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  • Instagram Website Leaked Phone Numbers and Emails for Months, Researcher Says
  • Third Time's the Charm? SpaceX to try Launching Starlink Again
  • Netflix has 175 Days Left to Pull Off a Miracle... Or It's All Over
  • Send Your Name to Mars on the Mars 2020 Rover
  • SpaceX Sues the U.S. Air Force, Again
  • Site Was Wonky; Seems Okay Now
  • Fears Rise China Could Weaponise Rare Earths In US Tech War
  • Bamboo Blossoms Reported in Japan
  • India Hospital World's Cheapest - Cancer Surgery for $700, Endoscopy for $14, and it Still Profits.
  • Too Many or Too Few Koalas?
  • 19% of the Most Popular Docker Containers Have No Root Password
  • Future Stellar Flybys of the Voyager and Pioneer Spacecraft
  • New Research Explains How Earth Got its Water
  • Possibilities of an AI Having Feelings, Mental Illness, and Psychosis? What Can We Do About It?
  • Lack of Secure Coding Called a National Security Threat
  • Arduino's New Nano Board Family is More Powerful and Affordable
  • Deep Packet Inspection a Threat to Net Neutrality, Say Campaigners
  • Uber’s Founders Have Cashed In. How About the Drivers?
  • Study Finds That Cannabidiol (CBD) Can be an Effective Treatment for Heroin Addiction
  • Microsoft's New Xbox Moderation Tools Seek to Create 'Safe Spaces' to Play
  • Farmers Have Less Leisure Time than Hunter-Gatherers, Study Suggests
  • Researchers Suggest Converting Methane Into Carbon Dioxide to Fight Global Warming
  • These Tiny Microbes Are Munching Away at Plastic Waste in the Ocean
  • Giga-Hurts Radio: Terrorists Build Wi-Fi Bombs to Dodge Cops' Cellphone Jammers
  • New York Might Fine You for Texting While Crossing the Street
  • Pluto Has an Underground Ocean Kept Warm by a Layer of Gassy Ice
  • The Pun-Loving Computer Programs that Write Adverts
  • After Five-Year Legal Battle, Top Judges Rule that the UK's Spying Activities can be Challenged
  • Lenovo Stole a Fan's Video to Promote the Foldable Motorola RAZR
  • DOJ Leans Against Approving T-Mobile's Takeover of Sprint
  • Chapters of Security Engineering, Third Edition, Begin to Arrive Online for Review
  • Wind Provided 37 Percent of Ireland's Electricity in Q1 2019
  • Sad Survey: 60% of Male Managers Are “Uncomfortable” Working Around Women
  • Decades-Long Research on "Depression Gene" Based on Bad Data
  • Google Announces $999 Glass Enterprise Edition 2
  • 'Ant Bridge'-Inspired Nanoparticle Assembly Fixes Broken Electrical Circuits
  • Earliest Evidence of the Cooking and Eating of Starch
  • Hacktivist Attacks Declined 95 Percent Since 2015: IBM
  • Radar for Your Wrist
  • The Way We Define Kilograms, Metres and Seconds Changes Today
  • Researchers Document Impact of Coffee on Bowels
  • Google Pulls Huawei’s Android License
  • Bedbugs Evolved More than 100 Million Years ago - and Walked the Earth with T. Rex
  • Machine-Learning Based Text-To-Speech System Clones Podcaster's Voice
  • Stack Overflow Hacker Undetected for a Week
  • Over 21,000 Linksys Routers Leaked Their Device Connection Histories
  • Heart of Next-Generation Chip-Scale Atomic Clock
  • Walmart Offers One-Day Delivery on 220,000 Items
  • Ajit Pai Proposes New Rule That Would Allow Carriers to Block Robocalls
  • Intel's Processors Lose More Performance From Vulnerability Mitigations Than AMD's
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  • How 'The Big Bang Theory' Normalized Nerd Culture
