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  • Canada Court Says ISPs Can Charge Studios for Hunting Pirates
  • SpaceX Reveals Plan to Fly Yusaku Maezawa and Artists "Around the Moon" in a BFR
  • The Open Insulin Project and the Future of the U.S. Pharmaceutical Market
  • California to Launch Weather Satellite
  • A New CSS-Based Web Attack Will Crash and Restart Your iPhone
  • Uber Glitch Not Paying Drivers
  • Robotic 'Trees' Can Turn CO2 Into Concrete
  • As Massive Zika Vaccine Trial Struggles, Researchers Revive Plan to Intentionally Infect Humans
  • Preventing Muscle Loss as We Age
  • Galaxy Note 9 Reportedly Catches Fire
  • Emerging Australian Jobs in the New Millennium
  • Coca-Cola Is Eyeing the Cannabis Market
  • Molecule Produced During Fasting has Anti-Aging Effect on Vascular System
  • Co-Founder of Salesforce Buys Time Magazine for $190 Million
  • Where You Can Get after Logging 4000 Hours in KSP
  • AURA Statement about the Status of the Sunspot Solar Observatory
  • India Launches UK's NovaSAR and S1-4 Satellites
  • Linus Torvalds Taking a Break From Linux Kernel Maintainership
  • Cryptocurrency Mining Attacks Using Leaked NSA Hacking Tools Are Still Highly Active a Year Later
  • BPA-Free Replacement Plastics May Still Have Harmful Effects
  • Tesla is Ending its Lifetime Free Supercharging Offer
  • Final Delta 2 Launch
  • Tropical Depression Florence Continues to Dump Rain on the Carolinas
  • What Cardiologists Think About the Apple Watch's Heart-Tracking Feature
  • 50,000-Year-Old Mummified Remains of Wolf Pup and Caribou Found in Northern Canada
  • Bay Area Rapid Transit (BART) Board Approves Surveillance Oversight Policy
  • Very Long Baseline Array Measures Asteroid's Occultation of Distant Galaxy
  • In a Few Days, Credit Freezes Will Be Fee-Free
  • Fake-Cryptocurrency Ponzi Scheme Lands Creator in Prison
  • Twenty Projects That Just Won the Human Computer Interface Challenge
  • Grindr Exposes Location Data and More to Third-Party Apps
  • Gamers, Your Posterior Will Thank You
  • 13,000-Year-Old Beer Residue Found in Prehistoric Cave in Israel
  • Drone startup Airware crashes, will shut down after burning $118M –
  • Nano 3.0 Released! Reads Files 70% Faster
  • Pun Intended: Bare Metal Attracts Rust
  • FEMA Emergency Test Message to be Sent to Most U.S. Cell Phones on Sept. 20 (or Oct. 3)
  • Almost Half of US Cellphone Calls Will be Scams by Next Year, Says Report
  • Here Are Your 2018 Ig Nobel Prize Winners
  • "Vampire Facial" Gone Wrong
  • YouTube and Netflix Upload AV1-Encoded Videos for Testing
  • GRACE-FO Spacecraft to Switch to Backup System in Microwave Instrument
  • Mutation May Have Improved Human Long Distance Running Capability
  • SpaceX Plans to Fly a Passenger Around the Moon Using BFR
  • Scientists Engineer a Powerful New Weapon Against Antibiotic-Resistant Bacteria
  • NASA and Roscosmos Release Joint Statement on ISS Leak Amid Rumors
  • UK Government Mass Surveillance Violated Human Rights, European Court Rules
  • SETI Spots Dozens of New Mysterious Signals Emanating From Distant Galaxy
  • 60-80 Homes Burn; Gas Line "Incident" in Northern Massachusetts
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  • A $1, Linux-Capable, Hand-Solderable Processor
  • 'It's Always DRM's Fault'
  • Linux Community To Adopt New Code of Conduct
  • Game Streaming's Latency Problems Will Be Over in a Few Years, CEO Says
  • Which Company Makes the Best Camera Phone in 2018? Not Apple
  • Nintendo Switch Online, a Paid Subscription Service Required For Console Owners To Access Internet-Enable Features Like Multiplayer Mode, To Launch This Evening
  • Many Job Ads on Facebook Illegally Exclude Women, ACLU Says
  • Video Game Loot Boxes Under Scrutiny By 16 Gambling Regulators
