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'Qatar 2022: Professor defends stadium cooling method
How will the stadiums used in Qatar for the 2022 FIFA World Cup keep fans and players cool while avoiding flames from eco-conscious critics?
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Interstellar Lab biomes tap Mars research to help us survive climate change
Interstellar Lab will build biodomes to research how humans could live on Mars while applying those lessons to creating sustainable communities on Earth.
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Emre Can Says 'The Situation Must Change' If He's to Stay at Juventus
Juventus midfielder Emre Can has said his " situation must change" if he's to remain at the club following a fall down the pecking order since Maurizio Sarri took over as manager...
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Wolverhampton Wanderers raise concerns over new ‘Bitcoin Lottery’ sponsor
An English premier league football club is raising concerns over its “Bitcoin lottery” sponsor after becoming aware of its previous business practicies. Yesterday, Wolverhampton Wanderers FC announced a partnership with CryptoMillionsLotto, a lottery which pays gamblers a reward, in Bitcoin, for referring new players, the Mirror reports. To play the lottery a user must also have enough Bitcoin in their account to cover the costs of each game. Both Wolves and CryptoMillionsLotto boasted about the new partnership on their respective websites. However, according to the report, concerns at Wolves are growing after it was uncovered that CryptoMillionsLotto CEO Sulim Malook’s… This story continues at The Next WebOr just read more coverage about: Bitcoin
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Sonos buys Snips, a privacy-focused voice assistant
Sonos could soon speak another language. | Image: Sonos Sonos now owns Snips, a Paris-based “private-by-design” AI voice platform with the intent of making “the voice experience on Sonos even better,” according to a press release announcing the acquisition. The deal is worth approximately $37.5 million, and brings Snips’ 50 employees and intellectual property to Sonos. Sonos already offers both Amazon Alexa and Google Assistant voice assistants as options on its smart speakers. So, why does it need Snips? Part of the answer can be found in Sonos’ Q4 letter to shareholders: “We do not plan to replicate the big tech ‘ask anything voice services’ but expect this acquisition will add to our customers’ ease of use and control as we continue to differentiate an end-to-end Sonos experience for our... Continue reading…
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PayPal buys money-saving service Honey for $4 billion
Even before it split with eBay, money transfer service PayPal consistently sought new ways to part consumers from their cash. It hasn't strayed far from its core competences, acquiring payment companies like Braintree (and as a result Venmo), Xoom an...
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Google integrates Assistant deeper into Calendar, brings smarter grammar suggestions to Docs
Google is rolling out a handful of new AI-powered features for G Suite users around the world, spanning Docs, Google Assistant, Calendar, and more. The announcements were made as part of the annual Google Cloud Next conference in London, which so far this week has heralded some interesting news tidbits, including a bunch of new […]
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Samsung's Black Friday sale is here, and there are some *stellar* deals
Not to be outdone by the likes of Amazon, Walmart, Target, and Best Buy, Samsung has just released its own lineup of holiday deals on Galaxy devices, wearables, and laptops ahead of Black Friday. (And if we're being honest, it's about damn time.) Now, we know what you're thinking: You've seen a couple of Samsung gadgets featured in other retailers' Black Friday ads. Who cares if the brand itself is offering discounts on its products if everyone else is, too? We hear you: figuring out a game plan for Black Friday is stressful as it is, and you probably already have too many stores on your "to-visit" list. But hey, that's why we're here. Read more...More about Samsung, Black Friday, Galaxy Tab, Mashable Shopping, and Samsung Galaxy S10
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Prince Andrew step backs from public duties
Prince Andrew has said that the Queen has given him permission to step back from public duties "for the foreseeable future" following a firestorm of criticism over an interview about his association with convicted sex offender Jeffrey Epstein. CNN's Nina dos Santos reports.
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Exclusive: German exports to United States jump in third-quarter despite trade tensions
Germany managed to avoid a recession in the third quarter in part thanks to a surge in its exports to the United States, data made available to Reuters showed on Thursday.
