Variety
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Scientific American - Latest
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RT UK
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Apartment Therapy
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Lauren Singer has a pretty famous jar. The jar itself is nothing special—just a regular pint-sized glass one—but if you're an average American, what's in it is mindblowing. The jar holds all of Singer's trash from the past four years —yes, every last bit of it. READ MORE »
Carscoops
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Out of all the amazing cars youre likely to see in Monaco around this time of year, these modded Ferrari F12berlinettas from Onyx Concept might be among the rarest ones. Read more »
KyivPost
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National security adviser H.R. McMaster on Sunday said he doesn't think relations with the Kremlin have changed since President Trump assumed office. I don't think they've gotten really either better or worse, McMaster said during an interview on Fox News Sunday when asked about the relationship. Read more here The post The Hill: McMaster says US-Russia relations neither better or worse' appeared first on KyivPost .
South China Morning Post
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An Indian state minister has given hundreds of wooden bats to newly-wed brides, urging them to use the paddle as a weapon if their husbands turn alcoholic or abusive. Gopal Bhargava gave the bats which are used to get dirt out of clothes in traditional laundries to nearly 700 brides at a mass wedding organised by the government of central Madhya Pradesh state on Saturday. The nearly foot-long paddles are emblazoned with messages that read: For beating drunkards and...
Ars Technica UK
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LEGO In 2014, Felix Stiessen and Valerie Roche proposed the idea for Saturn V rocket on the LEGO Ideas website . About a year later, their concept received the 10,000 votes necessary for formal consideration by LEGO. The company green-lighted the idea in 2016, and now we have our first look at this set. As a full disclaimer, I am a lifelong fan of LEGOs and a lifelong fan of spaceflight. So don't expect a rational review of this product by Ars. I mean, the final product will have three removable rocket stages, as well as the lunar lander and lunar orbiter. Drool . Read 4 remaining paragraphs | Comments
Lincolnshire Echo
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East Lindsey has the fattest children in England, according to new data which shows obesity rates by council ward. In the district's Sutton-on-Sea ward, 35 per cent of children in Year 6 are classed as obese - the highest rate in England. A further 49 per cent of 10 and 11 year olds in the area are considered overweight, meaning that in total almost every child there is heavier than they should be. READ MORE: Hospitals tell visitors to stay away after outbreak of highly contagious vomiting...
Lincolnshire Echo
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Spitting and urinating in the street have joined the list of offences which could see you now facing a hefty on-the-spot fine. The streets of Boston are to be patrolled daily and anyone caught littering in anyway as well as spitting or urinating will be handed a £75 fine. Other offences include dropping cigarettes and failing to clean up after your dog. READ MORE: 'It's shocking' - Young teenager spits in face of police officer It comes after Boston Borough Council...
Apartment Therapy
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Mashable
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Forget the questions you're meant to ask about potential soulmates, Does she have a good sense of humor? Does he like cats? Who cares! The only real question you need to be asking yourself if you want to find a solid life partner is Do they watch HGTV? Why, you might wonder, does this help me? What about being a devoted viewer of our country's very best cable channel makes someone a better life partner? Well, let me tell youuuuuuuuu. First and most importantly, a love of HGTV proves that you are curious and care about other people. House Hunters (and it's more escapist cousin House Hunters International), Love It or List It, Beachfront Bargain Hunters, Caribbean Life, Log Cabin Living. They're all about other people's lives. Read more... More about Fixer Upper , Property Brothers , House Hunters , Hgtv , and Dating And Relationships
Ars Technica
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euronews
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Mashable
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Mashable
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Six seasons into Game of Thrones , you have to wonder: How many of these characters even care about the Iron Throne anymore? Aren't they busy enough just trying to stay alive? Yes and no, according to Nikolaj Coster-Waldau, who plays Jaime Lannister. The actor, who appears in Netflix's Small Crimes (now streaming) , told Mashable that his character is only invested in the crown because it keeps him alive. I think he cares about it not being someone that the Lannisters can't control, he said of the fate of the Iron Throne. I think [Jaime] understands there's no question that if they lose the crown, obviously they're probably going to lose their heads. Read more... More about Nikolaj Coster Waldau , Jaime Lannister , Game Of Thrones , Hbo , and Television
TIME - Top Stories
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"I think he's in Pennsylvania because he can't take a joke." Hasan Minhaj didn't skimp on the humor during his 25-minute address at the annual White House Correspondents' Dinner. Although he was asked to avoid ribbing the new administration since Trump broke with tradition in not attending and the rest of his royal court followed suit the Daily Show correspondent couldn't help himself. Minhaj served up his many jabs at Trump and the attending news organizations with a side of Real Talk. As a Daily Show correspondent an arbiter of actual, intentional fake news he brings a uniquely outsider perspective to the apparent disconnect in 2017 between the news media and its audience. Read more... More about White House Correspondents Dinner , Hasan Minhaj , Tv , Entertainment , and Entertainment
TIME - Top Stories
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West Briton
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This amazing video of young Grom, Stanley Eric Norman from Bude, shows why the 13 year old, who was metres away from a shark attack in Hawaii, is certainly one to watch in the surfing world. A video of Stanley, which shows him shredding some serious waves in the world's most famous surf spot on the north coast of Hawaii, has gone viral, gaining thousands of views in just a few days. Cornwall Live spoke to Stanley about his amazing journey to find the perfect wave. Read more: Meanwhile in...
Mashable
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"I think he's in Pennsylvania because he can't take a joke." Hasan Minhaj didn't skimp on the humor during his 25-minute address at the annual White House Correspondents' Dinner. Although he was asked to avoid ribbing the new administration since Trump broke with tradition in not attending and the rest of his royal court followed suit the Daily Show correspondent couldn't help himself. Minhaj served up his many jabs at Trump and the attending news organizations with a side of Real Talk. As a Daily Show correspondent an arbiter of actual, intentional fake news he brings a uniquely outsider perspective to the apparent disconnect in 2017 between the news media and its audience. Read more... More about White House Correspondents Dinner , Hasan Minhaj , Tv , Entertainment , and Entertainment
The Iran Project
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Ars Technica UK
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Enlarge (credit: Hencha Voigt / Julieanna Goddard ) Next week, a local judge in Miami-Dade County, Florida, is expected to issue a key ruling in a bizarre sextortion case involving two Miami-area social media personalities. The question before the court is one that has vexed other judges in recent years: can a person be forced to give up a password to decrypt their seized devices? Or, put another way, does the Fifth Amendment right against self-incrimination allow people to keep their encrypted devices locked? "I’m going to have to read these cases with a fine-tooth comb," Circuit Judge Charles Johnson said at a hearing this week, according to the Miami Herald . "I’m surprised by this case." This issue is far from settled law. A former Philadelphia police officer has remained in custody for 18 months and counting for refusing to decrypt a seized hard drive that authorities believe contains child pornography.