The Sun and staff writers News Corp Australia Network October 25, 201710:34pm A PHOTO appearing to show former US president George HW Bush with his hand on actress Heather Lind’s rear end has surfaced, prompting his office to release a statement claiming the gesture that was meant to be “good-natured”.  […]

By Matt Agorist An extensive survey of hundreds of adults across the United States has just revealed that the thing most Americans fear—more than anything else—is their own government. In fact, according to the survey, no other fear even comes close to the percentage of Americans who worry about their […]

Kids toys aren’t what they used to be: Barbies now have mechanical brains, and gadgets like smartwatches are being made child-friendly. And anything connected to the internet comes with the risk of being hacked or misused to gather sensitive data about its owner—a liability now being passed on to children. […]

President Robert Mugabe has been fired as the World Health Organisation’s goodwill ambassador only days after his appointment following an outcry mostly from Western countries and non-governmental organisations which questioned his human rights record. WHO director Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, the first African to head the United Nations organisation, said he […]

https://qz.com/1106365/chinas-19th-party-congress-speech-text-what-xi-jinping-said-on-climate-south-china-sea-taiwan-technology/ President Xi Jinping hailed a “new era” for China in his speech at a pivotal Communist Party meeting yesterday (Oct. 18), an event that also effectively marks the start of his next five years in power (at least). He actually hailed it no less than 36 times in the […]

October 17, 2017 By Rachel Blevins Maltese Investigative Journalist Daphne Caruana Galizia, who was described as a “One-Woman WikiLeaks” after she led the Panama Papers investigation, was killed on Monday afternoon in a car bomb near her home. Galizia’s career was devoted to exposing establishment corruption, and her most recent […]

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