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China and the US: readying for war in space
The Trump administration has given new life to America's military presence in space --standing up a new Space Force and US Space Command -- as it seeks to dominate space. But US military officials believe China is hot on their heels.
How to Choose the Best Red Lipstick for Your Skin Tone
Find the perfect red lip to match your skin's undertone by using these simple tricks.
Nursery decorating ideas – perfect for your new arrival
From toddler to energetic little one, create a room your kids will love as they grow
Congress GRILLS Twitter CEO: How to battle lies and fake news
The CEO of Twitter simply lie to the congress under oath, claim the company's content moderation practices is not manipulated nor politically motivated, lying under oath that tw...
CEOs of Google, Twitter and Facebook grilled in Senate hearing
Ted Cruz yelled. His Democratic colleague Brian Schatz called the hearing in which he was speaking "a sham." Committee chair Roger Wicker couldn't pronounce the last name of Goo...
VIDEO: News Brief, 28 October
“Dory” The litter eating fish, Public/Private Partnership benefits local students, Nominations open for Order of the Cayman Islands
Now available: McDonald’s adds 3 items to its menu
After the craze produced by McDonald’s Spicy Chicken McNuggets, the fast-food giant is turning to its sweet tooth with its latest menu offerings.
Apple search crawler activity could signal a Google competitor, or a bid to make Siri a one-stop shop
Encouraged by the spate of antitrust activity brewing in both the Justice Department and on Capitol Hill, Apple may be developing a search competitor to Google, according to a r...
Biden’s space policy: One giant leap for climate change
Biden’s pledge to rededicate the U.S. to combating climate change would mean a greater role for NASA’s Earth science research.
Social Security Seemed Like a Future Problem. The Virus Changed That.
Even before the pandemic, Social Security’s finances were under growing pressure. The next president and Congress will play a crucial role in what happens next.
It May Be Too Late To Mail Back Your Ballot. Election Officials Stress Other Options
Election experts say there is no longer enough time to ensure ballots sent through the mail will be delivered in time. They're encouraging voters to deliver their ballots by han...
Ari Fleischer: Biden is 'taking advantage of' a 'broken-down media' that is 'biased against Trump'
The Biden campaign is "taking advantage" of the media bias against President Trump to keep the controversy surrounding former Vice President Joe Biden's son Hunter out of the sp...
Germany and France announce new national lockdowns, saying they have lost control of the coronavirus
German Chancellor Angela Merkel and French President Emmanuel Macron each announced month-long national lockdowns Wednesday, saying health authorities have lost control of skyro...
Facebook, Twitter CEOs struggle to name a single liberal who has been censored on their platforms
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg and Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey struggled to name a single liberal person or entity who has been censored by their social media platforms on Wednesday d...
'Offensive and embarrassing': Senators struggle to pronounce Google CEO Sundar Pichai's name correctly
Senators questioning Google CEO Sundar Pichai alongside Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg and Twitter's Jack Dorsey couldn’t pronounce his name correctly.
London Heathrow loses its crown to Paris as passenger numbers plummet
London Heathrow has lost the title of Europe's busiest airport to Charles de Gaulle in Paris and is downgrading its forecasts for passenger numbers this year and next as the out...
Sen. Cory Gardner goes after Twitter CEO on Trump, Iran censorship for 'Holocaust denial'
Sen. Cory Gardner, R-Colo., questioned Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey during a Senate Commerce Committee hearing with tech giants Wednesday, on how the social media company dictates wh...
Amazon argues Prime Video customers don't own purchased content
The tech giant is arguing in a new court filing that Prime Video customers are actually paying for a limited license for “on-demand viewing over an indefinite period of time.”
UK to start rapid COVID-19 tests at Heathrow on Tuesday
Airlines argue pre-departure virus tests crucial to get people travelling safely again.
US blocks African candidate for WTO chief with eye on China
The U.S. has expressed opposition to Nigerian-born economist Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala for the top job at the World Trade Organization, prolonging a selection process that was expecte...
The boarding school ‘monster’ who always walked free
How Jack Mount preyed on his pupils – and repeatedly evaded justice.
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