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  • Latest Fox News poll has bad news for President Trump, good news for Democrats

    Although early polling for the 2016 presidential contest proved futile, another early 2020 election poll has bad news for President Donald Trump. The Fox News survey, released Sunday, revealed that Trump stands at a 10-point deficit behind former Vice President Joe Biden, the clear frontrunner for the Democratic nomination. Among the 1,001 registered voters who responded for the poll, 49 percent said they support Biden while just 39 percent said they support Trump. ...

    TheBlaze
  • Democratic contenders bash Fox News on Fox News

    For Democratic presidential contenders who choose to engage with Fox News Channel, bashing the network has become part of the playbook

    ABC News
  • Latest Fox News poll has bad news for President Trump, good news for Democrats

    Although early polling for the 2016 presidential contest proved futile, another early 2020 election poll has bad news for President Donald Trump. The Fox News survey, released Sunday, revealed that Trump stands at a 10-point deficit behind former Vice President Joe Biden, the clear frontrunner for the Democratic nomination. Among the 1,001 registered voters who responded for the poll, 49 percent said they support Biden while just 39 percent said they support Trump. ...

    TheBlaze
  • Democratic contenders bash Fox News on Fox News

    For Democratic presidential contenders who choose to engage with Fox News Channel, bashing the network has become part of the playbook

    ABC News
  • The United States Should Welcome a Strong, United Latin America

    We should either support the proposed Latinamérica Unida, or get out of the way.

    www.nytimes.com
  • Queen Elizabeth tells Trump: shared values unite Britain and United States

    Queen Elizabeth said on Monday she was confident the values and interests shared by Britain and the United States would continue to unite the two countries.

    U.S.
  • Latest Fox News poll has bad news for President Trump, good news for Democrats

    Although early polling for the 2016 presidential contest proved futile, another early 2020 election poll has bad news for President Donald Trump. The Fox News survey, released Sunday, revealed that Trump stands at a 10-point deficit behind former Vice President Joe Biden, the clear frontrunner for the Democratic nomination. Among the 1,001 registered voters who responded for the poll, 49 percent said they support Biden while just 39 percent said they support Trump. ...

    TheBlaze
  • Retired general blasts Donald Trump for getting Iran policy advice from Fox News hosts

    "The president is listening to the wrong people, and again he's making short-term announcements and decisions on an issue that's a long-term problem," Mark Hertling warned.

    Newsweek
  • Sunday Politics

    President Trump has promised — and then gone back on — a number of signature actions this past week.

    NPR.org
  • Week In Politics

    President Trump called off an attack that was intended as retaliation for Iran's shooting down of a U.S. military drone.

    NPR.org
  • Donald Trump has repeatedly violated his oath of office: Reason enough for impeachment – No one in living memory has done less to "preserve, protect and defend the Constitution" than Donald Trump

    No one in living memory has done less to "preserve, protect and defend the Constitution" than Donald Trump

    Salon
  • For D-Day, Trump recalls the heroism of ... Donald Trump

    D-Day is, after all, a day for ‘celebrating our president.’

    www.washingtonpost.com
  • "Europe Will Not Be Europe"

    Authored by Guy Milliere via The Gatestone Institute, In the United Kingdom, the Brexit Party victory at 31.6% of the vote was a remarkable achievement that showed the persistent willingness of millions of Britons to leave the European Union. The "populist" positions -- the defense of national sovereignty and European civilization, refusal of uncontrolled immigration and diktats of Brussels technocrats -- have gained ground. The parties that have ruled Europe for decades obtained weak...

    Zero Hedge
  • Celebrating Europe Day

    “The construction of Europe is an art. It is the art of the possible.”— Jacques Chirac

    www.philstar.com
  • Sports publishers are making more money off women's sports

    Growing advertiser interest in the Women's World Cup, women's basketball and other female athletes means new revenue opportunities for sports outlets. The post Sports publishers are making more money off women’s sports appeared first on Digiday.

