Global Immigration

“So how is the immigration debate going?” – Washington Post

“For the past two years, a running theme of Spoiler Alerts has been how Donald Trump is making liberal internationalism great again. ” Read More

“Trump’s latest big immigration bet is looking like a loser” – NBC News

“President Donald Trump is losing badly on immigration. Neither Mexico nor Congress is willing to pay for his promised border wall.” Read More

“Brexit: EU immigration to UK ‘to be slashed by 80%’ after we leave bloc” – The Independent

“The home secretary is said to have plans to cut European immigration by 80 per cent under stricter entry conditions after Brexit.” Read More


Russian Trolls Came for Instagram, Too” – New York Times

“In the wake of the 2016 election, Instagram — known as the home of preening influencers, artfully arranged grain bowls and Icelandic vacation photos — somehow escaped much of the scrutiny of other social networks.” Read More

“Google China: Has search firm put Project Dragonfly on hold?” – BBC Tech

“Google has reportedly “effectively ended” plans for a censored search engine in China. The Intercept, which revealed the existence of Project Dragonfly in August, says Google has been “forced to shut down a data analysis system it was using” to feed the project.” Read More

“Twitter warned of phone country code leak two years ago — but did nothing, security researcher says” – TechCrunch

“A security researcher found a bug in Twitter’s support form two years ago that exposed the country codes of phone numbers attached to user’s accounts.” Read More


“I Broke the Rule for Him”: How Emily Blunt and John Krasinski Became Hollywood’s Couple of the Year” – Hollywood Reporter

“As 2018 comes to a close with ‘Mary Poppins Returns,’ the married actors give a rare joint interview and reveal why they’ve kept their careers separate, the reason they made an exception for ‘A Quiet Place,’ and how they navigate marriage, parenthood, famous friends and the globe-trotting demands of modern stardom.” Read More

“The Price Is Right: Touring Sector Sees Growth by Finding What Fans Are Willing to Pay” – Billboard

“The year’s top 10 tours are up 25 percent year-over-year, with nearly all of them breaking the $100 million mark.” Read More

“Oscars: Academy Releases Nine Category Shortlists; ‘Girl’ Snubbed In Foreign Race Amid Backlash” – Deadline

“The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences has taken the very unusual step of releasing Oscars shortlists in nine categories at once for the first time ever. ” Read More


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