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  • 'Remarkable' Mathematical Proof Describes How to Solve Seemingly Impossible Computing Problem
  • UK Company Makes Knives Without Tips As Knife Crime Wave Surges
  • Gary Starkweather, Inventor of the Laser Printer, Dies at 81
  • Meta: Threshold and Threaded-TOS [Updated]
  • Universal Flu Vaccine in Stage 1 Trials
  • Galactic Settlement and the Fermi Paradox
  • German Officials Agree on Plan to Exit Coal-Fired Power
  • Creating Learning Resources for Blind Students
  • Sticky Situation Inside Blood Vessels Can Worsen Stroke Damage
  • Law Enforcement Does Not Need Apple to Unlock a Suspect's iPhone
  • National Science Board Report Finds US Dominance in Science is Slipping
  • Living Carbon Chomping FrankenBricks for the Moon, Mars, and Mainstreet
  • Lord of the Rings Amazon Prequel Series: Everything You Need to Know
  • Elon Musk Discloses Details for SpaceX Mars Mega-Colony
  • Microsoft's New Carbon Plan Neutral by 2030 Negative by 2050
  • Top Euro Court Advised: Citing 'National Security' Doesn't Justify Widespread Surveillance
  • Deep Learning Enables Real-time Imaging Around Corners
  • Relief as Rain Falls Over Australian Bushfires
  • Facial Recognition: EU Considers Ban of up to Five Years
  • After Nearly Three Years, Wikipedia is Coming Back Online in Turkey
  • SpaceX Moon Passenger Yusaku Maezawa Has 20,000 Applicants to be Girlfriend He Takes on Journey
  • Vietnam's Battalions of 'Cyber-Armies' Silencing Online Dissent
  • Christopher Tolkien Dies, Aged 95
  • Scientists Unexpectedly Witness Wolf Puppies Play Fetch
  • Hong Kong Express Airways Sorry for Making Woman Take Pregnancy Test
  • PinePhone Braveheart Linux Smartphone Begins Shipping
  • Worried About Swearing Too Much? Science Says You Shouldn't Be
  • Equifax Settles Class-Action Breach Lawsuit for $380.5M
  • Researchers Test Hearing by Looking at Dilation of People's Eyes
  • Mozilla Lays Off 70 People as Non-Search Revenue Fails to Materialize
  • SpaceX Set to Launch Crew Dragon for Crucial Escape Test Saturday 0800 ET / 1300 UTC
  • Comcast Settles Lying Allegations, Will Issue Refunds and Cancel Debts
  • Was It an Act of War? That’s Merck Cyber Attack’s $1.3 Billion Insurance Question.
  • Luca Concept Car Will Be Built Using Plastic Waste
  • Protein Found to Mimic Exercise
  • `Dinosaur Trees' Saved from NSW Bushfires Thanks to a Special Firefighting Mission
  • What Can We Rid the World Of, Thinks Google... Poverty? Disease? - Third-Party Cookies
  • Antibiotics Could be Promising Treatment for Form of Dementia
  • Plane Dumps Fuel Over San Francisco Suburbs, Sprays Children
  • The Cost of Trade Wars on US Economy
  • Advertising Makes Us Unhappy
  • Trump Launches Fresh Attack on Apple Over Privacy
  • The Dream Of A Common Charger Is Alive, Despite Apple's Complaining
  • Paris Muses Publishes 100,000+ Digitized Works Into the Public Domain
  • Sen. Ron Wyden Calls for an Investigation of the Ad-Blocking Industry
  • Lawrence Lessig Sues New York Times for Defamation Over "Misleading Headline"
  • Ex-NASA Scientist “Convinced” Alien Life Was Found on Mars Over 40 Years Ago
  • Oracle Ties Previous All-Time Patch High with January Updates
  • Philippine Volcano Trembles More, Spews Lava Half-Mile High
  • An 'Unknown' Burst of Gravitational Waves Just Lit Up Earth's Detectors
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  • 127 Tesla Owners Complain The Cars Accelerate On Their Own
  • Facebook Won't Put Ads in WhatsApp -- For Now
  • Scientists Are Generating Oxygen from Simulated Moon Dust
  • HBO's New Space Comedy Mocks 'Tech Bros in Charge'
  • Telnet Passwords Leaked For More Than 500,000 Servers, Routers, and IoT Devices
  • Are Software Designers Ignoring The Needs of the Elderly?
