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Splits, handbags and a Remain poll: what the Sunday papers said about Brexit
Talk about the prospect of a second referendum is rife, along with that of a Corbyn governmentExclusives dominate Sunday’s coverage as the clock ticks down to a vote that is widely expected to
Pirro Hammers Mueller Probe -- 'None of the Indictments That the Special Counsel Has Brought Has Tied the President to Russia'
On Saturday's broadcast of NBC's "Saturday Night Live," host Jeanine Pirro criticized the Department of Justice special counsel probe headed by Robert Mueller
Jerry Nadler: Trump 'Hush Money' Payments Are 'Impeachable Offenses'
Rep. Jerry Nadler (D-NY), the incoming chair of the House Judiciary Committee, told CNN's Jake Tapper on State of the Union Sunday morning that President Donald Trump had committed "impeachable
Twitter CEO accused of ignoring plight of Rohingya in tweets promoting Myanmar
Jack Dorsey rhapsodised about 10-day meditation retreat and encouraged his 4 million followers to visitThe CEO of Twitter has faced fierce criticism for promoting Myanmar as a tourist destination in a
Watch MSNBC panelists destroy Fox News’ Judge Jeanine for her pro-Trump rants: ‘Is she for real or an SNL skit?’
The entire panel on MSNBC’s AM Joy all got in their shots at the slavish coverage Fox News has bestowed upon President Donald Trump but saved their most biting comments for Judge Jeanine Pirro who is
Al Sharpton's Daughter Bags $95,000 Settlement for Sprained Ankle
Al Sharpton's daughter bagged $95,000 in settlement money from New York City for spraining her ankle on an uneven Manhattan street— even after posting photos of herself on social media climbing
Pollak: Robert Mueller, Media, Democrats Ignore Hillary Clinton's Campaign Finance Violations
If we are to treat campaign finance reporting violations as grave offenses, the first person in the dock ought to be Hillary Clinton -- not Donald Trump.
‘Deal or No Deal’ Gets a Revival, but Should Its Bevy of 26 Models?
The TV game show “Deal or No Deal” returned on Dec. 5 after a nearly 10-year absence, and so did its 26 “briefcase girls.” But a lot has changed since it went off the air in 2009.
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Netflix’s biggest competition isn’t sleep — It’s YouTube
Netflix insists sleep is its biggest competitor. But YouTube may actually be a greater threat in the battle for India‘s users.
Arkansas high schoolers are using VR to learn about concussions
Arkansas is using CrashCourse, a new interactive education program that teaches high school students about the risks and effects of concussions.
Two Wounded in Shooting at Atlanta Hotel Connected to CNN
Two people were wounded in a shooting at a hotel connected to the CNN center in Atlanta Sunday.
'We’re going to kill you': Nicaragua's brutal crackdown on press freedom
Journalists have been beaten, arrested, and robbed in the wake of the civil revolt that paralysed the country earlier in the year Nicaraguan TV journalist Miguel Mora was driving home from work when
Foreign Office investigates reports that state-funded body targeted Corbyn
Leaked documents suggest Fife-based company promoted anti-Labour tweetsThe Foreign Office minister, Alan Duncan, has ordered an investigation into reports the government provided funding to a
This Archival Hendrix Release Takes Us Way Deep Into “Electric Ladyland”
Album Review The Jimi Hendrix Experience Electric Ladyland Deluxe Edition Experience Hendrix/Legacy Recordings The third and final studio album released by Jimi Hendrix in his lifetime, 1968’s
GOOGLE'S ANTI-BREITBART PLOT: Employees Targeted Site's Ad Revenue in 2017
Google monetization director said his team began reviewing content on Breitbart News for demonetization after Google's "fake news kick-off discussion."
Video taken on Mars, listen to the Martian winds
[VIDEO] NASA: NASA's Interior Exploration using Seismic Investigations, Geodesy and Heat Transport (InSight) lander, which touched down on Mars just 10 days ago, has provided the first ever "sounds"
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Climate change creates mutant fugu, a deadly Japanese delicacy
The road, hemmed in on one side by empty warehouses and the other by a concrete seawall, ends abruptly in a desolate parking lot. Men step out of their cars and into the darkness, then slip behind the
Sonic the Hedgehog movie first look is horrifying
We have our first look at the Sonic the Hedgehog live action movie via an animated trailer revealed by IGN. It disturbs me.
Original Content podcast: We sing the praises of ‘The Ballad of Buster Scruggs’
Controversial opinion here: The Coen Brothers are very good filmmakers, and their latest movie, “The Ballad of Buster Scruggs,” is also very good. Still, it’s not hard to see why the movie was made by
Scarborough: 'Not Sure What Banana Republic Rand Paul Wants to Live in Where You Ignore Felonies'
Monday, MSNBC “Morning Joe” host Joe Scarborough reacted to Sen. Rand Paul’s (R-KY) remarks about how the United States would become a “banana republic” if every president were to be investigated by