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  • SEC Commissioner Thinks Bitcoin ETF Will Be Approved ‘Eventually’
  • Spinal Cord is 'smarter' Than Previously Thought
  • How Far Out Can we Forecast the Weather? Scientists Have a New Answer
  • Biologists Identify Honeybee 'Clean' Genes Known For Improving Survival
  • China Plans Space-Based Solar Power Stations
  • Australian Political Parties Hit By 'State Actor' Hack, PM Says
  • Dance Your PhD's 2018 Winner Mixes Superconductivity and Swing Dancing
  • Study Blames YouTube for Rise in Number of Flat Earthers
  • 2.1-Billion-Year-Old Fossil may be Evidence of Earliest Moving Life-Form
  • A 4.7 km Asteroid May Briefly Occult the Brightest Star in the Night Sky
  • Environmental Impact of Music Streaming?
  • Critical WordPress Plugin Flaw Allows Complete Website Takeover
  • Finding Lena, the Patron Saint of JPEGs
  • Get set for 'super snow moon,' the biggest supermoon of the year
  • Brain Discovery Explains A Great Mystery Of Alzheimer's and Parkinson's
  • Dolphins Seem to Use Toxic Pufferfish to Get High
  • Cyber Insurance claims NotPetya was an act of war
  • U.S. Airlines Will Offer New Gender Identification Options, According to Trade Group
  • The Most Devastating Critique of Medicine Since Medical Nemesis by Ivan Illich in 1975
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  • New York City Mayor Slams Amazon's Decision to Cancel HQ2 Expansion
  • Uber Bookings Up 45% in 2018, Company Loses Slightly Less Money
  • Intel Linux Graphics Driver Adding Device Local Memory - Possible Start of Discrete GPU Bring-Up
  • "These Maps are Bogus": U.S. Lawmakers Tear Into Telecom Execs Over Spotty Rural Coverage
  • Dollar Stores - Benefactors or Tyrants for the Poor?
  • Privacy Is Not a Science, It Is a Human Right
  • European Automakers Impressed by Tesla Model 3
  • Paul Vixie Complains about Chromecast's Use of Google DNS
  • "Hamilton": 3 Injured when Audience Flees During Performance in San Francisco
  • NASA Prepared to Purchase Two More Soyuz Seats From Roscosmos
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  • Arizona Drivers Can Now Use Digital License Plates
  • Samsung to Stop Releasing New Blu-ray Players in the U.S.
  • Extinct Human Species Lived Together in Siberian Cave, New Research Shows
  • Nearly Half of US Adults With Heart Disease Can't Afford Their Medical Bills
  • Spectre is Here to Stay: An Analysis of Side-Channels and Speculative Execution
  • China Could Use Medical Data to Blackmail Americans, Report Says
  • Australian Court Rules that Muslim Is Not A Race
  • Western Digital Publishes RISC-V "SweRV" Core Design Under Apache 2.0 License
  • Ad Code 'Slows Down' Browsing Speeds
  • Space Harpoon Pitched and Snags Target
  • Google's Waymo Risks Repeating Xerox's Most Famous Blunder
  • SpaceX Protests NASA's Award of "Lucy" Launch Contract to ULA
  • 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
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  • Emoji Are Showing Up in Court Cases Exponentially, and Courts Aren't Prepared
  • Chinese and Iranian Hackers Renew Their Attacks on US Companies
  • Windows 7 Users: You Need SHA-2 Support or No Windows Updates After July 2019
  • Stop Saying, 'We Take Your Privacy and Security Seriously'
  • Apple Plans To Launch an 'All-New' 16-inch MacBook Pro and 32-inch 6K Monitor This Year, Says Report
  • Deep Learning May Need a New Programming Language That's More Flexible Than Python, Facebook's Chief AI Scientist Says
  • Netflix Cancels The Punisher and Jessica Jones, Ending its Marvel Shows
  • How Badly is Google Books Search Broken, and Why?