  • Is Google Facing a Backlash From Medical Record Vendors?
  • 'What's Up With Betelgeuse?'
  • Introducing JetBrains Mono, 'A Typeface for Developers'
  • 'Watch SpaceX Blow Up a Falcon 9 Rocket in a Safety Test Sunday'
  • What Linus Torvalds Gets Wrong About ZFS
  • Another Project Goes Private: Amara Stops Being Developed As Open Source
  • Red Hat and IBM Jointly File Another Amicus Brief In Google v. Oracle, Arguing APIs Are Not Copyrightable
  • Slate Announces List of The 30 Most Evil Tech Companies
  • Microsoft's New Windows Terminal Preview Offers a Retro CRT Screen Effect
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  • Universe Today

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  • More Mysterious Space Blobs Have Been Found Near the Center of the Milky Way
  • Crew Dragon Abort Test is Scheduled for Saturday Morning
  • A Mysterious Burst of Gravitational Waves Came From a Region Near Betelgeuse. But There’s Probably No Connection
  • The Debate Over Cold Dark Matter Warms Up As Astronomers Take Its Temperature
  • ESA Recruits Amateur Astronomers Ahead of Hera Asteroid Mission
  • An Asteroid has been Found that Orbits the Sun Closer than Venus
  • Another Beautiful Image of Jupiter from Juno During a Flyby. Great Work by Gerald Eichstadt and Sean Doran
  • Scientists Figure Out How to Continuously Watch the Entire Planet With Just 4 Satellites
  • Beautiful Image of Ice at Mars’ Northern Polar Cap
  • A Second Planet May Have been Found Orbiting Proxima Centauri! And it’s a Super Earth.
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  • To catch a thief, go to Google with a geofence warrant – and it will give you all the details
  • It's Friday, the weekend has landed... and Microsoft warns of an Internet Explorer zero day exploited in the wild
  • You're not Boeing to believe this: Yet another show-stopping software bug found in ill-fated 737 Max airplanes
  • Europe mulls five year ban on facial recognition in public... with loopholes for security and research
  • 'Friendly' hackers are seemingly fixing the Citrix server hole – and leaving a nasty present behind
  • Who says HMRC hasn't got a sense of humour? Er, 65 million Brits
  • EU declares it'll Make USB-C Great Again™. You hear that, Apple?
  • Stolen creds site WeLeakInfo busted by multinational cop op for data reselling
  • Time to burst out graphing: Get the Windows Insider experience... by taping a calculator to your monitor
  • Autonomous Logistics Information System gets shoved off the F-35 gravy train in favour of ODIN
  • Microsoft picks a side, aims to make the business 'carbon-negative' by 2030
  • Help! I'm trapped on Schrodinger's runaway train! Or am I..?
  • WebAssembly: Key to a high-performance web, or ideal for malware? Reg speaks to co-designer Andreas Rossberg
  • Unlocking news: We decrypt those cryptic headlines about Scottish cops bypassing smartphone encryption
  • The time that Sales braved the white hot heat of the data centre to save the day
  • Nowhere to run to, nowhere to hide, muaha... Boffins build laser-eyed intelligent cam that sorta sees around corners
  • Copy-left behind: Permissive MIT, Apache open-source licenses on the up as developers snub GNU's GPL
  • Google Cloud rolls out of bed, slips on suit, draws up premium support, vows to take it SLO to lure enterprises
  • Bad news: Windows security cert SNAFU exploits are all over the web now. Also bad: Citrix gateway hole mitigations don't work for older kit
  • Remember when Netscout got so upset at 'challenger' label in Gartner Magic Quadrant, it sued? Well, top court just ended all those shenanigans
  • Azure consultant's Google image search results hotlinking sueball booted off the pitch by High Court
  • The Curse of macOS Catalina strikes again as AccountEdge stays 32-bit
  • The $4.3bn trial of the century is over! Now we wait for judgment
  • Load of Big Green for Microsoft: Lloyds Banking Group inks company-wide Managed Desktop deal
  • Get hands on with Kubernetes, service meshes – and more – at our fantastic Continuous Lifecycle London conference
  • This is also a system for GPs, right? UK doctors seek clarity over Health dept's 40m single sign-on funding
  • Shhhhhh: Fujitsu bags another 12m from Libraries NI as bosses fail to bookmark replacement
  • Google reveals new schedule for 'phasing out support for Chrome Apps across all operating systems'
