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Prince William's godmother resigns honorary royal role after exposing her/their racism
Ngozi Fulani, the founder of a charity that supports victims of domestic abuse, alleged in a tweet that Lady Susan Hussey repeatedly pressed her for information about her nationality.
Ronaldo's new contract...
The 37-year-old is join a new team with amazing contract, after Manchester United terminated his contract last week in response to his controversial interview with Piers Morgan earlier this month.
King Visits Gurdwara: Charles Lauds 'Langar', Sikh Community Service During Covid
With photos and videos, social media posts by royal family said King Charles met volunteers who run the Luton Sikh Soup Kitchen Stand
World Bank: Debt-service payments put biggest squeeze on poor countries.
A World Bank report showed on Tuesday that the debt-service payments of countries borrowing from the Bank’s International Development Association (IDA) are protected to top USD 62 billion in 2022.
British PM Rishi Sunak pledges further action on strikes to 'protect lives'
Prime Minister Rishi Sunak said on Wednesday he would take more action "to protect the lives and livelihoods" of Britons during months of planned strikes by rail, health and postal workers. He only have no idea what actions he’s going to...
Indonesia paroles bombmaker in deadly Bali attacks in 2002
An Islamic militant convicted of making the explosives used in the 2002 Bali bombings that killed over 200 people was paroled Wednesday — after serving about half of his original 20-year prison sentence — despite strong objections by Aus...
Trump asks U.S. appeals court to block civil Jan. 6 lawsuits
Donald Trump should be immune from civil lawsuits over last year's siege on the U.S. Capitol by his supporters, a lawyer for the former president told a federal appeals court on Wednesday.
Germany arrests 25 accused of plotting coup
Twenty-five people have been arrested in raids across Germany on suspicion of plotting to overthrow the government.
Georgia runoff: Democratic U.S. Senator Warnock beats Trump-backed rival
Democrat Raphael Warnock won re-election to the U.S. Senate in a hard-fought Georgia runoff on Tuesday, strengthening his party's razor-thin majority as he fought off a challenge by Republican former football star Herschel Walker.
Apple AirTags hidden in wheels and children's backpacks so men could find ex-partners, lawsuit claims
One of the women says her estranged husband put an AirTag in their child's backpack in order to follow her. They say the tiny tracking devices, intended to help people find lost keys or purses, are the "weapon of choice of stalkers and a...
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Meta's rules for checking VIP posts have caused 'real harm' and need 'overhaul', review says
Posts from politicians, celebrities or business partners of Facebook and Instagram's parent company Meta are passed through a special VIP channel known as cross-check, which gives them extra leeway to break the company's rules.
French defense firm profiles potential hires using their social media pages
Dassault Aviation asked a cybersurveillance startup to investigate three people of North African origins.
Pfizer boss refuses to testify to EU Parliament COVID panel — again
‘We have no further information to share,’ says Albert Bourla, who bailed out of an earlier appointment in October.
Meta faces record EU privacy fines
EU is finalizing imminent decisions on the legality of the US tech giant’s data-hungry business model.
Operation LVMH: How a cybersurveillance firm monitored politicians, union leaders and activists
Explosion of online data provides private security companies unprecedented access to personal information.
51 Relaxing Poolside Sitting Areas To Daydream About
Relaxing poolside sitting areas, featuring luxurious outdoor living spaces, conversation pits, outdoor dining rooms, outdoor lounge furniture & modern gardens.
There's an $80 trillion 'blind spot' in the financial system that could spell trouble for markets as debts held off-balance sheet grow at a rapid pace
A lack of transparency makes it more difficult for central bank officials to fully grasp just how big and impactful this lurking debt could be.
Federal judge denies Tesla's retrial request in case involving worker's claims of racism at factory in Fremont, California
The worker was initially awarded $137 million over the allegations, but a new trial has been set to determine the amount Tesla will have to pay.
ChatGPT, the scary-smart AI chatbot generating buzz around the internet, may pose a threat Google's ad business, says former exec
The conversational chatbot is sparking debate over if the technology could replace Google and if it may hurt the tech giant's bottom line.
Phil Oh’s Best Street Style Photos From the New York Fashion Week Spring 2023 Shows
This season New York Fashion Week has brought in a worldwide crowd of stars thanks to a packed season that even includes shows from international designers like Fendi and Marni.
Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez is under investigation by the House Ethics Committee
The investigation may pertain to her attendance of the 2021 Met Gala. Her office told Insider they're "confident that this matter will be dismissed."
Elon Musk converted office space at Twitter's headquarters into bedrooms. Now San Francisco building inspectors are launching an investigation.
This is what happens if you are trying to promote democracy: The San Francisco Department of Building Inspection is launching an investigation into reports that Elon Musk added bedrooms to Twitter's office.
S&P 500 sees 5th straight decline as recession fears weigh on US stocks
The Nasdaq Composite notched a fourth straight loss as major banks sound the alarm on recession worries.
