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La confessione dello studente modello: «Sono stato io a uccidere i padroni dei cani»

La confessione dello studente modello: «Sono stato io a uccidere i padroni dei cani»

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Fake Vape Gear Is Selling on L.A. Streets Despite an Emerging Public Health Crisis
Hundreds of people across the U.S. have been sickened and six deaths reported
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Blue's Yeti X microphone comes with everything you need to sound like a pro
Blue's microphones have been a popular choice for podcasters and live streamers for years, mostly due to their plug-and-play ease of use. Now the company is aiming to make things even easier with its latest USB mic: the Yeti X. The new $169.99 option...
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The Blue Yeti X’s real-time LED metering sounds ideal for podcasts and live streaming
Blue Blue’s latest USB microphone, the Yeti X, is aimed directly at streamers, podcast hosts, and other content creators. The most visible upgrade: real-time LED metering on the microphone itself, letting you know when the gain is too quiet (or in the red) during your recording. The big knob on the face of the new mic is its command center, and you’ll probably use it a lot to adjust levels and switch between its three modes. In addition to displaying the metering, the knob can turn up the gain on the microphone, and as you might expect, it’ll mute if you click it inwards. Blue You can also cycle between two other modes by holding the knob in for two seconds. One controls the volume, and the other is blend mode, which lets you find the perfect balance between, say, your gameplay audio versus your commentary. Blend is perhaps the most useful and welcome feature on the Yeti X, since that usually requires software or a separate hardware audio mixer, though it may still not be enough to tempt existing Yeti owners to upgrade. Logitech’s new Blue Voice software (previously spotted on the Logitech G Pro headset) also lets you tweak the EQ of your voice, then save it to a preset. The software offers several pre-made options, but you can also customize them, then swap when the situation calls for a different sort of vocal style. Like Blue’s previous microphones, you’ll find another knob on Yeti X’s rear that changes how it records sound. This model has four mic capsules arranged inside, up from three, and you can turn the knob if you’d like to switch from recording just yourself to recording a group of people surrounding the mic. Here’s more about the four modes, as detailed by Blue: Cardioid mode captures sound sources that are directly in front of the microphone, omni mode picks up sound equally from all around the mic, bidirectional mode records from both the front and the rear of the microphone while rejecting the sides, and stereo mode uses both the left and right channels for capturing immersive audio experiences. The Yeti X is compatible with Windows and macOS computers, as well as most Android phones via a USB-C adapter, says Blue. With 24-bit/48kHz resolution and no analog XLR connector, it’s not quite as versatile as Blue’s $250 Yeti Pro, but it also doesn’t cost quite as much. It’ll launch in October for $169.99.
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The great 1970s wine revival
Lambrusco, muscadet, Bull’s Blood: after years of neglect, some wines have returned as retro-vintage starsWhatever happened to the bestselling wines of the 1970s and 80s? Some, happily, are no longer with us or have been banished to the dustiest reaches of the corner shop, brands such as Hirondelle, Lutomer Laski Riesling, or Le Piat d’Or, that neither we nor the French adore any more.Others, remodelled, repackaged, occasionally even drinkable, are still slogging it out in the pitiless commercial battlefield of a supermarket near you: Mateus Rosé, Black Tower, Blue Nun. Continue reading...
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Warren: 'Donald Trump is corruption in the flesh'
Facing thousands of cheering supporters in New York City, Democratic presidential contender Elizabeth Warren on Monday decried President Donald Trump as "corruption in the flesh" and outlined her plans to root out corruption in government. (Sept. 17)      
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Homeless denied housing over fears they are too poor, study says
Research shows landlords ‘screen out’ homeless applicants deemed financial riskHomeless people are being denied access to affordable housing because social landlords are routinely excluding prospective tenants who are deemed too poor or vulnerable to pay the rent, a study has revealed.Research by the Chartered Institute of Housing (CIH) found that “screening out” of homeless applicants nominated for newly available lets was widespread as housing associations and local authorities increasingly rationed their shrinking stocks of social homes. Continue reading...
