New York Times (USA)• World Briefing: 101-Year-Old Veteran Who Survived Home Invasion Dies in Canada
• ISIS Onslaught Engulfs Assyrian Christians as Militants Destroy Ancient Art
• Lens Blog: Back in the U.S.S.R.
• Argentine Judge Rejects Criminal Case Against President
• ?Jihadi John? in ISIS Videos Is Identified as Mohammed Emwazi of London
• ?Jihadi John,? Executioner in ISIS Videos, Had Early Encounter With British I...
• China Bans Import of Ivory Carvings for One Year
• Early Memo Urged Moscow to Annex Crimea, Report Says
• Letter From Europe: Germans at the Crux of Crises, but Reluctantly
• Obama Sends Top Officials to Address Jewish Group
• Fatality Rate in West Africa Ebola Clinics Is Dropping
• British Hospital Ignored Sexual Abuse Complaints Against Jimmy Savile, Inquir...
• Ukraine Says It Will Pull Artillery From Separatist Territory
• 1 Killed in Series of Bomb Blasts Near Cairo
• Op-Ed Contributor: Guarding Denmark?s Jewish Heritage
• South Korea Decriminalizes Adultery
• Sinosphere Blog: Deadly Attacks in Xinjiang Go Unreported in China
• Sinosphere Blog: More Chinese Wander Abroad for New Year Holiday
• Blasts in Cairo Kill 1 and Wound at Least 7, Egypt Says
• In China, Civic Groups? Freedom, and Followers, Are Vanishing
Guardian (UK)• Isis murderer Mohammed Emwazi is Londoner on MI5?s radar since 2009
• Jimmy Savile given free rein to sexually abuse 60 people, report finds
• 'Gestapo' tactics at US police 'black site' ring alarm from Chicago to Washin...
• Isis fighters destroy ancient artefacts at Mosul museum
• Ed Balls plays down prospect of Labour deal with SNP
• Nigel Farage on course to win Thanet South for Ukip, says poll
• In Amenas murders: coroner points to security flaws at Algerian gas plant
• Saudi man convicted in connection with 1998 bombings of US embassies
• George Osborne rebuked for boasting he halved £1.7bn EU surcharge
• Nigerian election: Muhammadu Buhari pledges to defeat Boko Haram
• Foreign Office budget cuts may hurt UK's global position, say MPs
• Eight-year-old with rare disorder has personal care benefits rescinded
• David Cameron orders new inquiry into treatment of Lee Rigby murderer
• Net neutrality activists score landmark victory in fight to govern the internet
• Net migration to UK higher than when coalition took office
Daily Mail (UK)• Helicopter crashes into Sussex field but pilot and two passengers walk away f...
• Who's paying £34million to blast Sarah Brightman into space?
• Prince William closer to job as an air ambulance helicopter pilot after passi...
• Surfer 'hovers' above massive waves by using incredible board which appears t...
• Meet the world's richest women worth a combined $220 BILLION
• Eddie Redmayne's first picture as transgender Einat Wegener in The Danish Gir...
• Jihadi John's old university was a 'hotbed of radicalism where students celeb...
• Our leaders now tell us so many of their bedroom secrets writes TOM UTLEY
• More supermarket chickens than ever contaminated with potentially lethal food...
• 'Michelangelo of butt injections' who killed break dancer with illegal silico...
• Sauvignon Blanc declared Britain's favourite wine in survey of more than 400,...
• Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall looks revolted after being handed a dog heart du...
• Coutts investigated by German prosecutors over allegations it helped clients ...
• Gorilla selfie at Durrell Wildlife Park captures grumpy silverback in the bac...
• It'll take years to pay back public, says RBS as state-backed lender slumps t...
PC Magazine• 6 People Who Loathe the FCC's Net Neutrality Plan
• Divided FCC Votes to Reclassify Broadband in Net Neutrality Vote
• Apple to Hold 'Special Event' on March 9
• Only 40 Percent of World's Population Has Ever Gone Online
• FCC Pre-Empts State Bans on City-Owned Broadband Networks
• Lenovo Website, Emails Hacked Over Superfish
• FTC Should Probe Samsung Over Smart TVs, Group Says
• Google's AI Program Is Better At Video Games Than You
• Spotify Update Brings Song Lyrics to Your Desktop
• Facebook Expands Suicide-Prevention Tools
• Samsung Ramps UFS 2.0 Smartphone Memory
• Car Owners Find High-Tech Systems Unreliable
• Ditch the Keys and Pony Up for Sesame Smart Lock
• Google Play Music Free Storage Limit Gets Hefty Boost
• Google's Android for Work Wants to Handle Your Business Data
• 'Fast & Furious' Expansion Coming for Forza Horizon 2
• Europeans Shut Down RAMNIT Botnet
• Congress Spars Over Net Neutrality Ahead of FCC Vote
• Samsung Mocks Galaxy S6 Rumors
• Motorola Eyes First-Time Smartphone Buyers With New Moto E
• No Coffee Runs Here: Facebook Tops Best Places to Intern
• New Ebooks Selected by Amazon Users Up for Pre-Order
• Can Any Mobile OS Beat Android?
