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Harry & Meghan to step again: What does the long run maintain for the Royal Family? – BBC Newsnight

Published on Jan 8, 2020The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have announced they will step back as "senior" royals and work to become financially independent.Subscribe to our channel here: https://goo.gl/31Q53FThe BBC understands no other royal was consulted before the statement and Buckingham Palace is "disappointed".Last October, Prince Harry and Meghan publicly revealed their struggles under…

AMD CEO hints that high-end Navi GPUs and ray tracing could also be coming to Radeon playing cards – TechSpot

Rumor mill: As rumors go, nothing beats one coming straight from the horse's mouth. In this case, it's coming directly from AMD's CEO Lisa Su. The rumor: Radeon cards may soon have ray-tracing support, and high-end Radeon GPUs are are on the way. Su did not go into detail, but it seems certain that the…

‘What Meghan desires, Meghan will get’: Royal consultants on the Sussexes’ choice to stop roles – Sky News

Even those who watch every move of the Royal Family appeared surprised by Harry and Meghan's announcement.Royal commentators, biographers and correspondents have been quick to try and make sense of the couple's decision to step back as senior members of the Royal Family and become financially independent. Here, Sky News looks at a selection of…

Queen’s granddaughter Zara Tindall Prohibited for speeding – Sky News

Zara Tindall has been banned from driving for six months after being caught speeding near her Cotswolds home last November.The Queen's granddaughter was recorded doing 91mph in her Land Rover in a 70 mph zone on the A417 at Daglingworth, near Cirencester. Mrs Tindall is currently in Australia so did not attend the hearing at…

‘Queen’s fury’: what the newspapers said about Duke and Duchess of Sussex bombshell

The decision by Prince Harry and Meghan to distance themselves from the royal family has captured every front page today, with mentions of royal bombshells and many asking why the Queen was not consulted about the announcement.The Sun gives us the Twitter hashtag headline for the day with “Megxit”, and says the Queen is upset…

Another Uncontrolled snow squall Can clobber New York City – New York Post

January 8, 2020 | 1:33pm | Updated January 8, 2020 | 3:00pm This forecast blows! The Big Apple should brace itself for another powerful snow squall along with wild winds, city officials warned Wednesday. Strong gusts could fuel a brief blast of powder — much like the one that swept through the city last month —…

U.S. and Iran Conflict: Live Updates – The New York Times

Both President Trump and Iranian leaders signaled their willingness to end hostilities.Right NowHouse Democrats say they will press ahead with efforts to rein in the president’s war-making authority. Lawmakers are moving to rein in the president.ImageSpeaker Nancy Pelosi before a closed briefing on Iran on Wednesday.Credit...Anna Moneymaker/The New York TimesThe next battle may be over…

Impossible Foods CEO confirms firm not giving up on McDonald’s deal – Business Insider

Impossible Foods has not given up on pursuing a deal with McDonald's, CEO Patrick Brown told Business Insider in an interview Wednesday.Brown told Reuters earlier this week that it was no longer pursuing the deal because it wouldn't be able to keep up with demand, sending shares of its rival, Beyond Meat, soaring.An Impossible Foods…

Japanese billionaire giving $9 million to check fundamental earnings, happiness – Business Insider

Japanese billionaire Yusaku Maezawa is offering to give 1,000 Twitter followers 1 million yen ($9,000) each.Maezawa is expected to fly on SpaceX's first moon voyage in 2023.His offer is meant to test whether a basic income payment could boost people's happiness. Research suggests it might. Visit Businessinsider.com for more stories.Japanese billionaire Yusaku Maezawa has found some lavish…

Climate Alter: Arctic ice melt makes permafrost vulnerable – BBC News

Image copyright Getty Images Image caption Arctic ice melt is linked to melting permafrost says a new study The absence of sea ice in the Arctic is closely connected to the melting of permafrost, according to a new study.Permafrost contains massive amounts of carbon which are likely to be released as climate change heats up…

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