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  • Man Tests Tesla Autopilot Anti-Collision Feature by Trying to Run Over his Wife
  • Internet Archive Moving to Preserve Google+ Posts before April Shutdown
  • AMD Plans to Stack DRAM and SRAM on Top of its Future Processors
  • What Ancient Poop Reveals About the Rise and Fall of Civilizations
  • Pentagon Brass Bafflingly Accuses Google of Providing "Direct Benefit" to China's Military
  • Top Gamer ‘Ninja’ made $1 Million to Promote EA’s ‘Apex Legends’ Launch
  • Tel Aviv Tries out New Crosswalk Lights for Cellular Addicts
  • Why Phone Numbers Stink as Identity Proof
  • Why Is Customer Service So Bad? Because It’s Profitable.
  • Elon Musk Shows off Fiery SpaceX Starship Heatshield Test
  • Quantum Dots are Strikingly Defect-Tolerant
  • ATLAS Observes Light Scattering off Light
  • Physicists Reverse Time Using Quantum Computer
  • Myspace Lost all the Photos, Videos, and Audio Files its Users Uploaded Between 2003 and 2015
  • Google and Microsoft Eyeing Streaming Game Services
  • AMD Believes it is Not Affected by the "SPOILER" Intel Security Flaw
  • Family of Uber victim Herzberg suing Doug Ducey, AZ governor
  • Tens of Thousands of Heart Patients May Not Need Open-Heart Surgery
  • FCC Will Allow Wireless Devices to Operate in the 95 GHz to 3 THz Range
  • Bursting Balloons Leads to Report of an Active Shooter on UM Campus
  • Sites Blocked in New Zealand After Failed Suppression of Mass Shooting Video
  • After Pushing Addictive OxyContin, Purdue Now Pursuing Overdose Antidote
  • PARP Inhibitors Could Unmask Some Cancers to Immune System
  • Donald Trump Vetoes Attempt to Block his Declaration of a National Emergency
  • Uncertainty Mashup
  • Germany Considers Amendment to Law Which Makes It Illegal to Run a Tor Node or Website
  • Samsung Begins Mass Producing 12 GB DRAM Packages for Smartphones
  • John Oliver Fights Robocalls — by Robocalling Ajit Pai and the FCC
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  • Spaceflight Causes Dormant Viruses to Reactivate in Human Crew
  • Waiting for the Complete Rupture
  • Did Dietary Changes Bring Us ‘F’ Words? Study Tackles Complexities of Language’s Origins
  • A Woman Had a Dangerous Allergic Reaction after Sex
  • Students Worldwide Skip School to Protest Climate Inaction
  • 39% of Counterstrike 1.6 Servers Serving Malware
  • California Declared "Drought Free" for First Time in over 7 Years
  • DARPA Is Building a $10 Million, Open Source, Secure Voting System
  • Crytek Demos Real-Time Raytracing for AMD and Non-RTX Nvidia GPUs
  • The Model Y Will be a Test of Tesla's Popularity
  • DOS Shell PC/GEOS Released as Open Source, Active Development Restarting
  • 49 Dead in Christchurch, New Zealand Terror Attack
  • YouTube Recommendations for 'Alt-Right' Videos have Dropped Dramatically, Study Shows
  • Major Ice Ages may be Caused by Tectonic Collisions
  • Mammoth DNA Activates Briefly in Mouse Eggs
  • Homeland Security’s Intelligence Overreach: Two Cases Illustrate Risks to Civil Society
  • Mammoth Biosciences has Exclusive License for Cas14 Protein from University of California, Berkeley
  • Toshiba Roadmap Includes Both MAMR and HAMR Hard Drives, as Well as TDMR and Shingles
  • Linux Foundation and RISC-V Proponents Launch CHIPS Alliance
  • Neutrons Detected on Commercial Airplane Flights
  • The AI-Art Gold Rush Is Here
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  • Scientists Grow 'Mini-Brain On the Move' That Can Contract Muscle
  • NVIDIA's Ray Tracing Tech Will Soon Run On Older GTX Cards
  • Google Seeking To Promote Rivals To Stave Off EU Antitrust Action
  • House Democrats Plan April Vote On Net Neutrality Bill
  • Uber Used Secret Spyware To Try To Crush Australian Startup GoCatch
  • New Mirai Malware Variant Targets Signage TVs and Presentation Systems
  • Education and Science Giant Elsevier Left Users' Passwords Exposed Online
  • NVIDIA's $99 Jetson Nano is an AI Computer for DIY Enthusiasts
  • Google, Microsoft Work Together For a Year To Figure Out New Type of Windows Flaw
  • US Reveals Details of $500 Million Supercomputer
  • U.S. Students Have Achieved World Domination in Computer Science Skills -- For Now
  • IBM Signs 6 Banks To Issue Stablecoins and Use Stellar's XLM Cryptocurrency
  • Is Adobe's Creative Cloud Too Powerful for Its Own Good?
