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‘Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse’ Reveals the Hero’s Future

After umpteen versions of Peter Parker, the new animated feature gives fans the multidimensional hero they deserve.

Four Palestinians, two Israeli soldiers killed in a day of violence in the West Bank

Four Palestinians and two Israelis were killed between Wednesday night and Thursday afternoon in a series of attacks and search and arrest operations in the central occupied West Bank and East Jerusalem. The Palestinian Prisoner’s Society reported that between Wednesday night and Thursday morning, Israeli forces arrested 56 Palestinians from across the occupied territory. In the center of Ramallah city, demonstrations erupted calling for another intifada.

The Strasbourg Biennale Is Postponed as French Police Hunt for the Suspect After a Fatal Shooting at the City’s Christmas Market

The inaugural exhibition, which was due to open at the weekend, has been pushed back while the city mourns and an intense search for a suspect continues.

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Somebody Has Hidden A Lamborghini Gallardo In A Ford Mustang

We all know that feeling when pressed between choosing American muscle or an Italian supercar, and not being able to pick which camp we want to be put into. Some thoughtful folk out there have

Django ORM Relationships Cheat Sheet

Polymorphic Many to Many Relationship With package — django-polymorphic. Demo details: In this demo we have 3 models (Valet, Owner and Car), and 4 tables (valets, owners, cars and drivers). Business Rules: The Valet (driver) can drive

“He’s Still Going to Be Racist if It’s a White Nominee”: Kamala Harris, Non-Identity Politician, Finds Herself in an Identity-Politics Moment

Harris’s brand has been grounded largely in competence and prosecutorial rigor—her central identity has been her manifest talent. How will she handle the Democrats’ instincts toward identity politics?

Trump: ‘I never directed Michael Cohen to break the law’

Donald Trump said Michael Cohen was “supposed to know the law” and was just trying to embarrass him.

Ellen confesses she may quit her talk show. She’s sick of it.

Ellen in a black sweater holding a microphone.And stop asking her to dance.

You Are Stealing Our Future: Greta Thunberg, 15, Condemns the World’s Inaction on Climate Change

This is a rush transcript. Copy may not be in its final form. AMY GOODMAN: And we are going to end today with the words of 15-year-old Swedish climate activist Greta Thunberg, who addressed the

Euro slips as ECB’s Draghi lowers growth forecast for Europe

At the same time the ECB's governing council has confirmed it will stop quantitative easing (QE) purchases from the end of December.

Yemen’s warring sides reach Hodeidah ceasefire

UN’s Antonio Guterres says the two sides agree to Hodeidah ceasefire and reach agreement to ease the situation in Taiz.

Prisma’s new AI-powered app, Lensa, helps the selfie camera lie

Prisma Labs, the startup behind the style transfer craze of a couple of years ago, has a new AI-powered iOS app for retouching selfies. An Android version of the app — which is called Lensa — is slated as coming in January. It bills Lensa as a “one-button Photoshop”, offering a curated suite of photo-editing features intended […]

Opinion: Why There Should Be No Exit from Brexit

Brexit has plunged British politics into a state of chaos. Will the country now choose to remain in the European Union? The odds of that happening are rising, but it wouldn’t be a good idea — neither for Britain nor for the EU.

Review: ​‘If Beale Street Could Talk’

Finally, James Baldwin’s big screen U.S. debut.

Nine dead, dozens injured in high-speed train crash in Turkey

A train has crashed into a locomotive in Ankara, killing nine.

Save $360 on the 2017 Microsoft Surface Pro — still one of the best 2-in-1 laptops out there


Congrats: If you’ve held out this long through the shopping season, anxiously awaiting discounts bigger than Black Friday, you made a smart move. 

Best Buy’s 20 Days of Doorbusters continues with a massive deal on one of the best 2-in-1 laptops out there: 2017’s 5th generation Microsoft Surface Pro, now on sale for a whopping $360 off, keyboard included.

Yes, the newer Pro 6 did just come out earlier this month and yes, and it is undoubtedly spiffy as hell. But TBH, the upgrades are pretty light, and if you’re truly on a mission to save (which is probably why you clicked on this story), the 5th generation definitely holds its own — especially now that it’s about $500 cheaper than similar 6th generation models at their full price. Read more…

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TOP 10 concept cars of 2018

as a sign of the times, our TOP 10 concept cars of 2018 are nearly all electric. debuting at trade shows, historic concours and private press viewings, these designs each look towards a future of

Zebpay Exchange Now Live in 21 European Countries

Zebpay Cryptocurrency Exchange Now Live in 21 European CountriesZebpay, formerly one of India’s largest cryptocurrency exchanges, has launched in Europe. Euro deposits, withdrawals, and trading are now live in 21 countries. While the exchange is not accepting new registrations from India, existing users can continue to use its wallet app. Also read: Indian Supreme Court Moves Crypto Hearing, Community Calls for Positive Regulations Zebpay […]

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