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How Trump Consultants Exploited the Facebook Data of Millions

The New York Times 28 sources

Cambridge Analytica harvested personal information from a huge swath of the electorate to develop techniques that were later used in the Trump campaign.

Andrew McCabe Kept Memos on Interactions With President Trump: Report

TIME 107 sources

It is not clear whether they have been turned over to the Mueller investigation

Revealed: 50 million Facebook profiles harvested for Cambridge Analytica in major data breach

The Guardian 131 sources

The data analytics firm that worked with Donald Trump's election team and the winning Brexit campaign harvested millions of Facebook profiles of US voters, in the tech giant's biggest ever data breach, and used them to build a powerful…

Andrew McCabe, Trump target and ex-FBI deputy, fired days before retiring

The Guardian / US 303 sources

McCabe, who stepped down in January and planned to retire Sunday, suggested dismissal is part of effort to undermine Russia inquiry

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5 Things You Probably Didn’t Know About St. Patrick

TIME / World 11 sources

Google’s latest Doodle is saluting St. Patrick’s Day with a nod to the rich history of Ireland and St. Patrick himself.


North Korean minister meets again with Swedish counterpart

CTV News / World 21 sources

North Korea's foreign minister met again Saturday with his Swedish counterpart amid growing speculation about a possible meeting in the Scandinavian country between U.S. President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un.


Wall Street’s love affair with tech might end in tears

Strategists warn the reliance heightens risk of a downturn

One-page job application that Steve Jobs filled before starting Apple sold for $1,74,000 at an auction

Firstpost / India 12 sources

Other highlights from the online auction included an Apple Mac OS X technical manual signed by Jobs in 2001 that sold for $41,806.


Tech Giants Set to Face 3% Tax on Revenue Under New EU ...

Tax on tech companies to be based on where users are located Large digital companies operating in the European Union, such as Alphabet Inc. or Twitter Inc ...


Artists in battle over modern artwork pension fund

The Artist Pension Trust, which holds one of the biggest collections of contemporary art in the world, is facing a legal bust-up


It's back! Britain battered by MORE snow as flights cancelled and temperatures plummet - here's the forecast for your area

Mirror Online 14 sources

More than 70 flights to or from London's Heathrow Airport have been cancelled, while drivers have been urged to prepare before taking to the roads


Students used to ‘solve’ teaching crisis in Scotland

Scottish Universities are to target college students to tackle Scotland’s teacher shortage crisis.


Trump emerges from the shadows in the Stormy Daniels case and is now seeking $20 million in damages

Business Insider 88 sources

President Donald Trump's attorneys claim that Stormy Daniels, the porn star who says she had an affair with Trump that began in 2006, violated a nondisclosure agreement and is now liable for at least $20 million in damages, The New York…

Review: 2018 TVS Apache RTR 160 4V review, test ride

Autocar India 3 sources

It’s no secret that the Bajaj Pulsar has dominated the foray into the performance-oriented motorcycle segment in India. However, one brand always challenged its supremacy and that is the TVS Apache series, with over 3 million units being…


Goldman Sachs moves to plug 55% pay gap

The Times / News 35 sources

Goldman Sachs is paying women who work for it in Britain 55.5 per cent less on average than men. To rectify the latest example of the entrenched gender differences in the finance industry, Lloyd Blankfein, Goldman's chairman and chief…

Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day With a ‘Need for Green’ Ford Mustang

AutoGuide.com 11 sources

Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day With a ‘Need for Green’ Ford Mustang It's SO green. more


UK weather – Flights cancelled and 'risk to life' warning for elderly and kids as 8 inches of snow due TODAY

The Sun 14 sources

BRITS have been warned to avoid unnecessary travel as a second "Beast from the East" threatens to dump EIGHT inches of snow this week. Scores of flights were axed as meteorologists warned of a "risk to life" - kids, the sick, and the…

Leader for life? China's President reappointed

Sky News / World 112 sources

Chinese President Xi Jinping has been reappointed with no limit on the number of terms he can serve.


Sessions fires former FBI deputy director McCabe

Move by US attorney-general comes less than two days before retirement

Facebook bans political data company Cambridge Analytica

Social network claims research firm failed to delete user information collected by an app


Xi Jinping is making sweeping changes to how China is run

CNN / World 112 sources

China's government is about to be massively restructured to fit President Xi Jinping's agenda.

Trump lawyer claims porn star may face $20m damages

Michael Cohen wants Stormy Daniels suit moved into private arbitration


Qualcomm's Jacobs to Leave Board as He Explores Possible ...