    Digiday
  • Sports media: Sports Illustrated sells its rights, not its soul

    Magazine’s sale to non-media entity won’t affect its journalistic standards. I don’t see many movies, so I’m about to date myself. Remember “Conspiracy Theory” with Mel Gibson and Julia Roberts from 1997? Hey, that’s only 22 years ago – half my life ago Anyway, Roberts’ character, government lawyer Alice Sutton, notices that Gibson’s character, paranoid conspiracy theorist Jerry Fletcher, has a dozen copies of “Catcher in the Rye” on a shelf. Jerry admits to owning more that he stores elsewhere...

    Chicago Sun-Times
  • Podcast: Crime Reporters On The Growing Popularity Of The True Crime Genre

    The hosts of the new crime podcast, "22 Hours: An American Nightmare" join the Federalist Radio Hour to discuss crime reporting, true crime, and storytelling.

    The Federalist
  • Lives Ruined for Petty Crimes

    Punishment Without Crime: How Our Massive Misdemeanor System Traps the Innocent and Makes America More Unequal, by Alexandra Natapoff, Basic Books, 352 pages, $30 The plight of Ashley, chronicled in a recent class-action lawsuit filed in Tennessee, reads like a Book of Job as written by a petty bureaucrat. The 26-year-old single mother was working at Waffle House, making $2.13 an hour plus tips, when she was pulled over in a Nashville suburb. Cited for speeding and failure to carry proof of...

    Reason.com
  • Sports publishers are making more money off women's sports

    Growing advertiser interest in the Women's World Cup, women's basketball and other female athletes means new revenue opportunities for sports outlets. The post Sports publishers are making more money off women’s sports appeared first on Digiday.

    Digiday
  • Sports media: Sports Illustrated sells its rights, not its soul

    Magazine’s sale to non-media entity won’t affect its journalistic standards. I don’t see many movies, so I’m about to date myself. Remember “Conspiracy Theory” with Mel Gibson and Julia Roberts from 1997? Hey, that’s only 22 years ago – half my life ago Anyway, Roberts’ character, government lawyer Alice Sutton, notices that Gibson’s character, paranoid conspiracy theorist Jerry Fletcher, has a dozen copies of “Catcher in the Rye” on a shelf. Jerry admits to owning more that he stores elsewhere...

    Chicago Sun-Times
  • Criticise us, but don't abuse us

    The Pakistan captain understands the frustrations of their fans but pleaded with them not to get personal

    www.espncricinfo.com
  • How ‘Fleabag’ Seduces Us, Then Accuses Us

    She flirts with a priest. Then she flirts with the camera. The fourth wall breaks and — suddenly — we’re complicit in her self destruction.

    www.nytimes.com
  • Trump's business continues to rake in business from Trump's presidency

    Donald Trump is turning the government and Republican campaigns into his own best customers, as his insistence on visiting his own properties brings government officials with him and sends a message to Republicans about how to get in his good graces—and maybe get a presidential appearance at their fundraisers. An analysis by The Washington Post finds that Trump’s visits and campaign events held at his properties have meant at least $1.6 million, and probably significantly more, in business for...

    Daily Kos
  • Restricting abortion 'bad for business,' business leaders say

    Top executives from more than 180 companies have a message for lawmakers: Restricting abortion is "bad for business." A letter endorsed by the business leaders appeared as a full-page ad in Monday's New York Times, declaring "it's time for companies to stand up for reproductive health care." They argue that limiting access to comprehensive care, "including abortion," threatens "the health, independence, and economic stability of our employees and customers." The letter says strict abortion laws...

    WPLG
  • North America tipped to lead 5G uptake

    Ericsson predicted North America will have the highest proportion of 5G subscriptions by the end

    Mobile World Live
  • North Korea warns America: Our patience is wearing thin

    The North Korean foreign ministry demanded the U.S. abandon its "current way of calculation" if it wished to revive bilateral talks.

