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2014-07-09
R.I.P. William 'Bill' Herbert Kelder - Intellpuke

2013-11-28
Gamers Donate 37,500 Pounds Of Food To Needy

2013-09-30
Statement From The Whitehouse Regarding The Government Shutdown

2013-09-29
An Open Response To 'Organizing for Action'

2013-08-26
Bayou Corne: The Biggest Ongoing Disaster In The U.S. You Have Not Heard Of

2013-04-21
Boston Mayor Hopes Feds 'Throw the Book' at Marathon Bombing Suspect

2013-04-19
Boston Police Closing In On Suspects

2013-04-15
2 Explosions At Boston Marathon. 2 Dead, Many Injured.

2013-01-03
The Press vs Citizens Rights and Privacy - Act 3

2012-12-30
CBS News - Year In Review 2012

Nature.com - 366 Days: 2012 In Review

The Guardian - 2012 In Review: An Interactive Guide To The Year That Was

TruTV - The Biggest Conspiracy Theories of 2012

Colbert Nation: 2012: A Look Back

FIP Year In Review(s?)

2012-12-25
Happy Holidays

2012-12-21
Welcome To A New Era!

2012-12-16
An Open Letter To United Health Care, Medcom, And The Medical Insurance Industry In General

2012-11-17
Whitehouse Petition To Remove "Under God" and "In God" From Currency And The Pledge.

2012-11-15
December 21, 2012

2012-11-11
If Hillary Clinton Ran For President, She Would Probably Be The Best-prepared Candidate In American History

2012-11-10
CIA Director David Petraeus Resigns After FBI Investigation Uncovers Affair With High-Profile Journalist

FIP Format Update

2012-11-07
Thank you for voting.

2012-11-06
Live Election Results

2012-09-30
FIP In Hiatus

2012-09-18
U.S.-Afghan Military Operations Suspended After Attacks

Iran Nuclear Chief Says IAEA Might Be Infiltrated By 'Terrorists And Saboteurs'

Romney Stands By Gaffe

2012-09-17
President Obama Says China Trade Practices Harm American Auto Parts Workers



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'A vote for social change': readers' views on Ireland's gay marriage referendum
2015-05-22 05:51:40 (5 minutes ago) 

Ahead of Ireland’s referendum on gay marriage we asked anyone living in Ireland to share their photos and experiences. Here is a selection of some of your photos and stories

Rather than passing a marriage equality legislation in parliament, Ireland are holding a historic referendum on gay marriage today. This historic decision gives the very people affected by the ruling a voice. From creative street art to colourful campaign buses and choir singing, our readers have documented the Irish mood ahead of the referendum.

At the Amnesty International launch of their 'Yes' campaign

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21 May 2015, 12:41

Golden eggs served up at a fundraiser brunch

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18 May 2015, 16:16

Positive response in North Dublin Suburb of Kilbarrack this evening. It was wet and cold however we were fretted by this beautiful rainbow at the end of the canvas. In one particular area, a local Roman Catholic priest committed to a yes vote. It was ironic that some of his elderly neighbours greeted me with a brief no and quickly shut their doors. Overall, the response on the doors has been 70:30 in favour of yes to marriage equality.

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18 May 2015, 23:09

Spotted off Frances Street, Dublin 8, south-inner city. Love is love. Vote Yes.

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20 May 2015, 18:33

These great t-shirts supporting the Yes campaign are everywhere here in Dublin. A very visible act of solidarity with the gay community in this tumultuous time.

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18 May 2015, 23:11

We've already come out! We want you to come out too! Come out and vote yes with us for a more equal Ireland! Yes to Love, Yes to Equality!

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19 May 2015, 12:30

As the campaign draws to a close, the No campaign posters have moved from the 'soft sell' to the 'hard sell'.

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19 May 2015, 12:58

Support for the yes vote for Ireland's gay marriage referendum.

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19 May 2015, 7:33

The cover of a tech shop

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21 May 2015, 12:34

The diaspora have no vote. Don't waste yours. Vote YES for Equality!

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19 May 2015, 10:10

@RichardDeane77 says yes to equality, speech bubble by the wonderful David Caron of Out and About, Dublin's LGBT hiking group

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19 May 2015, 12:34

On May 17th more than seventy people attended a walking tour organised by myself, Sam Ford and Ronan Carey as a fundraising event for the Yes Equality campaign.

Here, I am photographed on an alleyway beside the George, a famous Dublin gay bar, explaining the Irish experience of the AIDS epidemic in the 1980s.

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18 May 2015, 23:29

Rhetoric of the 'no' side

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21 May 2015, 12:29

The YES campaign bus got a great reception

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19 May 2015, 18:34

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Padoan blasts top court on pensions
2015-05-22 05:51:15 (5 minutes ago) 
Govt to give partial rebate in August over illegitimate freeze






 
Dunkirk veterans gather in France to commemorate WWII evacuation
2015-05-22 05:50:51 (6 minutes ago) 

Former soldiers to visit British memorial at Dunkirk military cemetery after little ships used in second world war rescue arrived on Thursday

Veterans of the Dunkirk evacuation during the second world war will gather on Friday in northern France to remember their fallen comrades.

The former soldiers, now in their 90s, will visit the British memorial at the Dunkirk military cemetery in the port town on the 75th anniversary of the rescue.

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The best and worst of public art in cities – readers' pictures
2015-05-22 05:50:33 (6 minutes ago) 

From sculptures and graffiti to performances and installations, readers shared their favourite examples of urban art around the world – as well as some of the more questionable works

See the full gallery on GuardianWitness here
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Prosecutor: Man accused of murdering South Boston woman was sane during brutal attacks
2015-05-22 05:50:27 (6 minutes ago) 
In less than 20 hours, Edwin J. Alemany went on a one-man rampage across South Boston, prosecutors said during the first day of his murder trial Wednesday.






 
Fearne Cotton broadcasts final show
2015-05-22 05:50:23 (6 minutes ago) 
DJ Fearne Cotton is broadcasting her final show on Radio 1, after almost 10 years at the helm of the Live Lounge.
 
The man who saved the world
2015-05-22 05:50:13 (6 minutes ago) 
The actions of Stanislav Petrov in a secret Russian military bunker in 1983 saved hundreds of millions of lives.
 
Radio Captures Fatal Shooting of Omaha Cop Who Was New Mom
2015-05-22 05:47:23 (9 minutes ago) 
Kerrie Orozco, 29, a seven-year Omaha police veteran who was working as a detective with the department's fugitive task force, died Wednesday.







 
Mark Hulbert: It’s time to dispel the myth of the summer rally in stocks
2015-05-22 05:46:31 (10 minutes ago) 
The equity market, evidence shows, tends to do worse this time of year, writes Mark Hulbert.
 
Northern Ireland keeps watchful eye on gay marriage vote across the border
2015-05-22 05:45:23 (11 minutes ago) 

With republic poised to legalise same-sex marriage, the province’s position as last bastion of homophobia in Britain will soon come under threat

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Myanmar offers aid to migrants stranded at sea
2015-05-22 05:42:14 (14 minutes ago) 
Myanmar, which has previously disavowed responsibility for Rohingya migrants stranded at sea, has said it will provide search and rescue for "boat people" in its territorial waters as well as humanitarian assistance.
 
Morning Updates: an opiate crisis, and what bin Laden read
2015-05-22 05:41:36 (15 minutes ago) 
Here’s what you need to know today, including Osama bin Laden’s media diet, Gloucester’s police chief on drug reform, and how art theft from Boston Public Library may have been an “inside job.”






 
Fearne Cotton broadcasts final show
2015-05-22 05:41:14 (15 minutes ago) 
DJ Fearne Cotton is broadcasting her final show on Radio 1, after almost 10 years at the helm of the Live Lounge.
 
Lib Dems don't need a rebrand - they need to reconnect to their existing brand
2015-05-22 05:40:23 (16 minutes ago) 

The political party should avoid Tim Farron’s advice and revisit the idea at the heart of their brand – liberalism

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New Hampshire Rep. Frank Guinta says he won’t resign, despite calls from fellow Republicans
2015-05-22 05:40:16 (16 minutes ago) 
New Hampshire representative Frank Guinta is under mountains of pressure to resign from fellow state Republicans after campaign finance violations, but says he does not intend to.






 
Suspect in Killings of Wealthy DC Family Arrested
2015-05-22 05:40:12 (16 minutes ago) 
Authorities arrest man wanted in the killings of a wealthy DC family, their housekeeper
 
Report: Islamic State seizes town near Ramadi
2015-05-22 05:31:07 (25 minutes ago) 

Sheikh Rafie al-Fahdawi said Friday that the small town of Husseiba, which is about four miles east of Ramadi, fell overnight.

       
 
Iron Maiden's Bruce Dickinson to help set up African airline
2015-05-22 05:30:49 (26 minutes ago) 

Singer’s aviation company takes a role in developing Air Djibouti, the flag carrier of the East African nation

Iron Maiden singer Bruce Dickinson is used to carrying the flag, brandishing a Union Jack while he performs The Trooper with the metal veterans. Now he’s got a new flag carrier role – having signed a memorandum of understanding with Air Djibouti to develop a national airline for the East African nation.

