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  • Anthem Thinks its ‘Virtuous Cycle’ With Doc.Ai Can Improve Patient Care
  • Thirty Years of Unique Data Reveal What's Really Killing Coral Reefs
  • Musk's Newest Startup is Venturing into a Series of Hard Problems
  • Google Nuked Tech Support Ads to Kill off Scammers. OK. It Also Blew Away Legit Repair Shops. Not OK
  • Ramanujan Machine Automatically Generates Conjectures for Fundamental Constants
  • Oracle Researchers Working on Linux Protection Against Hyper-Threading Attacks
  • Peddlers of Medical Misinformation Are Using Social Media 'Censorship' as a Selling Point
  • Pentagon Accused of Creating Lyme Disease Epidemic
  • History and Current State of TLS 1.3
  • Daily Stormer Publisher Should Pay Woman More Than $14 Million, Judge Recommends
  • Windows 10, Three Years Later: Why This is as Good as It Gets
  • Aerogel Insulation Could Assist Mars Colonization
  • New Face of the Bank of England's 50 Note is Revealed as Alan Turing
  • Measles is Killing More People in the DRC than Ebola-and Faster
  • T-Mobile Quietly Reported a Sharp Rise in Police Demands for Cell Tower Data
  • Microsoft Office 365 Banned in German Schools after Privacy Violations
  • The Way a Single Neuron Processes Information is Never the Same
  • Protesters Block Road in Attempt to Halt Thirty Meter Telescope Construction
  • Ebola Outbreak: First Case Discovered in DRC's Goma City, Home to 2 Million People
  • SpaceX and NASA Investigation Identifies Cause of Crew Dragon Explosion
  • NASA's Original Apollo 11 Moon Landing Footage is Up for Auction
  • New Election Systems Use Vulnerable Software
  • Visa's Vision for the Future of Payments is Password-Free
  • Congress Mobilizes on Cyber Threats to Electric Grid
  • French Inventor Sails on his Flyboard Above Champs-Elysees During Bastille Parade
  • Stanford Study Suggests Dark Matter is Lighter and More Elusive than Previously Thought
  • `Agent Smith' Infects 25 Million Android Devices Globally; Makes WhatsApp, Opera and SwiftKey Clones
  • Oculus Co-Founder Says there is No Market for VR Gaming
  • Astronomers Think They’ve Spotted a Moon Forming Around an Exoplanet
  • European Satellite-Navigation System Galileo Experiences Outage
  • Mini-Model of Stonehenge Reveals How Voices Would Have Carried in Original Ancient Monument
  • Novel Nanoparticles Deliver CRISPR Gene Editing Tools Into the Cell With Much Higher Efficiency
  • The FBI Plans More Social Media Surveillance
  • QNAPCrypt Malware Targets NAS Servers
  • 101 Million Evite Accounts Breached
  • Scientists Use Bacteria to Produce Graphene
  • Facebook VP: AI Has a Compute Dependency Problem
  • Top Assange Defense Account Suspended By Twitter
  • Maintaining Large-scale Satellite Constellations Using Logistics Approach
  • Identifying Perceived Emotions From People's Walking Style
  • The Sinkhole That Saved the Internet
  • How a Tax Loophole Is Helping Silicon Valley Workers Save Millions
  • NASA Funds Demo of In-Space 3d-Printed Spacecraft Parts Manufacture and Assembly
  • Charter Gets Final Approval to Stay in NY Despite Breaking Merger Promise
  • AMD Releases BIOS Fix to Motherboard Partners for Booting Newer Linux Distributions
  • Think Tank: Streaming Video Has Massive Carbon Footprint, Needs Regulation
  • Russia Launches Successor to Spektr-R Space Telescope: Spektr-RG
  • The Black Hole Engulfing the World's Bond Markets
  • Spooky Photograph - Bell Quantum Entanglement Image Captured
  • How U.S. Tech Giants are Helping to Build China's Surveillance State
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  • Pearson Ditches Print Textbooks For College Students in Digital-First Strategy
  • Justice John Paul Stevens, Dead At 99, Promoted the Internet Revolution
  • Apollo 11 Had a Hidden Hero: Software
  • Elon Musk Unveils Neuralink's Plans For Brain-Reading 'Threads' and a Robot To Insert Them
  • US Heat Waves To Skyrocket As Globe Warms, Study Suggests
  • Scientists Close In On Blood Test For Alzheimer's
  • Nokia 2.2 Brings Back the Removable Battery