    Newsweek
  • Battlefield V: Breaking down the EA Play news from E3

    Ryan McArthur of DICE walks us through Battlefield V's latest chapter, from the Marita map to Operation Underground.

    VentureBeat
  • Latest Fox News poll has bad news for President Trump, good news for Democrats

    Although early polling for the 2016 presidential contest proved futile, another early 2020 election poll has bad news for President Donald Trump. The Fox News survey, released Sunday, revealed that Trump stands at a 10-point deficit behind former Vice President Joe Biden, the clear frontrunner for the Democratic nomination. Among the 1,001 registered voters who responded for the poll, 49 percent said they support Biden while just 39 percent said they support Trump. ...

    TheBlaze
  • CBS expands its streaming local news service to Los Angeles

    CBS has expanded its local news streaming service to Los Angeles after it debuted CBSN New York in December, giving Los Angelenos another way to find out what's happening around town. The ad-supported CBSN Los Angeles includes continuous news coverag

    Engadget
  • Local 10 News family mourns loss of Todd Tongen

    Local 10 News journalists are trained to cover heart-breaking tragedies. They perform their duties under stress even when they are in pain themselves. The local newsroom often grieves with the community, and it wasn't any different on Monday when the newsroom lost one of their own.   At 56, Todd Tongen, a beloved Local 10 News veteran, died at home in Broward County's town of Southwest Ranches. For Jeff Weinsier, an investigative reporter who has been with Local 10 News for 25 years, Tongen was...

    WPLG
  • Iran state news agency says Revolutionary Guard shoots down US drone; US military declines to immediately comment

    Iran state news agency says Revolutionary Guard shoots down US drone; US military declines to immediately comment

    www.washingtonpost.com
  • Iran state news agency says Revolutionary Guard shoots down US drone; US military declines to immediately comment

    Iran state news agency says Revolutionary Guard shoots down US drone; US military declines to immediately comment

    ABC News
  • Latest Fox News poll has bad news for President Trump, good news for Democrats

    Although early polling for the 2016 presidential contest proved futile, another early 2020 election poll has bad news for President Donald Trump. The Fox News survey, released Sunday, revealed that Trump stands at a 10-point deficit behind former Vice President Joe Biden, the clear frontrunner for the Democratic nomination. Among the 1,001 registered voters who responded for the poll, 49 percent said they support Biden while just 39 percent said they support Trump. ...

    TheBlaze
  • Africa Cup of Nations needs action on field to provide good news

    The best players have made it to Egypt and some new names should make the tournament tight and competitive The blue and orange seats of Cairo International Stadium make an attractive spectacle and the playing surface, at least when set against the ferocious heat, looks verdant. Every tournament eve brings its flutter of anticipation; that moment when reservations take a back seat and the simple joy of a month’s football takes root. It applies to the Africa Cup of Nations as much as any other...

    the Guardian
  • Governing Hong Kong: the poisoned chalice of politics

    When Carrie Lam was selected for Hong Kong's top job two years ago, she pledged to "unite and move forward", a sign she would balance the desires of the city's free-wheeling citizens against the demand for control from the Communist Party in Beijing.

    U.S.
  • The answer to political corruption is more sunlight for government, not for private citizens

    A recent raid by San Francisco police on the home of a freelance journalist has put the spotlight on how government officials can abuse their power to target dissenting voices.

    Washington Examiner
  • "Europe Will Not Be Europe"

    Authored by Guy Milliere via The Gatestone Institute, In the United Kingdom, the Brexit Party victory at 31.6% of the vote was a remarkable achievement that showed the persistent willingness of millions of Britons to leave the European Union. The "populist" positions -- the defense of national sovereignty and European civilization, refusal of uncontrolled immigration and diktats of Brussels technocrats -- have gained ground. The parties that have ruled Europe for decades obtained weak...

