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Yankees make rotation swap as playoffs approach
Aaron Boone reiterated Wednesday the Yankees have yet to determine how they will use their rotation during the playoffs. But they swapped the scheduled days for J.A. Happ and Masahiro Tanaka’s outings, with Tanaka now going on Thursday and Happ slated to go on Friday. Boone said it was not an indication Happ had a...
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The U.N. Secretary-General Says He Has Taken a Forceful Stance on China’s Treatment of Muslims
Antonio Guterres strongly rejects claims by rights groups that he hasn't been forceful enough
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MIT president says the culture that allowed the school's mistakes around Jeffrey Epstein has prevailed 'too long'
MIT President L. Rafael Reif has vowed to "repair a system and a culture that failed the people" of the university, after reports revealed the school's involvement with Jeffrey Epstein.
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The jury's still out on Newsom as governor — but he did OK his first year
One question invariably asked over lunch around the state Capitol is: "How do you think Newsom is doing?"
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Reef protection laws pass despite industry attacks on their scientific basis
Queensland’s government will limit the agricultural pollution harming the Great Barrier ReefThe Queensland government has passed new regulations to limit agricultural pollution damaging the Great Barrier Reef in the face of a hostile campaign that has sought to discredit consensus science.On Tuesday the state made relatively minor commitments to agricultural groups, including an undertaking not to vary new limits for farm sediment and chemical runoff into reef catchments for at least five years. Continue reading...
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Volta Football is exactly what 'FIFA 20' needs
I still remember it like it was yesterday. Back in 2008, I would spend hours and hours playing FIFA Street 3 on the Xbox 360, mostly because I loved being on the sticks pretending to be Brazilian superstar Ronaldinho. His dribbling skills, flair and...
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What do I need to make YouTube videos?
Ed wonders if you need a computer to make YouTube videos, as he doesn’t own oneI’m a newbie. When people shoot YouTube videos, do they need a computer or laptop to do so? I don’t have either. EdPeople shoot videos with all kinds of equipment, from simple smartphones to professional movie cameras. Prices range from £50 to more than £40,000. As always, it depends on the job. Some people are taking selfies for Facebook while others are shooting blockbusters for cinemas. Continue reading...
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'It's one big earworm': readers' picks of the best albums this century
After we published our list of the greatest albums this century, we asked for your own suggestions – from dark R&B to revolutionary drum’n’bassRead what the Guardian’s music critics opted forAlexis Petridis on why our No 1 is our No 1‘The score to the best film noir never made’: dylan37 Continue reading...
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French fancy: Parisienne chic from the city of lights – in pictures
Tweed skirts and proper blouses. Take a tip from across the pond: a little bit je ne sais quoi will make you stand out from the crowd this autumnRead more from the spring/summer 2019 edition of The Fashion, our biannual fashion supplement Continue reading...
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There is no longer any justification for private schools in Britain | Frances Ryan
Labour is right to debate the future of these unjust institutions, which at last are no longer seen as untouchableA few years back, I finished a PhD on how to tackle Britain’s unequal life chances – which, among other measures, included abolishing private schools. Dusty academia seemed the home for this sort of proposal, one that has long filled endless papers but never quite makes it off the page and into reality.That is no longer the case. In a few days, the Labour party will debate the future of private schools. The grassroots group Labour Against Private Schools (Laps) will bring a motion to the annual party conference in Brighton calling for the full integration of state and private schools, including nationalising the endowments of the hugely wealthy public schools. It has support from six constituency parties so far and the backing of senior party figures. A leaked memo to the Telegraph last week noted that the party is already considering making a manifesto pledge to remove tax breaks from the sector – while leaving the door open to getting rid of the schools altogether. Continue reading...
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'My dear Prime Minister': Alan Jones's apology letter to Jacinda Ardern revealed
Exclusive: Radio host says he meant ‘no violence’ toward PM with his ‘shove a sock down throat’ comment and asks Ardern to a debate on climate change Australian broadcaster Alan Jones’s apology letter to the New Zealand prime minister, Jacinda Ardern, spells out he never intended “violence” towards her, and wished no harm on her and her family.It includes the broadcaster pitching for an interview with Ardern despite earlier saying he would “puke” if he saw her again on TV. Continue reading...
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Taliban truck bomb kills at least 20 in southern Afghanistan
A Taliban truck bomb killed at least 20 people and wounded 95 when it exploded near a hospital in southern Afghanistan on Thursday, a provincial official said, with casualties expected to rise as rescuers sift the rubble.
