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Fiji Times (Fiji) 01/23/2020 18:45
FIJI Airways says it is taking steps to ensure its crew members operate in a safe environment by updating them with the required information in regards to the deadly coronavirus. The deadly virus has so far claimed 17 lives in Wuhan, China, infected more than 570 people in China and spread to about six countries. […]
Deeplinks 01/23/2020 18:41
We're taking part in , a series of actions and discussions supporting key principles that should guide copyright policy. Every day this week, various groups are taking on different elements of copyright law and policy, addressing what's at stake and what we need to do to make sure that copyright promotes creativity and innovation. What if a single parking ticket carried a fine of up to a year's salary? What if there were no way to know consistently how much the fine would be before you got it? And what if any one of thousands of private citizens could decide to write you a ticket? What would happen? People would start avoiding public parking and stay home more often. Business would decline. The number of false or unfair tickets would rise.
The Atlantic 01/23/2020 18:31
It’s Thursday, January 23. In today’s newsletter: All the president’s talking points. Plus: Is a Senate impeachment trial that’s called no witnesses unconstitutional? *. « TODAY IN POLITICS ». (FABRICE COFFRINI / AFP / GETTY). Trump’s Favorite Impeachment Defenses. President Donald Trump has a whole lot of talking points he turns to fire back against impeachment—from “a perfect phone call” to simply blasting any quid-pro-quo allegations as a “hoax.” But maybe his favorite defense of all, and one that his fellow Republicans have co-opted, is that Democrats are trying to overturn the 2016 election. David Graham tears down this line of thinking:. The sound bite is shorthand that is easily understood—or perhaps easily misleads. Most crucially, it pr.
ETF Trends 01/23/2020 18:30
The Big Number December’s seasonally adjusted annualized rate of U.S. housing starts. What this means U.S. housing starts were at their highest level in 13 years last month, according to a report from the U.S. Housing and Urban Development and Commerce Department. The positive report points to the housing industry’s continued recovery from the Great [...]. .

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