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President Trump Delivers Remarks Upon Departure
Trump left a note for his successor, Joe Biden, according to a person familiar with the matter — a modern Inauguration Day tradition for presidents leaving office. The contents of the note weren't immediately clear.
Ex-tax officer dies in murder-suicide
A 66-year-old man stabbed his 60-year-old wife with a 30-centimeter kitchen knife before plunging to his death from their high-rise unit above a Tuen Mun mall.
‘F*ck you. No f*cking way’: Roger Waters shuts down ‘idiot’ Mark Zuckerberg after he asks to use Pink Floyd song
Roger Waters is not mincing words when it comes to whether Mark Zuckerberg can use 'Another Brick in the Wall' to promote Instagram.
A ‘colour revolution’ in Hong Kong or peaceful protests hijacked by radicals?
To represent the movement that brought hundreds of thousands to the streets seeking fairness and justice as an attempt to wrest power from the authorities is to ignore reality. ...
Small Bitcoin Transfers Spike in El Salvador After BTC Adoption
El Salvador, which approved Bitcoin's as legal tender, has seen an unprecedented level of small BTC transfers under $1,000 this year.
Ex-governor pushed Britain to oppose citizenship rules for advisers, judges, papers show
In a newly declassified telegram to Britain’s Foreign Office, then governor David Wilson argued his proposals were ‘important to restoring local confidence in the future of Hong...
Bitcoin rebounds after Elon Musk confirms Tesla may accept it again
Accused again of market manipulation, Bitcoin bounced nearly 10 per cent in value after Elon Musk tweeted Tesla could once again accept it as payment.
China's Bitcoin crackdown targets miners for 'misusing electricity'
Authorities in Yunnan - China's fourth-biggest Bitcoin hub - are targeting cryptocurrency miners and traders for 'misappropriating' electricity.
Two Doses Mostly Prevent Hospitalisation With Delta Variant: UK Body
Scientists said two jabs of the Pfizer/BioNTech vaccine stopped the need for in-patient treatment in 96 percent of cases.
National security due to rev up in schools
A new position has been created to implement national security education in schools.
Hong Kong party hub Lan Kwai Fong primed for a comeback, LKF Group CEO says
‘I don’t think nightlife in Hong Kong is over or anything, because Hong Kong is a place where people work hard and then they play hard,’ says Jonathan Zeman.
Reparations Tied To Specific Events, Like The Tulsa Massacre, Reignite The Push To Address Injustices
Black Freedmen in Tulsa hope the national attention on the Greenwood massacre means that more Americans are willing to reckon with the scale of the country’s sins.
Police detain more than 180 people, seize drugs worth over HK$50 million
More than 223kg of various drugs were found in 153 cases during two-week operation.
Resistance To Digitalizing CX Grows in HK
Lack of understanding is creating a culture of fear and resistance to improving CX using digitalization.
Menswear! Street Style! A Look Back at the Trends From the Last IRL Men’s Shows
The best of street-set menswear trends, from the Before times.
If You Have Venmo, Do This Now: Make Friends Private
Pete Buttigieg, Antony Blinken, and other Biden Cabinet officials were recently exposing their personal information on the payments app. Here's how you can make your account safer.
5.7 Magnitude Earthquake Rocks Southern Philippines
Philippine Institute of Volcanology and Seismology warned of damage and aftershocks from the quake although there were no immediate reports of injuries or damage.
Probe into infamous 1987 murder of British sleuth may reveal links to Murdoch media, ‘institutional police corruption’ – reports
A high-profile probe into the unsolved 1987 axe murder of a British private detective could reportedly link Rupert Murdoch’s media empire to “criminality” involved in the killin...
Bedroom Ideas You Haven't Seen a Million Times Before
From traditional to cutting edge.
Why is Bitcoin booming in Latin America?
El Salvador’s decision to make Bitcoin an official currency is a watershed for crypto - and it’s setting off a chain reaction in Latin America.
Stunning long range goal lights up Euro 2020 as Czech Republic beats Scotland
Have we already seen the best goal of Euro 2020?
Vaccines From Pfizer, AstraZeneca Protect Against Delta Strain
The findings, presented in a research letter published in The Lancet, come as U.K. officials wrestle with whether to delay a lift in pandemic restrictions as the delta variant s...
"Where Is Proof?": Russia's Vladimir Putin Denies Cyberattacks On US
Russian President Vladimir Putin dismissed accusations of cyberattacks against the United States, terming them "farcical" and "unfounded."
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