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  • Stretching Before or After a Workout: Only One of Them is Right
  • Expensive Broadband is Pricing Millions Out of Accessing the Internet
  • Economists Say This is the Minimum Amount of Money Low-Income Households Need in an Emergency Fund
  • Boeing's 737 Max Troubles Deepen, Taking Airlines, Suppliers With It
  • Hacking the Hackers: Russian Group Hijacked Iranian Spying Operation, Officials Say
  • Accessibility, the Future, and Why Domino's v Robles Matters
  • NASA Orders 10 SLS Rockets; Return to the Moon Likely Delayed to 2028
  • Amazon is Shipping Expired Food Scaring Consumers and Putting Big Brands at Risk
  • Vox's Netflix Documentary: "Cult-Like-Sites" include Reddit, 4chan, Gab and Bodybuilding.Com
  • Kids Outsmart Apple's New Parental Controls
  • New Test Diagnoses Lyme Disease Within 15 Minutes
  • California Law Bans For-Profit: Private Prisons, Immigration Detention Centers
  • Samizdat, A Decentralized, Browser-Based Solution to Internet Censorship
  • Trial Set in New York on Exxon's Climate Statements
  • Variation in Transplant Centers' Use of Less-Than-Ideal Donor Kidneys
  • How to Build a Microphone
  • Microsoft Releases Rudr, an Implementation of Their New Open Application Model
  • DIY Faux-Flesh Active Phone Covers
  • Letting Birds Scooters Fly Free
  • China Gives Tesla Green Light for Production
  • Harnessing Plasmonics For Precision Agriculture Worldwide
  • “BriansClub” Hack "Rescues" 26M Stolen Cards
  • Blue Light Isn't The Main Source Of Eye Fatigue And Sleep Loss—It's Your Computer
  • Best Way To Protect Ocean Fisheries? Let Nations Profit From Them
  • Private Property, Not Productivity, Precipitated Neolithic Agricultural Revolution
  • Cod Or Haddock? Study Looks At 'Name Bias' And Fisheries Sustainability
  • Fake Russian Tor Browser Purloins $40,000 in Bitcoin From Dark Web Shoppers
  • Big Data Technique Reveals Previously Unknown Capabilities Of Common Materials
  • Pixel 4's 'Face Unlock' Works Even If You're Asleep or Dead -- and That's a Problem
  • Researchers Find Fake WordPress Plugins That Secretly Mine Cryptocurrency
  • Google is in Serious Trouble, Warns Top Anti-Trust Lawyer
  • $35B Face Data Lawsuit Against Facebook Will Proceed
  • Intel Chip Shortages - at Least Another Quarter or Two to Go, Say PC Execs
  • Wing’s Delivery Drones Take Flight for the First Time in Virginia
  • Proliferation of Hidden Cameras Extends to the Beach
  • Linode to Perform Maintenance; Several SoylentNews Servers Selected for Servicing [Updated]
  • Record Breaking Marathon Athlete at Center of Enhanced Shoe Controversy
  • 64-Core AMD Threadripper CPUs Suggested by Release of Cooler
  • Catalan Separatists in Spain have Tooled up with a Decentralized App for Civil Disobedience
  • Former Oracle Co-CEO Mark Hurd Has Passed Away
  • Vatican Unveils ‘ERosary’ to Pray Electronically; Was "Hacked in 10 Minutes"
  • UN Official's Briefing on Torture of Assange Boycotted by US Media
  • Human Guinea Pigs Prepare for the World's Longest Direct Flight: 20 Hours
  • Microsoft Starts Nagging Windows 7 Pro Users About End Of Support
  • Good News – America's Nuke Arsenal to Swap Eight-Inch Floppy Disks for Solid-State Drives
  • Project Trident to Move From FreeBSD/TrueOS to Void Linux
  • Senators Propose Near-Total Ban on Worker Noncompete Agreements
