Apple should do more to combat smartphone addiction, insists iPod-Father Tony Fadell

  1. Apple should do more to combat smartphone addiction, insists iPod-Father Tony Fadell  AppleInsider
  2. Former iPod Chief Tony Fadell Believes Apple Should Tackle Smartphone Addiction  Mac Rumors
  3. Tony Fadell is worried about smartphone addiction  TechCrunch
  4. The iPhone changed our lives. Now Apple needs to tackle addiction  Wired.co.uk
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EPA confirms existence of emails about pay raises, but insists there is no evidence Pruitt knew about them

  1. EPA confirms existence of emails about pay raises, but insists there is no evidence Pruitt knew about them  CNN
  2. We Asked Senators If They Want To Use Lights And Sirens To Beat Traffic Like Scott Pruitt  HuffPost
  3. For people of color, the next elections could mean life or death  The Hill
  4. An Internal Email Contradicts Scott Pruitt’s Account of Controversial Raises  The Atlantic
  5. Please leave EPA’s Scott Pruitt alone, he’s trying to kill seagulls  Chicago Tribune
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Friend Insists Family-of-8 Wouldn't Drive Off Cliff on Purpose Despite Police Suggestion Otherwise

  1. Friend Insists Family-of-8 Wouldn’t Drive Off Cliff on Purpose Despite Police Suggestion Otherwise  PEOPLE.com
  2. The troubling past of a family whose car plunged off a cliff  CNN
  3. Where are the Hart children? Investigators retrace route of doomed family who plunged off cliff  Fox News
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Australia insists no discrimination after 'persecuted whites' S. Africa outrage

Australia insists no discrimination after 'persecuted whites' S. Africa outrageAustralia insisted its humanitarian program was non-discriminatory Friday after South Africa reacted furiously to suggestions “persecuted” white farmers could be fast-tracked into the country, as the minister involved was called a racist. Home Affairs Minister Peter Dutton sparked controversy by singling out the farmers’ need to flee “horrific circumstances” for a “civilised country”. According to police, 74 farmers were murdered between 2016 and 2017 in South Africa, which has one of the world’s highest crime rates.


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