Toilets and free speech in Texas

Toilets and free speech in Texas
BBC Trending What’s popular and why A legal battle over who can use men’s and women’s public toilets in Houston, Texas, has spiralled into a social media war about basic American freedoms, and is still gathering speed.The

The royal tweet: Queen sends first Twitter message

The royal tweet: Queen sends first Twitter message
The queen has sent her first ever tweet as she opened an information technology gallery at the Science Museum. The message, which went out at 11:35am to 724,000 followers of the @BritishMonarchy account, read: “It is a

Contributing Op-Ed Writer: Russia’s Halfway House

Contributing Op-Ed Writer: Russia’s Halfway House
WASHINGTON — Vladimir Yevtushenkov, an oligarch under house arrest in Moscow since mid-September on charges of money laundering, may or may not be guilty of any wrongdoing. But he is different from many of his ilk in

Obama taps major fundraiser for Sweden ambassador

Obama taps major fundraiser for Sweden ambassador
President Barack Obama is nominating a major fundraiser for his presidential campaign to be the next U.S. ambassador to Sweden. The White House says Azita Raji is Obama’s pick for the job. She’s a former investment banker

The forelock-tuggings gone, but most of us still depend on servants

The forelock-tuggings gone, but most of us still depend on servants
Once upon a time, Princess Olga Romanoff explained wistfully, if her mother needed a boy for menial work she needed only to telephone the “local comp” and ask. While she was at it, she could stock up

Steve Nash injury: Los Angeles Laker guard’s career in doubt after season-ending injury

Steve Nash injury: Los Angeles Laker guard’s career in doubt after season-ending injury
Los Angeles Lakers guard Steve Nash has been ruled out for the season with a back injury, putting the two-time NBA Most Valuable Player’s career in doubt. The Lakers and Nash announced their joint decision Thursday, less

Malicious ads on major websites held users’ files to ransom

Malicious ads on major websites held users’ files to ransom
A widespread attack has exposed millions to malware that holds files to ransom. The campaign, which was first detected a month ago, placed fake adverts on websites such as Yahoo, AOL and The Atlantic that installed so-called

Dozens monitored for Ebola in Mali

Dozens monitored for Ebola in Mali
Dozens of people are being monitored in Mali after the country confirmed its first case of Ebola.The patient is a two-year-old girl who recently arrived from Guinea, which along with Liberia and Sierra Leone has seen most




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