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Iran’s supreme leader: There will be no talks with US at any level
TEHRAN, Iran — Iran’s Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei says “there will be no talks with the U.S. at any level” — remarks apparently meant to end all speculation about a U.S.-Iran meeting at the U.N. later this month. Iranian state TV on Tuesday quotes Khamenei as saying this is the position of the entire...
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Florida swingers club ordered to pay models nearly $892G for swiping photos
A Miami swingers club has been ordered to pay nearly $1 million to a group of models after the sex joint used photos of them in advertisements without their permission, a report said Monday.
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Awful Jets luck puts quarterback Luke Falk in chaos
Luke Falk arrived at MetLife Stadium on Monday, having never thrown a regular-season NFL pass. He left preparing for a potential showdown with Tom Brady. With franchise quarterback Sam Darnold already sidelined by mono, the Jets lost backup quarterback Trevor Siemian to what appeared to be a bad ankle injury midway through the second quarter...
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Saudi energy minsiter to hold press conference on Tuesday
Saudi Arabia's energy minister Prince Abdulaziz bin Salman will hold a press conference on Tuesday following the attacks on Aramco facilities in Abqaiq and Khurais which have cut the company's crude oil supply by about 50 percent, the media ministry said.
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Oil declines as market assesses attacks on Saudi facilities
Oil dropped on Tuesday although the market remains on tenterhooks over the threat of a military response to attacks on Saudi Arabian crude oil facilities that cut the kingdom's output in half and sent prices soaring by the most in decades.
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Oil price shock leaves markets on edge, as WeWork postpones float – business live
Rolling coverage of the latest economic and financial news 7.32am BST Good morning, and welcome to our rolling coverage of the world economy, the financial markets, the eurozone and business.Remember when Iran shot down a drone, saying knowingly that it was in their “airspace” when, in fact, it was nowhere close. They stuck strongly to that story knowing that it was a very big lie. Now they say that they had nothing to do with the attack on Saudi Arabia. We’ll see?Global equity markets are stabilising after the drone attack but remain in a state of limbo trying to access the economic damage of a possible lengthy oil price shocker, keeping in mind that every recession since 1973 has included an oil price shock, versus the favourable medium-term S&P 500 correlation to higher oil prices.All the while, nervously evaluating the possibility of a joint military response from the U.S. and Saudi Arabia. Related: Saudi oil attacks push prices up by highest amount since 1988 The delay to the IPO will also block WeWork from accessing a $6bn loan that had been provided by a consortium of banks, contingent on a successful IPO this year. If WeWork is unable to finalise its listing in 2019 it could be forced to draw up new financing plans. While the company is still set to receive a $1.5bn capital injection from SoftBank in 2020 as part of an earlier agreed deal, the cash cost of its global expansion has depleted its reserves and proven a key issue for investors. Related: Supreme court to hear claims suspension of parliament is unlawful Continue reading...
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Ex-Vatican treasurer Pell makes final appeal to overturn sex offense convictions
Lawyers for former Vatican treasurer Cardinal George Pell on Tuesday filed an appeal to Australia's High Court in a final bid to overturn his conviction for sexually abusing two 13-year-old choir boys, the High Court said.
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Cardinal Pell to take fight against child sex conviction to the High Court
Disgraced Cardinal George Pell will take his case to Australia's High Court in a final attempt to overturn his conviction on five charges of child sexual assault.
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Jets’ response for puzzling Trumaine Johnson benching is shameful
As if their miserable 23-3 loss to the Browns on Monday night wasn’t enough of an insult, the Jets afterward insulted everyone’s intelligence with a barrage of non-answers and non-truths about the reason their No. 1 cornerback, Trumaine Johnson, was benched for nearly the entire game. Johnson, who was signed before last season to a...
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The Latest: Israel kingmaker Lieberman vows unity government
The Latest: Potential kingmaker in Israeli election says he’ll insist on unity government of largest factions
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Houston activist who invited ICE to a community forum is facing deportation. His family believes he was targeted
Roland Gramajo was arrested weeks after a town hall to calm fears about immigration raids.
