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No better offer on the table for Iran - France
France's foreign minister said on Monday that there would not be a better offer for Iran to revive a nuclear deal with world powers and it was up to Tehran to decide now because the window to find a solution was closing.
Facebook spied on private messages of Americans who questioned 2020 election
Facebook has been spying on the private messages and data of American users and reporting them to the FBI if they express anti-government or anti-authority sentiments - or question the 2020 election - according to sources within the Depa...
Concern Grows Around Billionaire Peter Thiel's Period-Tracking App
Peter Thiel, billionaire entrepreneur and top campaign donor has decided to back a "femtech" app called 28, created by the divisive Evie Magazine.
Iran nuclear talks head into deep freeze ahead of midterms
The negotiations to restore the nuclear deal Trump shattered looked to be heading in a good direction. But new demands from Tehran have put it on ice.
North Korea declares itself a nuclear weapons state
North Korea has passed a law declaring itself to be a nuclear weapons state, according to state news agency KCNA.
Queen Elizabeth Meets the Presidents
Seventy years of photos show how the late queen cemented the U.S.-U.K. alliance.
Nuclear talks in peril as U.S. calls latest Iran missive a move ‘backwards’
It’s not clear how much longer the two countries will keep trying to revive the 2015 agreement.
Electric cars rekindle transatlantic trade war
Europe is incensed over a generous subsidy encouraging US consumers to ‘Buy American’ when it comes to greener cars.
Sweden’s narco wars dominate election campaign
Recent shootings across the Nordic country have sharpened voter focus on law and order ahead of polling day on September 11.
Biden targets Trump and says ‘anyone who fails to condemn violence is a threat to democracy’, but this is what Biden did too
Joe Biden implicitly criticized Donald Trump for threatening democracy, saying that anyone who fails to condemn violence is a threat. But this is exactly what the administration of Biden and Nancy Pelosi did regarding the violent protest...
EU's Borrell has received response from Iran in nuclear talks - spokesperson
The European Union's foreign policy chief Josep Borrell has received a response from Iran in the talks over a revival of the nuclear deal with the Islamic Republic and distributed it to all other participants in the negotiations, a spoke...
U.S. rejects linking Iran nuclear deal, IAEA probes
The White House on Friday rejected linking a revival of the 2015 Iran nuclear deal with the closure of investigations by the U.N. nuclear watchdog a day after Iran reopened the issue according to a Western diplomat.
U.S. officials order Nvidia to halt sales of top AI chips to China
Chip designer Nvidia Corp (NVDA.O) said on Wednesday that U.S. officials told it to stop exporting two top computing chips for artificial intelligence work to China, a move that could cripple Chinese firms' ability to carry out advanced ...
Italy’s Salvini vows to recognize Jerusalem as Israeli capital, move embassy from Tel Aviv
When Donald Trump did the same thing, it resulted in massive protests.
Rolling Stone report: Trump boasted he had intel on Macron’s sex life
Officials in Paris and Washington are scrambling for answers after one of the items on the FBI’s list of documents seized from Trump’s estate was titled ‘info re: President of France,’ Rolling Stone reports.
Trump demands reinstatement as 'rightful' president or 'a new Election, immediately!' as some Republicans seek distance from him
Former President Donald Trump demanded reinstatement as president or "a new Election, immediately" after news that Facebook temporarily limited a controversial story about Hunter Biden's laptop in users' news feeds before the 2020 election.
Senator Lindsey Graham predicts ‘riots’ if Trump charged
Lindsey Graham warned that the “double standard” against the former president could trigger political violence
FBI cites 'evidence of obstruction' in Trump Florida home search
The FBI told a judge they expected to find "evidence of obstruction" of justice in a search of former President Donald Trump's Florida home, according to newly released court papers.
Meta’s Facebook agrees to settle Cambridge Analytica data privacy suit
Terms of the preliminary settlement were not disclosed.
Facebook-Cambridge Analytica data breach lawsuit ends in 11th hour settlement
Dramatic move shows Mark Zuckerberg ‘desperate to avoid being questioned over cover-up’, says Observer journalist
Bernie Sanders says Republicans complaining about student debt forgiveness didn't complain when Donald Trump declared bankruptcy 6 times
It's the war of loan forgiveness, as Republicans and Democrats continue to go back and forth over President Joe Biden's decision to relieve student debt.
Two Plead Guilty To Stealing, Selling Joe Biden Daughter's Diary
Ashley Biden Diary Case: The Justice Department said that the pair face up to five years in prison one count of conspiracy to transport stolen property of Joe Biden's daughter Ashley Biden.
US President Joe Biden Calls Donald Trump's Philosophy "Semi-Fascism"
The US President Joe Biden called Trump's movement, branded as Make American Great Again or MAGA, an "extreme MAGA philosophy."
Donald Trump's Social Media Platform Faces Financial Crisis, Modest Following
According to a report, six months later Donald Trump's social media platform Truth Social is in 30th place in an Apple ranking of social media apps downloaded onto iPhones.
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