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Major Progressive Group Endorses Cynthia Nixon For New York Governor

Nixon, an actress and longtime education activist, received 91.5 percent of the vote at a meeting of the party committee in Albany. The move is a blow to New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo that sets the stage for one of the highest-stakes Democratic primaries since the 2016 contest between former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.). Nixon’s left-wing challenge to ...

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The Italy-Israel Artichoke War

ROMENothing says Jewish-Roman cuisine like carciofi alla giudia, or artichokes prepared in the Jewish style. Theyre a their favorite delectable green orb. On a rainy Monday lunch time along the Via Portico dOttavia that slices through the heart of Jewish Rome, no one had removed their artichoke shrines or scratched the item off the menu. A waiter at the Antico ...

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Ryan Poised to Earn Millions Even If He Sheds Weekend Dad Role

GOP House Speaker should have his pick of boardroom roles ’Mr. Middle America’ won’t comment on plan after he steps down joined the advisory board for U.S. cannabis producer Acreage Holdings and is already serving on the board of Arizona Mining Inc. and the advisory board to JBS USA, the American arm of a Brazilian food giant. That’s in addition ...

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Politicians not invited to royal wedding

Amelia Thompson, from Dronfield Woodhouse, near Sheffield, was left traumatised after witnessing the bomb blow up after the Ariana Grande concert in May 2017. She also damaged her vocal chords from screaming in horror. Image copyright PA Image caption Reuben Litherland’s mother Jacinta said her son deserved the invitation as he does all the work for deaf-friendly cinema screenings himself ...

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Grindr hit with privacy complaint in Europe over sharing user data

The Norwegian Consumer Council has filed a privacy complaint about Grindr, arguing it’s in breach of national and European data protection laws after it  personal information about its users with third parties. As we reported earlier, Norwegian research outfit SINTEF analyzed the app’s traffic and found that — if set — a user’s HIV status is included in packets sent to two ...

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Groups Allege YouTube Is Violating Law That Protects Kids

A coalition of more than 20 child-health, privacy, and consumer groups is asking the Federal Trade Commission to investigate whether YouTube is violating a federal law designed to protect children on the internet. The groups are expected to file a complaint with the FTC on Monday. The relevant federal law, the Children's Online Privacy Protection Act, or COPPA, requires website ...

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Teens need Saturday jobs, says minister

“It’s about people understanding what a boss wants and what you want out of a job.” Fewer teenagers have part-time jobs My Saturday job started my career Image copyright Marie-Therese Brown Image caption Marie-Therese, 16, balances working in a pub with her schoolwork Marie-Therese, Oxford: “As a 16-year-old I have been working as a food runner in an upscale pub ...

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