France summons Italian envoy over Africa remarks

The Italian ambassador is summoned after Deputy PM Luigi di Maio accuses France of exploiting Africa.

Asian stocks poised for cautious trading amid concerns about the global economic outlook

The IMF reduced its estimate for global growth on Monday, cautioning that the growth momentum seen in recent years is slowing.

Roger Dickey ditches $32M-funded Gigster to start Untitled Labs

Most founders don’t walk away from their startup after raising $32 million and reaching 1000 clients. But Roger Dickey’s heart is in consumer tech, and his company Gigster had pivoted to doing outsourced app development for enterprises instead of scrappy entrepreneurs. So today Dickey announced that he’d left his role as Gigster CEO, with former […]

Next Dodge Challenger Might Be Electrified, Says FCA Boss

The end of the muscle car is near… or is it? Crack open your automotive history books, kids – today we’re talking about the Dodge Challenger. The beloved muscle car – of which Dodge sold

Kourtney Kardashian Sports Casual Style With BFF Larsa Pippen & Kids

Kourtney Kardashian spent a fun night out with her bestie, Larsa Pippen, and their kids on Sunday night. According to the Daily Mail, Kourtney and Larsa were spotted treating their kids to dinner at Nobu

How to Enhance the Usability of your Payment Systems

When the word “Usability” pops-up, quite often users confuse it with — “User Experience”. The usability of any product shapes its user experience, and thus, usability is a part of UX. Usability is not just the comfort

Russian Institutions Back Proposal to Let Companies Use Cryptocurrency

Russian Institutions Back Proposal to Let Companies Use CryptocurrenciesAn idea to allow companies from certain sectors and in some regions to use cryptocurrencies is gaining traction in Russia. The proposal has been included in a draft law prepared by the Economy Ministry, a high-ranking parliamentarian has voiced his support, and big business is discussing its implementation. Also read: No Reason to ‘Bury’ Cryptocurrencies, […]

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Hauser & Wirth Matriarch Will Reveal Her Feminist Art Collection

Louise Bourgeois has a special place in Ursula Hauser’s collection, says her daughter Manuela Wirth.

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Brexit: All the latest updates

With just 68 days until Brexit, Prime Minister Theresa May is attempting to get her deal approved by MPs.

Trump Goes Off the Rails on 30th Day of Shutdown

With shutdown negotiations on life support, the leader of the free world spent the day on Twitter.

Photo Gallery: Think the Rust Belt Is Struggling? Welcome to Romania

Bucharest-born photographer Ioana Cîrlig documents the decline of former factory towns across the country.

Study: Cory Booker’s baby bonds nearly close the racial wealth gap for young adults

Baby bonds, a proposal embraced by likely presidential candidate Cory Booker, would give newborns savings accounts that would be worth tens of thousands of dollars by age 18. It’s an ambitious plan — and, according

Privacy Cryptocurrency Beam Experiences Blockchain Stoppage

Privacy-oriented cryptocurrency Beam said Monday morning that its blockchain had stopped. A fix has now been committed, it says [updated].

DJI says employee fraud will cost it up to $150 million

The drone manufacturer DJI has discovered millions of dollars worth of fraud committed by its employees, the company has announced (via Bloomberg). The company has said it expects the losses from the fraud to amount

MLK Day Special: Rediscovered 1965 King Speech on Civil Rights, Segregation & Apartheid South Africa

This is a rush transcript. Copy may not be in its final form. AMY GOODMAN: Today is the federal holiday honoring Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. He was born 90 years ago this month, on

‘More Work to Do’: German Economy Prepares for No-Deal Brexit

A no-deal Brexit threatens to have a major impact on the European economy. Companies have long since begun making concrete preparations for an eventuality that is looking increasingly likely.

Chinese scientist who ‘gene-edited’ babies ‘sought fame and fortune’

A Chinese scientist who said he made the world’s first “gene-edited” babies intentionally evaded oversight and broke national guidelines in a quest for fame and fortune, according to a government investigation quoted in state media on Monday.

Samsung Exynos 7904 targets India with triple camera, 4K recording support

Samsung’s latest budget chipset isn’t quite as powerful as rival chips, but it’s certainly looking like a multimedia beast.

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