  • Return To Sender: High Court To Hear Undeliverable Mail Case
  • Huawei's Efforts To Steal Apple Trade Secrets Include Employee Bonus Program and Other Dubious Tactics: Report
  • The Weird Rise of Cyber Funerals
  • Australia's Major Political Parties Targeted by 'Sophisticated State Actor', Prime Minister Says
  • Major Games Publishers Are Feeling The Impact Of Peaking Attention
  • Goldman Sachs Asks: 'Is Curing Patients a Sustainable Business Model?'
  • YouTube To Blame For Rise in Flat Earth Believers, Says Study
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  • Messier 78 – the NGC 2068 Reflection Nebula
  • Astronomy Cast Ep. 518: When the Universe tried to Declare War
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  • British Satellite Tests its Space Junk Harpoon
  • Land Heavier Payloads on Mars. Aim for the Ground and Then Pull up at the Last Moment
  • 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
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  • 'Occult' text from Buffy The Vampire Slayer ep actually just story about new bus lane in Dublin
  • Autonomy trial: Key HPE witness might not testify, UK High Court told
  • Guess who's working on a health data-slurping digital tool. Bzzt! Nope, it's the UK Department for Work and Pensions
  • Court sees Morissette Meter flip out as Oracle assumes anti-arbitration stance in pay dispute
  • Down productivity tools: Microsoft Teams takes a Monday tumble
  • Surrey Uni mans the space harpoons, and NASA buys more seats on Russian rockets
  • You know the drill: SAP has asked Joe Public to name Munich arena so go forth and be very silly
  • HPE wants British ex-CFO to testify in UK Autonomy lawsuit before Uncle Sam sentences him
  • Twilight of the sundials: Archaic timepiece dying out and millennials are to blame, reckons boffin
  • Windows Subsystem for Linux adds pop to release, SAC-T sacked, crypto-jacking apps: It's Microsoft's week
  • Solder and Lego required: The Register builds glorious Project Alias gizmo to deafen Alexa
  • Australian prime minister blames 'state level' baddies for Oz parliament breach
  • What did turbonerds do before the internet? 41 years ago, a load of BBS
  • Here come the riled MPs (it's private, huh), Facebook's a digital 'gangster' ('disingen-u-ous'). Zuckerberg he is a failure (on sharing data)
  • Techie in need of a doorstop picks up 'chunk of metal' – only to find out it's rather pricey
  • Data-spewing Spectre chip flaws can't be killed by software alone, Google boffins conclude
  • Want to create fake web profile pics? This creepy AI tool makes them on demand. Plus predictive policing, and more
  • Tens of millions more web accounts for sale after more sites hacked, Mac malware spreads via Windows.exe, and more
  • After outrage over Chrome ad-block block plan, Google backs away from crippling web advert, content filters
  • How's this for sci-fi: A cosmic river of 4,000 stars dazzles lifeforms as it flows through a galaxy. And that galaxy is the Milky Way
  • 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 Buffett'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...
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  • 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

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  • Debian 9.8 released
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  • Geary 0.13.0 released
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  • 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
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  • The Worst Possible Version of the EU Copyright Directive Has Sparked a German Uprising
  • The Payoff From California’s “Data Dividend” Must Be Stronger Privacy Laws
  • 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
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  • Seaworld ride malfunction sees passengers trapped 80 feet in the air for 4 hours (VIDEOS)
  • Merkel blames ‘outside influence’ for kids’ climate change protest… but could it just be a protest?