  • New Paper Confirms Near-Room-Temperature Superconductivity In Wild, Hydrogen-Rich Material
  • Huawei Executive Accused of Helping Steal Trade Secrets
  • Apple Agrees To Notify iPhone Users If iOS Updates Will Affect Performance, UK Watchdog Says
  • Phones Can Now Tell Who Is Carrying Them From Their Users' Gaits
  • Consumer Reports: Latest Autopilot 'Far Less Competent Than a Human'
  • Millions of Golfers Land In Privacy Hazard After Cloud Misconfig
  • Crowdfunded Android Console Ouya Will Be Shut Down On June 25th
  • Reddit Co-Founder Alexis Ohanian Speaks Out Against 'Always-On' Work Culture
  • Hackers Are Holding Baltimore's Government Computers Hostage
  • How the World's First Digital Circuit Breaker Could Completely Change Our Powered World
  • Google's Ad System Under EU Probe For How It Spreads Your Private Data
  • EE To Switch on UK's First 5G Network on May 30
  • Android and iOS Devices Impacted By New Sensor Calibration Attack
  • Shareholder Efforts To Curb Amazon Facial Recognition Tech Fall Short
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  • Bizarre Star Could be the Result of Two White Dwarfs Merging Together
  • Weekly Space Hangout: May 22, 2019 – Dr. Susan Bailey of the NASA TWINS Study
  • NASA has Picked the Companies That’ll Help Build its Lunar Landers
  • Don’t Forget, Curiosity’s Sister Rover is Flying to Mars in 2020
  • Planetary Society’s Light Sail 2 is Set to Launch on a Falcon Heavy Rocket Next Month
  • Interview with Dennis E. Taylor, Author of the Bobiverse Trilogy
  • Chang’e-4 Lander and its Rover Have Turned up new Mysteries on the Moon’s far side. The Moon’s Mantle Blasted Onto the Surface?
  • Mars Odyssey Reveals Phobos Using THEMIS
  • Messier 86 – the NGC 4406 Elliptical Galaxy
  • Most of the Solar System Should be a Protected Wilderness. One-Eighth Left for Mining and Resource Exploitation
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  • Programmers' Question Time: Tiptoe through the tuples
  • GitHub slurps open-source bug zapping automator Dependabot, chucks cash at devs
  • Minecraft's my Nirvana. I found it hard, it's hard to find. Oh well, whatever... Never Mined
  • DataStax has starts in its eyes over Constellation, it's latest tweak on Apache Cassandra
  • NASA boffins may just carve your name on a chip and send it to Mars if you ask nicely
  • Serverless Computing London: Blind bird ticket offer ending soon
  • Tim Peake's Soyuz returns to London after jaunt around the UK
  • No Huawei out: Prez Trump's game of chicken with China has serious consequences
  • We listened to more than 3 hours of US Congress testimony on facial recognition so you didn't have to go through it
  • Comcast – the cable giant America loves and trusts – confirms in-home health device to keep tabs on subscribers
  • Apple arms web browser privacy torpedo, points it directly at Google's advertising model
  • Koh-MG: Qualcomm guilty of abusing chip patent monopoly, biz promises to appeal
  • Kelway founder slurps Brit public sector supplier SBL, financials undisclosed
  • Apple reckons mystery new material will debug butterfly keyboard woes in latest MacBook Pros
  • Irish data cops are shoving a probe right into Google's ads
  • Microsoft gently leads workhorse Windows Server 1903 for a pad around the paddock
  • US Air Force probes targeted malware attack, blames... er, the US Navy? What?
