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Ronan Farrow on the #MeToo Movement: ‘This Was Never About Taking Out Powerful People.’

It’s been a big week for Ronan Farrow: the journalist and lawyer won a Pulitzer Prize for his reporting on Harvey Weinstein for the New Yorker, was named to the TIME 100 for 2018 and published a new book, War on Peace: The End of Diplomacy and the D


Self-Driving Cars And Humans Face Inevitable Collisions

In 1938, when there were just about one-tenth the number of cars on U.S. roadways as there are today, a brilliant psychologist and a pragmatic engineer joined forces to write one of the most influential works ever published on driving.


Facebook is sliding after publishing a list of rules about what is and isn't allowed on the platform (FB)

Facebook published a list of guidelines on objectionable content, violent and criminal behavior, and intellectual property Tuesday morning. Shares are down more than 3%.  Facebook reports earnings after Wednesday's closing bell.  Facebook

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20% of financial firms like banks and hedge funds are looking to trade cryptocurrencies soon, survey finds

One in five firms are considering trading digital currency in the next three to 12 months, according to a new Thomson Reuters survey published this week.


Virago to publish two new collections by Ballet Shoes author Noel Streatfeild

The forgotten stories, discovered among the late writer’s papers, will be published beginning in November with Christmas Story CollectionTwo collections of forgotten stories by Noel Streatfeild are to be published for the first time. They were discovere


Lonely Millennials More Prone To Mental Illness And Unemployment, Study Suggests

Lonely millennials are more likely to experiencemental healthproblems than the general population, with the chances of experiencingdepression or anxiety, or attempting suicide, more than doubling, new research suggests. According to the study, p


Doubts Sargeant inquiry will report before FM steps down

A letter raises questions on whether the findings will be published before Carwyn Jones steps down.


Elliott's New Korean Target May Prove Willing

The activist investor has published its proposal to revamp Hyundai. It may not get everything it asks for, but it could still generate some good returns.


OnePlus 6 News: CEO Confirms Glass Back, But Not Wireless Charging

OnePlus CEO Pete Lau has confirmed that the company’s first flagship Android phone for 2018, the OnePlus 6, will indeed arrive with a glass back. Lau published a lengthy blog post explaining the decision behind the change in design.


Roy of the Rovers to make return after 17-years away in September with series of new comic books

ROY OF THE ROVERS is months away from making a stunning comeback – after 17 years in the footballing wilderness. The adventures of Roy Race became a national institution after they were first published in the 1950s. The series was cancelled in 2001


One in five financial institutions consider cryptocurrency trading, survey says

LONDON (Reuters) - One in five financial institutions is considering trading cryptocurrencies within the next 12 months, a survey published by Thomson Reuters on Tuesday found.


MSNBC star Joy Reid backpedals on apology for homophobic slurs published on her pre-fame blog

MSNBC star Joy Reid claims that a series of homophobic comments on her old blog, “The Reid Report,” were not written by her despite the fact that she has already apologized for much of the rhetoric.


Facebook is being sued for defamation by an entrepreneur over fake ads

Martin Lewis is to sue Facebook for defamation, claiming it published more than 50 fake adverts using his name


Meet The Real-Life King Of The NFL Mock Draft

No NFL mock-drafter has a better record over the last five years than Jason Boris of the Lehighton (Pa.) Times-News., according to The Huddle Report, a website that scores the success of about 100 published mock-drafters.


Voter support for Japan's Abe slips amid calls for finance minister to quit

TOKYO (Reuters) - Voter support for Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, battered by accusations of cronyism and other government missteps, slipped in three newspaper surveys published on Monday, as opposition parties demanded that his finance minister re

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Call to ban fast food shops from opening within 400 metres of EVERY SCHOOL to tackle obesity epidemic

FAST food shops should be banned from opening up within 400 meters of every school, according to top docs. The Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health wants the measure to be made a part of the childhood obesity strategy – due to be published


Prince’s handwritten poetry and lyrics could be released by Paisley Park

His never-before-seen photos and journals could also be published.


Risk Food And Drink Prices Will Increase If There Is A No Deal Brexit, MPs Warn

A no deal Brexit risks an increase in food and drink prices for consumers and would cause “seismic” damage to the chocolate, cheese, beef, pork and drinks industries, MPs have warned.In a report published on Sunday, the Commons Business, 


2 sheriff's deputies killed in suspected ambush in Florida

WTXL Two sheriff's deputies in Florida were shot and killed during a suspected ambush in a restaurant. The suspect is dead. The suspect is believed to have walked up to the restaurant and shot the deputies through the window. Two sheriff's deputies in


Doctor who gave Asperger syndrome its name helped Nazis kill children, study says

The Austrian doctor for whom Asperger syndrome is named helped the Nazis kill disabled children during World War II, according to a study published Thursday.


Parkland survivor David Hogg rides wave of activism with book co-published with sister Lauren

The Hogg siblings’ book will chronicle the rise of the #NeverAgain movement — and comes with a big endorsement


Gemma's hijacked my body: Model FURY at TOWIE star's photoshopped pictures

GEMMA Collins is facing possible legal action after pictures were published of her head “terribly” photoshopped onto another model’s body.


Nissan, Ford, FCA lead European car sales decline

PARIS (Reuters) - European car registrations fell 5.2 percent in March, led by Nissan , Ford and Fiat Chrysler , according to data published on Wednesday by auto industry association ACEA.

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Trump says US had 'high level' talks with North Korea

President Trump is meeting with Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe in Florida as former FBI director James Comey's book is published. Follow here for the latest.

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Facebook explains how it can collect info about you even if you never post on Facebook

Facebook just published a lengthy blog post explaining when it and others collect data on internet users.


The New York Times editorial board just drew a line in the sand for Republicans on Russia

As Donald Trump openly toys with the possibility of firing deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein or special counsel Robert Mueller (or both), the New York Times editorial board has published a striking and strident piece warning Republicans that the time

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