  • The dream of a single European patent may die next month – and everyone is in denial about it
  • Spanking the pirates of corporate security? Try a Plimsoll
  • Peek inside this fascinating effort to map Britain's subterranean tubes – a deep sprawl of unrecorded infrastructure beneath our feet
  • Attention security startup founders: Give your fledgling Brit biz a boost with Tech Nation’s free Cyber 2.0 school
  • The mysterious giant blobs of gas around our galaxy's black hole are actually massive merger stars being shredded
  • Top Euro court advised: Cops, spies yelling 'national security' isn’t enough to force ISPs to hand over massive piles of people's private data
  • Facial-recognition algos vary wildly, US Congress told, as politicians try to come up with new laws on advanced tech
  • China tells America, with a straight face, it will absolutely crack down on hacking and copyright, tech blueprint theft
  • No Mo'zilla for about 100 techies today: Firefox maker lays off staff as boss talks of 'difficult choices' and funding
  • What do Brit biz consultants and X-rated cam stars have in common? Wide open... AWS S3 buckets on public internet
  • Yo, sysadmins! Thought Patch Tuesday was big? Oracle says 'hold my Java' with huge 334 security flaw fix bundle
  • Microsoft's on Edge and you could be, too: Chromium-based browser exits beta – with teething problems
  • Look sharp: Microsoft Blazor's gone mobile. Fancy developing mobile apps with C# web technology?
  • Huawei invites app developers to board the HMS Core to gran their pieces of eight
  • The eyeopening multi-billion-dollar merry-go-round of Insight Partners, Veeam – and their one-time beau N2WS
  • A fine host for a Raspberry Pi: The Register rakes a talon over the NexDock 2
  • It's just semantics: Bulgarian software dev Ontotext squeezes out GraphDB 9.1
  • Ex-Autonomy CFO Sushovan Hussain's part in the accounting badness was 'wildly overblown'
  • Totally Subcontracted Business: TSB to outsource entire IT estate to IBM for a cool $1bn after 2019 meltdown
  • Boeing aircraft sales slump to historic lows after 737 Max annus horribilis
  • AppSheet. Gesundheit! Oh, we see – it's Google pulling no-code development into a cloudy embrace
  • Behold the Internet of Turf: IoT sucks waste energy from living plants to speak to satellites

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  • Fedora CoreOS out of preview (Fedora Magazine)
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  • GNU Guile 3.0.0 released
  • Security updates for Thursday
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  • Release for CentOS Linux 8 (1911)
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  • FSF News
  • First LibrePlanet 2020 keynote announcement: Internet Archive founder Brewster Kahle
  • Contract opportunity: Bookkeeper
  • Talos II Mainboard and Talos II Lite Mainboard now FSF-certified to Respect Your Freedom
  • LibrePlanet returns in 2020 to Free the Future! March 14-15, Boston area
  • FSF and GNU
  • 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
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  • ICANN Needs To Ask More Questions About the Sale of .ORG
  • EFF Asks the Supreme Court to Put a Stop to Dangerously Broad Interpretations of the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act
  • Tuesday Hearing: EFF Argues in New Jersey Supreme Court That Defendant Can’t Be Forced to Turn Over Password to Encrypted iPhone
  • Iranian Tech Users Are Getting Knocked Off the Web by Ambiguous Sanctions
  • Rights Groups to European Commission: Prioritize Users’ Rights, Get Public Input For Article 17 Application Guidelines
  • Strange Bedfellows: EFF Sides with PTO in Trademark Battle Over ‘Booking.com’
  • Top Apps Invade User Privacy By Collecting and Sharing Personal Data, New Report Finds
  • Bay Staters Continue to Lead in Right to Repair, and EFF Is There to Help
  • The German Constitutional Court Will Revisit the Question of Mass Surveillance, Will the U.S.?
  • Virginia Needs a Strong Anti-SLAPP Law to Stop Bogus Lawsuits
  • EFF Asks Supreme Court To Reverse Dangerous Rulings About API Copyrightability and Fair Use
  • Ten Questions—And Answers—About the California Consumer Privacy Act
  • No Digital Surveillance of Iranians at the U.S. Border—Or Within the U.S.
