Samsung just unveiled two gorgeous new Galaxy S9 models that are going to make you very angry

  1. Samsung just unveiled two gorgeous new Galaxy S9 models that are going to make you very angry  BGR
  2. Samsung’s gold and burgundy Galaxy S9s look lovely, but aren’t coming to the US  The Verge
  3. Samsung Intros Sunrise Gold & Burgundy Red Galaxy S9 (Plus)  Android Headlines
  4. SAMSUNG PHONES  NDTV
  5. Galaxy S9 deals, specs and news: Samsung unveils new ‘Sunrise Gold’ edition for Blighty  The INQUIRER
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Iran, Angry and Divided, Fears Deeper Crisis if Nuclear Deal Ends

  1. Iran, Angry and Divided, Fears Deeper Crisis if Nuclear Deal Ends  New York Times
  2. Trump expected to strike blow at Iran nuclear deal  Politico
  3. Investors in Oil Stocks Can Only Thank Trump for Iran Jitters  Bloomberg
  4. How Trump’s Iran drama could upend European unity  CNN
  5. The Latest: Kerry says withdrawing from deal makes no sense  Washington Post
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Met Gala 2018: Angry Catholics and conservatives accuse organisers of 'religious appropriation' over theme

Met Gala 2018: Angry Catholics and conservatives accuse organisers of 'religious appropriation' over themeReligious conservatives are accusing the Met Gala of “cultural appropriation” over the annual fashion event’s Catholic theme. The event – officially titled “heavenly bodies” – should not have happened because it involved celebrities sexualising, commodifying and undermining the Catholic religion and church, according to critics. Each year, the opening of the Costume Institute’s exhibit at New York’s Met Museum is celebrated with a huge grand opening, attended by the world’s biggest celebrities and marking one of the high points of the fashion calendar.


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McCain's critiques of Trump have president's supporters angry and firing back

  1. McCain’s critiques of Trump have president’s supporters angry and firing back  Washington Post
  2. Report: Hatch calls McCain request that Trump not attend his funeral ‘ridiculous’  The Hill
  3. Hatch to McCain: Let Trump Come to Your Funeral  New York Magazine
  4. At His Ranch, John McCain Shares Memories and Regrets With Friends  New York Times
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Tesla faces angry Wall Street as CEO Musk snubs analysts on call

  1. Tesla faces angry Wall Street as CEO Musk snubs analysts on call  Reuters
  2. Tesla’s Elon Musk Turns Conference Call Into Sparring Session  Wall Street Journal
  3. Elon Musk: No ‘bonehead’ analyst questions please  BBC News
  4. Tesla Ramps Up Model 3 Production and Predicts Profits This Fall  WIRED
  5. Why investors should look past the Tesla noise and buy the dip  MarketWatch
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Golden State Killer suspect known for cursing, angry outbursts, say neighbors who called him 'freak'

  1. Golden State Killer suspect known for cursing, angry outbursts, say neighbors who called him ‘freak’  Los Angeles Times
  2. What We Know About Joseph James DeAngelo, the Golden State Killer Suspect  New York Times
  3. California’s DNA database law drew the wrath of privacy rights groups. It may have helped nab the Golden State Killer  CNN
  4. Update: East Area Rapist suspect captured after DNA match, authorities say  Sacramento Bee
  5. All we know about Joseph DeAngelo, the Golden State Killer suspect who became a suburban grandfather  Washington Post
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'I have nothing to hide' Pruitt tells angry Congress

  1. ‘I have nothing to hide’ Pruitt tells angry Congress  Politico
  2. Amid reports of misconduct, Pruitt faces House panels: Live updates  ABC News
  3. Embattled EPA administrator Scott Pruitt faces grilling on Capitol Hill — live stream  CBS News
  4. Scott Pruitt pushes back hard, saying attacks on him are intended ‘to derail the president’s agenda’  Washington Post
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May, Macron face lawmakers angry over Syria strikes

May, Macron face lawmakers angry over Syria strikesBritish Prime Minister Theresa May and French President Emmanuel Macron on Monday faced anger from lawmakers for conducting air strikes with the United States in Syria in both leaders’ first major military actions since coming to power. May said lawmakers were right to hold her to account for her actions, after the premier proceeded with the strikes without prior parliamentary approval. Opposition Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn called for new legislation to stop governments launching military action without lawmakers’ backing in most circumstances.


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