Monday, 21 May 2018  
NRA eyes more members as Texas mourns


Oliver North, the incoming head of the most powerful gun lobby in the US, says he wants to expand the National Rifle Association's membership by millions as the country grappled with the most recent fatal school shooting in Texas.

Britain basks in royal wedding afterglow


Unwilling to kiss Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's wedding goodbye just yet, Britain has basked in the scale of the spectacle as major broadcasters kept scenes from the royal nuptials on repeat along with fresh interviews with the bride's dressmaker.

�Trump wants probe on campaign surveillance
�US, China put trade war on hold: Mnuchin
�Pope to nominate 14 new cardinals
�Scotland to look again at independence
�Six killed in eastern India bomb blast
�Clean-up begins as Windsor recovers
�Royals thank those who celebrated wedding
�Cuba plane crash safety complaint claims
Hawaii Lava Crosses Highway, Flows Into Ocean


Officials on Hawaii's Big Island say lava from an erupting volcano has crossed a highway and flowed into the ocean. The highway has shut down in some spots, and residents in the area have been evacuated. (May 20)

Funeral Services Held for Texas Shooting Victim


On Sunday funeral services were held for 17-year-old Pakistani exchange student Sabika Sheikh, who had been attending Santa Fe High School since last August when she was killed Friday in a shooting. (May 20)

�Drugs Fuel Rising Number of Women Behind Bars
�In first service since Santa Fe High School shooting, pastor offers words of comfort, hope
�Michigan mom deported to Albania, didn't get to say goodbye to family
�Is 'tonc' an acronym or a derogatory term for migrants?
�AP Top Stories 20 P
ďż˝'She has all of us': Santa Fe community holds funeral for Pakistani student with no family in U.S.
�This anti-marijuana group wants Michigan to legalize weed
�School shooting suspect's family 'mystified'
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.

�LG Unveils V30 Flagship With Super Camera, Sound Features
�Bodhi Linux With Moksha Is Truly Enlightening
�Pixelmator Pro Whirlwind Appears on the Horizon
�Next US Elections: Open Source vs. Commercial Software?
�Global Cyberattack on Energy Sector Stokes Deep Fears

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