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  • Is The Middle East Beginning A Self-Correction?

    Is The Middle East Beginning A Self-Correction? Authored by Alastair Crooke via The Strategic Culture Foundation, “Two years, three years, five years’ maximum from now, you will not recognize the same Middle East”, says the former Egyptian FM, Arab League Secretary General and Presidential Candidate, Amr Moussa, in an interview with Al-Monitor. Mousa made some unexpected points, beyond warning of major change ahead (“the thing now is that the simple Arab man follows everything”...

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  • SEC promotes Charlie Hussey to deputy commissioner

    BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (AP) - The Southeastern Conference has promoted Charlie Hussey to deputy commissioner. Commissioner Greg Sankey announced the promotion on Monday, elevating Hussey from associate commissioner for Network Relations and Chief Operating Officer. Hussey assumed the role of Chief Operating Officer in February 2017, directing and managing the day-to-day

    The Washington Times
  • Lizzo Is the Undisputed Queen of Self-Love — Here's How She Got There

    The next episode of #SeeHerStory is all about the "Truth Hurts" singer's rise.
  • A traitor’s self-serving memoir and other commentary

    Security beat: A Traitor’s Self-Serving Memoir Edward Snowden, the civilian contractor who exposed some of the National Security Agency’s most sensitive methods, “has a released a memoir” that paints himself as a “whistleblower superhero,” sighs Edward Jay Epstein at City Journal. Yet the book conveniently elides his less-than-admirable actions and their damaging consequences: Among the

    New York Post
  • Joe Biden Sets His Self-Awareness On Fire

    Democratic presidential candidate former Vice President Joe Biden speaks during a meeting with local residents, Monday, Dec. 2, 2019, in Emmetsburg, Iowa. (AP Photo/Charlie Neibergall) I'm making the charitable assumption that he had any in the first place. Joe Biden has managed to]]
  • What's Worse: These Gucci Snapchat Spectacles Or The Video Promoting Them?

    Despite multiple generations plagued by lacklustre sales, Snap continues to pump out more versions of its try-hard Spectacles. But now, thanks to the release of some limited edition Gucci-themed Spectacles 3, we’re faced with an interesting question. What’s worse, the new Spectacles themselves, or the short film Snap made to promote them? More
  • BBC to promote black and minority 'senior leaders'

    The corporation's boss Tony Hall outlines the plan to place its "BAME talent" in top positions.

    BBC News
  • Can You Really Bring Your Whole Self to Work?

    New research suggests that “code-switching” is evidence that inclusion efforts are falling short.

  • Harman is building a self-driving concert hall

    The storied audio company, which Samsung bought for its ties to the automotive market, is modeling famous venue acoustics to make future rides more like a private concert.

  • Study demonstrates dogs promote page turning

    Reading in the presence of a pooch may be the page-turning motivation young children need, suggests a UBC researcher.
  • Self-driving cars were supposed to be here already — here's why they aren't and when they should arrive

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  • Ana Navarro, Self-Proclaimed Plantation Gatekeeper

    CNN political commentator, The View contributor and erstwhile Republican “strategist” Ana Navarro is now fit to deem racial authenticity, based on recent tweets. It all started with a tweet reacting to a poll that showed a 34 percent approval rate among President Donald Trump with African-Americans.

  • Prominent Nicaraguan journalist returns from self-exile

    Prominent Nicaraguan journalist Carlos Fernando Chamorro has returned to the country after nearly a year in self-exile in neighboring Costa Rica

    ABC News
  • Prominent Nicaraguan journalist returns from self-exile

    Prominent Nicaraguan journalist Carlos Fernando Chamorro has returned to the country after nearly a year in self-exile in neighboring Costa Rica

    Washington Post
  • This electric toothbrush promotes better brushing habits

    TL;DR: The Oral-B Smart 4 4000N electric toothbrush is on sale for £44.99 on Amazon, saving you 65% on list price. Nothing can escape the clutches of the Amazon Black Friday Sale. You might think the shopping event is all about expensive TVs and laptops, but you can also find great value on cheaper items like electric toothbrushes. This is great for anyone looking for deals on potential Christmas presents, because no matter how well behaved someone on your list has been this year, they probably...

  • Enterprise search: Turbo-charged and self-driving

    Improving search increases efficiency, reduces duplication, and creates economic opportunity. Machine learning is the growth engine for enterprise search.

  • Wash Post: Astrology is 'Self-Care' for Millennials

    I recommend Washington Post articles about as often as I check my horoscope. But every once in a while the stars align

  • Kamala Harris’ self-inflicted wound and other commentary

    Libertarian: Harris’ Self-Inflicted Wound Sen. Kamala Harris and Rep. Tulsi Gabbard got into “another lively confrontation” at Wednesday’s debate, Reason’s Elizabeth Nolan Brown ­reports, with Harris saying Gabbard’s foreign policy views and criticisms of the Democratic Party establishment made her unfit to be seeking the party’s nomination. Gabbard retorted: “Our Democratic Party, unfortunately, is not

    New York Post