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Source: Fox News

National parks grapple with overflowing trash and human waste as shutdown drags on

Friday 17:16 GMT

From trash overflowing in cans at the Washington Monument to human feces strewn about campgrounds in Yosemite National Park, the shutdown has left the National Park Service with a skeleton crew trying to maintain a system that sees over 330 million visitors per year.

Along with the trash, human waste and illegal activities ranging from off-roading to poaching, there have been at least seven recorded deaths in the country’s national parks since the shutdown began.

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Source: BBC

No-deal Brexit - the data dilemma

Today 01:30 GMT

The Direct Marketing Association (DMA), which represents a whole raft of data businesses, says any company that moves data between the UK and an EU country needs to be aware of what will change if we effectively sign out of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), Europe's data protection regime.

"Preparing for a no-deal Brexit requires identifying current and future EU-UK data transfers and urgently ensuring that UK entities become 'safe importers' of data in Data Transfers Agreements," says Eduardo Ustaran of Hogan Lovells.

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Source: The Week

How shutdown pain is spreading throughout the economy

Today 06:04 GMT

As Sam Berger, a former Office of Management and Budget official in the Obama administration, put it to Bloomberg: "Shutdowns don't get bad linearly; they get bad exponentially."

Washington, D.C., is feeling the brunt of the shutdown — out of every 10,000 workers in the area, 926 have had their paychecks cut off by the shutdown. Either way, they aren't getting paychecks, which means those paychecks aren't getting turned into purchases of goods and services in those workers' communities.

2 Articles
Source: Global News

The Killers new song ‘Land of the Free’ takes on Trump’s America

Today 06:04 GMT

Frontman Brandon Flowers wrote the scathing song as a response to President Donald Trump‘s discriminatory vision of America.

Unlike many other Killers’ hits, Flowers’ lyrics incorporate a pummeling shock factor which effectively highlights the song as a modern-day protest anthem. “Concrete and rebar steel beams / High enough to keep all those filthy hands off of our hopes and our dreams / People who just want the same things we do.”

2 Articles
Source: Global News

The Killers new song ‘Land of the Free’ takes on Trump’s America

Today 06:04 GMT

Frontman Brandon Flowers wrote the scathing song as a response to President Donald Trump‘s discriminatory vision of America.

Unlike many other Killers’ hits, Flowers’ lyrics incorporate a pummeling shock factor which effectively highlights the song as a modern-day protest anthem. “Concrete and rebar steel beams / High enough to keep all those filthy hands off of our hopes and our dreams / People who just want the same things we do.”


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