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A good first step for Yankees’ Giancarlo Stanton
As far as opportune timing goes, Giancarlo Stanton’s return to the Yankees’ lineup is right on schedule. Shortly after the Yankees reinstated the slugger from the 60-day injured list, Stanton hit fifth and started in left field during Wednesday night’s 3-2 loss to the Angels at Yankee Stadium. The 29-year-old outfielder didn’t miss a beat...
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Israel’s political future unclear in post-election deadlock
Israelis are coming to grips with an uncertain political future two days after an election that left the country’s two main political parties deadlocked and with no clear path to a coalition government
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UK Supreme Court to finish hearing case against PM Johnson
Britain's Supreme Court will hear a third and final day of legal arguments on Thursday over whether Prime Minister Boris Johnson acted unlawfully when he suspended parliament in the run-up to Brexit.
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Asian shares decline on guarded Fed, yen rises after BOJ holds fire
Asian shares extended declines on Thursday after the U.S. Federal Reserve signaled a higher bar to further easings, while the Bank of Japan also held off from offering more stimulus as some had hoped.
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France: 'not very credible' that Yemenis attacked Saudi oil plants
A claim from Yemen's Houthi rebels they were responsible for the attack on Saudi oil facilities is "not very credible," France's foreign minister said on Thursday.
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The Latest: Defiant Israel PM seeks to lead ruling coalition
Israel’s prime minister says he will seek to lead a ruling coalition with his religious and nationalist allies, despite falling short of a parliamentary majority in Tuesday’s elections
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Google Assistant now has its own phone number in India
Google is making its Assistant available to people in India via a phone call, so they don’t need a smart speaker or even a smartphone to access the service. The company announced at its Google for India annual event it has partnered with mobile carrier Vodafone-Idea to enable this feature. And as with Assistant on connected devices, it works with multiple languages. The company said it’s been testing the line in two cities: Lucknow in Kanpur. If you’re a Vodafone-India user in India, you can call 000-800-9191-000 to chat with Assistant in English or Hindi. Google said you can check scores, get traffic… This story continues at The Next WebOr just read more coverage about: Google
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Queens activist to challenge AOC in Democratic primary
A Democratic activist from Queens has announced she’ll challenge Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez in a primary for her congressional seat. Badrun Khan, who officially filed her candidacy in July, announced her campaign on Wednesday, according to The Hill. When asked about the new challenger, Ocasio-Cortez told the site,“I just focus on delivering for my district and...
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Bernie Sanders is still leading a revolution
Democratic Presidential candidate Bernie Sanders says he can lead a revolution. He also says that some of his ideas that seemed radical in 2016 have been adopted by other Democratic candidates. (Sept. 19)      
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The Madness of Crowds by Douglas Murray review – a rightwing diatribe
Do racism and sexism really exist, or are they just the creation of angry lefties? The bizarre fantasies of a rightwing provocateur, blind to oppressionBeing stuck in a culture war is a bit like being a driver stuck in a traffic jam. From within one’s own car, the absurdity and injustice of the situation is abundantly plain. Other drivers can be seen cutting in, changing lanes excessively, and getting worked up. Roadworks appear needlessly restrictive. Why are there so many cars on the road anyway? Horns begin to honk. There is one question that few drivers ever consider: what is my own contribution to this quagmire?Psychoanalysts refer to the process of “splitting”, where the self is unable to cope with its good and bad qualities simultaneously, and so “splits” the bad ones off and attributes them to other people. The result is an exaggerated sense of one’s own virtue and innocence, but an equally exaggerated sense of the selfishness and corruption of others. We are all guilty of this from time to time, rarely more so than on social media, where the world can appear perfectly split into goodies and baddies. Populism and culture warriors exploit this aspect of human psychology, reinforcing the comforting (but ultimately harmful) feeling that any conflict in the world is their fault not ours. Continue reading...
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Jacinda Ardern confuses Japan for China during Tokyo trip
New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern has just kicked off her first official trip to Japan as leader. Unfortunately for her, she appeared to confuse it for China on arrival.
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The timing couldn't be worse for Trudeau's brownface photo
For someone who was already fighting for his political future, the timing couldn't have been worse.
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Zinedine Zidane: PSG Better Than Real Madrid 'In Every Department' in UCL Clash
Real Madrid manager Zinedine Zidane has said his team came up short against Paris Saint-Germain "in every department" during their UEFA Champions League clash on Wednesday...
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A teen's mother alerted authorities after she found plans in his journal detailing a school attack
Washington police have arrested a high school student in a plot against his school after his mother found journal entries detailing his plans and alerted authorities.
