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  1. Automation, robots, job losses to make universal income reality?

    05.25 / 05:09 wnd.com Wnd.com - World
    (Fortune) The rise of automation and resulting job losses could force the federal government to guarantee some income for everyone, but that won’t happen for years or even decades, according to some academics at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. This sort of payment, usually referred to as Universal Basic Income (UBI), has been embraced by…
  2. Maps show every terror attack worldwide for last 20 years

    05.25 / 05:09 wnd.com Wnd.com - World
    (London Independent) In the US, your risk of death due to terrorism is roughly 1 in 46,000. Around the world, that rate can vary wildly. In an attempt to visualise those global risks, Carnegie Mellon researchers teamed up with Robert Muggah, a global security expert and director of the think tank Igarapé Institute. Together, they …
  3. Democrats claim cover-up, but can't find a crime

    05.25 / 01:57 wnd.com Wnd.com - World
    WASHINGTON – It’s the kind of crazy scenario that only Washington could invent: Democrats are now accusing the president of covering up a non-crime. The good news for President Trump is that the Russia collusion scandal appears to be dying because there is no evidence. The bad news is, an obstruction of justice scandal is just [.…
  4. This day in WND history: Newsweek clams up on U.S. flag in trash

    05.25 / 01:57 wnd.com Wnd.com - World
    Newsweek clams up on U.S. flag in trash May 25, 2005: While Newsweek was featuring Hollywood actors on its Feb. 2, 2005, cover and hyping the upcoming Oscars, readers of the Japanese edition were treated to a cover showing the U.S. flag in a garbage can and a headline reading “Dream On, America.” The feature on …
  5. Non-Western immigrants use 59% of Denmark's tax money

    05.24 / 22:11 wnd.com Wnd.com - World
    (DAILYWIRE) — The flow of refugees into Sweden has made that once idyllic country a mess. Police have set up “no-go zones” they deem too dangerous to go into, famed feminists have abandoned cities, where refugees flock, and the number of rapes has skyrocketed. Now it turns out that neighboring Denmark is also suffering dramatic…
  6. Police hunt 'network' behind Manchester bomber

    05.24 / 22:11 wnd.com Wnd.com - World
    (BBC NEWS) — A woman has become the sixth person arrested in the UK over the Manchester Arena bombing, as police said they were investigating a “network.” Police said they had arrested the woman after an armed raid at a block of flats in Blackley, north Manchester. Suicide bomber Salman Abedi killed 22 – including…