  • Apple's AirPower Wireless Charger Is Facing Overheating Issues, Says Reports
  • Saudi Arabia Invests $1 Billion In Potential Tesla Rival
  • Twitter Is Reviving the Chronological Timeline
  • US Congress Passes Bill To Help Advanced Nuclear Power
  • SpaceX Will Send Japanese Billionaire Yusaku Maezawa Around the Moon
  • Man Who Uploaded Deadpool To Facebook May Get Six Months In Prison
  • Amazon Plans To Release At Least 8 New Alexa-Powered Devices, Including A Microwave, Amplifier, and In-Car Gadget
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  • Universe Today

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  • To Avoid Vision Problems in Space, Astronauts Will Need Some Kind of Artificial Gravity
  • The Closest Planet Ever Discovered Outside the Solar System Could be Habitable With a Dayside Ocean
  • Sunspot Solar Observatory has been Shut Down by the FBI and Nobody’s Saying Why
  • New Video Shows Construction Beginning on the World’s Largest Telescope
  • India Shows off the Spacesuit its Astronauts Will be Using in 2022
  • Until We Get Another Mission at Saturn, We’re Going to Have to Make Do with these Pictures Taken by Hubble
  • Was This Huge River Delta on Mars the Place Where its Oceans Finally Disappeared?
  • Stare Down from Space into the Churning Maw of Hurricane Florence
  • This Beautiful Photo of Galaxy NGC 3981 was Taken by the Most Powerful Telescope in the World for no Scientific Reason at all. Just Because it’s Pretty
  • Superfast Jet of Material Blasted Out From Last Year’s Neutron Star Merger
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  • The Register

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  • Nutanix shares briefly wobble over Google appliance fears
  • Kick-Kaas: NetApp gobbles cloudy Kubernetes upstart StackPointCloud
  • Biz! Formerly! Known! As! Yahoo! Settles! Data! Breach! Cases! To! The! Tune! Of! $47m!
  • Early bird access to .NET Framework 4.8? Microsoft, you spoil us
  • Scrapping UK visa cap on nurses, doctors opened Britain's doors to IT workers
  • Oh Smeg! Hacked white goods maker resurfaces after system shutdown
  • Watt the heck is this? A 32-core 3.3GHz Arm server CPU shipping? Yes, says Ampere
  • First Boeing 777 (aged 24) makes its last flight – to a museum
  • C'mon, biz: Give white hats a chance to tell you how screwed you are
  • Cloudflare invites folk to dabble in the 'distributed web' with InterPlanetary File System gateway
  • TV Licensing admits: We directed 25,000 people to send their bank details in the clear
  • The Reg talks to the only Brit on the Voyager team
  • Now here's an idea: Break up Amazon to get more shareholder cash
  • Planning on geeking out at CA World this year? Think again
  • Microsoft: Like the Borg, we want to absorb all the world's biz computers
  • Revealed: The billionaire baron who’ll ride Elon’s thrusting erection to the Moon and back
  • No wonder Oracle exec Kurian legged it – sky darkens as cloudy tech does not make it rain
  • Just 13 – no, er, make that 3,200 punters hit in Oz's Perth Mint hack
  • What's Big and Blue – and makes its veteran staff sue? Yep, it's IBM
  • Microsoft pulls plug on IPv6-only Wi-Fi network over borked VPN fears
  • NUUO, do not want! CCTV webcams can be hacked to spy on you
  • FCC boss slams new Californian net neutrality law, brands it illegal
  • Microsoft reveals train of mistakes that killed Azure in the South Central US 'incident'
  • Check out this link! It's not like it'll crash your iPhone or anything (Hint: Of course it will)
  • App-y, app-y, joy, joy: Pain-free software installer Flatpak (kinda) works on Windows Subsystem for Linux
  • UK.gov isn't ready for no-deal Brexit – and 'secrecy' means businesses won't be either
  • Quantum: We've got that accounting probe taped. Now about refinancing...