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Google Lens now translates text around you in Indic languages
At its annual Google for India event in New Delhi today, the company today announced it’s adding support for Indic language translation through Google Lens. You can scan a sign through Google Lens and it’ll show you translated text in Hindi, Tamil, Marathi, or Telugu. With this feature, you can also listen to the translated text. Plus, you can also tap on any of the translated words to trigger a Google search. Developing…Or just read more coverage about: Google
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Uli Hoeness Slams Marc-Andre ter Stegen, DFB, Media over Manuel Neuer Treatment
Bayern Munich president Uli Hoeness has criticised Barcelona's Marc-Andre ter Stegen, the German football association (DFB) and sections of the media over their treatment of Manuel Neuer ...
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Trump threatens EPA action against San Francisco over homeless crisis
President Trump said Wednesday night that the EPA will be issuing a “notice” to San Francisco over environmental issues caused by the city’s homeless population. “We can’t have our cities going to hell,” Trump said. “These are great cities. And we can’t lose our great cities like this.” Trump made the remarks to reporters aboard...
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France confident of pipping England to top spot and going all the way to World Cup final
France spring surprises in selection for Argentina game Team on a par with best in world, says Yoann Huget France’s unpredictability these days tends to be in their team selection rather than their play, but after being named in a side to face Argentina on Saturday that surprised even the French media, the wing Yoann Huget believes Les Bleus are equipped not just to beat England to the top position in the group but reach the final.France’s bench contains three players who did not feature in any of the pre-World Cup warm-ups while the centre Virimi Vakatawa made a single appearance as a replacement against Italy. Their last two World Cup campaigns ere notable for left-field selections at outside-half and the 20-year old Romain Ntamack, who plays in the centre for Toulouse, has been chosen there ahead of the experienced Camille Lopez even though heavy rain is forecast in Tokyo this weekend. Continue reading...
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INSIGHT-Fire and hail push insurers to rethink climate change risks
By the time David Kaisel got back from selling his flour at a farmers' market, a wildfire in California's Capay Valley had burnt both his tractor and the shipping container where he kept some tools. His insurer is set to pay out a sixth of his losses.
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The Yankees’ expected celebration never came
The workers did what seemed sensible, lugging the plastic from a golf cart into the Yankees clubhouse. Soon, in the privacy of their own clubhouse, the Yankees would be able to celebrate a first-place finish for the first time since 2012. All they needed was three outs from Kenley Jansen, pitching 3,000 miles away. In...
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Exclusive: Deutsche Bank has discussed adding assets to bad bank if sales go well - sources
Some senior Deutsche Bank AG officials have discussed the possibility of putting additional problematic assets worth billions of euros into a unit it created earlier this year, if the bank is able to sell assets already held within that "bad bank," according to three bank sources.
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Adrian Newey: Formula 1 designer to join Extreme E
Acclaimed Formula 1 designer Adrian Newey will head a team in the new 'environment-focused' racing series, Extreme E.
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Tesco fails in accident management over my car insurance claim
It’s been very difficult after it dropped a cage from a lorry on the back of my vehicleBack in May, a Tesco lorry dropped a steel cage on my car while delivering to a Metro store. The back of my car was smashed and the interior covered in glass. If anyone had been inside they could have been killed.Tesco has been very difficult to deal with. On the advice of the store manager, I called my insurance company, which organised a repair that took two weeks. During this time my insurer and I tried repeatedly to get Tesco’s accident management company to take action. Four weeks later it wrote saying I should use its authorised repair company. By this time the car was already repaired. Continue reading...
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Killer robots: why do so many people think they are a good idea? | Stuart Heritage
According to a recent survey, 39% of us aren’t against machines capable of destroying humanity. Surely there are some things we can all agree onLaura Nolan is a modern hero. A former Google software engineer, Nolan resigned from her job last year after being asked to dramatically enhance the artificial intelligence used in US military drones. She is now calling for a ban on all forms of autonomous weapons on the basis that they might accidentally initiate a catastrophic global war. She said this as part of her role as a member of the Campaign to Stop Killer Robots.Now, listen, sometimes I’m able to kid myself about the goodness of people. I might not agree with them all the time, but at least I can understand our differences. I get why they might vote for a certain political party, or why they wanted Brexit to happen. After all, aren’t we all just people muddling through the muck together? And then I realise that there is a group called Stop Killer Robots, and it actually has to convince people to stop killer robots. Killer bloody robots, for crying out loud. Its only goal is to stop robots from destroying all of humanity as we know it, and it needs to exist because it turns out that some people aren’t automatically horrified by the idea. Continue reading...
