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Ameaças feitas por Trump colocam credibilidade dos EUA em risco
Desde o primeiro dia do ano, o presidente Donald Trump atacou vários países em posts no Twitter, incentivando manifestantes a derrubar o governo iraniano, ameaçando detonar a Coreia do Norte e pedindo reduções na assistência aos palestinos. Em seu tom e suas bravatas, ele começou 2018 onde terminou o ano passado. Leia mais (01/08/2018 - 09h52)
Livro narra história de David Bowie e traz reproduções de documentos raros
Escrito por Mike Evans o livro "David Bowie" narra a história do cantor inglês. Leia mais (01/08/2018 - 09h01)
Jovens são maioria entre voluntários; veja 10 trabalhos para fazer até de casa
Os jovens entre 18 e 34 anos são a maioria entre os 11 mil voluntários cadastrados no banco de vagas da Atados em quatro regiões metropolitanas brasileiras –Brasília, Florianópolis, Rio de Janeiro e São Paulo. Leia mais (01/08/2018 - 09h00)
Temer tem 15 dias para responder a perguntas da PF sobre portos
O presidente Michel Temer tem até o dia 19 para responder as 50 perguntas feitas pela Polícia Federal sobre supostas irregularidades na edição de um decreto que beneficiou empresas do setor de portos. A informação foi publicada pela revista "Época". Leia mais (01/08/2018 - 08h26)
Bom pra Cachorro: Artista pinta muros com imagens de cães para sensibilizar contra o abandono e incentivar adoção
Um artista plástico decidiu mostrar para todo mundo sua indignação em relação a casos de abandono e maus-tratos contra animais e pintou cachorros em muros de Uberlândia (MG). Ferreira Marcos, 35, diz que, além de mostrar seu trabalho, a ideia é sensibilizar as pessoas. E desde o primeiro mural, feito em fevereiro de 2017, recebeu(...) ... Leia post completo no blog Leia mais (01/08/2018 - 07h00)
Queda de barreira provoca mais de 20 km de filas na Régis no Vale do Ribeira
Os motoristas enfrentam 22 km de lentidão na pista sentido São Paulo da rodovia Régis Bittencourt, na região de Miracatu (Vale do Ribeira), na manhã desta segunda-feira (8), devido a uma queda de barreira. Leia mais (01/08/2018 - 06h41)
Cozinha Bruta: Cliente paulistano é o mais chato do mundo - e paga caro por isso no restaurante
Mimado, exigente, arrogante e rude, o cliente de restaurantes paulistano é o mais chato do mundo. É por isso que ele paga caro pela comida. Eu, tão paulistano quanto a estátua do Borba Gato, estou no balaio. Ouso dizer que já fui mais chato do que a maioria dos chatos - depois de medicado corretamente pela(...) ... Leia post completo no blog Leia mais (01/08/2018 - 06h00)
Nvidia anuncia parceria com Volks e Uber para produzir carros autônomos
A Nvidia, empresa de chips e placas gráficas, anunciou neste domingo (7) na CES, em Las Vegas, que a Volkswagen, a Uber e a chinesa Baidu irão usar seus processadores em projetos de carros autônomos. Leia mais (01/08/2018 - 06h00)
Acervo Folha: Há 50 anos, jogo na TV deu prêmio de Cr$ 1 milhão a Chico Buarque, Agnaldo Rayol e Ronald Golias
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Telepadi: Sorte dos telespectadores que têm uma Oprah para ver e ouvir
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Reforma da Previdência tem 30% de chance de sair em fevereiro, diz economista
Apesar das dificuldades que o governo Temer vem enfrentando para aprovar a reforma da Previdência, há ainda uma chance minoritária de que ela saia em 2018, diz o economista Luiz Fernando Figueiredo, sócio da gestora de recursos Mauá Capital. Leia mais (01/08/2018 - 02h30)

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Máscaras do Bolsonaro, Crivella e Kim Jong-un são apostas para Carnaval 2018
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La líder de Ciudadanos en Cataluña señala que “las estrategias del PP y el PSOE han sido nefastas para el constitucionalismo”
El director de la DGT estaba en Sevilla cuando las nevadas generaron caos en la operación retorno
Gregorio Serrano rechaza dimitir e insiste en que la responsabilidad es de la concesionaria
‘Tres anuncios en las afueras’ triunfa en los Globos de Oro
Hollywood aprovecha la gala para lanzar un grito contra el acoso sexual. Guillermo del Toro obtiene el premio a mejor dirección por 'La forma del agua'
Oprah Winfrey: “El momento ha llegado”
La periodista y actriz emociona a los Globos de Oro con un discurso aguerrido y emotivo contra el racismo y el acoso sexual
El FMI alerta de la dependencia de la banca española de la liquidez del BCE
El organismo también resalta la elevada exposición a la deuda pública y la necesidad de incrementar el capital de máxima calidad
Tres médicos dan por muerto a un preso que ‘revive’ en la morgue
El hombre, de 29 años, comenzó a moverse y a roncar antes de que le hicieran la autopsia en Oviedo
Las revistas ‘Tiempo’ e ‘Interviú’ dejan de publicarse
El grupo Zeta anuncia el cierre por la "imposibilidad de seguir sosteniendo las importantes pérdidas generadas por ambas publicaciones"
¿Es el asesino de Diana Quer un enfermo mental?
Según el psicólogo que atendió a las víctimas de Alcásser, el psicópata no tiene una pérdida de contacto con la realidad, elige voluntariamente sus actos, conoce su ilegalidad y, a pesar de ello, actúa
El macabro carácter del ex policía local maltratador
Manuel Lebrón retuvo a sus dos hijos hasta ser detenido en Sevilla, pero antes había anunciado su muerte
“El fútbol se ha convertido en fútbol americano”
El que fuera el ideólogo indispensable de la selección española, participa ahora en la organización del Mundial de 2022
Por qué en Alemania puedes conseguir un buen trabajo sin ir a la Universidad
El 68% de los estudiantes alemanes que cursan FP Dual consiguen un empleo. En España, las trabas administrativas impiden el éxito del modelo
Las claves del derrumbe del Real Madrid
Tras solo 17 partidos el actual campeón se ha despedido del título y ha pasado de ser un equipo llamado a marcar una época a mostrarse vulnerable, carente de gol e incapaz de revertir la situación
México, año cero
El país votará en julio con el sentimiento de que ya no aguanta más la corrupción, la inseguridad y la violencia. La postura de los jóvenes será clave para dirimir la victoria entre tres candidatos muy diferentes
“El Chapo’ está mal, se está volviendo paranoico”
El abogado del gran capo del narcotráfico relata la situación de Guzmán Loera en una cárcel de Nueva York a la espera de juicio

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Maroni non si ricandida «per motivi personali» alle Regionali in Lombardia. E poi lancia Fontana come sostituto

Maroni non si ricandida «per motivi personali» alle Regionali in Lombardia. E poi lancia Fontana come sostituto

Il governatore ha spiegato durante una conferenza stampa le motivazioni che lo hanno spinto a ritirarsi dalla corsa alle Regionali. E ai suoi assessori avrebbe confermato la candidatura dell’ex sindaco di Varese, Attilio Fontana. Salvini: sarebbe una buona scelta

Sciopero maestre: sit-in, cortei e «seri problemi alla didattica» Milano| Torino|Roma

Sciopero maestre: sit-in, cortei e «seri problemi alla didattica» Milano| Torino|Roma

A Milano i maggiori disagi. Si spiega perché l’82% dei 6 mila assunti con clausola di riserva con sentenza del giudice sono stati immessi in ruolo proprio al Nord, dove c’è cronica mancanza di insegnanti. L’ipotesi della soluzione politica ha tempi lunghi

Poche tasse e lavoro: promesse & bugie Ma la politica non è solo collezionare like

Poche tasse e lavoro: promesse & bugie Ma la politica non è solo collezionare like

Il parcheggiatore da 1 milione finisce all’ospedale: «Troppi soldi, li regalo a mia figlia» Ecco i biglietti fortunati

Il parcheggiatore da 1 milione finisce all’ospedale: «Troppi soldi, li regalo  a mia figlia» Ecco i biglietti fortunati

Abolire la legge Fornero costerà 350 miliardi. Di questi 23,8 solo nel 2020

Abolire la legge Fornero costerà 350 miliardi. Di questi 23,8 solo nel 2020

I conti in tasca dopo che M5S e Lega hanno iniziato a cavalcare la possibilità di rivedere i meccanismi di accesso al sistema pensionistico pubblico

«Parkinson e Alzheimer, scarsi risultati»: Pfizer rinuncia alla ricerca

«Parkinson e Alzheimer, scarsi risultati»: Pfizer rinuncia alla ricerca

Dopo l’abbandono della ricerca da parte di Merck anche il colosso farmaceutico Usa annuncia addio agli studi sui farmaci contro la demenza: «Gli investimenti profusi non sono stati sufficienti. Meglio indirizzare le risorse altrove»

«Il taglio del mio orecchio, come lo strappo d’un foglio» Il racconto di Paul Getty III

«Il taglio del mio orecchio, come lo strappo d’un foglio» Il racconto di Paul Getty III

Le memorie del rampollo morto nel 2011: il rapimento e la droga

La Corea del Nord che le foto ufficiali non mostreranno mai: viaggio nella Pyongyang mai svelata

La Corea del Nord che le foto ufficiali non mostreranno mai: viaggio nella Pyongyang mai svelata

I bambini che lavorano nei campi, i soldati nei momenti di relax, la denutrizione: quello che il regime di Kim Jong-un non vuole sia mostrato al mondo, e che invece un fotografo è riuscito a immortalare. Martedì vertice al confine per discutere la presenza della Corea del Nord alle Olimpiadi: dopo due anni riparte il dialogo con la Corea del Sud

Mare in burrasca, la crociera extralusso diventa un incubo: la tempesta sul ponte di prima classe

Mare in burrasca, la crociera extralusso diventa un incubo: la tempesta sul ponte di prima classe

Le immagini girate da una donna in vacanza con i propri figli sulla una nave della linea Norwegian Breakaway

Ecco cosa succede quando la temperatura raggiunge i meno 34 gradi

Ecco cosa succede quando la temperatura raggiunge i meno 34 gradi

Canada, alcune conseguenze del gelo di questi giorni

Quando i baby sitter sono due adorabili husky, il video che ha conquistato il web

Quando i baby sitter sono due adorabili husky, il video che ha conquistato il web

Rupert e Millie, ecco gli Husky che vivono a Manchester

Hillary Andales, 18enne, spiega la relatività su Youtube e vince 250mila dollari

Hillary Andales, 18enne, spiega la relatività su Youtube e  vince 250mila dollari

La filippina si aggiudica il premio per giovani divulgatori

Contropiede veloce e passaggi millimetrici: il gol di Neymar è un capolavoro

Contropiede veloce e passaggi millimetrici: il gol di Neymar è un capolavoro

La rete del momentaneo 4-0 del Paris Saint Germain contro il Rennes

Perde la presa e scivola: brutta caduta per l’acrobata del circo

Perde la presa e scivola: brutta caduta per l’acrobata del circo

La trapezista russa ricoverata, non è in pericolo di vita

Schiacciato dal tifoso caduto  dagli spalti: fa causa all’Inter  per 382.000 euro La sequenza

Schiacciato dal tifoso caduto  dagli spalti:  fa causa all’Inter  per 382.000 euro La sequenza

Il colpo subito ha fratturato la schiena alla vittima, costretta a cambiare lavoro

Casa, tutti gli sconti, dai mobili al verde Oggi costa la metà rispetto a 10 anni fa «L’Economia» oggi gratis in edicola  

Casa, tutti gli sconti, dai mobili al verde Oggi costa la metà rispetto a 10 anni fa «L’Economia» oggi gratis in edicola  

Le opportunità per proprietari, imprese e Fisco. L’aliquota ridotta per le locazioni

Rimprovera ragazzi per le bestemmie: donna aggredita a calci

Rimprovera ragazzi per le bestemmie: donna aggredita a calci

Grugliasco, i quattro giovani sono noti come «i bulli delle Gru», il centro commerciale. Erano stati ripresi per il linguaggio scurrile. Rintracciati, sono stati denunciati

Rivolta di Rosarno, 8 anni dopo niente è cambiato: tra le baracche  dei migranti il video a 360 gradi

Rivolta di Rosarno, 8 anni dopo niente è cambiato: tra le baracche  dei migranti il video a 360 gradi

Il ghetto di San Ferdinando è rimasto lo stesso, uomini che vivono nel fango e in condizioni igieniche pessime in attesa di una giornata di lavoro a Cottimo. Lì dove il 7 gennaio del 2010 era scoppiata una rivolta non è cambiato niente

I ribelli della Var: così a cosa serve? Arbitri divisi. Gli episodi contestati

I ribelli della Var: così a cosa serve? Arbitri divisi. Gli episodi contestati

di Carlos Passerini Alcuni arbitri la utilizzano, altri no. L’ipotesi di una frangia di fischietti anti tecnologia

Calenda: «Grasso fa il verso a Trump sulle tasse universitarie»

Calenda: «Grasso fa il verso a Trump sulle tasse universitarie»

Il ministro critica il leader di Leu e attacca Movimento 5 Stelle e centrodestra: «le loro ricette economiche sono pericolose per l’Italia». Rientra la polemica sul canone Rai

La seconda vita di Lorenzo: senza battito 90 minuti, poi la rinascita

La seconda vita di Lorenzo: senza battito 90 minuti, poi  la rinascita

L’infarto mentre faceva ginnastica a scuola, l’intervento straordinario all’ospedale di Parma

Stretta sulle sigarette elettroniche Incetta prima che scatti l’aumento

Stretta sulle sigarette elettroniche Incetta prima che scatti l’aumento

La vita (a tempo) degli oggetti

La vita (a tempo) degli oggetti

L’inchiesta in Francia sulle stampanti che si fermano quando c’è ancora inchiostroAccuse per «l’obsolescenza programmata»

Pioggia, neve e vento forte: allerta al Nord. Rischio valanghe in Piemonte Il meteo

Pioggia, neve e vento forte: allerta al Nord. Rischio valanghe in Piemonte Il meteo

Condizioni meteorologiche avverse su tutto il fronte alpino.