  • Microsoft: 'So, we can buy GitHub?' EU: 'We'll tell you on 19 October'
  • Salesforce supremo Benioff buys Time magazine for $190m
  • Amazon probes alleged bribery of staffers for data on e-tail platform
  • Leeds hospital launches campaign to 'axe the fax'
  • Brit airport pulls flight info system offline after attack by 'online crims'
  • First 'issue-free' build of Windows 10 October 2018 Update arrives
  • NHS smacks down hundreds of staffers for dodgy use of social media, messaging apps
  • Who's hacking into UK unis? Spies, research-nickers... or rival gamers living in res hall?
  • Boffins ask for 338m to fund quantum research. UK.gov: Here's 80m
  • Sysadmin misses out on paycheck after student test runs amok
  • Tick-tock, tick-tock. Oh, that's just the sound of compromised logins waiting to ruin your day
  • Git it girl! Academy tries to tempt women into coding with free course
  • Equifax IT staff had to rerun hackers' database queries to work out what was nicked – audit
  • Linux kernel's Torvalds: 'I am truly sorry' for my 'unprofessional' rants, I need a break to get help
  • Hack Google's AI for cash, DeepMind gets cancerous, new Lobe for Redmond – and more
  • Kronos crims go retro, Apple builds cop portal, Swiss cheesed over Russian hack bid, etc
  • Euro bureaucrats tie up .eu in red tape to stop Brexit Brits snatching back their web domains
  • NPM not tied in knots over Yarn rival project
  • Docker fave Alpine Linux suffers bug miscreants can exploit to poison containers
  • Florence and the Machines: Data centers brace as hurricane smashes into US coast
  • Google Chrome 69 gives worldwide web a stay of execution in URL box
  • US Treasury goes after IT shops for funneling cash to North Korea
  • The internet – not as great as we all thought it was going to be, eh?

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  • Security updates for Tuesday
  • PostgreSQL adopts a code of conduct
  • Versity announces next generation open source archiving filesystem
  • Security updates for Monday
  • Apache SpamAssassin 3.4.2 released
  • [$] Fedora reawakens the hibernation debate
  • Kernel prepatch 4.19-rc4; Linus taking a break
  • Weekend stable kernel updates
  • Lights, Camera, Open Source: Hollywood Turns to Linux for New Code Sharing Initiative (Linux Journal)
  • Security updates for Friday
  • The (awesome) economics of open source (Opensource.com)
  • The first /e/ beta is available
  • [$] Compiling kernel UAPI headers with C++
  • Security updates for Thursday
  • HHVM ending support for PHP
  • FSF News
  • International Day Against DRM takes 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
  • Free Software Foundation releases FY2016 Annual Report
  • Free Software Foundation receives $1 million donation from Pineapple Fund
  • Announcing LibrePlanet 2018 keynote speakers
  • FSF adds PureOS to list of endorsed GNU/Linux distributions
  • Federal employees can now support the FSF through the Combined Federal Campaign
  • New FSF membership benefit: LibreOffice certification
  • Deeplinks
  • California Law Could be a Big Step Forward for Police Transparency
  • Microsoft Clears the Air About Fighting CLOUD Act Abuses
  • The Game is Rigged: Congress Invites No Consumer Privacy Advocates to its Consumer Privacy Hearing
  • More Bay Area Jurisdictions Adopt Civilian Control of Police Spy Tech
  • EFF Helps Launch Anti-SLAPP Task Force ‘Protect the Protest’
  • Sony Finally Admits It Doesn’t Own Bach and It Only Took Public Pressure
  • Offline: Activists and Technologists Still Face Grave Threats for Expression
  • What We Mean When We Say "Data Portability"
  • New Copyright Powers, New "Terrorist Content" Regulations: A Grim Day For Digital Rights in Europe
  • Yes, You Can Name A Website “Fucknazis.us”
  • Today, Europe Lost The Internet. Now, We Fight Back.
