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Solid State: Jonathan Coulton's album/graphic novel against nicey-nice fascism

Jonathan Coulton is known for a myriad of distinct accomplishments. The tech professional-turned-musician once conducted a Thing a Week experiment, in which he recorded and published a new song eve…

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Daily Mail photographers triumph again at prestigious UK awards

Bruce Adams was named National Newspaper Photographer of the Year for the second year running. while Andy Hooper won the Olympic Photograph Award for his Team GB hockey snap.

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Trump’s Plan To Gut Legal Aid Would Do The Most Damage In States That Supported Him

"We’re dealing with folks who can’t afford attorneys, who just don’t even know where to turn," one lawyer says.

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John Legend swings by London train station, plays piano, leaves

Total legend.

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This iconic 'Game of Thrones' actor will feature in 'Peaky Blinders' Season 4

The Shelbys are not impressed.

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Brexit: How did we get here?

A letter delivered to Brussels from UK Prime Minister Theresa May will officially kick off the Brexit process Wednesday. This is how we got here.

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Pair charged in secret Planned Parenthood videos

California prosecutors filed 15 felony charges against pair who recorded undercover videos targeting Planned Parenthood.

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Remember When Trump Said He Saved 1,100 Jobs at a Carrier Plant?

Technology tends to shrink payrolls, and that’s likely to happen here. (read more)

Five Things You Need to Know to Start Your Day

Get caught up on what's moving markets. (read more)

Mercedes Hastens Electric-Car Shift as Combustion Era Fades

Mercedes-Benz is accelerating its rollout of battery-powered autos in a race to meet tighter emissions rules as European buyers turn away from fuel-efficient diesel cars. (read more)

Boeing Makes Billion-Dollar Bet on 747 Hauling Cargo, Not People

Boeing Co. has a temporary plan to save the iconic but slow-selling 747 jumbo jetliner: buying its own planes and leasing them to cargo haulers. (read more)

Trump’s Student Loan Default Penalty Has An Unlikely Foe

The Education Department reinstated huge fees against distressed borrowers. Debt collectors are saying no thanks. (read more)

New £1 coin is guarded by the QUEEN

Billed by the Royal Mint as the 'most secure coin in the world', the £1 has a code on its surface to beat forgers, which can only be seen under a specific frequency of ultraviolet light.

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Brexit letter to trigger EU divorce arrives in Brussels

Eight months after the EU referendum, UK envoy Sir Tim Barrow arrived at the European Council's offices bearing a diplomatic bag containing notification of our departure.

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When you subscribe to a VPN service, you get what you pay for

Yesterday, US Congress voted in favor of rolling back Obama administration guidelines designed to protect consumers from ISPs that sought to collect, and sell personal data from customers. This information included, but isn’t necessarily limited to internet browsing history and search data. This would, presumably, be used by third-party corporate interests to track internet users and inject …

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Daily chart: Leaving the EU: How Britain got here and what comes next | The Economist

A short history of the events leading up the the EU referendum and what happens after Article 50

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IRS loses lawsuit in attempt to get Amazon to pay $1.5B in back taxes

Judge: Amazon properly valued amount that one corporate entity charged another.

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Brexit Bill Briefing: What Is Article 50, And Why Does It Matter?

The countdown to Britain's departure from the European Union starts this week.

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Eminem's Daughter Hailie Is All Grown Up

You won't believe what this 21 year old looks like now

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Eddie Lack taken from ice on stretcher after collision

Eddie Lack needed to be taken away on a stretcher after allowing an overtime goal. (read more)

David Beckham looks totally unrecognisable in his 'King Arthur' makeup

Is that you, David?

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Donald Trump switched to an iPhone and that call for an Apple boycott seems so far away now

At least that old Android phone is (probably) retired.

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Iceland's Blue Lagoon to get new luxury hotel

For many people visiting Iceland, a trip to the steamy waters of the Blue Lagoon is the highlight. A new luxury hotel could make that highlight even better.

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Imad's Syrian Kitchen: Bringing the tastes of Damascus to London

As a Syrian refugee living in the UK, Imad Alarnab has faced many hardships.

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Michael Peña Is a Hollywood Unicorn

‘CHIPS’ may be a flop, but it’s the latest reminder that Peña is one of a kind

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12 of Amsterdam's best canalside hotels

Amsterdam's canals are one of the best things about the city. Staying in a hotel next to one makes them even better.

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Europe blocks London Stock Exchange merger with Deutsche Boerse

A planned merger between the London Stock Exchange and Deutsche Boerse has been blocked by the European Commission.

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Start your Wednesday smart

Here's what you need to know today to Get Up to Speed and Out the Door

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Nicky Morgan U-TURNS on 'socially divisive' immigration pledge

Nicky Morgan stood on the manifesto claim at the 2010 and 2015 General Elections but today endorsed a document condemning it produced by the anti-Brexit Open Britain campaign.

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Watch Android Auto and Apple CarPlay face off in real-world navigation battle

Thanks to these two Canadian YouTubers, you will no longer have to wonder who to trust as your virtual on-road assistant: Android Auto or Apple CarPlay.

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Drenching from Debbie due in south-east Queensland on Thursday

South-east Queensland is set for a drenching on Thursday with rainfall in excess of 200 millimetres possible in some localised areas, the Bureau of Meteorology warns.

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Quokkas thriving on Rottnest despite increased tourism, study finds

A study reveals quokkas are flourishing on Rottnest Island off Perth, despite significant development and increased tourism.

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Article 50: What Happens Now?

Let us guide you through what happens next as the UK leaves the EU

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Irish people react in the most Irish way ever to this Brexit puzzle


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