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Photos From the 2021 Dakar Rally

On January 3, a group of more than 300 competitors departed from Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, to begin the 43rd annual Dakar Rally: a 14-day, 4,751-mile off-roading adventure held entirely in Saudi Arabia once again. The race used to be held in Africa, until 2008, when unrest in Mauritania forced organizers to move to South America, […]

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When is Holocaust Memorial Day 2021?

HOLOCAUST Memorial Day remembers the genocide of millions of Jews and other victims during the Second World War at the hands of the Nazis. The poignant theme for 2021 is to “be the light in the darkness”. 12 Women imprisoned in the barracks at Auschwitz, January 1945Credit: Getty Images – Getty 12 Piles of shoes […]

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Brexit news latest – Fury as EU DOUBLES DOWN on sick threat to block UK’s Pfizer vaccine supply after AstraZeneca row

KIDS PRESCRIBED CANNABIS GIVEN HALF-YEAR REPRIEVE FROM BREXIT RULES Imports of medical cannabis to more than 40 children with severe epilepsy have been given a six-month reprieve – after being halted due to Brexit. The Department of Health and Social Care (DHSC) said the Dutch government has confirmed it will allow the continued supply of […]

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The Atlantic Hires Three Senior Editors

The Atlantic is adding three senior editors to its staff, expanding its leadership across the newsroom as it continues its relentless reporting on and analysis of the coronavirus pandemic and the country’s biggest challenges. Daniel Engber is joining the Science desk, and comes to The Atlantic from Wired; Chris Ip joins the Culture section after […]

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How Michael Jones Changed Our Daily Lives

Last week, at his home in Sunnyvale, California, a man named Michael T. Jones died of cancer, at age 60. This past weekend the local San Jose Mercury-News ran an appreciation of him and summary of his career, which you can read here. He is mourned by the many friends he made over the decades, […]

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Corellium Now Lets Individuals Virtualize iOS

Corellium is a company that works on iOS virtualization tool. Until now, the virtual iOS was available only for Enterprise customers. Starting today, Corellium has announced virtual iPhone and iPad devices for individual customers. Corellium already offers individual virtualization for Android users. We’re very excited to announce that virtual iOS-based devices are now available for […]

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Capitol Rioters Used Social Media To Flaunt Their White Privilege

NewsOne Featured Video Source: Brent Stirton / Getty Social media played a prevalent role leading to the subsequent arrests of the Capitol rioters who planned violence and terror on Jan. 6 during the Electoral College count in Congress. To date the FBI has charged at least 150 people with federal crimes pertaining to the events […]

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The Political-Reform Movement Scores Its Biggest Win Yet

In California, both Republicans and Democrats have complained about the top-two primary system because it results in general elections that shut out the opposing party in many areas that are deeply conservative or liberal. Expanding to four candidates in Alaska was aimed at limiting that dynamic, but critics of the proposal say that in certain […]

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What Happens to the Space Force Now?

Which puts President Joe Biden in an interesting predicament. The Space Force has always been more boring than its name implies, amounting to some organizational reshuffling of Air Force personnel and operations. But Trump has used it to fuel his own vision of American bravado, which his supporters have adopted. On the day of the […]

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Vanessa Bryant reveals sweet nickname for Kobe and says ‘I’ll never understand how this happened’ in heartbreaking post

VANESSA Bryant has poured her heart out on the anniversary of the tragic deaths of her husband, Kobe, and daughter, Gianna, saying she’ll “never understand how this happened”. “I miss my baby girl and Kob-Kob so much, too,” Vanessa wrote on Instagram this morning. 🏀 Follow our Kobe Bryant anniversary live blog for the latest […]

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Trump’s Coup Attempt Didn’t Start on January 6

David A. Graham: Don’t let them pretend this didn’t happen After the election, Trump pressed Attorney General Bill Barr to turn up evidence of fraud in the voting. The Justice Department did not manage to find such evidence, nor has anyone else provided any persuasive proof of widespread fraud. Barr soon resigned, amid public browbeating […]

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How to Fix Congress One State at a Time

In California, both Republicans and Democrats have complained about the top-two primary system because it results in general elections that shut out the opposing party in many areas that are deeply conservative or liberal. Expanding to four candidates in Alaska was aimed at limiting that dynamic, but critics of the proposal say that in certain […]

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The Pandemic Disaster That Might Not Matter

Link Copied Britain will soon pass the grimmest of milestones: 100,000 people dead from COVID-19. This appalling tally is higher than anywhere else in Europe, and almost twice that of Germany, the biggest country on the continent. By one measure, Britain is now the worst-hit G-7 nation relative to its size. There is simply no […]

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Biden Inherits Trump’s Space Force

Which puts President Joe Biden in an interesting predicament. The Space Force has always been more boring than its name implies, amounting to some organizational reshuffling of Air Force personnel and operations. But Trump has used it to fuel his own vision of American bravado, which his supporters have adopted. On the day of the […]

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