Dickinson signed the deal in his role as founder of Cardiff Aviation, the aircraft maintenance business he helped set up in 2012. The company is now to manage a European air operator’s certificate for Air Djibouti, find aircraft, provide operational management and offer technical support from its base in south Wales.

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Does the government really believe multinationals are the answer to global poverty?
2015-05-22 05:30:49 (26 minutes ago) 

The UK’s Department for International Development has passionately embraced the private sector, but is there any evidence to show that it’s worth it?

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Welcome to Baoding, China's most polluted city
2015-05-22 05:30:48 (26 minutes ago) 

In February, Baoding was given the unwanted title of possessing the worst air quality in the whole of China. Jennifer Duggan pays a visit – and discovers a city desperate to reinvent itself as a pioneer of renewable energy

It is a rare blue-skied day in the city of Baoding, in north-eastern China. It’s not even that clear, but the hazy sky is as blue as it gets here. Most days, the sky is obscured by a thick blanket of smog.

Baoding, a city of 10 million people, was named in February as China’s most polluted city by the Ministry of Environmental Protection, based on air pollution figures gathered for 2014. By mid-May of this year, the city had only enjoyed 16 days of air quality that could be considered “good” by the official classification.

It was much better when I was young – the air was very clean. We rarely see blue skies now

The great irony is that, in 2010, Baoding was named ​as ​a pilot of China’s project to introduce low-carbon ​zones

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What became of jet-set playgrounds
2015-05-22 05:30:31 (26 minutes ago) 
 
New Hampshire Rep. Frank Guinta says he won’t resign, despite calls from fellow Republicans
2015-05-22 05:30:25 (26 minutes ago) 
New Hampshire representative Frank Guinta is under mountains of pressure to resign from fellow state Republicans after campaign finance violations, but says he does not intend to.






 
Forrest vows to ramp up campaign
2015-05-22 05:30:12 (26 minutes ago) 
Andrew Forrest has vowed to ramp up his campaign against Rio and BHP, accusing them of “hiding” from a parliamentary inquiry.
 
Howard Johnson’s, an Orange-Roofed Symbol of a Bygone Era, Returns to Lake George
2015-05-22 05:28:14 (28 minutes ago) 
A businessman banking on a love of nostalgia recently reopened the country’s last orange-roofed HoJo’s in the Adirondacks town, evoking warm stories of the past among many local residents.







 
Draghi hails reform progress, cites Italy, Spain
2015-05-22 05:27:38 (29 minutes ago) 
ECB president says moves have altered inflation, unemployment






 
Radio Captures Fatal Shooting of Omaha Cop Who Was New Mom
2015-05-22 05:26:41 (30 minutes ago) 
Even as they were still engaged in a fierce pursuit and gun battle with a fugitive, Omaha, Nebraska, police were desperately trying to save the life of their fallen colleague, Kerrie Orozco, police radio calls released Thursday reveal.







 
David Cameron plays down hopes of quick EU deal
2015-05-22 05:24:52 (32 minutes ago) 

Prime minister arrives in Latvia determined to press Britain’s case for change, but warns there will be ‘lots of ups and downs along the way’

David Cameron has warned there will be ups and downs in his battle for changes to the European Union as he arrived at a summit in Latvia.

Speaking from Riga before his first summit with EU leaders since his general election victory, the UK prime minister played down any expectations of a quick deal and suggested other countries and commentators would initially create “noise” to undermine his aims.

Related: Figures show immigration surge as Cameron unveils illegal working bill

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Obama to visit hurricane center Thursday
2015-05-22 05:21:37 (35 minutes ago) 
President Obama is scheduled to visit the National Hurricane Center in Miami-Dade County on Thursday, a day after the government releases its hurricane season outlook.
 
Morning Updates: an opiate crisis, and what bin Laden read
2015-05-22 05:21:25 (35 minutes ago) 
Here’s what you need to know today, including Osama bin Laden’s media diet, Gloucester’s police chief on drug reform, and how art theft from Boston Public Library may have been an “inside job.”






 
Live WWII bomb poses 'risk to life'
2015-05-22 05:21:02 (36 minutes ago) 
An 110lb unexploded World War Two bomb found by builders near Wembley Stadium poses a "risk to life", the Army says.
 
Cleveland-area weather begins to warm for Memorial Day weekend
2015-05-22 05:20:29 (36 minutes ago) 
The good news is that although there is a slight chance of showers this morning, the skies will be sunny this afternoon with a high of 59.
 
New Hampshire Rep. Frank Guinta says he won’t resign, despite calls from fellow Republicans
2015-05-22 05:20:08 (36 minutes ago) 
New Hampshire representative Frank Guinta is under mountains of pressure to resign from fellow state Republicans after campaign finance violations, but says he does not intend to.






 
David Cameron plays down hopes of quick EU reform deal
2015-05-22 05:11:33 (45 minutes ago) 

Prime minister arrives in Latvia determined to press Britain’s case for change, but warns there will be ‘lots of ups and downs along the way’

David Cameron has warned there will be ups and downs in his battle for European Union reform as he arrived at a summit in Latvia.

Speaking from Riga before his first summit with EU leaders since his general election victory, the UK prime minister played down any expectations of a quick deal and suggested other countries and commentators would initially create “noise” to undermine his aims.

Related: Figures show immigration surge as Cameron unveils illegal working bill

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Celebrating 20 years of juicy Java. Just don’t mention Android
2015-05-22 05:10:32 (46 minutes ago) 
 
Morning Updates: an opiate crisis, and what bin Laden read
2015-05-22 05:10:27 (46 minutes ago) 
Here’s what you need to know today, including Osama bin Laden’s media diet, Gloucester’s police chief on drug reform, and how art theft from Boston Public Library may have been an “inside job.”






 
What I learned about leadership when I interviewed the biggest drug dealer in history
2015-05-22 05:10:25 (46 minutes ago) 
Rick Ross sold about a billion dollars worth of crack cocaine during his "career." Read the rest
 
Merkel says 'a whole lot left' to do on Greece bailout talks
2015-05-22 05:10:22 (46 minutes ago) 
RIGA, Latvia (AP) -- German Chancellor Angela Merkel on Friday added urgency to the talks between Athens and its international creditors, saying after a meeting with Greek counterpart Alexis Tsipras that "very, very intensive work is still needed."...
 
How do teachers remember children's names?
2015-05-22 05:10:20 (46 minutes ago) 

Learning the names of everyone in a class may sound daunting, but there are simple techniques you can use to help

You’ve got your lesson plans nailed, have mastered the interactive white board and know all of your teaching techniques; but there’s still one nagging doubt at the back of your mind: “What if I can’t remember the names of my students?”

Memorising monikers can be a minefield; there’s nothing like an indignant eight-year-old scalding you for getting their name wrong to make you feel like you’re the one being schooled.

Related: Top tips for surviving a teaching observation

Related: How to find your first teaching job

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Deep Dive: 10 companies with the biggest earnings surprises
2015-05-22 05:06:18 (50 minutes ago) 
Energy and mining companies topped the list, says Phil van Doorn.
 
Gilberto Torres survived Colombia's death squads. Now he wants justice
2015-05-22 05:05:13 (51 minutes ago) 

He is one of only two Colombian union activists to be abducted by paramilitaries and live. Now BP and other oil firms face allegations they were complicit in human rights abuses

It was just after 7pm when they came for Gilberto Torres, as he had long feared they would. The trade union leader had had a long day; he was weary and ready for home.

Related: Colombian takes BP to court in UK over alleged complicity in kidnap and torture

Related: The Guardian view on climate change: keep it in the ground | Editorial

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Agnes Martin: the artist mystic who disappeared into the desert
2015-05-22 05:04:58 (52 minutes ago) 

In the summer of 1967, Martin left New York and went off-grid before reappearing in New Mexico. The art she made there – with its buoyant bands of colour – offer no clues to the turbulent life of an artist who was diagnosed with paranoid schizophrenia. Ahead of a major retrospective, Olivia Laing celebrates her visions of pure joy

Art must derive from inspiration, Agnes Martin said, and yet for decades she painted what seems at first glance to be the same thing over and over again, the same core structure subject to infinitely subtle variations. A grid: a set of horizontal and vertical lines drawn meticulously with a ruler and pencil on canvases six feet high and six feet wide. They came, these restrained, reserved, exquisite paintings, as visions, for which she would wait sometimes for weeks on end, rocking in her chair, steadying herself for a glimpse of the minute image that she would paint next. “I paint with my back to the world,” she declared, and what she wanted to catch in her rigorous nets was not material existence, the Earth and its myriad forms, but rather the abstract glories of being: joy, beauty, innocence; happiness itself.

A late starter, Martin kept on going, working at the height of her powers right through her 80s; a stocky figure with apple cheeks and cropped silver hair, dressed in overalls and Indian shirts. She produced the last of her masterpieces a few months before her death in 2004, at the grand old age of 92. But she was also so deeply ambivalent about pride and success and the ego-driven business of making a name for yourself that in the 1960s she abandoned the art world altogether, packing up her New York studio, giving away her materials and disappearing in a pickup truck, surfacing 18 months later on a remote mesa in New Mexico.