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Houston activist who invited ICE to a community forum faces deportation
A judge denied bond Monday for Roland Gramajo, a community activist who was arrested by immigration agents weeks after hosting a forum to quell concerns about immigration raids.
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Kelvin Beachum has embarrassing showing in growing Jets mess
Kelvin Beachum may want to burn the film of Monday night’s loss to the Browns. The Jets left tackle had a terrible game. He was beaten by Myles Garrett for three sacks and committed three penalties. “We didn’t win,” Beachum said. “I didn’t play well enough. … You’ve got to own it. I own everything...
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Jacinda Ardern to meet Donald Trump for first formal meeting
New Zealand prime minister says relationship with US counterpart is strong despite previous run-insNew Zealand prime minister Jacinda Ardern will hold her first ever formal meeting with Donald Trump next week; the first time the two leaders have sat down together since taking office.On Wednesday, Ardern will leave Wellington – amid a sexual assault crisis in her party – to visit Japan and the UN leaders general assembly meeting in New York, where she will give the keynote speech at the climate action summit. She will meet Trump in New York on Monday. Continue reading...
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Mexican tycoon arrested in the boating death of 11-year-old son
A wealthy Mexican business magnate was arrested Sunday after his 11-year-old son died following a boating accident during a family trip off the coast of San Francisco. Javier A. Burillo, 57, was busted on vehicular manslaughter charges at his waterfront Belvedere mansion following the boating trip earlier in the day with his two sons, 11...
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What Robert Gsellman needs to make Mets return
DENVER — Robert Gsellman is “very” optimistic he can pitch again for the Mets this season, based on a recent progression in throwing. The right-hander threw about 10 pitches in a bullpen session before the Mets opened a series against the Rockies on Monday and is prepared to repeat the process this week. Gsellman indicated...
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Israel Wants Palestine’s Land, but Not Its People
Mr. Netanyahu only confirmed an unspoken truth. And yet something has changed.
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Uber will restrict NYC drivers' access to app due to new regulations
Uber drivers in NYC may find themselves unable to access the app during lull periods. According to Reuters, the ridesharing giant will start locking drivers out of its app at times and in areas with low demand to comply with the city's new regulation...
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My BT landline broke – and it said it needed to stop traffic to fix it
The engineer insisted the fault was in the road, which delayed getting the problem solvedI am a lady in my 80s and have been without my BT landline for four weeks because of a fault. It was reported in early August, and an engineer came out promptly to say the fault was by a road and would need traffic lights to assess and repair. There was no communication for a week, so I complained again and another engineer came and told me the same thing.On 23 August, with no progress, I demanded to speak to a manager. When I told him I had received a bill for my line rental, he said it would be waived, but it has been taken out of my account by direct debit. He transferred calls to my mobile, but it is pay-as-you-go, so is very expensive, and it has variable reception. Continue reading...
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50 shades of China – in pictures
Fifty galleries from across China and beyond are heading to Shanghai to showcase the best contemporary photography in this year’s Photofairs Shanghai. Here are our favourites Continue reading...
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Politically literate citizens seem to be a problem for Michael Gove | Laura McInerney
He once downgraded citizenship lessons in schools and removed the EU from geography. Now with Brexit it all falls into placeFrom the vast compendium of Michael Gove’s arrogant moments as education secretary one has been on my mind these last few weeks. He was never a fan of citizenship as a subject – the one that teaches children the rules of democracy – and, once in office, set out to slim the curriculum and get rid of “political fads”. You know, such as teaching young people the rules politicians must follow even when their plans are fading in front of them. (Cough.)During a parliamentary question session in which Gove was supposed to give full and accurate answers, he was asked if the subject would be removed. He got to his feet, smiled, and simply said: “Citizenship runs through everything we do at the Department for Education”. Then he sat down. Continue reading...