Savona, a fuoco depositi di rifiuti Rischio disastro ambientale Video

Savona, a fuoco depositi di rifiuti Rischio disastro ambientale Video

All’interno plastica e pneumatici. L’azienda è la Fg Riciclaggi di Cairo Montenotte (Savona). Oggi scuole chiuse in quattro comuni

Petroliera in fiamme: rischio di esplosione e disastro ambientale

Petroliera in fiamme: rischio di esplosione e disastro ambientale

Una petroliera iraniana si è scontrata con un cargo di Hong Kong al largo delle coste orientali della Cina. Disperso l’equipaggio: a bordo 30 marinai iraniani e due del Bangladesh

Spari contro il calciatore turco che criticò Erdogan

Spari contro il calciatore turco che criticò Erdogan

Deniz Naki ha raccontato di essere stato aggredito nella notte in autostrada. «Penso sia stato qualcuno cui non piace il mio atteggiamento politico». Aperta un’inchiesta

New York, il gelo ferma gli aerei: al «Jfk» oltre mille voli cancellati Australia, caldo record |In Italia

New York, il gelo ferma gli aerei: al «Jfk» oltre mille voli cancellati Australia, caldo record |In Italia

Aeroporto nel caos dopo la tormenta: i jet dall’Italia dirottati a Montreal e Boston

Calabria: intimidazione al coordinatore di «Libera»

Calabria: intimidazione al coordinatore di «Libera»

La carcassa di un capretto sanguinante attaccato allo specchietto retrovisore dell’auto di don Ennio Stamile. La solidarietà di don Ciotti e del mondo politico

Morto Andrea Fabbri, guidava  il gruppo famoso per l’amarena

Morto Andrea Fabbri, guidava  il gruppo famoso per l’amarena

Era presidente del consiglio di amministrazione della holding di controllo dell’azienda bolognese fondata dal bisnonno Gennaro 118 anni fa. Aveva 67 anni

La soprano e il figlio autistico: «Il mio Tiago, aiutato con dolcezza» Buone Notizie torna martedì

La soprano e il figlio autistico: «Il mio Tiago, aiutato con dolcezza» Buone Notizie torna martedì

La soprano russa Anna Nebretko racconta per la prima volta il suo rapporto con il piccolo Tiago, abbandonato dal padre biologico Schrott al momento della diagnosi. Dalla paura per i rumori agli scatti d’ira, i medici Usa hanno saputo rompere il suo blocco senza alcuna medicina

Sciopero maestre diplomate, lezioni a rischio per tre milioni e mezzo di alunni di materna e primaria

Sciopero maestre diplomate, lezioni a rischio per tre milioni e mezzo di alunni di materna e primaria

È la stima dell'Anief, uno dei primi sindacati a sostenere la protesta dei diplomati magistrali, esclusi dalla sentenza del Consiglio di Stato dalle graduatorie ad esaurimento, quelle che assicurano -prima o poi- una cattedra

Freccia ( ferito dai bracconieri)  è guarito: «Adesso cerca casa»

Freccia ( ferito dai bracconieri)  è guarito: «Adesso cerca casa»

Il cane era stato colpito con un arpione subacqueo modificato: «Mangia e ingrassa. È' arrivato il momento di separarci da lui»

Iran, Sotoudeh: «Se la Ue starà in silenzio, i ragazzi spariranno  nelle carceri»

Iran, Sotoudeh: «Se la Ue starà in silenzio, i ragazzi spariranno  nelle carceri»

Nasrin Sotoudeh, avvocata dei diritti umani: ci impediscono di difenderli

Battute, provocazioni e proclami  La politica globale ora è un tweet

Battute, provocazioni e proclami  La politica globale ora è un tweet

È dall’inizio della sua presidenza, che Donald Trump fa il comandante in capo via Twitter rendendo a volte illeggibile la posizione del governo su temi cruciali

Il mistero del  dirigente: dalla  Svizzera a Milano  poi scompare

Il mistero del  dirigente: dalla  Svizzera a Milano  poi scompare

L’auto parcheggiata in viale Monza. Da 10 giorni nessuna notizia La famiglia Natale con i figli, nuova compagna e successo nel lavoro. Ha tenuto i cellulari, non i farmaci

Siria, la guerra che non è finita Sono migliaia i civili in fuga

Siria, la guerra che non è finita Sono migliaia i civili in fuga

«Insulti, devi pagare i danni»: Fedez e J-Ax contro un rapper

«Insulti, devi pagare i danni»: Fedez e J-Ax contro un rapper

Il caso di Mike Hoghsnob, che era stato assoldato nella scuderia Newtopia

«Ciao, sono Luca...». La madre che scrive post FB del figlio morto

«Ciao, sono Luca...». La madre che scrive post FB del figlio morto

Il ragazzo scivolò sul Cervino la scorsa estate

Sanremo, morto a 41 anni di morbillo Asl: pericolo di epidemia escluso

Sanremo, morto a 41 anni di morbillo Asl: pericolo di epidemia  escluso

La vittima aveva 41 anni: era stato trasferito in rianimazione dopo l’insorgere di complicazioni. «Un caso isolato, non esiste il pericolo di contagio»

Vendere cibo o vestiti col marchio «reggia di Caserta»? Si può fare. E l’arte incassa Le nozze criticate

Vendere cibo o vestiti col marchio «reggia di Caserta»? Si può fare. E l’arte incassa Le nozze criticate

Dopo le polemiche per il ricevimento privato negli spazi del monumento il direttore Felicori replica con ironia atteggiandosi come «il boss delle cerimonie». E firma un regolamento per lo sfruttamento commerciale del sito Unesco

I rifiuti romani non vanno più in Emilia. M5S: «Costa troppo»

I rifiuti romani non vanno più in Emilia.  M5S: «Costa troppo»

Ostia: mal di pancia grillini per il tritovagliatore. Intanto all’Eur porta a porta in crisi

Stoccolma: esplode ordigno, un morto e una donna ferita vicino alla metro

Stoccolma: esplode ordigno, un morto e una donna ferita vicino alla metro

L’uomo ha raccolto da terra all’uscita della stazione di Varby Gard l’ordigno (forse una granata) che gli è esploso in mano. La polizia esclude la pista del terrorismo

I soccorsi ritardano e lui  non ce la fa. Il 118 al telefono: tanto è già morto|Le chiamate

I soccorsi ritardano e lui  non ce la fa. Il 118 al telefono:  tanto è già morto|Le chiamate

Napoli, le registrazioni choc. Da «non abbiamo mezzi» alla sufficienza e ai tentennamenti

Khadija e quel corpo smembrato con la sega. Noi ricordiamo la sua foto d’estate

 Khadija e quel corpo  smembrato con la sega.  Noi  ricordiamo la sua foto d’estate

Le proteste, il cervo, le neve:  il giro del mondo in 14 foto

Le proteste, il cervo, le neve:  il giro del mondo in 14 foto

Da Gaza a Londra alla Germania: le immagini raccontano i primi giorni del 2018, tra proteste, giochi, festeggiamenti e neve

Bollette a 28 giorni, le regole  sui rimborsi e il ritorno al «mese»

Bollette a 28 giorni,  le regole  sui rimborsi e il ritorno al «mese»

I consumatori: le compagnie alzano le tariffe, pronti ai ricorsi. La fatturazione a 28 giorni ha consentito agli operatori maggiori incassi dell’8,6% all’anno

Esperimento a Brindisi: a scuola dalle 10. «Così si studia meglio»

Esperimento  a Brindisi: a scuola dalle 10. «Così si studia meglio»

All’Istituto Majorana dall’anno prossimo la sperimentazione nella scuola superiore Majorana. «Così si può migliorare il sonno e l’apprendimento»

«Credo in te»: l’attrice Sarah Silverman salva il suo hater

«Credo in te»: l’attrice Sarah Silverman  salva il suo hater

L’attrice Silverman twitta con Jeremy, che l’aveva insultata. «Prova a vederee cosa succede quando scegli l’amore». Lui le rivela: non posso scegliere l’amore, sono stato violentato a 8 anni

Milano, 30 mila firme in 7 giorni contro l’aumento dei ticket di Atm

Milano, 30 mila firme in 7  giorni contro l’aumento dei ticket di Atm

La petizione online è stata lanciata su Change.org da una studentessa universitaria, Benedetta Cirillo, per evitare il rincaro dei biglietti dei mezzi pubblici di Milano al via dal primo gennaio del 2019. «Intensificate i controlli su tram e metro»

Pedaggi, le proteste: «In Lombardia i rincari maggiori»

Pedaggi, le proteste: «In Lombardia i rincari maggiori»

Autostrade e tangenziali costano di più (fino al 14% la Milano-Serravalle e le tangenziali). Un incremento medio per i veicoli che, secondo il ministero, sarà del 2,74%. Balotta (Onlit): «Invece a Milano e in Lombardia è del 4-5%»

Golden Globe 2018: red carpet tutto «nero» per protestare contro le molestie a Hollywood

Golden Globe 2018: red carpet tutto «nero» per protestare contro le molestie a Hollywood

Star vestite a lutto per appoggiare il movimento «Time’s Up». Anche gli uomini in smoking scuro. La Mastronardi con abito cortoStar vestite a lutto (e look non tutti castigati) per appoggiare il movimento «Time’s Up», come annunciato. Ma c’è sempre l’eccezione

Alessandra Mastronardi, la sua prima volta sul red carpet dei Golden Globe

Alessandra Mastronardi, la sua prima volta sul red carpet dei Golden Globe

L’attrice , lanciata dal telefilm «I Cesaroni» ha sfilato in abito Chanel, la maison di cui è ambasciatrice: era a Beverly Hills per la serie di Netflix «Master of None»

Ces 2018, le idee più innovative (e folli): dallo scooter che si piega a metà all'airbag per anziani

Ces 2018,  le idee più innovative (e folli): dallo scooter che si piega a metà all'airbag per anziani

Il Consumer Electronics Show si apre con l'Unveiled, un'anteprima di prodotti premiati dall'organizzazione: soluzioni che lasciano a bocca aperta ma anche invenzioni strampalate 

Le vacanze della serie A Ecco dove si riposano i calciatori

Le vacanze della serie A Ecco dove si riposano i calciatori

Ciro Immobile alle Maldive. Come Inzaghi e Storari. Ma c'è chi preferisce la montagna. I giocatori hanno una settimana libera e la trascorrono così

Marina Ripa di Meana, le lacrime di Sandra Milo e Patrizia De Blanck

Marina Ripa di Meana, le lacrime di Sandra Milo e Patrizia De Blanck

Il dolore in tv per la morte della "signora dei salotti" a Sabato Italiano e Domenica In

L’anima nera della Bonneville Bobber

L’anima nera della Bonneville Bobber

Minimalista e aggressiva, la versione Black è una Triumph ancora più «dura e pura». Motore bicilindrico 1.2 da 77 cv, tanta elettronica e 120 accessori per personalizzarla

8 gennaio, lascia entrare Ascanio

8 gennaio, lascia entrare Ascanio

Da 10 anni questa data è famosa per il successo web di una canzone iraniana "italianizzata"

Dopo Cagliari-Juventus un quotidiano titola «Rubentus», i bianconeri pensano alla querela

Dopo Cagliari-Juventus un quotidiano titola «Rubentus», i bianconeri pensano alla querela

Il «Roma» di Napoli parla della fuga degli azzurri insieme agli arcirivali, ma titola con lo sfottò ritenuto offensivo. Indiscrezioni dal club parlano di azioni legali

Come invecchia il calciatore

Come invecchia il calciatore

Come invecchia il calciatore: una galleria di personaggi del passato recente e lontano che hanno allietato le nostre domenicheCome invecchia il calciatore: una galleria di personaggi del passato recente e lontano che hanno allietato le nostre domeniche