  • EE's 5G rollout: Oi, where are your Mates? Yes, we mean the Huawei phones
  • Twist my Arm why don't you: Brit CPU behemoth latest biz to cease work with Huawei – report
  • This is a sett-up! Mum catches badger feasting on contents of freezer
  • All aboard the Windows Server container train as Google punts out Rapid Release GKE channel
  • Another disappointing quarter for Pure Storage as expanded sales team fails to close large deals
  • Come join the Mirantis Kubernetes party, just be sure to BYOD – the D being distro, not drinks
  • Bring it on, Chipzilla! Nvidia swipes back at Intel in CPU-GPU AI performance brouhaha
  • Revealed: Facebook, Google's soft-money 'blackmail' to stall Euro fake news crackdown
  • Mirantis teases Kubernetes-as-a-Service to terrorise bare metal, public clouds, everything in between
  • Uncle Sam to blow millions on mind-control weapon tech that can be fitted without surgery
  • UK Space Agency cracks open its wallet, fishes out a paltry 2m for Brit plans to return to orbit
  • Bug-hunter reveals another 'make me admin' Windows 10 zero-day – and vows: 'There's more where that came from'
  • Microsoft Windows 10 'Burger King' build 1903: Have it your way... and it may still leave a nasty taste in your mouth
  • G Suite'n'sour: Google resets passwords after storing some unhashed creds for months, years
  • if developer_docs == bad then app_quality = bad; Coders slam Apple for subpar API manuals
  • Jeff Bezos finally gets .Amazon after DNS overlord ICANN runs out of excuses to delay decision any further
  • Microsoft shoves serverless container baby Virtual Kubelet at KubeCon crowds
  • Looks like we've got ourselves into another fine mesh: Enter the Service Mesh Interface
  • Now Chinese-made drones rubbing US govt up the Huawei: 'Strong concerns' DJI kit threat to national security
  • Oh 4G, I'm speechless: EE network outage smacks rare breed of customer that talks into their mobile phone
  • Oh my Tosh, WD: Storage firms etch for a stretch – 15 more years of fab flash hookup
  • Team OpenCensus or OpenTracing? It'll be neither and both now: Hello, OpenTelemetry
  • Honey, hive had it with this drone: Couple lived for years with thousands of bees in bedroom wall
  • iPhone gyroscopes, of all things, can uniquely ID handsets on anything earlier than iOS 12.2
  • Backup your files with CrashPlan! Except this file type. No, not that one either. Try again...
  • 50 years ago: Apollo 10 takes an unplanned spin above the lunar surface – and sh!t gets sweary
  • Wanted: Big iron geeks to help restore IBM 360 mainframe rescued from defunct German factory by other big iron geeks
  • Ahem, ahem... AI engine said to be good as human docs at spotting lung cancer developing
  • Big payout for Dell, Apple et al as Toshiba Mem 'prepares' to buy them out ahead of IPO
  • Where there's a will, there's Huawei: US govt already eases trade ban with 90-day reprieve
  • Lyft, Uber drivers boost app surge prices by turning off, tuning out – and cashing in
  • Do Not Track is back in the US Senate. And this time it means business. As in, fining businesses that stalk you online
  • FCC boss blesses T-Mobile US-Sprint merger amid sketchy promises, lashings of incoherency

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  • openSUSE Leap 15.1 released
  • Stable kernel updates
  • Security updates for Wednesday
  • Tor Browser 8.5 released
  • [$] Asynchronous fsync()
  • Firefox 67 released
  • [$] Filesystems and crash resistance
  • Mourning Martin Schwidefsky
  • [$] openSUSE considers governance options
  • Security updates for Tuesday
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  • [$] Supporting the UFS turbo-write mode
  • FSF News
  • 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
  • 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
  • Deeplinks
  • Nominations Open for 2019 Barlows!
  • Broadband Monopolies Are Acting Like Old Phone Monopolies. Good Thing Solutions to That Problem Already Exist
  • Why We Can’t Support Modifications to Texas’ Anti-SLAPP Law
  • Reddit Commenter's Fight for Anonynmity Is a Win for Free Speech and Fair Use
  • Hearing Wednesday: Can Criminal Defendants Review DNA Analysis Software Used to Prosecute Them?
  • TOSsed Out: Highlighting the Effects of Content Rules Online
  • EFF Project Shows How People Are Unfairly “TOSsed Out” By Platforms’ Absurd Enforcement of Content Rules
  • Senator Wyden Leads on Securing Elections Before 2020
  • EFF Files Freedom of Information (FOIA) Request for Submissions to the White House’s Platform Moderation Tool
  • California Now Classifies Immigration Enforcement as “Misuse” of Statewide Law Enforcement Network
  • Supreme Court Extends Antitrust Protections to App Store Customers
  • What You Need to Know About the Latest WhatsApp Vulnerability
  • California: Speak Out for the Right to Take Companies That Violate Your Privacy to Court
  • The Christchurch Call: The Good, the Not-So-Good, and the Ugly
  • Send a Message to Congress: The Last Thing We Need is More Bad Patents
  • Why Has San Francisco Allowed Comcast and AT&T to Dictate Its Broadband Future (Or Lack Thereof)?
  • San Francisco Takes a Historic Step Forward in the Fight for Privacy
  • Victory! EFF Wins National Security Letter Transparency Lawsuit
  • YouTube User Fights Unfair Takedown Campaign from UFC
  • Courts to Government Officials: Stop Censoring on Social Media.
