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  • 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
  • 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
  • 'Tax us more,' US billionaires say

    "Tax us more!" was the message on Monday from about 20 super-wealthy Americans who urged presidential candidates to back higher taxes on the wealthiest to confront climate change and other priorities.

    phys.org
  • US companies sidestep US Huawei export ban

    US technology companies including Qualcomm and Intel reportedly found ways to sidestep the government’s export

    Mobile World Live
  • US journalist describes being interrogated by US Customs at airport

    When Rolling Stone contributing editor Seth Harp flew home from Mexico, Customs officials at the Austin airport detained him for secondary screening. He was told that he had to comply with a thorough search of his phone and laptop or he wouldn't be allowed to enter the US. In retrospect, I was naive about the kind of agency CBP has become in the Trump era. Though I’ve reported several magazine stories in Mexico, none have been about immigration. Of course, I knew these were the guys putting...

    Boing Boing
  • 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