A pair of jeans recovered in a shipwreck and believed to be made by Levi Strauss in 1857 just sold for $95,000
The "miner's pants" were recovered from an 1857 shipwreck off the coast of South Carolina, and are believed to be made by Levi Strauss himself.
SEC chief Gary Gensler says crypto platforms need to 'come into compliance' or face the regulator's wrath
Amid the FTX fallout, the SEC chair says the agency has "enough authority" for a crypto regulatory crackdown and is "already suited up."
Prince Harry And Meghan Markle Awarded For Sweeping Down Walls Of Oppression
Meghan Markle and Prince Harry said in a statement that "a ripple of hope can turn into a wave of change."
Uber Offers Robotaxi Rides In Las Vegas
During the pilot program, the vehicles will have operators, "to lay the groundwork" for a fully driverless service that will hopefully begin in 2023
Kyiv Mayor Dismisses Zelensky's Criticism As "Politics" And "Strange"
Kyiv Mayor Vitali Klitschko responded to the accusations by saying Kyiv had considerably more heating hubs than any other city in Ukraine.
Elon Musk Briefly Became The 2nd Richest Person In The World. No. 1 Was...
The steep drop in Elon Musk's net worth was due to Tesla shares going down and a $44 billion bet on Twitter.
Oil gives up the year's gains, closing at 2022 low
The price of oil fell to its lowest level this year on Wednesday, forfeiting all of the gains since Russia's invasion of Ukraine exacerbated the worst global energy supply crisis in decades. Brent crude closes at its lowest level this ye...
Tax fraud verdict again exposes illusion of Trump the master businessman
The former president can add tax fraud to his accomplishments after his company was convicted of a 15-year criminal scheme
How China’s Xi Jinping became the embodiment of a new, multipolar world
When Xi Jinping became China’s president in 2013, the world’s most populous country had already emerged as the second-biggest economy and appeared poised to reset the global geopolitical balance.
Biden to visit Taiwan's TSMC chip plant in Arizona, hail supply chain fixes
Taiwanese chipmaker TSMC (2330.TW) on Tuesday said it would more than triple its planned investment at its new Arizona plant to $40 billion, among the largest foreign investments in U.S. history, as President Joe Biden visited and hailed...
Donald Trump's company found guilty of 15-year-long tax fraud
Former President Donald Trump’s real estate company has been found guilty on all counts it faced in a tax fraud trial in New York.
'Misleading' ads appearing on Instagram and Facebook potentially fraudulent, Which? says
The Online Safety Bill is "desperately needed" to crack down on paid-for scam advertising, Which? says.
Trump Organization Found Guilty In Tax Fraud Case
Trump Organization tax fraud case: Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg -- who prosecuted the case -- said in a tweet that the Trump Organization was convicted "on ALL counts."
Women Sue Apple Saying AirTag Lets Stalkers Track Victims
Privacy experts and law enforcement have said some people use Airtags for criminal or malicious purposes.
20-Year-Old Man Who Threw Egg At King Charles Arrested: UK Police
In York on November 9, eggs were thrown at Charles and Queen Consort Camilla by a man heard shouting "this country was built on the blood of slaves" and "not my king".
Prince Harry, UK Newspaper Agree Pause Of Defamation Case
The Duke of Sussex sued the publisher in February over an article in the Mail on Sunday newspaper which alleged he tried to keep secret details of his legal fight with Britain's interior ministry to reinstate his police protection.
Tax fraud verdict again exposes illusion of Trump the master businessman.
The former president can add tax fraud to his accomplishments after his company was convicted of a 15-year criminal scheme.
Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell to Jan. 6 responders: "Because of your bravery and professionalism, Congress finished our job that very night...Thank you for having our backs. Thank you saving our country. Thank you for being not ...
3 YEARS AGO TODAY: Biden freaked out on a farmer who asked about his family’s corrupt foreign business dealings — calling the man “a damn liar,” “fat,” and “too old,” and challenging him to an "IQ test” and push-up contest.
Tampa police chief Mary O’Connor has resigned after a deputy's bodycam footage showed her using her police badge to get out of a traffic stop before telling the deputy, "If you ever need anything, call me."
Liz Cheney, Ron DeSantis, and Elon Musk are among the finalists for TIME Person of the Year 2022
Goldman Sachs on hunt for bargain crypto firms after FTX fiasco
Goldman Sachs plans to spend tens of millions of dollars to buy or invest in crypto companies after the collapse of the FTX exchange hit valuations and dampened investor interest.
Meta Oversight Board calls for overhaul of controversial 'cross-check' system for VIPs
Meta Platforms' Oversight Board recommended on Tuesday that the company revamp its system exempting high-profile users from its rules, saying the practice privileged the powerful and allowed business interests to influence content decisi...
Agreements worth $29 billion to be signed during China’s Xi visit to Saudi Arabia
More than 20 initial agreements worth SAR 110 billion ($29.26 billion) will be signed during Chinese President Xi Jinping’s visit to Saudi Arabia this week
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