Global Immigration

“Support for immigration is climbing under Trump, but the relationship may not be the one you’d think” – Washington Post

“One of the remarkable aspects of President Trump’s decision to allow funding to lapse for a large part of the government to secure money for a wall on the border with Mexico is how few people were persuaded by his crusade.” Read More

“PMO Head: Hungary Attacked for Immigration Policy in EU” – Hungary Today

“The European Parliament election campaign is not the forum to chew over the politically motivated Article 7 procedure launched against Hungary, a government official said in Bucharest.” Read More

“From Immigration To The Shutdown, State Of The Union Guests Carry Political Messages” – NPR

“The most important political issues of the past year will be on display Tuesday night, not only in what President Trump says in his State of the Union address, but in who will be in the audience.” Read More

Tech

“The Rise of the Robot Reporter” – New York Times

“As reporters and editors find themselves the victims of layoffs at digital publishers and traditional newspaper chains alike, journalism generated by machine is on the rise.” Read More

“Does Facebook get an unfair press?” – BBC Tech

“There was a grumble of resentment coming from the firm’s Menlo Park headquarters as it celebrated its 15th birthday.” Read More

“Revcontent names Omar Nicola as its new CEO” – TechCrunch

“Content recommendation company Revcontent has a new chief executive: Omar Nicola, formerly the co-founder of mobile advertising company Kixer.” Read More

Entertainment

“As ‘BlacKkKlansman’ Surges, It’s No Longer Spike Lee vs. the Oscars” – Hollywood Reporter

“Hollywood has never been a forgiving place for artists, least of all directors.” Read More

“Academy President Says Oscar Show Plans “Still In Flux” As Happy Nominees Gather At Luncheon Where No One Is A Loser – Yet” – Deadline

“After today’s 37th annual Oscar nominee luncheon, Academy president John Bailey told me decisions are still being made about this year’s 91st annual Academy Awards broadcast, and that it “is still in flux” — meaning there are still open questions regarding a number of areas including whether tradition will prevail and the four acting winners at last year’s show will be asked to present to the four new acting winners, as is almost always done with rare exceptions.” Read More

“Ariana Grande’s ‘7 Rings’ Spends Second Week Atop Billboard Hot 100, J. Cole’s ‘Middle Child’ Charges to Top Five” – Billboard

“Ariana Grande’s “7 Rings” tops the Billboard Hot 100 for a second week, leading the list dated Feb. 9, after debuting at No. 1 a week earlier.” Read More

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