  • Consumer Privacy: Year in Review 2019
  • Surveillance Self-Defense: Year in Review 2019
  • The Fight Against Government Face Surveillance: 2019 Year in Review
  • Consumer Data Privacy in California: 2019 Year in Review
  • Protecting the Legal Foundation of the Internet: 2019 in Review
  • Activists Worldwide Face Off Against Face Recognition: 2019 Year in Review
  • Encrypting DNS: Year in Review 2019
  • Courts Grapple with a Sea Change in Fourth Amendment Law After Carpenter v US: Year in Review 2019
  • Jewel v. NSA: On to the Ninth Circuit: 2019 Year in Review
  • The Year in Corporate Speech Controls
  • Fighting Back Against Face Surveillance in the Skies: 2019 Year in Review
  • EFF Enters the Competition Fray: 2019 Year in Review
  • Victories and Disappointments in AI and Algorithmic Decision-Making: 2019 Year in Review
  • Fancy New Terms, Same Old Backdoors: The Encryption Debate in 2019
  • Foreign Police Want to Bypass Privacy Laws—and Courts—to Get Data from Abroad: Year in Review 2019
  • America Is Still in Desperate Need for a Fiber Broadband for Everyone Plan: Year in Review 2019
  • Dodging Bullets on the Path to a Decentralized Future: 2019 in Review
  • EFF at 36c3 (Chaos Communications Congress)
  • Protests and Technology in Latin America: 2019 in Review
  • Time to Save Alice: 2019 Year in Review
  • Threat Lab: Year in Review 2019
  • Legislative Victories in the States: 2019 Year in Review
  • Caught Between Worlds: Imprisoned Tech Users In 2019
  • Yet Another Year of Fighting a Bad Copyright Bill: 2019 Year in Review
  • Smart Home Tech, Police, and Your Privacy: Year in Review 2019
  • The Year We Fought to Get Net Neutrality Back: 2019 Year in Review
  • 2019 in Review
  • Seizing Products for Design Patent Owners Isn't CBP's Job
  • Victory: Brookline Votes to Ban Face Surveillance
  • More Than Thirty Human Rights Groups Protest the Targeting of Digital Rights Defenders in Ecuador, Argentina, and Beyond
  • Ring Throws Customers Under the Bus After Data Breach
  • No More Dystopias: Support EFF This Year
  • Global NGO Community Demands a Stop to the Sale of .ORG
  • California DOJ Cuts Off ICE Deportation Officers from State Law Enforcement Database
  • Speaking Freely: An Interview With sta Gurn Helgadttir
  • Surveillance Court to the FBI: You Have Some Explaining to Do
  • EFF to ICANN: Stop .ORG Domain Registry Sale To Private Equity Firm
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  • Rapidly spreading: Chinese authorities confirm 136 NEW cases of deadly virus in 2 days
  • Two police officers killed, multiple homes set on fire in Hawaiian capital shooting
  • From Bond to ‘Top Gun’: How PC Hollywood will mess with your fave franchises in 2020
  • ‘Detailed proposals for Libyans to take up’: Roadmap for settling every field of Libya war agreed in Berlin – Lavrov
  • Water cannon, tear gas & scores injured as Lebanese protesters clash with police (VIDEOS)
  • ‘Arms embargo & commitment to ceasefire’: Libya peace talks end on positive note in Berlin despite enduring disagreements
  • Cusack, Bernie’s prophet of doom: Only 10-12 years to stop climate change & ‘predatory capitalism’
  • Putin meets Johnson in Berlin, but UK PM says ‘no normalization of relations’
  • ‘OK, Boomer’: Gold trader bemoans ‘lost’ bitcoin over forgotten password, Twitter can’t resist roasting him
  • Gremlin in the sky: Pentagon contractor shows maiden flight of its new ‘swarm’ drone
  • Pep talk: PSG poised to make MASSIVE OFFER for Manchester City boss Guardiola – reports
  • ‘They’re coming closer and closer’: Novak Djokovic wary of threat from young guns at Australian Open
  • ‘Where’s Putin?’ World leaders can’t start Berlin conference photo-op without Russian president (VIDEO)
  • ‘Already had a useless female PM’: Twitter groans as MP tells men to ‘pass the mic’ to female Labour leader
  • No bum rap: Louisiana police announce charges dropped against Odell Beckham following cop butt-slap
  • May’s spell? Boris Johnson trapped in car as he meets Merkel in Berlin (VIDEO)
  • 'Khabib made him humble': Fans of UFC champ Nurmagomedov claim he forged respectful new version of McGregor