Milan, i primi 40 anni di Gattuso: «Non voglio essere un peso, ma che fatica: sono troppo focoso»

Milan, i primi 40 anni di Gattuso: «Non voglio essere un peso, ma che fatica: sono troppo focoso»

«Farò di tutto per restare, mi sento a casa mia ma con più responsabilità che da giocatore. Invidio la serenità di Allegri, mi piace il gioco di Sarri e mi rivedo in Conte»

Mai dopo le vacanze: i giorni migliori (e peggiori) per iniziare una dieta

Mai dopo le vacanze: i giorni migliori (e peggiori) per iniziare una dieta

Come confermano numerosi studi scientifici, affinché un programma dimagrante abbia successo non basta solo mangiare sano, ma anche scegliere il momento giusto per iniziare «e il tempo ideale per riuscirci è solamente uno: adesso», raccomanda lo psichiatra e nutrizionista Stefano Erzegovesi. Scopriamo come  

Dalla rete wi-fi alle piste ciclabili, al «fiume verde»: le idee per rendere migliore Milano

Dalla rete wi-fi alle piste ciclabili, al «fiume verde»: le idee per rendere migliore Milano

In tantissimi, personaggi noti e meno conosciuti, hanno raccontato la «loro» Milano. Ora il progetto ideato dal manager Mattia Mor, #HosceltoMilano, apre la fase due: le idee per renderla migliore

Da Bianca Balti a Irina Shayk: quando la modella sfila con il pancione

Da Bianca Balti a Irina Shayk: quando la modella sfila con il pancione

Le top model che non hanno abbandonato le passerelle durante la gravidanza. Ashleigh Good in pista in abito da sposa. Ecco la rassegna di «Madame Figaro»

È il «No Pants Day»: tutti in mutande nel metrò. Anche a Milano

È il «No Pants Day»: tutti in mutande nel metrò. Anche a Milano

Nelle metropolitane di 60 città di tutto il mondo, da Londra a Varsavia a Milano, malgrado il freddo, i passeggeri si svestono

Radiohead contro Lana Del Rey: «Mi accusano di aver plagiato “Creep”»

Radiohead contro Lana Del Rey: «Mi accusano di aver plagiato “Creep”»

Le somiglianze tra «Get free», l’ultimo brano di «Lust for life», il recente album della cantante, e «Creep», hit del ‘92, sono per la band inglese evidenti

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Opera di Firenze, «Carmen» contro il femminicidio: ma nel finale la pistola si inceppa

Nella messinscena del regista Leo Muscato è la gitana a uccidere Don José anziché il contrario come previsto dal libretto dell'opera di Bizet: ma alla prima per un imprevisto la pistola non funziona

Calciomercato: Milan, offerte per André Silva dall’Inghilterra (e la Premier League chiama anche Chiellini e Dybala)

Calciomercato: Milan, offerte per André Silva dall’Inghilterra (e la Premier League chiama anche Chiellini e Dybala)

Rossoneri impegnati a sfoltire la rosa, il Wolverhampton interessato all’attaccante portoghese. Sui due bianconeri l’interesse dei Manchester di Guardiola e Mourinho

Quando il piccolo Chiesa, in braccio al padre, diceva: «Chi fa il gol? Io!»

Quando il piccolo Chiesa, in braccio al padre, diceva: «Chi fa il gol? Io!»

Federico Chiesa, centrocampista della Fiorentina e della Nazionale Under 21, prometteva già da piccolo di emulare la carriera di papà Enrico

La nuova vita di Cristina Plevani: cassiera part-time in un supermarket

La nuova vita di Cristina Plevani: cassiera part-time in un supermarket

La vincitrice della prima edizione del «Grande Fratello» (2000) non è riuscita a sfondare nel mondo dello spettacolo. Ha fatto per anni la bagnina, ora fa la cassiera

Trasparenze, maniche a palloncino e viola: 8 trend 2018 (da non perdere)

Trasparenze, maniche a palloncino e viola: 8 trend  2018 (da non perdere)

Le camicie prendono volume mentre per la sera dominano le paillettes e i colori metallici per un effetto discoteca anni Settanta e per sentirsi più vicine alle stelle. Vince chi osa

Canzian: «Basta con i Pooh, a Sanremo ritorno al rock»

Canzian: «Basta con i Pooh, a Sanremo ritorno al rock»

In tv le trame sul business della guerra

In tv le trame sul business della guerra

«Deep State», arriva la serie con Strong ispirata a fatti accaduti ai tempi del conflitto in Iraq

«Torno in tv ma ho paura»

«Torno in tv ma ho paura»

Perego in onda dopo lo stop forzato«Pensavo di lasciare questo lavoroNon vado fiera di quel gioco stupido»

Ornella Muti: «Non so se amerò mai più, ma ho imparato a meditare»

Ornella Muti: «Non so se amerò mai più, ma ho imparato a meditare»

L’attrice: «Per un amico ho rinunciato a un film di 007. Non ho paura di invecchiare, non ha senso. Gli esordi sono stati un incubo: sono stata amata da registi cinici e vivevo come a Disneyword»

Dal cortissimo al lungo: il nuovo look di Arisa

Dal cortissimo al lungo:  il nuovo look di Arisa

Dai capelli cortissimi alla folta chioma. Trucco leggero, sguardo da femme fatale. La metamorfosi approvata dai fan

Nissan Leaf: record di prenotazioni

Nissan Leaf: record di prenotazioni

Per la seconda generazione del modello elettrico, già 10mila ordini ancora prima del vero lancio. In Italia, la Casa ha stretto un accordo diretto con Enel

In bianco e nero, sulla spiaggia: Tina Kunakey e Vincent Cassel inseparabili

In bianco e nero, sulla spiaggia: Tina Kunakey e Vincent Cassel inseparabili

La coppia posta una foto in bianco e nero, sempre insieme anche nel nuovo anno

La top curvy Diana Sirokai fa il verso a Gigi Hadid e Kim Kardashian

La top curvy Diana Sirokai fa il verso a Gigi Hadid e Kim Kardashian

Sui social le sue immagini a confronto con le due americane fanno il pieno di like. «Non ho la taglia di Gigi, ma allo specchio mi trovo sexy»

Come uscire da un parcheggio molto stretto: la manovra è incredibile

Come uscire da un parcheggio molto stretto: la manovra è incredibile

L’istruttore in Brasile insegna agli allievi come fare

Gran Bretagna: Kate Middleton incinta (con il colbacco) a Sandringham

Gran Bretagna: Kate Middleton incinta (con il colbacco) a Sandringham

Il messaggio natalizio di Elisabetta II: loda il marito Filippo, sulla scrivania le immagini dei pronipoti e le foto del matrimonio

Aperitivo nel deserto: Diletta Leotta in vacanza a Dubai

Aperitivo nel deserto: Diletta Leotta in vacanza a Dubai

La giornalista e i suoi scatti prima del Natale: elegante in studio o in posa con la campionessa Rosella Fiamingo

Dimagriti, ingrassati, invecchiati, stravolti dal botox (o da un trucco sbagliato): le metamorfosi delle star

Dimagriti, ingrassati, invecchiati, stravolti dal botox (o da un trucco sbagliato): le metamorfosi delle star

Dimagriti, ingrassati, invecchiati, stravolti dal botox (o da un trucco sbagliato): ecco le metamorfosi volute o meno dalle star All’edizione del Festival di trent’anni fa si fece notare nei panni di un corridore, ma poi non proseguì la carriera cinematografica

Le lunule bianche delle unghie e i problemi di salute che possono segnalare

Le lunule bianche delle unghie e i problemi di salute che possono segnalare

La loro funzione è quella di proteggere i sottili vasi sanguigni che si trovano al di sotto delle unghie. La lunula sana e normale ha colore avorio e forma di mezza luna e occupa circa 1/5 di superficie dell’unghia. Può indicare alcuni problemi di salute in tre modi: attraverso il colore, la forma e le dimensioni, come spiega il professor Antonino Di Pietro, direttore scientifico dell’Istituto Dermoclinico Vita Cutis di Milano

Da Kate Middleton a Chiara Ferragni: le nascite più attese del 2018

Da Kate Middleton a Chiara Ferragni: le nascite più attese del 2018

Teste coronate, star di Hollywood e influencer. Sono tante le famose che partoriranno quest'anno

Montagna che vai, look che sfoggi: 10 pezzi per 10 mete (chic) sulle neve 

Montagna che vai, look che sfoggi: 10 pezzi per 10 mete (chic) sulle neve 

Dal pellicciotto ecologico alla cuffia. E c’è chi osa con la maglia trasparente. Gli occhiali da sole? Meglio a specchio. Le cose da mettere in valigia per le location più glamour

Letizia di Spagna, regina di fascino

Letizia di Spagna, regina di fascino

La sovrana spagnola al Palazzo Reale di Madrid

Conta solo essere brillanti e la politica diventa show

Conta solo essere brillanti  e la politica diventa show

Libertà, viaggi e delusioni Foto #18anni sui social (e su «la Lettura»)

Libertà, viaggi e  delusioni Foto #18anni sui social (e su «la Lettura»)

Nel numero in edicola fino a sabato 13 gennaio i maggiorenni del 2018  e il «re» del digitale, l’artista Pamuk, gli affreschi di Treviso e i pulpiti di Pistoia

Bbc, si dimette la direttrice in Cina «Le donne sono sottopagate»

Bbc, si dimette la direttrice in Cina «Le donne sono sottopagate»

Carrie Gracie, in una lettera aperta sul sito della Tv pubblica, ha puntato il dito contro la «gestione illegale del sistema di retribuzione». Altre 200 dipendenti minacciano di fare causa.

Germania, aziende costrette a rivelare i divari salariali per legge

 Germania, aziende costrette a rivelare i divari salariali per legge

Anche in Finlandia, Irlanda e Norvegia la legge prevede il diritto individuale di chiedere informazioni relative al livello di remunerazione. In Italia le aziende con oltre 100 dipendenti devono redigere ogni due anni un rapporto sulla situazione del personale maschile e femminile

L’America delle contraddizioninell’affresco di una comunità

L’America delle contraddizioninell’affresco di una comunità

McDormand è la combattiva madre di una ragazzina stuprata e uccisa

Ces 2018, i nuovi televisori: Panasonic anticipa tutti, due modelli Oled e Hdr10+

Ces 2018, i nuovi televisori: Panasonic anticipa tutti, due modelli Oled e Hdr10+

In attesa dei rivali Samsung, Lg e Sony, l'azienda giapponese lancia i modelli FZ800 e FZ950, calibrati dai tecnici che lavorano a Hollywood nella post-produzione dei film e delle serie tv

«Ieri e oggi», nostalgia del passato per sfruttare il repertorio Rai

«Ieri e oggi», nostalgia del passato per sfruttare il repertorio Rai

Aiutare un figlio vittima di bullismo

Aiutare un figlio vittima di bullismo

Subire atti di bullismo da bambini o adolescenti può avere conseguenze per tutta la vita. È possibile però imparare ad ascoltare le preoccupazioni dei nostri figli e riconoscere i segni del disagio per capire insieme cosa fare. Ecco i consigli del dottor Giancarlo Cerveri, psichiatra dell’Asst Fatebenefratelli - Sacco di Milano

Angelillo, quell’amore di centravanti invidiato da Herrera

Angelillo, quell’amore di  centravanti  invidiato da  Herrera

Cure contro il cancro ed effetti collaterali: quello che pazienti e familiare devono sapere

Cure contro il cancro ed effetti collaterali: quello che pazienti e familiare devono sapere

L’immunoterapia è la nuova frontiera della cura ai tumori e oggi dà risultati promettenti in molte neoplasie per le quali c’erano poche speranze. Generalmente considerata più leggera della «vecchia» chemioterapia, non è però esente da tossicità ed effetti collaterali, che possono essere anche pesanti e che vanno correttamente riconosciuti e trattati. Come hanno ricordato recentemente gli esperti della Società Europea di Oncologia Medica (ESMO) riuniti a Ginevra per un congresso sull’Immunoncologia, con un testo informativo dedicato a pazienti e familiari e una linea guida pratica per i medici.

