Watching the Super Blood Wolf Moon? What to Know About This Lunar Phenomenon

A total lunar eclipse known by any other name … is still a total lunar eclipse.

India wants social media platforms to remove content it deems ‘unlawful’

The Indian government has proposed new rules aiming to stop the spread of fake news and misinformation in the country on social media — and local civil liberties groups aren’t happy. Late last month, the

Oceans Apart: Crypto Regulation in the US and EU

The differences between U.S. and EU approaches to crypto asset regulation are even more complicated than they appear, writes Noelle Acheson.

Ute driver flicks cigarette butt out window, but it lands in tray and burns vehicle to ground

Updated January 20, 2019 21:10:22 Photo: The driver of this ute discarded a cigarette butt, which ended up in the rear tray. This was the result. (ABC Goldfields-Esperance: Jarrod Lucas) Map: Kalgoorlie 6430 Firefighters have

Officer HN30: Insights into the spycop scheme’s final years

Research by the Undercover Research Group has found a tale told through notes released by the Undercover Policing Inquiry last year. In October the Undercover Policing Inquiry released several documents which give us greater insight into the last years of the Special Demonstration Squad. The nuggets of information were hidden in a risk assessment for HN30,

Trump offers ‘compromise’ to end government shutdown

Trump’s wall and the death of compromise US President Donald Trump has set out new plans on his Mexican wall project to try to end a partial government shutdown lasting more than four weeks. One

Executives of Korean Exchange Sentenced to Jail for Faking Volumes

Exchanges Two executives of a South Korean cryptocurrency exchange have reportedly been sentenced to jail for inflating trading volumes on their exchange. The pair allegedly used a bot to fake large orders in both cryptocurrencies

First Production 2020 Toyota Supra Sold For $2.1M At Auction

It comes with a one-of-one color combination right off the assembly line. I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again: getting the first production model of a car that rolled off the assembly line

US gov’t shutdown: How long? Who is affected? Why did it begin?

The partial gov’t shutdown centres on Trump’s request for over $5bn in border wall funding, a demand Democrats oppose.

Airstrike in Somalia kills 52 al-Shabab extremists, says US military

The U.S. military on Saturday said it had carried out its deadliest airstrike in Somalia in months, killing 52 al-Shabab extremists after a "large group" mounted an attack on Somali forces.

Hundreds turn out in solidarity with Russian anti-fascists

Hundreds of people turned out today for a solidarity demo organised by Plan C London in aid of Russian anti-fascists who have been facing a brutal wave of repression by the Kremlin — which saw

The social layer is ironically key to Bitcoin’s security

A funny thing happened in the second half of 2018. At some moment, all the people active in crypto looked around and realized there weren’t very many of us. The friends we’d convinced during the last holiday season were no longer speaking to us. They had stopped checking their Coinbase accounts. The tide had gone […]

“This Was the Last Straw”: State Staffers Fume as Pompeo Backs Trump in Shutdown

“This is bullshit,” a senior State Department official messaged on Thursday, shortly after the Trump administration announced that all United States diplomats and department employees were to return to work next week, despite an ongoing

Deal: Become an Adobe expert for under $30

Even if you don’t know the first thing about Photoshop, this learning kit trains you to an advanced level in the Adobe suite.

Jasmin Paris becomes first woman to win the grueling 268-mile Montane Spine Race

Jasmin Paris, a British ultrarunner, just made history by completely smashing the course record for the Montane Spine Race. And she did it while continuing to express milk for her 14-month-old child. With a time

Decentralization Is The Solution To The Government Shutdown Problem

By Ryan McMaken The partial shutdown with the federal government has helped, perhaps more than any other recent political event, to illustrate some of the…

Brexit as a podcast: Cutting through the fog in the Channel

In his weekly podcast “Fog in the Channel”, European journalist Stefan de Vries looks at how the Continent will survive isolation as the UK sets sail. Gian-Paolo Accardo for VoxEurop If you are interested in

What It’s Like for Secular, Liberal Pro-Lifers at the March for Life

WASHINGTON, D.C.—On Friday morning, a few hours before the start of the March for Life —the 46th annual event held to commemorate the Supreme Court’s Roe v. Wade decision and call for its repeal—banners waved

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