  • Senate Fails to Address Vital Questions During Examination of Supreme Court Nominee
  • It’s Time For California to Finally Give Internet Access to Youth In Detention and Foster Care
  • New Surveillance Court Orders Show That Even Judges Have Difficulty Understanding and Limiting Government Spying
  • Wanting It Badly Is Not Enough: Real Problems For Creators Deserve Real Solutions
  • How the EU's Copyright Filters Will Make it Trivial For Anyone to Censor the Internet
  • Congress Moves Forward with Dangerous Attack on Private Drones
  • California Bill on Police Militarization Reaches Governor’s Desk
  • Misguided Appeal in Grindr Case Is Latest Threat to Online Free Speech
  • Not In Our Name: Why European Creators Should Oppose the EU's Proposal To Limit Linking and Censor The Internet
  • Fake Compromises, Real Threats in Next Week’s EU Copyright Vote
  • EFF Urges Gov. Brown to Sign Sensible California Bill Imposing Stricter Requirements for DNA Collection From Minors
  • Social Media Platforms Should be Accountable and Transparent About Content Removal, But DOJ's Plan to Investigate Raises Concerns
  • Why the Whole World Should Be Up in Arms About the EU's Looming Internet Catastrophe
  • The NSA Continues to Blame Technology for Breaking the Law
  • Chelsea Manning Continues Fight Against Unfair Hacking Charge
  • EFF tells Patent Office not to seek loopholes in Supreme Court patent rules
  • Victory! California Passes Net Neutrality Bill
  • A Click on a URL Isn’t Enough for a Search Warrant
  • After Patent Office Rejection, It is Time For Google To Abandon Its Attempt to Patent Use of Public Domain Algorithm
  • You Did It: California Net Neutrality Passes State Assembly
  • EFF To Maine, Massachusetts Courts: Rule Requiring Warrants to Access Cell Phone Location Data Applies to Real-Time Searches
  • How to Roll a Strong Password with 20-Sided Dice and Fandom-Inspired Wordlists
  • Google’s Leadership Still Needs To Give Details About Project Dragonfly: Googlers Can Still Help
  • California Bill Is a Win for Access to Scientific Research
  • Stupid Patent of the Month: A Newspaper on a Screen
  • Appeals Court Asks the Right Questions in NSA Surveillance Case
  • When ISPs Tell Seniors Net Neutrality Laws Will Increase Their Bills, They’re Lying and Losing
  • Back to School Essentials for Security
  • Trust Us, We’re Secretly Working for a Foreign Government: How Australia’s Proposed Surveillance Laws Will Break The Trust Tech Depends On
  • Sen. Wyden Confirms Cell-Site Simulators Disrupt Emergency Calls
  • If It Doesn't Have Paper Backups and Automatic Audits, It's Not an Election Security Bill
  • The Supreme Court Should Say No to Patents That Take Old Ideas Away from the Public
  • Verizon's Throttling of Fire Fighters Could Go Unpunished Because the FCC Repealed the Open Internet Order
  • Don’t Shoot Messenger
  • EFF Tells the FTC Why We Need Better Competition and Consumer Protection Policies for Tech Companies
  • Giving Privacy Badger a Jump Start
  • Win! Landmark Seventh Circuit Decision Says Fourth Amendment Applies to Smart Meter Data
  • Documents Bare How Federal Researchers Went to Absurd Lengths to Undo Problematic Tattoo Recognition Research
  • California Assembly Acquiesces In Secret Police Surveillance
  • RT - Daily news

    RT - Daily news

  • No nerve agent found after tests of 2 people who ‘fell ill’ in Salisbury restaurant
  • Tesla faces Justice Department probe over ‘funding secured’ tweets by CEO Elon Musk
  • Russia will protect its servicemen, Israeli actions are ‘reckless’ – Foreign Ministry
  • Allegations against Kavanaugh like ‘dynamite wrapped in radioactive material’ - NBC host
  • Thai cop spared gangster’s bullet thanks to smartphone