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Emmys 2019 predictions: Who will win, and who should win
Another competitive year pits old favorites against critically acclaimed upstarts. Will there be a Game of Thrones victory lap? Will Fleabag upset Veep?The Emmys conversation is dominated, of course, by Game of Thrones, HBO’s decade-defining, lavish fantasy epic that wrapped after eight sprawling seasons this spring. Thrones is an Emmys juggernaut – it won for best drama series in its last three eligible seasons (2015, 2016, and 2018) and is nominated for 32 awards this year, the most for any single season of television, ever. (The show already won ten awards at last weekend’s Creative Arts Emmys). The question this year, however, is whether the majority of the 24,000 Emmy voters will still reward Game of Thrones after a divisive, narratively uneven final season. That’s likely to be the case, especially with traditional rivals such as The Handmaid’s Tale, Stranger Things, and The Americans no longer in the running. But younger, smaller shows could spoil the victory lap; HBO’s other entry, Succession, received five nominations for its critically acclaimed first season, and BBC America’s Killing Eve could ride a solid second season and the wave of popularity for stars Sandra Oh, Jodie Comer, and creator Phoebe Waller-Bridge to a win. Other nominees Better Call Saul, Pose, Ozark, This Is Us, and Bodyguard all have sizable audiences and, for the most part, critical praise, but likely lack the momentum to topple Westerosi dominance. Continue reading...
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Extreme survivors: Greenland's hardy wildlife under threat from global heating
They may be adapted to one of the harshest environments on the planet, but Greenland’s animals and plants are increasingly vulnerableAll photographs by Carsten Egevang Continue reading...
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Biodiversity touches every aspect of our lives – so why has its loss been ignored?
From our environment to our economies, our security to our societies, biodiversity is vital. But preserving it will require transformative changeThe evidence is unequivocal: biodiversity, important in its own right and essential for current and future generations, is being destroyed by human activities at a rate unprecedented in human history.Governments around the world recognised this at the Earth summit in Brazil in 1992 and established the Convention on Biological Diversity to protect and conserve biodiversity. But the situation has become more and more dire. I have chaired or co-chaired three international assessments on the state of knowledge of biodiversity, and all have repeated the same message – we are destroying it at an alarming rate. Each time we have called for action, only to be largely ignored. Continue reading...
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Bizarre beauty: Shin Noguchi's everyday Japan – in pictures
From big-scramble zebra crossings to a man in a hedge, the award-winning street photographer revels in the life that swirls around him Continue reading...
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Taliban car bomb kills at least 20 in southern Afghanistan
Hospital patients caught in blast intended for intelligence officials, says defence ministryA Taliban truck bomb has killed at least 20 people and wounded 95 others when it exploded near a hospital in southern Afghanistan, an official has said.The Taliban, who have been carrying out near-daily attacks since peace talks with the US collapsed this month, said the target was a nearby government intelligence building in Qalat, the capital of Zabul province. Continue reading...
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Google opens a new AI research centre in India
At its annual Google for India event in the capital of New Delhi today, the search giant announced it’s opening an AI research center in Bangalore, led by scientist Dr. Manish Gupta. The center called Google Research India will focus on tools that can be used by government and private entities. Developing…Or just read more coverage about: Google
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Woman testifies about alleged rape by ex-college baseball player
GEORGETOWN, Del. — A woman who says she was raped by an ex-University of Delaware baseball player accused of multiple sexual assaults testified Wednesday that she was surprised, then anxious and afraid, when her first meeting with him quickly escalated from consensual kissing to physical force and violence. The woman testified that soon after she...
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Yep, those are UFOs, Navy says about 3 videos of strange sightings
The U.S. Navy doesn't know exactly what the "unidentified aerial phenomena" seen in the videos are.
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Wales focus returns to pitch with brutal training session before Georgia match
Team seek to move on from Rob Howley’s departurePlayers enjoy best session since arriving in JapanWales players went hell for leather in training on Wednesday night in a bid to put the investigation into Rob Howley’s suspected breach of betting regulations behind them. Howley’s departure from the Rugby World Cup has rocked the tournament in Japan and left Wales somehow attempting to move on from what has been a monumental distraction. Warren Gatland’s side trained twice on Wednesday – once in the afternoon and again in the evening under floodlights to prepare for Monday’s first game with Georgia – before travelling to Toyota via train. The evening session in Kitakyushu saw Gatland’s men take out some of their frustration ahead of what will be a physical meeting in their World Cup opener. It is understood it was Wales’ best session since arriving in Japan last Wednesday. Continue reading...
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Could having no opinion on Brexit be the way to win the Brexit war?
The muddy waters of Brexit are becoming a little clearer.
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Trump says EPA to issue notice to San Francisco on homeless
U.S. President Donald Trump said on Wednesday that the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) will issue a notice in less than a week to the city of San Francisco over its homelessness problem and attendant pollution.
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This Day in History: Sept. 19
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