Borges quasi cieco, ma il buio è dolce: «Assomiglia all’eternità»

Borges quasi cieco, ma il  buio è dolce: «Assomiglia all’eternità»

Nella raccolta «Elogio dell’ombra» (Adelphi) l’autore e intellettuale argentino  deposita l’esperienza di una vita, la ricerca di un «centro» dentro ogni essere umano

Atene flagellata dal maltempo, ecco la storia dei migranti soccorritori

Atene flagellata dal maltempo, ecco la storia dei migranti soccorritori

L’appello sui social e la reazione della comunità pachistana: «L’emergenza ci ha fatto avvertire l’obbligo umano di offrire il nostro aiuto». I migranti economici hanno ripulito case e strade, soccorso gli anziani e ripristinato la corrente elettrica

Il marito con cui non avevo l’orgasmo, l’amante e il sesso perfetto: la mia vita sentimentale senza «lieto fine»

Il marito con cui non avevo l’orgasmo, l’amante e il sesso perfetto: la mia vita sentimentale senza «lieto fine»

La storia di Anastasia, 44 anni, e le sue quattro storie d’amore alla scoperta di sé stessa e del sesso: un marito, un compagno, un amante e un amico

In montagna per scalare i nostri limiti

In montagna per scalare i nostri limiti

Hanno ispirato Petrarca, sono state i luoghi del progresso scientifico e della guerra. Le vette da sempre rappresentano per noi un ambiente ricco di tanti significati«Affrontandole ci scopriamo, sono una metafora del ricercare se stessi»

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Stephen Bannon, Golden Globes, Consumer Electronics Show: Your Monday Briefing
Here’s what you need to know to start your day.
New York Today: New York Today: Teaching Teens the Financial Ropes
Monday: A nonprofit offers financial literacy lessons to young people, an end to the cold spell, and The Times and PBS start a book club.
Bannon Tries Backing Away From Explosive Comments
Stephen K. Bannon, who is quoted in a new book calling Donald Trump Jr.’s meeting with Russians in 2016 “treasonous,” said that Mr. Trump was “both a patriot and a good man.”
Trump’s Twitter Threats Put American Credibility on the Line
Nearly a year after the president took office, the world is still figuring out whether to take his fiery words as policy pronouncements, or to simply ignore them.
Bannon Needs Breitbart. Does Breitbart Need Bannon?
After he was quoted speaking critically of Donald Trump Jr., the former White House strategist appears to be trying to stay at the right-wing news site.
Golden Globes Briefing: A Golden Globes Draped in Black Addresses #MeToo
“Three Billboards” and “Lady Bird” won the top movie awards at the Golden Globes. But it was the #MeToo movement, and Oprah Winfrey’s rousing speech, that defined the moment.
#MeToo Leads at the Golden Globes
Actresses used the red carpet and the stage of the 2018 Golden Globe Awards to amplify their fight against sexual harassment in Hollywood and beyond.
Critic’s Notebook: The Golden Globes Get (Halfway) Woke
There was consensus from the stage and dissonance on the red carpet in a broadcast that was half party, half protest.
Kushner’s Financial Ties to Israel Deepen Even With Mideast Diplomatic Role
An Israeli insurance company’s previously undisclosed $30 million investment in Jared Kushner’s family company could fuel the perception of conflicts of interest.
Tapes Reveal Egyptian Leaders’ Tacit Acceptance of Jerusalem Move
While Egypt denounced President Trump’s decision, an Egyptian intelligence officer coached talk show hosts to persuade their listeners to accept it.
Boycott Drive Put Israel on a Blacklist. Now Israel Has One of Its Own.
Israel published a blacklist of 20 organizations, including a Jewish-American group, whose leaders are barred from entering the country for supporting the boycott, divestment and sanctions movement.
As Trump Appeals to Farmers, Some of His Policies Don’t
The president will cast himself as a friend to farmers in a speech on Monday, but his position on trade and some parts of the new tax law threaten to undercut their interests.
In New York, Drawing Flood Maps Is a ‘Game of Inches’
As FEMA revises the maps to account for climate change, deciding who is in the flood zone will be a battle with millions of dollars at stake.
The Interpreter: Losing Faith in the State, Some Mexican Towns Quietly Break Away
With government often more the problem than the solution, communities are taking matters into their own hands. But gains against crime can carry a cost.
Op-Ed Columnist: ‘Like, Really Smart’
The new book about Trump’s White House suggests a dangerous mental instability.
Op-Ed Columnist: At the Golden Globes, Hollywood Does What Washington Won’t
There’s meaningless make-believe in the capital of politics, but there’s meaningful politics in the capital of make-believe.
Opinion: Amber Tamblyn: Redefining the Red Carpet
At the Golden Globes, my fellow actresses aren’t just wearing black. They’re making a statement of resistance.
Contributing Op-Ed Writer: The Looming Digital Meltdown
Modern computing security is like a flimsy house that needs to be fundamentally rebuilt.
Op-Ed Contributor: Will Iran’s Protests Help the Hard-Liners?
The recent demonstrations could cripple the moderate President Rouhani and cement the conservatives’ grip on power.
Contributing Op-Ed Writer: Graceland, at Last
For reasons I cannot explain, some part of me needed to go there.
Editorial: New York Leaders Are Failing Its Subway Riders
As construction companies and labor unions drove up costs, watchdogs — including governors and lawmakers — have done too little to stop it.
Op-Ed Columnist: How to Get New York Moving Again
Traffic is so bad that people can often outpace cars.
Op-Ed Contributor: On Stop-and-Frisk, We Can’t Celebrate Just Yet
What happens to people after they get stopped?
JFK Travelers Ask: When Can I Catch a Flight Home?
Delays, cancellations and now flooding have disrupted flights and stranded passengers at the beleaguered New York airport since Thursday’s snowstorm.
Iranian Oil Tanker in Flames After Collision Near China
With one body found, rescuers searched for 31 members of the crew from the tanker, which was at risk of explosion.
Tatsuro Toyoda, Who Led Toyota’s Global Expansion, Dies at 88
Mr. Toyoda led Toyota’s first factory in North America, bringing with him a Japanese approach to manufacturing and labor relations.
BBC News Editor Quits Her Post to Protest Gender Pay Gap
Carrie Gracie, the network’s China editor, said she learned last summer that her male colleagues earned 50 percent more than she did.
How Hot Was It in Australia? Hot Enough to Melt Asphalt
A short-lived but blistering heat wave brought near-record temperatures to large areas of Australia, including a high of 117 degrees in a Sydney suburb.
When the Ice Breaks: Frozen Pond Rescues
Heavy snowfall. Face-freezing temperatures. Around the globe, another winter phenomenon was in full force: rescuing people and animals from icy waters.
India Clings to Cash, Even as Tech Firms Push Digital Money
India’s Paytm and global heavyweights like Google are moving aggressively to persuade reluctant Indians to give up their rupee notes.
The U.S. Has Fewer Crimes. Does That Mean It Needs Fewer Police?
With crime at lows not seen in decades, but drug addiction and untreated mental illness still persistent problems, some say it may be time to rethink the size of forces.
The Befana Market, a Beloved Roman Tradition, Is Imperiled
Italian families have long made pilgrimages to the Piazza Navona over the holidays, but the kid-magnet event has been wounded by politics, poor quality and delays.
Torbjorn Rodland’s Puzzling Photos Are Unsettling and Arousing
The Norwegian photographer is having a moment, with major European shows. His pictures capture changes in photography in the internet era.
My Detox: A Calming Elixir to Drink Before Bedtime
The creative consultant Matilda Goad includes a warm blend of turmeric and coconut milk in her nightly de-stressing routine.
Can Sweatcoin, a Hot Fitness App, Keep You Off the Couch?
Sweatcoin has been a popular download for months by offering a twist to fitness tracking. Users gain “sweatcoins” that can be used to buy products.
Don’t Let a Lack of Self-Awareness Hold You Back
What’s the “thing” holding you back?
Your Money Adviser: How to Write Off Donations Under the New Tax Plan: Consider ‘Bunching’
Donor-advised funds allow taxpayers to donate money and take a tax deduction in the same year, then pay the money to selected charities over time.
Travel Tips: How to Make the Most of a Trip to Wine Country
Wine producing regions such as Tuscany and Napa Valley already make for enjoyable vacation destinations, but with a little planning you can get even more from your trip.
Arthur Mitchell, Ballet’s ‘Grandfather of Diversity’
Mr. Mitchell, who at 83 still exudes grandness, is the subject of an exhibition at the Wallach gallery at Columbia’s Lenfest Center for the Arts.
A Philadelphia Theater Heading, and Sweating, in a New Direction
Repertory companies have largely disappeared on American stages. But with an eye on Europe, and highly physical training, the Wilma Theater is going against the grain.
New Pregame Trickery: Distract the Visiting Team With Bad YouTube Videos
Rutgers is out in front with the latest form of gamesmanship. Just watch the Mr. Trololo video to understand how this tactic might work.
487 Original Programs Aired in 2017. Bet You Didn’t Watch Them All.
The staggering growth of original shows largely comes from the seemingly endless budget lines that help produce new shows for streaming services, chiefly Netflix.
Review: A Nostalgia Trip at the New York Philharmonic
While the program of Mozart, Tchaikovsky and Haydn, led by the pianist and conductor Jeffrey Kahane, was finely executed, it felt safe and predictable.
Why So Cold? Climate Change May Be Part of the Answer
Studies suggest that one factor could be warming in the Arctic, which allows more frigid air to escape southward.
Trilobites: A Mummified Child’s Remains Show Signs of a Modern Scourge
For decades, scientists thought the toddler died nearly 500 years ago from smallpox. New research shows it carried hepatitis B.
The New Old Age: You’re Over 75, and You’re Healthy. Why Are You Taking a Statin?
It’s not clear that statins prevent first heart attacks and strokes in older patients, and the drugs do have side effects that can be harmful.
Take a Number: Cancer Deaths Continue a Steep Decline
More than two million patients have been saved by advances in diagnosis and treatment since 1991, according to new data.
What You Need to Do Because of Flaws in Computer Chips
Hackers can exploit two major security flaws in microprocessors running virtually all machines on Earth. What do you do now?
An Eyelash-Freezing ‘Icy Hell’: The One Spot That Could Feel Like Minus 100
Frigid air is gripping the East Coast, and furious winds are expected to make it feel as cold as 100 degrees below zero atop Mount Washington in New Hampshire.
Gray Matter: Is Your Child Lying to You? That’s Good
Kids who know how to deceive are smarter and better adjusted.

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Israel turns the power back on to Gaza, increasing supply to about 6 hours daily
In the months since the Palestinian Authority stopped paying for power, Gaza homes had been getting just 3 or 4 hours of electricity a day — not enough power for sewage treatment.
As the eastern U.S. faces brutal wind chills, triple-digit heat is melting asphalt in southern Australia
Down Under, it’s summer — and a remarkably hot one as the nation suffers a “catastrophic” heat wave with fires scorching thousands of acres of dry lands.
Iran’s Guard claims victory against anti-government protests
Price increases sparked the demonstrations last month. At least 21 people were killed and hundreds have been detained in the largest protests seen in Iran since the disputed 2009 presidential election.
A drug bust was marred by a suicide bombing in Kabul. Was it ISIS, or the ‘mafia’?
Many are skeptical of the militant group's claim of responsibility and think the blast was revenge for an unusually fierce drug raid by police, in which a young man was killed and many others detained. 
A man scooped something from the ground in Stockholm. It exploded in his hand.
Police say that they don't believe terrorism is to blame or that the victims were targeted.
A top BBC editor found out male peers were earning 50 percent more. So she resigned.
BBC’s Carrie Gracie asked to be paid as much as fellow male editors, her bosses refused.
Can these two North Korean ice skaters help bring about a diplomatic thaw?
South Korea hopes Tuesday’s talks about the Winter Olympics will pave the way for warmer relations.
Trump's threats to Pakistan probably won't change much
Despite their strident tone, it's unclear whether Trump's tweets signal a real shift in U.S. policy.
In China, facial recognition is sharp end of a drive for total surveillance
Facial recognition is the new hot tech topic in China. Banks, airports, hotels and even public toilets are all trying to verify people’s identities by analyzing their faces. But the police and security state have been the most enthusiastic about embracing this new technology.
As the eastern U.S. freezes, Sydney bakes at 117 degrees — the hottest in eight decades
Summer in Australia is remarkably hot — so hot that part of a freeway was “melting.”
A top BBC editor found out male peers were earning 50 percent more. So she resigned.
BBC’s Carrie Gracie asked to be paid as much as fellow male editors, her bosses refused.
Trump's threats to Pakistan probably won't change much
Despite their strident tone, it's unclear whether Trump's tweets signal a real shift in U.S. policy.
A man scooped something from the ground in Stockholm. It exploded in his hand.
It's the latest unexplained explosion in the country.
20 groups that advocate boycotting Israel will now be denied entry
In recent years, Israel has ramped up efforts against what it views as delegitimization efforts.
Israel turns the power back on to Gaza, giving residents about six hours’ worth a day
Homes in the Hamas-run strip had been getting only three or four hours a day since the Palestinian Authority stopped paying.
A man scooped something from the ground in Stockholm. It exploded in his hand.
It's the latest unexplained explosion in the country.
20 groups that advocate boycotting Israel will now be denied entry
In recent years, Israel has ramped up efforts against what it views as delegitimization efforts.
A drug bust was marred by a suicide bombing in Kabul. Was it ISIS, or the ‘mafia’?
ISIS claimed the attack, but police point to a more unusual turn of events. 
In Latin America, John Kelly trained for a job serving Trump
Kelly’s final military assignment bridged his late-career transformation from four-star general to field marshal of the White House.
Saudi Arabia arrests 11 princes who protested suspension of government payments 
The arrests of the princes after they staged a sit-in were the latest sign of tensions within the Saudi royal family under Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman. 
Behind Iran’s protests, anger over lost life savings and tightfisted budgets
Fiscal austerity, personal losses and frustration over the economy help drive unrest.
As protests go on, Iranian exiles wrestle with fear, foreboding and coded messages
Government restrictions on online communication can create agonizing waits for loved ones.
Flames and screams after two jetliners collide at Toronto airport
Two jetliners collided at a Toronto airport on Friday, setting a wing on fire and sending dozens of terrified passengers fleeing into the cold. A Boeing 737 landed at Toronto Pearson International Airport shortly after sundown, ferrying 168 WestJet passengers from Cancun. Outside, on an evening of record-setting cold in Toronto, workers were towing an empty Sunwing plane across the […]
Germany’s Angela Merkel once seemed invincible. Now her time may be running out.
A political impasse is weakening the chancellor and generating talk of who will replace her.
When two different types of birds mated, a new species, Big Bird, was born
Scientists studying interbreeding say such swift evolution may not be all that uncommon.
Orthodox church leader pelted with eggs and shoes in Bethlehem
Palestinians are infuriated that Greek Orthodox Church is selling off or leasing tracts of land, in some cases to Israeli or Jewish-owned companies
As ‘Fire and Fury’ is published, Europe openly debates: ‘Is Trump still sane?’
The allegations in the book are deepening many in Europe's grave reservations about the American leader.
This Russian presidential contender has zero chance against Putin. But a man can dream.
Pavel Grudinin, the surprise Communist nominee, could well be runner-up in the March vote.
Iran accuses U.S. of bullying tactics at Security Council meeting called to discuss unrest in Iran
Iranian ambassador lists protest movements in U.S., including Occupy Wall Street, in defense of his nation’s handling of demonstrations.
German nationalist lawmaker gets warning over racist tweet
A nationalist party has given one of its lawmakers a warning over a racist tweet on his account directed against former tennis star Boris Becker’s son.
Prague astronomical clock to be removed for restoration
One of Prague’s major tourist attractions, its medieval astronomical clock, has been stopped and is to be taken away for months for major repairs.
Pope urges efforts to rebuild trust in North Korea, Syria
Pope Francis urged concerted international efforts Monday to rebuild trust on the Korean peninsula and in Syria, using his annual foreign policy address to demand that political leaders put the dignity of their people before war, profit or power.
Restaurant fire kills 5 sleeping workers in southern India
A fire in a restaurant early Monday killed five workers who were sleeping inside the building in the southern Indian city of Bangalore, police said.
India’s top court to re-examine gay rights
India’s top court on Monday said it will re-examine its earlier decision not to strike down a colonial-era law that makes homosexual acts punishable by up to 10 years in prison.
Shots fired at German-Turkish soccer player’s car
Prosecutors say shots were fired at the car of a German-Turkish soccer player on a German highway and they’ve launched an investigation on suspicion of attempted homicide.

