Donald Trump has outlived the “axis of adults” that was supposed to guide and shape his foreign policy. He’s run through two national security advisers, innumerable lawyers and lower-level aides, an attorney general, an array of Cabinet secretaries and, any day now, the second of two White House chiefs of staff. He’s dumped the ideologist who helped elect him and never really clarified what his “America First” campaign slogan was all about anyways. But since we launched The Global Politico days after his inauguration, Trump has more than followed through on his election pledge to shake up the Washington establishment of both parties when it comes to America’s position in the world. Each week, we’ve watched as he’s reoriented — or tried to — U.S. policy toward everywhere from Iran to North Korea, Russia to our North American neighbors. In 67 episodes over the last year and 85 days, I’ve been privileged to host NATO … [Read more...] about Just how dangerous is Donald Trump?
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Share This Story! Let friends in your social network know what you are reading about Facebook Email Twitter Google+ LinkedIn Pinterest Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg has promised to protect user privacy before. Will this time be different? Facebook is famous for rolling out features that prod users to bare more about themselves, fueling Facebook's multibillion-dollar advertising business. Sent! A link has been sent to your friend's email address. Posted! A link has been posted to your Facebook feed. 6 Join the Conversation To find out more about Facebook commenting please read the Conversation Guidelines and FAQs Jessica Guynn, USA TODAY Published 4:22 a.m. ChT April 11, 2018 | Updated 5:44 a.m. ChT April 11, 2018 CONNECT TWEET LINKEDIN 6 COMMENT EMAIL MORE SAN FRANCISCO — Mark Zuckerberg has promised to protect people's privacy before. Will this time be any different? That was the question looming as the … [Read more...] about Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg has promised to protect user privacy before. Will this time be different?
MARGARET BRENNAN, CBS NEWS: Today on FACE THE NATION: The president makes bold moves that shake up the stock market and the diplomatic world, leaving administration officials to clarify and clean up. Fears of a trade war spiked in the wake of new tariff threats by the president and counterthreats by China's leader, Xi Jinping. Add to that President Trump attacks on Amazon, plus Facebook's revelation that 87 million users' data could have ended up in a firm working for the Trump campaign, made for a wild week. We will talk to Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin. Overnight, a chemical attack in Syria reportedly kills dozens and injures hundreds. We will have a report from the region. Maryland's Ben Cardin, a top Democrat on the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, will be here to talk about that and other news. Then: (BEGIN VIDEO CLIP) SHERYL SANDBERG, COO, FACEBOOK: We know that we did not do a good enough job protecting people's data. I'm really sorry for that. And Mark is really … [Read more...] about Full transcript: ‘Face the Nation’ on April 8, 2018
THIS incredible video offers a sneak peak inside billionaire Mark Zuckerberg’s home and artificially intelligent butler that runs it for him.Jarvis, who is styled on Iron Man legend Tony Stark's AI bot J.A.R.V.I.S (just a rather very intelligent system) can recognise Zuckerberg's friends, control lights, doors, windows and music.It took the Facebook founder a year to create his virtual assistant, he revealed in a blog post yesterday.But now Zuckerberg is keen to show the world his creation, and created not one, but two videos detailing exactly how Jarvis works.In the first, the social media mogul can be seen leaping from under the covers as Hal, sorry, Jarvis, makes the Saturday morning wake-up call.Already dressed his usual grey t-shirt and jeans combo, Zuckerberg explains how after a “year of coding” he can now control most things in his home using a mobile app.It can even help him get ready in the morning, he reveals, as a t-shirt shoots from a cannon in his … [Read more...] about Watch Mark Zuckerberg’s incredible AI assistant voiced by Morgan Freeman shoot his t-shirts from a wardrobe cannon and make his family toast for breakfast
BRITS are waking up to a new obsession with the undead – with zombie “shootouts” staged at an old shopping centre in Reading, a 5km run where punters are chased by the living dead, and a £120-a-head zombie bootcamp, an intense combat training course in Worcestershire. I CAN barely see through the visor over my face as I stalk through the building, rifle raised and ready to fire.Suddenly I hear an ominous groaning and a zombie lurches out of the darkness towards me. I wheel around and fire, pumping the trigger until it goes down.I yell: “Room clear,” and behind me my unit moves forward, ready to take on the undead.No, I’m not reporting from the front line of World War Z — I’m in an industrial estate outside Kidderminster, dressed in full camo and riot gear at a bootcamp designed to prepare me for a zombie apocalypse. Sounds daft? You bet it is.But as silly as it looks, it’s also terrifying, and the most exhausting … [Read more...] about Sun man learns how to fight zombies at dead tough bootcamp