  • Great Barrier Reef rodent becomes 1st official ‘climate change extinction’
  • US sanctions help India become No.1 buyer of Venezuelan crude
  • Council of Europe rights body slams ‘inhuman’ treatment of migrants in Greece
  • You too can repeat Yuri Gagarin’s 1st-ever spaceflight: Russia announces space tourism projects
  • 'Massive slap in the face': Activists slam British Museum's ties to BP
  • China-US trade spat may leave American kids without toys
  • Pakistan PM Khan urges talks after Kashmir blast, warns India against ‘attack’
  • Russia’s Gazprom to start China gas pipeline by December 1
  • ‘Most difficult part’ in EU-US trade talks begins – Berlin
  • Chinese, Iranian FMs meet amid efforts to preserve Tehran’s nuclear deal
  • 2 jets from India’s Air Force aerobatics team collide mid-air (VIDEO)
  • 16 states sue Trump over use of emergency powers to build border wall
  • Vatican admits to having secret rules for priests who breach celibacy & father children
  • ‘They want to enslave us!’ Maduro slams Trump’s ultimatum & ‘Nazi-style’ attack on socialism
  • Mercenary team? 5 US citizens among heavily armed group arrested amid Haiti protests (PHOTOS)
  • Grand Canyon museum exposed tourists to radiation for YEARS, whistleblower says
  • Egyptian YouTuber ignites internet firestorm after leaving Islam, denouncing ‘racism’ in it
  • ‘You’ll lose everything!’ Trump issues ultimatum to Venezuelan military, says all options are open
  • Suicide bomber kills 2 police, injures several others in central Cairo
  • Internet ‘part of western establishment now’: London ex-mayor on Facebook blocking RT-linked pages
  • Sailor who kissed woman in iconic Times Square photo dies at 95
  • Why UK report on ‘digital gangster’ Facebook is a thinly veiled call for censorship
  • Politicians jump ship as Jussie Smollett hate hoax sinks amid revelations
  • ‘End of free speech’: Maffick CEO, host slam Facebook’s unprovoked ‘censorship’ after CNN report
  • Horror in Russian forest: 6yo boy spends night alone in the wild after getting lost…or even worse
  • WATCH: Insane NASCAR crash triggers carnage at Daytona 500
  • ‘Not saying it’s untrue’: Japanese PM won’t deny nominating Trump for Nobel Peace Prize
  • ‘Fantasy football’: Juventus official pours cold water on transfer talk amid Salah links
  • ‘Mastermind’ of Kashmir suicide car bomb attack killed after 12-hour siege
  • ‘Shoot the president’: School cancels assassination party game for kids after public outcry
  • Documentary about dark-skinned ‘first Swedes’ sparks horror on Twitter
  • No remorse? Spanish media still nostalgic over volunteers who fought for Hitler
  • ‘They want to wreck Corbyn’s chance of being PM’ – Galloway on quitting Labour MPs
  • Cop’s dashcam catches horror moment SUV goes airborne & smashes onto patrol car (VIDEO)
  • Tyson Fury signs $100mn TV deal, but bumper payday throws Wilder rematch into doubt
  • ‘What’s with the windmill?’ J.Crew puzzles Twitter with bizarre St Patrick’s Day shirt
  • Kurdish-led forces call for 1,500 coalition troops to stay in Syria
  • ‘Jaw-dropping moment’: Scientists discover mysterious new communication mechanism in the brain
  • Skating 200km in under 8 hours: Russian smashes marathon record across frozen Lake Baikal (VIDEO)
  • Mountain lion tranquilized & ‘rescued’ from tree in California (PHOTOS)
  • Australia sees ‘sophisticated state actor’ behind hacker attack on parliament, parties
  • China to develop drought & flood resistant farmland in area bigger than Spain
  • Valerie Loureda: Meet the new main attraction in women’s MMA (VIDEO, PHOTOS)
  • Bulletproof 'Putin's limo' filmed from the INSIDE (VIDEO)
  • Galloway slams ‘Seven Dwarfs’ for ditching Labour, says he wants to rejoin party (VIDEO)
  • Pakistan recalls envoy from India ‘for consultations’ amid tensions
  • Poles ‘suckle antisemitism with mothers’ milk’: Visegrad talks off over Israel's ‘racist’ comments
  • Moscow knows top Baring Vostok businessman as major investor in Russia, alarmed by his arrest
  • Tzipi Livni quits Israeli politics, warns ‘democracy is in danger’
  • Girls plunge into snowy ice bath wearing next to nothing (VIDEO)
  • ‘We are actually f***ed’: BBC airs swear-laden voiceover during Labour split (VIDEO)
  • Conor McGregor v Donald 'Cowboy' Cerrone is 'done deal' – UFC's Joe Rogan
  • To 'save face' Facebook is poised to 'appease' critics like CNN over Russia stories – analyst to RT
  • Hey UK! It's not just Venezuela, what happened to Australia's gold?