  • CES 2020 Will Allow Sex Toys But Crack Down On 'Sexually Revealing' Clothing
  • Apple Plans To Bankroll Original Podcasts To Fend Off Rivals
  • Glitch Causes Smart Meter Displays In England To Appear In Welsh Language
  • Cause of SpaceX Crew Dragon Explosion Revealed
  • FCC Gives ISPs Another $563 Million To Build Rural-Broadband Networks
  • Wall Street Finds Blockchain Hard To Tame After Early Euphoria
  • Western Tech Brands Are Recognized in China, But Their Products Are Rarely Used
  • Microsoft Word Hits 1 Billion Installs on Google Play
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  • First Ever Image of Quantum Entanglement
  • Pictures from Curiosity Show the Bottom of an Ancient Lake on Mars, the Perfect Place to Search for Evidence of Past Life
  • NASA is Building Robots That Can Climb Rock and Ice Cliffs
  • Hayabusa 2 is the First Spacecraft to Sample the Inside of an Asteroid
  • Our Guide to Tuesday Night’s Partial Lunar Eclipse
  • Messier 89 – the NGC 4552 Spiral Galaxy
  • There’s A Fire in Greenland… Again. It’s 10 Degrees Hotter Than Normal
  • Here’s a First. Astronomers See a Moon Forming Around a Baby Exoplanet
  • Carnival of Space #620
  • Hubble Spots “Impossible” Debris Disk Around a Black Hole
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  • Email scammers extract over $300m a month from American suits' pockets
  • Euro Commish probes Amazon's marketplace biz, worries Bezos' beast is sniffing 'competitively sensitive' seller data
  • Microsoft adds Internet Explorer mode to Chromium Edge, announces roadmap
  • Oh look. Vodafone has extended its ultrafast 5G network to deliver... Wi-Fi?
  • Boris Johnson's promise of full fibre in the UK by 2025 is pie in the sky
  • Google's Go team decides not to give it a try
  • Well I'm looking to AI to save me, looking 'cos it's my design: Could you make my drone learn to fly hybrid?
  • OK, it's fair to say UK's botched Emergency Services Network is an emergency now, right?
  • Turning it off and on again IN SPAAACE! ISS animal-tracker kit needs oldest trick in the book
  • Brit consumers still holding off on buying new PCs until that Brexit thing is over and done with
  • Share your story: Continuous Lifecycle 2020 call for papers is open NOW – what are you waiting for?
  • Bad news: Earth is not going to be walloped by asteroid 2006 QV89. Good news: Boffins have lost sight of it, so all hope is not yet lost
  • Chrome on, baby, don't fear The Reaper: Plugin sends CPU-hogging browser processes to hell where they belong
  • Experts: No need to worry about Europe's GPS satellites going dark for days. Also: What the hell is going on with those satellites?!
  • If malware wants to bury deep inside your Lenovo or Gigabyte servers, they can just ask Vertiv's insecure BMC firmware
  • It was totally Samsung's fault that crims stole your personal info from a Samsung site, says Samsung-blaming Sprint
  • Let's open the Mystery Data Security Blunder box, and see what's inside today... Ah! Hotel reservations and more
  • Google nuked tech support ads to kill off scammers. OK. It also blew away legit repair shops. Not OK at all
  • SpaceX reveals chain of events that caused the unplanned disassembly of Crew Dragon capsule
  • Awkward! Bernie tells Bezos-sponsored event he'd break up Amazon and other tech titans
  • No support for CloudEvents standard as AWS does its own thing with EventBridge
  • It just wasn't meant toupee: Bloke nicked at Barcelona Airport with €30k of blow under wig
  • An email arrives. It's from the boss. Subject: Hybrid Cloud. You gulp. You get the cloud – but what's this 'hybrid' bit?
  • Maybe double-check that HMRC email? UK taxman remains a fave among the phisherfolk
  • 'I AM NOT PUTTING UP WITH THIS SH*T' Mike Lynch raged at salesmen
  • 50 years ago today Apollo 11 slipped the surly bonds of Earth to put peeps on the Moon
  • Ex-Which? bod's 3bn Safari sueball has second shot at Google over UK data laws
  • Dear chip designers: It will no longer cost you an Arm and a leg to use these CPU cores (well, not at first, anyway...)