  • Unpatched Linux Bug May Open Devices to Serious Attacks Over Wi-Fi
  • Evidence of Behavioral, Biological Similarities Between Compulsive Overeating and Addiction
  • Under New Ownership, DigiCert Expands into Verified Mark Certificates
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  • US Takes Step To Require DNA Samples From Asylum-Seekers
  • Tom DeLonge's UFO Research Group Signs Contract With US Army To Develop Far-Future Tech
  • Netflix May Crack Down On Password Sharing
  • Air Pollution 'Triggers Hundreds More Heart Attacks and Strokes,' Study Finds
  • Ocean Acidification Can Cause Mass Extinctions, Fossils Reveal
  • Facebook Shuts Down New Accounts From Iran and Russia Spreading Disinformation
  • Colorado Drops Its T-Mobile-Sprint Lawsuit After Dish Agrees To House Headquarters In the State
  • Andrew Yang Wants a Thorium Reactor By 2027
  • Google Says a Fix For Pixel 4 Face Unlock Is 'Months' Away
  • Disney+ Does Not Work On Linux Devices
  • UK Man Invents Aluminum-Air Battery In His Garage
  • New Facebook Features Fight Election Lies Everywhere But Ads
  • New Gene Editing Tool Could Fix Most Harmful DNA Mutations
  • Apple CEO Tim Cook Joins Influential Chinese University Board
  • Bank of America Says It Saves $2 Billion Per Year By Ignoring Amazon and Microsoft and Building Its Own Cloud Instead
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  • Universe Today

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  • Time-lapse Captured from the International Space Station
  • How Long is a Day on Venus? Astronomers Make Their Best Measurement Yet
  • Messier 93 – the NGC 2447 Open Star Cluster
  • The Most Massive Galaxies Spin More Than Twice as Fast as the Milky Way
  • Comets and Interstellar Objects Could be Exporting Earth Life Out into the Milky Way
  • Success! NASA Confirms the Mole is Working Again.
  • There’s the Curiosity Rover, On the Move, Seen from Space
  • What Was The First Color In The Universe?
  • Here’s the Picture We’ve Been Waiting for. Hubble’s Photo of Interstellar Comet 2I/Borisov
  • An Army of Tiny Robots Could Assemble Huge Structures in Space
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  • Project Trident Ditches BSD for Linux
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  • Cloud file migration geek Mover packs boxes for Microsoft
  • Mandatory electronic prescriptions was the easy bit in NHS paperless plans
  • Steve Bannon-backed flick attempts to expose evil lurking at heart of Huawei *cough* Huaxing
  • Infosys shares dive 15% as regulators investigate false accounting claims
  • UK tech freelancer numbers down for first time in 5 years since IR35 tax reforms hit public sector
  • Power to the users? Admins be warned: Microsoft set to introduce 'self-service purchase' in Office 365
  • Two astronauts conduct a successful spacewalk, world+dog lose minds
  • HP CEO: Help us save the world one tree at a time... by printing stuff (with our kit, of course)
  • Just say the 'magic password': Boffins turn up potential backdoor in SQL Server 2012, 2014
  • Microsoft and dance partners coordinate firmware defenses with Secure-core PCs
  • Tune in online today: Find out how to smooth your path to a hybrid or multi-cloud environment
  • Yay! The ozone layer hole the smallest it's ever been seen. That's not necessarily good...