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Golden Globes 2018: Three Billboards wins four but Oprah steals the night

Awards season kicked off with Hollywood stars wearing black to honor victims of sexual abuse, while Frances McDormand and Gary Oldman were big winners

Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri took home four awards at the 75th annual Golden Globes but it was the #MeToo movement that led conversation in a politically charged ceremony.

The small-town drama won best motion picture (drama) as well as best screenplay, best supporting actor and best actress (drama) for Frances McDormand, who spoke about the importance of women speaking out against sexual predators.

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India's top court to review colonial-era law criminalising gay sex

Supreme court to re-examine law that activists say is used to blackmail LBGTI Indians and block HIV and Aids initiatives

India may be on the verge of a major victory for gay rights after the country’s supreme court agreed to re-examine a colonial-era law outlawing sex between men.

The court on Monday said it would refer the question of the validity of section 377 of the Indian penal code to a larger bench for examination before October this year.

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Explosion fears as fire rages on stricken oil tanker off China coast

No sign of 32 crew on Iranian-owned Sanchi, which was carrying 136,000 tonnes of light oil when it collided with a cargo ship

An Iranian oil tanker ablaze off the Chinese coast is at risk of exploding or sinking, as officials reported there were no signs of survivors 36 hours after the vessel erupted in flames.

A huge fire was still raging around the stricken ship, which had been carrying 136,000 tonnes of light oil, or about 1m barrels, with fierce heat and thick black smoke billowing from the vessel and the surrounding sea.

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Carrie Gracie says support for BBC pay protest shows hunger for change

China editor gets scores of supportive messages from broadcasters and politicians after quitting over unequal pay

The BBC’s China editor, Carrie Gracie, says the support she has received for resigning in protest over unequal pay demonstrates a hunger for change.

Within hours of posting an open letter to licence fee payers citing a “crisis of trust” at the BBC over men being paid more than women, Gracie has been sent scores of messages of support from a string of prominent broadcasters and politicians.

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Cabinet reshuffle: James Brokenshire resigns as Northern Ireland secretary for health reasons - Politics live

Rolling coverage of the day’s political developments as they happen, including Theresa May’s cabinet reshuffle

And this is from the Times’ Sam Coates.

I’m told there’s “internal pushback” against Chris Grayling to CCHQ. Hence confusion and Teeet deletion

The Chris Grayling announcement may be premature, it has now emerged.

BBC confirming Grayling appointment but advisers saying its speculation and he hasn't been to no10 yet. The Conservatives had tweeted a congrats, though its now disappeared. What is going on!? pic.twitter.com/8GDc0RE4kS

Hold the horses everyone, Grayling still not confirmed - another source has just told me it is Brandon Lewis to Tory HQ - we'll know v soon -

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Macron brings gift of horse called Vesuvius on visit to China

French president is praised by Chinese experts for present of eight-year-old gelding, a ‘symbol of French excellence’

The French president, Emmanuel Macron, has fired the starting pistol on a three-day visit to China by giving his host, Xi Jinping, a horse called Vesuvius.

The eight-year-old gelding recruited from France’s presidential cavalry corps represented “an unprecedented diplomatic gesture”, Reuters quoted the French presidency as saying.

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Steve Bannon: Donald Trump Jr was not 'treasonous' – I meant Paul Manafort

Steve Bannon on Sunday withdrew his allegation that Donald Trump Jr committed treason, as he expressed regret over his role in the controversy around an explosive book about the White House.

Related: Booked! Trump, staffers who cried Wolff and a week of fire and fury

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'Crazy numbers': civilian deaths from airstrikes almost double in a year

British involvement under scrutiny after study identifies 42% rise in number of civilians killed by explosives

More than 15,000 civilians were killed by explosive weapons in 2017, a jump of 42% in a year, according to a global survey seen by the Guardian.

The rise – driven by airstrikes, which killed almost double the number of civilians in 2017 compared with the previous year – coincided with US-led military operations to reclaim the Islamic State strongholds of Mosul, in Iraq, and Raqqa, in Syria.

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UK 'inadvertently helped neuter' Middle East ally the Iraqi Kurds

Ministers told of precise links between Iran and Baghdad-backed Shia militia operating in Iraq, claims former UK and Nato official

Foreign Office ministers inadvertently helped neutralise the Iraqi Kurds, one of Britain’s most effective allies in efforts to limit Iranian influence in the Middle East, a former UK and Nato official has claimed.

The claims, which refer to the weeks in September and October 2017 when the Iraqi government moved against Kurdish militia after an independence referendum, are expected to be raised with the Foreign Office minister Alistair Burt at a parliamentary hearing on Tuesday in which the UK government will be asked to justify its assertion that Baghdad has recaptured disputed Kurd-held territory with “limited clashes and loss of life”.

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Parliament reports 24,000 attempts to access pornographic websites since election

Official data shows 160 requests a day from computers used by MPs, peers and staff between June and October last year

More than 24,000 attempts were made to access pornographic websites in the Houses of Parliament since the general election, according to official data.

The figure of 24,473 attempts represents about 160 requests per day on average from computers and other devices connected to the parliamentary network – which is used by MPs, peers and staff – between June and October last year.

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Everything you’ve ever wanted to know about eczema (but were too busy scratching to ask)

Eczema can be a year-round torment for the 1.6 million adults affected in the UK, but winter causes particular misery. So how can you avoid it – or treat it if you have it?

Winter can be grim: coughs, cold, flu and the general sense of malaise brought on by dark nights, too much food and not enough exercise. And to add to the misery, as the temperature plunges and the heating goes on, normally reliable and trouble-free skin can start to itch, flake and drive a person to distraction. Welcome to the onset of winter eczema. About 1.6 million adults in the UK live with eczema, many since childhood. It can be a year-round torment or flare up in the cold months. A recent Allergy UK survey of adults with eczema found that 88% say it has an impact on their daily lives, 58% say it affects personal relationships and 73% claim that their social life suffers. But despite the scale of the problem, adult eczema remains an underfunded, under-recognised and undertreated condition that can cause profound distress.

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Red carpet highlights from the Golden Globes – in pictures

The 75th annual Golden Globe Awards held at the Beverly Hilton Hotel played host to scores of actors wearing black in support of anti sexual harassment campaigns

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How I fell in love with the Go-Betweens | Pádraig Collins

Seeing the Go-Betweens live for the first time was probably as close as I’ll ever get to a religious experience. Their lyrics still speak to me in middle age

I’m wary when people say a particular band’s music saved their life. It’s not that I don’t believe them, just that I don’t want to imagine circumstances where a person’s wellbeing was beyond, say, human kindness and modern medicine.

The Go-Betweens didn’t make the greatest record ever – that would be Pet Sounds – but they are the thing I adore most beyond, say, human kindness and modern medicine.

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Peter Preston, former Guardian editor, dies aged 79

Preston joined the Guardian in 1963 and was editor from 1975 to 1995, overseeing some of the most dramatic moments in its history

The former editor of the Guardian Peter Preston has died at the age of 79.

Preston, widely regarded as one of the finest journalists of his generation, joined the Guardian in 1963 and was editor between 1975 and 1995, overseeing some of the most dramatic moments in the newspaper’s history.

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Tears, despair and shattered hopes: the families torn apart by Trump's travel ban

As Trump’s ban quietly came into effect last month, US citizens and residents saw loved ones’ approved visas suddenly denied – with no end in sight

Five-year-old Gamila Almansoob has asked the same question for years: “When are we going to daddy?” Each time, the Yemeni girl’s mother gives the same reply: “When we get the paperwork.”

Gamila’s father, Ramy Almansoob, a US citizen, moved to Virginia in 2015 with the hopes that his wife and three daughters could soon follow and escape their war-torn home country. After a lengthy vetting process, the visas were approved on 4 December 2017. That same day, however, the US supreme court ruled that Donald Trump’s travel ban on six Muslim-majority countries, including Yemen, could go into effect.

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Ivanka Trump wants to be the first female US president. Perhaps she already is | Arwa Mahdawi

Michael Wolff’s explosive book about Donald Trump’s White House exposes the ambition of the First Daughter. But with the power she already has, why bother with a tedious election?

Ivanka Trump and Jared Kushner are quite the adorable pair, aren’t they? Their relationship is truly something to aspire to. While other couples spend their evenings eating dinner and watching TV, Javanka, it would appear, bond over intimate strategy sessions where they draw up detailed plans for world domination. According to Michael Wolff’s new book, Fire and Fury: Inside the Trump White House, Ivanka and Jared have their futures all figured out. Wolff writes that the couple have “made an earnest deal” that Ivanka will run for president before Jared. “The first woman president, Ivanka entertained, would not be Hillary Clinton; it would be Ivanka Trump.”

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Meaty, jammy and very Instagrammable: why figs are having a moment
A hit with foodies, wellness fans and social media stars, figs may well steal the avocado’s crown this year. Here’s how to eat them – for breakfast, lunch and dinner

Is it because when pulled open, they look like the mouth of the demogorgon from Stranger Things? Is it because they are slightly sexual to touch? (The legend being that a ripe one feels like a perfect testicle …) Or is it because, like the avocado, the fruit that went before it as one of the most photographed foods on the planet, there’s an element of jeopardy to buying one: you’re never sure that it’s a good ’un until you get inside it?

The fig is having a moment, which may turn into a permanent place in our hearts and on our plates (as well as our social media feeds). But if your experience is of a dried one, gritty and greyish, or wedged into a rather dry fig roll, the fresh fruit is a very different beast.

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Helen Garner’s The First Stone is outdated. But her questions about sexual harassment aren’t | Gay Alcorn

Re-visiting The First Stone in the time of #metoo is to be irritated all over again. But Garner’s uncomfortable truths remain prescient

More than 20 years ago, Helen Garner wrote a book about sexual harassment at the University of Melbourne, the “Ormond College case” as it became known.

To call The First Stone a controversial book is doing it an injustice. It was savage and whiny and journalistically flawed and it was, in Garner’s style, full of self-doubt. It tossed and turned about what was bubbling beneath this campus incident, what it had to say about women, men, sex and power.