  • IBM drags Websphere devs towards Kubernetes with Kabanero package
  • Patch now before you get your NAS kicked: Iomega storage boxes leave millions of files open to the internet
  • Bulb smart meters in England wake up from comas miraculously speaking fluent Welsh
  • Office 365 verboten in Hessen schools: German state bans cloudy Microsoft suite on privacy grounds
  • Alexa! When will Windows 10 19H2 ship? New version promises more toys for assistants
  • All change at NASA while Proton launches and India's Moon dream suffers a snag
  • Amadeus! Amadeus! Pwn me Amadeus! Airline check-in bug may have exposed all y'all boarding passes to spies
  • Facebook chucks 1.5 hours' profit at Citizens Advice anti-scam charity to defuse consumer champ's defamation suit
  • In the US? Using Medicaid? There's a good chance DXC is about to boot your data into the AWS cloud
  • The Pi who loved me: Licensed to SSL
  • Amazon's bugging of homes has German boffins worried that Alexa may be an outlaw
  • A Facebook AI research chief and a machine-learning guru walk into MCubed in London...
  • AI solves Rubik's Cube in 1.2 seconds (that's three times slower than a non-AI algorithm)
  • Humans may be able to live on Mars within halls of aerogel – a wonder material that can trap heat and block radiation
  • What Huawei to go: Hundreds of Chinese tech giant's US workers to get pink slips – report
  • You can't say Go without Google – specifically, our little logo, Chocolate Factory insists
  • Facebook's Libra is a terrorist's best friend, thunders US Treasury: Crypto-coins dubbed 'national security risk'
  • DDoS attack? Mad dash to file forms? No, errant network switch crashed Australian tax service
  • Symantec share price nose dives after rumored Broadcom biz gobble taken off the menu
  • UK's Goonhilly Satellite Earth Station takes an eye off the sky to strike out into data centre biz
  • Scientist, war hero and gay icon Alan Turing is new face of the 50 note
  • Yes, I've been swotting up on court evidence in advance, says Autonomy founder Mike Lynch

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  • Security updates for Tuesday
  • LXD 3.15 released
  • [$] Who's afraid of a big bad optimizing compiler?
  • Security updates for Monday
  • Three new stable kernels
  • [$] 5.3 Merge window, part 1
  • What is Silverblue? (Fedora Magazine)
  • Security updates for Friday
  • [$] Bcachefs gets closer
  • Conway: Infinite work is less work
  • Security updates for Thursday
  • [$] LWN.net Weekly Edition for July 11, 2019
  • [$] The third Operating-System-Directed Power-Management summit
  • A set of stable kernels
  • Security updates for Wednesday
  • 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
  • The Design Behind EFF's New Membership Shirt
  • Hearing Thursday: EFF, ACLU Will Ask Court to Rule In Favor of Travelers Suing DHS Over Unconstitutional, Warrantless Searches of Cellphones, Laptops
  • EFF Sues AT&T, Data Aggregators For Giving Bounty Hunters and Other Third Parties Access to Customers’ Real-Time Locations
  • Knowing the “Value” of Our Data Won’t Fix Our Privacy Problems
  • President Trump Loses — Government Can't Block Critics on Social Media
  • Adjusting the Scope of our Security Vulnerability Disclosure Program
  • Interoperability: Fix the Internet, Not the Tech Companies
  • Life-Altering Copyright Lawsuits Could Come to Regular Internet Users Under a New Law Moving in the Senate
  • California’s Senate Judiciary Committee Blocks Efforts to Weaken California’s Privacy Law
  • Don’t Be Scared: European and Chinese Software Patents Won't Hurt U.S. Businesses
  • Could Regulatory Backlash Entrench Facebook’s New Cryptocurrency Libra?