  • Most Amazon Brands Are Duds, Not Disrupters, Study Finds
  • Flawed Analysis, Failed Oversight: How Boeing, FAA Certified the Suspect 737 MAX Flight Control System
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  • Universe Today

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  • Messier 81 – the Bode Galaxy
  • Astronomy Cast Bonus Episode: Dust with Dr. Paul Sutter
  • Astronomy Cast Ep. 522: Judging Age & Origins, part 1 – Earth Rocks
  • Carnival of Space #603
  • Which Habitable Zones are the Best to Actually Search for Life?
  • SLS Rocket Promises To Do Better
  • Progress for the Skylon. Europe agrees to continue working on the air-breathing SABRE engine
  • Do You See the “Cosmic Bat” in NGC 1788?
  • This Star has been Kicked Out of the Milky Way. It Knows What It Did.
  • The Iridium Flare Era is About to End
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  • How to Change the SSH Port in Linux
  • Feral Interactive have put out a big update to their 'GameMode' Linux gaming performance tool
  • Getting started with PiFlash: Booting your Raspberry Pi on Linux
  • How to create portable documents with CBZ and DjVu
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  • Wondering why 'Devin Nunes herp-face' was trending online? Here's the 411: House rep sues Twitter for all the rude stuff tweeted about him
  • We don't want to be Latch key-less kids: NYC tenants sue landlords for bunging IoT 'smart' lock on their front door
  • Qualcomm wins Apple patent case, loses Apple patent case, wins Apple patent case, loses Apple patent case...
  • Bad cup of Java leaves nasty taste in IBM Watson's 'AI' mouth: Five security bugs to splat in analytics gear
  • From MySpace to MyFreeDiskSpace: 12 years of music – 50m songs – blackholed amid mystery server move
  • Hey, US taxpayers. Filed your taxes? Good, good. $500m of it is going on an Intel-Cray exascale boffinry supercomputer
  • Dell EMC refreshes Unity arrays with splash of Skylake and NVMe
  • This headline is proudly brought to you by wired keyboards: Wireless Fujitsu model hacked
  • Apple bestows first hardware upgrades in years upon neglected iPad Mini and Air lines
  • UK libraries dumped 11% of computers since 2010-11... everybody has one anyway, right?
  • Public disgrace: 82% of EU govt websites stalked by Google adtech cookies – report
  • Lone staffer killed our shields, claims etailer Gearbest after infosec bods peep at user deets
  • That's Huawei I like it: Chinese giant's cloudy arm dumps 19-inch rack for newer model
  • UKCloud hauls Cisco reported 10% stake as biz tries to convince IT punters to buy British
  • Oracle's long-running pension plan class action case: C'mon, judge, reject a jury trial – Big Red
  • Whitepaper: Should you outsource your IT service desk? Check out this free practical guide
  • Apple: Group FaceTime allows up to 32 people! Skype: Hold my beer
  • Do Martians dream of electric Nimbys? Selling 5G needs steak, not just sizzle
  • What made a super high-tech home in Victorian England? Hydroelectic witchery, for starters
  • College student with 'visions of writing super-cool scripts' almost wipes out faculty's entire system
  • Brouhaha over IBM using Flickr faces for AI training, big trouble in not-so-little China for Microsoft, and more
  • Karpeles walks, Google and Microsoft board up Windows hole, and Android AV still sucks
  • UK code breakers drop Bombe, Enigma and Typex simulators onto the web for all to try
  • Q&A: Crypto-guru Bruce Schneier on teaching tech to lawmakers, plus privacy failures – and a call to techies to act
  • Click here to see the New Zealand livestream mass-murder vid! This is the internet Facebook, YouTube, Twitter built!
