House Antitrust Panel Seeks Documents From 4 Big Tech Firms

New York Times

Lawmakers investigating Amazon, Apple, Facebook and Google for possible antitrust violations on Friday sent the companies detailed requests for information.

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One Brother Stabbed the Other. The Journalist Who Wrote About It Paid a Price.

New York Times

The use of Europe’s ‘right to be forgotten’ privacy law has broadened, illustrated by two Italian brothers, a stabbing and the journalist who wrote about them.

Boris Johnson vows to save Sumatran Tiger, saying there are less of them left than we have peers in the Lords

The Sun

BORIS JOHNSON will vow to save the Sumatran Tiger – saying it defies belief there are more peers in the Lords than the endangered animal. The PM will play up his green credentials by promising to put £220 million behind protecting some of the worl...

Trump’s Hold on Military Aid Blindsided Top Ukrainian Officials

New York Times

The withholding of aid is now at the center of questions about whether President Trump manipulated foreign policy to pressure the Ukrainian government to take action damaging to Joseph R. Biden Jr.

Jeremy Corbyn accuses Boris Johnson of ‘abuse of power’ over ‘links to model’ revelations

The Sun

JEREMY Corbyn on Sunday night accused Boris Johnson of an “abuse of power” in an extraordinary attack over allegations linking him to a former American model. The Labour leader said the PM had to answer claims that as Mayor of London he failed dec...

Corbyn on collision course with Labour members over Brexit

The Guardian

Leader in conference bid to stop party campaigning for remain at general electionJeremy Corbyn has risked the wrath of Labour’s membership after he moved to stop the party campaigning to remain in the EU at a general election.Before a crucial vote...