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Twitter rolls out Hide Replies feature globally

The option to hide replies that may be offensive, hateful or racist in nature has rolled out globally on iOS, Android, Twitter Lite and twitter.com, the...


Tesla unveils electric pickup truck, futuristic design ignites controversy

Tesla Inc on Thursday unveiled its first electric pickup truck that looked like a futuristic angular armored vehicle in gunmetal gray, as the California company...


California HS shooter used untraceable 'ghost gun,' sheriff says

The 16-year-old boy who shot five classmates on Nov. 14 before turning the weapon on himself at Saugus High School in Santa Clarita, Calif. used an...


E. coli outbreak sickens 17 people; 75K pounds of packaged salad sold at Target, Walmart, other stores recalled

More than 75,000 pounds of salad products sold at retailers including Target and Walmart has been recalled because of possible E. coli contamination.


Ex-Baltimore Mayor Pleads Guilty To Federal Fraud Charges

Ex-Baltimore Mayor Pleads Guilty To Federal Fraud ChargesWatch Video Former Baltimore Mayor Catherine Pugh has pleaded guilty to several federal charges stemming from a book deal scheme that led to her...


Trump Signs Short-Term Spending Bill, Averting Shutdown

Watch Video President Donald Trump has signed a a short-term spending bill, averting a government shutdown and giving lawmakers more time to wrap up over...


Detroit man 'baited' police by waiting in basement before shooting that killed officer, chief says

Detroit police chief James Craig said a 16-year veteran of the force was fatally shot yesterday by a suspect who “clearly” had some type of training and was...


Extinction Rebellion co-founder apologises for 'downplaying the Holocaust'

In an interview with German newspaper Die Zeit, Roger Hallam said the Holocaust was "almost a normal event" in an attempt to draw attention to the dire effects...


Defiant Benjamin Netanyahu vows to remain Israel's leader despite corruption charges

Benjamin Netanyahu has rejected all allegations of graft and has vowed to stay on as leader in Israel despite being indicted on a series of corruption charges.


McDonald's workers sue over 'daily risk of violence' from customers

Current and former workers from 13 US restaurants are suing McDonald's for failing to adequately protect employees from customers who become violent.


'Powerful moment' as US House passes Hong Kong human rights bills

Bills to support protesters in Hong Kong and warn China over human rights have been passed by the US House of Representatives.


Benny Gantz unable to form government as Israel eyes fresh elections

For the first time in Israeli history, neither of the major parties have succeeded in putting together a governing coalition.


Former UK consulate worker 'tortured by China over Hong Kong protests'

A former worker at the British Consulate in Hong Kong says he was beaten, deprived of sleep and chained by Chinese police and agents, claims which China denies.


Britain's Prince Andrew to step down from royal duties

Prince Andrew has asked his mother, The Queen, for permission to step down from public duties.


Son of former German president stabbed to death in Berlin

Fritz von Weizsaecker was stabbed to death while he was giving a lecture at a hospital in Berlin where he worked as a head physician.


WA research reveals plastic's impact on gentle giants of the ocean

Reef manta rays and whale sharks are ingesting thousands of plastic pieces from broken-down carrier bags and single-use packaging every day, a new Perth-led...


UK Conservatives slammed for 'factcheckUK' Twitter handle switch

Britain's Conservatives provoked criticism on Tuesday after temporarily renaming its Twitter account "factcheckUK" during the live TV debate between Prime...


US Senate unanimously passes Hong Kong human rights bill

The US Senate has passed legislation aimed at protecting the human rights of Hong Kong's pro-democracy protesters.


'Absolutely not': Johnson says nothing to hide in Russia report

Asked why he was refusing to release the report handed in on October 17, Johnson insisted that doing so would have been in breach of "normal procedures".


Macarthur Minerals attracts pre-listing buy recommendation and 6-month price target of 43 cents

Macarthur Minerals Limited (CVE:MMS) (ASX:MIO proposed) has attracted strong interest in its proposal to list on the ASX and this is supported by a buy...

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