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Source: The Guradian

Berlin museum offers glimpse of Leni Riefenstahl estate

Today 04:16 GMT

He lays an array of sepia portraits of the propagandist Leni Riefenstahl across the table of the workshop of the Museum of Photography in Berlin.

A team of German-speaking archival specialists and Riefenstahl experts will spend the next few years in a collaboration between the photography museum, the film archive and the national library, to try to piece together the life of Riefenstahl, who attempted right up until her death to promote the image of herself as a political naif who had more or less been caught up by accident in the Nazi machine.

Source: CBS News

Jim Bridenstine sworn in as NASA administrator

Today 06:06 GMT

Oklahoma Republican Rep. Jim Bridenstine resigned from the House of Representatives Monday and was sworn in as NASA's 13th administrator by Vice President Mike Pence, chairman of the recently revitalized National Space Council.

He takes over NASA from outgoing acting Administrator Robert Lightfoot, a career NASA engineer-manager who ran the civilian space agency after its previous administrator, former shuttle commander Charles Bolden, retired in the wake of the 2016 presidential election.

Source: CBS News

Mistrial announced for U.S. border agent linked to teenager's fatal shooting

Today 01:34 GMT

PHOENIX -- A mistrial was declared Monday in the case of a U.S. Border Patrol agent after an Arizona jury acquitted him of a second-degree murder charge in the killing of a teen from Mexico but deadlocked on lesser counts of manslaughter.

Jurors had deliberated about 18 hours over five days in what human rights attorneys say was the first prosecution of a Border Patrol agent in a fatal shooting across the border.

Source: New York Times

My Life-Threatening Bout With E. Coli Food Poisoning

Tuesday 17:17 GMT

An infectious disease doctor was called in, my stool sample tested, and I was finally given a diagnosis of E. coli infection.

Doctors don’t know for sure how I became infected with E. coli — at the time, last October, the outbreak tied to romaine lettuce was still several months in the future — but we do have some clues. An infectious disease doctor was called in, my stool sample tested, and I was finally given a diagnosis of E. coli infection.

Source: Reuters

Toronto van suspect a withdrawn figure, with special needs

Today 07:03 GMT

The suspect in a Toronto van attack that killed 10 people and injured 15 others on Monday attended a high school program for students with special needs where he would often walk the halls with his head down and hands tightly clasped, according to former classmates.

Police say Alek Minassian, 25, was arrested 26 minutes after he allegedly drove a white rental van into a crowd in the north end of Toronto, sending bodies flying.

Source: BBC

Ukraine gang hid wealth in London flats

Tuesday 13:38 GMT

In a statement on the Paradise Papers, Appleby said it was a law firm which operates in jurisdictions regulated to the highest international standards and "advises clients on legitimate and lawful ways to conduct their business".

The National Crime Agency said the orders could potentially be used to seize some of the London flats linked to the Ukrainian gang. Panorama - Gangsters' Dirty Money Exposed will be broadcast on BBC One on Monday 23 April, at 20:30 BST, or watch later on BBC iPlayer. The Paradise Papers is huge data breach mostly from the former offshore services provider Appleby, along with corporate registries in 19 tax jurisdictions, which reveal the financial dealings of politicians, celebrities, corporate giants and business leaders.

Source: Global News

Kellyanne Conway chides CNN host over question about husband’s Trump tweets

Tuesday 17:18 GMT

Host Dana Bash asked Conway about the tweets her husband, attorney George Conway, has sent in criticism of U.S. President Donald Trump.

White House counsellor Kellyanne Conway‘s Sunday appearance on CNN’s State of the Union turned tense after she was questioned over her husband’s tweets. Host Dana Bash asked Conway about the tweets her husband, attorney George Conway, has sent in criticism of U.S. President Donald Trump.

Source: New York Times

YouTube Says Computers Are Catching Problem Videos

Today 00:10 GMT

YouTube said it took down 8.28 million videos during the fourth quarter of 2017, and about 80 percent of those videos had initially been flagged by artificially intelligent computer systems.

The vast majority of videos removed from YouTube toward the end of last year for violating the site’s content guidelines had first been detected by machines instead of humans, the Google-owned company said on Monday.

Source: New York Times

Timberwolves’ Jimmy Butler Rekindles Playoff Fire in Minnesota

Tuesday 13:39 GMT

Butler was recounting his childhood history in a mostly empty Minnesota Timberwolves locker room late Saturday night, having just inspired the Timberwolves to a stirring postseason victory over (you guessed it) his boyhood favorites.

The Timberwolves opted instead for a $150 million Target Center renovation and a draft-night trade with Chicago last June to reunite Butler with Tom Thibodeau, the hard-driving Minnesota coach and team president for whom Butler played in Chicago.