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New Hampshire Rep. Frank Guinta says he won’t resign, despite calls from fellow Republicans
2015-05-22 05:01:28 (55 minutes ago) 
New Hampshire representative Frank Guinta is under mountains of pressure to resign from fellow state Republicans after campaign finance violations, but says he does not intend to.






 
Luiz dismisses 'virgin' reports
2015-05-22 05:01:01 (56 minutes ago) 
Paris St-Germain defender David Luiz accuses the media of a lack of respect after dismissing reports he is a virgin.
 
New Hampshire Rep. Frank Guinta says he won’t resign, despite calls from fellow Republicans
2015-05-22 05:00:07 (56 minutes ago) 
New Hampshire representative Frank Guinta is under mountains of pressure to resign from fellow state Republicans after campaign finance violations, but says he does not intend to.






 
ECB Tells Governments: Don't Wait to Fix Europe's Economy
2015-05-22 05:00:05 (56 minutes ago) 
European Central Bank head urges eurozone governments not to put off pro-business reforms
 
'Devastated': Hallie Jackson Reports From Oil-Struck Coast
2015-05-22 04:51:13 (1 hours ago) 
NBC News' Hallie Jackson reports on her journey towards the source of the Santa Barbara oil spill.







 
Vietnam Outlaws ‘Filthy,’ ‘Clichéd’ and ‘Poisonous’ Romantic Novels
2015-05-22 04:50:53 (1 hours ago) 
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Sandwiches Are a Major Contributor to Dietary Sodium Intake
2015-05-22 04:50:44 (1 hours ago) 
Sandwiches account for one-fifth of total sodium intake, with nearly half of American adults consuming them on any given day, according to new study published in the Journal of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics
 
Gaza’s economy 'on verge of collapse' as jobless rate hits highest in world
2015-05-22 04:50:28 (1 hours ago) 

World Bank warns that coastal enclave faces crisis after Israeli blockades, war and poor governance have left 43% of people out of work

The economy of Gaza – assailed by war, poor governance and a joint Israeli-Egyptian blockade – has reached the “verge of collapse” with unemployment in the coastal strip now the highest in the world.

The bleak picture is presented in a devastating report by the World Bank, released on Friday, which said that Gaza’s economy had been strangled by years of blockades, war and poor governance and faces a dangerous crisis over its ability to meet wages and other spending requirements.

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Will London's mayor put the brakes on Uber?
2015-05-22 04:50:24 (1 hours ago) 
In a move likely to be popular with London's black cab drivers, Boris Johnson is backing laws which could restrict growth of the taxi app Uber.
 
Olympic 2024 bid 'dear to us' Mattarella tells Bach
2015-05-22 05:51:15 (5 minutes ago) 
'We support it with great force,' president tells IOC chief






 
Polls Open in Ireland's Historic Gay Marriage Vote
2015-05-22 05:51:13 (5 minutes ago) 
Voters went to the polls in Ireland Friday in a referendum on whether to allow gay marriage.







 
Sandwiches Are a Major Contributor to Dietary Sodium Intake
2015-05-22 05:50:44 (6 minutes ago) 
Sandwiches account for one-fifth of total sodium intake, with nearly half of American adults consuming them on any given day, according to new study published in the Journal of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics
 
Dr. Oz helps collapsed woman at Jacksonville mall
2015-05-22 05:50:28 (6 minutes ago) 
 
Morning Updates: an opiate crisis, and what bin Laden read
2015-05-22 05:50:27 (6 minutes ago) 
Here’s what you need to know today, including Osama bin Laden’s media diet, Gloucester’s police chief on drug reform, and how art theft from Boston Public Library may have been an “inside job.”






 
Q&A on origins of Rohingya conflict and why it persists
2015-05-22 05:50:21 (6 minutes ago) 
YANGON, Myanmar (AP) -- Many of the thousands of migrants abandoned at sea in Southeast Asia this month are Rohingya Muslims who fled their home country of Myanmar. Here are facts about the history and persecution of the ethnic and religious minority:...
 
When your tutor is a Jedi Knight.
2015-05-22 05:48:52 (8 minutes ago) 
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Bringing rocket science to design
2015-05-22 05:46:34 (10 minutes ago) 
Jessica Banks was an astrophysicist at NASA; then she started RockPaperRobot and innovated the design of furniture and homes by incorporating advanced physics.
 
Europe Markets: European stocks set to break four-day winning run
2015-05-22 05:46:31 (10 minutes ago) 
European stock markets move slightly lower on Friday, with investors keeping a close eye on negotiations between Greece and its lenders as well as the latest confidence data from Germany.
 
Unfinished Orson Welles memoir found 30 years after great director's death
2015-05-22 05:45:04 (12 minutes ago) 

Typewriter-written autobiography details Citizen Kane director’s musings on Hemingway, Rita Hayworth and DW Griffith

An unfinished memoir by Orson Welles has been discovered by archivists at the University of Michigan, more than three decades after the iconic film-maker’s death.

The autobiography, titled One Man Band, explains why Welles failed to complete a number of film projects - the director is famed for his struggles with the major studio system - and details his views on his great friend (and occasional foe) Ernest Hemingway, wife Rita Hayworth and film-maker DW Griffith. Written on a typewriter, beginning in the 1970s and with handwritten notes and edits, it was discovered by archivists at the University of Michigan in a stash of eight boxes of Welles material sent by the Citizen Kane director’s partner of 24 years, Oja Kodar, from her home in Croatia.

Related: Lost and unfinished Orson Welles film set for release

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Court frees 'nut rage' exec
2015-05-22 05:42:14 (14 minutes ago) 
Former Korean Air Line executive Heather Cho, who was jailed for a fit she threw on a flight over how she was served nuts, walked free Friday when an appeals court suspended her sentence.
 
Government borrowing falls to £6.8bn
2015-05-22 05:41:23 (15 minutes ago) 
UK government borrowing fell to £6.8bn in April, down from £9.3bn a year earlier, official figures show.
 
Government borrowing falls to £6.8bn
2015-05-22 05:41:11 (15 minutes ago) 
UK government borrowing fell to £6.8bn in April, down from £9.3bn a year earlier, official figures show.
 
Politics Live - readers' edition: Friday 22 May
2015-05-22 05:40:23 (16 minutes ago) 

Share breaking news, leave links to interesting articles online and chat about the week’s political events in our open thread. We’ll post the best above the line

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Prosecutor: Man accused of murdering South Boston woman was sane during brutal attacks
2015-05-22 05:40:16 (16 minutes ago) 
In less than 20 hours, Edwin J. Alemany went on a one-man rampage across South Boston, prosecutors said during the first day of his murder trial Wednesday.






 
Amnesty Says Torture of Ukraine War Prisoners Is Rife
2015-05-22 05:40:12 (16 minutes ago) 
Amnesty International: All sides in Ukraine fighting are perpetrating war crimes almost daily
 
Two men nabbed on terror-related charges in Calif.
2015-05-22 05:31:00 (26 minutes ago) 
Report: The "homegrown violent extremists" planned to head overseas to aid terror groups
 
We will rebuild: Kent earthquake shakes Twitter into sarcasm overload
2015-05-22 05:30:49 (26 minutes ago) 

With no reports of injuries or structural damage after 4.2-magnitude quake, the garden of England becomes ripe for ridicule

On Friday morning the world woke up to reports of an earthquake in Kent – and their Twitter feeds stuffed full of the same jokes endlessly retweeted.

There have been no reports of injuries or structural damage, so the 4.2-magnitude quake in the garden of England is ripe for ridicule.

Devastation after over night #kentearthquake . Damage estimated to be around 39p. pic.twitter.com/vH6l5eLi7v

Apparently Kent had an earthquake measuring 4.2 last night. The scenes posted online are devastating. #KentEarthquake pic.twitter.com/H4DjnuOSel

No matter how much inconvenience the #KentEarthquake has caused....us kentonians will troop on x pic.twitter.com/WUfdA45C9k

#KentEarthquake We will rebuild❤️ pic.twitter.com/aAgULOYpoU

Jerry can't defeat us and neither will an earthquake. It's time for Kent to rebuild. #kentearthquake pic.twitter.com/5f0JhYk8gd

First pic of #kent #earthquake damage comes in pic.twitter.com/7I7NFtk4wU

The #KentEarthquake has left a path of overused tweets in its wake pic.twitter.com/FFfA1xGNOY

I really hope the #KentEarthquake has not knocked over a garden chair anywhere.

First photos of the catastrophic storm damage in London emerging. pic.twitter.com/D8iXXf11TW

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When disaster strikes, cash transfers can offer older people a vital lifeline
2015-05-22 05:30:49 (26 minutes ago) 

For older people unable to endure lengthy waits and mad scrambles for relief items, cash relief and the freedom of choice it confers affords obvious advantages

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Sandwiches Are a Major Contributor to Dietary Sodium Intake
2015-05-22 05:30:41 (26 minutes ago) 
Sandwiches account for one-fifth of total sodium intake, with nearly half of American adults consuming them on any given day, according to new study published in the Journal of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics
 
We will rebuild: Kent earthquake shakes Twitter into sarcasm overload
2015-05-22 05:30:31 (26 minutes ago) 

With no reports of injuries or structural damage after 4.2-magnitude quake, the garden of England becomes ripe for ridicule

On Friday morning the world woke up to reports of an earthquake in Kent – and their Twitter feeds stuffed full of the same jokes endlessly retweeted.