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Mike Francesa talks some sports with his son who just turned 13
Mike Francesa had a special guest on his WFAN show on Wednesday — his son, Harrison. The long-time WFAN host took some time to wish Harrison a happy 13th birthday, and of course, took some time to talk some sports with his youngest son. When Mike opened the floor to his son, he had a...
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Koala reunited with hero grandma who saved him from fire
A badly burned koala that was rescued crying and screaming from Australia's bushfires has been reunited with the heroic grandma who saved its life. CNN affiliate Nine News Australia reports.
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Google’s Duplex can now book cinema tickets in the UK and US
Image: Google You can now use Google Duplex to book cinema tickets on the web on Android in the UK and US. The functionality, which was first teased back at Google I/O 2019, can be accessed through Google Assistant or the Google app on Android. You can ask or search for cinema listings, and once you’ve found a suitable time and location you tap the “Buy tickets” button to start the process. Then the software takes you through the steps of picking seats, and can enter your payment information for you if you have it saved in Chrome. The new feature builds on Duplex’s existing restaurant-booking functionality, which Google started offering last year. However, in this case it’s going through the more simple process of filling out text fields on a website,... Continue reading…
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Mother charged after three-year-old falls to death
A mom was charged with misdemeanor child abuse two months after her 3-year-old son fell to his death at a North Carolina airport. WSOC reporter Blaine Tolison reports.
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Prince Andrew: lawyers for Jeffrey Epstein's victims hint at subpoena
Royal pressed to turn over all relevant documents about contacts with financierLawyers representing the victims of the convicted child sex offender Jeffrey Epstein have signalled they are willing to serve a subpoena to Prince Andrew to ensure he cooperates with their investigations.In a statement on Wednesday announcing he was standing down from public duties, the Duke of York said he was willing to help “any appropriate law enforcement agency” with their investigations after what he accepted was his “ill-judged association” with Epstein. Continue reading...
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Google finally takes a stance on political ads with microtargeting restrictions
Google has become the latest company to reconsider its approach to political ads. The internet giant has announced a crack down on political ads that limits advertisers from targeting ads based on voters’ political leanings or public voter records. Outlining its new approach to microtargeting of election ads, the company said it’s limiting ad targeting to voters based on age, gender, and general location at the zip code level. While ads based on an individual’s specific location or those with false claims will no longer be allowed, contextual targeting — i.e. serving ads to people based on their reading or… This story continues at The Next WebOr just read more coverage about: Google
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China says will strive to reach 'phase one' trade deal with U.S
China will strive to reach an initial trade agreement with the United States as both sides keep communication channels open, the Chinese commerce ministry said on Thursday, in an attempt to allay fears talks might be unraveling.
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Fresh heirs: how Kamasi Washington gave jazz back to the kids
He rewrote the jazz rulebook and brought a genre once thought dead to a new generation of music fansThe decade in music: how Sunn O))) made metal for the massesLeimert Park in the early 90s was a unique place to be. South Central LA: the birthplace of west-coast hip-hop, jam centre for the now middle-aged instrumentalists of spiritual jazz, historical home to Ray Charles and Ella Fitzgerald, the outskirts of so-called Black Beverly Hills. An area also recently infamous for its street crime and gang affiliations, it was here that young saxophonist Kamasi Washington first became versed in jazz.At the age of 11, he was taken by his jazz musician father Rickey to see acts in the many clubs dotted around the area’s backstreets: artists such as saxophonist Pharoah Sanders at the 100-capacity World Stage club and pianist Horace Tapscott, who would perform with his Pan-Afrikan Peoples Arkestra. Tapscott’s work was particularly influential for Washington. He viewed the music he played not as spiritual jazz, nor even jazz, but simply “black music”, and pioneered the use of spoken-word artists who would chant sociopolitically charged lyrics over his compositions. On Why Don’t You Listen?, vocalist Dwight Trible lists jazz musicians from Billie Holiday to Duke Ellington to Dizzy Gillespie, interspersed with the titular refrain. Tapscott felt his work had a responsibility to its history and an ultimate emphasis on imparting this culture to younger generations. In his hands, this lineage would never die. Continue reading...
