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'Dark kitchens': Are they the future of takeaways?  

We take a look inside a hidden-away kitchen making takeaways customers can only access via an app.

Another cyclone expected to hit Mozambique on Thursday  

Another tropical cyclone is expected to make landfall on Mozambique's coast on Thursday, just over a month after a more powerful storm struck the Mozambican port city of Beira further south and killed hundreds of people.

Bajrang Punia, Praveen Rana enter final in Asian Wrestling C'ship   40%

World No.1 Bajrang comfortably defeated Uzbekistan’s Sirojiddin Khasanov 12-1 in the semifinals to make it to the gold medal bout of 65kg.

Who are the Avengers and what is Endgame all about?   20%

22 movies in the making: everything you need to know to get ready for Avengers: Endgame.

Lok Sabha elections 2019: Free up political space in Bengal   7%

All voters must be allowed to exercise free choice. At the same time, the BJP must be careful when it makes accusations, meet the test of accuracy, and not misuse any central institutions.

'They chucked bits of rag on the bed and we had enough to make the flag': the war is over  

The word went out that red, white and blue material was needed to make an Australian flag.

UPDATE 3-Another cyclone expected to hit Mozambique on Thursday  

Another tropical cyclone is expected to make landfall on Mozambique's coast on Thursday, just over a month after a more powerful storm struck the Mozambican port city of Beira further south and killed hundreds of people.

Elon Musk Predicts Tesla Driverless Taxi Fleet Next Year   50%

A Tesla delivery site in Norway. Tesla’s chief executive, Elon Musk, says the company is on the verge of making cars that can drive themselves safely on any road.

Bob Hepburn: Doug Ford: a premier For the (Rich) People   50%

The premier’s actions show he is for the wealthy, not the needy, by making cuts to services that help the disadvantaged.

Elizabeth Warren's plan to end student debt is glorious. We can make it a reality | Astra Taylor   21%

We fully support the 2020 nominee’s student debt relief proposal. But to make it happen, we’ll need to kick our efforts into higher gear

This week, Elizabeth Warren, who is running for the 2020 Democratic nomination for president, announced a proposal to cancel student debt for millions of people and make public college free. This is a stunning, visionary plan that would transform our educational system and dramatically improve millions of people’s lives.

But like every other progressive proposal now being touted by presidential hopefuls, from Medicare for All to the Green New Deal, the call for debt relief and free education first came from the grassroots. And if we want a real student debt jubilee to actually happen – to go from policy paper to reality – the grassroots will need to continue to push for it. Fortunately, it’s a battle that can be won.

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The Best Maple Leafs Forward Might Not Be Who You Think He Is  

Mitch Marner after scoring a goal in December. He finished 11th in the N.H.L. in points with 94, making him the youngest Maple Leaf to record 90 points, at age 21.

The curse of Artificial Intelligence   26%

AI is not presently suited to making judgement calls. Until we create systems that do an excellent job of excising the bias and retaining the useful historical data about us and our lives, AI left unchecked is more of a risk than a benefit to society

Stephen McDonnell urges 'common sense' officiating following Oval dismissal  

Stephen McDonnell saw red last night at The Oval and he's called on Irish League referees to apply 'common sense' in their decision making.

How museums are learning from kids  

The idea of making museums interactive for children has been around for decades. Now experts in the field say the idea of a more hands-on experience for museumgoers is spreading to institutions not just aimed at pint-size patrons.

Burglary suspects hide inside CVS store ceiling and column, but can't escape from Wharton police   5%

A third suspect managed to make his way into a concrete column located outside of the store by travelling through the ceiling inside.

Report: ExxonMobil in talks on natural gas deal in Israel   17%

Energy giant eyes selling gas from Leviathan drilling site in markets not accessible by pipeline, sources tell Bloomberg, making it first oil major to operate in the country

Dine al fresco at 18 must-visit new restaurant patios in Houston   50%

Where to make the most of prime outdoor-dining season.

Between anti-vaxxers and anti-Semitism: N.Y.C.s Orthodox Jews' war against measles   -22%

Relating anti-vaxxers to Judaism is ‘fake news,’ Jewish community leaders in Brooklyn tell Haaretz. So why is the outbreak being treated as a ‘Jewish issue,’ and will Passover make matters worse?

Voluntourism's Dark Side: The Scam of Fake Orphanages in Cambodia   11%

Thousands of children in Cambodia live in orphanages even though their parents are still alive. Some of the institutions exist solely to make money from tourists. Now, efforts are being made to reunite the families, but that is easier said than done.

A baby was born with nearly no skin. Doctors are fighting to keep him alive.   30%

Doctors believe Ja’bari Gray was born with a rare genetic condition called epidermolysis bullosa that makes his skin appear translucent, or even non-existent.

Sayed Kashua: A 'dancing Arab,' caught between two worlds   60%

After making his mark in Haaretz, three books and a popular TV show, Sayed Kashua will see his work featured on the silver screen.