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Australia’s Steve Smith puts winning the Ashes in England on his bucket list
Captain celebrates crushing 4-0 series win by looking forward to Australia’s four-Test tour of South Africa in March which will fine-tune side for England next year

One of the Steve Smith’s best attributes as the Australia captain is that he sets clear goals. That winning in England has now entered his self-styled and public “bucket list” isn’t surprising, joining the victory he craves in India come 2021. Presumably holding the World Cup aloft is on there too.

“That’s still a long time away,” Smith added to clarify the point after being named man of the series for his staggering efforts with the bat in the Ashes. “A lot can change between now and then.” But not that much – the return bout in the UK is next year. If his charges are to become the first Australia team to retain the Ashes abroad since 2001, it will be largely with the side who have romped in this 4-0 win.

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Azarenka withdraws from Australian Open amid ongoing custody battle
  • Two-time champion cannot leave California with her son until case resolved
  • Australian and No108 Ajla Tomljanovic will take a wildcard in her place

Two-time champion and former world No1 Victoria Azarenka has withdrawn from the Australian Open.

Azarenka had been in extreme doubt after pulling out of last week’s Auckland Classic amid an ongoing custody battle with her former partner over their son Leo.

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Few will be surprised if the NFC's 'best' teams lose next weekend

It’s probably unfair to say this but Minnesota and Philadelphia simply don’t have the quarterbacks to make a convincing playoff run

Over the last 42 years the regular season’s top teams have gone to the playoffs with an expectation of winning their first postseason game. They often don’t, of course, but the people who set sports betting lines have named the No1 seed as favorites every time in their playoff opener. Never have they wavered on this. Their faith in the higher seed has been automatic. 

But faith never met Nick Foles, the unfortunate replacement for Carson Wentz as the Philadelphia Eagles quarterback in these playoffs. For the first time since the NFL began using team records to set seeding the sports books are picking a No1 seed to lose a first playoff game, naming the Atlanta Falcons as 2.5 point favorites for their divisional round game next Saturday in Philadelphia. 

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Forest, Coventry and Merseyside derby breathe life back into FA Cup | Sean Ingle

Stronger Premier League lineups, teams intent on attack and third-round upsets have helped revive the profile of football’s oldest competition

Anfield, Friday. While Virgil van Dijk humbly celebrates scoring Liverpool’s late winner the TV cameras pan out to capture one of the images of the season: Jürgen Klopp shaking his fists with the jittery frenzy of someone suddenly plugged into the national grid while yards away the Everton assistant manager, Sammy Lee, simultaneously twists his body, shuts his eyes and barks a pained expletive.

The Ricoh Arena, Saturday. The Coventry City defender Jack Grimmer meanders unchallenged towards the Stoke City box, swings his right foot and seems stunned as it evades a stuck-in-the-mud Jack Butland to put the Sky Blues ahead. Then Grimmer’s tongue comes out and he is clowning around with his team-mates and no wonder: Coventry are on their way to humbling a side 56 places higher in the League pyramid.

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FA Cup: talking points from the action in the third round

Mark Robins’ eye-catching Coventry deserve their headlines, Liverpool have a bargain in Andrew Robertson and Wolves are already good enough for top flight

Amid all the hoopla over the departing Mark Hughes, it is right to take a moment to praise Coventry City. They were deserved winners of the third-round tie at the Ricoh Arena, despite giving up the greater number of chances to the visitors. The Sky Blues played with a determination and energy you might expect of a team assuming the David role in a Goliath encounter. But they were also calm on the ball and often quite cute on it, too. Their play was all the more striking, given the starting XI had an average age of 24 (and that is including the 36-year-old midfield warhorse Michael Doyle). Especially eye-catching were the rangy 18-year-old midfielder Tom Bayliss and the full-back Jack Grimmer, whose sweetly hit 25-yard strike decided the game. With a combination of youth-team graduates and free transfer signings, Mark Robins has built a side with a sense of promise about them and some of that was translated on Saturday. Paul MacInnes

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Philippe Coutinho starts new era as Barcelona prepare for life after Iniesta

The Brazilian arrives five months later than they hoped, and for more money, but Barcelona are convinced they did the right thing in getting their man

The day after the summer transfer market closed Barcelona’s sporting director, Albert Soler, and their director of football, Robert Fernández, ran through a PowerPoint presentation, specially prepared for the occasion. They sat in the press room at the Camp Nou but might as well have sat in the dock. As they talked their way through it, player by player, deal by deal, those that happened and those that did not, they sought to justify what some considered the unjustifiable. Barcelona were in crisis and they stood accused. The interrogation was intense, the explanation not always convincing.

Instead it was contradictory, as if they could not always get their story straight. More importantly they had not got their man. Neymar had left for Paris, barely a fortnight after the vice-president, Jordi Mestre, declared himself “200% sure” the Brazilian was staying and they had been unable to stop him. In his place there was no sign of Philippe Coutinho, the man they had so publicly pursued. Everybody demanded that someone take responsibility for a summer that most judged disastrous.

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After Brexit, England will have to rethink its identity | Robert Winder
It was once a byword for calm, but that nation is no more. Instead, England has become jittery and impulsive

The negotiations over Britain’s relations with Europe, the controversy surrounding the border in Ireland and the continuing power of Scottish national sentiment are obliging the English to think harder than usual about who they are and what they want.

For the past three centuries (since the Acts of Union in 1707) their national identity has been so folded into their role as the senior power in the British federation that they are unaccustomed to self-examination. At times condescending, at times complacent, they have rarely needed to question their place in the world. Thanks to Brexit this is changing, and quickly.

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Why I embrace the term Latinx | Ed Morales

Latinx – which arises from inadequacies with labels like ‘Hispanic’ and ‘Latino’ – represents an openness that is increasingly under threat

When I first saw the word Latinx – best described as a gender-neutral term to describe US residents of Latin American descent – in print it seemed strange, alien, and unfit for proper pronunciation. But rather than perceiving it as my enemy, I came to embrace its enticing, futurist charms.

The term Latinx arises from a perceived inadequacies of the labels ‘Hispanic’ and ‘Latino’, which emerged in the civil rights era, around the same time that the term ‘Negro’ gave way to ‘black’, and then ‘African-American’.

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Three Billboards the film of the moment – but Gerwig and Get Out deserved more | Peter Bradshaw

Martin McDonagh’s drama is a timely winner at the Golden Globes, but the best director snub for Lady Bird’s Greta Gerwig still stings

The big question of this year’s Golden Globes was how the Hollywood Foreign Press Association would reflect the issue currently dominating Hollywood: the #MeToo movement. Things hadn’t got off to the greatest start – already before the gongs had been handed out , it had been criticised for failing to include a woman in the best director nomination list.

The event itself though immediately acknowledged the elephant in the living room, and put it centre stage in Seth Meyers’ opening monologue; he conceded the irony of having a man present the show, although pointed out, with some justification, that potential women presenters might be reluctant to associate themselves with the prize-giving establishment just at this moment. And the Globes ended with a rousing speech from Oprah Winfrey, winner of the Cecil B DeMille award for lifetime achievement: a performance which triggered euphoric #Oprah2020 hashtags. She certainly looked like she would turn and make mincemeat of Donald Trump if he tried his sneaking-up-behind routine while she was speaking. The evening was a sea of respectful black, although the assembled throng might well contain quite a few nervy men silently wondering if they really have got away with it, as my colleague Marina Hyde has pointed out.

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The feared other: Peter Dutton's and Australia's pathology around race | Joumanah El Matrah

Dutton wants to persuade us that those who are most disempowered in our society are our greatest threat. It widens the divide between us and them

In David Marr’s book Panic he came to the realisation that he had been writing about panic, Australian panic in particular, all his career. If we are a fearful nation, we are also a compulsive one. We aggressively return to our fears, stoke our hatreds, and obsessively and routinely project everything that is disturbing within us onto others.

Related: Peter Dutton says Victorians scared to go out because of 'African gang violence'

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Fire and Fury? Maybe Donald Trump is only just getting started | Matthew d’Ancona

Michael Wolff’s book contains worrying revelations about the US president, but don’t think it means the ‘very stable genius’ will be ousted

Were I running a modestly sized whelk stall, let alone the White House, the very last person I would allow behind the scenes to observe and report on its secrets would be Michael Wolff.

Please understand: the author of Fire and Fury, the book that has rocked Donald Trump’s presidency, is a brilliant journalist. Having commissioned and edited his work in the past, I can vouch for his terrier-like pursuit of the truth and his diffident charm when handling his subjects.

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Reporter who exposed India data breach named in criminal complaint

Government files complaint after report by Rachna Khaira claimed personal records of 1.2 billion people were on sale for £6

A journalist who broke the story that personal records of 1.2 billion Indians could be purchased online for less than £6 has been named in a criminal complaint filed by the government agency responsible for the data.

Senior Indian journalists and national press associations criticised the complaint against Rachna Khaira as “unfair, unjustified and a direct attack on the freedom of the press”.

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Mahathir Mohamad, 92, to lead Malaysia opposition bid for election victory

Former leader has joined forces with protege-turned-enemy Anwar Ibrahim to oust controversy-dogged PM Najib Razak

Malaysia’s opposition alliance has named former premier Mahathir Mohamad as its prime ministerial candidate for this year’s general election, although the 92-year-old authoritarian faces an uphill task.

With the country’s most popular opposition leader, Anwar Ibrahim, in jail, Mahathir is seen as the biggest threat for premier Najib Razak, who must call an election by August but is engulfed in a corruption scandal.

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Calls for EU to reinstate ban on 'destructive' electric pulse fishing

Campaigners say it causes unnecessary suffering but those in favour of method say it is less damaging than trawling

Groups representing small-scale fishing fleets across Europe have called on the European Union to reinstate a ban on fishing using electrical pulses, which they say is a destructive method.

However, others have called for the technique to continue, saying it causes less disturbance than methods such as trawling the bottom of the seabed.

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Edinburgh University's new vice-chancellor condemned in staff survey

Peter Mathieson failed to uphold academic freedom in Hong Kong post, according to survey

The University of Edinburgh’s new vice-chancellor failed to uphold academic freedom and did not understand the needs of students, according to a survey of staff at his current institution.

Peter Mathieson, a British medical researcher, plans to start as the principal and vice-chancellor at Edinburgh University in February after serving three years in the same position at the University of Hong Kong.

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George Pell accuser dies before cardinal faces child sexual abuse trial

Damian Dignan alleged Pell sexually assaulted him while he was a student in Ballarat East, which Pell denies

A man who publicly accused Australia’s most senior Catholic cardinal, George Pell, of child sexual abuse has died following a long illness.

Damian Dignan, who lived in the Victorian town of Ballarat, made allegations which were strenuously denied by Pell.

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Grenfell inquiry cuts ties with KPMG following complaints

An open letter from MPs and academics had called for the accountancy firm to be dropped over potential conflicts of interest

The Grenfell Tower inquiry has cancelled its contract with auditors KPMG after concerns were raised over potential conflicts of interest.

A statement released on Sunday night said the decision was taken after concerns were raised by “core participants”. The news came hours after the firm was accused of a conflict of interest over its role advising the Grenfell inquiry, although it insisted there was none.

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Stockholm metro station explosion kills one and injures another

Police say man in his 60s died after picking up an object that some reports claim was a hand grenade

One person died and another was slightly hurt after an explosion outside a metro station in a Stockholm suburb, police said.

A man in his 60s died in hospital from his injuries after, according to witnesses, “he picked up an object off the ground which promptly exploded,” Sven-Erik Olsson, a police spokesman, told AFP.

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Israel imposes travel ban on 20 foreign NGOs over boycott movement

British groups War on Want and Palestine Solidarity Campaign among those whose staff are barred from visiting Israel

The prominent British campaign group War on Want has been listed as one of 20 foreign NGOs whose representatives are banned from visiting Israel over their support of the pro-Palestinian boycott, sanctions and divestment (BDS) movement.

The publication of the list, which also includes a well-known Jewish anti-occupation group and a Nobel peace prize-winning US Quaker group, had been threatened for months by Israel.

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Makeup for men: how to wear it

Makeup curious? More men like The Chain’s Kyle De’Volle are refusing to settle for a complexion that’s anything less than camera-ready ...

There’s been a quiet revolution taking place in the world of male grooming. No longer content with bathroom basics such as face wash, moisturiser and eye cream, men are increasingly turning to cosmetics to achieve complexion perfection. In a high definition world where being Instagram-ready is essential, makeup for men is now officially a thing.

Men flirting with foundation is nothing new, of course – everyone from Bowie and Elvis to Green Day’s Billie Joe Armstrong and Johnny Depp (no stranger to eyeliner, in or of out costume) have been snapped in slap. But that’s showbiz – the latest trend has taken off thanks to a new generation of social media personalities who have grown up unburdened by traditional gender stereotypes and who don’t see why their skin should look any less flawless than that of their female counterparts.

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What does fulfilment mean to Parisians?