    Zero Hedge
  • UK Issues Travel Warnings For Western Europe – Terrorism, Violent Protests, Migrants

    British vacationers told to remain vigilant

    www.infowars.com
  • Aging Asia to need more domestic helpers

    As Asia remains “on track to become one of the oldest regions” in the world in the next few decades, the need for domestic helpers also grows rapidly, the International Labor Organization (ILO) said yesterday. by Sheila Crisostomo

    philstar.com
  • Asia markets lower as geopolitical tensions linger

    Stocks in Asia were lower in Friday afternoon trade. Meanwhile, oil prices spiked as tensions in the Middle East continue to heat up.

    CNBC
  • NEWS CORP Attacks Internet Platforms for Hurting News Business...

    NEWS CORP Attacks Internet Platforms for Hurting News Business

    www.bloomberg.com
  • How much is Google reaping from the news business?

    A new study says the search giant generates $4.7 billion in revenue from news publishers, but Google disputes the numbers.

    CNET
  • Soccer: Spain striker Torres retires from soccer

    Spain's World Cup winning striker Fernando Torres announced his retirement from football on Friday, bringing an end to a glittering 18-year career.

    IN
  • Soccer: Turkey accuses Iceland of disrespect to soccer team

    Turkey accused Icelandic officials on Monday of showing disrespect to its visiting soccer team, after players said they were kept waiting at passport control for three hours and had their bags searched.

    IN
  • Democratic contenders bash Fox News on Fox News

    For Democratic presidential contenders who choose to engage with Fox News Channel, bashing the network has become part of the playbook

    Washington Post
  • Democratic contenders bash Fox News on Fox News

    NEW YORK (AP) - Julian Castro is the latest Democratic presidential contender to follow the trend of criticizing Fox News Channel while appearing on the network for a town hall. The former Housing secretary's scolding of Fox on Thursday for its coverage of Hillary Clinton was mild compared to recent

    The Washington Times
  • Democratic contenders bash Fox News on Fox News

    NEW YORK (AP) " Julian Castro is the latest Democratic presidential contender to follow the trend of criticizing Fox News Channel while appearing on the network for a town hall.The former Housing secretary's scolding of Fox on Thursday for its coverage of Hillary Clinton was mild compared to recent attacks by Pete Buttigieg and Kirsten Gillibrand. But it drew an answer from moderator Bret Baier.The exchange illustrated the strong feelings Fox generates among many Democrats for [

    The Palm Beach Post
  • Democratic contenders bash Fox News on Fox News

    For Democratic presidential contenders who choose to engage with Fox News Channel, bashing the network has become part of the playbook

    Washington Post
  • Democratic contenders bash Fox News on Fox News

    NEW YORK (AP) - Julian Castro is the latest Democratic presidential contender to follow the trend of criticizing Fox News Channel while appearing on the network for a town hall. The former Housing secretary's scolding of Fox on Thursday for its coverage of Hillary Clinton was mild compared to recent

    The Washington Times
  • Democratic contenders bash Fox News on Fox News

    NEW YORK (AP) " Julian Castro is the latest Democratic presidential contender to follow the trend of criticizing Fox News Channel while appearing on the network for a town hall.The former Housing secretary's scolding of Fox on Thursday for its coverage of Hillary Clinton was mild compared to recent attacks by Pete Buttigieg and Kirsten Gillibrand. But it drew an answer from moderator Bret Baier.The exchange illustrated the strong feelings Fox generates among many Democrats for [

    The Palm Beach Post
  • Correction: United States-Nicaragua

    Correction: United States-Nicaragua story

    ABC News
  • What comes next after the United States?

    When a society loses faith in itself, something must fill the void.

    www.americanthinker.com
  • The smart money is hedging against the United States

    Wall Street is giddy about the possibility that the Federal Reserve could lower interest rates as soon as July. The S&P 500 traded at an all-time trading high Thursday. But some experts think it's time investors look outside the United States.