Source: NBC News

'The Leavers' novelist Lisa Ko found success through massive failure

Today 07:03 GMT

If Lisa Ko hadn’t set out to lose, she wouldn’t have won a prestigious literary prize, leading to the publication of her debut novel, “The Leavers,” on May 2.. The Brooklyn-based writer had set a goal in 2014 to get 50 rejections a year, she told NBC News.

“Like failing over and over again and getting rejected over and over again, and still really believing in the work and wanting to get it done more than wanting to give up.”

Source: Common Domain

AT&T’s Defense Invokes Big Tech Terror

Tuesday 11:48 GMT

A battle with big tech may loom down the road, but the question for Judge Richard Leon is whether an AT&T-Time Warner monster can do immediate harm now.

The two CEOs were testifying as AT&T’s final witnesses in the U.S. government’s lawsuit to block the merger of the two companies. They made the case that the deal needs to be approved for their companies to survive the onslaught of the tech firms.

Source: DW

Champions League: Mohamed Salah leads Liverpool dismantling of Roma

Today 07:03 GMT

Mohamed Salah and Roberto Firmino stole the show as Liverpool beat Roma 5-2 in the first leg of the Champions League semifinal.

Liverpool 5 -2 Roma (Salah 36', 45', Mane 56', Firmino 61', 69' - Dzeko 81, Perotti pen 85') Anfield, Liverpool. Even for a team that overcame a three-goal deficit against Barcelona in the last round, this one looks to be a bridge too far. Stunning individual displays from Mohamed Salah and Roberto Firmino, who bagged a brace and a pair of assists each, and a shambolic defensive effort from the visitors conspired to give the Premier League side a huge advantage going in to next Wednesday's second leg, despite a late Roma fightback.

Source: BBC

Why the snobbery about superhero films?

Tuesday 13:39 GMT

She thinks some directors "may be bitter" about superhero films because "they can't raise the money" for their own films, adding "and critics are always sniffy about certain films". O'Hara says: "Most actors would be happy to be in a superhero film.

Facebook poster, Andrew McCallister, took a different view on Cameron's comments: "I think James Cameron hopes people get sick of superhero films so they will go and see his six Avatar films that no one asked for!"

Source: BBC

Police investigate serious Anfield assault

Today 07:03 GMT

Police are investigating a serious assault of a man outside Anfield before Liverpool's Champions League semi-final match with Roma.

There was an increased police presence around the stadium after Manchester City's team bus was attacked before their Champions League quarter-final with Liverpool earlier this month. Liverpool were charged by European football's governing body Uefa for throwing cans, bottles and flares at the bus.

Source: Common Domain

The Morning Risk Report: Criminals Exploit G-20 Anti-Money Laundering Weaknesses

Tuesday 12:43 GMT

Criminals, human traffickers and sanctions evaders exploit loopholes in anti-money laundering regimes in the world’s top economies, according to two recent studies.

The Morning Risk Report from WSJ’s Risk & Compliance Journal cues up the most important news in risk and compliance every weekday morning. HNA spent billions of dollars in 2017 to build its stake in the German lender, becoming Deutsche Bank’s biggest shareholder with just under 10%, the WSJ reports.

Source: Global News

North Korea says it will suspend nuclear and missile testing

Saturday 14:32 GMT
Source: Fox News

North Korea announces end to missile testing as Trump cites 'big progress'

Saturday 14:32 GMT
Source: New York Times

‘Viva Verdi,’ Say Fans With Very Verdian Names

Sunday 21:51 GMT
Source: Washington Post

Make this one-pan Spanish Eggs and Potatoes, and you’ll learn how to fry

Sunday 21:51 GMT
Source: The Guradian

Kalidou Koulibaly’s late header seals victory for Napoli over Juventus

Sunday 21:51 GMT
Source: New York Times

Review: Anna Netrebko Emerges as a Powerful New Tosca at the Met

Sunday 21:51 GMT
Source: The Guradian

US and Russian nuclear arsenals set to be unchecked for first time since 1972

Wednesday 12:44 GMT
Source: Common Domain

Tencent Music: Tune In, But Don’t Turn On Yet

Tuesday 11:48 GMT
Source: Common Domain

$110 Million Malibu Beach Home Sets Los Angeles Price Record

Today 07:03 GMT
Source: Common Domain

Don’t blame oil prices for a narrowing gap in government bond yields, says BMO

Tuesday 19:10 GMT
Source: Common Domain

Advertising Guidelines for Online Sponsored, Branded & Featured Content

Today 07:03 GMT
Source: New York Times

‘I Feel Pretty’ and the Rise of Beauty-Standard Denialism

Tuesday 13:38 GMT
Source: BBC

Could the royal baby boost the economy?

Today 00:40 GMT
Source: Common Domain

Need STEM Teachers Look to Older Adults

Tuesday 13:39 GMT

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