In new film Downsizing, a man, played by Matt Damon, decides to undertake an irreversible procedure in the hope of affording a better life for his wife and himself. What follows is a personal journey towards finding one’s purpose. Inspired by their quest, we asked the people of Paris what fulfilment means to them

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Where to get a drink for under $20 in Las Vegas

In the deserts of Nevada, there are plenty of watering holes to quench your thirst that won’t leave you out of pocket

Although it may seem as if Las Vegas is all about extravagance – you can pick up a cocktail here for $10,000 should you so wish – there are a vast array of drinking options on offer throughout the city, from dive bars to affordable cocktail establishments to glittering hotels. On or off the Strip, there’s a beverage with your name on it.

Commonwealth
A 558 sq metre (6,000 sq ft) cocktail bar full of prohibition-era personality. It attracts a youngish crowd that come for the reasonably priced drinks (cocktails from $9) and regular dance parties. There’s a rooftop bar with a DJ and views of Fremont Street, and the basement houses a “secret” speakeasy, the Laundry Room, an intimate space that requires booking (by text message only).
525 E. Fremont St

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It’s all about the coffee: how to breakfast like an Italian

A true Italian breakfast is based on freshly brewed coffee, to be enjoyed alongside something sweet and cake-like. Think of cappuccino and cornetto as your starting point, whether at home or in a bar

There’s no way around it: Italians like it short and sweet. No matter whether consumed at the kitchen table or propped up against the counter of a local bar, the quintessential Italian breakfast consists of nothing more than a quick snack laden with sugar and caffeine. I say snack, as it’s certainly not a meal, neither in terms of quantity nor in terms of the amount of time dedicated to it.

And yet, as tiny and swift as it may be, breakfast in Italy remains a ritual – and at the centre of that ritual is coffee. Italians take much pride in their coffee-drinking tradition, and take great care when it comes to brewing their own. Breakfast is no exception: for most, the day can’t start without un buon caffè; many end up having multiple cups throughout their morning, at home and on the move.

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Mountains of the moon: climbing Uganda's highest peak

The remote Rwenzori mountains, on the Uganda/DRC border, offer treks through varied and stunning landscapes, and Africa’s third-highest summit, with none of the crowds found at Kilimanjaro

Claudius Ptolemy, the Greco-Roman mathematician, astronomer and father of geography, called the Rwenzori range the Mountains of the Moon, and I think he got it about right. Starlight beamed down on the convex glaciers surrounding our camp near Uganda’s western border, causing them to glow like resting lunar crescents.

I should have been sleeping the night before my attempt on the Rwenzori’s loftiest peak, 5,109-metre Mount Stanley’s summit, Africa’s third-highest mountain, but altitude headaches kept me awake. I thought back to a similar sleepless night at Kilimanjaro some years earlier. I remembered then feeling sure I would succeed, and when summit day came, I duly trudged along in a torchlight procession to the top, one of 50,000 climbers who attempt Kilimanjaro each year.

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Abducted at nine to be a girl soldier for Kony: 'Now people call me a killer' | Samuel Okiror

A former Lord’s Resistance Army fighter feels marginalised and abandoned, failed by the Ugandan government after broken promises of help and support

When Agnes Acayo escaped from the rebel group who had abducted her at the age of nine, she felt overjoyed to be free and back home at last. She had spent 10 years in captivity as a child soldier and later was forced to marry a member of the Lord’s Resistance Army (LRA) in Uganda.

Now 30, Acayo, like many of her fellow female ex-combatants, is stuck in a cycle of poverty, despite government promises that they would be helped. Acayo, who still has a bullet embedded in her right hand from a battle with Ugandan army troops, lives in a rented mud-grass hut with her three children in Gulu, in the north of the country.

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Peter Preston – a career in pictures

Editor of the Guardian from 1975 to 1995, Peter Preston is widely regarded as one of the finest journalists of his generation

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A Copenhagen killing: the story behind the submarine murder

Peter Madsen was a central figure in Copenhagen’s alternative art and music community. But then he was accused of murdering journalist Kim Wall. Richard Orange reports on the shock waves of the crime

A bearded Icelander in a boiler suit starts pounding the exposed strings of the disembowelled piano in front of him, and the space below deck begins pulsating with distorted, echoing rhythms.

To transform the sound, the man’s plucking and palming is being run through a laptop, an iPad and other electronics by Andreas Wetterberg, a member of Illutron, a floating art collective moored off the Copenhagen peninsula of Refshaleøen. But the piano is just the beginning. “Things are only going to get crazier now that we can play around with rocket engines and all that stuff,” he says of the experimental music scene on this former bridge-laying barge. “There’s a group of us doing stuff with old pulsejet engines – it’s basically a very primitive jet engine – but imagine it being used as a musical instrument: it has a tone to it which is really wild.”

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Where to go on holiday in 2018 – the hotlist

Looking for inspiration for your travels? Browse our 40 fabulous destinations around the world from capitals of culture to palm-fringed beaches, remote wildernesses to a new museum at the Pyramids

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Stone age hunter-gatherers' 'paradise' discovered next to major Israeli road

Archaeologists find hundreds of hand-axes used by early humans over half a million years ago at Jaljulia, north-east of Tel Aviv

Israeli archaeologists have uncovered next to one of the country’s busiest roads the site of an extraordinarily well preserved prehistoric “paradise” used by stone age hunter-gatherers over half a million years ago, who left behind evidence of hundreds of knapped flint hand-axes.

The discovery at about a five-metre depth at Jaljulia, near the town of Kfar Saba, suggests that an extinct species of early human - homo erectus – may have returned to the site repeatedly, perhaps attracted by a water source and abundant game, leaving behind evidence of their primitive stone tools.

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Community leader tortured and killed over land trafficking in Peru

José Napoleón Tarrillo Astonitas murdered for opposing land traffickers seeking to clear land in the Chaparrí Ecological Reserve, say local witnesses

A criminal gang involved in land trafficking has tortured and murdered a community leader in northern Peru, according to his wife and local villagers who witnessed the killing.

José Napoleón Tarrillo Astonitas, 50, was attacked by four men in his home on Saturday night. His wife, Flor Vallejos, told police he was bound by his hands and feet, beaten with a stick and strangled with an electric cable.

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The defenders: recording the deaths of environmental defenders around the world

This year, in collaboration with Global Witness, the Guardian aims to record the deaths of all people killed while protecting land or natural resources. At the current rate, about four defenders will die this week somewhere on the planet

  • Verifying deaths can take some time. This page will next be updated when the first reports of deaths in 2018 are confirmed
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Environmental crusaders risk their lives to save Philippine paradise

A small group of civilian para-enforcers is taking the protection of Palawan’s threatened rainforest from illegal loggers into their own hands

Tata gives hand signals for his men to drop to the rainforest floor as the searing whine of a chainsaw fades, their mission to save a critically endangered piece of paradise in the Philippines suddenly on hold.

Former paramilitary leader Efren “Tata” Balladares has been leading the other flip flop-wearing environmental crusaders up and down the steep mountains of Palawan island for the past 15 hours in the hunt for illegal loggers.

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Battle for the mother land: indigenous people of Colombia fighting for their lands

The 50-year civil war is over but, in the Cauca Valley, indigenous communities are on frontline of fight against drug gangs, riot police and deforestation

In pictures: Colombia’s land battles shatter the peace in Cauca Valley

A green-and-red flag flies over a cluster of bamboo and tarpaulin tents on the frontline of an increasingly deadly struggle for land and the environment in Colombia’s Cauca Valley.

It is the banner for what indigenous activists are calling the “liberation of Mother Earth”, a movement to reclaim ancestral land from sugar plantations, farms and tourist resorts that has gained momentum in the vacuum left by last year’s peace accord between the government and the leftwing guerrillas who once dominated the region – ending, in turn, the world’s longest-running civil war.

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Mary J Blige: 'I went through hell with sexual harassment'

On the red carpet at the Golden Globes, the R&B star told of a history of sexual harassment she faced as a child

Soul and R&B singer Mary J Blige has detailed a history of sexual harassment she faced as a child, in a red carpet interview at the Golden Globes.

After a discussion of the recent wave of sexual harassment that has come to light in Hollywood, Blige was asked if she’d faced struggles of her own. She replied: “I’ve had to fight since I was five years old ... ever since [the ages of] five to 17 I’ve been going through hell with sexual harassment”. She said she hadn’t faced harassment during her time in the music industry, saying that “by the time I got to the music business it was like, ‘Don’t touch me or I’ll kill you’.”

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Moody Blues singer Ray Thomas dies at 76

The musician, who played the flute solo on one of the band’s biggest hits, Nights in White Satin, had suffered from prostate cancer

The Moody Blues star Ray Thomas has died at the age of 76. The flautist and vocalist died suddenly on Thursday, his record label said.

Cherry Red Records and Esoteric Recordings said in a statement: “We are deeply shocked by his passing and will miss his warmth, humour and kindness. It was a privilege to have known and worked with him and our thoughts are with his family and his wife, Lee, at this sad time.”

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Craig McLachlan steps aside from Rocky Horror Show after sexual assault claims

The actor has denied allegations from three cast members over his behaviour while working on the Australian stage version of the film

Craig McLachlan has stepped down from his role in the stage musical Rocky Horror Show in the wake of allegations that he sexually assaulted and bullied female cast members.

The 52-year-old Australian actor has denied accusations from former colleagues Erika Heynatz, Christie Whelan Browne and Angela Scundi, published by the ABC and Fairfax on Monday, that he exposed himself to them or sexually assaulted them during their time performing in the Australian stage version of the cult film in 2014.

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Woody Harrelson: 'I used to have my head up my ass'

Laid-back stoner Woody Harrelson used to see life through a haze of smoke, but since he quit, his career has come into sharp focus. He talks to Martyn Palmer about film, family – and Trump’s mayhem

As a kid growing up in Texas, Woody Harrelson daydreamed about being a cop and, later, some kind of secret agent – like an American James Bond. “I was probably influenced by stuff I’d watched, thinking how glorious it would be,” he says in that unmistakable, slow, Southern drawl. “But, oh my God, that would have been horrible. Can you imagine me protecting President Trump? I’d pin a fricking target on him.”

Harrelson is laughing, but only half joking all the same when we meet at the Venice film festival. He’s full of laid-back bonhomie, wearing eco-friendly hemp chinos, a white T-shirt and a hipster beard. He’s been foregoing the pleasures of weed for some time now, but he remains, essentially, the most affable of dudes; the most right on of Hollywood’s elite; the walking embodiment, indeed, of all things not Trump.

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How to get the best out of exercise
Conflicting theories on how to maximise exercise would stretch anyone to the limit. As New Year fitness plans begin in earnest, here’s a scientific response to some frequently asked questions

You might think it wise to fuel up before a long run or cycle, but the latest research suggests you might be better off ignoring your gut instinct.

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Nigel Slater’s bread and butter recipes

A home-baked loaf that’s quickly made and slathered in a salty flavoured butter is a treat for any night of the week

I bake bread. Not every day, or even every week. I bake when I need to feel dough in my hands or to witness the pure joy of taking a handmade loaf from the oven. The New Year has always felt like a time to bake, to watch the sorcery that happens when yeast and water meet flour and salt, but baking bread in this house is inevitably something for the weekend, when I can be more generous with my time.

Soda bread is especially good toasted and worth making a special butter for

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I’m struggling to find love through online dating | Dear Mariella

Learn to make friends first, Mariella Frostrup advises a woman who wants a mate

The dilemma I am 31, with a successful career, friends, my own home and a close family, but I struggle to find relationships with men. Now the time has come where I want to settle down. I usually meet men online, though never really pass date three – this often being my decision. I find it difficult to “fancy” men I have met online, though I have fancied those I’ve met in real life. Sadly these encounters recently have led no further. I usually find it’s the same reason I end up finishing with men online. They were not confident enough, not willing to take a lead, and I don’t feel sexually attracted to them. I really want a long-term relationship that leads to family life, but I don’t know how to find it.

Mariella replies First, change your criteria. If you’re looking for a long and meaningful relationship instant sexual frisson might need to slip down your priority list. You should never force yourself to endure a physical relationship with someone you don’t fancy, but it can take more than one date for people to reveal themselves. It might be better to pause your rigorous appraisal process and learn to make friends first. If choices about the people we grow to value in our lives were all based on such speedy assessments imagine the number of wonderful characters who might slip our grasp. The same is true when it comes to relationships.