Review: The Man Who Killed Don Quixote Brings Him Back to Life   -10%

Adam Driver, left, and Jonathan Pryce in “The Man Who Killed Don Quixote,” a film that the director Terry Gilliam has been trying to make for decades.

Meet the star tailor of the Cannes Film Festival   16%

Everyone knows France's Cannes Film Festival, but few are aware that hundreds of "little hands" work hard to make it come alive every year. Aline, the head of a sewing school, makes sure that all the celebrities look perfect in their outfits on the red carpet. For the past 15 years, she has been the one everyone calls when there is a little emergency stitching to do. FRANCE 24 went to meet her.

Scottish independence: Nicola Sturgeon to give update on indyref2 plans   25%

The first minister will make a statement to parliament on Wednesday - just days ahead of the SNP conference.

Elizabeth Warren proposes canceling student loan debt and offering free public college   7%

Sen. Elizabeth Warren of Massachusetts is unveiling a proposal to wipe out student debt for millions of borrowers, making her the only major 2020 presidential candidate to advance such an ambitious plan to relieve the growing burden of higher-education loans on Americans and the economy.

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Tesla's Elon Musk expects 'robotaxis' to start in US next year  

The electric carmaker entrepreneur makes a new promise on driverless vehicles.

Storm won't make rash changes but Bellamy demands defence shapes up   24%

Storm coach Craig Bellamy won't be making any rash changes to his right edge but he wants the defence on that side of the field to improve for their Anzac clash with New Zealand Warriors on Thursday night.

Katie Lowes, Adam Shapiro, Darren Criss, Lea Michele take part in A Grand Night gala   30%

For Katie Lowes and Adam Shapiro, appearing onstage together at Tuesday’s “A Grand Night” benefit for Center Theatre Group, was a labor of love for the couple.

“We’re making our Ahmanson stage debut tonight — together,” the “Scandal” actress said in a conversation during the event’s cocktail hour....

Allegations against CJI: Ex-SC staffer expresses reservations over composition of inquiry panel   25%

The former woman staffer of the Supreme Court, who made allegations of sexual harassment against Chief Justice of India Ranjan Gogoi, expressed reservations on Wednesday over the composition of the panel entrusted to make in-house inquiry.

City skipper Jamieson can't wait to end Victory's title reign  

Scott Jamieson, Melbourne City's skipper, makes no bones about who he would prefer to play in the finals.

Washington state Senate passes vaccine bill in rebuke to anti-vaxxers   -55%

The bill, a response to the worst measles outbreak in two decades, would make it harder for parents to opt their children out of shots.

A Young Chef, and a Stunning Comeback  

The chef Kwame Onwuachi at his restaurant Kith and Kin, in Washington, D.C., where he makes homey Afro-Caribbean food and explores the culinary legacy of the African diaspora.

Hurricane Michael Was A Category 5, NOAA Finds The First Since Andrew In 1992  

With winds of 160 mph, the October hurricane was the strongest on record to make landfall on the Florida Panhandle, where communities are still trying to recover. NOAA upgraded it from a Category 4.

Impeachment? Democrats cant decide   -16%

In typical fashion, Democrats can't make up their minds on impeachment.


Manchester City weigh up bid for Benficas 60m-rated midfielder Florentino Lus   2%

• 19-year-old has only played four times for Benfica first team
• Paris St-Germain have already had one bid turned down

Manchester City are considering making an offer for Benfica’s defensive midfielder Florentino Luís.

The 19-year-old has just broken into the first team but already has a release clause of €60m. Benfica are hoping the teenager will sign a new contract soon to increase the clause to over €100m.

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Paralympics GB stunned after Yokohama hotels demand payment for accessibility   17%

• Paralympics GB team hit with ‘huge headache’ for training camp
• Senior figure says hotels have shown a ‘total lack of interest’

British Paralympic officials say they were left stunned when hotels near their training camp for the 2020 Games demanded they pay to make rooms accessible for wheelchair athletes – and then pay again to convert them back afterwards.

One senior figure said there had been a “total lack of interest” from hotels they had contacted in Yokohama when it came to helping the British Paralympic team, who will make their final preparations in the city for Tokyo 2020. Another source said the problem had been a “huge headache” for more than 18 months.

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Zidane says Madrid set to make changes after poor season   17%

Zinedine Zidane says that Real Madrid is set for changes this summer after a disappointing season. “All my players are important and good, but we are going to make changes,” the Madrid

Clowns watching clowns on screen  

Suspension of Disbelief, the latest show at Mark Hachem Gallery, delves into what makes the viewer accept the often unrealistic premise of a film, the impact it leaves on a viewer and the psychology of entertainment.

Cooler weather will cut power costs for households this summer   -3%

Cooler than usual temperatures are expected to lower electricity bills for U.S. households this summer. But higher electricity rates will eat up some of that savings as utilities pass along the cost of investments they're making to expand transmission and generation capacity.