  • A Better Digital Future Is Possible
  • The Privacy and Civil Liberties Oversight Board Signals It Will investigate NSA Surveillance, Facial Recognition, and Terror Watchlists
  • Media Briefing Monday: EFF and Partners Will Discuss California Bills Aimed at Weakening State’s Consumer Privacy Law
  • Victory: Somerville, Massachusetts Stands Up to Stop Face Surveillance
  • EFF and OTI Respond to the UK Government’s Online Harms White Paper
  • Cheers to the Winners of EFF's 12th Annual Cyberlaw Trivia Night
  • Announcing “Gotta Catch 'Em All: Understanding How IMSI-Catchers Exploit Cell Networks”
  • First Amendment Case Against Restrictive Copyright Law Can Proceed, Says Judge
  • Felony Contempt of Business Model: Lexmark's Anti-Competitive Legacy
  • A Major Police Body Camera Maker Hits Pause on Face Surveillance
  • Again!? The NSA’s Phone Records Program Still Can’t Stay Within the Law
  • California: Stop Face Surveillance on Police Body-Worn Cameras
  • Victory: California Orders State Audit of Automated License Plate Readers
  • The History of Cellular Network Security Doesn’t Bode Well for 5G
  • During Pride Month and Always, Companies Must Consider the Impact of Their Policies on LGBTQ+ Users
  • EFF to the California DOJ: Enforce the Prohibition on Assisting Immigration Enforcement
  • Congress Should Not Rush to Regulate Deepfakes
  • The FCC Is Siding With Landlords and Comcast Over Tenants Who Want Broadband Choices
  • Hearing Wednesday: California Should Audit Use of License Plate Data
  • California’s ISP Deregulation Law Allows Recording VoIP Calls without Consent
  • Sen. Hawley’s “Bias” Bill Would Let the Government Decide Who Speaks
  • Massachusetts Can Become a National Leader to Stop Face Surveillance
  • The Lofgren-Amash Amendment Would Check Warrantless Surveillance
  • Certbot's Website Gets a Refresh
  • EFF's Recommendations for Consumer Data Privacy Laws
  • Congress Should Pass the Protecting Data at the Border Act
  • Details of Justice Department Efforts To Break Encryption of Facebook Messenger Must Be Made Public, EFF Tells Court
  • Experts Warn Congress: Proposed Changes to Patent Law Would Thwart Innovation
  • Social Media Platforms Increase Transparency About Content Removal Requests, But Many Keep Users in the Dark When Their Speech Is Censored, EFF Report Shows
  • EFF to U.N.: Ola Bini's Case Highlights The Dangers of Vague Cybercrime Law
  • How LBS Innovations Keeps Trying to Monopolize Online Maps
  • EFF’s Newest Advisory Board Member: Michael R. Nelson
  • California: No Face Recognition on Body-Worn Cameras
  • Five California Cities Are Trying to Kill an Important Location Privacy Bill
  • EFF and Open Rights Group Defend the Right to Publish Open Source Software to the UK Government
  • Hearing Tuesday: EFF Will Voice Support For California Bill Reining In Law Enforcement Use of Facial Recognition
  • Adversarial Interoperability: Reviving an Elegant Weapon From a More Civilized Age to Slay Today's Monopolies
  • Same Problem, Different Day: Government Accountability Office Updates Its Review of FBI’s Use of Face Recognition—and It’s Still Terrible
  • 30 Years Since Tiananmen Square: The State of Chinese Censorship and Digital Surveillance
  • RT - Daily news

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  • SpaceX’s ‘Starhopper’ test craft bursts into flames on launch pad (VIDEO)
  • More US allies defying Trump & moving forward with Huawei’s 5G network – Boom Bust
  • Venezuela may switch from SWIFT to Russian payment system to skirt US sanctions – report
  • Russia, US begin Geneva consultations on strategic stability
  • Mesut Ozil or Megan Rapinoe? Arsenal ace mercilessly mocked for new hairstyle after losing bet
  • Tories stay ‘silent’ on Bojo’s racist columns & May’s ‘go home vans’ – SNP’s Ian Blackford (VIDEO)
  • ‘Give Bradley Cooper back’: Russians target Lady Gaga’s Instagram account
  • Shamborghinis & Fauxrarris: Brazilian police shut down fake luxury car factory
  • Three people, incl Turkish Deputy Consul-General, killed in Erbil shooting – local media
  • NATO-linked pundits say Russia is set for 'regional war' in Europe, but do the facts back it up?