    CNN
  • Trump leveled by retired general for making Iran war decisions based on advice from Fox News hosts

    During a panel discussion on the increased tensions between the U.S. and Iran after a drone was shot down by the Middle Eastern country in international airspace, a retired general claimed he was worried about Donald Trump’s response based upon who it appears the president listens to when it comes to advice. Speaking with host [

    @rawstory
  • Democratic contenders bash Fox News on Fox News

    For Democratic presidential contenders who choose to engage with Fox News Channel, bashing the network has become part of the playbook

    ABC News
  • Democratic contenders bash Fox News on Fox News

    For Democratic presidential contenders who choose to engage with Fox News Channel, bashing the network has become part of the playbook

    Washington Post
  • Week In Politics

    President Trump now says he would alert the FBI if a foreign power offered him dirt on a political opponent.

    NPR.org
  • The Politics of Dystopia

    Why right and left both fear that liberal proceduralism might not be enough.

    www.nytimes.com
  • Sunday Politics

    After nearly starting a trade war with Mexico, President Trump has pulled back his threat of tariffs.

    NPR.org
  • Donald Trump inserting campaign funds directly into his own pocket through dying Trump Tower

    Those donating to Donald Trump’s 2020 election fund are directly plugging a financial hole in Trump’s struggling real estate “empire.” With more and more of Trump Tower turning into the vertical equivalent of a failing suburban mall, Trump’s campaign is filling up that space. And his campaign is routing funds right back into Trump’s pockets. Since the 2016 election, tenants have been bailing out of leases at Trump Tower. For individuals, both plunging property values and increasing hassle have...

    Daily Kos
  • Abbreviated Pundit Round-up: Donald Trump is a sexual assaulter, amid other horrors of the Trump era

    E Jean Carroll/The Cut Hideous Men Donald Trump assaulted me in a Bergdorf Goodman dressing room 23 years ago. But he’s not alone on the list of awful men in my life. Why haven’t I “come forward” before now? Receiving death threats, being driven from my home, being dismissed, being dragged through the mud, and joining the 15 women who’ve come forward with credible stories about how the man grabbed, badgered, belittled, mauled, molested, and assaulted them, only to see the man turn it...

    Daily Kos
  • Sarah Sanders to leave Trump White House, Donald Trump announces in unexpected Tweet

    "After 3 1/2 years, our wonderful Sarah Huckabee Sanders will be leaving the White House at the end of the month"

    Newsweek
  • The Center Isn't Holding In Europe

    Authored by Tom Luongo via The Strategic Culture Foundation, If there is one big takeaway from the recent European Parliamentary elections it is that centrist parties which stand for nothing in particular represent a lot fewer people. From both the ‘left’ and the ‘right’ the center lost ground across Europe. The Euroskeptics got a lot of press in the run up to these elections and the final result was pretty much in line with expectations, with a couple of exceptions. The pro-EU left lost a...

    Zero Hedge
  • Europeans Voted for Europe Not against It

    Joergen Oerstroem Moeller Security, Europe EU-skeptic parties did not do as well as projected. When Europeans voted on May 23–26, 2019, it was the ninth time since direct elections to the European Parliament was introduced in 1979. There was a general feeling that Europeans might use the opportunity to voice their dissatisfaction with the speed of European integration—as seen with Brexit and skeptical or anti-European Union parties gaining ground in several member states such as Italy, Poland,...

    The National Interest
  • The Battle for Europe, Part 1

    Nationalist movements are taking root across the Continent. In a five-part series, we ask: Can the European Union survive?

    www.nytimes.com
  • Sports media: White Sox are on the rise, and so are their ratings on NBC Sports Chicago

    The South Siders are up 41 percent from last season, and their streaming numbers are up a lot more. It’s a great time to be a White Sox fan. Yes, Cubs fans, such a time does exist. The Sox are at a place in their rebuild where their games finally are more compelling than confounding. They’re giving their fans reasons to watch that are more tangible than the hope that accompanies each prospect. Sox fans see the future, and they like what they see. In fact, the Sox’ ratings on NBC Sports Chicago...

