Day: September 23, 2022

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YouTube star ‘NikkieTutorials’ comes out as transgender in YouTube video – Newsday

Social media star and beauty influencer Nikkie de Jager attends the Marc Jacobs Spring 2020 Runway Show on November 9, 2019 in Manhattan. Photo Credit: Getty Images for Marc Jacobs/Jamie McCarthyYouTube sensation Nikkie de Jager, known for her millions of subscribers and Instagram followers as… Click here to view the original article.

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The jury is seated: James O’Keefe is NOT a journalist

Compared to the ongoing criminal investigation into which James O’Keefe’s store allegedly paid a bunch of thugs to steal Ashley Biden’s rehab diary, a $120,000 civil judgment against provocateur provocateur and his company Project Veritas is relative little beer. And yet, a jury finds that what O’Keefe and his thug squad do is no journalism […]

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Taiwan: Traditional Musical Instruments | CultureReady

Many musical instruments common in the US are also used in Taiwan – however, the country’s traditional instruments help form a fusion of musical genres. The music scene in Taiwan is not only influenced by historical Chinese culture, but also shaped by the island’s various indigenous tribes. Here are a few traditional musical instruments you […]

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Why the upcoming SCO summit in Samarkand is important and what to expect from the outcome

The Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO) summit will be held in the historic Uzbek city of Samarkand on September 15-16. The upcoming event will see leaders of the SCO countries convene in an in-person format for the first time in three years, providing a unique and effective opportunity to discuss the bilateral, regional and global issues […]

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NASA Artemis moon landing delayed by ‘several years’ as costs are ‘understated’

NASA’s Artemis mission to return astronauts to the moon by 2024 is being delayed and costly, an assessment by the space agency’s watchdog has revealed. A new report from NASA’s Inspector General (OIG) found the agency was likely to exceed its 2024 target by “several years” as delays and technical challenges impacted the mission’s schedule. […]

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We are hiring a part-time research assistant

FiveThirtyEight is looking for a hardworking, well organized and friendly individual scientific Assistant to track and enter polls and other election data, and to contribute research to political stories and projects. This part-time position plays a crucial role in supporting FiveThirtyEight’s political reporting and interactive projects, such as: You will help maintain the databases that […]

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Optus advises customers to change their password, name, date of birth, gender… after a data breach

Australia’s second largest telecoms company has responded to a massive data breach, advising customers to update their password, move, change their name and adopt a new identity.

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The Africa Fashion Up competition celebrates the future of African style

Issued on: 09/23/2022 – 17:38 06:00FASHION © BAM COLLECTIVES Through: media television | Pascal Murier Created by former model Valérie Ka, the Africa Fashion Up competition highlights African talent and spotlights the continent’s social and economic priorities. This year’s winners come from Ivory Coast, Morocco, South Africa, Kenya and Congo Brazzaville and are mentored by […]

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Eliminate your business blind spots

Eliminate your business blind spots They are overlooked for jobs, projects and opportunities – personally and professionally. People will choose not to buy from you and they will choose not to be your friend and romantic partner. And that’s okay. Not everyone is our real “customer”. The key isn’t winning every opportunity. Rather, it’s what […]

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Over 60% of low-wage workers are still not entitled to paid sick leave at work

The pandemic has exposed huge inequalities in the United States, particularly in the US job market. Striking differences were compounded over who could work from home and who had to go to work in person, who could keep their job and who suffered from lost work or employment altogether, who had health insurance to seek […]

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