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Trump may consider a pardon for himself
CNN's Evan Perez reports that President Donald Trump is weighing pardons for allies convicted during the Mueller investigation and is even considering possibly pardoning himself.
French President "Shocked" By a Common Police Beating Of Black Man
French authorities forced to investigate allegations that the music producer, who has given his identity as Michel, was brutally attacked Ashe racially abused during a police ch...
Royal Family turns off Twitter replies after incessant trolling over Princess Diana
Diana fans are flooding the Clarence House social media posts with her name.
Analysis: Trump's loss dealt a blow to global populism. But the movement is still alive and kicking
For four years, Donald Trump has been the world's standard-bearer for right-wing populism. The movement didn't begin with Trump, but the US President championed it in a way no o...
"I'm Not Going To Take It": Brazil President On Covid Vaccine
In statements broadcast live over multiple social media platforms, the right-wing leader added that Congress was unlikely to require Brazilians to take a vaccine.
New Zealand To Declare Climate Emergency To Combat Global Warming
If a climate emergency is passed, New Zealand would join countries like Canada, France and Britain that have taken the same course to focus efforts on tackling climate change.
Mnuchin plans to move $455B in coronavirus relief out of Biden's reach
Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin is expected to move $455 billion in unspent coronavirus stimulus money into a fund that the incoming Biden administration cannot deploy without...
Maradona's Coffin Brought to Cemetery After Clashes at Wake
The remains of soccer legend Diego Maradona were brought to a cemetery in Buenos Aires, Argentina, on November 26, after large crowds of fans paid their final respects to soccer...
US investigating possible suspension failures on 115,000 Tesla vehicles
The United States’ national road safety agency will investigate complaints that nearly 115,000 Tesla electric vehicles may have problems with their suspension.
When you die, will your digital assets actually reach your loved ones?
Leaving all your online wealth to the family is your present for their future. Unfortunately, digital assets don’t really “fit” into a conventional physical will. eWill.org is ...
Facebook's long-awaited libra currency to reportedly launch in a limited form early next year
Facebook's Libra cryptocurrency is readying to launch as early as January, the Financial Times reported on Friday.
Oxford, WHO scientists say more data needed on AstraZeneca's Covid vaccine trials
More data is needed from AstraZeneca's Covid vaccine trials beyond what was presented in a press release, experts from the WHO and Oxford University said.
Where did Covid-19 originate? These virus sleuths are assessing every theory
Bat virus researcher leads Lancet-backed task force reviewing evidence on theories such as the outbreak coming from wildlife trade or existing first in Europe.
Top Iranian nuclear scientist assassinated
Iran's most senior nuclear scientist Mohsen Fakhrizadeh has been assassinated near the capital Tehran, the country's defence ministry has confirmed.
20 Chic Bedrooms That Make the Case for Gray
Enhance your gray walls with white, blue, and even pink accessories.
'I'm the president of the United States, don't ever talk to the president that way.'
President Trump responds to journalist when asked disrespectful question.
Santa Claus given clearance to enter Irish airspace
Santa Claus has been deemed an essential worker and will not be subject to Covid-19 travel restrictions when he arrives in Ireland next month.
Fake News, Misinformation Threaten Covid-19 Vaccination Plan: WHO
"The coronavirus disease is the first pandemic in history in which technology and social media are being used on a massive scale to keep people safe, informed, productive and co...
US On Track To Begin Immunisation Against COVID By Late December-Early January: Joe Biden
"There's been significant record-breaking progress made recently in developing a vaccine and several of these vaccines look extraordinarily effective," Joe Biden.
Disney Increases Planned Layoffs To 32,000 As Coronavirus Hits Theme Parks
The layoffs will be in the first half of 2021, the company said in a filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission.
10 Best Pocket Watches for Men
Swap your regular wristwatch out for a stylish pocket watch alternative. These timepieces look incredibly refined with a suit and waistcoat for a dapper look; however, they can ...
Amazon to give $500M in special holiday bonuses to front-line employees
Full-time U.S. operations employees who work for the e-commerce giant between Dec. 1 and Dec. 31 will qualify for a $300 bonus, while part-time employees will receive a $150 bonus.
Elon Musk says Tesla Semi will go 621 miles per charge
Tesla CEO Elon Musk thinks the company's Class 8 Semi could have a range of 621 miles per charge thanks to the new battery technology it is developing.
Twitter claims it has reversed ban of link to Sidney Powell's Georgia election lawsuit
Twitter claims it has reversed its censorship of a link to the lawsuit filed by attorney Sidney Powell that seeks to change the outcome of Georgia’s 2020 election results.
Chelsea confirm 2,000 fans can return to Stamford Bridge for Leeds game on December 5
Chelsea have confirmed that 2,000 fans will provisionally be allowed to return to Stamford Bridge to watch their Premier League match against Leeds United on December 5.
Prestigious Silicon Valley VC firm looks to Europe for start-up success stories
Sequoia Capital, one of the best-known venture capital firms on Menlo Park's Sand Hill Road in Silicon Valley, has made a major new bet on Europe.
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