks video at anti-Iran meet
  • Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s office leaked a video of Gulf Arab ministers slamming Iran during a closed-door session of a Middle East conference in Warsaw, Israeli media reported Friday.
  • Palestinians patrol Hebron as monitors ousted
  • Palestinians patrol Hebron as monitors ousted
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  • The Supreme Court Will Decide if Census Citizenship Question Is Legal. Democrats Should Also Work to Block It.
  • Amazon Pullout Shows What Anti-Capitalist Organizing and Leftist Politicians Can Do
  • After 18 Years of War, the Taliban Has the Upper Hand in Afghanistan Peace Talks
  • Even for Washington, the Fight Over Online Gambling Has Been Unusually Shady
  • Six GOP House Members Who Need to Resign for Anti-Semitism Before Ilhan Omar
  • Foi a velha política que fez de Davi Alcolumbre o presidente do Senado da ‘nova era’
  • Amazon’s Home Surveillance Chief Declared War on “Dirtbag Criminals” as Company Got Closer to Police
  • Rep. Ilhan Omar Went After Elliott Abrams for Lying to Congress. Then He Did It Again.
  • A homofobia pode virar crime. E isso um tiro no p.
  • Ralph Northam Still Doesn’t Understand What It Takes to be Forgiven
  • The Truth About Islam and Democracy (With Anwar Ibrahim)
  • A vida de um jogador de base na baguna dos grandes times do Brasil: sorte a sua se houver arroz e feijo
  • House of Representatives Orders Donald Trump to Stop Backing Saudi-led War in Yemen, Paving the Way for Decisive Senate Vote
  • Immigrant Rights Groups Trash Border Deal: “Immigrant Families Will Pay the Price”
  • As Giuliani Calls for Regime Change in Iran, Netanyahu Raises the Specter of “War”
  • Goldman Lobbyist Turned Schumer General Counsel Is Hiding Most Former Clients’ Names
  • Black Critics of Kamala Harris and Cory Booker Push Back Against Claims That They’re Russian “Bots”
  • The Battle Lines Have Been Drawn on the Green New Deal
  • How the Government Shutdown Caused a Foreclosure — and Could Cause More
  • Neoliberalism or Death: The U.S. Economic War Against Venezuela
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  • Is a Risqué Image of Sand Dunes Hidden in ‘The Lion King’?
  • Man Apprehended in Shooting at Illinois Industrial Park
  • City Reports Active Shooter Situation in Aurora, Illinois
  • Did President Donald Trump Install a ‘Golf Simulator’ in the White House?
  • Chicago Police Arrest 2 Suspects in Attack on Smollett
  • Kaepernick, Eric Reid Settle Collusion Grievances with NFL
  • Bombshell Book Alleges a Vatican Gay Subculture, Hypocrisy
  • Trump: Japanese Leader Nominated Me for Nobel Peace Prize
  • Did Donald Trump, Jr. Call Teachers ‘Losers’ at His Father’s Rally in Texas?
  • In Space, NASA Heard Astronaut’s Immune System Scream
  • The New Yorker February 18 & 25, 2019 Issue
  • Roger Stone’s and Jerome Corsi’s Time in the Barrel
  • Heidi Schreck Takes the Constitution to Broadway
  • Everywhere and Nowhere: A Journey Through Suicide, by Donald Antrim
  • The Oil-Pumping Adventures of Rachael Van Horn
  • Private Mossad for Hire
  • What Went Wrong at New York City Ballet
  • The Dizzying Democratization of Baroque Music
  • Eugene V. Debs and the Endurance of Socialism
  • Briefly Noted Book Reviews
  • “Everybody Knows” and “The Lego Movie 2: The Second Part,” Reviewed
  • The Oscar-Nominated Doc About a Pad Machine
  • Richard E. Grant Hearts Barbra Streisand
  • Inside Sean Lennon’s Seussian Music Studio
  • Turning Up the Heat on Bad Landlords
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