  • Meet Mantis: BB8 creator’s six legged bot waltzes into record books (VIDEOS)
  • ACLU sues Facebook for gender discrimination
  • 'I've missed her!' UFC flyweight champ Cejudo reunited with belt lost en route to Moscow (VIDEO)
  • ‘Sharapova could retire next season’ – former tennis star Chesnokov
  • RT America extends programming to daytime with original news show
  • UFC to host Times Square viewing for first McGregor v Khabib press conference
  • ‘Crack pickup point’: East London residents create road signs to shame police into action
  • EU encourages migration by offering large social benefits, why would the flow stop? – Putin
  • German domestic spy chief removed, set to take up Interior Ministry post amid migrant row
  • ‘71 yrs of spying & regime change’: CIA tweets about birthday, gets trolled in comments
  • Canada, US to hold top-level NAFTA talks on Wednesday – Ottawa
  • Italy’s League has 75 years to repay party funds after fraud probe – prosecutors
  • Bad singing, pepper spray & Russophobia: Top hits of US midterms’ campaign cringefest (VIDEO)
  • Netanyahu tells Putin he expresses regret at loss of Russian lives
  • US clashing with Iran over future of Iraq, Tehran seems to be winning (VIDEO)
  • EU could deploy upgraded border police to Cyprus to help stem flow of migrants
  • US aircraft carrier Truman crosses Atlantic after threats to Syria
  • ‘Find this b***h’: Photo of dead leopard sparks outrage against big game hunter
  • ‘Highly plausible’ that Pussy Riot activist Verzilov was poisoned, German doctors say
  • New Tesla killer: Audi’s all-electric crossover may devour Elon Musk’s lunch
  • Hungary wants Russia's Turkish Stream pipeline to be extended into Europe – Orban
  • Name change would be ‘big step’ for Macedonians – EU enlargement chief
  • Greece to move 2,000 people out of Lesbos migrant camp
  • Indian driver beaten up after asking govt chief about fuel price hike (VIDEO)
  • Russian women’s kickboxing champion found dead at age of 23
  • Caspian convention won’t hinder US cargo transit to Afghanistan – Moscow
  • Putin on Israel’s role in Il-20 downing: ‘Looks accidental, like chain of tragic circumstances’
  • ‘Fruits of the imagination’: Di Francesco rejects claims he racially abused Costa during spit row
  • World’s most shocking food scandals: From Tylenol murders to poisoned baby food
  • Iraqi man held after fatal stabbing in Chemnitz, which sparked mayhem, walks free
  • Turkish drones & extra troops to patrol Idlib after deal with Moscow – FM
  • US-China trade war could last 20 years, warns Jack Ma
  • Beijing files complaint to WTO against latest US tariffs
  • Poland wants US to play key role in E. Europe – PM Morawiecki
  • World champion boxer Saunders sorry for 'sickening' clip offering crack for sex acts (VIDEO)
  • Indian pilot saves 370 lives by manually landing plane after all flight systems fail
  • Idlib buffer zone will help Russia & Turkey clear area of radicals – analyst to RT
  • Infanti-NO! FIFA boss speaks out against La Liga US plans
  • Bert & Ernie ‘were gay couple,’ reveals Sesame Street writer
  • Myanmar army should be removed from politics – UN investigators
  • ‘Erotic spasm’: Lib Dem leader Cable’s saucy criticism of Brexiteers' EU pull-out technique
  • Israeli army blames Damascus for Russia’s Il-20 downing, mourns death of crew – statement
  • Idlib deal must protect civilians, ensure humanitarian access – EU
  • Russian stock market hits all-time high as ruble strengthens despite US sanctions pressure
  • Stanley Cup ‘damaged’ during wild Capitals celebrations
  • EU’s Tusk warns Brexit ‘no deal’ scenario still possible
  • ‘They have to do their job’ - Federer has say on Serena US Open umpire ‘sexism’ row
  • Will Russia-Israel ties suffer after downing of Il-20 military plane off Syrian coast?