  • All about the footwork: Watch Conor McGregor hit the dancefloor as he lets loose after comeback win at UFC 246 (VIDEO)
  • Putin & Erdogan set stage for Libya peace talks at Berlin meeting (VIDEO)
  • 'I don't know what was going on there': Conor McGregor rips into Jorge Masvidal for wearing Versace robe to UFC 246
  • German FM blasts US policy on Iran, says Europe wants to prevent ‘firestorm’ in Middle East without regime change
  • Iran examines downed Boeing black boxes, no decision yet on sending them anywhere – investigation chief
  • UFC champion Kamaru Usman's hacked Twitter account posts X-rated threats to McGregor & his partner
  • Khabib camp name terms for McGregor rematch after 'The Notorious' makes spectacular UFC comeback
  • Not your REAL dad: If you come from poverty & live in a city good odds your family tree is full of cuckolds, says pioneering study
  • Iran will review cooperation with IAEA if Europe takes ‘unjust measures’ over nuclear deal
  • ‘It will be one hell of a spectacle’: McGregor talks up Moscow bout with Khabib as UFC boss Dana White says rematch IS NEXT
  • McGregor needs Khabib rematch in Russia next to continue ‘real life Rocky story’ after sensational UFC comeback
  • Who's next? Top 5 options for Conor McGregor after quick UFC 246 victory
  • Berlin talks ‘important step’ towards cementing Libya ceasefire, groundwork created with Moscow – Erdogan
  • ‘Weak as f*ck’: Former foe Nate Diaz unimpressed with Conor McGregor’s comeback win at UFC 246
  • ‘Mayweather vs McGregor 2’: Boxing icon Floyd Mayweather Jr teases rematch moments after stunning Conor McGregor win at UFC 246
  • 'Mr S**thole': Facebook apologizes for screwing up translation of Xi Jinping's name
  • Berlin peace talks: In war-torn Libya, can intl community help finish what Russia & Turkey started?
  • New deadly virus spreads fear across China as 17 more people fall victim to mysterious illness
  • Conor McGregor crushes Donald Cerrone in just 40 seconds at UFC 246
  • UFC 246: Tyson Fury arrives in Las Vegas to support Conor McGregor (PHOTOS, VIDEO)
  • Russian tech giant Yandex wants to expand car-sharing service across Europe
  • UFC 246: Holly Holm gets back in the win column with second career win over Raquel Pennington
  • 'The Boa Constrictor' strikes again! Alexey Oleynik gets 47th career submission with armbar finish at UFC 246 (VIDEO)
  • German student, kicked out of India for participating in citizenship law protest, claims he was told not to return
  • UFC 246: Roxanne Modafferi scores HUGE upset and dominates Maycee Barber in bloody battle
  • Maduro says time for direct talks with Trump, blames Pompeo & co for US ‘failure’ in Venezuela
  • UFC 246: Russian flyweight contender Askar Askarov half-KO's Tim Elliott before claiming decision win (VIDEO)
  • ‘Brazen attempt to overturn 2016 election result’: Trump fires back at House Dems as they present argument for his removal
  • Fierce clashes erupt in Paris as Yellow Vests hit streets for 62nd consecutive weekend (VIDEO)
  • ‘We’ll shut your filthy mouth’: Putin says Russia will combat the rewriting of WWII history with new free-to-all archive center
  • UK’s Prince Harry & Meghan to lose titles & funds, repay millions spent for renovation as they ‘exit’ royal family duties
  • Striking Paris Opera artists perform outdoor concert against pension reforms – while Macron flees theater amid protests (VIDEOS)
  • 'I can't do more than what I did': Federer defends himself after being branded 'selfish' amid Australian Open bushfires row
  • Lebanese president calls on ARMY to intervene as massive protests turn violent in Beirut (PHOTOS, VIDEO)
  • 'He's something else': Haaland nets 20-minute hat-trick on Bundesliga debut as wonderkid helps Dortmund to comeback win
  • Australian Open: Tantrums and tirades won’t help Next Gen tennis stars... they need to grow up to beat Nadal, Djokovic & Federer
  • ‘We've had enough!’ WATCH German farmers drive tractors through Berlin to protest agriculture policy
  • Burnt bodies of troupe of musicians discovered – Mexican gang suspected of grisly mass murder
  • China’s AI industry will be worth $30 BILLION by 2022
  • High noon: How does Donald 'Cowboy' Cerrone get the job done against Conor McGregor?
