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The United States has an & # 39; intelligence & # 39; problem

Let's talk about lying. They admitted to having no evidence, but 50 former US intelligence officials claimed that the leak of Hunter Biden's e-mail has "all the classic earmarks of a Russian information operation." No it does not. The Russians have easier, less falsifiable ways of circulating disinformation. In fact, nothing resembles the portable episode of Russian action that we …

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Berlin Tegel: Goodbye to the airport that would not die

(CNN) – While the impending opening of Berlin's long – delayed Brandenburg Airport will make many in the city breathe a sigh of relief, it also means the sad end of an era. When Brandenburg soars. in action, Berlin's Tegel Airport – a much-loved relic from the last century – will finally close for good. In reality, Tegel should have …

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With a 9-word Tweet reminding Delta that it's the only airline that does something every traveler can appreciate

As Covid-19 began to change the way we do just about everything, airlines were forced to take drastic steps to continue flying. Early flights were canceled, and the major airlines reduced the capacity of their flights. They implemented security measures such as wearing masks and cleaning planes between flights. In most cases, this also meant blocking the middle seat to …

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Who was the best? Ranking of Big Tech's product debuts

This is the online version of Data Sheet, Fortune's daily newsletter on the best technical news. Register here . Over the past month, Amazon unveiled all of its new Alexa goodies (including the crazy drone security camera), offered Google phones and speakers with new AI tricks, and Apple, well, Apple broke the bank to showcase new iPhones and a mini-speaker …

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United Airlines: There Are Easier Ways to Make Money (NASDAQ: UAL)

With the capital base now abolished, United (NASDAQ: UAL) should have sufficient liquidity to withstand any challenges in FY21, but the runway may not extend too far beyond that, in my view. UAL also remains exposed to great uncertainty regarding an international tourism recovery after COVID, which makes this a rather risky name to own. I like the management team …

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US records worst Covid-19 week since summer peak

The United States has gathered most of the new cases of coronavirus in a week since a major summer outbreak, and threatens to overwhelm hospitals in parts of the country just as voters go to the polls for one of the most controversial presidential elections in modern history. The hardest hit region in the last front continued to be the …

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The Arab-Israeli Peace Cascade – WSJ

President Donald Trump speaks while in a telephone conversation with leaders of Sudan and Israel in the Oval Office of the White House, October 23. Photo: Alex Brandon / Associated Press Middle East mistakes contributed to Republican defeats in 2008 and democratic defeats in 2016. If Donald Trump loses in 2020, it will be for different reasons. The US-brokered agreements …

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Boris Johnson used to be the Teflon man in British politics, and brushed off scandals, gaffs and mistakes. Not any more

Now Johnson's plans look ruined. He had wanted to use his personal enthusiasm for Brexit to give a new sense of optimism that Britain's future was brighter outside the EU. Free from the Brussels bureaucracy, Johnson's government promised to address the British socio-economic imbalance that somehow led to Brexit by "leveling" deprived areas. He also wanted to strengthen the bond …

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