There have been no reports of injuries or structural damage, so the 4.2-magnitude quake in the garden of England is ripe for ridicule.

Devastation after over night #kentearthquake . Damage estimated to be around 39p. pic.twitter.com/vH6l5eLi7v

Apparently Kent had an earthquake measuring 4.2 last night. The scenes posted online are devastating. #KentEarthquake pic.twitter.com/H4DjnuOSel

No matter how much inconvenience the #KentEarthquake has caused....us kentonians will troop on x pic.twitter.com/WUfdA45C9k

#KentEarthquake We will rebuild❤️ pic.twitter.com/aAgULOYpoU

Jerry can't defeat us and neither will an earthquake. It's time for Kent to rebuild. #kentearthquake pic.twitter.com/5f0JhYk8gd

First pic of #kent #earthquake damage comes in pic.twitter.com/7I7NFtk4wU

The #KentEarthquake has left a path of overused tweets in its wake pic.twitter.com/FFfA1xGNOY

I really hope the #KentEarthquake has not knocked over a garden chair anywhere.

First photos of the catastrophic storm damage in London emerging. pic.twitter.com/D8iXXf11TW

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Prosecutor: Man accused of murdering South Boston woman was sane during brutal attacks
2015-05-22 05:30:24 (26 minutes ago) 
In less than 20 hours, Edwin J. Alemany went on a one-man rampage across South Boston, prosecutors said during the first day of his murder trial Wednesday.






 
Nuttall set for release from jail
2015-05-22 05:30:12 (26 minutes ago) 
Former Labor minister Gordon Nuttall, jailed for 14 years for perjury and corruption, has been given a release date.
 
The Bookstore Built by Jeff Kinney, the ‘Wimpy Kid’
2015-05-22 05:28:13 (28 minutes ago) 
Jeff Kinney has sold more than 150 million copies of his “Diary of a Wimpy Kid” books. Now he is opening a bookstore in his hometown.







 
Serial stabber admits to killing Bronx prostitute: sources
2015-05-22 05:27:30 (29 minutes ago) 
Lucius Crawford, 62, took a plea deal of 25 years to life — the maximum sentence — for murdering Nella West, said the sources.






 
Live the dream in a fairytale castle – in pictures
2015-05-22 05:25:02 (32 minutes ago) 

For £3.5m you can buy this 15th century chateau with 13 bedrooms, a caretaker’s cottage, tennis court and swimming pool

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Sandwiches Are a Major Contributor to Dietary Sodium Intake
2015-05-22 05:23:54 (33 minutes ago) 
Sandwiches account for one-fifth of total sodium intake, with nearly half of American adults consuming them on any given day, according to new study published in the Journal of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics
 
Suspect in quadruple slaying of wealthy D.C. family, housekeeper arrested
2015-05-22 05:21:37 (35 minutes ago) 
An ex-convict accused in the slayings of a wealthy Washington family and their housekeeper was arrested Thursday, a week after authorities said the family was killed and their mansion was set on fire.
 
Colombia strike kills 18 Farc rebels
2015-05-22 05:21:10 (35 minutes ago) 
At least 18 members of the Farc rebel group die in an army raid - the deadliest attack since air raids resumed last month.
 
A conversation with Jeni: Scoop shops reopen tonight
2015-05-22 05:20:32 (36 minutes ago) 
It’s been a difficult month for Jeni’s Splendid Ice Creams, but the company is set to reopen its scoop shops at 7 p.m. tonight.
 
Grand jury indicts six Baltimore cops
2015-05-22 05:20:26 (36 minutes ago) 
BALTIMORE - A grand jury indicted all six officers charged in the case of Freddie Gray, who died of injuries he suffered in police custody, allowing the state's attorney to press ahead with the most serious charges despite criticism that she was part of an "overzealous prosecution."
 
Prosecutor: Man accused of murdering South Boston woman was sane during brutal attacks
2015-05-22 05:20:08 (36 minutes ago) 
In less than 20 hours, Edwin J. Alemany went on a one-man rampage across South Boston, prosecutors said during the first day of his murder trial Wednesday.






 
Vigil Honors Memory of Slain Detective Kerrie Orozco
2015-05-22 05:11:03 (46 minutes ago) 
Candles, prayers and tears inside Saint Robert's Bellarmine church in Omaha, Nebraska, at service to honor Kerrie Orozco.







 
Celebrating 20 years of juicy Java. Just don’t mention Android
2015-05-22 05:10:28 (46 minutes ago) 
A remarkable past, and a clouded future

Oracle is celebrating 20 years of Java, which was officially announced at the SunWorld conference in San Francisco on May 23 1995. Java 1.0a2 was made available to download. In addition, Netscape’s Marc Andreessen came on stage to announce that Java would be integrated into the Navigator web browser.…

 
Use playing cards to remind yourself that you are going to die
2015-05-22 05:10:25 (46 minutes ago) 
A lifehack for dying Read the rest
 
VIDEO: Marikana mine massacre: 'Police panicked'
2015-05-22 05:10:25 (46 minutes ago) 
Nomsa Maseko hears from two policemen who gave evidence to the inquiry into the Marikana mine massacre.
 
Merkel says 'a whole lot left' to do on Greece bailout talks
2015-05-22 05:10:22 (46 minutes ago) 
RIGA, Latvia (AP) -- German Chancellor Angela Merkel on Friday added urgency to the talks between Athens and its international creditors, saying after a meeting with Greek counterpart Alexis Tsipras that "very, very intensive work is still needed."...
 
Stopping the scandal of 'sorry, you're just not vulnerable enough'
2015-05-22 05:10:17 (46 minutes ago) 

A landmark Supreme Court ruling will rightly stop councils refusing to help many single homeless people deemed not vulnerable enough

In 2005 I met a man who, for the purposes of sharing his story, we’ll call Paulo. Paulo was a Portuguese chef in his late 20s who had moved to the UK to set up home with his British girlfriend. The couple lived in Blackheath and he had stable work in the kitchen of a chichi south London restaurant.

But a silly mistake cost Paulo the life he had built. He got caught up in pub brawl and was arrested for causing actual bodily harm. He was sentenced to just six weeks in prison, but during this time he lost his job, his girlfriend and his home.

Related: UK homeless no longer have to take 'almost impossible' accommodation test

Local authorities have warned they do not have enough homes to provide accommodation for everyone they legally have to

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More Australians now relocating to New Zealand than the other way round
2015-05-22 05:05:13 (51 minutes ago) 

There was a net inflow of migrants to New Zealand from Australia reported in April 2015 – and that is for the first time since 1991

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Reese Witherspoon to play Tinker Bell in Disney live action fairytale
2015-05-22 05:05:11 (51 minutes ago) 

New version of tale of mischievous fairy announced six months after Twentieth Century Fox leaked details of rival project starring Melissa McCarthy

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How do teachers remember children's names?
2015-05-22 05:04:57 (52 minutes ago) 

Learning the names of everyone in a class may sound daunting, but there are simple techniques you can use to help

You’ve got your lesson plans nailed, have mastered the interactive white board and know all of your teaching techniques; but there’s still one nagging doubt at the back of your mind: “What if I can’t remember the names of my students?”

Memorising monikers can be a minefield; there’s nothing like an indignant eight-year-old scalding you for getting their name wrong to make you feel like you’re the one being schooled.

Related: Top tips for surviving a teaching observation

Related: How to find your first teaching job

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Prosecutor: Man accused of murdering South Boston woman was sane during brutal attacks
2015-05-22 05:01:27 (55 minutes ago) 
In less than 20 hours, Edwin J. Alemany went on a one-man rampage across South Boston, prosecutors said during the first day of his murder trial Wednesday.






 
Sandwiches Are a Major Contributor to Dietary Sodium Intake
2015-05-22 05:00:12 (56 minutes ago) 
Sandwiches account for one-fifth of total sodium intake, with nearly half of American adults consuming them on any given day, according to new study published in the Journal of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics
 
Prosecutor: Man accused of murdering South Boston woman was sane during brutal attacks
2015-05-22 05:00:07 (56 minutes ago) 
In less than 20 hours, Edwin J. Alemany went on a one-man rampage across South Boston, prosecutors said during the first day of his murder trial Wednesday.






 
Erdogan to Provide Mercedes to Top Cleric Following Uproar
2015-05-22 05:00:02 (57 minutes ago) 
Erdogan to provide Mercedes to top Turkish cleric who returned his following uproar
 
Firefighters Hurt After Plunging Through Casino's Roof
2015-05-22 04:51:07 (1 hours ago) 
Four firefighters were injured after falling through a roof while battling a blaze in Cudahy, California, late Thursday.
 
Marina Abramović Institute Apologizes to Jay Z, Saying He Did Donate After All
2015-05-22 04:50:53 (1 hours ago) 
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California oil spil: Just how bad is it?
2015-05-22 04:50:35 (1 hours ago) 
At its worst, the smell burns your nostrils and gives you a little nagging headache.
 