  • Toddlers ‘tied to car seats by their necks’ at Texas daycare center
  • EU probes Germany's ‘circle of five’ carmakers over clean emissions technology
  • Maradona slams ‘stupid’ critics after flying start as manager in Mexico
  • Russian Duma gives second nod to bill criminalizing the spreading of fake news
  • Syria govt welcomes Russia, Turkey agreement on Idlib
  • Japan ministers call for early solution to US-China trade war
  • French interior minister’s decision to quit puts Macron govt under more pressure
  • Putin & Orban need each other more than ever, but do they dare come closer during Moscow talks?
  • Survival game Fortnite cited in 5% of online divorces in UK – survey
  • Saudi-led coalition launches large-scale assault on Yemen’s vital port of Hodeidah
  • BRICS bank ‘successfully implements’ projects worth $5.7 billion
  • Women’s amateur golf star murdered on course in Iowa
  • ‘You are to blame for downing of Il-20 and death of its crew,’ Russia tells Israel
  • Shiite militia leader al-Amiri withdraws candidacy for Iraq PM
  • Russia ‘reserves right to respond’ after saying Israel’s actions led to downing of Il-20 by Syria
  • Brexit deal possible by November, German minister says
  • Russian Il-20 downed by Syrian missile after Israeli F-16s used it as cover during attack – MoD
  • Diplomacy ‘averted war in Syria’s Idlib’ – Iran’s FM
  • China to impose new tariffs on US goods worth $60 billion effective September 24
  • Norway didn’t know much about Libya yet helped bomb it into chaos, state report finds
  • SpaceX plans to send Japanese billionaire Yusaku Maezawa around the moon in 2023
  • Kim Jong-un welcomes South Korean leader to Pyongyang for historic summit (VIDEO)
  • ‘Very important evidence': MH17 missile's serial numbers vital to investigation – analysts to RT
  • China demands apology from Sweden over treatment of 3 tourists
  • Russia detects missile launches from French frigate off Syria’s coast in Mediterranean
  • China tariffs hammer drops: Trump announces new duties on $200bn worth of Chinese goods
  • Russian military plane with 14 on board disappears during Israeli strikes on Latakia
  • Trump orders ‘immediate’ declassification of FISA documents, DOJ-FBI texts
  • Flood waters leave workers stranded at North Carolina nuclear plant
  • US to slash refugee admissions by 15,000 – Pompeo
  • Hubble detects never-before-seen features around neutron star
  • India clears way for $2.2bn Russian frigate deal - report
  • Syrian port city Latakia 'attacked by missiles from sea' – local media (VIDEOS)
  • Former Argentina president Kirchner charged in corruption scandal
  • Khabib will take survival instincts into cage against McGregor – UFC flyweight champ Cejudo (VIDEO)
  • Elon Musk sued by British rescue diver he called a ‘pedo’ and ‘rapist’ on Twitter
  • Anne Hathaway denounces ‘white privilege’ at star-studded gala dinner
  • Kavanaugh accuser comes forward as Democrats seek to block SCOTUS nomination
  • Joe Biden calls Trump supporters the ‘dregs of society’
  • Korean issues cannot be solved with sanctions alone – Russia’s envoy to UN
  • Trump Jr. blasts Democratic congressman for ‘defending’ Muslim preacher who called Jews ‘satanic’
  • Asia Argento threatens to sue Rose McGowan over child sex assault claims
  • Lisa Page reveals FBI had no evidence of collusion for ‘Russiagate’ probe
  • ‘Nuclear pasta' could be strongest material in the universe – study
  • Wikileaks denies Assange sought Russian visa amid sex misconduct allegations
  • Putin & Erdogan agree Idlib buffer zone to avert new Syria crisis
  • Return of the May-Pac? Mayweather announces comeback 'this year' for '9-figure' Pacquiao rematch

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  • Inside Israel’s new Iran strategy
  • Inside Israel’s new Iran strategy
  • In a rare admission, Israel has broken its “no-comment” policy on air strikes to confirm that it has carried out over 200 attacks against Iranian targets in Syria over the last two years.
