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  1. Lawsuit says deputies shared grisly Kobe Bryant photos
  2. For the first time, Netflix details its carbon footprint using DIMPACT tool, claiming one hour of streaming equates to a 75W ceiling fan running for four hours (Will Bedingfield/WIRED UK)
  3. Reuters: Oil drops for fifth straight day after U.S. inventories rise
  4. Families forced into a deadly spiral in Central African Republic
  5. Palestinians down another Israeli drone in Gaza
  6. Russia Set To Host Conference To Revive Afghan Peace Process
  7. US continues Trump-era hawkishness on Iran oil exports
  8. Zarif urges Muslim's unity in face of growing Islamophobia
  9. America’s Worst Drug Crisis Ever Is Causing The Streets Of Many U.S. Cities To Look Like A “Zombie Apocalypse” Has Arrived
  10. Warmonger Joe Biden Seems Quite Eager To Start A War With Russia
  11. Iranian Realtors in Washington
  12. Domestic extremism quickly ‘metastasizing’, US intelligence report warns
  13. Tokyo Games creative head quits over 'Olympig' insult
  14. U.S. Army Prepping Robotic Combat Vehicles for Big Test with Soldiers in 2022
  15. Zarif highlights need to eradicate extremism in Islamic World
  16. Philadelphia: Kensington Ave at Night
  17. Tsikhanouskaya Asks U.S. To Widen Sanctions To Include 'Wallets' Of Lukashenka
  18. Tokyo 2020 hit by another scandal over sexist comment
  19. Indonesian schoolgirls ‘bullied’ into religious clothing: Report
  20. Australia: Sex consent app proposal sparks backlash
  21. Lobbyist in $60 Million Ohio Bribery Probe Found Dead in Florida
  22. Company Offering Realtime Tracking Information For “Specific Cars In Nearly Any Country On Earth”
  23. ‘What we were afraid of’: Asian American women condemn attacks
  24. Sanaa Seif: Egypt rights activist jailed for 'spreading false news'
  25. Couple Sentenced to 32 Years in Prison for Torturing Daughter, 4, to Death and Burying Her in Desert
  26. Liberty Steel: Nationalise company if necessary, says Ed Miliband
  27. Moviegoers, rejoice! AMC to reopen nearly all US theatres Friday
  28. Asia's richest man, a bomb scare and a murder in India
  29. Covid: How ethnicity and wealth affect US vaccine rollout
  30. 'We need to reflect on why women still do most of the childcare'
  31. Q&A with Rest of World founder Sophie Schmidt and editor Louise Matsakis on training reporters around the world, covering non-Western tech, and more (Alex Kantrowitz/OneZero)
  32. Rebound therapy: The zero-gravity exercise that gets children screaming 'more'
  33. In pictures: Hidden depths of a life lived
  34. Edward Colston: Bristol's Dolphin School changed its emblem
  35. US Border: Risking everything for an American dream
  36. A more detailed explanation of the $10,200 unemployment exclusion
  37. Bill Gross on Inflation Expectations, Treasuries and Fed (Full Interview)
  38. Will Twitter put a warning label on this now that we know it’s #FakeNews?
  39. RAW VIDEO: Florida Man Arrested In **WILD** Confrontation With Deputy Who Saved His Life 6 Years Ago
  40. Covid-19: Sister 'written off' by do-not-resuscitate order
  41. Accountants: Government to break up dominance of Big Four firms
  42. ABC Reporter Jonathan Karl Makes Lame Excuses for Biden Hiding From White House Press
  43. Fed Announcement! Drum Roll … No Changes (Keeps Foot On The Monetary Pedal)
  44. Biden Calls On Preachers, Fauci Calls On Trump To Get Skeptics Of Vaccines On Board
  45. Substack has lost several writers who say they are concerned about editorial impartiality and whether the service is paying transphobic writers (Mark Stenberg/Adweek)
  46. Morgan Stanley becomes the first big U.S. bank to offer its wealthy clients access to bitcoin funds. Only allowing wealthier clients access
  47. No More Anal Probes? Non-invasive Skin Swabs Are Enough to Quickly Detect Covid-19, New Study Finds
  48. Virologist: ‘We Are Going to Pay Huge Price’ for COVID Mass Vaccination Campaign
  49. Do U.S. and UK have the world’s most-censored press?
  50. Tornado in Tuscaloosa, AL damages buildings and brings down trees and power lines.