Wednesday, 18 October 2017  
Govt announcement on Thursday: Peters


New Zealand First leader Winston Peters will reveal which party he will enter into a governing coalition with on Thursday afternoon.

China will continue to open economy: Xi


China will deepen economic and financial reforms and further open its markets to foreign investors as it looks to move from high-speed to high-quality growth, President Xi Jinping said on Wednesday.

�Snap, NBC to launch studios for Snapchat
�Twitter vows crackdown on abusive tweets
�NZ govt announcement on Thursday: Peters
�Trump plummets in latest Forbes rich list
�Carrie Fisher sent cow tongue to harasser
ďż˝US threats of war ‘dangerous’: Clinton
ďż˝US ‘support for Indonesia massacre’ in 60s
�China continuing to open economy: Xi
California Wildfires Scorch Marijuana Crops


The wildfires wreaking havoc across Northern California have destroyed millions of dollars in marijuana crops ready for harvest on the eve of legalization in the state. (Oct. 18)

Bannon Blasts McConnell For Not Supporting Trump


Former White House aide Steve Bannon lashed out at Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell and other GOP lawmakers Tuesday, saying they "attacked" President Trump every day. He spoke at an event for a challenger to GOP Senator Jeff Flake. (Oct. 18)

�The Wall: Explore 2,000 miles between U.S., Mexico
�Bondsman: Homicide suspect a 'con artist' who manipulated Arizona teacher
�Me Too: Women Elevate Weinstein Conversation
�Courthouse nude photos lead to clerk's arrest
�California fires: Sheriff rips conservative media on 'crazy' arrest rumor
�Unable to see hope, man in wheelchair plunges to his death
�Two Missouri guys repeat '67 trip to Pikes Peak - in the same old Beetle
�One-room schools of Montana shine with family-like education
Sony's Foolish Failure to Learn From Microsoft's Mistake


Microsoft has learned a lot of very hard lessons over the last couple of decades, and it continues to surprise and annoy me that other firms seem to have the suicidal tendency to learn the same lessons the hard way. It is far better and cheaper to avoid the mistakes of others, but firms like Apple, Google and, most recently, Sony seem to want to experience past Microsoft disasters first hand.

�First Impressions: iPhone X Garners Lots of Cautious Thumbs Up
�IBM Touts Top-Notch Security in Next-Gen Linux Mainframe
�How Many Ways Might iPhone X's Face ID Go Wrong?
�Chinese Groups Attack Japanese Firms, Resurrect Old MalwareChinese Groups Attack Japanese Firms, Resurrect Old Malware

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