New Hampshire Rep. Frank Guinta says he won’t resign, despite calls from fellow Republicans
2015-05-22 04:50:27 (1 hours ago) 
New Hampshire representative Frank Guinta is under mountains of pressure to resign from fellow state Republicans after campaign finance violations, but says he does not intend to.






 
AP PHOTOS: Fleeing Yemen war, thousands stuck in Djibouti
2015-05-22 04:50:22 (1 hours ago) 
OBOCK, Djibouti (AP) - Fleeing the war at home, thousands of Yemenis have made it across the Gulf of Aden to find refuge in Djibouti, a sleepy Horn of Africa nation where the United Nations has set up a staging hub for aid for the conflict-torn Arab country. Many of the refugees are relieved to have escaped after two months of Saudi-led airstrikes targeting Yemen's Shiite rebels and fighting on the ground between rival factions that have pushed their country to the brink of collapse....
 
Mattarella to visit Expo June 5
2015-05-22 05:51:15 (5 minutes ago) 
Will tour pavilions whole day






 
Hundreds Protest Washington Police Wounding of 2 Unarmed Suspects
2015-05-22 05:50:53 (6 minutes ago) 
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UK data watchdog: Massive fines won't keep data safe
2015-05-22 05:50:41 (6 minutes ago) 
 
Dunkirk veterans gather in France to commemorate WWII evacuation
2015-05-22 05:50:28 (6 minutes ago) 

Former soldiers to visit British memorial at Dunkirk military cemetery after little ships used in second world war rescue arrived on Thursday

Veterans of the Dunkirk evacuation during the second world war will gather on Friday in northern France to remember their fallen comrades.

The former soldiers, now in their 90s, will visit the British memorial at the Dunkirk military cemetery in the port town on the 75th anniversary of the rescue.

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Unfinished Orson Welles memoir found 30 years after great director's death
2015-05-22 05:50:25 (6 minutes ago) 

Typewritten autobiography details Citizen Kane director’s musings on Hemingway, Rita Hayworth and DW Griffith

An unfinished memoir by Orson Welles has been discovered by archivists at the University of Michigan, more than three decades after the iconic film-maker’s death.

The autobiography, titled One Man Band, explains why Welles failed to complete a number of film projects - the director is famed for his struggles with the major studio system - and details his views on his great friend (and occasional foe) Ernest Hemingway, wife Rita Hayworth and film-maker DW Griffith. Written on a typewriter, beginning in the 1970s and with handwritten notes and edits, it was discovered by archivists at the University of Michigan in a stash of eight boxes of Welles material sent by the Citizen Kane director’s partner of 24 years, Oja Kodar, from her home in Croatia.

Related: Lost and unfinished Orson Welles film set for release

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Q&A on origins of Rohingya conflict and why it persists
2015-05-22 05:50:20 (6 minutes ago) 
YANGON, Myanmar (AP) -- Many of the thousands of migrants abandoned at sea in Southeast Asia this month are Rohingya Muslims who fled their home country of Myanmar. Here are facts about the history and persecution of the ethnic and religious minority:...
 
Trump twitter droppings hit Kasich: Darcy cartoon
2015-05-22 05:48:48 (8 minutes ago) 
While I'm not certain Kasich will run, I am certain that Trump, a usual, is desperate for attention and will run his mouth every opportunity he gets.
 
RockPaperRobot brings physics to your home
2015-05-22 05:46:33 (10 minutes ago) 
When you think of astrophysics, you probably don't think of furniture, but one designer is trying to change that
 
'A vote for social change': readers' views on Ireland's gay marriage referendum
2015-05-22 05:45:25 (11 minutes ago) 

Ahead of Ireland’s referendum on gay marriage we asked anyone living in Ireland to share their photos and experiences. Here is a selection of some of your photos and stories

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Sandwiches Are a Major Contributor to Dietary Sodium Intake
2015-05-22 05:44:06 (12 minutes ago) 
Sandwiches account for one-fifth of total sodium intake, with nearly half of American adults consuming them on any given day, according to new study published in the Journal of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics
 
New Hampshire Rep. Frank Guinta says he won’t resign, despite calls from fellow Republicans
2015-05-22 05:41:38 (15 minutes ago) 
New Hampshire representative Frank Guinta is under mountains of pressure to resign from fellow state Republicans after campaign finance violations, but says he does not intend to.






 
Myanmar in first migrant boat rescue
2015-05-22 05:41:21 (15 minutes ago) 
Myanmar rescues two migrant boats with more than 200 people in its waters in the first such operation following criticism.
 
Should it be necessary to be British to vote in the EU referendum?
2015-05-22 05:40:23 (16 minutes ago) 
Scare stories about European ‘foreigners’ having a say in the outcome overlook the fact that many non-citizens can vote in UK elections already. Stranger still, no one – not even Ukip – seems to want to talk about it Continue reading...
 
David Cameron plays down hopes of quick EU deal
2015-05-22 05:40:23 (16 minutes ago) 

Prime minister arrives in Latvia determined to press Britain’s case for change, but warns there will be ‘lots of ups and downs along the way’

David Cameron has warned there will be ups and downs in his battle for changes to the European Union as he arrived at a summit in Latvia.

Speaking from Riga before his first summit with EU leaders since his general election victory, the UK prime minister played down any expectations of a quick deal and suggested other countries and commentators would initially create “noise” to undermine his aims.

Related: Figures show immigration surge as Cameron unveils illegal working bill

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Morning Updates: an opiate crisis, and what bin Laden read
2015-05-22 05:40:16 (16 minutes ago) 
Here’s what you need to know today, including Osama bin Laden’s media diet, Gloucester’s police chief on drug reform, and how art theft from Boston Public Library may have been an “inside job.”






 
Save All Your Photos—Especially the ‘Bad’ Ones
2015-05-22 05:31:42 (25 minutes ago) 

Don't delete those old photos, even if you think they suck. Your uncurated images are a key part of your personal history.

The post Save All Your Photos—Especially the ‘Bad’ Ones appeared first on WIRED.









 
Burma Rescues Over 200 Boat People
2015-05-22 05:30:56 (26 minutes ago) 
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Climate change blamed for severe drought hitting Vietnam's coffee crops
2015-05-22 05:30:49 (26 minutes ago) 

Exports drop 40% as world’s second-biggest coffee exporter suffers rising temperatures and drought, combined with effects of deforestation, land degradation and depleted water resources caused by decades of growth

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Hundreds of thousands to attend Oscar Romero beatification in El Salvador
2015-05-22 05:30:49 (26 minutes ago) 

Ceremony underlines murdered archbishop’s arrival in official favour, but Salvadorans remain divided about the shooting and its repercussions

Thirty five years after he was murdered at the altar, Archbishop Oscar Arnulfo Romero will be beatified in El Salvador on Saturday in a ceremony that aims to at least temporarily unite a conflict-plagued nation.

An envoy of Pope Francis will lead the event which is expected to draw hundreds of thousands of Catholics to the main square of San Salvador in recognition of a man who was known during the military dictatorship and civil war as a “voice for the voiceless”.

My brother Roberto talked about Monseñor Romero with lots of hatred and anger

Related: Catholic church warms to liberation theology as founder heads to Vatican

He was criminali​​sed, he was persecuted and he was exterminated by the government, like we are now

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Listen to the Cure's Robert Smith cover the Twilight Sad
2015-05-22 05:30:35 (26 minutes ago) 

There’s A Girl In The Corner by Scottish group the Twilight Sad gets the ultimate endorsement with a cover by the Cure frontman. Listen to the exclusive here and tell us what you make of it!

A few years ago, Stuart Braithwaite from Mogwai forwarded fellow Scottish post-rock group the Twilight Sad an email from the Cure’s Robert Smith, in which Smith said that he was a fan of the band.

“For as far back as I can remember, we have all been huge fans of the Cure, so reading that was obviously very mind blowing – although I was always slightly sceptical, thinking it was maybe Barry Burns from Mogwai, trying to pull some elaborate joke on us,” says Twilight Sad guitarist Andy MacFarlane.

Related: Hear the Cure cover the Beatles on their first new recording for six years – exclusive

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Welcome to Baoding, China's most polluted city
2015-05-22 05:30:26 (26 minutes ago) 

In February, Baoding was given the unwanted title of possessing the worst air quality in the whole of China. Jennifer Duggan pays a visit – and discovers a city desperate to reinvent itself as a pioneer of renewable energy

It is a rare blue-skied day in the city of Baoding, in north-eastern China. It’s not even that clear, but the hazy sky is as blue as it gets here. Most days, the sky is obscured by a thick blanket of smog.

Baoding, a city of 10 million people, was named in February as China’s most polluted city by the Ministry of Environmental Protection, based on air pollution figures gathered for 2014. By mid-May of this year, the city had only enjoyed 16 days of air quality that could be considered “good” by the official classification.

It was much better when I was young – the air was very clean. We rarely see blue skies now

The great irony is that, in 2010, Baoding was named ​as ​a pilot of China’s project to introduce low-carbon ​zones

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Morning Updates: an opiate crisis, and what bin Laden read
2015-05-22 05:30:24 (26 minutes ago) 
Here’s what you need to know today, including Osama bin Laden’s media diet, Gloucester’s police chief on drug reform, and how art theft from Boston Public Library may have been an “inside job.”