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'No child should be moved away': why councils are opening new children's homes
Vulnerable children are sometimes placed hundreds of miles away. Can new ‘family style’ homes meet their complex needs?Guardian Jobs: see the latest vacancies in social careAfter decades of decline, the council-run children’s home is being reinvented and growing numbers of local authorities are returning to provision of their own residential care for “looked-after” youngsters.From Nottinghamshire to Bristol, small “family-style” council homes are being opened to cater for some of the most vulnerable children and teenagers. In some cases, they have just one or two bedrooms in an attempt to reflect a typical household and better meet young people’s needs. Continue reading...
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After escaping fire at U.S. Democratic debate, challenges remain for Buttigieg
Democratic presidential candidates' united front against Republican President Donald Trump amid public impeachment hearings and their restraint in battling one another had an unexpected beneficiary on Wednesday night: rising White House contender Pete Buttigieg.
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A secretive $120 billion hedge fund has bested Warren Buffett again and again. These are its 10 biggest holdings.
Chip Somodevilla / Getty A secretive $120 billion hedge fund founded by a Cold War codebreaker has vastly outperformed Warren Buffett over the past three decades. A dollar invested in Renaissance Technologies' flagship Medallion fund in 1988 would reportedly be worth $27,000 net of fees in 2018, dwarfing a $107 return from Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway over the same period. Scroll down to see Renaissance's 10 biggest holdings. View Business Insider's homepage for more stories. A secretive $120 billion hedge fund, founded by a Cold War codebreaker and math professor, vastly outperformed Warren Buffett over the past 30 years. Renaissance Technologies, which was created by Jim Simons, counts Chipotle and Facebook among its largest investments. It recorded an annualized, post-fee return of 39% at its flagship Medallion fund between 1988 and 2018, according to "The Man Who Solved The Market: How Jim Simons launched the Quant Revolution," a new book by Greg Zuckerman. The 39% gain — 66% before fees — trumps returns of about 16% at Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway and 10% from the S&P 500 over the same period. Medallion's remarkable performance means a dollar invested in the fund in 1988 would have grown to about $27,000 net of fees by the end of 2018, dwarfing a $107 return from Berkshire Hathaway and a $20 total return from the benchmark index. While the Medallion fund is restricted to Renaissance employees, the hedge fund's remarkable track record means its trading patterns are worth noting. Its 10 biggest investments, based on a SEC filing for the quarter ended 30 September, are listed below.1. Bristol-Myers Squibb Reuters Renaissance's biggest holding is its $1.66 billion stake in Bristol-Myers Squibb, a pharmaceuticals giant that makes medicines to treat cancer, HIV/AIDS, cardiovascular disease, diabetes, and other ailments. Federal regulators approved the company's proposed $74 billion takeover of biotech firm Celgene this month. 2. Chipotle Mexican Grill Reuters Renaissance has a $1.61 billion stake in Chipotle Mexican Grill. The fast-casual Mexican restaurant chain, which has more than 2,500 outlets, has largely recovered from a series of health scares a few years ago. 3. Verisign Richard Drew/AP Simons and his team have a $1.56 billion stake in Verisign, a network infrastructure group that operates the registry for domains including .com and .net. See the rest of the story at Business InsiderSee Also:GOLDMAN SACHS: Equity traders are expecting an economic acceleration — and these 12 stocks are best positioned to skyrocket as conditions improveTrump reportedly shelved a ban on flavored e-cigarettes to avoid angering votersThe top researcher at a firm managing $89 billion told us the 3 ways he analyzes whether a cheap stock is set for a surge, or if it's a trap
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Senior China diplomat says Beijing will never allow anyone to destroy HK's stability
China resolutely opposes U.S. lawmakers' passing of a Hong Kong human rights bill and will never allow anyone to destroy Hong Kong's prosperity and stability, senior Chinese diplomat Wang Yi said on Thursday.
