De Blasio’s 2020 run is a just one vast fit of self-indulgence

Mayor Bill de Blasio has been running for (giggle) president of the United States for awhile now, flitting about America, hoovering up humiliations that would crush a lesser ego. He’s been the regular butt of vicious late-night humor — and how many progressive Democrats have to suffer that? He managed to get himself shouted downRead moreRead more

Snapchat employees abused data access, spied on users: report

Snapchat employees have been using internal tools — which offer them privileged access to user data — to spy on people’s pages, a report says. Two workers who are no longer with the app’s parent company, Snap, spoke to Motherboard about the alleged abuse of power– which included breaches of location info and and otherRead moreRead more

Same-sex couples start registering marriages in Taiwan

TAIPEI, Taiwan — Hundreds of same-sex couples in Taiwan rushed to get married Friday, the first day a landmark decision to legalize same-sex marriage took effect. Taiwan became the first place in Asia to allow same-sex marriage last week in a legislative vote on a cause that the island’s LGBT rights activists have championed forRead moreRead more

Cate Campbell shares honours with key rival after lucrative weekend

Cate Campbell has split the returns with her great rival Sarah Sjostrom after the pair went head to head in the FINA Champions Swim Series in China over the weekend. Campbell was among a select group of Australians competing in the invite-only event, which was created in response to the rival International Swimming League (ISL)Read moreRead more