  • Just a friendly reminder there were no at-the-time classified secrets on Clinton's email server. Yes, the one everyone lost their minds over
  • Er, hi. Small Q. Where's our billion-ish dollars gone? We summarize Bitcoin exchange's subpoena requests
  • ATTK of the Pwns: Trend Micro's antivirus tools 'will run malware – if its filename is cmd.exe'
  • Row erupts over who to blame after NordVPN says: One of our servers was hacked via remote management tool
  • New Teams goodies: Shared calendars? No. Private channels? No. Hold please ♩ ♪ ♫ ♪ ♫
  • Euro data watchdog has 'serious concerns' as to whether EU deals with Microsoft obey GDPR
  • The sound of silence is actually the sound of a malicious smart speaker app listening in on you
  • Avast lobs intruders into the 'Abiss': Miscreants tried to tamper with CCleaner after sneaking into network via VPN
  • Assange fails to delay extradition hearing as date set for February
  • SAP and Microsoft pucker up, prepare for public cloud love under Project Embrace
  • No one would be so scummy as to scam a charity, right? UK orgs find out the hard way
  • Rocket Lab plans to send small satellites to the Moon with Photon
  • Ow-wei, says Huawei as Chinese giant admits US sanctions smacked it right in the phone biz
  • We read the Brexit copyright notices so you don't have to… No more IP freely, ta very much
  • Trend Micro would like you to fall in line and become a victim of Cloud Conformity
  • If there were almost a million computer misuse crimes last year, Action Fraud is only passing 2% of cases to cops
  • Traffic lights worldwide set to change after Swedish engineer saw red over getting a ticket
  • Iran? More like Ivan: Brit and US spies say they can see through Turla hacking group's facade
  • Samsung on fridge cert error: Someone tried to view 'unsavoury content' in middle of John Lewis
  • Google ads from the po-po can prevent vengeful gamer nerds going full script kiddie – research
  • Don't look too closely at what is seeping out of the big Dutch pipe
  • Don't fall for the hype around OpenAI's Rubik's Cube playing robot, Berkeley bans facial recognition, and more
  • Silos of paper scans, photos, forms, and other unstructured data blight today's corps. How are you tearing them down?
  • Malware hides as iOS jailbreak, Sucuri is insecuri, and China is about to get even worse
  • Guess what's on the receiving end of more NASA dollars for SLS?
  • Deus ex hackina: It took just 10 minutes to find data-divulging demons corrupting Pope's Click to Pray eRosary app
  • Guess who's dreaming of facial-recog body cams now? US border cops: AI tech sought to scrutinize travelers
  • Good guy, Microsoft: Multi-factor auth outage gives cloudy Office, Azure users a surprise three-day weekend
  • Mark Hurd is dead
  • Pack your pyjamas, Zuck: US bill threatens execs with prison for data failures
  • What's the scoop with Mars InSight's mired mole? It's digging again, thanks to trowel trickery
  • All we need is just a little patients: Google's Alphabet hires new chief health officer
  • Google lashes out at DoJ, Oracle as it asks US Supremes to sniff Java suit one last time
  • Like Visual Studio Code and your data lives in SQL Server? Microsoft has something for you
  • Yahoo! Groups' closure and a tale of Oftel: Die-hard users 'informally' included telcos
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  • Junior minister says gov.UK considering facial recognition to verify age of p0rn-watchers
  • How does 36m sound, mon CHERI? UK.gov pumps cash into Arm security research

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  • [$] Implementing alignment guarantees for kmalloc()
  • LTTng 2.11.0 "Lafontaine" released
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  • Ubuntu 19.10 (Eoan Ermine) released
  • [$] Really fixing getrandom()
  • Bazel 1.0 released
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  • Free Software Wireless-N Mini Router v2 from ThinkPenguin, Inc. now FSF-certified to Respect Your Freedom
  • Richard M. Stallman resigns
  • International Day Against DRM (IDAD): Defending the right to read on Oct. 12
  • Early registration open for FSF's licensing seminar on Oct 16 in Raleigh, NC
  • Alexandre Oliva joins Free Software Foundation board of directors
