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EW.com

All the Money in the World nabs 3 Golden Globe nods after Christopher Plummer swap
EW.com
Ridley Scott's gamble appears to be paying off. After faster-than-fast reshoots over Thanksgiving to replace Kevin Spacey — after the actor was accused of sexual misconduct by multiple men — with Christopher Plummer in All the Money in the World, the ...

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CNN

When kids get their first cell phones around the world
CNN
"We intend to give Sophia a flip phone next year so that she can call us and make plans with friends after school more easily, but we will hold off on the smartphone until high school," she said. As in most developed countries, Zaske said, many German ...

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CBC.ca

New York Port Authority attack: Man held after Manhattan blast
BBC News
A man is being held after an attempted terror attack at New York City's main bus terminal, officials say. "Terrorists won't win," Mayor Bill de Blasio said after a blast at the Port Authority terminal in Manhattan during the morning rush hour on Monday ...
Arrest made as NYC police investigate explosion in midtown ManhattanCBC.ca

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BBC News

Uruguay hosts world's biggest barbecue beating Argentina
BBC News
The small city of Minas in Uruguay has set a new Guinness world record by hosting the largest barbecue ever. Almost 200 cooks used 60 tonnes of wood to fire up their gigantic barbecue on which they grilled 16.5 tonnes of raw meat for a total of 14 ...

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TechCrunch

Apple let a knockoff version of one of the world's biggest crypto wallets into the App Store
TechCrunch
An app masquerading as MyEtherWallet.com, one of the internet's most popular services for storing ETH and other crypto coins, has made its way to the top of the iOS App Store charts. The app rose to the number three spot in Finance category of the App ...

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Los Angeles Times

Ansel Elgort, 'All the Money in the World' lead 2018 Golden Globe nomination surprises
Los Angeles Times
Every award nominations morning, a number of surprises rise to the top of the pool. Below are some of the more interesting nods from Monday's Golden Globes announcement: “All the Money in the World”. The Ridley Scott-directed picture took home three ...

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FIFA.com

Gareca: I want Peru to boss matches at the World Cup
FIFA.com
Football is a funny game. Players can be hailed as heroes in the blink of an eye if they score a crucial goal, but heroes can just as quickly become villains if they change teams. And vice versa. Argentinian Ricardo Gareca has experienced just such a ...



PBS NewsHour

Muslim world protests Trump's formal recognition of Israeli capital
PBS NewsHour
New protests broke out across the Muslim world on Saturday, as tens of thousands of demonstrators took to the streets over President Donald Trump's decision last week to formally recognize Jerusalem as the capital of Israel. The move has drawn ...
Europe tells Netanyahu it rejects Trump's Jerusalem moveThe Guardian
The World's Largest Muslim Country Is Protesting President Trump's Recognition of JerusalemTIME
EU's Federica Mogherini rebuffs Netanyahu on JerusalemBBC News

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Daily Beast

Nobel Peace Prize winners warn the world is 'one tantrum away' from nuclear crisis
Business Insider
The world is "one tiny tantrum away" from a nuclear crisis, the International Campaign to Abolish Nuclear Weapons said on Sunday as it accepted the Nobel Peace Prize. "We have a choice, the end of nuclear weapons or the end of us," the group's ...
Nobel Peace Prize winner Ican warns nuclear war 'a tantrum away'BBC News
World Is One 'Tantrum Away' From Nuclear War, ICAN WarnsDaily Beast
Nuclear annihilation 'one tantrum away', Nobel peace prize winner warnsThe Guardian
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Wall Street Journal

Mobile-Wireless Market Might Be Our Post Net-Neutrality World
Wall Street Journal
WASHINGTON—With the rules governing internet services set to be rolled back this week, service providers and their detractors are envisioning new models that could translate into a wider range of fees—both lower and higher. The current rules ...

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