Daily Archives: June 10, 2018

Robert De Niro launches lazy F-bomb at Trump on live TV, crowd goes way too wild

Actor Robert De Niro used the opportunity of the Tony Award ceremony to fling insults at the US president. Two expletives earned him a standing ovation and a shower of admiration from the liberal crowd. De Niro, a respected Oscar-winning actor, opened his introduction of rocker Bruce Springsteen with a brief quip: “I’m gonna to say one thing. F*ck Trump. ...

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The largest buys of tech’s Big Five: a look at M&A deals

In startup land, the mandate is to get bought, go public or die trying. And, as far as getting bought goes, one of tech’s Big Five could be a desirable acquirer. They have a lot of weight to throw around. Alphabet (the parent company of Google), Amazon, Apple, Facebook and Microsoft account for a titanic amount of market value — close to $ 3.9 trillion at time ...

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‘There’s a special place in hell’ for Trudeau for backstabbing Trump, White House trade adviser says

It’s open season on Justin Trudeau in the Trump administration, with the White House trade council chief launching an attack on the Canadian PM, saying there is a “special place in hell” for anyone who double-crosses his boss. Director of the White House National Trade Council Peter Navarro preached against the Canadian Prime Minister during an interview with Fox News ...

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'Permanent' peace will be discussed at Trump-Kim meeting – KCNA

North Korean state media has confirmed that the leaders of North Korea and the US will focus on ensuring permanent peace and a nuclear-free Korean Peninsula in Singapore. Pyongyang says it hopes for a “new” start with the US. The expected key points on the agenda of the much-anticipated meeting between Kim Jong-un and President Donald Trump were unveiled by ...

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The largest buys of tech’s Big Five: a look at M&A deals

In startup land, the mandate is to get bought, go public or die trying. And, as far as getting bought goes, one of tech’s Big Five could be a desirable acquirer. They have a lot of weight to throw around. Alphabet (the parent company of Google), Amazon, Apple, Facebook and Microsoft account for a titanic amount of market value — close to $ 3.9 trillion at time ...

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Fox host calls Trump & Kim 2 dictators, Twitter erupts

Fox & Friends host and daughter of the US ambassador to Russia, Abby Huntsman, was forced to apologize after she touted the Trump-Kim summit as a “meeting between two dictators” on air. The gaffe caused a storm of ridicule online. Fox & Friends, regularly lauded by Trump for its coverage, including for “exposing the truth,” ran footage showing him landing in ...

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Microsoft announces ‘Halo Infinite’

There were some rumblings that Microsoft might announce a new Halo title at this year’s E3 — and really, what would an Xbox event be without some nod to the perennial favorite sci-fi first-person shooter series? The company didn’t mess around this time. Before Xbox head Phil Spencer even took the stage, the company offered up a brief teaser for ...

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West supported terrorists & is in no position to assign guilty party in Syria – Assad

The US, the UK and France have supported terrorists in Syria and are responsible for the bloodshed in the country, Syrian President Bashar Assad said in responce to Western claims that he has been attacking his own people. “It doesn’t even hold together – this narrative,” Assad told Mail on Sunday, talking about the accusations that he was behind the ...

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US fighter jet crashes into sea in Japan – reports

Published time: 10 Jun, 2018 23:27 Edited time: 10 Jun, 2018 23:58 A US F-15 fighter jet has crashed into the sea near the Japanese island of Okinawa, Reuters reports, citing local media. Okinawa houses a controversial American military presence, which has been the subject of numerous protests. Two pilots ejected from the fighter jet, according to Japanese news agency ...

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Benghazi before and after NATO intervention: Young man’s photos highlight devastation in Libya

Before and after images are good for promoting healthy eating, but they have a dramatically different effect when it comes to war-torn countries, as proven by a Libyan man who took photos of himself in Benghazi in 2000 and 2018. His photos posted on Twitter show the same locations in Benghazi after 18 years. Where there were once tall buildings ...

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