‘We all participate’ – Edward Burtynsky on photographing the epic ravaging of Earth

The Guardian 09:09 13.04

From toxic lakes to stripped mountains, he is the great chronicler of eco atrocities – and his roots lie in Ukraine. The photographer talks about Putin, trauma and what will survive


What Are Your Questions About the Future of the Coronavirus?

NyTimes 09:06 13.04

We’ll bring your queries to experts and find some answers.


How conspiracy theory about Ukrainian ‘bioweapons labs’ took off

The Guardian 06:10 13.04

First it was just a tweet – but soon it had turned into a favourite Kremlin talking point. Journalist Justin Ling charts how a false claim about biological warfare spread across the internet and the world


I can’t eat childcare or lower taxes. Australians in poverty have been thrown to the wolves by both parties | Melissa Fisher

The Guardian 06:10 13.04

No one cares about us until the economy needs to be stimulated. We are used to do it then abandoned again


‘Liars and lawbreakers’: what the papers say about Johnson’s Partygate fine

The Guardian 06:10 13.04

The front pages offer differing perspectives on fines issued to Boris Johnson and Rishi Sunak over Covid breaches


Black Lives Matter leaders condemn allegations of mismanaged funds

NBC News 06:06 13.04

Patrisse Cullors and Melina Abdullah defended BLM's decision to buy a $6 million home in California amid concerns about the organization's finances.


Opinion | Inflation Is About to Come Down — but Don’t Get Too Excited

NyTimes 06:06 13.04

The bullwhip is flicking back.


RS Recommends: Our Ultimate Guide to the Best Vacuum Cleaners for Every Kind of Mess

Rolling Stone 06:02 13.04

From lightweight cordless sticks, to robot vacuums you can schedule with your voice, here’s everything you need to know about the best vacuums online right now


Elon Musk sued by investor over delayed Twitter filing

NBC News 03:07 13.04

Musk saved about $143 million by staying quiet about his Twitter stake and purchasing more shares after a required disclosure date, according to the lawsuit.


Opinion | How a new vaccine could change how we think about herpes — and people like me

NBC News 03:07 13.04

While being infected with the virus is common and technically not a big deal, the word herpes is near synonymous with dirty.


The Cellar review – property nightmare as social media mavens suffer

The Guardian 00:12 13.04

When a couple who’ve got rich on 21st-century algorithms move into an abandoned mansion, the gods of horror quickly set about payback


Elon Musk is no free speech messiah

Vox 00:10 13.04

According to Musk, free speech costs about $3 billion.


Florida student goes viral after giving classmates an LGBTQ history lesson

NBC News 00:07 13.04

A history lesson about the 1969 Stonewall uprising, given by high school student Will Larkins, went far beyond the 17-year-old’s Florida classroom. 


Fentanyl drives spike in teen overdose deaths, despite drug use falling to new low

NBC News 00:07 13.04

"This is really about drug use becoming more dangerous, not more common," one researcher said.


Welcome Back to the Office. Isn’t This Fun?

NyTimes 21:04 12.04

Tech companies really want their employees to be happy — or at least less annoyed — about returning. So they’re providing concerts, food trucks and other perks.


“It’s close to a miracle”: how prog-doom magicians MWWB faced down tragedy and pulled through

Louder 18:17 12.04

Welsh prog-doomsters MWWB were about to release their new album when guitarist Paul ‘Dave’ Davies was hospitalised and nearly died. What followed was a year of agony, anxiety and ultimately hope


The Cellar review – nemesis for social networkers

The Guardian 18:14 12.04

When a couple who’ve got rich on 21st-century algorithms move into an abandoned mansion, the gods of horror quickly set about payback


The coastal grandmother: easy, breezy, laid-back yet immaculate – are you ready for the latest on-trend lifestyle?

The Guardian 18:14 12.04

Imagine Diane Keaton unpacking her farmers’ market bags. It’s all about relaxed, mature luxury, featuring pottery, hydrangeas and at least one bowl of lemons


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