  • Let's face it. We need to face up to facing off with face-recog tech, say US senators: Bipartisan AI privacy law proposed
  • What was that P word? Ah. Privacy. Yes, we'll think about privacy, says FCC mulling cellphone location data overhaul
  • Welcome. You're now in a timeline in which US presidential hopeful Beto was a member of a legendary hacker crew
  • Juniper grabs controller, inserts code, gets ready to play some SONiC Mania on its switch
  • Chip flinger Broadcom says its software unit's doing great. Wait, what?
  • Blighty's most trusted brand? Yeah, you wish, judge tells Post Office in Horizon IT system ruling
  • What do WLinux and Benedict Cumberbatch have in common? They're both fond of Pengwin
  • Cloud atlas: Oh dear. Now Adobe has mapped out a slowdown
  • WD spins off 300+ jobs in the US
  • Mayors having a right 'mare in Florida: Acting mayor arrested weeks after boss also arrested
  • Public spending watchdog snipes at UK.gov's £1.3bn infosec plan – but broadly nods it through
  • Microsoft unzips Zipline, lets world+dog have a go with cloudy storage compression tech
  • 'Naut trio successfully dock at ISS after Soyuz rocket goes all the way
  • So you need an IT security center. Fret not: Let an automated solution take the strain
  • Just look at Q! Watch out Microsoft, the next Android has a proper desktop PC mode
  • It's alive! Big Switch stitches together an open-source Network Operating System
  • Brit prisoners to be kept on the straight and narrow with JavaScript and CSS
  • How many Reg columnists does it take to turn off a lightbulb?
  • All good, leave it with you...? Chap is roped into tech support role for clueless customer
  • Bombs Huawei... Smartphone exploded in my daughter's pocket, seriously burning her, claims dad in lawsuit
  • Yes! Pack your bags! Blossoming planetary system strikingly similar to ours found by boffins
  • Forget that rare-earth element crunch – we can now just extract them from industrial waste
  • We'll help you get your next fix... maybe, we'll think about it, says FTC: 'Right to repair' mulled
  • Following 'stellar' flat sales growth, operating profit dip, Oracle says it has 1,000 Autonomous Database customers
  • Can't do it the US way? Then we'll do it Huawei – and roll our own mobile operating system

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  • Python 3.5.7 and 3.4.10 released
  • Solus 4 "Fortitude" released
  • Security updates for Monday
  • [$] 5.1 Merge window part 2
  • Kernel prepatch 5.1-rc1
  • KNOPPIX 8.5.0 released
  • [$] Federated blogging with WriteFreely
  • SUSE completes its management transition
  • Haller: WireGuard in NetworkManager
  • Debian project leader candidates emerge
  • Security updates for Friday
  • GNOME 3.32 released
  • Five new stable kernels
  • [$] The creation of the io.latency block I/O controller
  • Security updates for Thursday
  • FSF News
  • Activists and experts gather in Cambridge for ethical tech conference to celebrate software freedom on March 23-24
  • FSF Fiscal Year 2017 Annual Report now available
  • Vikings D8 Mainboard and D8 Workstation now FSF-certified to Respect Your Freedom
  • FSF adds Hyperbola GNU/Linux-libre to list of endorsed GNU/Linux distributions
  • Free Software Foundation receives $1 million from Handshake
  • FSF job opportunity: web developer
  • Keynotes announced for LibrePlanet 2019 free software conference
  • FSF statement on Microsoft joining the Open Invention Network
  • FSF job opportunity: program manager
  • FSF takes international day of action for a Day Without DRM on September 18th
  • Eleventh annual LibrePlanet conference set for March 23-24, 2019
  • 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
  • Deeplinks
  • Why the Debate Over Privacy Can't Rely on Tech Giants
  • Our Thoughts on the New Zealand Massacre
  • Critical Free Speech Protections Are Under Attack in Texas
  • If It Really Wants To Restore Debate, Facebook Should Update Its Ad Policy
  • When Facial Recognition Is Used to Identify Defendants, They Have a Right to Obtain Information About the Algorithms Used on Them, EFF Tells Court
  • The Patent Office Can’t Ignore Law it Dislikes
  • The Foilies 2019
  • The Inextricable Link Between Modern Free Speech Law and the Civil Rights Movement
  • A Privacy-Focused Facebook? We'll Believe It When We See It.
