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Wednesday, Sep 22, 2021
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Lizzo Confirms the Logo Barrette Is This Year’s Must-Have Hair Accessory
Lizzo took to Instagram to show off a crown of Bantu knots finished with a Gucci barrette.
Boris Johnson says dealing with Joe Biden is ‘a breath of fresh air’
British prime minister Boris Johnson says working with President Joe Biden has been "a breath of fresh air," particularly on the issue of climate change.
Mother of all lawsuits quietly filed last month vs Facebook in Delaware
Zuckerberg, Sandberg, CFO, board inc Peter Thiel and Palantir are defendants - it's a result of sealed docs between FB execs and board.
Don’t buy Chinese phones, throw them away if you already have, Lithuania’s regulator says
Flagship Xiaomi phones sold in Europe can detect and censor terms such as ‘Free Tibet’ and ‘Long live Taiwan independence’, says the state cybersecurity body. The capability in ...
Staff orders news media to leave The White House as UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson speaks mid-sentence
COVID-19 vaccine skeptic Bolsonaro gets a pass at U.N. but not New York restaurants
Unvaccinated heads of state attending the United Nation General Assembly this week may have to settle for a piece of pizza on a sidewalk instead of fine dining at New York's res...
Covid ‘high alert’ warning as more than 100,000 pupils in England miss school
Headteachers’ leader says government must be ready to act amid big rise in numbers absent
AMC Is Looking Into Accepting Dogecoin Along With Other Cryptos
The Chief Executive of AMC Entertainment, Adam Aron, posted a poll on his Twitter audience asking how his audience feel about AMC accepting the meme currency Dogecoin.
Boris Johnson and Joe Biden meet at White House
Boris Johnson and Joe Biden are holding face-to-face talks in the White House.
Robinhood Is Testing A New Crypto Wallet To Allow Crypto Withdrawals
Trading app Robinhood is testing new features, including a crypto wallet and cryptocurrency transfers. According to the company, the ability to deposit and withdraw cryptocurren...
British taxpayers footed £300,000 bill SO FAR for court costs in Julian Assange’s extradition saga – reports
The UK government has reportedly spent more than £300,000 in public funds on lawyers and other costs to extradite jailed WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange to the US.
This Week, the Best Dressed Stars Kept the Party Going
Stars kept their evenings going by quickly changing into new looks and indulging until the wee hours.
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