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Ostrichpillow Light - the sleep turban that has transformed my long-haul journeys
Far more presentable than the frankly ridiculous original Ostrichpillow, and offering the total darkness an eye mask can never match, this is the only way to flyI remember seeing an Ostrichpillow for the first time. It looked like a bulb of garlic had mated with a football mascot and their spawn had eaten a human. It is an immersive, outsized, semi-portable nap-station – and utterly compelling. Seriously, if you haven’t seen one, have a look. The Ostrichpillow website features some profoundly odd promo shots: a woman curled into the foetal position under a table; someone sleeping standing up like a horse, head resting on a wall; another encased in an outsized fist of grey fabric. The plump, segmented gourd totally envelops the head, with openings at the side into which hands can disappear. It looks so odd, and from the first second I saw it I thought: “I want that.”I didn’t buy one, though. As inviting as it looks, you would need courage to use it. An Ostrichpillow in the wild is a bleak snapshot of corporate burnout. The wearer appears to have given up on life, let alone their job. If your boss saw you cosplaying as Toad from Super Mario Bros and sleeping in a corridor, they would assume you were near mental collapse. Thank the Ostrich Lords, then, that the company has come out with a slimline alternative. Ostrichpillow Light (£32) is a segmented turban stuffed with tiny beads that wraps around the neck or eyes. It is an attempt to capture the engulfing quality of the original in a more elegant form. Rather than a job-jeopardiser, it is marketed as a travel pillow. To test it, I catch an economy flight home from Los Angeles where I had gone to eat cheap tacos. (Financially speaking, I’m good at making bad decisions.) Continue reading...
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Men think they are beautiful – women need that confidence, too | Suzanne Moore
Almost five times as many male respondents as female ones told YouGov they are good-looking. That’s no surprise, considering girls are trained to bat off complimentsMen think they are better-looking than women. Of course they do.This has nothing to do with reality. I have just been on a beach in England. Beauty is in the eye of the beholder, after all. Anyway, for some reason, YouGov asked 2,000 adults whether they would describe themselves as good-looking. While 9% of men considered themselves handsome, only 2% of women thought they were beautiful. Continue reading...
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Kamala Harris doubles down on call for Kavanaugh's impeachment: The allegations are 'credible'
Sen. Kamala Harris, D-Calif., reiterated her call for the impeachment of Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh following the criticized New York Times story that revived the sexual misconduct allegations. 
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Explainer: Details on car tariffs fuzzy as U.S., Japan head for trade deal
U.S. President Donald Trump has said Washington and Tokyo have reached an initial trade deal that he and Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe are expected to sign in New York later this month.
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‘Off beat’ Sean Spicer makes ‘Dancing With the Stars’ debut
Former White House press secretary Sean Spicer did his best salsa dance during his premiere on ABC’s “Dancing With the Stars” on Monday night — and was then promptly skewered by the show’s judges for his stilted performance. Spicer, wearing a neon green pirate-like shirt, kicked off the routine by drumming on a pair of...
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WATCH: Trump riffs on 'snakes' in New York, Washington
President Trump called out what he characterized as treacherous "snakes" in both Washington, D.C. and New York, while speaking at a Monday rally in Rio Rancho, N.M.
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Edwin Encarnacion’s encouraging update Yankees want to hear
Aaron Boone didn’t have an update Sunday on injuries Gary Sanchez and Edwin Encarnacion suffered Thursday. On Monday, Brian Cashman said there weren’t any updates on the All-Star catcher and first baseman/DH. Figure there will be some official news prior to Tuesday night’s game against the Angels at Yankee Stadium, because it then will be...
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Issa Rae Sets Up Set It Off Remake
The 1996 original starred Jada Pinkett Smith, Queen Latifah, Vivica A. Fox, and Kimberly Elise.
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Japan's Abe says he will meet Iran's Rouhani this month in New York: NHK
Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe said on Tuesday he would meet with Iranian President Hassan Rouhani at the end of the month, as regional tensions rise in the Middle East after the weekend attacks on Saudi oil facilities, public broadcaster NHK said.
