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  1. Does size matter for Britain's shrinking Army?
  2. The Simpsons creator Matt Groening on equality, memes and monorails
  3. Senegal's teenage jockey races to fame
  4. Motera: The world's largest cricket stadium to host India-England Test
  5. Priyanka Dewan: The roller-skating star who beat disability stigma
  6. CEO Secrets: 'My billion pound company has no HR department'
  7. Walker Swamp: The mission to restore an Australian wetland
  8. Budget 2021: 'I've been furloughed twice in one year'
  9. Sources: the founder of Acronym, which backs Courier Newsroom, is forming a nonpartisan entity to scale up Courier sites, and insulate staff from claims of bias (Theodore Schleifer/Vox)
  10. Fashion designer Alexander Wang accused of sexual assault
  11. Romney Admits What We Already Know, Trump Will Win Nomination In 2024 If He Runs Again…
  12. Facebook's Australia news ban shows tech giants don't mind giving up money to appease regulators and business, but will not give up control over platforms (Joshua Benton/Nieman Lab)
  13. Kerry Stokes' Seven West Media announces it has signed a letter of intent to provide news to Facebook; sources say Nine and News Corp deals are expected soon (Australian Financial Review)
  14. BBC, Reuters Caught Running Secret IO
  15. Johnson has LGBT+ 'blind spot', says peer
  16. Rape social media posts: How speaking out got twin sisters sued
  17. I’ve no idea who made this wee video, but it’s bloody funny.
  18. Meghan McCain Says Neera Tanden Punched A Reporter…
  19. WATCH: Trump speaks after Tiger Woods injured in car crash
  20. Every Lie The Left Told About DeSantis Was Actually True Of Cuomo…
  21. The Papers: 'Faster path to freedom' and stamp duty 'to be extended'
  22. Dr. Cornel West vs. Harvard University
  23. Western Wall Stones Get ‘Injection’ Before Passover
  24. Iranian regime shoots fuel traders causing revolt in Saravan
  25. Overthrowing Communism
  26. Visualizing Extreme Poverty by Country
  27. Ron Paul is a legend
  28. BANKERS WARN: WEIMAR HYPERINFLATION IS COMING TO THE U.S.
  29. Technically Speaking: Blowing Up The “Everything Bubble”
  30. Black Only News Channel Looks To Shake Up News…
  31. Officials to resign from Texas power grid operator after outages
  32. Oatly looks to raise money in stock market float
  33. Protests by outraged refugees close UNRWA food distribution points in Gaza
  34. Snap says it expects 50%+ revenue growth YoY over the next several years and that Snapchat Stories has become its largest revenue stream; stock up 11% (Todd Spangler/Variety)
  35. Gérard Depardieu: Rape investigation into French actor
  36. Facebook and Google 'too powerful', says watchdog boss
  37. Britons rush to book holidays after plan to ease coronavirus restrictions revealed
  38. Jewish Youth in Spain Urge Madrid University to Expel Neo-Nazi Activist Who Delivered Antisemitic Rant at Far Right Rally
  39. President and Jewish Community at Pennsylvania College Condemn ‘Hateful’ Antisemitic Video Involving Student
  40. Tiger Woods suffers leg injuries in California car crash
  41. Amnesty Pulls Navalny's 'Prisoner Of Conscience' Status Over 'Hate Speech'
  42. UN Rapporteur: Iran Tried To 'Mislead' After Shooting Down Ukraine Passenger Jet
  43. US Capitol insurrection: Security chiefs blame bad intelligence for deadly breach
  44. Sources: AT&T is nearing a deal to sell a minority stake in DirecTV, AT&T TV Now, and U-Verse to private-equity firm TPG, valuing the businesses around $15B (Alex Sherman/CNBC)
  45. Hillary Clinton to publish State of Terror novel
  46. Tiger Woods injured in car crash in California
  47. Leeds 3-0 Southampton: Patrick Bamford helps Whites to victory over Saints
  48. Jo Whiley: Sister's 'huge thank you' in Covid fight
  49. Moldovan Constitutional Court Blocks President's Effort To Force New Elections
  50. Tehran, Dushanbe stress coop. in fight against terrorism