A normalization of violence: how cyberbullying began and how to fight it

Everyday on the internet, people disproportionately women, people of color and queer people are abused. How did we get here and what can we do about it? He must be disappointed by that typo in the first line of the email. That was my first thought when the following landed in my inbox: Dear Olivia, […]

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Hundreds brave long, cold lines to snap up Snapchat Spectacles in New York

Enthusiasm for Snapchats pop-up sale of video-capturing sunglasses bubbled into a second day as people camped out in hats, scarves and sweaters As temperatures dipped and high winds whistled down Manhattans Fifth Avenue on Tuesday hundreds waited in line for the chance to snap up this seasons must-have tech toy Snapchat Spectacles and the possibility […]

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Bruce Arena unveiled to little fanfare but USA hope second time’s a charm

Razzmatazz was in short supply, but after the turbulence of two debilitating defeats, the atmosphere at Bruce Arenas first press conference felt about right Bruce Arenas second coming passed with no fanfare or grandiose predictions. In a stale, uninspiring telephone conference, the 65 year-old described his delight and drive at

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Why Kara Walker’s incendiary slavery art is as relevant as ever

The artists bold new work, as seen in an exhibit at the Cleveland Museum of Art, has taken on a terrifying new prescience in the Trump era A certain set of expectations attend any exhibition of the work of Kara Walker, the 47-year old African American artist whose tough-minded, incendiary work on the gulf between […]

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Champions League roundup: Borussia Dortmund and Legia Warsaw set record

Marco Reus scored a hat-trick in a remarkable 8-4 win for Borussia Dortmund over Legia Warsaw Already-qualified Borussia Dortmund crushed Legia Warsaw 8-4 a record for the most goals in a Champions League match helped by a Marco Reus hat-trick. Dortmund scored five times in 15 minutes with Shinji Kagawa grabbing two goals while Reus, […]

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Pochettino gamble falls flat in Monaco and Spurs crash out after five games

Pochettino gamble falls flat in Monaco and Spurs crash out after five games It was the latest painful lesson Mauricio Pochettino and his Tottenham Hotspur players have been forced to endure on this Champions League journey and it was one that emphatically ruined their dream. The team poured blood, sweat and tears into qualifying for […]

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Luis Enrique gives Lionel Messi to Manchester City rumours short shrift

Luis Enrique has denied all knowledge of speculation linking Lionel Messi with Manchester City Luis Enrique has denied any knowledge of speculation linking Lionel Messi with Manchester City. Messi is expected to return to the Barcelona team for the Champions League match against Celtic in Glasgow on Wednesday, having missed the Celtic were swatted aside […]

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The presidential medal of freedom awards ceremony 2016 in pictures

Barack Obama chose 21 people from the worlds of sports, entrepreneurship, philanthropy, activism, academia and entertainment to award the medal Read more: https://www.theguardian.com/us-news/gallery/2016/nov/22/presidential-medal-of-freedom-awards-ceremony-2016-in-pictures

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Six killed in Tennessee elementary school bus crash

Chattanooga police said they would not identify the students who died until parents were notified. Six people were killed Monday when a Chattanooga, Tennessee school bus with 35 young children aboard crashed, turned on its side and wrapped around a tree, according to the district attorney. Hamilton County District Attorney Neal Pinkston told media outlets […]

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Wisconsin rules GOP gerrymandering violates Democrats’ rights

While court ruling has no bearing on the presidential election, in which Trump scored a surprise victory in the state, it could affect future US House races District judges have struck a blow against the practice of Nicholas Stephanopoulos, a professor at the University of Chicago law school, who argued the case in court. One […]

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