  • Tell Congress to Stand Up for Real Net Neutrality Protections
  • OpenAI’s Recent Announcement: What Went Wrong, and How It Could Be Better
  • Facebook Doubles Down On Misusing Your Phone Number
  • Congress Invites Industry Advocates to Hearings. Industry Talking Points Ensue.
  • German Data Privacy Commissioner Says Article 13 Inevitably Leads to Filters, Which Inevitably Lead to Internet "Oligopoly"
  • With FOSTA Already Leading to Censorship, Plaintiffs Are Seeking Reinstatement Of Their Lawsuit Challenging the Law’s Constitutionality
  • Massive Database Leak Gives Us a Window into China’s Digital Surveillance State
  • Don’t Sacrifice Fair Use to the Bots
  • Stupid Patent of the Month: Veripath Patents Following Privacy Laws
  • EFF to the inter-American System: If You Want to Tackle “Fake News,” Consider Free Expression First
  • EFF Implores Nine Companies to Fix It Already!
  • Fix It Already: Nine Steps That Companies Should Take To Protect You
  • Antitrust Enforcement Needs to Evolve for the 21st Century
  • It’s Time for California to Guarantee “Privacy for All”
  • EFF Supporting California’s Privacy For All Bill, Which Puts People, Not Tech Companies, in Control of Personal Data
  • Watching the Black Body
  • ETS Isn't TLS and You Shouldn't Use It
  • More Consumer Data Privacy Hearings Without Enough Consumer Data Privacy Advocates
  • Governments Must Face the Facts about Face Surveillance, and Stop Using It
  • EFF Asks the Supreme Court to Clean Up the Oracle v. Google Mess
  • Artists Against Article 13: When Big Tech and Big Content Make a Meal of Creators, It Doesn't Matter Who Gets the Bigger Piece
  • Win in Washington State: Judge Strikes Down Unconstitutional ‘Cyberstalking’ Law Chilling Free Speech
  • Cyber-Mercenary Groups Shouldn't be Trusted in Your Browser or Anywhere Else
  • What’s the Emergency? Keeping International Requests for Law Enforcement Access Secure and Safe for Internet Users
  • The Public Deserves a Return to the 2015 Open Internet Order
  • 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
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  • Roscosmos ‘ready to help’ NASA if construction of Soyuz alternative is delayed
  • ‘NATO solidarity clause is called Article 5, not article F-35’ – French defense minister
  • India’s aircraft carrier & nuclear subs deployment a ‘no-nonsense’ message to China, not Pakistan?
  • Space herpes? Long missions risk activating virus, NASA warns astronauts
  • Nostalgia for coups past? Brazil’s Bolsonaro visits CIA before Trump on first US trip
  • US ‘doesn’t understand’ South Africa land seizures, so what does it seek there? Analysts weigh in
  • Endorsement? Trump retweets claim UK helped design Russiagate to make US take hard line on Moscow
  • Zero Hedge, LiveLeak blocked, sharers warned of jail as NZ censors crack down on mosque attack video
  • Conor McGregor pays tribute to ‘phenomenal athlete’ Cristiano Ronaldo
  • Trump tweets about ‘tongue-tied’ Joe Biden after former VP accidentally says he’s running in 2020
  • Russia deploys Tu-22M3 bombers & Iskanders to Crimea in response to US missile launchers in Romania
  • 'Up the Ra': Irish boxer criticized for pro-IRA ring walk song on St. Patrick's Day
  • 37-year-old Turkish ‘terror’ suspect who killed three in Utrecht shooting arrested (VIDEO)
  • Irish Catholic organization lashes out at GOP over ‘anti-Irish’ tweet directed at Beto O'Rourke
  • Tech giants will have to be regulated in future to protect citizens – EU’s Timmermans
  • Napoli goalkeeper David Ospina rushed to hospital after mid-game collapse (VIDEO)
  • 'Messi! Messi!': Rival fans chant Barca great's name after latest physics-defying display (VIDEOS)
  • France to ban Yellow Vest protests in ‘worst hit’ areas if radicals spotted – French PM
  • 'It will plague him for the rest of his life': Sly Stallone on McGregor's defeat to Khabib (VIDEO)
