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[22 Feb 2018 | Comments Off on How Brexit Has Put Citizen Safety in Play | ]

For the U.K., losing access to European security programs could have important consequences, Stephen Fidler writes.

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[22 Feb 2018 | Comments Off on Neanderthals Had a Creative Side, Cave Art Studies Suggest | ]

Neanderthals, once considered the low-brows of human evolution, may have been among the world’s first artists, creating cave paintings long before modern humanity arrived on the scene, scientists report in two new studies.

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[22 Feb 2018 | Comments Off on Senior FBI Official Expresses Concern About Lack of Public Trust | ]

A senior FBI official weighed in on recent criticism of the bureau, declining to respond directly to attacks from President Donald Trump and others but saying he is concerned about a loss of trust in the FBI.

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[22 Feb 2018 | Comments Off on Selling DowDuPont, Alibaba, Buying Netflix | ]

Xact, a unit of Handelsbanken, cut its investment in DowDuPont by over a third in the fourth quarter.

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[22 Feb 2018 | Comments Off on NRA Chief Defends Gun Rights in Wake of School Shooting | ]

Just over a week after the Florida school shooting, the NRA’s leader called for fortifying the nation’s schools and cast efforts to tighten gun laws as attacks on freedom.

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[22 Feb 2018 | Comments Off on West Virginia Teachers Strike Statewide | ]

Public-school teachers in West Virginia went on strike, shutting schools across the state, as unions rejected pay and benefits proposals by state lawmakers.

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[22 Feb 2018 | Comments Off on SpaceX Lifts Two of Its Own Prototype Satellites Into Orbit | ]

SpaceX launched into orbit a commercial payload with two prototype communications satellites intended to pave the way for an eventual constellation of thousands of similar internet-via-space satellites.

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[22 Feb 2018 | Comments Off on Tesla Begins Taking Model 3 Orders | ]

Tesla for the first time is notifying some reservation holders new to the electric-car brand that they can begin configuring and ordering their Model 3 sedan.

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[22 Feb 2018 | Comments Off on The Big Loophole That Helped Russia Exploit Facebook: Doctored Photos | ]

This use of doctored images was a crucial and deceptively simple technique to spread fabricated information during the 2016 election. Tech companies, which are under fire, struggle to screen for indications photos might have been distorted or taken out…

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[22 Feb 2018 | Comments Off on Merkel Calls on Iran, Russia to Curb Syria’s Assault | ]

German Chancellor Angela Merkel urged Russia and Iran to rein in Syrian forces’ offensive against a rebel-held suburb of Damascus, calling the attacks a massacre.