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Watch this Rubik’s Cube solve itself while floating in mid-air
When it comes to the Rubik's Cube, the focus is usually on the time it takes to complete. But for something a little different, check out this amazing self-solving version that also happens to levitate.
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Parents, can you spot a ‘toxic’ school? A headteacher writes …
When choosing your child’s new school, consider whether it might be a nightmare workplace for the staffThe banners are up, the adverts are in local newspapers. No sooner has the autumn term begun than schools are recruiting the next cohort of students. If it sometimes seems that they all say the same things about their engaging curriculum, personalised pastoral care and professional ethos, how can you tell them apart?For some parents, it’s all about outcomes. Which school tops the league table for results? Which has been judged by Ofsted as outstanding? For others, it’s more about a culture that will suit their child. Is there a mobile phone ban? Does the school have the dreaded isolation booths? Continue reading...
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The Le’Veon Bell problem Jets are causing themselves
Games like Monday night at home — under the lights, on national TV, desperate for a win in the face of adversity with their starting quarterback out indefinitely — are exactly why the Jets signed Le’Veon Bell to that $52.5 million contract in the offseason. They brought in the former Steelers star running back to...
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Trump Goes 'Behind Enemy Lines' To Raise Money In SF Bay Area
The president will be attending private fundraisers near Silicon Valley and Beverly Hills. It is his first visit to the San Francisco Bay Area since his election, when he lost California by 30 points.
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GLOBAL MARKETS-Oil trims gains, but Middle East risks keep stocks on back foot
Oil shed some of its massive gains on Tuesday as the United States flagged the possible release of crude reserves, but the threat of military action over the attacks on Saudi oil facilities kept prices elevated and stocks under pressure.
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Mets caving into Noah Syndergaard still reeks of ineptitude
DENVER — At least we learned the Mets’ stubbornness possesses a limit. At most? Well, at the risk of being overdramatic, at most, the Mets’ bullheadedness cost them a 2019 playoff berth. As first reported by MLB.com and confirmed by The Post, when Noah Syndergaard takes the mound against the Rockies in Wednesday afternoon’s series...
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Truly, madly, steeply: a via ferrata tour of the Dolomites
Northern Italy’s iron paths give hikers the chance to feel like mountaineers but without rope, anchors or knots. Our writer straps in for the high-altitude thrill of his lifeI am standing on an enormous limestone plateau almost 3km up, peering over the edge of a cliff that seems to plunge all the way to the centre of the Earth. Behind me in the distance are stratified towers of rock, their tips gleaming through wisps of cloud in the morning sun. And in front of me is this breathtaking drop, the gateway to what our guide Alessio calls “the danger zone”. Continue reading...
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Stephen King, James McAvoy and Bill Skarsgård cure your Pennywise phobia with reassuring clown facts
Stephen King knows scary, so if he tells you that only 50% of clowns are murderers, you should probably believe him. Bill Skarsgård? Why, he's far too pretty to be evil! And listen to James McAvoy's accent — utterly trustworthy.  No wonder the Late Show had them drop by to help coulrophobes struggling with all this IT Chapter Two promo by sharing these extremely true facts.  Read more... More about Stephen King, James Mcavoy, Clowns, It Chapter Two, and Bill Skarsg Rd
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UAE official: Saudi Aramco attacks are a dangerous escalation
Attacks on oil plants in Saudi Arabia are a dangerous escalation and the international community should stand by Riyadh and ensure regional stability, a senior United Arab Emirates official said on Tuesday.
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Huawei holds firm as global tech competitor
Huawei holds firm as global tech competitor      
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Tuesday briefing: All rise for proroguing battle
Supreme court to consider if parliament’s suspension is legal … Trump tax returns subpoenaed … and could a short film revive the Jurassic franchise?Good morning and welcome to this Tuesday briefing with Alison Rourke. Continue reading...
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Bourdain's possessions to be auctioned to raise money for his family
For years before his death, Anthony Bourdain brought the world and its cultures into our homes.
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