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TikTok stars who made more money than many of America’s top CEOs
Median pay for chief executives of S&P 500 companies was $13.4 million in 2020
Investigation into online platforms finds 'foul trove of racial hatred'
The Centre for Analysis of the Radical Right, which carried out the research, said: "It makes you wonder what the point of moderation is when some of these obvious, overt and in some cases violence-inciting accounts can go literally year...
‘Worse than the Civil war’: how fixation on Capitol riot makes America ignore its other major problem
Disparate reactions to left-wing protesters at the DOI versus the ones at the US Capitol show how biased the mainstream media truly is.
Russia envoy to nuclear deal talks discusses developments with Saudi ambassador
Russia's envoy to talks aimed at reviving the nuclear deal in Vienna met with the Saudi ambassador to Austria on Thursday.
If chivalry isn’t already dead, knighting Tony Blair should kill it once and for all
Never has honouring a former British prime minister elicited such an outpouring of scorn and outrage from the British public. Giving a gong to this warmonger could well mark the beginning of the end for the UK honours system.
US Revives Lawsuit Against Pfizer, AstraZeneca Over Iraq Terror Funding
The US court plaintiffs contend that the terrorist group Jaysh al-Mahdi controlled Iraq's health ministry and that 21 defendant medical companies, including AstraZeneca and Pfizer, made corrupt payments to obtain medical-supply contracts.
UK PM Johnson warns Iran: time is running out for nuclear deal
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson warned Iran on Tuesday that time was running out to salvage a 2015 nuclear accord with major powers.
Tony Blair: Petition to block knighthood tops 600,000 signatures
More than 600,000 people have signed a petition calling for former Prime Minister Sir Tony Blair to have his knighthood removed.
Twitter Permanently Suspends Republican congresswoman Marjorie Taylor Greene’s Account
The social media service said the Republican congresswoman had violated its policy on coronavirus misinformation.
What Is the Point of Boris Johnson?
Two years after his historic general-election win, the most radical British prime minister since Margaret Thatcher is scandal-plagued, unpopular, and adrift.
New year honours feature Covid experts with Chris Whitty knighted
Leading figures of science and medicine during the coronavirus pandemic have been feted in the Queen’s new year honours list, including the chief medical officer for England, Prof Chris Whitty, who is to receive a knighthood for his role...
Meta appealing UK ruling ordering it to sell Giphy
Facebook owner says British watchdog's 'decision to block the deal is wrong on the law and the facts'
Dwayne Johnson reflects on his record-breaking year
Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson has plenty of reasons to toast 2021 with some Teremana.
HK to put UK travelers in isolation camp as Omicron rips
Travelers to Hong Kong arriving from the United Kingdom will be required to quarantine initially in a government-run isolation facility from December 21, joining 12 African nations and the United States on the Chinese city’s strictest en...
Christmas flights canceled and new curbs amid Omicron spread
Millions of people are facing travel disruption and increased Covid restrictions over Christmas, as the surging Omicron variant sees safety curbs tightened and flights canceled, BBC reports.
In-form Saudi amateur Faisal Salhab ready to face world’s best golfers at 2022 Saudi International
Following his triumph at the Saudi Open earlier this month and the Arab Golf Championship in Cairo yesterday, Saudi Arabia’s amateur golfer Faisal Salhab is looking forward to taking part in the 2022 Saudi International powered by Softba...
Players with Saudi releases have to decide if it's worth it
The PGA Tour is giving conditional releases to more than two dozen of its members who have signed up to play the Saudi International.
Comments on "Human Intelligence in a Digital Age" - A brilliant Speech by MI6 Chief Richard Moore, and the elephants neglected in the room
Justified compliments about Mr. Moore's speech have been spread extensively and appropriately in the pages of many newspapers, but I would like to remark on precisely what I think was missing in the speech. Missing, not necessarily becau...
UK-Israel deal reflects Britain’s ambitions in the Middle East
In an effort to increase its post-Brexit geopolitical clout, London is strengthening its relations with states accused of gross human abuses.
Kingdom’s top golfers count down to $5m Saudi International
Saudi Arabia’s top golfers gathered Wednesday to mark the 50-day countdown to the return of the Saudi International powered by SoftBank Investment Advisers, with tickets for the $5 million tournament set to go on sale to the public on Th...
Oil Dips After Swing on U.K. Omicron Death, Saudi Demand Reassurance
Crude prices fell as much as 1% on Monday after swinging on reports of U.K.’s first death from the Omicron variant of Covid and Saudi Energy Minister Abdulaziz bin Salman’s bid to instill confidence in demand for oil.
Instagram influencer received 'hundreds' of obscene photos
A social media influencer said she had been the victim of cyber-flashing for the past 10 years.
An AI Debates Its Own Ethics At Oxford Union - What It Said Was Startling
Former Google CEO Eric Schmidt combined with Henry Kissinger to publish The Age of AI: And Our Human Future, a book warning of the dangers of machine-learning AI systems so fast they could react to hypersonic missiles by firing nuclear w...
UK, Canada Join Diplomatic Boycott Of Beijing Winter Games
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said Beijing would be aware of long-standing Western concerns about human rights in China.
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