Global Immigration

Fact-checking President Trump’s Oval Office address on immigration” – Washington Post

“The first misleading statement in President Trump’s Oval Office address Tuesday night came in the first sentence.” Read More

“Trump’s border claims once again overplay his hand on immigration” – USA Today

“In 2017, the last year for which the FBI has compiled data, there were 17,284 instances of murder and non-negligent manslaughter in the USA.” Read More

“The UK just hiked visa prices for non-EU migrants as part of a clampdown on immigration ahead of Brexit” – Business Insider

“After new rules came into effect today, all UK visas with a validity of over six months now cost twice as much for non-EU migrants, following a decision by the British government to double the Immigration Health Surcharge.” Read More

Tech

“Who Wants a Market Downturn? These Investors Actually Do” – New York Times

“Vini Letteri, a managing director at KKR who invests in tech companies, had a slow 2018.” Read More

“Facebook is the new crapware” – TechCrunch

“Welcome to 2019 where we learn Facebook  is the new crapware.” Read More

“Zuckerberg plans public tech discussions” – BBC Tech

“Mark Zuckerberg is to hold a series of public discussions on the subject of technology and its future in society.” Read More

Entertainment

“120 Movies, $13 Billion in Box Office: How Samuel L. Jackson Became Hollywood’s Most Bankable Star” – Hollywood Reporter

“The box office king and Trump golf antagonist beat a crack addiction to build a film career unrivaled in modern stardom, and the 70-year-old ‘Glass’ actor aims to work well into his 80s — if Marvel and the rest of Hollywood can afford him: “I’m a gunslinger now.” Read More

“BAFTA Nominations: ‘The Favourite’ Leads; Love For ‘Roma’, ‘Star Is Born’, ‘Bohemian Rhapsody’, ‘First Man’ & More – Full List” – Deadline

BAFTA has revealed its nominations for this year’s EE British Academy Film Awards with Fox Searchlight’s The Favourite from Yorgos Lanthimos leading the list of contenders at 12. ” Read More

“Cardi B and Drake Lead iHeartRadio Music Awards 2019 Nominees” – Billboard

“iHeartMedia and Fox Broadcasting Company announced Wednesday (Jan. 9) the nominees for the sixth annual iHeartRadio Music Awards.” Read More

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