  • Don’t Let California’s Legislature Extend Broadband Monopolies for Comcast and AT&T
  • Why Outlawing Cryptocurrency Purchases is a Terrible Idea
  • Social Media Councils: A Better Way Forward, Window Dressing, or Global Speech Police?
  • EFF Supports Unnamed Company in Bringing an End to Endless NSL Gag Orders
  • Consumer Data Privacy Advocates to Senate Committee: Here's How to Protect Consumers
  • Court Refuses to Keep Patent Licensor's Secrets
  • Coin Center’s Report Explores Privacy Coins, Decentralized Exchanges, and the First Amendment
  • Shareholders Demand To Know How Northrop Grumman Will Protect Human Rights While Building Massive DHS Database
  • Human Rights Watch Reverse-Engineers Mass Surveillance App Used by Police in Xinjiang
  • San Francisco: Stop Secret Spy Tech and Face Surveillance
  • EFF to Tenth Circuit: First Amendment Protects Right to Record Police
  • California: Tell the Senate To Empower You To Protect Your Own Privacy
  • Media Alert: Court Hearing Monday for Redditor Fighting to Stay Anonymous
  • Censorship Can't Be The Only Answer to Disinformation Online
  • Section 230 Is Not A Special “Tech Company” Immunity
  • We Got U.S. Border Officials to Testify Under Oath. Here’s What We Found Out
  • New Documents Reveal DHS Asserting Broad, Unconstitutional Authority to Search Travelers’ Phones and Laptops
  • Media Alert: Court Hearing Wednesday on Law Enforcement Retention of DNA Profiles from Innocent Californians
  • Content Moderation is Broken. Let Us Count the Ways.
  • Judge Dodges Legality of NSA Mass Spying, Citing Secrecy Claims
  • Alvaro Bedoya Highlights the Critical Connection between Civil Liberties and Civil Rights
  • It’s Now Even Easier To Spot the Surveillance With Updates to EFF’s VR App
  • Skip the Surveillance By Opting Out of Face Recognition At Airports
  • The Tillis-Coons patent bill will be a disaster for innovation
  • Massachusetts Court Blocks Warrantless Access to Real-Time Cell Phone Location Data
  • End the NSA's Invasive Call Detail Records Program Once and for All
  • California Assembly’s Privacy Committee Votes to Weaken Landmark Privacy Law
  • Eleven Teams Entered EFF's Third Annual Tech Trivia. Three Left (Victorious).
  • California's Assembly Privacy Committee Will Consider Only Industry Bills
  • Google's Sensorvault Can Tell Police Where You've Been
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  • Ankara rejects media reports of US two-week ultimatum on S-400 deal
  • Follower of Flying Spaghetti Monster allowed to wear COLANDER in Russian driver’s license photo
  • Actor Geoffrey Rush wins record US$1.9mn in Daily Telegraph #MeToo defamation case
  • End of Trump’s tariff game with Canada & Mexico sends warning signal to ‘high-risk adversary’ China
  • British PM Theresa May to step down on Friday amid cabinet revolt over Brexit plan - report
  • Iran's supreme leader promises young Iranians will see US & Israel crumble
  • UKIP's European election candidate designated as 'hate agent' in secret Facebook list – report
  • Washington declared 'sanctuary state' as governor looks to stand out in crowded 2020 race
  • 3D-printable 'Death Pod' for 'stylish' and 'peaceful' suicide premiered at Venice expo
  • French domestic intel summons journalist who exposed Benalla affair
  • US Aegis Ashore in Romania may soon be able to fire Tomahawk missiles – military analyst
  • SpaceX sues US Air Force for awarding lucrative contracts to 'paper rocket' builders like Bezos
  • Ireland launches privacy probe into Google for personal data hoarding & trading
  • Persian Gulf ‘under complete control’ of Iran, Revolutionary Guards commander claims
  • Where’s the other 110k? Pentagon mulls sending ‘up to 10,000’ troops amid Iran tensions – reports
  • UK told to give back Chagos Islands in overwhelming UN vote
  • US shutters large migrant facility in Texas amid flu outbreak
  • Wanted fugitive says he’ll surrender for 15,000 FB likes… and police agree to challenge