  • Black boxes of Boeing 737-800 downed in Tehran to be sent to Ukraine – chief Iranian investigator
  • Will he, won't he? Sporting Lisbon and Man Utd wrangle over big-money Bruno Fernandes move
  • Libyan National Oil Corporation declares ‘state of emergency’ after Haftar’s forces close eastern oil ports
  • 'We shouldn't speak about players from other clubs': Jose Mourinho stokes Antonio Conte feud as Inter pursue Spurs star Eriksen
  • At least 3 dead, 20 injured in Somali car bomb attack targeting Turkish contractors – reports
  • Alligator in the sky: Russian combat helicopter performs insane stunts (VIDEO)
  • Red-hot Rublev continues flying start to season with 2nd title – after Russian star is tipped by Federer as one to watch in 2020
  • UFC 246 payday figures reveal HUGE GAP between Conor McGregor and rival Donald 'Cowboy' Cerrone
  • Simpsons actor Hank Azaria quits Apu role amid continued ‘racism’ controversy over hit show’s Indian character
  • Return their fabled attacking flair, cure away-day woes – Quique Setien’s five major challenges as new Barcelona boss
  • WATCH Passenger plane engine turn into a FIREBALL on runway before takeoff
  • 'Tired of politicized pastors': Maduro alerts Pope that Venezuelans are DITCHING Catholicism
  • Pentagon insists US troops are 'FORCE FOR GOOD' in Iraq after its parliament votes to expel them
  • India could become first non‑Arctic state to develop Russia's Arctic resources
  • Xenobots are here: Tiny bio-robots inside your veins may heal you & will definitely be weaponized by West to take out ‘bad guys’
  • India issues travel advisory out of ‘abundant caution’ as new coronavirus takes hold in China
  • ‘Humanity is alive’: Villagers in northern India brave snowy slopes to help carry injured policeman 7 kilometers to safety (VIDEO)
  • Woodland camo in space, you sure? US Space Force roasted online after it premiers first-ever uniform
  • Pakistan’s Supreme Court rejects Musharraf appeal to have treason conviction tossed, says he must surrender first
  • ‘I thought it was a terrorist attack’: California teachers sue Delta after plane showers school children with jet fuel
  • 4 men convicted in India’s gang rape case behind Netflix’s series to be hanged on February 1, SEVEN YEARS after verdict
  • Born with a badge? Officers midwife in PATROL CAR after woman goes into labor while stuck in Moscow traffic
  • ‘Be very careful with your words’: Trump warns Iran’s Khamenei after ayatollah delivers fiery sermon slamming ‘American clowns’
  • Happy birthday Mrs. Obama? Trump admin replaces Michelle’s ‘healthy school lunches’ with pretty suspicious timing
  • Passengers at 3 major US airports to be screened for deadly Chinese VIRUS
  • 'Irish clown!' Russian TV forced to remove UFC 246 promo over Conor McGregor insults (VIDEO)
  • Conor McGregor comes in at his heaviest ever UFC weight while gaunt Cerrone also hits the mark to make bout official (VIDEO)
  • Ukraine’s Zelensky gives ‘another chance’ to PM taped saying president clueless on economy
  • He’s had 11 FIGHTS since McGregor last won a bout – the facts you need to know about ‘Cowboy’ Cerrone before UFC 246
  • 'Lies': Russian model rejects claims she was arrested in Spain for false rape complaint against AC Milan star Theo Hernandez
  • ‘Most brazen anti-competitive scheme in a generation’: 4 tech firms sue Facebook to force Zuckerberg to sell his stake
  • ‘Rigging election again’: Trump says impeachment all a ploy to... shaft Bernie Sanders
  • 'Anti-Catholic bigotry': UK journo slammed online over 'dictated by the Vatican' remarks, in veiled attack on religious Labour MP
  • ‘Being funny not our strong suit’: SEDUCTION visa joke by German Foreign Office causes Twitter backlash & apology
  • 'Statement signing': Roman Abramovich 'gives go-ahead' for $150 million move for Borussia Dortmund wonderkid Jadon Sancho
  • Neymar 'opens discussions' with PSG but HUGE new deal could hinge on Champions League success