    Chicago Sun-Times
  • Sports media: The new NBC Sports Chicago says its calling card will be access

    Starting in October, the home of the Blackhawks, Bulls and White Sox will have a different feel to it. The Cubs’ Marquee Sports Network will launch in February, but before then, another local regional sports network will debut. The new NBC Sports Chicago. It’s not moving in your channel lineup, and it might look just the same. But starting in October, the home of the Blackhawks, Bulls and White Sox will have a different feel to it. “It’s not the same old, same old minus one,” said Brooks Boyer,...

    Chicago Sun-Times
  • Sports Data Policies Could Represent Next Big Antitrust Challenge For Pro Sports Leagues

    As Major League Baseball and the NBA seek to centralize ownership of game data and force business partners to acquire this data, both leagues place themselves at reasonable risk of an antitrust challenge.

    Forbes
  • Is the Show ‘Cops’ Committing Crimes Itself?

    Along with the show’s history of coercion and complicity in abuse, Police Departments featured can effectively make “any changes they deem necessary.”

    www.nytimes.com
  • Is showing compassion to migrants a crime?

    Trump – and governments across the western world – are putting humanitarians on trial. That should scare us On 11 June, a federal jury in Tucson, Arizona refused to convict the immigration activist Scott Warren on felony charges that could have sent him to prison for twenty years. What had Warren done to merit such extreme punishment? In January 2018, he committed the unconscionable act of offering food, water, and lodging to two migrants who had crossed the US-Mexico border without...

    the Guardian
  • Baltimore: More Gun Control, More Crime

    Shootings are surging in Baltimore despite the presence of bans on "assault weapons" and "high capacity" magazines, two of the Democrats' go-to gun controls.

    Breitbart
  • Sports media: White Sox are on the rise, and so are their ratings on NBC Sports Chicago

    The South Siders are up 41 percent from last season, and their streaming numbers are up a lot more. It’s a great time to be a White Sox fan. Yes, Cubs fans, such a time does exist. The Sox are at a place in their rebuild where their games finally are more compelling than confounding. They’re giving their fans reasons to watch that are more tangible than the hope that accompanies each prospect. Sox fans see the future, and they like what they see. In fact, the Sox’ ratings on NBC Sports Chicago...

    Chicago Sun-Times
  • Sports media: The new NBC Sports Chicago says its calling card will be access

    Starting in October, the home of the Blackhawks, Bulls and White Sox will have a different feel to it. The Cubs’ Marquee Sports Network will launch in February, but before then, another local regional sports network will debut. The new NBC Sports Chicago. It’s not moving in your channel lineup, and it might look just the same. But starting in October, the home of the Blackhawks, Bulls and White Sox will have a different feel to it. “It’s not the same old, same old minus one,” said Brooks Boyer,...

    Chicago Sun-Times
  • Sports Data Policies Could Represent Next Big Antitrust Challenge For Pro Sports Leagues

    As Major League Baseball and the NBA seek to centralize ownership of game data and force business partners to acquire this data, both leagues place themselves at reasonable risk of an antitrust challenge.

    Forbes
  • Reparations? How about an end to the murder of us by us?

    What good are reparations to a dead man? To a people whose sons and daughters, gunned down in genocidal proportions, will never breathe again? Damn reparations! Let’s stop the slayings. What good are reparations to a dead man? To a people whose sons and daughters, gunned down in genocidal proportions, will never breathe again? When these streets run with a generation’s blood, like gutters gushing with summer rain? Insane. Let us take up a more imminent cause: The murder of us by us. The...