  • Gibraltar spits fury as Spanish warship tells UK vessels to leave its ‘territorial waters’
  • German ISIS fighters in Syria have right to return home – ministry
  • Medvedeva v Tuktamysheva: Talented twosome set to battle for World Championships spot
  • ‘Good riddance’: Twitter reacts to #LabourSplit as 7 MPs jump ship over Corbyn leadership
  • Social media giants 'recruited' by foreign states to pressure Russian-linked media – Kremlin
  • ‘These people date back to Tony Blair’: Livingstone glad to see Labour rebels leave party
  • Russian ‘space yachts’ to fly tourists to near-Earth orbit in 5 years
  • Israel to host Czech, Slovak, Hungarian leaders after Polish pullout over Holocaust rhetoric
  • Reality сheck: When life gives you lemons… make up bulls*** about Russia?
  • Argentina carnival stand collapses injuring 34 (VIDEO)
  • The force awakens: French fencing federation recognizes lightsaber duelling as sport (VIDEOS)
  • ‘A massacre’: Shock & shame after Italian league game ends in 20-0 scoreline (VIDEO)
  • ‘I don’t have to put success over happiness’: Naomi Osaka on sudden split with ex-Serena coach
  • 11yo arrested after refusing to stand for Pledge of Allegiance to ‘racist’ flag in Florida
  • Iran’s supreme leader warns govt about ‘deception’ by European states
  • 'Dumped old fashioned politics': 7 Labour MPs resign from the party over Brexit, 'anti-Semitism'
  • China says US ‘trying to block development’ after Pence’s Huawei comments
  • ‘Completely false’: Saudi crown prince NOT plotting $4.9bn Man Utd takeover bid, minister says
  • Kentucky kids need Mexico wall more than new school – Sen. Lindsey Graham
  • Egypt is shaping up to become a real energy hub
  • Taliban postpones new round of talks with US in Pakistan over blacklists
  • Germany will stop extraditing its citizens to UK after Brexit – report
  • Facebook blocks pages with MILLIONS of subscribers after CNN reports ties with RT
  • Twenty-six seconds: Francis Ngannou finishes Cain Velasquez in half a minute at UFC Phoenix
  • Venezuela kicks out ‘interventionist’ team of European MPs coming to meet with Guaido
  • But they are dangerous! Europe reluctant to ‘take back’ ISIS fighters as Trump demands
  • ‘Jack of all trades’ Netanyahu quits as foreign minister, retains 3 other posts
  • UFC Phoenix: Francis Ngannou finishes Cain Velasquez in Arizona (RECAP)
  • ‘We became guardians of law’: French govt ‘exploits’ police, union head says after protest violence
  • Saudi-backed Yemen govt & Houthi rebels reach deal to withdraw troops from key port city – UN
  • Pakistan gets $20bn investment pledge from Saudi Arabia amid MBS visit
  • Large wildfire engulfs forest in Chernobyl’s EXCLUSION ZONE
  • 'Somebody is going to step up': Kaepernick lawyer says NFL outcast looks set for return
  • ‘Insane & cheating’: Navratilova reignites criticism over transgender women in sports
  • ISIS-supporting group threatens US attacks with chilling photoshop of LA explosion
  • US will sell you out, no one can protect you but Syria – Assad to groups ‘betting on America’
  • Israel to withhold $138mn from Palestinian taxes it collects, citing support of prisoners
  • French policewoman left sobbing after Yellow Vests smash patrol van’s windows (PHOTO, VIDEO)
  • ‘Can't wait till this thing is looted’: Twitter users plan Amazon delivery bot’s take-down
  • Boateng burgled: Barcelona star 'robbed of up to $450K worth of cash & jewelry' in matchday raid
  • WATCH: Horror moment track worker comes INCHES from being taken out by bobsleigh at breakneck speed
  • In the blink of an eye: Astronomers seek backup to capture strange stellar blackout
  • ‘Long live Putin!’ Haiti opposition protesters burn US flag, demand Russian intervention
  • 'I put him down 7 times!' Tyson Fury mocks Anthony Joshua's opponent Jarrell Miller

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  • Daesh steps up guerrilla attacks in Syria: SDF
  • Daesh steps up guerrilla attacks in Syria: SDF
  • Daesh (ISIS) has stepped up guerrilla attacks against U.S.-backed fighters in eastern Syria, pointing to the threat the militants will pose even after they lose their last enclave there, the Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) said on Tuesday.