 
Authorities arrest man wanted in the killings of a wealthy DC family, their housekeeper
2015-05-22 05:29:53 (27 minutes ago) 
 
Obama Set to Strengthen Federal Role in Clean Water Regulation
2015-05-22 05:28:13 (28 minutes ago) 
The administration is to soon announce new executive action that would restore its authority to limit water pollution. Republicans are trying to block the president.







 
NYC Vendor Caught Selling $30 Hotdogs to Tourists Fired
2015-05-22 05:27:19 (29 minutes ago) 
The hot dog vendor exposed by NBC New York for selling overpriced food to visitors near Ground Zero has been fired, the cart owner says.
 
We will rebuild: Kent earthquake shakes Twitter into sarcasm overload
2015-05-22 05:24:58 (32 minutes ago) 

With no reports of injuries or structural damage after 4.2-magnitude quake on Friday morning, the garden of England becomes ripe for ridicule

On Friday morning the world woke up to reports of an earthquake in Kent – and their Twitter feeds stuffed full of the same jokes endlessly retweeted.

There have been no reports of injuries or structural damage, so the 4.2-magnitude quake in the garden of England is ripe for ridicule.

Devastation after over night #kentearthquake . Damage estimated to be around 39p. pic.twitter.com/vH6l5eLi7v

Apparently Kent had an earthquake measuring 4.2 last night. The scenes posted online are devastating. #KentEarthquake pic.twitter.com/H4DjnuOSel

No matter how much inconvenience the #KentEarthquake has caused....us kentonians will troop on x pic.twitter.com/WUfdA45C9k

#KentEarthquake We will rebuild❤️ pic.twitter.com/aAgULOYpoU

Jerry can't defeat us and neither will an earthquake. It's time for Kent to rebuild. #kentearthquake pic.twitter.com/5f0JhYk8gd

First pic of #kent #earthquake damage comes in pic.twitter.com/7I7NFtk4wU

The #KentEarthquake has left a path of overused tweets in its wake pic.twitter.com/FFfA1xGNOY

I really hope the #KentEarthquake has not knocked over a garden chair anywhere.

First photos of the catastrophic storm damage in London emerging. pic.twitter.com/D8iXXf11TW

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China cracks down on cleavage at cosplay convention
2015-05-22 05:22:53 (34 minutes ago) 
 
New Hampshire Rep. Frank Guinta says he won’t resign, despite calls from fellow Republicans
2015-05-22 05:21:26 (35 minutes ago) 
New Hampshire representative Frank Guinta is under mountains of pressure to resign from fellow state Republicans after campaign finance violations, but says he does not intend to.






 
Colombia strike kills 18 Farc rebels
2015-05-22 05:21:03 (36 minutes ago) 
At least 18 members of the Farc rebel group die in an army raid - the deadliest attack since air raids resumed last month.
 
FDA: Jeni’s failed to follow basic sanitation procedures
2015-05-22 05:20:32 (36 minutes ago) 
Jeni’s Splendid Ice Creams’ production kitchen lacked proper controls and employees failed to understand basic sanitation leading up to a listeria contamination last month, according to inspectors from the Federal Drug Administration. Inspectors said Jeni’s director of operations and regulatory manager “demonstrated a lack of competency.”
 
Sandwiches Are a Major Contributor to Dietary Sodium Intake
2015-05-22 05:20:14 (36 minutes ago) 
Sandwiches account for one-fifth of total sodium intake, with nearly half of American adults consuming them on any given day, according to new study published in the Journal of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics
 
Morning Updates: an opiate crisis, and what bin Laden read
2015-05-22 05:20:08 (36 minutes ago) 
Here’s what you need to know today, including Osama bin Laden’s media diet, Gloucester’s police chief on drug reform, and how art theft from Boston Public Library may have been an “inside job.”






 
Stopping the scandal of 'sorry, you're just not vulnerable enough'
2015-05-22 05:10:48 (46 minutes ago) 

A landmark Supreme Court ruling will rightly stop councils refusing to help many single homeless people deemed not vulnerable enough

In 2005 I met a man who, for the purposes of sharing his story, we’ll call Paulo. Paulo was a Portuguese chef in his late 20s who had moved to the UK to set up home with his British girlfriend. The couple lived in Blackheath and he had stable work in the kitchen of a chichi south London restaurant.

But a silly mistake cost Paulo the life he had built. He got caught up in pub brawl and was arrested for causing actual bodily harm. He was sentenced to just six weeks in prison, but during this time he lost his job, his girlfriend and his home.

Related: UK homeless no longer have to take 'almost impossible' accommodation test

Local authorities have warned they do not have enough homes to provide accommodation for everyone they legally have to

Continue reading...
 
New Hampshire Rep. Frank Guinta says he won’t resign, despite calls from fellow Republicans
2015-05-22 05:10:27 (46 minutes ago) 
New Hampshire representative Frank Guinta is under mountains of pressure to resign from fellow state Republicans after campaign finance violations, but says he does not intend to.






 
Quadriplegic man with brain interface controls robot arm with intent
2015-05-22 05:10:25 (46 minutes ago) 

At Caltech, Erik Sorto, a quadriplegic, controlled a robot arm with his mind to drink a beer, feed himself, and play video games. Read the rest

 
Luiz dismisses 'virgin' reports
2015-05-22 05:10:25 (46 minutes ago) 
Paris St-Germain defender David Luiz accuses the media of a lack of respect after dismissing reports he is a virgin.
 
Merkel says 'a whole lot left' to do on Greece bailout talks
2015-05-22 05:10:22 (46 minutes ago) 
RIGA, Latvia (AP) -- German Chancellor Angela Merkel on Friday added urgency to the talks between Athens and its international creditors, saying after a meeting with Greek counterpart Alexis Tsipras that "very, very intensive work is still needed."...
 
Ad men on Mad Men: what the show got right about the advertising business
2015-05-22 05:10:15 (46 minutes ago) 

Some of the 60s Madison Avenue ad men might not have liked the show, but that’s because it unerringly captured the life they led

One of the greatest testaments to the accuracy of Mad Men is that 82-year old art director, George Lois, one of the huge figures of Madison Avenue in the 1960s, wrote a furious article in the August 2010 edition of Playboy, in which he said:

“The more I think and write about Mad Men, the more I take the show as a personal insult. So fuck you, Mad Men, you phoney grey-flannel-suit, male-chauvinist, no-talent, Wasp, white-shirted, racist, antisemitic Republican SOBs!”

Related: The real Mad Men: ads from the heyday of Madison Avenue

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Kent earthquake: 'I woke up to find the whole room shaking' – audio
2015-05-22 05:05:13 (51 minutes ago) 
Kent residents tell how they felt tremors from a magnitude-4.2 earthquake in the early hours of Friday morning, shaking houses, rattling windows and waking people in the county. Stella Hulott from Westgate says she found the experience frightening, and describes how she could hear a very loud rumble and felt the room shaking Continue reading...
 
Dancers descend on Sydney's Hyde Park to shake off Brandis' cuts to arts funding – video
2015-05-22 05:05:10 (51 minutes ago) 
Dancers were out in force in Sydney's Hyde Park on Friday as part of Australia-wide protests against more than $100m in cuts to the country's top arts funding body, the Australia Council. Around 100 artists and members of the arts industry turned up to perform the so-called 'dance action'. Arts minister George Brandis attracted criticism for his decision to cut funding in the May budget Continue reading...
 
Ad men on Mad Men: what the show got right about the advertising business
2015-05-22 05:04:52 (52 minutes ago) 

Some of the 60s Madison Avenue ad men might not have liked the show, but that’s because it unerringly captured the life they led

One of the greatest testaments to the accuracy of Mad Men is that 82-year old art director, George Lois, one of the huge figures of Madison Avenue in the 1960s, wrote a furious article in the August 2010 edition of Playboy, in which he said:

“The more I think and write about Mad Men, the more I take the show as a personal insult. So fuck you, Mad Men, you phoney grey-flannel-suit, male-chauvinist, no-talent, Wasp, white-shirted, racist, antisemitic Republican SOBs!”

Related: The real Mad Men: ads from the heyday of Madison Avenue

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Morning Updates: an opiate crisis, and what bin Laden read
2015-05-22 05:01:26 (55 minutes ago) 
Here’s what you need to know today, including Osama bin Laden’s media diet, Gloucester’s police chief on drug reform, and how art theft from Boston Public Library may have been an “inside job.”






 
Full Episode: Nightline 05/21/15: DC Mansion Murder Suspect Taken Into Custody
2015-05-22 05:00:10 (56 minutes ago) 
Celebrating Disneyland's 60th Anniversary; On the Town with Zedd
 
Morning Updates: an opiate crisis, and what bin Laden read
2015-05-22 05:00:07 (56 minutes ago) 
Here’s what you need to know today, including Osama bin Laden’s media diet, Gloucester’s police chief on drug reform, and how art theft from Boston Public Library may have been an “inside job.”