    Chicago Sun-Times
  • A US strike on Iran would be disastrous for the region — and likely for the US

    The US is building a case that Iran was behind the tanker bombings, which could be a justification for retaliation strikes. But some experts say that a military strike would not only set off other conflicts in the region, but work against the US's interests. Iran is involved in multiple regional conflicts, which could ignite in the event of a US strike. "What could start as a limited tit-for-tat has the potential of quickly turning into a regional conflagration," an expert told INSIDER. Visit...

    Business Insider
  • US stocks climb after US suspends tariffs on Mexican goods

    Technology companies and banks helped power stocks higher on Wall Street Monday as investors welcomed news that the U.S. and Mexico averted a trade war and potentially damaging tariffs. The latest gains extend the market's winning streak to a fifth day. That follows the strongest week for stocks since November

    The Washington Times
  • Restricting abortion is 'bad for business,' 180 business leaders say

    Top executives from more than 180 companies have a message for lawmakers: Restricting abortion is "bad for business." A letter declaring it's "time for companies to stand up for reproductive health care" appeared in a full-page ad in Monday's New York Times.

    cnn.it
  • Women entrepreneurs and business executives say the abortion bans are harmful and terrible for business

    Business leaders are publicly speaking out about the recent surge of new anti-abortion legislation, and female entrepreneurs told INSIDER they're "angry and saddened" by the measures.  In April and May of 2019, the governors of six US states signed some of the most restrictive abortion bans in the country into law. On June 10, executives and leaders from over 187 major corporations including Bloomberg, H&M, Postmates, and Slack published a full-page ad in The New York Times denouncing the...

    Business Insider
  • A non-aboriginal business has licensed the copyright on Australia's aboriginal flag, and are making copyright claims against aboriginal businesses

    In 1971, the Australian indigenous artist Harold Thomas created the iconic Australian Aboriginal Flag which has since been named one of the "official flags of Australia," which resulted in Thomas successfully suing to assert copyright over the design. Thomas subsequently sold the "exclusive, worldwide copyright license" to a business called WAM Clothing. WAM is using its copyright to target the aboriginal-owned social enterprise Spark Health whose registered social purpose is "health...

    Boing Boing
  • Money: The One Thing America Could Give to North Korea to Denuclearize?

    Robert E. Kelly Security, Asia One of the National Interest's most popular North Korea scholars puts forward for debate an interesting—and controversial—idea. Could this work? It is tempting to blame North Korea for failed nuclear negotiations. Pyongyang has certainly been a dubious, cheating counter-party in the past, most recently over the “Leap Day Deal.” It is also true that North Korean leader Kim Jong-un offered President Donald Trump a lopsided, heavily North Korea-balanced deal—full...

    The National Interest
  • Wise Words From Mercedes Abramo, Cartier North America's CEO & President

    Cartier CEO Mercedes Abramo is stopping by our Life Lessons podcast to offer up words of wisdom for aspiring businesswomen.

    Who What Wear
  • HTC Vive Pro Eye is now out in North America for $1,599

    At CES earlier this year, HTC showed off an updated Vive Pro headset with eye-tracking capabilities that can follow a user's eyeballs in real time. Now, the company has finally made the device available in North America after rolling it out in other

    www.engadget.com
  • BREAKING NEWS: Motorcyclist dies after being struck by lightning on I-95, FHP says

    A motorcyclist died Sunday afternoon after being struck by lightning on I-95 in Volusia County, according to the Florida Highway Patrol.

    WFTV
  • NFL News: Eagles Sign Carson Wentz To Record-Breaking Contract

    The Philadelphia Eagles have signed star young quarterback Carson Wentz to a four-year contract extension. It guarantees him the most guaranteed cash for a player in NFL history.

    Forbes
  • Carrie Underwood makes time to 'cry for no reason' ... as news breaks that the singer is being sued

    Carrie Underwood makes time to 'cry for no reason.' The 36-year-old musician revealed the weird ritual in an interview with People magazine.

