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The Verge

The US net neutrality fight affects the whole world
The Verge
The United States is a nation quarreling with itself right now. Most of the country's population wants to keep the internet an equitable and free place, embracing net neutrality rules as a necessary guardian against corporate overreach. But the current ...

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TechCrunch

Tesla completes the world's largest battery for Australian wind farm
TechCrunch
Tesla has managed to deliver something on time, even if it \'s falling behind its projections for the Model 3 electric car: It has completed production of a massive battery farm in South Australia, which is designed to capture and store energy produced ...
Elon Musk has finished building the world's biggest battery in less than 100 daysThe Verge
Elon Musk had 100 days to build the world's biggest battery. He's done.Mashable
Tesla builds world's biggest lithium ion batteryNew York Post
Electrek -Wall Street Journal -CNBC
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New York Times

Blast From the Past: The Current Political World Mirrors 2009
New York Times
And in Massachusetts, they were seeing convincing evidence of a sea change in the political world. Mr. Brown, a Republican state senator at the time, was showing real strength in the race to replace Senator Edward M. Kennedy, whose seat was left vacant ...

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The Independent

UK officially falls out of world's top five economies, Government admits
The Independent
The UK appears to have officially lost its coveted spot on the list of the world's five largest economies. During Wednesday's Budget, Philip Hammond, in a series of statements aimed at highlighting the strength and health of the British economy ...

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Picking Italy's Squad for the 2022 World Cup
Bleacher Report
The Italian national team is in complete disarray. A play-off defeat at the hands of Sweden meant they failed to qualify for the World Cup for the first time since 1958, ending a run of 14 consecutive trips to the game's biggest tournament. Finding ...



ESPN (blog)

Sonnen breaks down Bellator's World Grand Prix opening round
ESPN (blog)
The Bellator MMA World Grand Prix is officially set, with the opening round scheduled to take place in early 2018. Collectively, the eight-man field has accomplished virtually everything imaginable in the sport of mixed martial arts. And the eventual ...

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Financial Times

Russia's World Cup: a Putin own goal?
Financial Times
Like most Russians, Vladimir Putin isn't a football fan, but in 2009 he decided that Russia should bid to host the 2018 World Cup. This Friday, when the draw for next summer's tournament is made in Moscow, he may be wishing he hadn't. “The general ...
Fifa World rankings: Italy move above England despite World Cup missBBC Sport
Nigeria drop 9 places in latest FIFA Ranking, now 50th in worldVanguard

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CNNMoney

Britain crashes out of world's top 5 economies
CNNMoney
Treasury chief Philip Hammond acknowledged the slide on Wednesday, noting the new ranking in a series of statements meant to highlight the economy's strength. "Britain is the world's sixth largest economy," Hammond said in his closely-watched budget ...
UK overtaken by France in list of world's largest economiesEvening Standard

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The New Yorker

The Euphoria of Watching Peru Qualify for the World Cup for the First Time In Thirty-Five Years
The New Yorker
That summer, our local cable company added the Spanish-language channel Univisión and, like magic, the World Cup in Mexico began. It was my first—the first I can remember—and the tournament, even if narrated in an unfamiliar Mexican accent, was ...

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New York Times

Basketball Mimics Soccer's World Cup Qualifying (Minus the Stars)
New York Times
As soccer mavens everywhere struggle to process the prospect of a World Cup that will kick off next summer without the United States, the Netherlands or even four-time champion Italy, something even more incomprehensible is happening in the arena of ...

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