  • Six more devices from ThinkPenguin, Inc. now FSF-certified to Respect Your Freedom
  • FSF job opportunity: campaigns manager
  • OpenStreetMap and Deborah Nicholson win 2018 FSF Awards
  • Seven new devices from ThinkPenguin, Inc. now FSF-certified to Respect Your Freedom
  • 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
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  • EFF Challenges Ring Spokesperson Shaq Over Privacy Concerns
  • Ready to Pay $30,000 for Sharing a Photo Online? The House of Representatives Thinks You Are
  • Tell HUD: Algorithms Shouldn't Be an Excuse to Discriminate
  • Massachusetts: Tell Your Lawmakers to Press Pause on Government Face Surveillance
  • Why Fiber is Vastly Superior to Cable and 5G
  • EFF Urges Congress Not to Dismantle Section 230
  • Victory! Berkeley City Council Unanimously Votes to Ban Face Recognition
  • Quin Defiende Tus Datos?: Four Years Setting The Bar for Privacy Protections in Latin America and Spain
  • EFF Defends Section 230 in Congress
  • Congressional Hearing Wednesday: EFF Will Urge Lawmakers to Protect Important Internet Free Speech Law
  • Hearing Thursday: EFF’s Rainey Reitman Will Urge California Lawmakers to Balance Needs of Consumers In Developing Cryptocurrency Regulations
  • Today: Tell Congress Not to Pass Another Bad Copyright Law
  • One Weird Law That Interferes With Security Research, Remix Culture, and Even Car Repair
  • Secret Court Rules That the FBI’s “Backdoor Searches” of Americans Violated the Fourth Amendment
  • EFF to Court: Parody Book Combining Dr. Seuss and Star Trek Themes Is Fair Use
  • China’s Global Reach: Surveillance and Censorship Beyond the Great Firewall
  • Twitter "Unintentionally" Used Your Phone Number for Targeted Advertising
  • Victory! California Governor Signs A.B. 1215
  • Bad News From the EU: High Court Blesses Global Takedown Order
  • EFF to First Circuit: First Amendment Protects Right to Secretly Audio Record Police
  • Facebook Shouldn't Give Politicians More Power Than Ordinary Users
  • A Race to the Bottom of Privacy Protection: The US-UK Deal Would Trample Cross Border Privacy Safeguards
  • The Open Letter from the Governments of US, UK, and Australia to Facebook is An All-Out Attack on Encryption
  • Victory! EFF Wins Access to License Plate Reader Data to Study How Law Enforcement Uses the Privacy Invasive Technology
  • Coders' Rights Are At Risk in Brazil, and the Harms Could Affect Everyone
  • Adversarial Interoperability
  • Privacy Allies File Amicus Briefs in Support of EFF’s Jewel v. NSA Case
  • D.C. Circuit Offers Bad News, Good News on Net Neutrality: FCC Repeal Upheld, But States Can Fill the Gap
  • Senate Antitrust Hearing Explores Big Tech’s Merger Mania
  • California: Tell Governor Newsom to Stop Face Surveillance on Police Body Cams
  • Help EFF Find Our Next Development Director
  • The FISA Oversight Hearing Confirmed That Things Need to Change
  • South Africa Bans Bulk Collection. Will the U.S. Courts Follow Suit?
  • The Christchurch Call Comes to the UN
  • European Court’s Decision in Right To Be Forgotten Case is a Win for Free Speech
  • EFF to HUD: Algorithms Are No Excuse for Discrimination
  • Nigeria Misuses Overbroad Cyberstalking Law: Levels Charges Against Political Protester Sowore
  • Carnegie Experts Should Know: Defending Encryption Isn't an "Absolutist" Position
  • How to Make Sure the Tech You Use and Build Reflects Your Values
  • Innocent Users Have the Most to Lose in the Rush to Address Extremist Speech Online
  • Facebook's Social Media Council Leaves Key Questions Unanswered
  • EFF to Observe at United Nations General Assembly Leaders' Week Event
  • Hearing Friday: Plaintiffs Challenging FOSTA Ask Court to Reinstate Lawsuit Seeking To Block Its Enforcement
  • Thanks For Helping Us Defend the California Consumer Privacy Act
  • Big Tech’s Disingenuous Push for a Federal Privacy Law
  • Facebook Must Better Limit Its Face Surveillance
  • Don't Let Congress Hand Patent Abusers Their Ultimate Wishlist
  • EFF's 2019 Pioneer Awards Winner Remarks and Speeches
  • Victory! Individuals Can Force Government to Purge Records of Their First Amendment Activity
  • Encrypted DNS Could Help Close the Biggest Privacy Gap on the Internet. Why Are Some Groups Fighting Against It?