  • Ministry begins transferring patients from shuttered psychiatric hospital
  • Patients being transferred from shuttered hospital
  • The process to transfer about 170 patients from a psychiatric hospital in south Lebanon’s Msaileh that was shut down over the weekend has begun, the director of medical care at the Health Ministry said Tuesday.
  • Suicide bomber who killed 27 members of Iran's Guards was Pakistani- Guards commander
  • Bomber who killed 27 Guards was Pakistani: Iran
  • The man who carried out a suicide bombing which killed 27 members of Iran’s elite Revolutionary Guards near the border with Pakistan last week was Pakistani, a senior Revolutionary Guards commander said on Tuesday, according to the Tasnim news agency.
  • Britain likely to delay Brexit, former EU chief Barroso says
  • Britain likely to delay Brexit: ex-EU chief Barroso
  • Britain is likely to delay Brexit and not leave the European Union in March, former EU Commission President Jose Manuel Barroso said on Tuesday, adding the bloc would likely accept a request to extension to sort out the details of departure.
  • Ex-diplomat says North Korean leader won't give up nukes
  • Ex-diplomat says NKorean leader won't give up nukes
  • SEOUL, South Korea (AP) - A former North Korean diplomat says leader Kim Jong Un has no intention of giving up his nuclear weapons and sees his upcoming second summit with U.
  • 'Invasion' of polar bears in Russian Arctic over
  • 'Invasion' of polar bears in Russian Arctic over
  • An "invasion" of aggressive polar bears in inhabited areas of Arctic Russia has come to an end, officials said Tuesday, ten days after the animals came to the area looking for food.
  • Budget will be with Parliament by end of next month: Khalil
  • Budget will be with Parliament by end of next month: Khalil
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  • Nenhum negro foi indenizado pela escravido no Brasil. Esse debate mais urgente do que nunca
  • How the Federal Government Undermines Prison Education
  • A exploso no foi a nica tragdia da Usiminas. Empresa escondeu at morte de funcionrio em Ipatinga.
  • Ilhan Omar, AIPAC, and the 2020 Democratic Presidential Contenders
  • What Brett Kavanaugh’s Dishonest Anti-Abortion Dissent Reveals About His Supreme Court Agenda
  • A humilhao pblica de Gustavo Bebianno pode se voltar contra Bolsonaro
  • Locked Inside a Freezing Federal Jail, They United to Protest Their Conditions — Only to Face Reprisals
  • Jair Bolsonaro Praised the Genocide of Indigenous People. Now He’s Emboldening Attackers of Brazil’s Amazonian Communities.
  • Ricardo Vélez tem razão: não existe ‘universidade para todos’ no Brasil
  • A patrulha de fronteira dos EUA: um culto violncia desde 1924
  • 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
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  • Roger Stone Apologizes to Judge for Instagram Post About Her
  • 16 States Sue Trump Over Emergency Wall Declaration
  • No Plan for Smollett to Do Follow-Up Police Interview
  • Was a Mars Rover’s Final Message to NASA ‘My Battery Is Low and It’s Getting Dark?’
  • Did an Oklahoma State Legislator Call Pregnant Women ‘Hosts’?
  • North Carolina Elections Head Says Ballots Handled Illegally
  • Did U.S. Rep. Ilhan Omar Marry Her Brother?
  • Does TikTok Allow Strangers to Access the Personal Information of Users Who Don’t Share Those Details?
  • Trump the Pundit Handicaps 2020 Democratic Contenders
  • Israeli Leaders’ Nazi Comments Derail European Summit
  • The New Yorker February 18 & 25, 2019 Issue
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