• Politics
    Deadline

    Donald Trump Claims Members Of His Golf Club Can Go Maskless Because They Came To Presser As “Peaceful” Protesters Of Media

    Donald Trump scheduled a last-minute press conference at his Bedminster, NJ, golf club on Friday evening, in part to threaten to sign an executive order if Democrats don't give in on demands for COVID-19 relief. But when members of the White House pool traveling with the president showed up, standing in the back of the […]

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  • Celebrity
    Variety

    Fans Petition to Remove Kylie Jenner From Cardi B and Megan Thee Stallion’s ‘WAP’ Video

    The release of Cardi B and Megan Thee Stallion's collaborative single "WAP" on Friday brought with it an equally vivacious music video, which has since sat at the top of YouTube's trending page. The video features a slew of famous guests: Normani, Rosalía, Mulatto, Sukihana, Rubi Rose and Kylie Jenner, who makes a dramatic 20-second […]

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  • Celebrity
    People

    Post Malone Updates His Look Thanks to Tattoo Artist and His Dentist: 'Epic Work Going Down'

    Post Malone recently fit in a tattoo appointment while at the dentist's office

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  • World
    The Telegraph

    Don't let your children use TikTok, former MI6 intelligence chief urges Government Ministers

    Government ministers must be wary of allowing their children to use the popular TikTok app for fear of exposing secrets to Chinese spies, a former MI6 chief has warned. TikTok is a Chinese video-sharing social-networking service owned by ByteDance, a Beijing-based internet technology company. Nigel Inkster, a former intelligence and operations director at the British Secret Intelligence Service, said the Beijing-owned app could serve as an “entry-point” for hackers backed by the Communist state. Mr Inkster, who left the service in 2006 and is now a leading expert on China’s cyber threat at the International Institute for Strategic Studies, warned China’s security services were adept at finding digital weak spots for high-profile targets from which to siphon off sensitive material. His comments come as US President Donald Trump announced sweeping legal restrictions on TikTok in the US, citing security concerns. The app has become a runaway success with children and teenagers in the past few years for its short dance and prank videos, and it now has roughly 800 million users worldwide. However, the app, which was created in 2018, is owned by the Beijing-based tech giant ByteDance, which comes under China’s sweeping security laws stating any company or citizen has to assist its security services. TikTok has repeatedly said that none of its users’ data is stored in China and it is not shared with the communist regime. However, Mr Inkster told The Telegraph that as long as TikTok was owned by a Chinese company the country’s security services potentially had a back door into its data. He warned the app could also serve as an entry point to prominent UK figures' online devices, even if on the phones of household members or relatives sharing the same wi-fi network.

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  • World
    AFP

    Rescuers shaken by 'blood and death' of India jet disaster

    Indian authorities had practised for years for a jet overshooting the "table-top" runway at Kozhikode airport, but local resident Fazal Puthiyakath was not prepared for the "blood and death" of the real thing. The 32-year-old businessman and his neighbours were first on the scene after an Air India Express plane crashed over the runway down a 10-metre (35-foot) bank and broke in two during a fierce storm late Friday, killing 18 people and injuring more than 120. Kozhikode airport in southern India's Kerala state is considered a potential hazard because it has a "table-top" runway with a steep bank at either end.

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  • Business
    Motley Fool

    Will the Worsening Lumber Shortage Derail Home Depot and Lowe's?

    Yet there's one area where the home improvement warehouses can't disguise a lack of merchandise -- their lumber departments. A recent visit to my local Home Depot found the lumber racks virtually picked clean, with just a few stray pieces of dimensional lumber scattered about. While sheet goods were somewhat better, pricing on even the cheapest grades of plywood were exorbitant, and it was like that at several of the area DIY centers I visited.

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