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Tuesday Headlines: Better living through editing.

Sources claim the Saudis are preparing a report admitting Jamal Khashoggi was killed, and that his death happened during an interrogation.

Cherokee Nation official responds to the Trump-Warren squabble over DNA results: "It really undermines tribal interest, frankly."

“I had an encounter with a Native American on a Mexican rural highway. It was a woman, who was Native American, who wants to drink, driving the wrong way on the highway, struck a car driven by my son, and killed the passenger in the car.” On the retirement of the Cleveland Indians’ racist logo from players' uniforms, a look back at how the team owner defended the logo 18 years ago.

From 2008 to 2016, baseball umpires ejected more nonwhite than white players. (Ejections were more equitable in 2017.)

Newly discovered documents from the 1960s show MI5 wouldn't trust black people with government secrets, based on race alone.

A day after accusations of ignoring an assault in progress, NYPD will charge nine Proud Boys and three protestors for a brawl on the Upper East Side.

Tucker Carlson is tired of people yelling "fuck you" at him in restaurants.

In an interview, Hillary Clinton refutes the notion that it was an abuse of power for her husband, as president of the United States, to have had an affair with his 22-year-old intern, Monica Lewinsky, who "was an adult."

All of a sudden, the #MeToo movement has "turned into yet another opportunity for men to talk about themselves."

Google publicly confirms it's building a censored version of its search engine for China.

Breaking with other corporations' data breach responses, Facebook won't provide identity fraud protection to hacked users.

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When companies surveil workers, workers feel justified in breaking the rules, and companies feel justified in surveilling them.

The world's billionaires have long known global warming is real—and they've long profited from the industries that got us here.

Based on a rollup of climate studies, the projected effects if global temperatures warm from one to four degrees.

Within three years, the DNA of nearly every American of Northern European descent...will be identifiable through cousins in GEDmatch’s database.

Assad's widespread use of chemical weapons—which he denies—is the reason he's close to winning Syria's civil war.

Fewer than 13% of the immigrant teens at the El Paso detention center have met with legal representatives.

A tour of the rooms where famous writers wrote famous books.

“There will be a race of self-designing beings who are improving themselves at an ever-increasing rate. If the human race manages to redesign itself, it will probably spread out and colonize other planets and stars.” Among his final writings, Stephen Hawking predicted a future where non-gene-edited humans die out.

A beginner's guide to human echolocation.