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Top court to rule on British PM Johnson’s suspension of parliament: Britain’s top court met on Tuesday to consider whether a decision by Prime Minister Boris Johnson to suspend parliament until shortly before the date for Brexit was illegal. Explainer: Brexit deal emerging or not? Latest in Britain-EU talks: The European Union has pushed back against British Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s assertion that a new Brexit deal was in the making. Read more news at https://weeklyreviewer.com/.
Another good online newspaper that i like : Honolulu Star-Advertiser: When the Honolulu Star-Advertiser saw an opportunity in the market, it pounced. By creating the Digital Billboard Network last year, it’s now close to “achieving over $1 million in annual incremental revenue,” said Dave Kennedy, chief revenue officer. Last year, its parent company Oahu Publications Inc. set out to create a new profit center and the Star-Advertiser ran with the idea. After some digging, the team realized that with the decline of broadcast media audiences, many advertising clients in the area had insufficient channels to utilize commercials they’d created. So, the Star-Advertiser leveraged that demand and supplied an out-of-home digital broadcast system—the Digital Billboard Network—and now the newspaper is tapping into clientele it normally wouldn’t sell to.
The New York Times : This is the most influential newspaper in the U.S. in my view. Its editorial page and some of its news coverage take a left-leaning, progressive view of the world. But the NYT also hews to ethical standards of reporting and the classic elements of journalism in America. That’s what helps the NYT remain, arguably, the agenda-setting news organization in America. It is a leader in business, politics and culture coverage. The Wall Street Journal : The largest circulation newspaper in the U.S., the WSJ made its bones as a business newspaper and pioneered new types of feature writing in American journalism (for example, its quirky middle-column feature called the “Ahed” and longer form, in-depth reports called “leders”). As the company was purchased by Australian media mogul Rupert Murdoch in 2007, the WSJ pivoted to cover more general news in addition to business news. The WSJ is still brand X among daily business publications in the world. Its editorial page is a bastion of American free-market conservatism, using the motto, “free markets, free people.” With former Republican speechwriters and strategists such as Karl Rove, Peggy Noonan and Bill McGurn writing columns, the WSJ editorial page is often a must-read for Republicans in Washington. And left-leaning readers should not dismiss the WSJ edit page just because they may disagree with its positions. It has won several Pulitzer Prizes for editorials and columns that feature a clear thesis, backed up by thorough fact-based reporting and bold arguments. Read additional news at https://weeklyreviewer.com/all-news/original/.
Latest health news : Opioid plaintiffs fight bid to disqualify U.S. judge before trial: Lawyers for cities and counties suing drug companies over the opioid epidemic on Monday objected to a bid by pharmaceutical distributors and pharmacies to disqualify the federal judge overseeing the cases, saying it had no basis and came too late. Mint, menthol e-cigarette liquids high in cancer-causing compound: study: (Reuters Health) – A cancer-causing compound banned by U.S. regulators last year as a food additive has been found at potentially dangerous levels in mint and menthol flavored e-cigarette liquids and smokeless tobacco products, researchers said on Monday.