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Liverpool 'Keeping Close Tabs' on Trabzonspor's Ugurcan Cakir, Says Agent
Liverpool are one of four English sides tracking Trabzonspor's Ugurcan Cakir, according to the goalkeeper's agent, Engin Kirkpinar...
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Sondland's impeachment testimony proves Trump foreign policy is run by corrupt clowns
Gordon Sondland is a political appointee with no experience or skill in diplomacy. Donald Trump's diplomatic amateur hour is dangerous for America.       
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Stock markets fall amid fresh worries over US-China trade deal – business live
Fears mount that ‘phase one’ trade deal may not be signed until next year, as both sides step up demandsUS legislation on Hong Kong angers China 8.05am GMT The FTSE 100 index has slid 37 points at the open to 7,225.69, a 0.51% drop.Germany’s Dax opened down 0.6%, France’s CAC and Spain’s Ibex fell 0.7%, Italy’s FTSE MiB lost 0.67% and Portugal’s PSI 20 slipped 0.28%. 7.48am GMT Good morning, and welcome to our rolling coverage of the world economy, the financial markets, the eurozone and business.Trading relations between the US and China appear to have taken a turn for the worse again. Donald Trump said on Tuesday he would impose “even higher” tariffs on imports from China if a deal isn’t struck. If talks are really going well, that hike will be suspended. If not, the US will implement them and that will throw the game into next year. Continue reading...
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Bayern Munich's Robert Lewandowski Says His 'Best Is Yet to Come'
Bayern Munich striker Robert Lewandowski has said his "best is yet to come" despite his record-breaking form in the Bundesliga already this season...
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'Flush it down the toilet' - depleted Warriors suffer biggest defeat since 1973
Rising star Luka Doncic helps the Dallas Mavericks condemn the Golden State Warriors to their heaviest defeat in 46 years.
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Google kicks off Assistant on the Web with movie ticket purchases
Google's infamous Duplex technology is moving to the web, at first in Chrome on Android devices, with movie ticket purchasing.
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Google Assistant uses ‘Duplex on the Web’ to buy your movie tickets
Since last year, you've been able to purchase movie tickets using your voice with Google Assistant and Fandango. Today, Google is enhancing that capability to make it more versatile.
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Heimat Is a Space in Time review – epic journey into Germany's dark past
Thomas Heise’s four-hour documentary draws on the journals of his own family to construct a powerful, agonising historyThe 63-year-old German film-maker and dramatist Thomas Heise has created what may possibly come to be seen as his masterpiece. I was sometimes captivated but often frustrated by this epic essay-film, a meditation on Germany and his own family history that is stark, fierce, austerely cerebral and almost four hours long.Using letters and journals from his parents and grandparents (his father was the philosopher and academic Wolfgang Heise, his grandfather the literary critic and teacher Wilhelm Heise), he recounts an agonised story of his own Jewish background, and his forebears’ experience of antisemitism in the Nazi era and then later a queasily similar pattern of bullying from the Communist party authorities in East Germany. Continue reading...
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Board games, books and brand-new clothes: a guide to Christmas shopping in your local charity shop
They’re the cornerstone of every high street – guaranteed to have an eclectic mix of everything from clothes to homeware. Here are the top Christmas gifts to look out for when you next pop in to a thrift shopAs shopping, and living, sustainably becomes a focus for more and more people, this Christmas is the perfect time to turn to your local charity shops for your festive shopping. Not only will you give what you buy a new lease of life, you’ll support your local economy and share the benefits of shopping secondhand. To give you some inspiration, we’ve rounded up the best gifts you can expect to find in your local charity shop.Winter warmersFrom oversized turtlenecks in fun primary colours to neat cardigans and always-appropriate V-necks, charity shops are a goldmine for knitwear, particularly around the time wardrobes are being cleared to make way for (carefully pre-specified) Christmas gifts. Let their castoffs become your festive finds. You’ll save pounds compared with what you would spend on a new item and you’re more likely to find something unique, so your giftee won’t have to worry about running into someone else wearing the same thing. Continue reading...
