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The tech giants, the US and the Chinese spy chips that never were… or were they? | John Naughton

The tech giants, the US and the Chinese spy chips that never were… or were they? | John Naughton

A sensational Bloomberg story about a major hardware hack was swiftly denied. But the journalists aren’t backing downOn 4 October, Bloomberg Businessweek published a major story under the headline
Storm Callum: high tide batters promenade in Penzance - video

Storm Callum: high tide batters promenade in Penzance - video

Heavy downpours were expected in the UK on Saturday as storm Callum continues to cause disruption. Thousands of households were left without power and dozens of flights were grounded on Friday as
Pirates of the Med: divers who plunder endangered species from protected waters

Pirates of the Med: divers who plunder endangered species from protected waters

The Calanques national park was targeted by a gang who sold fish to smart restaurants. Now in a landmark case, they will pay ‘environmental damages’Johan Jimenez stood on a cliff, peering through
Anti-fascists block route of Democratic Football Lads Alliance London march

Anti-fascists block route of Democratic Football Lads Alliance London march

Police form barrier between groups after supporters of rightwing DFLA fight police officersAnti-racist protesters have attempted to block the route of a planned march through central London by the
Trump vows 'severe punishment' if Saudis killed Jamal Khashoggi

Trump vows 'severe punishment' if Saudis killed Jamal Khashoggi

President repeats refusal to jeopardise arms deal but tells CBS: ‘There’s a lot at stake … because this man was a reporter’Donald Trump does not want to “hurt jobs” by sanctioning Saudi Arabia over
A strong libido and bored by monogamy: the truth about women and sex

A strong libido and bored by monogamy: the truth about women and sex

When a heterosexual couple marries, who’s likely to get bored of sex first? The answer might surprise you…What do you know about female sexuality? Whatever it is, chances are, says Wednesday Martin,
Republicans' new strategy ahead of midterms: call the left an 'angry mob'

Republicans' new strategy ahead of midterms: call the left an 'angry mob'

Trump got things rolling: ‘Don’t give power to an angry leftwing mob’. Other Republicans and the conservative media have gleefully joined in the mob messagingThe Resistance Now is a weekly update on
Meet the latest TV star in a flap about conservation – a flamingo called Bob

Meet the latest TV star in a flap about conservation – a flamingo called Bob

Jasper Doest’s photos of Bob will go on display at the Wildlife Photographer of the Year awards this weekBob the flamingo is an unusual advocate for conservation. He is a metre high, pink and cannot
Top climate scientist blasts UK’s fracking plans as 'aping Trump’

Top climate scientist blasts UK’s fracking plans as 'aping Trump’

James Hansen, ‘father of climate science’, accuses Britain of ignoring scienceOne of the world’s leading climate scientists has launched a scathing attack on the government’s fracking programme,
Hurricane Michael: rubble of obliterated Mexico Beach yields new victim

Hurricane Michael: rubble of obliterated Mexico Beach yields new victim

Searchers raise official death toll from category four storm to 14Officials say 285 people may have defied evacuation orderRescuers intensified their efforts on Saturday in the attempt to find
Police watchdog 'pressed paramedics to give inaccurate statements' after student paralysed

Police watchdog 'pressed paramedics to give inaccurate statements' after student paralysed

Paramedics make claim at disciplinary hearing against four officers over incident left 20-year-old Julian Cole paralysedTwo paramedics giving evidence at a disciplinary hearing of police officers
UK must reconsider Saudi relations if state ordered Khashoggi murder, MP says

UK must reconsider Saudi relations if state ordered Khashoggi murder, MP says

Downgrade relations if Riyadh sanctioned killing of journalist, says Tom TugendhatThe UK must reconsider its relations with Saudi Arabia if the state is found to have ordered the murder of the
Storm Callum: rivers burst banks in Wales as downpours intensify

Storm Callum: rivers burst banks in Wales as downpours intensify

Amber warning remains in place for south Wales, with ‘danger to life from fast flowing or deep water’Rivers have burst their banks and one village is on evacuation alert in Wales as storm Callum
The woman who escaped a polygamous cult – and turned its HQ into a refuge

The woman who escaped a polygamous cult – and turned its HQ into a refuge

Briell Decker was 18 when she became the 65th wife of US cult leader Warren Jeffs. Can she help heal the town his FLDS sect ruled for generations? Briell Decker carefully removed the screws from the
At least seven climbers killed in Himalayas after storm at Mt Gurja

At least seven climbers killed in Himalayas after storm at Mt Gurja

Officials confirm bodies found in devastated base camp of South Korean and Nepalese groupSeven people, including South Korean climbers, were killed and two more are missing on Gurja Himal mountain
Tory peer criticised for private meeting with Ugandan president

Tory peer criticised for private meeting with Ugandan president

Dolar Popat hosts Yoweri Museveni, who has been condemned for rights abusesA Conservative peer has held a private meeting at parliament with the president of Uganda, who has faced condemnation for
UK millennials' costs among EU's highest – but pay lags behind

UK millennials' costs among EU's highest – but pay lags behind

Young adults under pressure from rent, transport and grocery costs, Revolut data showsYoung adults in Britain pay the highest rents in Europe, spend the most on transport and face some of the worst
'And breathe': police try mindfulness to beat burnout

'And breathe': police try mindfulness to beat burnout

College of Policing to fund trial for more than 1,500 officers to combat stress-related sick leaveOn Thursday afternoon, a dozen novice police officers straightened their backs, closed their eyes and
Melania Trump: 'I really don't care, do you?' jacket did send message

Melania Trump: 'I really don't care, do you?' jacket did send message

First lady contradicts earlier claims jacket had no hidden meaning as she backs ‘chain migration’ opposed by her husbandMelania Trump has admitted she was sending a message when she wore an olive
US: Israel, Syria agree to reopen Golan crossing

US: Israel, Syria agree to reopen Golan crossing

UN ambassador Nikki Haley says reopening of Quneitra crossing will allow better peacekeeping The United Nations, Israel and Syria have agreed to reopen the Quneitra crossing in the Golan Heights on