  • War-weary Syrians eye Russian-Turkish Idlib deal with uneasy relief and distrust
  • Weary Syrians eye Idlib deal with uneasy relief
  • A Russian-Turkish deal over Idlib has been met with distrust from war-weary Syrians in the rebel bastion.
  • Russia on top in Idlib deal as Iran, Turkey lose out
  • Russia comes out on top in Idlib deal
  • The deal struck in Sochi, credited with potentially averting what would have been a devastating war in Idlib, is a big win for Moscow.
  • Maradona makes winning debut in Mexico
  • Maradona makes winning debut in Mexico
  • Controversial and combative as ever, Diego Maradona made his Mexican coaching debut Monday with a 4-1 win for his new club, the second-division side Dorados.
  • Maradona makes winning debut in Mexico
  • Maradona makes winning debut in Mexico
  • Controversial and combative as ever, Diego Maradona made his Mexican coaching debut Monday with a 4-1 win for his new club, the second-division side Dorados.
  • Arsenal Chief Executive Gazidis leaves for AC Milan
  • Arsenal Chief Executive Gazidis leaves for Milan
  • Arsenal Chief Executive Ivan Gazidis will leave the Premier League team to join Italy’s AC Milan in the latest move in a year of change at the English club.
  • Arsenal Chief Executive Gazidis leaves for AC Milan
  • Arsenal Chief Executive Gazidis leaves for Milan
  • The Intercept
  • Trump Administration Plans U.N. Meeting to Ramp Up the International Drug War
  • McDonald’s Workers Are Striking Against Sexual Harassment — Tying #MeToo to Their Labor Struggle
  • Time to Kill the Zombie Argument: Another Study Shows Trump Won Because of Racial Anxieties — Not Economic Distress
  • Quer proteger crianas de abusos e preconceito? Ento, precisamos falar sobre sexo e gnero com elas.
  • Attorney Sent Letter to Chuck Grassley and Dianne Feinstein Claiming Federal Court Employees Willing to Speak About Brett Kavanaugh
  • The Aftermath of Botham Jean’s Killing Shows Why We Need to Cope With the Community Trauma of Police Brutality
  • Government Can Spy on Journalists in the U.S. Using Invasive Foreign Intelligence Process
  • A cidade em que o agrotxico glifosato contamina o leite materno e mata at quem ainda nem nasceu
  • Conhea a trupe de Bolsonaro
  • ISIS Has Not Vanished. It Is Fighting a Guerrilla War Against the Iraqi State.
  • Justice Department Attempts to Suppress Evidence That the Border Patrol Targeted Humanitarian Volunteers
  • Video: How Small Bands of Rescuers Risk Prison to Save Migrants from Drowning in the Mediterranean
  • No h razo para celebrar os 25 anos dos acordos de paz entre Israel e Palestina
  • How a Ragtag Group of Oregon Locals Took On the Biggest Chemical Companies in World — and Won
  • DSA’s Julia Salazar Is Headed to the New York State Senate
  • A Grassroots Uprising in Amish Country Begins to Find Meaning in Politics
  • Verizon Leaves Right-Wing Legislative Group ALEC Over Its Invitation to Anti-Muslim Activist David Horowitz
  • Google China Prototype Links Searches to Phone Numbers
  • Facebook Suppressed a Story About Brett Kavanaugh’s Opposition to Roe v. Wade. We’re Republishing It.
  • Pentagon Refuses to Disclose Identity of Foreign Country Contacted About Trump’s Military Parade
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  • Has Coca-Cola Entered Negotiations to Produce Cannabis-Infused Beverages?