  • 'A disgrace to your federation': Kim Kardashian trolled by Arsenal fans over Mkhitaryan situation
  • Swapping punches for Playboy? Meet stunning Polish world boxing champion Ewa Brodnicka (PHOTOS)
  • ‘Creepy porn lawyer’ Avenatti charged with defrauding his client Stormy Daniels
  • Cheburashka Daenerys & Piglet Jon Snow: Game of Thrones characters reimagined as Russian CARTOONS
  • Epic cruise! Russian bus with people traverses overflown river to ‘Titanic’ soundtrack (VIDEO)
  • Theresa May’s House leader Leadsom resigns over ‘new’ Brexit plan
  • ‘Shutting down’ Huawei ‘10 times more important’ than trade deal with China – Bannon
  • Nigel Farage trapped on Brexit Bus by milkshake-wielding protesters - report
  • Saudi Arabia, UAE to attend US-led West Bank & Gaza investment meeting despite Palestinians’ boycott
  • NFL star Aaron Rodgers unleashes SPOILER-FILLED rant at his disappointment in Game of Thrones finale
  • ‘How can you harass code?’ UN report calling ‘feminine’ Alexa & Siri SEXIST prompts ridicule online
  • ‘I’d be brilliant’: Piers Morgan wants to take over from ‘absolutely embarrassing’ Theresa May
  • ‘I don’t do coverups’: Trump fires back at Pelosi after walking out of WH meeting
  • D’oh! Pro-EU party Change UK spend over £1000 on ads saying it’s campaigning to ‘remain in the UK’
  • Bulgaria, Greece start construction of gas pipeline from Azerbaijan
  • Nike ditches shoe design after being accused of appropriation by Panama's indigenous Guna
  • Is Soros-linked Avaaz group a credible source on fake news? Mainstream media seems to think so
  • Trump is ‘engaged in a coverup,’ says Nancy Pelosi
  • ‘Nobody innocent hangs themself’: US figure skater accuses deceased partner of sexual abuse
  • Iker Casillas’ wife diagnosed with ovarian cancer weeks after Spanish legend’s heart attack
  • Austria crisis: Will the right-wing and the socialists take down Sebastian Kurz?
  • S. African lawmakers elect Ramaphosa as state president in 1st parliament sitting
  • Auto industry will never let Tesla drive at high speed, analyst tells RT’s Boom Bust
  • Russia v USA: Ice hockey powerhouses in fierce battle for semifinal spot
  • 'He's a p*ssy!' Russian slapping champion 'Dumpling' as YouTuber Logan Paul backs out of duel
  • ‘Goopfellas’: Gwyneth Paltrow’s science-challenged wellness brand wants to rope in gullible men
  • ‘Upset’ Duterte orders Canadian trash to be returned or DUMPED in territorial waters
  • US, Britain urge swift Sudan accord to install civil rule
  • Swedes up in arms as govt mulls potential ban on ancient ‘Nazi’ runes
  • Change of thrones: Ukraine’s Zelensky laments Poroshenko’s ‘uncomfy’ chair, eyes ‘open space’ office
  • China's other nuclear option in trade war with US – Rare earth materials
  • Taiwan Navy holds live-firing maneuvers amid China tensions
  • ‘It was like a Christmas present’: Conor McGregor details UFC 229 brawl with Team Nurmagomedov
  • Sharing personal data with aliens? NASA collects people’s names for 2020 Mars rover launch
  • Sri Lanka’s president extends emergency for month
  • Sex between Earthlings and future Martians would be fatal – evolutionary biologist
  • Time’s up: Corbyn urges May to call a general election to ‘break Brexit deadlock’
  • No-gan Paul! YouTuber pulls OUT of slap duel with Russian champion over 'serious injury' fears
  • WATCH Special Forces storm terrorists’ hideout in central Russia
  • Right-wing Finnish youth group causes uproar over ‘racist’ tweet against non-whites
  • Missiles fired at Russian Khmeimim airbase in Syria amid massive militant offensive – MoD
  • End of days for Theresa May? New Brexit deal torn to shreds by Tories & UK media
  • Libya’s Haftar visits Paris to meet Macron amid Tripoli offensive
  • Mass exodus of US firms from China amid trade war won’t mean they’ll be coming home, survey shows
  • Deposed Istanbul mayor Imamoglu blasts ‘lies’ used to annul election
  • Monsanto abused dominant position in India, overcharging farmers for GMO seed – probe
