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He's one of the most influential British artists of the past 50 years. Now David Hockney's work is being celebrated in a major new exhibition in London. Four years in the planning, it's the largest ever showing of the 79-year-old's works. Al Jazeera's Jessica Baldwin reports from London. - Subscribe to our channel: http://aje.io/AJSubscribe - Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/AJEnglish - Find us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/aljazeera - Check our website: http://www.aljazeera.com/
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If you ask people to think of female classical composers, most would struggle to come up with a name. But now researchers and musicians in the UK are attempting to save some of them from obscurity. Al Jazeera's Jessica Baldwin reports from London.
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Jessica Baldwin-Evans, 16, went missing on Monday when she left her school in Sussex. She did not return home that evening and has not been seen since. Police are increasingly concerned.
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Jessica Baldwin-Evans, 16, went missing on Monday when she left her school in Sussex. She did not return home that evening and has not been seen since. Police are increasingly concerned.
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As I watched Donald Trump pace behind Hillary Clinton during the second presidential debate, I noticed myself growing increasingly uncomfortable. At the time, I attributed my discomfort to the generalized anxiety accompanying this particularly contentious election cycle. It was only when I saw the Saturday Night Live parody of that debate that I realized what had truly spooked me. It was the way Alec Baldwin, playing Donald Trump, lurked menacingly behind Kate McKinnon, playing Hillary Clinton, throughout the event. It was on his final swerve across the frame, to the soundtrack of Jaws, that I understood the source of my distress. There was a time in my own past when a man had lurked menacingly behind me. And there had been absolutely nothing funny about it. I was a third-year medical student planning on a career in surgery. I come from a long line of surgeons, including my father, my grandfather, and several uncles and great-uncles.
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The Daily Mail says it has uncovered a criminal network that makes millions of pounds scamming vulnerable people in the UK. The newspaper claims that members of the network boasted about being able to take advantage of Royal Mail's discounted bulk postage rates and were able to make use of Royal Mail branding on their envelopes to make their letters look more genuine. Let's speak to Marilyn Baldwin now, who has been campaigning on this issue for almost 10 years after her late mother, Jessica, was a victim of postal scamming.
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Cell phones are also faster and less expensive, making it that much simpler for everyone to scroll through their feeds no matter where they are, easily share the news stories they find interesting and post irreverent comments without a solid understanding of their privacy settings and just how far and wide their posts will be seen. “We've created an environment ripe for disagreements,” said Jessica Baldwin-Philippi, a Fordham University professor who studies the relationship between technology and politics. The online squeamishness is also exacerbated because of where many Americans now reside on the political spectrum. The country isnt just divided into red states and blue states. Several recent studies show that people even within their own communities are travelling in ideological packs and seeking out news that reinforces their views. One example, a Pew Research Center report released earlier this month, found nearly half of Clinton’s supporters and a third of Trump’s backers had no close friends backing the other candidate.
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Motherhood has changed her focus, and injury remains a concern, but Jessica Ennis-Hill is in an "amazing place" as she prepares for the last Olympic Games of her glittering career.