  • Algeria chief of staff warns army may tackle political crisis
  • Russian Aerospace Forces strengthened by over 1,000 warplanes & helicopters
  • ‘EU are like the f**king mafia’ – British rock band The Who’s Roger Daltrey
  • UK govt cannot hold new parliament vote on same Brexit deal – speaker
  • Villagers kill woman, injure 4 others in WITCH HUNT lynching in India
  • ‘Tis but a scratch’: Dutch PM likens unyielding May to Monty Python’s limbless knight over Brexit
  • Marco Rubio gets crucified by Twitter after boldly reciting clich Bible verse
  • Prized pigeon: Someone just paid €1.25 million for a bird
  • Gabbard says calling Trump a Putin puppet is dangerous & stupid, Twitter calls her a Putin puppet
  • French air crash investigators say ‘clear similarities’ between Boeing 737 MAX crashes
  • Syria’s defense minister slams ‘illegitimate US presence’
  • ‘Judicial junta’ brings justice? Israel’s Supreme Court bans far-right Jewish leader from elections
  • Number of people killed in Mozambique cyclone, flooding could rise to 1,000 – president
  • Brexit could be ‘terrific’ for emerging markets, says investment guru Mark Mobius
  • WATCH Bulgarian policemen use pepper spray against protesters…but wind blows it back in their faces
  • Violent ultra clashes, pitch invasions with police see Athens derby abandoned (PHOTOS, VIDEO)
  • 'They didn't believe I was an athlete': Zabit talks MMA debut, Dagestan & popularity
  • China’s FM Wang Yi lashes out at ‘immoral’ attacks on Huawei
  • Sweden’s first hijab-wearing MP grilled for proposing RACE–based nationwide register
  • We're not a-moosed: Woman hurls cat at moose to chase it away, gets grilled online (VIDEO)
  • Canada’s PM Trudeau changes cabinet for 3rd time in 3 months amid crisis
  • Three dead in Utrecht 'terrorist attack', suspect identified as 37-year-old Turkish man
  • EU welcomes Azerbaijan’s amnesty for 400 political activists – commission
  • British RAF servicing Saudi jets bombing civilians in Yemen - UK armed forces minister
  • US Navy won’t alter ‘freedom of navigation’ sail-bys despite China maneuver – commander
  • US-backed force in Syria ‘takes positions’ in last Islamic State camp
  • Shootings at 'several' locations in Utrecht – head of Dutch counterterrorism agency
  • ‘A crime against humanity’: Rouhani says Iran will file legal case against US over sanctions
  • Balls-up! Ronaldo charged with 'improper conduct' by UEFA for 'cojones' Champions League celebration
  • Putin launches 2 new power stations in Crimea on anniversary of reunification with Russia
  • Cheers and howls after CNN host says Brexit is transforming Britain into a ‘banana republic’ (VIDEO)
  • Shooting 'appears to be terrorist attack', Utrecht threat level now highest - counter-terror agency
  • Myanmar army sets up court to probe Rohingya atrocity allegations
  • Russia & Egypt seal $2 billion deal for supply of Su-35 fighter jets
  • Macron considers banning protests on Champs Elysees – president’s office
  • Tram shooting in Dutch city of Utrecht kills 3, injures 9, attacker at large
  • Saudi Arabia looks to expand from oil to natural gas with huge LNG investment in Russia’s Arctic
  • Interfaith kidney swap: Muslim, Hindu families in India form close bond after exchanging organs
  • Western sanctions v Eastern promises: Russia's Crimea could become part of China’s new Silk Road
  • UK govt to go ahead with Brexit vote on Tuesday if has ‘numbers’ in parliament – Hunt
  • S. Korea defense chief sees no sign of imminent Pyongyang missile launch
  • 'Did anyone bring an egg for this guy?' Australian PM gives places of worship $55mn for fence & CCTV
  • ‘We are unified’: NZ agrees on gun reform laws after deadly Christchurch shooting
  • UN envoy condemns Hamas crackdown on street protests, beating of journalists in Gaza
  • Iran to file legal case against US over sanctions – President Rouhani