  • ‘It hurts to be alive’: BBC unveils unbearably cringey ‘Tonight With Vladimir Putin’ chat show
  • Instant karma: Amateur league hockey player jumps on opponents, gets KNOCKED OUT COLD (VIDEO)
  • Russians reported injured after tourist bus flips over in Italy
  • Turkey braces for potential US sanctions over S-400 purchase as troops begin training in Russia
  • ‘Stupid economics’: Attack on Huawei tells world to avoid doing business with US - Prof. Wolff
  • ‘Our eyes in the sky’: India launches all-weather satellite to control borders
  • US ultimatum to Turkey over S400-deal ‘unacceptable’ – Kremlin
  • Washington becomes 1st US state to legalize human composting
  • 6 dead, 200 injured as Indonesia gripped by post-election riots (VIDEOS, PHOTOS)
  • RT YELLOW VEST COVERAGE IN THE FINALS OF THE MONTE-CARLO TV FESTIVAL
  • UK must not ‘export its political crisis’ to EU, French politician warns
  • Almost two-thirds of Americans oppose pre-emptive US strike on Iran, fresh poll finds
  • India’s economy will ‘come back with a bang,’ country’s ‘Warren Buffett’ says
  • Turkey won’t withdraw observation post in Idlib, Syria ‘after govt attacks’ – minister
  • Duterte allies win both houses of Philippines legislature in midterm polls
  • 'Fool of low IQ': North Korea roasts Biden after presidential hopeful attacks Kim Jong-un
  • Top Chinese CCTV manufacturers Hikvision & Dahua named as next US blacklist targets – reports
  • Frustrated Democrats plan ‘emergency’ impeachment meeting after McGahn subpoena snub
  • 'I don't want it': Mumbai police recruits Jon Snow for anti-drugs meme
  • Trudeau warns China against 'arbitrary detention' as Canada works to ship Huawei CFO to US
  • UN disarmament chief says risks of nuclear-weapons use higher than ever since WWII
  • Russian anti-gay orthodox tycoon boiled in giant pot, shares VIDEO
  • US housing secretary confuses industry term with… cookie
  • Seizure of Caracas' oil assets by US endangers lives of sick Venezuelan kids treated abroad – FM
  • Immunity bill submitted to Knesset with Netanyahu indictment pending
  • Bayer, Dow, L’Oreal using potentially harmful chemicals illegally – investigation
  • US 'sees signs' Damascus 'may' have used chlorine in Idlib, threatens ‘quick & appropriate’ response
  • Piers Morgan calls Game of Thrones ‘over-hyped garbage,’ Irvine Welsh calls him a ‘dozy wanker’
  • ‘Where are the headlines?’ Roger Waters points to Syria gas attack ‘stench’ in wake of leaked report
  • US sanctions won’t interfere with Moscow’s international dealings – Foreign Ministry
  • Pull Danish troops back home to man WALL on German border, anti-Islam right-wing party leader says
  • Theresa May offers vote on second referendum if MPs back ‘new’ Brexit deal
  • Democrats call for Trump impeachment as former White House counsel skips hearing
  • Let me borrow your ride: US gets UK carrier, while her captain gets the boot
  • Dil-don't do that: Vibrator awarded as prize in Spanish squash competition causes uproar
  • Pentagon chief claims US steps ‘put on hold’ Iran’s plans for ‘attacks against Americans’

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  • Senior German diplomat in Tehran for nuclear deal talks
  • Senior German diplomat in Tehran for nuclear deal talks
  • A senior German diplomat is in Tehran to press Iran to continue to respect the landmark nuclear deal, despite the unilateral withdrawal of the U.S. and increasing pressure from Washington.
  • Hundreds protest to oppose special needs support cuts
  • Hundreds protest to oppose special needs support cuts
  • Hundreds of Lebanese people with special needs and employees at NGOs assisting people with disabilities Thursday staged protests throughout the country to demand the payment of funding to the organizations that support them.
  • Pakistan says it has test-fired nuclear-capable missile
  • Pakistan says it has test-fired nuclear-capable missile
  • Pakistan's military says it has successfully test-fired a long-range ballistic missile capable of carrying a nuclear warhead.
