Updated 4:36 pm CST, Wednesday, December 19, 2018 An artwork by street artist and social commentator Banksy is seen on a garage in Port Talbot, Wales, Wednesday Dec. 19, 2018. A video posted to his official Instagram account on Wednesday afternoon had close-ups of the piece, that references the town's air pollution. (Twitter/@RHoneyJones via AP) less An artwork by street artist and social commentator Banksy is seen on a garage in Port Talbot, Wales, Wednesday Dec. 19, 2018. A video posted to his official Instagram account on Wednesday afternoon had ... more Photo: Rachel Honey-Jones, AP Photo: Rachel Honey-Jones, AP Image 1 of / 3 Caption Close Image 1 of 3 An artwork by street artist and social commentator Banksy is seen on a garage in Port Talbot, Wales, Wednesday Dec. 19, … [Read more...] about Banksy’s new artwork in Wales: A comment on air pollution?
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Sarah Dilorenzo and Mauricio Savarese, Associated Press Updated 12:53 pm PST, Tuesday, November 6, 2018 Judge Sergio Moro leaves a meeting with President-elect Jair Bolsonaro, outside Bolsonaro's home in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, Thursday, Nov. 1, 2018. Bolsonaro has said he wants Moro to be justice minister or to fill the next vacancy on the Supreme Federal Tribunal, Brazil's top court. Moro told the AP in a statement earlier this week he was honored and considering the possibilities. less Judge Sergio Moro leaves a meeting with President-elect Jair Bolsonaro, outside Bolsonaro's home in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, Thursday, Nov. 1, 2018. Bolsonaro has said he wants Moro to be justice minister or to ... more Photo: Silvia Izquierdo, AP President-elect Jair Bolsonaro waves at a ceremony to celebrate the 30th anniversary of Brazil’s constitution at the National Congress, in Brasilia, Brazil, Tuesday, Nov. 6, … [Read more...] about Brazil judge denies cabinet post a reward for jailing Lula
source The White House US President Donald Trump continued to blast away at Google on Wednesday, as he accused Google of showing favoritism to former President Barack Obama’s administration. Trump posted a video to his Twitter page that alleges that Google promoted Obama’s State of the Union addresses multiple times on its homepage, but has not done the same for his own addresses. He posted the video with a hashtag, “#StopTheBias.” It’s not immediately clear if the video was created by the Trump administration, or if it was made by a third party and shared by the President. The video was posted a day after Trump criticized Google multiple times on Tuesday, accusing the company of rigging search results to silence conservative media outlets and make his administration look bad. During an afternoon meeting in the Oval Office on Tuesday, Trump claimed that the search company was “really taking advantage of a lot of … [Read more...] about President Trump posts a video accusing Google of not promoting his State of the Union address with a ‘#StopTheBias’ hashtag
PUBLISHED: 17:46 01 June 2018 | UPDATED: 17:51 01 June 2018 Amy Smith and Thomas Chapman Stephen Ardley. Photo: Archant library. A Conservative councillor has been suspended after he allegedly posted Islamophobic comments about the Mayor of London Sadiq Khan on Facebook. Stars of Lowestoft and Waveney awards evening 2016. Stephen Ardley PHOTO: Nick Butcher Stephen Ardley, deputy leader of Waveney District Council and a Suffolk county councillor, allegedly said it was “unbelievable” that a Muslim had been elected as mayor. Mr Ardley’s comment on a Facebook post, believed to have been posted two years ago, said: “I think it’s unbelievable that a Muslim was actually elected the mayor of this great Christian country - oh wait he’s labour so the blind leading the blind just vote red and left.” Mr Ardley has been suspended by the Conservative Party, pending an investigation. Conservative councillor Mark Bee, leader of Waveney District … [Read more...] about Conservative councillor suspended for allegedly posting Islamophobic comments on Facebook
Why do we have a comments section?Comments sections get a bad rap: Everyone is familiar with the adage "Don't read the comments," and that didn't become a common refrain because comments sections are full of hugs and puppies. Even so, there are some genuinely interesting conversations happening in our comments section, from personal experiences with gadgets to incredibly technical explanations of hardware, and we're often impressed by what you have to say.Commenting basics: features and functionsFirst, a few technical details. While the basics of logging in and posting a comment are largely the same as they've always been, there are a few handy features in our current system that are worth highlighting.Editing and deleting. The options to edit or delete your comment can be found in a drop-down menu; the arrow for the drop-down menu appears when you mouse over the upper-right area of your comment. (Mousing over the upper-right of someone else's comment will allow you to report that … [Read more...] about How to be a human being in the comments: A refresher