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What does Julian Assange's new indictment mean for journalists?

A new batch of charges against WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange has alarmed free speech advocates who say it threatens to criminalize legitimate journalistic practices.

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Fierce divide as Botswana lifts hunting ban

Many conservationists on Thursday reacted with anger over Botswana's decision to lift its blanket ban on hunting, describing it as

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Bank of Canada done raising rates, 40% chance of cut by end-2020: Reuters poll

By Mumal Rathore BENGALURU (Reuters) - The Bank of Canada is done raising interest rates until at least the end

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U.S. Proposes Tariffs on Nations With Undervalued Currencies

(Bloomberg) -- The Trump administration is proposing tariffs on goods from countries found to have undervalued currencies, in a move

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Gus Johnson With the Snapchat Baby Filter is Truly Incredible

Snapchat, debuted a new photo filter earlier this month that transforms you, me, and everyone we know into toddlers. And since its inception, it has been THE talk of social media. And that's not stopping any time soon. Thus far, ESPN's Stephen A. Smith and TNT's Shaquille O'Neal and Charles Barkley have had their baby-ized mugs go viral. And now, FOX Sports' College Football Twitter team recently posted a collage of their hosts and analysts turned into tykes. It features names like Joel Klatt,...

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Kylie Jenner: Jordyn Woods 'f***ed up' with cheating scandal

Kylie Jenner says Jordyn Woods "f***ed up" when she allegedly kissed Khloe Kardashian's then-boyfriend Tristan Thompson.

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U.S. State Department misses deadline to explain Iran arms control report: aide

By Arshad Mohammed and Jonathan Landay WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The U.S. State Department failed to meet a deadline on Thursday

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U.S. considers duties on countries that undervalue currency - Commerce Department

By David Lawder and Makini Brice WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The U.S. Commerce Department said on Thursday it was proposing a

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Japan's April core consumer inflation ticks up, BOJ's price goal stays distant

By Leika Kihara TOKYO (Reuters) - Japan's core consumer prices rose 0.9 % in April from a year earlier, accelerating

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Local favourite Spieth one back of leader Finau at Colonial

(Reuters) - Local favourite Jordan Spieth, who showed a return to form at last week's PGA Championship, birdied his final

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Maduro says U.S. seeks to destroy Venezuela state-backed food program

CARACAS (Reuters) - Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro on Thursday accused the United States of seeking to destroy a food aid

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'Jeopardy!' contestant James Holzhauer is $9K shy of $2 million

"Jepoardy!" contestant James Holzhauer was close to the $2 million mark, but alas, it wasn't enough. His total winnings are now $1,991,135. He won his 26th game with $52,108, but only after he went into Final Jeopardy with just $5,400 separating him from his challenger.

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HPE Outlook for Trade Tension Damps Optimism on Profit Forecast

(Bloomberg) -- Hewlett Packard Enterprise Co., a maker of server computers, raised its profit forecast for the year on deeper

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Morgan Creek CEO Says Every Investor Should Hold Some Bitcoin

CEO of Morgan Creek Capital Mark Yusko says bitcoin (BTC) should be in every investor’s portfolio in an interview with CNBC on May 22.

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Kevin Durant and LeBron James Were Absolutely Voted Onto the Wrong All-NBA Teams

Basketball Twitter's annual tradition of bashing the All-NBA teams is once again going down all around us. This year, there is some REALLY egregious mistakes, most noticeably surrounding the two best players in the league. The 2019 All-NBA First Team had two noticeable exclusions: Kevin Durant, who made the second team, and LeBron James, relegated to the third team. And we need to talk about that for a moment. NBA All-NBA: First team: Stephen Curry, James Harden, Giannis Antetokounmpo, Nikola...

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Warriors G Thompson misses out on supermax contract

Golden State Warriors guard Klay Thompson wasn't selected to an all-NBA team, making him ineligible to sign a five-year, $221

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Man says an intruder broke into his house, cleaned it and left

A Boston area man came home from work with his son to find something amiss.

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2020 trend: Big cities keep getting bigger

We are increasingly a country of cities. Big cities.

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The Market Winners and Losers From India's Elections

(Bloomberg) -- A decisive mandate for India’s ruling coalition and a second term for Prime Minister Narendra Modi has assured

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Crypto Markets Turning Green, Oil Prices Tumble

Thursday, May 23 — Cryptocurrency markets are starting to move upward, having overcome the drop in the beginning of the day, according to Cointelegraph’s Coin360.

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Tottenham fire: Dramatic warehouse blaze enters day two as flames spread to second building

The battle to bring a dramatic warehouse blaze under control has entered its second day after it spread to a

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Tom Jones, Mariah Carey amp up the glamour at Cannes fundraiser

By Sarah White and Johnny Cotton CAP D'ANTIBES, France (Reuters) - From Pamela Anderson to Dua Lipa, the great and

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Colombia gets mixed ratings outlooks from Moody's and Fitch

BOGOTA (Reuters) - Colombia received mixed messages from ratings agencies on Thursday, with Moody's revising the country's sovereign outlook to

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AFP part of alliance to combat fake news in Argentina election

AFP and Argentine fact-checker Chequeado are among 85 media outlets and organizations to launch Reverso, the largest global alliance against

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The kids aren't alright - Japan struggles to protect its most vulnerable children

By Chang-Ran Kim TOKYO (Reuters) - Miwa Moriya was 6 when social workers told her she was going to a

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