 
AP PHOTOS: Fleeing Yemen War, Thousands Stuck in Djibouti
2015-05-22 05:00:02 (57 minutes ago) 
AP PHOTOS: Fleeing Yemen's war, thousands of Yemenis find themselves stranded in Djibouti
 
Ireland set to approve gay marriage in public vote
2015-05-22 04:51:05 (1 hours ago) 

Results are due Saturday.

        
 
Boy Who Was Smuggled to Spain in Suitcase Is Granted a Temporary Residence Permit
2015-05-22 04:50:53 (1 hours ago) 
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José Mourinho named Barclays Premier League manager of the season
2015-05-22 04:50:33 (1 hours ago) 
• Chelsea man wins despite not receiving one Manager of the Month award
• Eden Hazard unable to pick up Player of the Year award due to dental surgery

Chelsea’s José Mourinho has been named the Barclays Premier League manager of the season.

Mourinho guided Chelsea to their first Premier League title in five years earlier this month which completed a domestic double, the west London club having beaten Tottenham in the Capital One Cup final at Wembley in March.

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Prosecutor: Man accused of murdering South Boston woman was sane during brutal attacks
2015-05-22 04:50:27 (1 hours ago) 
In less than 20 hours, Edwin J. Alemany went on a one-man rampage across South Boston, prosecutors said during the first day of his murder trial Wednesday.






 
AP PHOTOS: Fleeing Yemen war, thousands stuck in Djibouti
2015-05-22 04:50:22 (1 hours ago) 
OBOCK, Djibouti (AP) -- Fleeing the war at home, thousands of Yemenis have made it across the Gulf of Aden to find refuge in Djibouti, a sleepy Horn of Africa nation where the United Nations has set up a staging hub for aid for the conflict-torn Arab country....
 
Olympic 2024 bid 'dear to us' Mattarella
2015-05-22 05:51:15 (5 minutes ago) 
'We support it with great force,' president tells IOC chief






 
The best and worst of public art in cities – readers' pictures
2015-05-22 05:50:52 (6 minutes ago) 

From sculptures and graffiti to performances and installations, readers shared their favourite examples of urban art around the world – as well as some of the more questionable works

See the full gallery on GuardianWitness here
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UK data watchdog: Massive fines won't keep data safe
2015-05-22 05:50:37 (6 minutes ago) 
We should be able to use threats though

The UK’s data protection watchdog has said issuing fines "left, right and centre" is not the way to ensure privacy.…

 
New Hampshire Rep. Frank Guinta says he won’t resign, despite calls from fellow Republicans
2015-05-22 05:50:27 (6 minutes ago) 
New Hampshire representative Frank Guinta is under mountains of pressure to resign from fellow state Republicans after campaign finance violations, but says he does not intend to.






 
Epic doodling
2015-05-22 05:50:23 (6 minutes ago) 

I’m a pretty big fan of doodling, but my stuff has nothing on Peter Deligdisch. Read the rest

 
Q&A on origins of Rohingya conflict and why it persists
2015-05-22 05:50:20 (6 minutes ago) 
YANGON, Myanmar (AP) -- Many of the thousands of migrants abandoned at sea in Southeast Asia this month are Rohingya Muslims who fled their home country of Myanmar. Here are facts about the history and persecution of the ethnic and religious minority:...
 
Ex-Korean Air Executive in ‘Nut Rage’ Case Freed From Prison After Sentence Is Cut
2015-05-22 05:48:18 (8 minutes ago) 
Cho Hyun-ah, who forced a plane back to its gate over how she was served nuts, is released after an appeals court reduced and then suspended her sentence.







 
Brett Arends's ROI: This is how Greece should handle its crisis
2015-05-22 05:46:31 (10 minutes ago) 
It may be too late, but it needs to do four things, says Brett Arends.
 
Israel should defy the world over West Bank, says new deputy foreign minister – video
2015-05-22 05:45:23 (11 minutes ago) 
Israel's new deputy foreign minister, Tzipi Hotovely, delivers her inaugural speech to Israeli diplomats on Thursday. Hotovely says Israel has tried too hard to appease the world and must stand up for itself, adding that 'the international community should recognise Israel's right to build homes for Jews in their homeland, everywhere' Continue reading...
 
5 things to start your day
2015-05-22 05:42:15 (14 minutes ago) 
Suspect in Washington family killing is nabbed. The Boy Scouts may soon let in gay leaders. And biker gangs in Texas issue new threats against cops.
 
Prosecutor: Man accused of murdering South Boston woman was sane during brutal attacks
2015-05-22 05:41:37 (15 minutes ago) 
In less than 20 hours, Edwin J. Alemany went on a one-man rampage across South Boston, prosecutors said during the first day of his murder trial Wednesday.






 
Myanmar in first migrant boat rescue
2015-05-22 05:41:15 (15 minutes ago) 
Myanmar rescues two migrant boats with more than 200 people in its waters in the first such operation following criticism.
 
Does the government really believe multinationals are the answer to global poverty?
2015-05-22 05:40:23 (16 minutes ago) 

The UK’s Department for International Development has passionately embraced the private sector, but is there any evidence to show that it’s worth it?

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Sandwiches Are a Major Contributor to Dietary Sodium Intake
2015-05-22 05:40:21 (16 minutes ago) 
Sandwiches account for one-fifth of total sodium intake, with nearly half of American adults consuming them on any given day, according to new study published in the Journal of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics
 
5 Things to Know This Morning: In Custody
2015-05-22 05:40:16 (16 minutes ago) 
Your look at the five biggest and most buzz-worthy stories of the morning.
 
Report: Islamic State seizes town near Ramadi
2015-05-22 05:31:08 (25 minutes ago) 

Sheikh Rafie al-Fahdawi said Friday that the small town of Husseiba, which is about four miles east of Ramadi, fell overnight.

        
 
Welcome to Baoding, China's most polluted city
2015-05-22 05:30:49 (26 minutes ago) 

In February, Baoding was given the unwanted title of possessing the worst air quality in the whole of China. Jennifer Duggan pays a visit – and discovers a city desperate to reinvent itself as a pioneer of renewable energy

It is a rare blue-skied day in the city of Baoding, in north-eastern China. It’s not even that clear, but the hazy sky is as blue as it gets here. Most days, the sky is obscured by a thick blanket of smog.

Baoding, a city of 10 million people, was named in February as China’s most polluted city by the Ministry of Environmental Protection, based on air pollution figures gathered for 2014. By mid-May of this year, the city had only enjoyed 16 days of air quality that could be considered “good” by the official classification.

It was much better when I was young – the air was very clean. We rarely see blue skies now

The great irony is that, in 2010, Baoding was named ​as ​a pilot of China’s project to introduce low-carbon ​zones

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David Cameron plays down hopes of quick EU deal
2015-05-22 05:30:49 (26 minutes ago) 

Prime minister arrives in Latvia determined to press Britain’s case for change, but warns there will be ‘lots of ups and downs along the way’

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Listen to the Cure's Robert Smith cover the Twilight Sad
2015-05-22 05:30:48 (26 minutes ago) 

There’s A Girl In The Corner by Scottish group the Twilight Sad gets the ultimate endorsement with a cover by the Cure frontman. Listen to the exclusive here and tell us what you make of it!

A few years ago, Stuart Braithwaite from Mogwai forwarded fellow Scottish post-rock group the Twilight Sad an email from the Cure’s Robert Smith, in which Smith said that he was a fan of the band.

“For as far back as I can remember, we have all been huge fans of the Cure, so reading that was obviously very mind blowing – although I was always slightly sceptical, thinking it was maybe Barry Burns from Mogwai, trying to pull some elaborate joke on us,” says Twilight Sad guitarist Andy MacFarlane.

Related: Hear the Cure cover the Beatles on their first new recording for six years – exclusive

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Live the dream in a fairytale castle – in pictures
2015-05-22 05:30:35 (26 minutes ago) 

For £3.5m you can buy this 15th century chateau with 13 bedrooms, a caretaker’s cottage, tennis court and swimming pool

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UK budget deficit narrows after VAT and corporation tax boost
2015-05-22 05:30:25 (26 minutes ago) 

Office for National Statistics said government borrowing was £6.8bn in April, down nearly 27% from a year earlier

Britain’s public sector budget deficit narrowed more than expected in April, giving chancellor George Osborne a boost as he renews his push to fix the country’s public finances.

The Office for National Statistics said public sector net borrowing, excluding state-controlled banks, totalled £6.8bn in April, down nearly 27% from a year earlier and the lowest shortfall for that month since 2008.

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VIDEO: Player's tears at basketball plight
2015-05-22 05:30:22 (26 minutes ago) 
GB basketball player Azania Stewart breaks down in tears as she discusses the future of the women's game, ahead of the 2015 EuroBasket in Hungary.
 
NSA Planned To Hijack Google App Store To Hack Smartphones
2015-05-22 05:29:37 (27 minutes ago) 
Advocatus Diaboli writes: A newly released top secret document reveals that the NSA planned to hijack Google and Samsung app stores to plant spying software on smartphones. The report on the surveillance project, dubbed "IRRITANT HORN," shows the U.S. and its "Five Eyes" alliance: Canada, the United Kingdom, New Zealand and Australia, were looking at ways to hack smartphones and spy on users. According to The Intercept: "The top-secret document, obtained from NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden, was published Wednesday by CBC News in collaboration with The Intercept. The document outlines a series of tactics that the NSA and its counterparts in the Five Eyes were working on during workshops held in Australia and Canada between November 2011 and February 2012."

