Trump slams Jussie Smollett over hate crime hoax allegations

‘That case in Chicago is a disgrace to our nation!’ Trump slams ‘third-rate actor’ Jussie Smollett over hate crime ‘lie’ and tells cheering Wisconsin rally to embrace ‘MAGA country’ President Trump slammed Jussie Smollett on Saturday night at a rally in Green Bay, Wisconsin  Smollett was accused of hoaxing a hate crime attack and blaming white Trump supporters in Chicago […]

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Making peace with a crease: hands on with Samsung’s Galaxy Fold

Any new technology is bound to have wrinkles. On Samsung's new Galaxy Fold, a phone that opens into a tablet, they include one prominent crease. It goes down the middle of the Fold's remarkable flexible screen, like a pleat on polyester pants. I'm sure it will dominate discussion about this much-anticipated gadget, arriving in the US on April 26 (and […]

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Football Association chiefs have been blasted for charging fans and concert-goers up to 65p a minute to call their Wembley ticket hotline

THE Football Association has been accused of taking advantage of England fans and concert goers by charging up to 65p a minute to dial their Wembley Stadium ticket hotline. It works out at a £6.50 charge for just ten minutes for those hoping to secure tickets for England’s upcoming friendlies against Czech Republic and Bulgaria. Calls from from mobiles are […]

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Nighttime podcast recap: The firearms ‘arsenal’ of the Valentines Day massacre plot

A 19-year-old local man, James Gamble, had met 23-year-old American Souvannarath, and the two bonded over a shared obsession with the Columbine High School shooting massacre. Only days after connecting, the pair decided they were destined to kill and die together, and they began planning a mass shooting event. In episode 5, James and Lindsay’s “Arsenal,” Nighttime will examine the firearms […]

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Google can automatically tell if your passwords were hacked

February 5th, 2019 happens to be Safer Internet Day, and Google is celebrating by releasing an awesome security tool that’s available right away for all Chrome browser users. What does it do? It looks at the username and password combinations you’re using to sign into various online services and warns you if the data is already in the possession of […]

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Remove content on suicide and self-harm, minister tells tech giants

Remove content on suicide and self-harm, government minister tells tech giants including Google and Facebook The government’s minister for suicide prevention said internet giants must act  Thurrock MP Jackie Doyle-Price, 49, hit out at sites that publish suicide methods She said firms should treat the content the same way they would terror material  Minister for suicide prevention Jackie Doyle-Price said […]

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