  • Scare Over Needles in Strawberries Spreads Across Australia
  • Drifter Charged in Stabbing Death of Champ Golfer in Iowa
  • Elizabeth Smart: Accomplice in My Kidnapping Will Be Watched
  • Echoes of Anita Hill in #MeToo Allegation Against Kavanaugh
  • Russia Blames Israel for Plane Shot Down by Syrian Missile
  • Jury Shown Shooting Video Repeatedly at Chicago Cop’s Trial
  • 1st Private Moon Flight Passenger to Invite Creative Guests
  • Showdown Between Kavanaugh, Accuser Scheduled for Next Week
  • Authorities Pull Globe, Not Honey Pot, From Bear Cub’s Head
  • The New Yorker September 24, 2018 Issue
  • Sam Mendes’s Directorial Discoveries
  • The Unlikely Endurance of Christian Rock
  • Carrie Coon’s Existential Journey to TV Stardom
  • Sarah Huckabee Sanders, Trump’s Battering Ram 
  • The Nigerian Musicians Changing Pop
  • Should We Keep Politics Out of Sports?
  • “Washington Black” Reveals the Bonds of Both Cruelty and Compassion
  • Mind Games on “Maniac” and “Dietland”
  • Kate Atkinson’s Spy Novel Makes the Genre New
  • Rackstraw Downes and Malcolm Morley, Renegades from Sixties Abstraction
  • Briefly Noted Book Reviews
  • “The Sisters Brothers” and “Bel Canto,” Reviewed
  • WeWork Does Bodegas
  • Talking Shop with Ben Dickey
  • Who’s Afraid of George Washington?
  • The Taco Bell Drawing Club
  • With “Fear” and Trump, Bob Woodward Has a Bookend to the Nixon Story
  • Dear Publisher
  • Slide Show: New Yorker Cartoons September 24, 2018
  • “Poor Girl”
  • “Drank a Lot”
  • “Then Fall Again”
  • At Sofreh, a Prolific Home Cook Brings Persian Fare to Prospect Heights
  • Richard Bean Takes on the Surprisingly Seedy World of Pro Snooker
  • Apothéke’s Boozy Prescriptions
  • The Mail
  • Potential Last-Minute Wedding Dates
  • At the Emmys, the TV Industry Runs Past Schedule to Reckon with Its Past
  • The 2018 Emmys: The Blah Place
  • Daily Cartoon: Tuesday, September 18th
  • The 2018 Emmys: Nerd Love and Hannah Gadsby Won the Night
  • Thoughts on My Way to Work
  • Merrick Garland Says He’s Still Available
  • Jian Ghomeshi, John Hockenberry, and the Laws of Patriarchal Physics
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  • Putin: Israel did not shoot down Russian jet, situation needs more investigation
  • Diplomatic source says Israel in 'constant contact' with Russia after downed jet
  • Russia and Turkey to discuss status of 'radical' groups in Idlib, Turkish FM says
  • Turkey to reinforce Idlib region after Russia deal
  • EU demands humanitarian protection under Idlib deal
  • Train collides with bus in Austria's second city, 1 dead
  • Syrian ambassador to Lebanon calls Idlib deal a 'test' for Turkey
  • Woman stabbed near the Dead Sea
  • Russia says Syria shot down one of its military planes, blames Israel
  • Pro-Assad newspaper: Syria will return to Idlib under Turkish-Russian deal
  • Russia says a military aircraft vanishes near Syria during Israeli, French strikes
  • Russia's defense ministry says it lost contact with an IL-20 aircraft, Syrian state TV reports
  • Trump directs FBI to declassify information related to Russia investigation
  • Report: IAF strikes south of the Gaza Strip, two men wounded
  • Report: Several explosions heard in Latakia, Syria
  • Russian defense minister: There will be no new offensive on Idlib
  • Russia, Turkey agree to create buffer zone in Syria's Idlib
  • Incendiary balloon with hand grenade attached lands in Western Negev
  • Work resumes at Istanbul's new airport under police presence
  • Shaked: 'I never said the High Court is a branch of Meretz.'
  • Turkey's Erdogan says his meeting with Putin on Syria will bring hope
  • China to respond if U.S. imposes new tarrifs

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