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  • ‘They deserve better’: WWI Indian cavalry memorial at Somme site sparks ridicule (PHOTOS)
  • Khabib in Turkey: UFC lightweight champion visits Istanbul ahead of Real Madrid Champions League tie (VIDEO)
  • Transit only: US troops pulled out of Syria & moved to Iraq are now asked OUT of the country
  • 'I love Russia, I love the tournaments & the breakfasts!' Meet Kremlin Cup 2019 winner Belinda Bencic (PHOTOS, VIDEO)
  • WATCH: Police open fire as Oslo ambulance ramming suspect flees the scene
  • China to lead global 5G revolution, reaching 600 million subscribers by 2025
  • Turkey to resume assault on Kurds in Syria with ‘more determination’ if US doesn’t keep its promises – Erdogan
  • Aste-RISK! NASA warns space rock twice the size of Eiffel Tower is bearing down on Earth
  • Assad visits Idlib, says region’s battle is key to ending Syrian war
  • Losing majority with hysterical dignity? Trudeau’s ‘victory speech’ turns into scandal, as he jumps on stage interrupting rival
  • EU will wait on UK Parliament before granting Brexit delay, but no-deal ‘will never be our decision,’ says Tusk
  • ‘Shut up until you have solutions’: Greta Thunberg mural defaced in Canada (PHOTOS, VIDEO)
  • German defense minister proposes security zone for N. Syria to protect displaced civilians
  • Half the world's banks are too weak to survive downturn - McKinsey
  • ‘English-speaking liberal media’ biased, covered Kashmir unfairly – India’s foreign minister
  • Erdogan says Syrian Kurdish militia ‘withdrawing from Turkish border area’
  • EU’s Juncker says Brexit is a ‘waste of time and energy’
  • The Russian pipeline that could derail China's LNG boom
  • India, Pakistan preparing to sign pilgrim corridor pact amid Kashmir tension
  • Pentagon to create ‘AI assistant’ to help tank crews navigate & MAKE DECISIONS in battle
  • Indian PM Modi is winning his biggest war, and it’s not against Pakistan
  • With Syrian ceasefire ticking down, Erdogan travels to Russia to meet Putin and talk peace
  • Democrats cry racism over campaign poster showing black SF mayor smoking with stack of money
  • Bolivia opposition candidate contests election count as rival protesters & police clash in streets (VIDEOS)
  • WATCH Lebanon protesters sing ‘Baby Shark’ to frightened child amid heated protests sparked by tax hikes (PHOTOS)
  • Trudeau’s Liberal Party set to cling to power after tight general elections
  • ‘Outrageous’: Bernie rejects Hillary Clinton’s ‘foreign asset’ smear on Tulsi Gabbard
  • ‘Read up on Stalingrad’: Russia reacts to NATO buying winter kits for... ARCTIC WARFARE?
  • Targets destroyed: Spectacular VIDEO shows Russia’s S-400 air defense system in action
  • London ‘reviewing’ diplomatic immunity rules after wife of US diplomat killed 19 yo in car crash & fled UK
  • Opioid crisis: Aberration, or logical outgrowth of for-profit US healthcare system?
  • ‘Not putting up with your Republican bulls**t!’: Angry liberals accost Rand Paul
  • Referendum on Trudeau: Liberals and Conservatives neck and neck as voters go to the polls in Canadian election
  • Trump ‘fully prepared’ for military action against Turkey – Pompeo
  • Turkey names banker US convicted of Iran sanctions-dodging as head of STOCK EXCHANGE
  • 'That girl is so beatable': UFC phenom Maycee Barber steps up attack on Paige VanZant (VIDEO)
  • ‘Something I’ll never forget’: Russian youngster Andrey Rublev on emotional Kremlin Cup win (VIDEO)
  • 'Have you no shame?': Bare Knuckle FC criticized after Antonio 'Bigfoot' Silva suffers inevitable KO defeat
  • Ditch the Kurds, grab the oil? Trump says US ‘never committed’ to Syrian allies, but SecDef says Washington still committed to oil
  • Top secret: Declassified files tell dramatic story of how first Soviet atomic bomb was made (PHOTOS)
  • HERESY IN THE VATICAN? Catholics steal the Pope’s ‘pagan’ fertility statues, dump them in river (VIDEO)
  • Netanyahu says he FAILED to form govt, his rival Gantz given 28 days to do the job
  • British uni students to examine ‘censored, gay, feminist, amateur’ PORN as part of ‘illuminating’ X-rated course
  • Ankara outlines 120km ‘safe zone’ plan ahead of key deadline – report
  • Real Madrid head to ‘hell’ as Zidane faces crunch Champions League encounter
  • World in flames: why are protests raging around the globe?