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California's marijuana muddle – video explainer

On 1 January, California became the latest state to permit the sale of recreational marijuana in licensed stores. But three days later, the attorney general issued new guidance calling on states to enforce federal drug laws prohibiting the substance. Despite the confusion, the new shops have been doing brisk business

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'The rats are eating their young': late-night hosts on new Trump book – video

Late-night hosts Stephen Colbert and Jimmy Kimmel turn their attention to the new book Fire and Fury and its explosive claims  from Steve Bannon on Donald Trump Jr 

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Florida gets first snowfall in almost 30 years – video report

Freezing weather and ice have gripped the south-eastern United States, including the traditionally mild Florida and Georgia, while further north plummeting temperatures froze waterways and even parts of waterfalls

 • 'Bomb cyclone': schools close as snowstorms hit US east coast

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'Homelessness caused me pain, stress and anger' – video

When Rafal Senk moved to the UK he found people more accepting of his sexuality than in his native Poland. However, his profound deafness meant he was unable to get the right support from councils and soon became homeless. With the help of one of the charities supported by the Guardian and Observer Christmas appeal , Rafal was able to begin rebuilding his life

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Mush! Training for the the Can-Am dog sled race – in pictures

Marla Brodsky, a professional musher, is building her Alaskan husky dogs’ distance endurance to prepare them for 100- and 250-mile races. They often train in subzero conditions near their home in Northampton, Massachusetts

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Afterparty highlights from the Golden Globes 2018 – in pictures

Winners party with their awards and co-stars following the 75th annual ceremony in Hollywood celebrating the best in US film and TV

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Orthodox Christmas and frozen fishing – the weekend's top photos

The Guardian’s picture editors bring you a selection of photo highlights including Orthodox Christmas around the world and frozen fishing

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Behind the veil: Iranian women cast off their hijabs – in pictures

For her project My Stealthy Freedom, Amsterdam-based photographer Marinka Masséus travelled to Iran, where it is mandatory for women to wear the hijab. The series, in which women defiantly throw their veils in the air, was created in a Tehran apartment with the windows covered in tinfoil to conceal the flash. “I applaud the right for any woman to wear the hijab as she chooses,” says Masséus. “But many Iranian women hate compulsory hijab – they see it as a symbol of oppression.” She was struck by the contrast between the oppressive regime and the independent, modern women she met there. “They all told me the same thing: we have two faces, one for the outside world to stay safe and one for inside.”

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The 20 photographs of the week

New Year’s celebrations, Rohingya refugees in Bangladesh and winter storms in the US - the week’s biggest news stories captured by the world’s best photojournalists

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Martin Rowson on Trump's reaction to Fire and Fury – cartoon
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International No Pants Day – in pictures

Started in 2002 with only seven participants, the day is now marked in over 60 cities around the world. The idea is that passengers board a subway at separate stops in the middle of winter, without wearing trousers

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Macron veut bâtir la confiance avec la Chine
Le président français se pose en interlocuteur privilégié de Pékin.
Après l’euphorie immobilière de 2017, la décrue est amorcée
Century 21 prévoit un ralentissement en 2018. Fin septembre, les notaires recensaient 952 000 ventes sur un an.
Les théories du complot bien implantées au sein de la population française
Ce phénomène est d’autant plus marqué chez les jeunes, révèle une étude de l’IFOP pour la Fondation Jean-Jaurès et l’observatoire Conspiracy Watch.
Golden Globes : les femmes au cœur de la cérémonie
Gary Oldman et Frances McDormand, meilleurs acteur et actrice dramatiques. James Franco et Saoirse Ronan ont été récompensés dans la catégorie comédie.
La mode du « féminisme washing » atteint les entreprises
De plus en plus de grands groupes revendiquent leur engagement en faveur de l’égalité entre hommes et femmes. Mais en interne, la réalité diffère.
Les grandes entreprises du Web veulent défendre la neutralité du Net devant les tribunaux
L’Internet Association, qui réunit une quarantaine d’entreprises, comme Google, Facebook ou Microsoft, a annoncé qu’elle comptait s’associer aux actions en justice visant à défendre ce grand principe.
Le cap des 100 000 demandes d’asile franchi en France en 2017
L’Ofpra, qui accorde la protection de la France aux personnes persécutées dans leur pays, a enregistré 17 % de demandes de plus qu’en 2016
Une journaliste de la BBC démissionne pour protester contre les inégalités salariales au sein de la chaîne
Rédactrice en chef pour la BBC, Carrie Gracie a annoncé sa démission lundi en dénonçant une « culture salariale secrète et illégale » au sein de la télé britannique.
Steve Bannon présente ses excuses pour avoir accusé de « trahison » le fils de Donald Trump
L’ancien conseiller spécial du président avait accusé Donald Trump Jr. de « trahison », selon des propos rapportés dans un livre polémique sur la Maison Blanche.
Impôt sur le revenu : 2018, l’année blanche ?
La retenue à la source, directement sur la fiche de paye, de l’impôt sur le revenu a été repoussée en 2019, mais la mise en place de cette mesure controversée a un impact dès cette année.
Radiohead accuse Lana Del Rey de plagiat
Le groupe de rock anglais estime que la chanteuse américaine a copié leur tube « Creep » dans son nouvel album.
Un agenda social de rentrée très chargé pour tous les acteurs
Deux réunions majeures entre partenaires sociaux ont lieu jeudi et vendredi sur l’assurance-chômage et sur la formation professionnelle.
La chanteuse France Gall est morte
L’interprète de « Résiste », « Il jouait du piano debout » ou « Tout pour la musique », qui a été la muse et l’épouse de Michel Berger, a succombé à un cancer à l’âge de 70 ans.
Orages, inondations, avalanches : neuf départements toujours en vigilance orange
Les risques d’inondation touchent encore une partie importante du nord-est et du sud-ouest de la France. Dans les Alpes, le risque d’avalanche est très élevé.
Ray Thomas, membre fondateur des Moody Blues, est mort
L’artiste, chanteur et flûtiste, s’est éteint dimanche en Angleterre à 76 ans.
Le nucléaire chinois accélère en 2018
La Chine vise le très long terme avec une stratégie inspirée du modèle français dans la perspective, lointaine, d’une raréfaction de l’uranium naturel.
Faits historiques, dates, statistiques... l’homme qui se souvient de tout
Des neuropsychologues américains rapportent le cas d’un homme doté d’hyperthymésie, et qui possède une mémoire phénoménale et un savoir encyclopédique.
Enquête de la « police des polices » après la disparition d’une policière dans la Seine
Les recherches n’ont pas permis de retrouver la policière âgée de 27 ans de la brigade fluviale disparue la veille dans la Seine à Paris. Elle effectuait un exercice de routine.
A la CDU, l’« après-Merkel » n’est plus tabou
Une nouvelle génération de conservateurs allemands, plus à droite, tente de s’affirmer face à la chancelière.
« Pour m’orienter après le bac, je me suis bougée ! »
Juliette, 18 ans, revient sur son refus de suivre les conseils de son entourage et ses recherches pour trouver les études qui lui correspondent vraiment.
Il est comme ça… Guillaume Pepy
Pannes, retards, suppressions de train à répétition… Le PDG de la SNCF doit essuyer une volée de critiques. Au point de s’imaginer prendre l’air.

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Buchhaltung überfordert: Deutsche Bahn zahlt Rechnungen zu spät - Millionenschaden
Bei der Deutschen Bahn haben nicht nur Züge Verspätung. Bei dem Staatskonzern stauten sich nach SPIEGEL-Informationen monatelang Zehntausende Rechnungen. Der Schaden geht in die Millionen.
Drohende Milliardenschäden: Afrikanische Schweinepest kommt näher
Es gibt weder Medikamente noch eine Impfung: Von Osteuropa breitet sich die Afrikanische Schweinepest aus. Bauern warnen vor einem "katastrophalen Szenario", für abgeschossene Wildschweine gibt es Jagdprämien.
Iran: Justiz fordert Höchststrafe für Anführer der Proteste
Wer sind die Organisatoren der Proteste in Iran? Das Regime ist sich selbst nicht sicher. Der Vizechef der Justiz verlangt aber bereits die Todesstrafe.
Tweet über Noah Becker: AfD mahnt Abgeordneten Maier ab
Der umstrittene AfD-Abgeordnete Maier darf in der Partei bleiben - für seinen rassistischen Tweet über Noah Becker wurde er lediglich abgemahnt.
Sondierung von Union und SPD: CDU-Ministerpräsident kritisiert "Grundtonalität"
"Wir reden sehr viel über Geldausgeben": Sachsens CDU-Regierungschef Kretschmer hat sich unzufrieden über die Sondierungen mit der SPD geäußert - bereits nach einem Tag.
Großbritannien: Zehntausende versuchte Porno-Abrufe aus Parlament
Schon wieder Großbritannien, schon wieder schlüpfriges Material bei Politikern: Im Parlament gab es 24.000 Versuche, auf Pornoseiten zuzugreifen. Nach einem Ministerrücktritt will Premier May das Kabinett umbauen.
Splitterbombe: Angeklagter gesteht Anschlag auf BVB-Bus
Im Prozess um den Splitterbombenanschlag auf den Mannschaftsbus von Borussia Dortmund hat der Angeklagte die Tat gestanden. Er bestritt jedoch eine Tötungsabsicht.
Brennender Öltanker vor China: US-Marine sucht vermisste Seeleute
Nach einer Schiffskollision brennt vor Chinas Küste seit Tagen ein Öltanker. Die US-Marine hilft bei der Suche nach mehr als 30 vermissten Seeleuten. Ein Mensch soll tot an Bord gefunden worden sein.
Brief an Parteifreunde: Peter kündigt Rückzug von Grünen-Spitze an
Die Bewerbung einer niedersächsischen Parteifreundin habe sie "bewogen, den Platz frei zu machen": Grünen-Chefin Simone Peter verzichtet auf eine erneute Kandidatur.
Lottospiel in den USA: Zwei Glückspilze gewinnen zusammen mehr als eine Milliarde Dollar
In den USA haben zwei Lottospieler innerhalb weniger Tage jeweils einen riesigen Gewinn abgeräumt. Die gesamte Summe liegt bei mehr als einer Milliarde Dollar.
Kosten der Energiewende: BDI-Chef warnt vor Produktionsverlagerung ins Ausland
Die Energiewende bereitet der deutschen Industrie Unbehagen. Die damit verbundenen Kosten würden die Wettbewerbsfähigkeit gefährden, sagt BDI-Chef Kempf - und warnt vor Produktionsverlagerungen.
Korruptionsprozess in Vietnam: In Berlin entführtem Geschäftsmann droht Todesstrafe
Im Sommer wurde er in Berlin entführt, nun wird Trinh Xuan Thanh in Hanoi der Prozess gemacht. Ihm droht die Todesstrafe. Ausländischen Journalisten wurde der Zutritt zum Gericht verweigert.
Auszeichnung für deutschen Film: NSU-Drama "Aus dem Nichts" gewinnt Golden Globe
In Beverly Hills sind die renommierten Golden Globes verliehen worden. "Lady Bird", "The Handmaid's Tale" und "Big Little Lies" gelten als große Gewinner. Freuen kann sich auch der deutsche Regisseur Fatih Akin.
Schüsse auf Deniz Naki: "Ich bin in der Türkei eine laufende Zielscheibe"
Auf der A4 bei Düren ist ein Fahrzeug beschossen worden, darin saß Deniz Naki. Der frühere Bundesligaprofi - und Kritiker der türkischen Regierung - spricht von einem gezielten politischen Angriff.
Mike Pompeo: CIA-Chef bestreitet Verwicklung in Iran-Proteste
Iran wirft der CIA vor, die Proteste im Land anzufachen. Der Chef des US-Geheimdienstes, Mike Pompeo, hat das zurückgewiesen: Die iranische Bevölkerung selbst habe mit den Demonstrationen begonnen.
"Islamischer Staat": Rückkehr von mehr als hundert Dschihadisten-Kindern erwartet
Deutsche Behörden rechnen laut einem Bericht damit, dass mehr als hundert Kinder von aus Deutschland ausgereisten IS-Anhängern zurückkehren könnten. Die Grünen fordern ein bundesweites Präventionsnetzwerk.
Orbán reagiert auf Schulz: "Wir verdienen mehr Respekt"
SPD-Chef Martin Schulz hatte gefordert, dem ungarischen Ministerpräsidenten "klare Grenzen" aufzuzeigen. Viktor Orbán wehrt sich nun gegen diese Rhetorik und kündigt an: Sein Land werde auch künftig keine Flüchtlinge aufnehmen.
New Yorker Flughafen JFK: Überschwemmung im Terminal vergrößert Flugchaos
Erst sorgten arktische Kälte und ein Wintersturm am New Yorker Flughafen JFK für Verspätungen und Flugausfälle. Jetzt kommt noch eine Überflutung hinzu: In Terminal 4 steht das Wasser teils mehr als sieben Zentimeter hoch.
Sondersitzung in Iran: Parlament debattiert über Protestursachen
Was sind die Ursachen für die Proteste in Iran? Das iranische Parlament versucht, sich Klarheit zu verschaffen. Ex-Präsident Ahmadinejad soll eine Rolle dabei spielen. In Deutschland gab es ebenfalls Demonstrationen.
Türkischer Banker verurteilt: Erdogan droht den USA mit Klage
Das Urteil der US-Justiz gegen einen türkischen Banker empört Präsident Erdogan: Der Name der staatlichen Bank sei beschmutzt worden - wenn nötig, werde er die USA verklagen.
 
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