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Media’s hypocrisy on China protest reveals their ugly double standard for US citizens

Kudos to the New York Times (and other elite organs of journalism) for their full-court press on covering the courageous protests in China against Xi Jinping’s insane “zero COVID” policies and for the sympathy they’ve mustered for average people suffering under an oppressive yoke. But where was this nuanced understanding when North America’s own mad COVID overreaction was in full swing?  Nowhere in evidence. In April 2021, for example, the Times’ Max Fisher was suggesting people uncritically accept future lockdown measures in the United States and western Europe and obliquely praising them as conducive to a “desire to cope by looking out...
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Eddie Jones' England fate may already be sealed

Many news sources in the UK are reporting that England head coach Eddie Jones appears to be set to be axed when he faces a formal review on Monday. According to Chris Foy in the Daily Mail, Jones himself now expects to be sacked at the meeting following a dismal Autumn Nation Series for England in which they won just one game. 2022 has been the worst year for England Rugby at Test level since 2008 and it comes after two years of see-sawing fortunes for the men on white since they contested the Rugby World Cup final in Japan.

New popular social media platform Hive Social victim of severe cyber attack

At about 2,200 cyberattacks per day equating to more than 800,000 victims per year. The truth is there is no way of fully being secured through the internet. Although there are a variety of forms of security for your devices and networks, from Local Area Networks to Wide ones, even the big corporations and brands tend to have challenges in securing their networks. Hive Social has been no exception, recently due to the chaotic turnover of Twitter, many "smaller" social media based platforms have tried picking up the ranks and gain traction, Hive Social being one of them.

Tory MP facing rape claims has not been suspended ‘on legal advice’, says party chair

The Tory party chair has defended a decision not to suspend an MP accused of sexual assault and rape, arguing it is based on “independent legal advice”.The unnamed MP was reported to the Metropolitan Police by fellow Conservatives concerned about his behaviour – but retains the whip, despite suggestions the party has been aware of the fears for two years.Nadhim Zahawi, the party chair confirmed he had sought independent legal advice about the allegations, which he called “a very important safeguarding question”.But he said: “It is up to the police because these allegations are third-party allegations that have been handed...
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Cody Gakpo will decide future after World Cup amid transfer speculation

PSV forward Cody Gakpo is set to decide on his future following the World Cup. The 23-year-old started his fourth consecutive World Cup match as Netherlands saw out a crucial 3-1 win to knock out the United States and secure their place in the quarter-finals. It was the first match of the tournament in which he did not get on the scoresheet after netting three times already.
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The Chris Voss Show Podcast – The Intimate City: Walking New York by Michael Kimmelman

The Intimate City: Walking New York by Michael Kimmelman. As New York came to a halt with COVID, Michael Kimmelman composed an email to a group of architects, historians, writers, and friends, inviting them to take a walk. Wherever they liked, he wrote—preferably someplace meaningful to them, someplace that illuminated the city and what they loved about it. At first, the goal was distraction. At a scary moment when everything seemed uncertain, walking around New York served as a reminder of all the ways the city was still a rock, joy, and inspiration. What began with a lighthearted trip to explore Broadway’s shuttered theater district and a stroll along Museum Mile when the museums were closed soon took on a much larger meaning and ambition. These intimate, funny, richly detailed conversations between Kimmelman and his companions became anchors for millions of Times readers during the pandemic. The walks unpacked the essence of urban life and its social fabric—the history, plans, laws, feats of structural engineering, architectural highlights, and everyday realities that make up a place Kimmelman calls “humanity’s greatest achievement.”
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I Thought I Would Always Be a Writer. Then I Saw the Other Side.

It was late June, national news was breaking, and I was feeling slightly out of my depth. The Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization decision, which eliminated the constitutional right to an abortion, had just come down from the Supreme Court. Two reporters on The New York Times’s Business desk wanted to know: How should we cover companies’ responses in our live briefing? Should we use a list format? Were there any companies whose actions warranted a separate story?

Carson Daly’s Scandalous Past Dredges Up

Carson Daly’s scandalous past dredges up. This comes as the television host made his big return to the Today Show. TV Shows Ace previously reported the details of his dating history and drama. Carson got entangled in some scandals over the years long before he became a family man. Keep reading on to learn more.
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Marcus Rashford’s campaigning ‘was a bit too much for him’, suggests Wayne Rooney

Former England captain Wayne Rooney has claimed that Marcus Rashford’s campaigning was ‘a bit too much for him’ amid the forward’s recent turnaround in form. Rashford spent months pushing for the government to take better care of children in Britain, with the 25-year-old campaigning for more free school meals having struggled himself when he was younger.

Colleges are making millions of dollars by promoting sports gambling to their students

Multiple universities - with more likely to start in the future - have signed multimillion-dollar deals to promote online sports gambling to their students according to an article in The New York Times. The Times article profiles arrangements at four institutions: Michigan State University, Louisiana State University, the University of Maryland, and the University of Colorado Boulder. Both Michigan State and Louisiana State made agreements with a sports betting company, Caesars Sportsbook, in 2022 and 2021 respectively.
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Newly found photos shed light on 1910 Denali climb

A climber at a distance is seen at about 13,000 ft on what is today called 'Karstens Ridge'. The left hollow is believed to be from the flagpole. (UAF Rasmuson Library Archive photo.) Fairbanks, Alaska (KINY) - An unexpected find in a University of Alaska Fairbanks archive has revealed more...
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