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  1. 2022/06/30 06:30:24 Business News, Finance News, World, Political & Sports News from The Wall Street Journal - WSJ.com含むアンテナおとなりページ

    The U.S. will make its biggest military expansion in Europe since the Cold War, including its first permanent troop presence in Poland, as NATO prepares for two more members to join the alliance.7625 min read
    Latest: U.S. Blacklists Five Chinese Firms for Allegedly Helping Russia’s Military
    Ukraine War Drives NATO Weaponry Gains
    The Federal Reserve is raising interest rates at an aggressive pace as price pressures hit a 40-year high.2276 min read
    U.S. Stocks Close Little Changed
    What If a Crypto Platform Goes Bankrupt?
    Mark Meadows ended his White House service asking for a pardon, according to testimony that portrayed a man reluctant to intervene to stop former President Trump from stirring up a mob on Jan. 6, 2021.6876 min read
    Former Giuliani Associate Sentenced to Prison in Illegal Donation Scheme
    CEO Stock Sales Raise Questions About Insider Trading
    A WSJ analysis of preset trading plans by company insiders shows that executives benefit when sales happen quickly after the plans’ a

  2. 2022/06/30 05:40:54 Breaking News, Analysis, Politics, Blogs, News Photos, Video, Tech Reviews - TIME.com含むアンテナおとなりページ

    Health
    An FDA Panel Decides It's Time For New COVID-19 Boosters
    Climate
    Planet Earth’s Future Now Rests in the Hands of Big Business
    Ideas
    We're Dangerously Close to Giving Big Tech Control Of Our Thoughts
    R. Kelly Sentenced To 30 Years In Sex Trafficking Case
    June 29, 2022 • 4:15 PM EDT
    Young Voters are Down on Biden. That Doesn't Mean They'll Bail on Democrats in the Midterms
    June 29, 2022 • 4:13 PM EDT
    Trump Would Love the Reality-Show Flair of the Jan. 6 Hearings if He Weren't the Target
    June 29, 2022 • 1:54 PM EDT

  3. 2022/06/30 05:04:40 CNN.com - Breaking News, U.S., World, Weather, Entertainment & Video News含むアンテナおとなりページ

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  4. 2022/06/30 03:41:07 The Independent | News | UK and Worldwide News | Newspaper含むアンテナおとなりページ

    US politics
    Ginni Thomas has ‘serious concerns’ testifying to Jan 6 committee
    Failed Reagan assassin insists he’s an ‘ordinary guy’ in apology
    WHO chief: U.S. abortion ruling 'a setback,' will cost lives
    US politics
    Thom Tillis turned North Carolina red. He also helped pass gun control
    US politics
    What happened to the Roe v Wade ‘night of rage’?
    LiveUS Crime News
    R Kelly faces lengthy prison sentence for sex abuse conviction - live
    Ben & Jerry's Israel business sold; sales to resume
    Texas AG wants to prosecute companies that help women access abortions
    What was R Kelly accused of and how much jail time will he get
    Americas
    Boy Scout, 15, held dying truck driver’s hand after Amtrak derailment
    Americas
    How two trans women set up a secret surgical clinic in a rural barn
    Mick Mulvaney says Hutchinson testimony ‘went very badly’ for Trump
    Americas
    Huge fire breaks out at Jewish summer program Camp Airy’s dining hall
    Home News
    Prince Charles ‘will never again’ accept large donations to chari

  5. 2022/06/30 03:35:55 The New York Times - Breaking News, World News & Multimedia含むアンテナおとなりページ

    Live
    Russia-Ukraine War
    4m ago
    R. Kelly Sentencing
    12m ago
    LIVE
    A More Muscular NATO Emerges, Even as Russia Has the Upper Hand in Ukraine
    The group invited Finland and Sweden to join and adopted a new mission statement aimed at countering Russia. It also called China a strategic “challenge.”
    NATO’s moves mark a fundamental shift from the post-Cold War era, when it saw Russia as a potential ally and did not focus on China at all. Here’s the latest.
    Latest Photos From Ukraine »
    BakhmutTyler Hicks/The New York Times
    IrpinMauricio Lima for The New York Times
    SlovianskTyler Hicks/The New York Times
    Bila KrynytsiaAlexey Furman/Getty Images
    Donetsk regionTyler Hicks/The New York Times
    KyivMauricio Lima for The New York Times
    KharkivLeah Millis/Reuters
    LvivEmile Ducke for The New York Times
    Ukraine announced the largest prisoner exchange yet with Russia, including fighters from Mariupol.
    Jan. 6 Hearings
    Day 6 Takeaways
    Hutchinson Testimony: Key Questions
    Understand the Hearings
    Democracy Chal

  6. 2022/06/29 10:54:06 Times Online | News and Views from The Times and Sunday Times 含むアンテナおとなりページ

    Wednesday June 29 2022
    Wednesday June 29 2022
    Watchdog puts Met in special measures
    Scotland Yard criticised for failures
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    The Metropolitan Police has been put in special measures by the policing watchdog after it highlighted systemic problems including scandals and a failure to log 69,000 crimes. Her Majesty’s Inspectorate of Constabulary and Fire and Rescue Services cited “substantial and persistent concerns” about...The Metropolitan Police has been put in special measures by the policing watchdog after it highlighted systemic problems including scandals and a failure to log 69,000 crimes. Her Majesty’s Inspectorate of Constabulary and Fire and Rescue Services cited “substantial and persistent concerns” about...The Metropolitan Police has been put in special measures by the policing watchdog after it highlighted systemic problems...
    UK NEWS
    New curbs tackle online gambling ‘catastrophe’
    Boris Johnson is poised to announce curbs on online gambling in an effort to stem the “ca

