Global Immigration

“How Nationalists Are Joining Together to Tear Europe Apart” – Time

“When the Nobel Committee awarded its annual Peace Prize in 2012, the betting markets had predicted a laureate involved with the Arab Spring. Almost no one expected the prize to go to a fusty institution that had transformed a continent of war to one of peace–the European Union.” Read More

“Immigration policy legal challenges? Advisers urge Trump to ignore setbacks, charge ahead” – USA Today

“From the start, President Donald Trump has pushed right up against the legal limit with his policies to halt the flow of migrants across the southern border.” Read More

U.S. asylum process is at the center of Trump’s immigration ire” – Washington Post

“President Trump’s rising frustration with the influx of migrants across the U.S. southern border has increasingly focused on the U.S. asylum system, as he alleges that applicants are carrying out a “big fat con job” to gain entry to the country and that U.S. laws offering protection from persecution are hampering his efforts to protect the nation from illegal immigration.” Read More

Tech

“The creation of the algorithm that made the first black hole image possible was led by MIT grad student Katie Bouman” – TechCrunch

“The development of the algorithm that made it possible to create the first image ever of a black hole was led by computer scientist Katie Bouman while she was still a graduate student at MIT. Bouman shared a photo on Facebook of herself reacting as the historical picture was processing.” Read More

“Smart speaker recordings reviewed by humans” – BBC Tech

“Amazon, Apple and Google all employ staff who listen to customer voice recordings from their smart speakers and voice assistant apps.” Read More

“Uber Is Said to Aim for I.P.O. Valuation of Up to $100 Billion” – New York Times

“Uber gave the first sign of how big its highly anticipated initial public offering might be, telling some investors that its stock sale might value it at up to $100 billion, people briefed on the matter said.” Read More

Entertainment

“Fox News, The TV Show: On Set and Inside Showtime’s Battle to Bring Roger Ailes “Back From the Dead” – Hollywood Reporter

“Russell Crowe is unrecognizable as Ailes and Naomi Watts as his nemesis Gretchen Carlson in ‘The Loudest Voice,’ the controversial series exploring the rise to power and swift fall of an abusive news pioneer who changed America: “Without Ailes, there is definitely no Trump.” Read More

“‘Avengers: Infinity War’ Leads Superhero-Filled Blockbuster Tournament: The Data Behind The Dollars” – Deadline

“In the sixth-year running of Deadline’s Most Valuable Blockbuster Tournament, it’s Anthony and Joe Russo who get to climb the ladder and cut the net after directing 2018’s most profitable movie. DisneyMarvel’s Avengers: Infinity War earned $500M after a $1.27 billion global B.O. take.” Read More

“How 21 Savage Is Balancing Art and Activism After ICE Scare” – Billboard

“As the sun and clouds play hide-and-seek on a brisk March morning, three black SUVs pull up to Camp Jewell House Academy, a private school located in the Atlanta suburb of Decatur, Ga. A handful of school officials rush out to meet today’s guest of honor: rapper 21 Savage, who’s about to give students the surprise of their lives — or at least the most riveting lecture they’ll ever get about saving money.” Read More

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