Australia will not change proposed laws making Google, Facebook pay news outlets for content

Fox Business Flash top headlines for February 19 Fox Business Flash top headlines are here. Check out what’s clicking on FoxBusiness.com. SYDNEY - Australia will not change proposed laws that would make Alphabet Inc’s Google and Facebook pay news outlets for content, a senior lawmaker said on Monday, despite vocal opposition from the Big Tech firms. Facebook has strongly protested the […]

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Learn to Squat to Change Your Life

Do your knees, hips, or back sometimes hurt for seemingly random reasons? Do running, lifting, and playing sports leave you sore in the wrong places? Do you walk around gingerly, feeling stiff all over? This three-second test may reveal the reason. Stand up and kick off your shoes. Spread your feet hip-width apart with your toes pointing straight ahead. Now […]

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Marvel Release Schedule Changes: Which MCU Film Will Compete With Sony’s ‘Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse 2’?

There’s no doubt that this is a chaotic time for those in charge of the Marvel Cinematic Universe and its upcoming releases. With many productions halting due to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, and with theaters closed for the foreseeable future, a lot has had to change. Another superhero film, Sony’s Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse sequel, has also faced delays. Will […]

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Change coming for controversial re-education camps in China’s Muslim-majority region

Controversial re-education camps in the Muslim-majority Xinjiang region would be repurposed to train farmers and herdsmen, a top Chinese official has said. Xinjiang governor Shohrat Zakir used a rare press conference in Beijing to hit back at US legislation passed last week that condemns China's treatment of the Uighur ethnic group in Xinjiang. Young Uighurs study Chinese law at the […]

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Climate change warriors blocking roads should be INVOICED for chaos

Protesting climate change warriors should be INVOICED for the chaos they’re causing businesses and Australians trying to get to work, Peter Dutton says Home Affairs Minister Peter Dutton on Friday resumed his attack on activists Mr Dutton labelled Extinction Rebellion protestors as ‘radicals’ and ‘outliers’  He added they should be invoiced for the cost of the nation’s police response  ‘When […]

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Trump Might Change How Poverty Is Defined & It Could Impact Millions Of People

In the coming years, families living near the poverty line could have a harder time getting access to federal benefits. The Trump administration suggested the poverty line should be calculated differently on Monday, according to The New York Times. The proposed change seems small, when you look at the projected differences in dollars — but it could actually negatively impact […]

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