  • ‘4 horsewomen of the apocalypse’: Trump renews attack on ‘Dem Squad’
  • EU launches antitrust probe into Amazon’s use of merchant data
  • Hundreds of child slavery victims refused right to remain in UK – report
  • 'Agent Ronaldo': Juve fans praise Cristiano for his part in deal for teenage sensation De Ligt
  • ‘Monkey controlled computer with his brain’: Musk reveals brain-reading Neuralink implant
  • Crude oil prices plunge as conflict between US and Iran cools
  • Russian court prolongs detention of 6 of the 24 Ukrainian sailors from Kerch Strait incident
  • Iran says US ending arms sales to Middle East would open ‘hypothetical’ path towards missile talks
  • ‘Robbing women of opportunities’: Fury after transgender NZ weightlifter wins double gold
  • World Trade Organization allows China to sanction US over Obama-era tariffs
  • Russia solving America's debt problem... by dumping US Treasury securities
  • VIDEO emerges showing Hong Kong protesters brutally beating police officer
  • Yemen’s Houthis say they launched drone attack on Jizan airport in SW Saudi Arabia
  • ‘Bad taste’: Gun megastore to open in New Zealand’s Christchurch despite public backlash
  • Leader of Merkel’s party takes over Germany’s Defense Ministry
  • US to divert funds from ‘poor Central American children’ to pay Guaido salaries, propaganda – report
  • Sudan’s military council signs political accord with opposition groups
  • Mumbai 26/11 attack mastermind Hafiz Saeed arrested in Pakistan
  • Amazed? Enraged? Man keeps his TONGUE OUT & steals show as Pelosi speaks on Trump’s tweets (VIDEO)
  • CNN embraces white nationalist Richard Spencer in shared Trump-hate
  • Election-meddling & 'good censorship': Google ‘pushes the boundaries till its hand gets slapped’
  • Trump would have to go back 'to hell' if he followed his own advice, Philly mayor says
  • Draft NATO-affiliated report reveals number & location of US nukes in Europe
  • Issuing Russian passports to eastern Ukrainian residents purely humanitarian act – Lavrov
  • ‘C’mon Donald!’ Joe Biden challenges Trump to PUSH UP competition
  • Quadcopter + fireworks = DIY drone strike? (viral VIDEO)
  • Russia-US relations won't get better soon, not with 2020 in the offing – Lavrov
  • US State Dept hits Myanmar military officials with sanctions, travel restrictions
  • 'We want to just FIGHT!' House protocol drama almost drowns out 'Trump's racist tweets' resolution
  • Twitter CEO maxes out donations to Tulsi Gabbard... conspiracy machine kicks into overdrive
  • German mayor hospitalized after assault: Should local politicians be afraid?
  • Iceland needs condoms in SCHOOLS: Doctor raises alarm on syphilis & chlamydia outbreak
  • Bikini Atoll has 1,000x radiation of Chernobyl decades after nuclear testing – study
  • Senators demand Congressional approval for ANY plan to loosen Huawei sanctions
  • 'Deligted!': Dutch wonderkid De Ligt jets in to Turin to finalize €75mn Juve deal (VIDEO)
  • ‘Not a racist bone in my body’: Trump rejects claims of bigotry over ‘go back’ tweet
  • Tehran: Oil tanker broke down in Persian Gulf, towed by Iran forces for repairs
  • 'Clever pooch': Mongrel unties & kidnaps pedigree dog left outside shop (VIDEO)
  • Lobsters & wine? French environment minister steps down over embarrassing report on ‘lavish feasts’
  • Iran denies Pompeo claim that it is ready to negotiate ballistic missile program
  • Germany's Von der Leyen confirmed as next EU Commission president
  • US will not sell F-35 fighter jets to Turkey after its Russian missile defense purchase – Trump
  • NYPD cop who used chokehold on Eric Garner ‘won’t be charged’ as case times out
  • Jorge Masvidal 'will only accept fights with Conor McGregor or welterweight champ Usman'
  • Hit where it hurts: Chief investigator pushes for confiscation of property from corrupt officials
  • WATCH: UFC lightweight king Khabib submits heavyweight champ Cormier in training
  • Instagram slammed for allowing photos of slain teen’s corpse to remain online for an entire day
  • No-deal Brexit now ‘more likely than it had been’ – Irish finance minister
  • South African sportscaster 'deeply sorry' after posting image of slain colleague Batchelor
