Dow Surges 160 Points as Trump Savages ‘Stupid’ Paul Krugman
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Dow Surges 160 Points as Trump Savages ‘Stupid’ Paul Krugman

The Dow surged 160 points on Tuesday, pushing the stock market toward record highs. Donald Trump took a victory lap, slamming "stupid" Paul Krugman. | Source: Shutterstock/AFP. Image…

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Bitcoin Sextortion: Kansas Police Warn of Bizarre Crypto Scam
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Bitcoin Sextortion: Kansas Police Warn of Bizarre Crypto Scam

Police in the tiny Kansas town of Norton have warned residents about a bizarre Bitcoin sextortion scam that targets people with secret porn habits. | Source: ShutterstockBitcoin Sextortion:…

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China throws a revealing party for the anniversary of its navy
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China throws a revealing party for the anniversary of its navy

AS MILITARY PAGEANTS go, multinational parades of warships deliver quite a complex message. Over a dozen countriesranging from friends to overt rivalssent naval vessels to the eastern Chinese…

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Congress fails to claw back the right to wage war
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Congress fails to claw back the right to wage war

WERE THE founding fathers to return, suggested Michael Beschloss, a historian, in last years Presidents of War, they would be thunderstruck to discover how the power to kick…

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How to become the next British prime minister
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How to become the next British prime minister

ADVISERS HAVE been hired, funds raised and sweeping speeches made. The Daily Telegraph, the house journal of Conservatism, features a buffet of op-eds by ambitious Tory MPs. Theresa…

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Was it legitimate to add a citizenship question to the 2020 census?
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Was it legitimate to add a citizenship question to the 2020 census?

ON APRIL 23rd, almost a year after they heard arguments about a ban on travel from mostly Muslim countries, the justices will review a challenge to another Trump…

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Is the world economy still slowbalising?
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Is the world economy still slowbalising?

PROTONS POP up in every atom. Proton cars are not quite so ubiquitous. Founded in 1983 by Malaysias government, the Proton company strove to build a truly national…

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On Saint George’s Day, Catalans lust for literature
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On Saint George’s Day, Catalans lust for literature

CARE SANTOS begins every Diada de Sant Jordi (Saint Georges Day) the same way: by inscribing a copy of her latest book, and leaving it in a public…

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The risks to migrants of crossing the English Channel
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The risks to migrants of crossing the English Channel

STAND ON Britains southern shore, looking towards France, and your gaze will settle upon the worlds busiest shipping lane. Over 600 cargo ships pass through the English Channel…

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The blame game begins after Sri Lanka bombings
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The blame game begins after Sri Lanka bombings

IN THE AFTERMATH of a co-ordinated series of terrorist suicide-bombings in churches and hotels in Sri Lanka on Easter Sunday that left nearly 300 people dead, attention has…

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Ukraine elects Volodymyr Zelensky, TV star and political neophyte
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Ukraine elects Volodymyr Zelensky, TV star and political neophyte

WITH DANCE music blaring, drinks flowing, and ping-pong balls flying about, Volodymyr Zelenskys election-day headquarters in Kiev felt like a nightclub. Mr Zelensky (pictured) had reason to party:…

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American millennials think they will be rich
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American millennials think they will be rich

MORE THAN half of American millennials, the generation of people born between 1981 and 1996, believe that they will one day be millionaires; one in five think they…

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Tesla Stock: Robotaxis Won’t Rescue Musk as Earnings ‘Disaster’ Looms
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Tesla Stock: Robotaxis Won’t Rescue Musk as Earnings ‘Disaster’ Looms

Tesla stock faces a reckoning when the company reports earnings this week. Robotaxis won't rescue Elon Musk from the looming "disaster." | Source: AP Photo/Kiichiro SatoTesla Stock: Robotaxis…

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Charlie Lee Slams ‘Silly’ Investors for Not Holding Onto Litecoin
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Charlie Lee Slams ‘Silly’ Investors for Not Holding Onto Litecoin

The Litecoin creator continues to defend his decision to sell all of his LTC. | Source: FlickrCharlie Lee Slams ‘Silly’ Investors for Not Holding Onto Litecoin Gerelyn Terzo…

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Stock Market Will Plunge 25% if Joe Biden Vanquishes Trump: Trader
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Stock Market Will Plunge 25% if Joe Biden Vanquishes Trump: Trader

If Joe Biden defeats Donald Trump in the 2020 election, the S&P 500 and broader stock market could plunge 25% or more, warns retired trader Candy Matheson. |…

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Crypto Industry Matures as Bitcoin Exchange Reopens After $60 Million Hack
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Crypto Industry Matures as Bitcoin Exchange Reopens After $60 Million Hack

Hacked Japanese crypto exchange Zaif is making a comeback, complete with reimbursement for customer losses. | Source: ShutterstockCrypto Industry Matures as Bitcoin Exchange Reopens After $60 Million Hack…

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