  7. 2022/06/25 03:48:44 Wired News 含むアンテナおとなりページ

    Public Health
    Roe Stood for 49 Years. It Revolutionized Life for Women
    The national right to abortion pushed back the age of childbearing, increased college and workforce participation, and created economically stable families.
    Maryn McKenna
    Public Health
    Pregnancy Has Risks. Without Roe, More People Will Face Them
    Michele Cohen Marill
    Know Your Rights
    A Guide to Abortion Resources in a Post-Roe America
    Lux Alptraum
    How a YouTube Sensation Became a Movie—12 Years Later
    Marah Eakin
    Up Against It Explores Life in the Asteroid Belt
    Geek's Guide to the Galaxy
    Take Your Tunes Anywhere With Our Fave Bluetooth Speakers
    Parker Hall and Jeffrey Van Camp
    Shopify Goes Soul-Searching
    Steven Levy
    The Uncomfortable Comforts of Stranger Things
    Angela Watercutter
    Security
    Google Warns of New Spyware Targeting iOS and Android Users
    The spyware has been used to target people in Italy, Kazakhstan, and Syria, researchers at Google and Lookout have found.
    Lily Hay Newman
    Roe Overturned
    Privacy Police
    The S

  8. 2022/03/08 01:32:08 washingtonpost.com - nation, world, technology and Washington area news and headlines含むアンテナおとなりページ

    Updated forecast: Record 80-degree warmth today amid high winds, strong storms possible late
    By Jason Samenow
    Co-hosts in the D.C. newsroom of Sputnik, a radio station funded by the Russian government, in 2017. (Jonathan Newton/The Post)
    The tiny radio station broadcasting Russian propaganda in D.C.
    It’s one of only five outlets in the United States that air English-language broadcasts of “Radio Sputnik,” produced in Moscow and Washington under the Russian government’s supervision.
    By Paul Farhi
    Prosecutors to argue Va. woman staged a murder-suicide to cover her $400K theft
    By Justin Jouvenal
    The latest mask rules at D.C.-area schools
    By Washington Post Staff
    Known coronavirus cases and deaths per 100,000
    Review
    Tasty 68 in Damascus brings the heat, but you have to ask for it
    The Damascus restaurant specializes in the Sichuan dishes that the chef learned from a master in Chengdu.
    By Tim Carman
    How Jennifer Morris of the Nature Conservancy would spend a perfect day in D.C.
    By Rudi Green

  9. 2021/07/28 21:18:30 Gizmodo, the Gadget Guide含むアンテナおとなりページ

    Headphones
    The World Isn’t Ready for Health-Tracking Earbuds
    The Amazfit Powerbuds Pro delivers great ANC on a budget, but the health features leave a lot to be desired.
    Victoria Song
    Field Guide
    How to Look Better On Video Calls Using Your iPad Pro
    Caitlin McGarry
    Gadgets
    It’s About to Get Harder to Buy a Gaming PC
    Sam Rutherford
    Headphones
    The World Isn’t Ready for Health-Tracking Earbuds
    18 minutes ago
    Health
    Arkansas Reports 33 New Covid-19 Patients Placed on Ventilators in Single Day
    48 minutes ago
    Health
    UK to Drop Covid-19 Quarantine Rules for Vaccinated Tourists From U.S. and EU
    2 hours ago
    Headphones
    The World Isn’t Ready for Health-Tracking Earbuds
    Victoria Song
    Arkansas Reports 33 New Covid-19 Patients Placed on Ventilators in Single Day
    Matt Novak
    UK to Drop Covid-19 Quarantine Rules for Vaccinated Tourists From U.S. and EU
    CDC Will Reportedly Ask Some Vaccinated People to Mask Back Up
    States With the Best (and Worst) Vaccination Rates in the U.S.
    Matt Novak
    Arkansas Report

  10. 2018/08/25 22:39:07 BBC NEWS | News Front Page含むアンテナおとなりページ

    6 minutes ago The police have to eat too6m-14 minutes ago Donald Tusk says EU 'will stand with allies'14mDonald Tusk says EU 'will stand with allies'

  11. 2015/12/02 16:04:50 Engadget含むアンテナおとなりページ

    by Timothy J. Seppala | December 1st 2015 at 2:00am
    by Nick Summers | 18 hours ago
    Wikipedia’s AI can automatically spot bad edits
    by Mariella Moon | @mariella_moon | 37 mins ago
    Wikipedia has a new artificial intelligence service, and it could make the website a lot friendlier to newbie contributors. The AI, called Objective Revision Evaluation Service (ORES), will scour newly submitted revisions to spot any additions that look potentially spammy or trollish. Its creator, the Wikimedia Foundation, says it ”functions like a pair of X-ray specs” (hence the image above) since it highlights anything that seems suspicious; it then sets that particular article aside for human editors to look at more closely. If the Wiki staff decides to pull a revision down, the contributor will get notified -- that’s a lot better than the website’s current practice of deleting submissions without any explanation.
    Read the Full Story
    Via: MIT Technology Review
    Source: Wikimedia
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