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Change Your Phone Settings So Apple, Google Can’t Track Your Movements

By Jen King, Stanford University Technology companies have been pummeled by revelations about how poorly they protect their customers’ personal information, including an in-depth New…

Pawel Adamowicz, Gdansk mayor, dies after stabbing at charity event

Media caption‘Mum, this man has a knife!’ – witness describes the moment before Gdansk Mayor Pawel Adamowicz is fatally stabbed The mayor of the Polish city of Gdansk has died in hospital a day after

As Gov’t Shutdown Drags On, IRS Continues to Aid the Rich & Corporations While Targeting the Poor

This is a rush transcript. Copy may not be in its final form. AMY GOODMAN: This is Democracy Now! I’m Amy Goodman. The partial government shutdown, now the longest in U.S. history, has dragged into

A resolution for journalists in 2019: Earn the public’s trust by showing your work

Working for CNN used to be like working for any other cable news station or other media outlet. But in 2018, it was one of the targets of a serial mail bomber, who was seemingly

Strict alcohol restrictions in bid to stop violence

Tough new liquor restrictions are announced for WA’s Pilbara region in a bid to reduce alcohol-related violence and harm.

English-speaking migrants in Australia more likely to become CEOs than those born here

Your place of birth could be a factor when it comes to whether you’ll get to the top of the career ladder in Australia, a study has found. The report from Macquarie University’s Faculty of

Indonesia finds cockpit voice recorder of crashed Lion Air plane

The cockpit voice recorder is one of the two so-called black boxes crucial for the investigation of a jet crash.

A Bank of America currency chart shows how the stock market rally still has legs

Bank of America-Merrill Lynch's Paul Ciana uses a currency chart to show the broad market's "risk on" rally has legs.

Trump denies hiding detail of Putin summit talks from staff

US President Donald Trump has denied hiding details of conversations with Russia’s Vladimir Putin, saying he is “not keeping anything under wraps”. The Washington Post alleges that on at least one occasion in 2017 he

Qatari artist Yasser Al Mulla: Drawing a Sufi controversy

Agricultural engineer by day, artist by night, Yasser Al Mulla depicts philosophies of Sufi tradition in his drawings.

Mother charged after allegedly feeding bleach to her sick baby

Posted January 13, 2019 18:16:46 A Perth mother has been charged with trying to kill or harm her baby by putting bleach in her one-year-old son’s feeding tube. Brooke Evelyn Lucas’s son William was born

Councils push back on compulsory Australia Day citizenship ceremonies

The federal government has revised the citizenship code to make it compulsory for all councils to hold citizenship ceremonies on Australia Day. Under changes to the Australian Citizenship Ceremonies Code to be introduced in 2020,

No, This Shutdown Does Not Look Like Liberty

By Jeffrey A. Tucker Some people are suffering. Some people don’t care. But for the pundits following the government shutdown, it’s been an epic battle….

Walter Shipley, the former chairman of Chase Manhattan, dies at 83

Walter Shipley oversaw a series of bank mergers that preceded JPMorgan Chase.

Full Q&A: 99designs CEO Patrick Llewellyn on Recode Decode

On the latest episode of Recode Decode with Kara Swisher, Kara talked with Patrick Llewellyn, the CEO of Australian startup 99designs, which connects designers with clients around the world. Although the company initially thought of

Paris ‘gas explosion’ kills three in city centre

Media playback is unsupported on your device Media captionVideo showed the aftermath of the explosion, with flames engulfing the ground floor Two firefighters and a Spanish woman have been killed after a huge blast at

Multiple deaths after ‘gas explosion’ at Paris bakery

Officials say four dead, including two fire fighters, and dozens injured after blast in French capital’s ninth district.

Steve Smith to have elbow surgery, ex-Aussie skipper’s return set for delay

Steve Smith is set for elbow surgery, which could delay the ex-Australian skipper’s return to national team cricket when his ball-tampering ban ends in March.