  • Polish Senate rejects govt’s judicial reform bill allowing politicians to fire judges
  • ‘Biased & agenda-driven’: PM Modi’s party takes aim at Bezos-owned WaPo as Indian shopkeepers rise up against Amazon
  • 737 MAX crisis could cost Boeing $20 billion, Wall Street analyst says
  • 'Leo has everything, he didn't need anything from me' – Ronaldinho on Lionel Messi
  • VIDEOS capture frolicking cows and saturated Sydney as rain brings relief to Australia’s scorched south-east
  • Migrant entries from Turkey to Europe on the rise, Frontex chief says
  • 'We must make that rematch': Conor McGregor targeting return bout with Khabib Nurmagomedov after UFC 246

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  • ‘1917’ takes top honor at Producers Guild Awards
  • ‘1917’ takes top honor at PGA
  • If the Producers Guild Awards are a true predictor of the Oscars’ best film category, then the World War I film “1917” is poised to come away with the top honor in a few weeks.
  • Strategists say get ready for ‘peak decade’
  • Strategists say get ready for ‘peak decade’
  • Amid the Alpine peaks of the Swiss resort of Davos in the week ahead, politicians, investors and executives will be busy debating whether we are witnessing peaks in key drivers of the world economy.
  • Yemen’s rival powers commence battle over banknotes
  • Yemen’s rival powers battle over banknotes
  • Yemen’s warring sides opened a new front in their five-year conflict Saturday - a battle over old and new banknotes that threatens to create two economies in the same state.
  • Has the world economy reached peak growth?
  • Has the world economy reached peak growth?
  • At the start of a new decade, many commentators are understandably focused on the health of the global economy. GDP growth this decade most likely will be lower than during the teens, barring a notable improvement in productivity in the West and China, or a sustained acceleration in India and the largest African economies.
  • The truth about the Trump economy
  • The truth about the Trump economy
  • As the world’s business elites trek to Davos for their annual gathering, people should be asking a simple question: Have they overcome their infatuation with U.S. President Donald Trump?
  • Oldest known depiction of Venice uncovered
  • Oldest depiction of Venice uncovered
  • A Renaissance historian has unearthed the oldest known image of Venice, which dates from the 14th century and shows how even then the city of canals gripped the imagination of visitors.
  • Portrait verified as missing Klimt
  • Portrait verified as missing Klimt
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  • Facebook Warrant Targeting Student Journalists in Puerto Rico Prompts Fears of Political Surveillance
  • Bolsonaro, Under Fire, Dismisses His Culture Minister For Giving a Nazi Speech, But It Is Still Representative of Brazil’s Governing Ethos
  • The Playbook for Poisoning the Earth
  • Ozone Layer Recovery Is Being Undermined by Pollution From U.S. Companies
  • The Sanders Campaign Researched Whether Warren Could Be Both Vice President and Treasury Secretary at Once
  • Documento confidencial mostra que Cultura vai continuar pregando ideais nazistas mesmo sem Roberto Alvim
  • Oakland’s Moms 4 Housing Were Evicted by a Giant Corporation That Runs National Home-Flipping Operation
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  • A Campaign Finance Rule Makes Life Much Harder for Working-Class Challengers
  • Key Architect of 2003 Iraq War Is Now a Key Architect of Trump Iran Policy
  • Pete Buttigieg’s Campaign Used Notoriously Low-Paying Gig-Work Platform for Polling
  • Trump Banished Immigration Rights Activist for Speaking Out. He’s Suing ICE to Come Back.
  • Iran Tensions Showed How Much More Work an Effective U.S. Anti-War Movement Needs to Do
  • Trump vs. Iran: What Now?
  • Trump Supporter Who Discussed Surveillance of Ambassador Marie Yovanovitch Has History of Stalking, Mental Health Issues
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