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Gordon Sondland may try to balance fealty to Trump with the fate that has befallen others in the president’s circle: prison time | Continue reading


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Firefox’s Fight for the Future of the Web

With Google’s Chrome dominating the market, not-for-profit rival Mozilla is staking a comeback on its dedication to privacy | Continue reading


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A man wants to convince America beef is healthier than meatless burgers

Richard Berman is running a campaign to educate the public on plant-based meat burgers such as Impossible and Beyond Beef | Continue reading


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Arizona Nuclear Missile Bunker for $400k

Decommissioned nuclear silo accessed 40ft staircase leading underground was once home to US’s largest intercontinental ballistic missile ever deployed | Continue reading


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Republican voters made Trump the white-supremacist-in-chief. That’s why a resignation from Miller wouldn’t change much | Continue reading


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London event details how super-rich can buy EU citizenship

Three PMs attend marketing sales event on how wealthy can snap up EU citizenship for $100,000 | Continue reading


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European IBank to phase out fossil fuel financing

EU’s lending arm to become first ‘climate bank’ by ending financing of oil, gas and coal projects after 2021 | Continue reading


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Up to speed: the Welsh village that installed its own fast broadband

Fed up with slow internet, Michaelston-y-Fedw residents took matters into their own hands | Continue reading


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Labour pledges free broadband for all homes and firms in UK

Party says BT would be part nationalised under £20bn scheme which would also be funded by higher taxes on Google, Facebook and Amazon | Continue reading


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Outcry after Facebook sponsors gala featuring Brett Kavanaugh

Company is listed as a ‘gold circle’ sponsor for rightwing group Federalist Society dinner where justice will be keynote speaker | Continue reading


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Experts crack mystery of ancient Egypt’s sacred bird mummies

DNA analysis helps work out origin of nearly 6 million mummified ibises | Continue reading


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Rudy Giuliani says Trump will stay loyal to him but jokes that he has 'insurance'

President’s lawyer, a key figure in the impeachment inquiry, speaks to Guardian amid speculation Republicans will seek to paint him as a rogue actor | Continue reading


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President’s lawyer, a key figure in the impeachment inquiry, speaks to Guardian amid speculation Republicans will seek to paint him as a rogue actor | Continue reading


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Climate change: do more now or risk catastrophe

IEA says deep disparity between words and action on climate change risks failing to cap global temperatures | Continue reading


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I'm the Google whistleblower. The medical data of millions is at risk

When I learned that Google was acquiring the intimate medical records of 50 million patients, I couldn’t stay silent | Continue reading


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Majority of anti-vax ads on Facebook funded by two organizations

Study finds Robert F Kennedy Jr’s World Mercury Project and Larry Cook’s Stop Mandatory Vaccinations bought 54% of ads | Continue reading


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I wish I'd never been born: the rise of the anti-natalists

Adherents view life not as a gift and a miracle, but a harm and an imposition. And their notion that having children may be a bad idea seems to be gaining mainstream popularity | Continue reading


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Leaked emails reveal Trump aide Stephen Miller's white nationalist views

Exclusive: Miller’s messages with then Breitbart writer Katie McHugh attempted to steer the website’s coverage | Continue reading


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Hong Kong protests: foreign students leave as unrest shifts to universities

Danish university chief tells 36 students to return home as several protesters injured in violence | Continue reading


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The great American tax haven: why the super-rich love South Dakota

The long read: South Dakota is known for being the home of Mount Rushmore – and not much else. But thanks to its relish for deregulation, the state is fast becoming the most profitable place for the mega-wealthy to park their billions | Continue reading


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Plastic substitute from fish waste hauls in Dyson award for UK designer

Lucy Hughes, 24, wins £30,000 international prize for compostable MarinaTex | Continue reading


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'I live on the street now': how the insured fall into medical bankruptcy

Having health insurance is often not enough to save Americans from massive debts when serious illness strikes | Continue reading


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Air pollution nanoparticles linked to brain cancer for first time

Exclusive: Produced by traffic, nanoparticles are already known to invade the brain and can carry carcinogens | Continue reading


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Human hair behind pigeons' lost toes, Paris study finds