Qualcomm Inc. said director Paul Jacobs, son of the chipmaker’s founder and a former chief executive officer, is leaving the board after he decided to ...


Putin ‘Likely’ Ordered Russian Ex-Spy’s Poisoning, Britain Says

Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson made the remarks just hours before the police in London said they were treating the death of another Russian expatriate as a murder.

Friday, Mar 16

'Overwhelmingly likely' Putin ordered spy attack, says Boris Johnson

The Guardian 78 sources

Putin spokesman says Johnson’s comments are ‘unforgivable breach of diplomatic rules’

US imposes fresh sanctions on Russia

The Week UK 230 sources

Credits; Getty Images; Alt Text; Vladimir Putin; Powerful oligarch and close Putin ally Yevgeniy Prigozhin among those targeted

Trump's likely pick to replace his national security adviser really wants to bomb North Korea

Business Insider 125 sources

Rumors swirled around the White House on Thursday as The Washington Post reported that H.R. McMaster was about to be dismissed as President Donald Trump's national security adviser.

Mueller Subpoenas Trump Organization, Demanding Documents About Russia

The New York Times 133 sources

The court order is the first known time the special counsel has demanded that records directly related to the president’s businesses be turned over.

Thursday, Mar 15

Spy attack: Anthrax vaccinations for British troops

Sky News 497 sources

Thousands of British soldiers are to be vaccinated against anthrax poisoning in a direct response to the recent nerve agent attack in Salisbury.

US punishes 19 Russians over vote meddling and cyber-attacks

BBC / News 230 sources

The US said the moves were an attempt to stop "nefarious attacks emanating from Russia".

UK, US, Germany and France unite to condemn spy attack

The Guardian 269 sources

Joint statement deplores ‘assault on UK sovereignty’ and says only plausible explanation is that Russia is responsible

Unilever denies Brexit is a factor as it picks Rotterdam as sole HQ

Persil, Dove and Marmite maker’s decision not to choose London is a blow to UK’s status as financial centre

Wednesday, Mar 14

Toys R Us launches MASSIVE closing down sale as it announces 106 branches will shut – and everything must go

The Sun 128 sources

The giant toy retailer has decided to close the doors of all of its stores after it failed to find a buyer. At least 3,000 people will lose their jobs. By Hollie Borland, Digital Consumer Reporter. 14th March 2018, 12:08 pm. Updated: 14th…

Russian spy: UK to expel 23 Russian diplomats

BBC / News 315 sources

They have one week to leave Britain after Russia failed to explain the use of a nerve agent against an ex-spy.

Theranos founder charged with ‘massive’ securities fraud

Holmes accused of raising $700m in start-up capital by lying to investors

Facebook bans Britain First pages

BBC / Technology 69 sources

Facebook has removed the pages of the anti-Islamic group Britain First and its leaders. The social media company said the group had repeatedly violated its community standards. Earlier this month, Britain First's leader and deputy leader,…

Tuesday, Mar 13

Trump blocks Broadcom’s $142bn hostile bid for Qualcomm

President cites national security concerns in taking unprecedented action against deal

May issues ultimatum to Moscow over Salisbury poisoning

The Guardian 550 sources

Prime minister says origin of nerve agent and past record of assassinations make Russian involvement highly likely

Russian exile 'is found dead at his London home'

Daily Mail Online 132 sources

Nikolai Glushkov, a former associate of Russian oligarch Boris Berezovsky, was reportedly discovered by his family and friends late on Monday night,

Trump fires Tillerson: president swings axe after series of policy clashes

The Guardian 787 sources

President tweets secretary of state is out and announces CIA director Mike Pompeo will become top diplomat

Monday, Mar 12

Labour suspends frontbencher Abrahams over bullying claims

The shadow work and pensions secretary was suspended last night after allegations that she bullied staff. Debbie Abrahams, who has led Labour's campaign against benefits cuts, was told to stand aside while the party investigated a number…

Nepal air crash: 49 dead as plane veers off Kathmandu runway

BBC / News 475 sources

The airline blames Kathmandu air traffic control but authorities speak of an "unusual" landing.

Russia highly likely to be behind poisoning of spy, says Theresa May

The Guardian 550 sources

PM says UK will not tolerate ‘brazen attempt to murder innocent civilians on our soil’

Trump-North Korea meeting: US 'knows the risks', says spy chief

BBC / News 67 sources

CIA director Mike Pompeo says President Trump "isn't doing this for theatre" but to solve a problem.