  • Indian Navy deploys aircraft carrier & nuclear subs to deter ‘misadventures’ by Pakistan
  • Israel’s Supreme Court bans leader of Jewish ultranationalist party from election
  • Italy yet to decide on Belt and Road initiative as China’s Xi plans to visit Europe
  • 1 Indian soldier killed, 4 wounded after Pakistan shellings in Kashmir – reports
  • 'A statement of fact': Aussie politician refuses to backtrack after blaming Muslims for NZ attack
  • At least 3 killed in reported stampede at St. Patrick’s Day bash in Northern Ireland
  • Dominic Thiem wins his maiden ATP Masters 1000 crown, denying Federer record 6th Indian Wells title
  • Mosque massacre suspect Tarrant fires lawyer, wants to represent himself in court
  • Tank with carcinogenic chemical goes up in flames in Texas, residents urged to shut vents (VIDEO)
  • NZ man arrested, faces prison for allegedly spreading mosque shooting video
  • UK police declare teen stabbing attack ‘far-right terrorist incident'
  • FAA allowed Boeing to carry out its own flawed safety analysis of the 737 MAX - report
  • Moscow skeptical as Bolton throws out idea of new arms control talks with Russia & China
  • ‘No one loves you like they loved my father’: Meghan McCain and Trump feud over late senator’s views
  • Illinois votes to teach ‘LGBT history’ to schoolchildren, Republicans furious
  • 'No Fuchs Given': Premier League winner Christian Fuchs primed to take over eSports world
  • Serbian anti-govt protesters break through police cordon & block presidential palace (VIDEO)
  • Venezuelan plane crash caught on VIDEO from inside
  • 'Don’t kick a man when he’s down!': Piers Morgan lambasted for poking fun at KO'd Darren Till
  • St. Patrick’s Day: From Japan to Africa to US and ‘space’, world goes green (PHOTOS, VIDEOS)
  • ‘Master spy’ Christopher Steele admits he used unverified internet post to create Trump dossier
  • 'Very sad day in our history': Kiwi striker honors Christchurch victims with touching celebration
  • ‘He wasn’t representing Ireland’: Irish PM upstaged by Conor McGregor at Chicago St Patrick’s parade
  • Massive college admission scandal is all about widening US inequality gap – lawyer to Boom Bust
  • Keep calm & vote: May warns Brexit may take ‘months’ if MPs fail to back her deal
  • 'Take no prisoners!': Conor McGregor delivers inspiring pep talk to NHL's Boston Bruins (VIDEO)
  • Give us our money back! - Furious Juventus fans demand refund when Ronaldo left out of squad
  • Historic Saint-Sulpice church burns in Paris (VIDEO)
  • Imran Khan announces national award for Pakistani ‘martyred’ trying to stop NZ mosque gunman
  • World’s 1st remote brain surgery via 5G network performed in China
  • Swedish right-wing MP proposes… building mosque & Muslim center to draw immigrants
  • Twitter erupts after Fox News host Jeanine Pirro kicked off the air after attacking Ilhan Omar
  • Russia & China sign agreement on construction of 2 power units at Tianwan nuclear power plant
  • ‘I will never get over feeling I killed my son’: Anti-vaccination activists refuse to be 'silenced’
  • Profit v passenger safety: Why the US was the last to ground troubled Boeing jets
  • Philippines leaves International Criminal Court amid drug war investigation

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  • Illustrating the story of 1001 Nights
  • Illustrating the story of 1001 Nights
  • The newly opened, permanent Downtown space of Artual Galley inaugurated the occasion with its first exhibition, “The Thousand and One Nights,” displaying the varied interpretation of seven American artists of the renowned tale of Scheherazade and stories she spun each night.
  • Retired musicians enjoy ‘grand finale’ at Verdi home
  • Old musicians enjoy ‘grand finale’ at Verdi home
  • Nearly 120 years after Italian composer Giuseppe Verdi called it his “most beautiful work,” ageing musicians still play out their days at his Casa Verdi retirement home.