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All you want for Christmas, the high street can deliver
As fairy lights and carols provide the backdrop to your hunt for the perfect gift, Sophie Benson tells us why it’s the most wonderful time of the year to embrace your local high streetWhen the clocks go back and the afternoons begin to melt into night earlier and earlier, a comforting memory always comes back to me: it’s a late-night shopping Thursday and I’m sitting in a cafe, its walls lined with yellowing newspaper, munching on a croissant with my dad as we both warm up after spending a couple of hours wandering the fairy-lit high street in search of Christmas gifts.What did I buy on that outing? I honestly can’t remember, but it’s the experience that stays with me; bundling up in mittens, hat and scarf, walking down damp cobbled streets, the Christmas lights reflected in the puddles between them, and meandering in and out of shops without any real gift in mind, just the hope that the right thing was sitting on a shelf waiting to be found. Continue reading...
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Relax with retail: ‘It’s a shop but people also use the space like it is their living room’
Andrea Mahoney always dreamed of following in her grandmother’s footsteps and owning a shop. She now uses CoLab to celebrate her local community and Caribbean heritage. Rachel Mostyn meets herFrom the multicoloured dungarees to vibrant prints and sequin-emblazoned jewellery, walking into CoLab, an independent retailer on Bristol’s Gloucester Road, you are met with an explosion of colour.Inside, you discover an eclectic mix of clothing, jewellery, art, crafts and gifts, sourced from more than 60 independent designers and makers from Bristol and beyond. Continue reading...
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Cut from the same cloth: the brothers following in their family footsteps
After growing up with their father’s high street photography studio, brothers Mahmut and Yalcin Coban felt a sense of family from having a presence on their local high street. Rosie Mullender visits their clothing storeOn the wall of Life in Paradigm is a photograph of brothers Mahmut and Yalcin. It’s 1998, and they’re just nine and 12 years old, proudly standing outside their father’s photography store. Beside it is another picture of the brothers as adults, taken outside the same store, where the pair now sell menswear on the high street in Stoke Newington, east London.“Dad was a wedding photographer, and when he no longer needed his store we converted it into a retail space and design studio, keeping his original signage,” Mahmut explains. “People have seen us around the area since we were little kids, and now we’ve rebranded the shop and carried it on. That sense of family is something I love about the high street.” Continue reading...
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Watching RuPaul taught me that drag isn’t just for queens | Alice O’Keeffe
We all wear masks, but few take such joy in it as the contestants on Drag Race. We should take a leaf out of their bookFirst, a confession: I have only recently woken up to the joy of drag. I know, I know, more fool me. But as a straight female who struggles to find matching socks to put on in the morning – let alone attach a false eyelash – the wigs, nails and makeup never felt particularly relevant to my life. When I think about femininity at all, it tends to be in terms of the less glamorous stuff. You know: childbirth, the pay gap, workplace discrimination. That kind of thing. Related: ‘I love drag. It's dangerous’: Graham Norton and Alan Carr on desire, camp and ‘cancel culture’ Continue reading...
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Liverpool to hold open meetings on new Anfield Road stand proposals
• Plans would increase capacity of Anfield to more than 60,000• Consultation programme includes two events before matchesLiverpool are to stage a public consultation into proposals to increase Anfield’s capacity to more than 60,000 by rebuilding the Anfield Road stand.The European champions confirmed in August that plans to add an extra 4,000 seats had been abandoned in favour of a more ambitious scheme and allowed outline planning permission for the original development to expire in September. Continue reading...
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Henry Paulson Sounds Alarm: U.S.-China Relations May Only Get Worse
Whether or not a trade truce is reached, the two countries have been pushed further apart, the former Treasury secretary said.
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Google bans election ads that micro-target voters based on political affiliations
Google will stop allowing advertisers to target election ads using data such as public voter records and general political affiliations.
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CNN confronts Luk Delft about abuse
When CNN confronted Father Luk Delft about allegations that he abused at least two boys in the Central African Republic (CAR), he was unapologetic
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CNN reveals new accusations against pedophile priest
A pedophile priest was sent to work for an aid organization helping vulnerable families in an African country.