  • Lebanon’s govt announces economic reforms on 5th day of protests
  • Bot race! Mitt Romney admits he’s ‘Pierre Delecto,’ anon Twitter handle who ‘liked’ impeachment, never-Trumpers & Romney posts
  • Cheating master fail: Bangladeshi MP expelled from uni for hiring EIGHT LOOKALIKES to take exams for her
  • McGregor heads to Moscow: What can we expect from 'The Notorious' in Russia?
  • Saudi Arabia’s 100% hookah tax hike ignites social media fury
  • UK House Speaker Bercow blocks ‘meaningful vote’ on BoJo’s Brexit deal
  • Turkish police detain 3 pro-Kurdish party mayors over ‘terrorism’ links
  • WATCH: Rare glimpse of Julian Assange INSIDE prison van
  • ‘America is running away’: Irate Kurds pelt withdrawing US forces with vegetables (VIDEO)
  • ‘I can’t think properly’: Assange disoriented as court rejects delay for extradition proceedings
  • ‘Tickets to the cemetery’ await ISIS fighters if they decide to return to Chechnya from Syria, Kadyrov warns
  • ‘Inhuman’: Incredible Indonesian ‘Spiderwoman’ goes viral after smashing world speed-climbing record (VIDEO)
  • No military solutions to intl problems – Lavrov
  • Recession likely to be years away thanks to Trump’s bullish effect on market – Nobel prize winner Robert Shiller
  • Brazil plane crash leaves 3 dead after aircraft slams into cars (VIDEOS, PHOTOS)
  • Foreign-instigated color revolutions fuel global unrest, Beijing says in veiled attack on US
  • Lights out: MMA fighter gets sparked in the dark as lighting goes haywire at event in Russia (VIDEO)
  • ‘Come and take it’: Here’s what US troops left behind at abandoned base in Syria (PHOTOS)
  • Rich Chinese outnumber wealthy Americans for first time – Credit Suisse
  • 'My throat hurts all the time': Russian tennis ace Maria Sharapova on how 'grunting' during her matches takes its toll
  • WATCH migrants BURN CARS in protest against detention in a Maltese holding center
  • Hubble captures asteroid photobombing the Crab Nebula in incredibly-timed PHOTO
  • N. Ireland’s DUP signal they’ll reject customs union compromise, in Brexit blow for UK opposition parties
  • The Big One: Fear of catastrophic quake grows in California as dormant fault line moves for 1st time in 500yrs
  • 'In it for the long term': Manchester Utd exec insists US owners DO NOT plan to sell amid Saudi crown prince takeover talk
  • Pentagon chief Esper says keeping some troops in NE Syria under discussion
  • China doubles down on infrastructure projects as trade war with US drags on
  • Conor McGregor to hold Moscow press conference on Thursday after Khabib feud explodes again
  • Just going next door: More than 100 armored vehicles cross into Iraq as US troops withdraw from northern Syria
  • Tehran rejects Turkey’s establishing of military posts in Syria – ministry
  • Mysterious newly discovered virus DEFIES EVOLUTION, current scientific understanding
  • Actual PC police: British law enforcement allow convicted male rapists to identify as female
  • Turkish op in Syria may lead to ‘reverse migration’ of terrorists to their homelands, Russian defense minister warns
  • Australian media stages front-page ‘blackout’ to protest against govt clampdown on press freedom
  • Pyongyang says S. Korea, US must present new solutions for current standoff
  • PM Modi warns against efforts to ‘demonize’ technology in India, says AI can be harnessed to benefit mankind
  • Tornado causes havoc & damages houses as it rips through Dallas, Texas (PHOTOS, VIDEO)
  • 3yo child miraculously survives fall from balcony as it lands on passing rickshaw (VIDEO)
  • ‘We are at war!’ Chile extends curfew, 1,000s of soldiers patrol streets as death toll in violent riots mounts (PHOTOS, VIDEOS)
  • ‘Unique bird’: Putin’s gyrfalcon gift that ‘misbehaved’ at Saudi royal palace has its ancestry & hatching VIDEO revealed