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Grand jury indicts six Baltimore cops
2015-05-22 05:28:03 (29 minutes ago) 
BALTIMORE - A grand jury indicted all six officers charged in the case of Freddie Gray, who died of injuries he suffered in police custody, allowing the state's attorney to press ahead with the most serious charges despite criticism that she was part of an "overzealous prosecution."
 
Flags In: Arlington Prepares for Memorial Day
2015-05-22 05:26:41 (30 minutes ago) 
In a tradition known as "Flags In", American flags were placed at the graves of U.S. soldiers at Arlington National Cemetery.







 
UK budget deficit narrows after VAT and corporation tax boost
2015-05-22 05:24:52 (32 minutes ago) 

Office for National Statistics said government borrowing was £6.8bn in April, down nearly 27% from a year earlier

Britain’s public sector budget deficit narrowed more than expected in April, giving chancellor George Osborne a boost as he renews his push to fix the country’s public finances.

The Office for National Statistics said public sector net borrowing, excluding state-controlled banks, totalled £6.8bn in April, down nearly 27% from a year earlier and the lowest shortfall for that month since 2008.

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Heat storage table could lower your AC Bills
2015-05-22 05:22:53 (34 minutes ago) 
 
Prosecutor: Man accused of murdering South Boston woman was sane during brutal attacks
2015-05-22 05:21:25 (35 minutes ago) 
In less than 20 hours, Edwin J. Alemany went on a one-man rampage across South Boston, prosecutors said during the first day of his murder trial Wednesday.






 
AMs will receive a £10,000 pay rise
2015-05-22 05:21:03 (36 minutes ago) 
The basic salary for assembly members in Wales will rise from £54,000 to £64,000 in 2016, it is confirmed.
 
France to force big supermarkets to give away unsold food to charity
2015-05-22 05:20:30 (36 minutes ago) 
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Yoga in The Classroom
2015-05-22 05:20:09 (36 minutes ago) 
 
Deputy Russia FM: Western Mideast Policies 'Short-Sighted'
2015-05-22 05:20:03 (37 minutes ago) 
Deputy Russia FM: External players cannot solve Syria crisis, Western policies 'short-sighted'
 
Sandwiches Are a Major Contributor to Dietary Sodium Intake
2015-05-22 05:10:42 (46 minutes ago) 
Sandwiches account for one-fifth of total sodium intake, with nearly half of American adults consuming them on any given day, according to new study published in the Journal of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics
 
Prosecutor: Man accused of murdering South Boston woman was sane during brutal attacks
2015-05-22 05:10:27 (46 minutes ago) 
In less than 20 hours, Edwin J. Alemany went on a one-man rampage across South Boston, prosecutors said during the first day of his murder trial Wednesday.






 
Limited-edition 'Code Black' HD-camera drone for 50% Off
2015-05-22 05:10:25 (46 minutes ago) 

This powerful little drone ($99) is the size of your palm, and uses 6-axis gyro technology for an extremely smooth flight.

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Rodgers expects Sterling to stay
2015-05-22 05:10:25 (46 minutes ago) 
Brendan Rodgers says he expects Raheem Sterling to see through the remaining two years of his contract.
 
Agnes Martin: the artist mystic who disappeared into the desert
2015-05-22 05:10:21 (46 minutes ago) 

In the summer of 1967, Martin left New York and went off-grid before reappearing in New Mexico. The art she made there – with its buoyant bands of colour – offer no clues to the turbulent life of an artist who was diagnosed with paranoid schizophrenia. Ahead of a major retrospective, Olivia Laing celebrates her visions of pure joy

Art must derive from inspiration, Agnes Martin said, and yet for decades she painted what seems at first glance to be the same thing over and over again, the same core structure subject to infinitely subtle variations. A grid: a set of horizontal and vertical lines drawn meticulously with a ruler and pencil on canvases six feet high and six feet wide. They came, these restrained, reserved, exquisite paintings, as visions, for which she would wait sometimes for weeks on end, rocking in her chair, steadying herself for a glimpse of the minute image that she would paint next. “I paint with my back to the world,” she declared, and what she wanted to catch in her rigorous nets was not material existence, the Earth and its myriad forms, but rather the abstract glories of being: joy, beauty, innocence; happiness itself.

A late starter, Martin kept on going, working at the height of her powers right through her 80s; a stocky figure with apple cheeks and cropped silver hair, dressed in overalls and Indian shirts. She produced the last of her masterpieces a few months before her death in 2004, at the grand old age of 92. But she was also so deeply ambivalent about pride and success and the ego-driven business of making a name for yourself that in the 1960s she abandoned the art world altogether, packing up her New York studio, giving away her materials and disappearing in a pickup truck, surfacing 18 months later on a remote mesa in New Mexico.

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My McDonald's has McTable Service
2015-05-22 05:08:42 (48 minutes ago) 
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Dance rallies held across Australia protest $105m cut to arts funding body
2015-05-22 05:05:13 (51 minutes ago) 

Hundreds of artists and arts sector workers hold protests in capital cities and regional centres over Coalition decision to take money from Australia Council

Protests against a $105m budget cut to the top arts funding body, Australia Council, were held around the nation on Friday.

Hundreds of artists and arts sector workers held dance actions in the major capitals and regional towns such as Lismore and Bathurst.

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Gaza’s economy 'on verge of collapse' as jobless rate hits highest in world
2015-05-22 05:05:09 (51 minutes ago) 

World Bank warns that coastal enclave faces crisis after Israeli blockades, war and poor governance have left 43% of people out of work

The economy of Gaza – assailed by war, poor governance and a joint Israeli-Egyptian blockade – has reached the “verge of collapse” with unemployment in the coastal strip now the highest in the world.

The bleak picture is presented in a devastating report by the World Bank, released on Friday, which said that Gaza’s economy had been strangled by years of blockades, war and poor governance and faces a dangerous crisis over its ability to meet wages and other spending requirements.

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Sandwiches Are a Major Contributor to Dietary Sodium Intake
2015-05-22 05:03:55 (53 minutes ago) 
Sandwiches account for one-fifth of total sodium intake, with nearly half of American adults consuming them on any given day, according to new study published in the Journal of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics
 
Rodgers expects Sterling to stay
2015-05-22 05:01:01 (56 minutes ago) 
Brendan Rodgers says he expects Raheem Sterling to see through the remaining two years of his contract.
 
Full Episode: Nightline 05/21/15: DC Mansion Murder Suspect Taken Into Custody
2015-05-22 05:00:07 (56 minutes ago) 
Celebrating Disneyland's 60th Anniversary; On the Town with Zedd
 
Spanish Opposition Parties Challenge New 'Gag Law'
2015-05-22 05:00:05 (56 minutes ago) 
Spanish opposition parties challenge legality of new 'gag law' before Constitutional Court
 
China Says Work on Charter for Asian Bank Completed
2015-05-22 05:00:02 (57 minutes ago) 
China says work by 57 governments on charter for Asian bank completed, signing due in June
 
Ireland set to approve gay marriage in public vote
2015-05-22 04:51:03 (1 hours ago) 

Results are due Saturday.

       
 
Gaza’s economy 'on verge of collapse' as jobless rate hits highest in world
2015-05-22 04:50:51 (1 hours ago) 

World Bank warns that coastal enclave faces crisis after Israeli blockades, war and poor governance have left 43% of people out of work

The economy of Gaza – assailed by war, poor governance and a joint Israeli-Egyptian blockade – has reached the “verge of collapse” with unemployment in the coastal strip now the highest in the world.

The bleak picture is presented in a devastating report by the World Bank, released on Friday, which said that Gaza’s economy had been strangled by years of blockades, war and poor governance and faces a dangerous crisis over its ability to meet wages and other spending requirements.

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Paedophile priest Gerald Ridsdale: 'I was out of control abusing altar boys'
2015-05-22 04:50:29 (1 hours ago) 

Notorious abuser admitted that he went ‘haywire’ in the Victorian town of Mortlake and that his behaviour had been ‘no secret’, royal commission told

Australia’s most notorious paedophile priest Gerald Francis Ridsdale admitted he was out of control and “went haywire” in the Victorian town of Mortlake where he was believed to have abused every boy in school.

A series of letters and documents published by the royal commission into sexual abuse website reveal details of Ridsdale’s abuse and the response from the Catholic church, including Ballarat bishop Ronald Mulkearns.

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Morning Updates: an opiate crisis, and what bin Laden read
2015-05-22 04:50:27 (1 hours ago) 
Here’s what you need to know today, including Osama bin Laden’s media diet, Gloucester’s police chief on drug reform, and how art theft from Boston Public Library may have been an “inside job.”






 
AP PHOTOS: Fleeing Yemen war, thousands stuck in Djibouti
2015-05-22 04:50:22 (1 hours ago) 
OBOCK, Djibouti (AP) -- Fleeing the war at home, thousands of Yemenis have made it across the Gulf of Aden to find refuge in Djibouti, a sleepy Horn of Africa nation where the United Nations has set up a staging hub for aid for the conflict-torn Arab country....
 
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