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Australian pacemen keep Pakistan in check on opening day of Gabba Test
Pakistan bowled out for 240 after winning toss at GabbaQuicks tear into tourists after wicketless opening sessionMitchell Starc and Pat Cummins have helped clean up Pakistan for 240 after Australia’s bowlers rebounded from their toughest-ever start to a Gabba Test.Cummins finished with figures of 3-60 in his first home Test since claiming the mantle of the world’s best bowler.  Starc had 4-52 and went within a whisker of a hat-trick, before claiming the final wicket on what proved to be the final ball of the opening day. Continue reading...
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Colorado school district closes schools due to illness
A school district in Colorado has closed more than 40 schools for two days after a virus outbreak rapidly spread through the student population, according to school officials.
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BMW orders more than 10 billion euros' worth of battery cells
German carmaker BMW on Thursday said it had ordered more than 10 billion euros' ($11.07 billion) worth of battery cells from Chinese battery cell maker Contemporary Amperex Technology Co (CATL) and Samsung SDI .
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Rangers’ Henrik Lundqvist climbs another rung on all-time wins list
The acceleration up the record books might have slowed down a little bit as the Rangers have gone through this rebuild, but goalie Henrik Lundqvist continues to climb nonetheless. The Blueshirts’ 37-year-old netminder made 30 saves and backstopped his team to a 4-1 win over the Capitals on Wednesday night at the Garden, making it...
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Pentagon denies U.S. is considering pulling troops from South Korea
The Pentagon on Thursday denied a South Korean news report saying that the United States was considering a significant cut to its troop numbers in South Korea if Seoul does not contribute more to the costs of the deployment.
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1 in 4 Europeans hold anti-Semitic beliefs, new survey finds
A new survey shows about one in four Europeans holding anti-Semitic beliefs, with such attitudes on the rise in Eastern and Central European countries. The poll of 14 countries released Thursday by the New York-based Anti-Defamation League (ADL) found that such views have held mostly steady in Western Europe. “It is deeply concerning that approximately...
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Warren, Biden and Buttigieg spoke the most at fifth Democratic debate
Senator Elizabeth Warren, former Vice President Joe Biden and South Bend Mayor Pete Buttigieg each spoke for more than 11 minutes at the fifth Democratic debate, while Tom Steyer and Andrew Yang had the least amount of speaking time. CBSN's Tanya Rivero talks with Republican strategist Leslie Sanchez and Democratic strategist Lynda Tran about the candidates' speaking time.
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Dominion by Tom Holland review – the legacy of Christianity
An absorbing survey of Christianity’s subversive origins and enduring influence is filled with vivid portraits, gruesome deaths and moral debatesTom Holland’s Dominion recounts the history and impact of Christianity from the crucifixion of Jesus to the Beatles’ “All You Need Is Love”. He describes crucifixion as one of the most terrible deaths one can suffer, which must be true in general but if Jesus really did only spend six hours on the cross, as the New Testament reports, he was luckier than most victims, who thrashed around for days. If you really have to be nailed to a cross, the best thing to do is lose a lot of blood beforehand, so by scourging Jesus the Romans unwittingly helped him on his way.Holland might also have pointed out that the ancient Romans reserved crucifixion mostly for political rebels. Jesus may not have been a Lenin, but it might have suited the Jewish leaders to persuade Pontius Pilate, the Roman governor, that he was. He would certainly have knocked around with Zealots, the anticolonial revolutionaries of the day. A few of his disciples were probably paid-up members of the group, as (probably) were the two so-called thieves between whom he hung on the cross. Pilate wouldn’t have needed much convincing to reach for the hammer and nails. Contrary to the gospels’ portrait of him as a kind of Guardian-reading liberal, reluctant to use his power and bemusedly in search of truth, the historical Pilate was a moral monster who would have crucified his own grandmother, and who was finally dismissed from the imperial service for corruption. Continue reading...
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