  • European stocks sink at open as EU voting begins
  • European stocks sink at open as EU voting begins
  • Europe's major stock markets fell in initial trading Thursday after losses elsewhere, as voting kicked off in European Parliament elections.
  • Lebanese woman completes 7 summits challenge
  • Lebanese woman completes 7 summits challenge
  • Thirty-four year-old Joyce Azzam Thursday became the first Lebanese woman to climb the highest mountain on each of the seven continents, after reaching the top of the world's tallest, Mount Everest.
  • British PM May expected to announce on Friday that she will quit - The Times
  • British PM expected to announce Friday that she will quit: The Times
  • British Prime Minister Theresa May is expected Friday to announce her departure from office, The Times reported, without citing a source.
  • Israel cuts Gaza fishing limit
  • Israel cuts Gaza fishing limit
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  • Graas ao Facebook, sua operadora de celular te vigia agora mais perto do que nunca
  • The Right Opens Up a New Front in the Census War: Criminal Records
  • Rep. Josh Gottheimer Is a Really, Really Terrible Boss, Former Staffers Say
  • The House Has Found Bipartisan Agreement on Reform to Retirement Accounts. Be Afraid.
  • Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez Backs Tiffany Cabn in Pivotal Queens DA Race
  • To Help Pay Off Bondholders, Solar Panel Owners Will Be Hit Hard in Puerto Rico
  • Authoritarians Like Us: Trump Targets Iran as Brazil’s Bolsonaro Rewards Prosecutor Who Jailed Lula
  • In a World of Legal Weed, Michael Thompson Languishes in Prison for Selling It in 1994
  • Watch: Interview With Brazil’s Ex-President Lula From Prison, Discussing Global Threats, Neoliberalism, Bolsonaro, and More
  • Glenn Greenwald entrevista Lula: ‘Bolsonaro é a velha política, eu sou a nova’
  • Thousands of Immigrants Suffer in Solitary Confinement in ICE Detention
  • A Homeland Security Whistleblower Goes Public About ICE Abuse of Solitary Confinement
  • The Rise of “Game of Thrones” Was Part of the Fall of America
  • Thanks to Facebook, Your Cellphone Company Is Watching You More Closely Than Ever
  • Republican Justin Amash Gets What Top Democrats Don’t — It’s Time to Impeach Trump
  • The Definitive Guide for Cable Hosts, Bookers, and Editors to the Fraud and Failure that was Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel
  • Prioridades de Bolsonaro no vo tirar o Brasil da crise econmica
  • Carla Zambelli e sua turma de monarquistas se aliaram a Bolsonaro para revogar avanos do sculo 20
  • A Vigilante Militia Defends an Imaginary Border
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  • Fugitive Says He’ll Surrender If People Like Wanted Poster
  • Mnuchin Says Tubman $20 Bill Design Delayed Past 2020
  • Did a ‘Mob of Somali Teens’ Attack Minneapolis Commuters with Hammers in Racially Motivated Assault?
  • Did Judges Agree AG Barr Has ‘Enough to Indict Clinton and Obama’?
  • Michael Avenatti Charged with Defrauding Stormy Daniels
  • Is a U.S. Flag Improperly Displayed at a Quality Inn?
  • ‘American Taliban’ John Walker Lindh to Be Released
  • Mystery of Racist Photo in Governor’s Yearbook Left Unsolved
  • 3 Minutes: Trump Meeting with Dems Goes Bust in a Flash
  • Did Actor Drew Carey Appear on TV in a MAGA Hat?
  • The New Yorker May 27, 2019 Issue
  • Joe Beef and the Excesses of Restaurant Culture
  • David Milch’s Third Act
  • Losing Religion and Finding Ecstasy in Houston
  • The Undercover Fascist
  • The Troubled History of Psychiatry
  • The Shed Attempts to Inject Culture Into Hudson Yards
  • The Whitney Biennial in an Age of Anxiety
  • Briefly Noted Book Reviews
  • Rammstein’s Heavy and Cathartic Camp
  • Emotional Malnourishment in “Curse of the Starving Class”
  • “Booksmart” and “The Souvenir,” Reviewed
  • Is Mac DeMarco Growing Up?
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