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PGA Tour Making Changes Amid Saudi Challenge

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Election 2022 Takeaways: Big Trump Win, Nev. Senate Race Set 

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US Considering Limiting Nicotine in Cigarettes 

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Brit star ‘doesn’t know what sportswashing is’ ahead of Saudi rematch

Anthony Joshua is refusing to be drawn on questions about Saudi Arabia's human rights record ...

Tips for Choosing the Right Winter Horse Rugs 

Proper equestrian equipment is essential for those who wish to take care proper of...

PGA Tour Making Changes Amid Saudi Challenge

https://ift.tt/IbFV03D PGA Golf Tour is considering changes to its calendar and boosted purses for...

Biden predicts ‘second pandemic’

US president has said there’s going to be a second pandemic and that the...

Pegasus used by at least 5 EU countries, NSO Group tells lawmakers

The Israeli spyware firm NSO Group on Tuesday told European lawmakers at least five EU countries have used its software and the firm has...

EU moves toward Russian lobbyist ban

Russian lobbyists are set to be banned from the EU institutions following action by the Council of the EU. Nearly four months and six rounds...

France accepts Google’s truce with publishers

PARIS — In the ongoing battle between Google and publishers, score one for the publishers. On Tuesday, France’s competition authority accepted legally binding commitments from...

Judges clip EU countries’ wings on collecting travel data

European Union countries can longer force airlines to hand over reams of passenger data — at least for flights within the 27-member bloc, according...

Elon Musk’s $44 Billion Twitter Deal Gets Board Endorsement

Twitter's board has recommended unanimously that shareholders approve the proposed $44 billion sale of the company to billionaire and Tesla CEO Elon Musk, according...

Investors Coping With Cryptocurrency Plunge 

“I’m in a cryptocurrency chat group at work,” software engineer Adam Hickey of San Diego, California told VOA. Over the last few days, Hickey said,...

Pegasus makers face EU grilling. Here’s what to ask them.

Spyware victims, meet spyware-makers. A key group of European Parliament members will Tuesday afternoon get their first shot at quizzing representatives of one of the...

Amid antitrust brawls, France’s competition chief stays in his lane

In a world of blockbuster antitrust enforcers, Benoît Cœuré is an anti-hero. Soft-spoken, bookish and with 10 years under his belt as a staid central...

Intel seeks €593M from Commission after court victory

Intel is seeking €593 million in interest from the European Commission after a record 2009 antitrust fine was annulled earlier this year, according to...

Crypto’s clout in US is imperiled as market melts down

WASHINGTON — Crypto’s growing influence in Washington is in danger of fading as the market collapses and the industry shrinks. Coinbase, a publicly traded exchange...

German Greens confirm top brass hit by cyberattack

The German Green party, which is part of the country’s governing coalition, confirmed that a cyberattack that hit its IT systems affected email accounts...

Abortion rights advocates in US prepare for a new wave of digital security threats

Abortion rights groups are using software that protects privacy and are honing other strategies to combat digital threats that they expect will worsen in...

Frances Haugen: From whistleblower to watchdog

Frances Haugen, a Facebook whistleblower, is ready for her second act. Nine months after the former project manager at the world’s largest social network published...

EU privacy chief bashes lack of GDPR enforcement against Big Tech

European Data Protection Supervisor Wojciech Wiewiórowski on Friday said there isn’t enough privacy enforcement against tech companies like Meta and Google, hinting at a...

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