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Source: The Guradian

What is the internet 13 key questions answered

Today 12:41 GMT

It means people are not assumed to use the internet simply because they live in a town with an internet cable or near a wifi tower.

Most consumer internet traffic is video: add up all the online video watched on websites, YouTube, Netflix and webcams and you have 77% of the world’s internet traffic, according to US tech firm Cisco. A minute on the internet looks like this: 156m emails, 29m messages, 1.5m Spotify songs, 4m Google searches, 2m minutes of Skype calls, 350,000 tweets, 243,000 photos posted on Facebook, 87,000 hours of Netflix, 65,000 pictures put on Instagram, 25,000 posts on Tumblr, 18,000 matches on Tinder, and 400 hours of video uploaded to YouTube.

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Source: The Week

How the Mueller fairy tale ends

Today 12:41 GMT

Perhaps the best argument I have seen in favor of repealing President Trump's pointless tax cuts is the superabundance of disposable income American liberals apparently spend on things like Robert Mueller bobble-head dolls, "Mueller is Coming" and "It's Mueller time" T-shirts, Mueller "prayer" candles, and even children's books featuring a super-buff bare-chested but tie-wearing Mueller lookalike hero. Turning the affectless head of a special counsel investigation into some kind of badass comic-book character who is going to rescue America from the nefarious clutches of — I wish I were making this up — "President Ronald Plump" could not be more childish.

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Source: The Guradian

'Silly question!' Mike Leigh interviewed by our readers and famous fans

Today 09:55 GMT

Mike Leigh sits before me, in his Soho office, a man without regrets – certainly with regard to his work, but probably in most aspects of his life, one suspects.

Thirdly, and this is the important answer to the question, I would consider that I am – as any decent artist shoul

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Source: Fox News

Hillary Clinton gets asked ‘painfully scripted’ questions on Colbert: report

Saturday 15:25 GMT

Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton appeared on "The Late Show With Stephen Colbert" on Friday and was lobbed 'painfully scripted questions' and gave 'painfully scripted answers' during a segment called 'Just One Question," Mediaite reported.

Clinton was asked if she'd make a prediction on the 2020 election and said she joked, saying she'd save that insight for her upcoming book, "What Will Happen: A Book of Predictions: Hillary Clinton and Paul the Psychic Octopus."

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Source: Fox News

Nellie Ohr invokes spousal privilege to avoid questions on Steele dossier

Saturday 15:25 GMT

Nellie Ohr, the wife of Justice Department official Bruce Ohr, claimed spousal privilege on Friday in order to avoid certain questions from House Republicans about the controversial anti-Trump dossier.

While describing her as cooperative in the voluntary appearance, Republican and Democratic lawmakers told Fox News that Ohr took spousal privilege, which Republicans said did not allow them to get to core questions about the salacious dossier, and how it got into the hands of the FBI.

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Source: Common Domain

My mother abandoned my brother and me—am I entitled to know what’s in her will?

Sunday 13:34 GMT

Don’t miss: My father left his home to his kids — my stepmother sold it for $1 million. My mother, however, started her new life and never told anyone in her family about us.

I have met with her and she wants nothing to do with my brother or me, does not want to be called “mom” and has no interest in her grandchildren. She was very successful in her career as senior vice president of a major banking institution and is quite well off financially.

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Source: CBS News

Key question hangs over Boston Red Sox as they head into World Series

Saturday 09:00 GMT

The Red Sox will try to bring Boston its fourth crown in 15 years - this is their first World Series trip since winning it all in 2013.

Watching him line out, hitting balls 100-plus miles an hour routinely this year and last year, to see him get that MVP award, to get those big hits, I'm so pumped for him."

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Source: The Guradian

'Pope Francis has questions to answer': America's Catholics in crisis over abuse scandals

Saturday 08:05 GMT

This month, the Pew Research Center found a sharp fall in confidence among US Catholics in Pope Francis’s handling of the abuse scandals that have engulfed the church this year.

According to Andrew Chesnut, a professor of religious studies at Virginia Commonwealth University, “the scale of the crisis is now threatening to eclipse Pope Francis’ progressive agenda.


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