READ THE MUELLER REPORT IN FULL:

READ THE MUELLER REPORT IN FULL: Special Counsel’s blockbuster findings on Russian collusion in the 2016 election are finally published to the American public Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s report into Russian collusion in the 2016 election has finally been released, albeit redacted, to the public.   The inquiry lays bare what the special counsel and U.S. intelligence agencies have described as […]

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Calgary’s Cale Makar wins Hobey Baker award as U.S. college hockey’s MVP

Massachusetts defenceman Cale Makar has won the Hobey Baker Memorial Award as U.S. college hockey’s top player. Makar is completing his second season and played a key role in helping the Minutemen advance to their first Frozen Four championship game. College hockey’s awards were announced Friday a day before UMass faces defending champion Minnesota Duluth in the final. Makar beat […]

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The Week in Tech: We Might Be Regulating the Web Too Fast

Each week, we review the week’s news, offering analysis about the most important developments in the tech industry. Want this newsletter in your inbox? Sign up here. Hi, I’m Jamie Condliffe. Greetings from London. Here’s a look at the week’s tech news: Web regulators are getting into their groove. But are they going too quickly? This past week, the British […]

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Facebook Seeks to Stop Asking Users to Wish Dead Friends Happy Birthday

The notifications on Facebook come as unwelcome reminders of personal loss: A recommendation to add a cousin’s dead son as a friend. A video commemorating friendship with a sibling who died years ago. A suggestion to wish a dead brother “Happy Birthday.” While Facebook has emerged as a remarkable tool to preserve cherished memories of departed friends and family, it […]

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Fingerprints required in Florida job application lead to arrest in 20-year-old unsolved murder case

A job application that required a Florida man to undergo a background check and submit his fingerprints has led to a break in a 1998 homicide case. Todd Barket, a 51-year-old from Brandon, Fla., was arrested Wednesday and charged with first-degree murder in the death of Sondra Better. Better was killed at her workplace days before she was set to […]

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Glass of orange juice a day could cut risk of stroke by a quarter, study reveals

A DAILY glass of orange juice could cut the risk of life-threatening strokes by almost a quarter, a major study shows. Other fruit juices appear to have a similar benefit, the long-term research found. The zingy liquids have long been considered healthy but in recent years many consumers were put off by high natural sugar levels. The study suggests the […]

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Pathlight School first local special needs school to teach students how to code

SINGAPORE – Pathlight School students will now learn how to code as part of a national drive to teach computational thinking in all schools. Swift Accelerator, a coding programme based on the Everyone Can Code curriculum delivered by Apple certified trainers, was launched on Wednesday (March 13), marking the first time coding is made accessible for a special needs school […]

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Rashford and Maitland-Niles could be football's latest bromance as Titanic moment spotted in Arsenal v Man Utd clash

The Manchester United and Arsenal stars should – on paper – be enemies on the pitch but the evidence would suggest otherwise. Rashford and Maitland-Niles recreated the famous Titanic scene as Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang stepped up to take his penalty against David De Gea on Sunday. While most players are desperate to run into the box to close down a potential […]

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