  • Recovered de Kooning back in spotlight
  • Recovered de Kooning back in spotlight
  • More than 30 years after it was brazenly stolen from an Arizona museum, a painting by Willem de Kooning reportedly worth $100 million is going on display back where it all began.
  • Cape with ‘world’s cleanest air’ offers respite
  • Cape with ‘world’s cleanest air’ offers respite
  • As much of Asia wheezes, coughs and sniffles its way through another smog season, one isolated and windswept corner of Australia is serving as the global standard for clean air.
  • Cubans turn Haiti into shopping oasis
  • Cubans turn Haiti into shopping oasis
  • You wouldn’t think the poorest country in the Americas would be anyone’s shopping dream.
  • High-tech glasses, Japanese ALS patient makes the beat go on
  • Japanese ALS patient makes the beat go on
  • The music booms and lights flash as Masatane Muto, a wheelchair-bound disc jockey, uses is eyes to put on a show at a recent Tokyo music festival.
  • OPEC+ will stick to oil cuts but defers decision to extend
  • OPEC+ sticks to cuts, defers decision to extend
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  • Estive em 26 universidades dos EUA e ninguém pensa duas vezes antes de definir Bolsonaro: “fascista”
  • ASSISTA AO VDEO: Quando Bolsonaro encontrar Trump, no esquea de sua ligao com o que h de pior no crime organizado no Brasil
  • Brazil’s Jair Bolsonaro Meets With Donald Trump to Consolidate Their Far-Right Alliance
  • New Zealand Suspect’s Actions Are Logical Conclusion of Calling Immigrants “Invaders”
  • Video: As Brazil’s Jair Bolsonaro Prepares to Meet Donald Trump, His Family’s Close Ties to Notorious Paramilitary Gangs Draw Scrutiny and Outrage
  • A Federal Civil Rights Office Wants to Limit Access to Emotional-Support Animals That Can Help With Depression
  • EUA puniu a Taurus por suas armas defeituosas. O Brasil segue refm dos tiros acidentais.
  • Guantánamo Bay “Forever” Prisoner Speaks Out — to Praise Congress, Lindsey Graham, and Thomas Friedman
  • Datena e o jornalismo mundo co vendem o dio bolsonarista h 3 dcadas na TV
  • Syrian Refugees Use Precedent Set in Rohingya Case to Try to Bring Government Officials Before the International Criminal Court
  • Don’t Just Condemn the New Zealand Attacks — Politicians and Pundits Must Stop Their Anti-Muslim Rhetoric
  • Young People Feel Betrayed by Adults Over the Climate Crisis. Today, They’re Going on Strike.
  • Parabns, imprensa: vocs deram a notoriedade que os atiradores de Suzano queriam
  • ‘Eu já senti a raiva dos meninos de Suzano': esses jovens não são parados com armas, mas com apoio
  • Erik Prince, Perjury, and the Secret Trump Tower Meeting
  • Beto O’Rourke Is Running for President and It All Started With Weed
  • Um ano sem a minha irm, Marielle Franco
  • Senate Votes to End U.S. Support for Yemen War, But Republican Tricks Send Resolution Back to the House Yet Again
  • “There Are Innocent People on Death Row” — Citing Wrongful Convictions, California Governor Halts Executions
  • The American Machine: Police Torture to Drone Assassinations
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  • White House Aide Says ‘Absurd’ to Link Mosque Shooter, Trump
  • Did New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern Don a Hijab and Offer Aid to Families of Massacre Victims?
  • Does This Photograph Show a Girl Forced Into Child Marriage by Muslims?
  • Are the Obamas Tied to the Celebrity College-Admissions Scandal?
  • Over 1,000 Feared Dead after Cyclone Slams into Mozambique
  • Does R&B Singer Avant Have Six Months to Live?
  • Pentagon Lists Possible Project Cuts to Pay for Wall
  • DC-Area Sniper Shootings Case to Have Supreme Court Hearing
  • Democrats Urge FBI Probe of Spa Owner Offering Trump Access
  • New Zealand’s Darkest Day: 36 Minutes of Terror
  • The New Yorker March 25, 2019 Issue
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