Research suggests density of hairdressers in an area – and resulting human hair – affects rate of lost toes | Continue reading


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How the Disney dream died in Celebration (2010)

Disney invented Celebration as an ideal American small town. But recession, a brutal murder and a suicide have killed the magic, reports Ed Pilkington | Continue reading


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Google to offer personal banking accounts in partnership with Citigroup

News of service called Cache comes day after whistleblower sounded alarm over secret transfer of personal medical data | Continue reading


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Startup Makes Meat from Air

A US startup claims it can convert CO2 into nutrients. Could innovations such as this and 3D-printed steaks provide a sustainable food future? | Continue reading


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Black Facebook staff describe workplace racism in anonymous letter

A group of Facebook workers say they are treated as if they ‘do not belong’ at the company | Continue reading


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Monopolies cost Americans $300 a month

In a reversal from a few decades ago, American consumers are facing oligopolies while Europeans benefit from competition | Continue reading


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How do you like your beef old-style cow or 3D-printed?

Manufacturers claim their products taste like the real thing, have huge ecological benefits and could soon be in our homes | Continue reading


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Why British teachers are fleeing overseas

Thousands of teachers who honed their skills in cash-strapped English comprehensives are now working abroad. What’s behind the brain drain? | Continue reading


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Hologram like device animates objects using ultrasound waves

Unlike Star Wars projection, 3D technology whips polystyrene bead round at high speed | Continue reading


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Superfast star found leaving Milky Way at 1,700km per second

Astronomers say S5-HVs1 ventured close to supermassive black hole before being ejected | Continue reading


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Greta Thunberg leaves US with simple climate crisis message: vote

Thunberg: ‘My message to the Americans is the same as to everyone – to unite behind the science and to act on the science’ | Continue reading


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Flooding in Venice – In Pictures

Flooding in the canal city has reached its highest level since the infamous 1966 floods | Continue reading


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Fairbnb.coop launches, offering help for social projects

Fears about overtourism have prompted the new holiday rental website to ban properties owned by businesses and donate 50% of commission to community projects | Continue reading


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Waves in St Mark's Square as Venice flooded by highest tide in 50 years

High waters peaked at 1.87 metres as the flood alarm sounded across the Italian city of canals | Continue reading


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Norway flaunts its green credentials – so why is it drilling more oil wells?

Norway has to change tack and end prospecting for new oil reserves, says David Boyd, UN special rapporteur on the environment and human rights | Continue reading


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6k UK homes still have black and white TV licences

TV Licensing reveals surprising figures 50 years after advent of colour on BBC One | Continue reading


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Edward Snowden says autobiography has been censored in China

Sections on democracy and privacy appear to be missing in Chinese edition of Permanent Record | Continue reading


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Google's harvest of medical data includes names and full details of millions

Whistleblower speaks to Guardian about growing alarm over secret transfer of medical history data, which can be accessed by Google staff | Continue reading


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Australia fires could be out of control for months, says fire chief

Concern grows over wind changes and high temperatures forecast for later this week | Continue reading


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Boeing 737 Max jets could fly again by January with safety checks under way

World’s biggest planemaker hopes aviation authorities will soon approve plane’s flight control software | Continue reading


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Products from Israeli settlements must be labelled, EU court rules

European court of justice says origin must be identified in decision likely to anger Israel | Continue reading


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UK academics face furious backlash for encouraging students to vote

Universities have a legal obligation to encourage voter registration. This has prompted an angry reaction in some areas | Continue reading


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Uber chief tries to backpedal after calling Khashoggi murder ‘a mistake’

Dara Khosrowshahi scrambles after saying Saudi Arabia’s murder of dissident was a ‘mistake’ similar to self-driving car accident | Continue reading


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A gifted physicist reduced to living in his car: what killed Hamid Alamdari?

Hamid Farahi Alamdari 1962-2018: He was a charmer who spoke seven languages and claimed he had nearly worked with Stephen Hawking – but somehow Hamid ended up living in a Tesco car park and dying alone | Continue reading


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UK Labour party reveals large-scale cyber-attack on digital platforms

Party says it is confident no data was breached during ‘failed’ attack | Continue reading


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