  • Conor McGregor ‘set for Moscow visit’ after Khabib feud reignites
  • Hillary Clinton’s attacks on Tulsi Gabbard sow more Democratic division than Moscow could ever dream of
  • Leave nothing behind? US forces DESTROY own airfield, equipment as they flee northern Syria (PHOTOS)
  • Liverpool snatch late draw at Manchester Utd but Klopp's men see record bid end
  • 3 US soldiers killed, 3 injured in Georgia training accident
  • Andy Murray breaks down in tears after claiming first ATP title since returning from surgery (VIDEO)
  • ‘Difficult to beat US skaters in North America’: Renowned Russian coach blasts ‘home soil’ judging at Skate America
  • Krem de la Krem! Russian rising star Rublev clinches Kremlin Cup 2019 on his 22nd birthday in Moscow
  • 4 killed as Bangladesh police fire at protesters outraged by defamatory Facebook post on Prophet Mohammed
  • Get the cluck out: Gay rights group claims victory as UK’s first Chick-Fil-A shut down
  • ‘Taken out of context’: NFL legend Brady denies Netflix massage parlor cameo was a jibe at Patriots owner Kraft
  • Donald Trump thanks Pentagon chief Mark ‘Esperanto’ for ‘securing oil’ in Syria, whatever that might mean
  • Swiss tennis star Belinda Bencic wins Kremlin Cup 2019 with victory over Pavlyuchenko in Moscow
  • Russian ‘Bazooka Arms’ takes on blogger in MMA bout – and gets beaten (VIDEO)

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  • International Support Group for Lebanon backs Hariri’s reforms, says they are in line with Lebanese peoples’ aspirations
  • International Support Group for Lebanon backs Hariri’s reforms, says they are in line with Lebanese peoples’ aspirations
  • International Support Group for Lebanon backs Hariri’s reforms, says they are in line with Lebanese peoples’ aspirations
  • International Support Group for Lebanon backs Hariri’s reforms, says they are in line with Lebanese peoples’ aspirations
  • International Support Group for Lebanon backs Hariri’s reforms, says they are in line with Lebanese peoples’ aspirations
  • International Support Group for Lebanon backs Hariri’s reforms, says they are in line with Lebanese peoples’ aspirations
  • Iraq says U.S. forces withdrawing from Syria have no approval to stay
  • Iraq says U.S. forces withdrawing from Syria have no approval to stay
  • U .S. forces that crossed into Iraq as part of a pull-out from Syria do not have permission to stay and can only be there in transit, the Iraqi military said Tuesday.
  • Turkey names US-convicted banker to head Istanbul stock exchange
  • US-convicted banker named Istanbul stock exchange head
  • ISTANBUL, Turkey: Turkey has named a banker convicted of sanctions busting in the US as the new chief executive of the Istanbul stock exchange, the finance minister has said.
  • U.S aim is for troops pulling out of Syria to leave Iraq eventually - Pentagon chief
  • Troops to leave Iraq eventually - Pentagon chief
  • PRINCE SULTAN AIR BASE, Saudi Arabia: U .S. Defense Secretary Mark Esper said Tuesday that Washington aimed to bring U.S. troops withdrawing from Syria back to the United States, and not for them to stay in Iraq indefinitely.
  • Mozambique president heads for big win as observers report iregularities
  • Mozambique president heads for fraudulent win
  • MAPUTO: Mozambique's President Filipe Nyusi was forecast to be heading for a landslide victory Tuesday in an election the opposition says has been tarnished by fraud while observers reported numerous irregularities.
  • Banks to remain closed, schools to open Wednesday
  • Banks to remain closed, schools to open Wednesday
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  • Japanese Emperor Naruhito Ascends Chrysanthemum Throne
  • Blackouts Possible Again as Fire Danger Looms in California
  • Nationals’ Max Scherzer Embraces 2 Different Eye Colors
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