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Can Silicon Valley find its moral compass in a fight over homelessness?

Can Silicon Valley find its moral compass in a fight over homelessness?

Big tech faces a test as San Francisco weighs a ballot measure that would tax companies to help the homelessFor years, a Google search for “tech” and “homelessness” in San Francisco would invariably
Egypt attack: Gunmen kill seven Coptic Christians in bus ambush

Egypt attack: Gunmen kill seven Coptic Christians in bus ambush

Local Islamic State affiliate claims responsibility for attack on three buses carrying Christian pilgrimsIslamic militants have ambushed three buses carrying Christian pilgrims on their way to a
Raymond Chow, Hong Kong producer who found Bruce Lee, dies

Raymond Chow, Hong Kong producer who found Bruce Lee, dies

Chow made Lee and Jackie Chan stars after deciding to break away from the low-budget ethic of kung fu genreLegendary Hong Kong film producer Raymond Chow, who introduced Bruce Lee and Jackie Chan to
China needs to hear from its peers it cannot commit ethnic cleansing in Xinjiang | Frances Eve

China needs to hear from its peers it cannot commit ethnic cleansing in Xinjiang | Frances Eve

Beijing needs to be held to account. On Tuesday, a UN meeting provides other nations with that chance Now is the time to act on China’s human rights abuses in Xinjiang. China’s efforts to destroy the
Paul Gambaccini wins CPS payout over unfounded sexual abuse claims

Paul Gambaccini wins CPS payout over unfounded sexual abuse claims

BBC Radio 2 DJ described the case against him, which was later dropped, as ‘completely ficitious’The BBC Radio 2 DJ Paul Gambaccini has won a payout from prosecutors over an unfounded case regarding
Florida yoga studio shooting: gunman made videos voicing hatred of women

Florida yoga studio shooting: gunman made videos voicing hatred of women

Videos appearing to feature Scott Paul Beierle contain racist insults and self-made comparisons to ‘incel’ killer Eliott RodgerA gunman who killed two people and wounded five others at a yoga studio
Indigenous groups call for investigation into Scullion fund stoush

Indigenous groups call for investigation into Scullion fund stoush

Congress of first peoples wants PM office to review minister’s use of money earmarked for Aboriginal advancement• Nigel Scullion gave Indigenous funding to his former fishing lobby group to fight land
FOBTs row: minister quit over claim pro-gambling MP secured delay

FOBTs row: minister quit over claim pro-gambling MP secured delay

Tracey Crouch ‘furious’ over private meeting between culture secretary and Philip DaviesThe sports minister Tracey Crouch resigned because she believed pro-gambling MP Philip Davies successfully went
Supreme court allows trial on census citizenship question to proceed

Supreme court allows trial on census citizenship question to proceed

White House had asked the court to halt a trial on the legality of decision to ask those taking census if they are citizensThe US supreme court on Friday rejected a request by Donald Trump’s
Majority in all Labour seats back second referendum, study says

Majority in all Labour seats back second referendum, study says

People’s Vote campaign polling contradicts perception that constituents want quick BrexitA majority of voters in all seats held by Labour support a second referendum on Brexit, according to an
'Could happen': Trump says Democrats might take power in midterms – video

'Could happen': Trump says Democrats might take power in midterms – video

Speaking at a rally in West Virginia, Donald Trump concedes that the Democrats could take power in Tuesday's midterm elections. But the US president attempted to reassure supporters, saying: 'Don't
Coalition to spring unexpected tax hike on offshore gas industry

Coalition to spring unexpected tax hike on offshore gas industry

Government will raise an extra $6bn in revenue with surprise change to petroleum resource rent taxThe booming offshore gas industry will be hit with an unexpected tax hike after the Morrison
Michael Cohen claims Trump said 'black people are too stupid' to vote for him

Michael Cohen claims Trump said 'black people are too stupid' to vote for him

Former lawyer and fixer tells Vanity Fair that Trump repeatedly used racist language before he was electedDonald Trump’s former lawyer and fixer has claimed that the president repeatedly used racist
US rebuffs Europeans over ensuring Iran sanctions exempt food and medicine

US rebuffs Europeans over ensuring Iran sanctions exempt food and medicine

British, French and German ambassadors jointly tried to persuade US to outline how humanitarian supplies could be guaranteedEuropean governments have so far failed to persuade the Trump administration
Obama: 'Out of this political darkness, I see a great awakening' – video

Obama: 'Out of this political darkness, I see a great awakening' – video

The former US president Barack Obama, speaking in Florida ahead of Tuesday's midterm elections, says he hopes change will come from the country's current political turmoil. He also stressed that when
Pakistan works to stop Asia Bibi leaving after blasphemy protests

Pakistan works to stop Asia Bibi leaving after blasphemy protests

Administration accused of signing Bibi’s ‘death warrant’ in deal with hardlinersPakistan’s government has been accused of signing the “death warrant” of Asia Bibi after it said it would begin the
Brett Kavanaugh to be denied inaugural walk down supreme court steps

Brett Kavanaugh to be denied inaugural walk down supreme court steps

‘Security concerns’ prompt abandonment of traditional appearance on courthouse steps after swearing-in ceremonyThe US supreme court issued a statement on Friday to say that its newest judge, Justice
UK and Ireland signal Irish border Brexit deal could be agreed soon

UK and Ireland signal Irish border Brexit deal could be agreed soon

Senior politicians say recent progress in talks could resolve the backstop imbroglioThe British and Irish governments have signalled that a Brexit deal is very close after a flurry of official talks
Trump said black people were 'too stupid' to vote for him, claims Michael Cohen – live

Trump said black people were 'too stupid' to vote for him, claims Michael Cohen – live

Cohen told Vanity Fair that Trump ‘repeatedly used racist language before his presidency’. Meanwhile, Obama speaks in Florida before midtermsSign up for Guardian US morning briefing 7.22pm GMT Trump
Boy, 17, stabbed to death outside Clapham South tube station

Boy, 17, stabbed to death outside Clapham South tube station

Killing of teenager at busy station is 115th homicide in London so far this yearA 17-year-old boy has been stabbed to death outside a busy south-west London tube station, police have said.Police