Global Immigration

Why President Trump has won the immigration standoff, even if he doesn’t get wall funding” – Washington Post

“The prolonged political showdown over an unpopular border wall is unlikely to end with a green light from Congress for concrete or steel-slatted construction. ” Read More

“Immigration groups press for pairing Dreamer benefits with border security” – The Hill

“Immigration proponents, including more than 50 “Dreamers,” are scheduled to converge on Capitol Hill this week to press lawmakers on supporting a border security measures paired with protections for immigrants.” Read More

“Trump Signals Shift on Legal Immigration” – Wall Street Journal

“President Trump has repeatedly expressed support for legal immigration this month, suggesting a change of course for his administration.” Read More

Tech

“The Next Wave of ‘Unicorn’ Start-Ups” – New York Times

“Technology start-ups worth $1 billion, once as rare as unicorns, are now plentiful enough and old enough that there’s a new generation behind them — one that looks very different.” Read More

“What to expect from Mobile World Congress 2019” – TechCrunch

I’ve said it before, and I’ll say it again: 2019 just might be the year that smartphones get fun again. After years of similar form factors and slight upgrades, the mobile industry’s back is against the wall.” Read More

“Paris to sue Airbnb over ‘illegal ads'” – BBC Tech

“The city of Paris is suing Airbnb for €12.5m (£11m) over 1,000 adverts for what it says are illegal rentals.” Read More

Entertainment

“Grammys 2019 Winners: The Complete List” – Billboard

“The 61st annual Grammy Awards are a wrap! Find all the night’s winners below.” Read More

“Grammys: Childish Gambino Makes History With Record of the Year Win” – Hollywood Reporter

“Childish Gambino took home one of the Recording Academy’s biggest awards, record of the year, for his song “This Is America” at the Grammy Awards on Sunday. He’s the first rapper to win the honor.” Read More

“Grammy Ratings Steady With 2018 In Early Results For Music’s Biggest Night” – Deadline

Michelle Obama kicked things off last night at the 61st Grammy Awards after some “Havana” sizzle, then Lady Gaga continued her Taylor Swift-shocked victory look tour and Ariana Grande won but very clearly wasn’t in the house.” Read More

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