  • Armed police acted ‘lawfully’ in shooting London Bridge terrorists dead
  • Salvini says he flagged ‘Ukrainian group’s death threat,’ leading to neo-Nazi missile bust
  • Palestinians warn diplomats over Israeli demolition plans in Jerusalem area
  • Trump promises to probe China’s alleged ‘infiltration’ of Google
  • Italy police ALTER news on neo-Nazi missile for Ukraine after MSM misreport busted cell as pro-rebel
  • Thailand’s elected cabinet sworn in after 5 years of military rule
  • Mystery in the Persian Gulf: Vanishing oil tanker near Iran fuels speculation
  • Viral disgust as man caught using BARE FEET on plane entertainment console (VIDEO)
  • Tiger escapes from convertible to scare motorists in central Russia (VIDEO)
  • JP Morgan cargo ship released, minus the $1.3 billion worth of cocaine found onboard
  • Germany’s population reaches record high of 83mn people ‘due to migration from E. Europe’
  • UFC’s ‘King of Cringe’ Henry Cejudo demands Urijah Faber ‘bend the knee’ before any match-up
  • French Environment Minister De Rugy quits after spending reports
  • Moscow police fires 4 officers involved in drug arrest of journalist Golunov
  • Massive cocaine haul worth over $100 million found concealed in EXCAVATOR
  • Zidane tragedy: Real Madrid boss returns to Canada training base following brother's death
  • ‘Updated communism & Napoleon’: Farage savages EU Commission head nominee & Macron (VIDEO)
  • Beijing says Iran nuclear deal is ‘irreplaceable’
  • Congress investigating possible secret ‘bioweaponization’ of insects by the Pentagon
  • ‘Biased and partisan’ EU sanctions won’t affect our drilling off Cyprus – Turkey’s foreign ministry
  • China welcomes US-Russia talks on arms control but sees no reason to participate in negotiations
  • WATCH: Russia’s synchronized swimmers produce mesmerizing routine to win World Championship gold
  • Why did Huawei become ‘the whipping boy’ in US-China trade war? RT’s Boom Bust explains
  • Pakistan hopes to ‘refresh’ US ties with PM Khan’s visit to Washington
  • China’s new Silk Road trade expands to over $600 billion in first half of 2019
  • Corbyn slams Trump’s ‘go back’ tweet as ‘racist,’ accuses BoJo & Hunt of pandering to US president
  • Cricket fans rib PM Theresa May’s ‘flirting’ as she hosts England’s World Cup winners
  • Gunned down: Ex-footballer & former Oscar Pistorius foe shot dead in South Africa
  • Duterte outlaws misogynistic behavior, despite long history of public rape jokes
  • House Dems slap Trump with resolution condemning ‘go back’ tweets against congresswomen of color
  • Moscow calls on Council of Europe to react to Ukraine’s new language law
  • India to push Japan out of world’s top 3 economies by 2025
  • Pyongyang warns nuclear talks at risk if S. Korea-US war games go ahead
  • US judge slashes Monsanto cancer victim’s payout by $55 million
  • That’s a match! 3D artist unveils picture-perfect video of Trump & Putin merged into ONE MAN
  • Have ‘Russian bots’ tricked Americans into thinking their country has problems? RT investigates
  • EU Commission candidate von der Leyen ready for further Brexit extension
  • ‘Fight discrimination but don’t infringe on parents’ beliefs,’ anti-LGBT lessons protester tells RT
  • ‘Build your own establishment’: How ‘blacklisted’ ballet star Sergei Polunin handles his critics
  • 3 dead, dozens trapped as four-storey Mumbai building collapses
  • Pakistan & India lift all restrictions on civil flights 5 months after Kashmir standoff

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  • Mexico's El Chapo sentenced to life in prison
  • Mexico's El Chapo sentenced to life in prison
  • The notorious Mexican drug kingpin Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman has been sentenced to life behind bars in a U.S. prison.
  • Pakistan must review death sentence for Indian alleged spy: world court
  • Pakistan must review death sentence for Indian alleged spy: world court
  • The International Court of Justice ordered Pakistan Wednesday to review the death sentence for an alleged Indian spy, ruling Islamabad had violated New Delhi's rights to consular visits after his arrest.
