Cambridge Analytica 'destroyed by bitter and jealous whistleblower'

  1. Cambridge Analytica ‘destroyed by bitter and jealous whistleblower’  The Guardian
  2. Ex-Cambridge Analytica CEO Tells Lawmakers He Lied on Video  Bloomberg
  3. Cambridge Analytica CEO accused of embezzling $8 million  ConsumerAffairs
  4. Facepalm, again  The Indian Express
  5. Facebook data misuse firm snubs UK watchdog’s legal order  TechCrunch
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Kim Kardashian Gets in Bitter Twitter Feud Over Kanye West's Non-Profit, Donda's House

  1. Kim Kardashian Gets in Bitter Twitter Feud Over Kanye West’s Non-Profit, Donda’s House  E! Online
  2. Kim Kardashian defends Kanye from collaborator’s claim he ‘abandoned’ charity  Page Six
  3. Donda’s House Charity to Drop Kanye West’s Mother’s Name Following Twitter Spat With Kim Kardashian  Entertainment Tonight
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Beef peptides block bitter tastes

From burgers to steaks, beef has a long history of being a delicious part of dinner. But what if that pleasant experience of eating beef could extend beyond the dinner plate? Now, one group reports that beef protein, when broken down into peptides, can block bitter taste receptors on the tongue. Such peptides could someday be used to make other foods and even medicines taste better.
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Amazon's bitter fight with Seattle over a new tax shows just how important HQ2 will be to the company

  1. Amazon’s bitter fight with Seattle over a new tax shows just how important HQ2 will be to the company  Business Insider
  2. Starbucks slams Seattle’s new big business tax  CNNMoney
  3. Amazon ‘Questions’ Its Growth In Seattle After City Passes Watered-Down Tax to Help Homeless  Fortune
  4. After Amazon opposition, Seattle passes compromise tax to fund homeless services  Washington Post
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Kim Jong-un shows human side as he expresses ‘bitter sorrow’ over bus crash

Kim Jong-un shows human side as he expresses ‘bitter sorrow’ over bus crashNorth Korean leader Kim Jong-un has met with Chinese survivors of a deadly coach crash and expressed “bitter sorrowâ€�, official media said, in reports which portray him as a compassionate, thoughtful leader. Kim featured on the front pages of at least one North Korean newspaper, clutching the hands of some of those injured in the accident in which 32 people died on Sunday. Kim “said that the unexpected accident brought bitter sorrow to his heart and that he couldn’t control his grief at the thought of the bereaved families who lost their blood relatives,” the official Korea Central News Agency reported. The news is a rare negative report to be carried by Pyongyang’s tightly-controlled media, but will do no harm to efforts to promote a more human side of the young leader ahead of crucial talks he will hold with leaders from South Korean and the United States. North Korean leader Kim Jong Un visits a hospital following a bus accident involving Chinese tourists in North Hwanghae province Credit: KCNA/Reuters Kim has overseen the massive expansion of North Korea’s military capabilities since he assumed power in 2011, but he has adopted a milder tone and has been burnishing an image as a responsible statesman recently. Such efforts culminated last week with a vow that his country would close its nuclear-test site and suspend long-range missile launches. The young leader was dressed in a white medical overcoat as he met with bed-ridden patients and held talks with doctors, appearing sombre and concerned. The North Korean leader said his people “take the tragic accident as their own misfortune”, KCNA added. Kims concern also reflects on the importance that Pyongyang places on its relationship with China. Kim visited Beijing last month, in what observers viewed as an attempt to enlist Chinese support ahead of talks with South Korean president Moon Jae-in on Friday, and a summit with US President Donald Trump in coming weeks. Kim also visited the Chinese embassy in Pyongyang following the accident, and the KCNA report twice mentioned Chinese officials thanking Kim for taking time out of his “busy” schedule to meet them following the crash. The accident occurred on Sunday when a bus crashed off a bridge in North Hwanghae Province. Four North Koreans were also killed.


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Jazz rout of Thunder proves chippy to bitter end

  1. Jazz rout of Thunder proves chippy to bitter end  ESPN
  2. Russell Westbrook is losing everything vs. Jazz, even trash-talk battle with Mitt Romney  USA TODAY
  3. Thunder vs. Jazz 2018 live results: Utah takes 3-1 lead on Oklahoma City  SB Nation
  4. Donovan Mitchell and the Jazz have OKC’s super-team-that-wasn’t teetering on the brink  Yahoo Sports
  5. NBA Playoffs live: Rockets dominate Wolves, Jazz-Thunder  NEWS.com.au
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N. Korean leader's 'bitter sorrow' after fatal China tourist crash

N. Korean leader's 'bitter sorrow' after fatal China tourist crashNorth Korea’s leader Kim Jong Un visited China’s embassy in Pyongyang to express his “bitter sorrow” after a bus crash killed dozens of Chinese tourists, state media reported early Tuesday. Thirty-two Chinese tourists and four North Koreans were killed when a bus plunged from a bridge in North Korea late Sunday, according to Chinese officials. In a rare admission of negative news from North Korea’s tightly controlled propaganda network, the state-run KCNA news agency ran a report saying Kim met the Chinese ambassador early Monday and later visited crash survivors in hospital.


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Panama court evicts Trump management from hotel in bitter spat

Panama court evicts Trump management from hotel in bitter spatA Panamanian court on Monday evicted the Trump management team from the Trump Ocean Club International Hotel and Tower in Panama City, in an apparent victory for the hotel’s majority owner, who has fought to regain control of the property. A few hours after a worker removed the Trump name from the property, the Trump Organization said in a statement that a Panamanian court had ordered the appointment of a temporary third-party administrator to manage the hotel, adding that it believes no final legal determination has been made. The Trump Organization also said it was “fully confident” it would ultimately prevail in the legal battle.


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