    Mail Online
  • Latest Fox News poll has bad news for President Trump, good news for Democrats

    Although early polling for the 2016 presidential contest proved futile, another early 2020 election poll has bad news for President Donald Trump. The Fox News survey, released Sunday, revealed that Trump stands at a 10-point deficit behind former Vice President Joe Biden, the clear frontrunner for the Democratic nomination. Among the 1,001 registered voters who responded for the poll, 49 percent said they support Biden while just 39 percent said they support Trump. ...

    TheBlaze
  • Missouri media provide a model for local outlets when covering breaking abortion-related news

    Sarah Wasko / Media Matters On May 28, the last remaining abortion clinic in Missouri announced that it would be forced to stop providing abortion services within the week, after the Department of Health and Senior Services refused to renew the clinic’s license. Following the announcement, coverage from many local media outlets accurately and effectively reported on the breaking news.  Though a judge issued a temporary restraining order that allows the clinic to continue providing abortion care...

    Media Matters for America
  • U.S. House panel debates giving local news outlets ‘lifeline’ in ad fight

    Bipartisan U.S. efforts to give news outlets new tools to collectively negotiate with large tech firms collecting the bulk online advertising revenue won support on Tuesday at a U.S. House Committee hearing on the fate of local journalism.

    U.S.
  • China reportedly blocks access to US news sites

    The Great Firewall of China has taken down access to The Guardian, The Intercept, NBC News and HuffPost, a report says.

    CNET
  • Criticise us, but don't abuse us

    The Pakistan captain understands the frustrations of their fans but pleaded with them not to get personal

    www.espncricinfo.com
  • Google News failed us, says New York Times

    The service pointed readers to an aggregated version of a New York Times scoop.

    Washington Post
  • Australian police raids on national broadcaster, News Corp prompt outcry

    Police raided the offices of Australia's national broadcaster on Wednesday over allegations it had published classified material, the second raid on a media outlet in two days, prompting complaints that the "outrageous" raids hindered media freedom.

    IN
  • Australian police raids on national broadcaster, News Corp prompt outcry

    Police raided the offices of Australia's national broadcaster on Wednesday over allegations it had published classified material, the second raid on a media outlet in two days, prompting complaints that the "outrageous" raids hindered media freedom.

    U.S.
  • ‘Fake news’ a national security threat, poll finds; Few losing sleep over climate change

    by WorldTribune Staff, June 6, 2019 Misinformation and disinformation in the form of “fake news” is a threat to U.S. national security, according to a Pew Research Center survey. A large majority of Americans (68 percent) believe fake news and information has a big impact on their trust in government, according to the survey. In the poll, conducted between Feb. 19 and March 4 on the Center’s American Trends Panel, 50 percent said made-up news and information was...

    World Tribune: Window on the Real World
  • Rival governments vie for power in Moldova political crisis

    Moldova's ousted president says he wants to cancel a decision by his interim replacement to dissolve parliament amid a deepening political crisis.

    www.abc6.com
  • Analysis: Why not take political dirt from a foreign government? So many reasons

    It sounds almost reasonable coming out of President Donald Trump's mouth.

    CNN
  • Government watchdog: Trump aide Conway should be fired for political comments

    A U.S. government watchdog agency on Thursday recommended Kellyanne Conway, a senior adviser to President Donald Trump, be fired for repeatedly violating U.S. law with political comments while serving in the White House.

    U.S.
  • White House’s next foreign visitor: Matteo Salvini, the closest thing Western Europe has to Trump

    Italy's deputy prime minister — who is visiting Washington this weekend — is proving that perhaps the best way to have decent relations with Trump’s administration is to be a little bit like the president himself.

    www.washingtonpost.com
  • Celebrating Europe Day

    “The construction of Europe is an art. It is the art of the possible.”— Jacques Chirac

    www.philstar.com
  • The Center Isn't Holding In Europe

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