  • Man found guilty over car attack outside UK Parliament
  • Man found guilty over car attack outside UK Parliament
  • A London jury Wednesday convicted a man of attempted murder after he tried to mow down cyclists, pedestrians and police with his car outside the British Parliament last year, in an attack prosecutors said had a terrorist motive.
  • Jreissati, north Lebanon officials agree on emergency waste plan
  • Jreissati, north Lebanon officials agree on emergency waste plan
  • Environment Minister Fadi Jreissati and north Lebanon officials agreed Wednesday on an emergency plan to deal with solid waste, after the closure of a dumpsite in April sent trash pouring into streets and informal dumps.
  • Health, Interior ministries launch first response training program
  • Health, Interior ministries launch first response training program
  • The Health and Interior ministries Wednesday launched a training program to prevent bloodshed on Lebanon’s roads, which saw 195 deaths and more than 2000 injuries in the first five months of 2019.
  • Migrant found dead as nearly 300 rescued in Mediterranean
  • Migrant found dead as nearly 300 rescued in Mediterranean
  • Nearly 300 migrants from sub-Saharan Africa were rescued at sea overnight between Spain and Morocco, while a woman was found dead on one of the four boats, Spain's maritime rescue service said Wednesday.
  • Turkish diplomat among 3 shot dead in Iraq's Irbil: police
  • Turkish diplomat among 3 shot dead in Iraq's Irbil: police
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  • Nesting Penguins Can’t Resist Lure of Sushi Shop
  • City Hopes ‘Baby Shark’ Song Will Drive Homeless from Park
  • Nuclear Commission Considers Fewer Inspections
  • House Vote Condemning Trump’s Tweets Draws Some GOP Support
  • Former Supreme Court Justice John Paul Stevens Dies at 99
  • Was the Judge in Jeffrey Epstein’s Child-Sex Case Found Dead?
  • Has U.S. Rep. Ilhan Omar Been a U.S. Citizen for Longer Than First Lady Melania Trump?
  • Comic-Con at 50: Bigger Than Ever, But at What Cost?
  • Is This an ‘Elderly Homeless Couple’ in California?
  • Is This ‘Tea Cup Sallie’ and Her Prostitution License?
  • The New Yorker July 22, 2019
  • A Millennial Countertenor’s Pop-Star Appeal
  • The Promise and Price of Cellular Therapies
  • Kamala Harris Makes Her Case
  • Kicked Off the Land
  • Briefly Noted Book Reviews
  • Harald Szeemann’s Revolutionary Curating
  • The Art of Aphorism
  • How Picasso’s Muse Became a Master 
  • “The Farewell” and “The Art of Self-Defense,” Reviewed
  • Dancing a Memoir at Alvin Ailey
  • What’s in a Woke McRib?
  • Marc Maron Chooses His Weapon
  • Stitch ’n’ Bitch for the Trump Era
  • The Battle for Health Care
  • This Password Is Invalid
  • Over the Moon
  • “She Said He Said,” by Hanif Kureishi
  • “Sentence,” by Tadeusz Dąbrowski
  • “These Are the Pearls,” by Myra Shapiro
  • A Brazilian Polymath’s Tropical Oasis at the New York Botanical Garden
  • Udon Takes On New Texture at Hanon
  • The Mail
  • Gifts to Commemorate Lesser-Known Milestones
  • Pico Iyer’s Japanese Love Story, from Spring to “Autumn Light”
  • What the Superhuman Controversy Reveals About the Shifting Ethics of Software
  • Finding Stillness in Minnesota’s Boundary Waters in the Age of Trump
  • The Humane Legacy of the Supreme Court Justice John Paul Stevens
  • The Challenge to Obamacare and a Legal Question: Does What Politicians Say Matter?
  • Protg Dept.
  • Trump, the Squad, and the “Standard Definition” of Racism
  • David Crosby Celebrates His Ornery Self in the Documentary “Remember My Name”
  • Some Questions You May Be Asked When Applying for Ginger Citizenship
  • Neil Armstrong, Over the Moon Among the Pandas
  • Daily Cartoon: Tuesday, July 16th
  • Writer’s Envy Applied to Other Professions
  • The Absolute Originality of Georges Perec

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