• Google Pwnium Competition Now a Year-Round Event
• Microsoft Drops Facebook Messenger, GChat From Outlook.com
• Gemalto: Spy Agencies 'Probably' Hacked Us, But Encryption Keys Secure
• Apple Ordered to Pay $533M in iTunes Patent Case
• Report: Apple Upgrading Genius Bar Appointment System
• 'Street Fighter V' Beta Marks Return of Nash
• Reddit to Ban the Posting of Nude Pics Without Consent
PC-World• Twitter adds more reporting tools to curb abuse and improve safety
• Pizicato lets starving musicians set up virtual tip jars
• IBM to pump $4 billion into cloud, mobile and analytics
• LTE can mooch off of Wi-Fi spectrum with new Qualcomm chipset
• GOP strikes back: Republican bill would overturn FCC municipal broadband deci...
• Microsoft's vision for the future: Smart bracelets, holograms, and adaptive w...
• Facebook improves tool for suicide prevention
• Google shares code to help server software digest HTTP/2
• Plague: The Network spreads your social posts like an infectious outbreak
• Microsoft's Squad Watch wants to be Glympse for Windows Phone, but isn't
• Net neutrality passes FCC, will apply to mobile too
• Supernova hands-on: A MOBA you make your own
• Some Bitdefender products break HTTPS certificate revocation
• Motorola's Moto Maker will let you build your own Moto 360
• Docker introduces orchestration tools for large scale deployments
• Google Calendar for Android adds 7-day week view, Drive integration, and othe...
• Sesame's $99 smart lock aims to undercut August, Kwikset, and Yale
• Panasonic reveals which of its 2015 4K TV models will run the Firefox OS
• FCC overturns state laws limiting municipal broadband
• Ads are coming to the Google Play Store
• Box woos financial services firms with a tailored cloud offering
• Samsung will freeze workers' pay in South Korea
• Nickelodeon's 'Noggin' streaming service is just for preschoolers
• Softcard shuts down mobile apps after Google deal, leaving Windows Phone in t...
• Get Office, Dropbox, and your photos to work together on your iPad
• LG Watch Urbane LTE ditches Android Wear for standalone connectivity
• Hands-on: The Moto E's sturdy design is still its trump card
• Spotify adds song lyrics, gets more social on PCs
• Samsung's Smart TV 'surveillance' prompts FTC complaint
• Jive updates deliver boost to enterprise communications
BusinessWeek• Can the Angry Birds Keep Flying?
• Supreme Court Strikes Down Violent Games Ban
• FarmVille Meets the Hollywood Tie-In
• JPMorgan's Contrarian Bet on Bank Branches
• Vietnam's Labor Unrest
• U.S. Money Funds at Risk in Europe Crisis
• Miller Dumps Kodak After a Decade of Decline
• Hedge Funds Eye $740 Billion Japan Pensions Pool Post-Quake
• Carrefour Studies Asset Merger in Brazil With Pao De Acucar
• Asia Stocks Advance as Won Strengthens; Crude Oil Erases Gain
• Standard Chartered Sees Double-Digit Growth in First Half
• GM Seeing No Return in Opel Less Than Audi Plans Options: Cars
• Tepco Has Record Attendance at First Meeting Since Disaster
• Thai Opposition Aims to Keep Baht Competitive, Suchart Says
• Disappointing Hardware Sales Hit Oracle Stock
• Bonds: How to Play Interest Rate Peril
• The Trouble Lurking Offshore for Jon Huntsman
• Web Games Threaten the Console
• Variable Annuities: Lifelong Income, High Cost
• In Caracas, Armored Cars Are All the Rage
• Ford Steps on the Gas in Asia
CNNMoney• Get ready for lawsuits over net neutrality
• This guy used a get-rich-quick scheme and got rich
• Asian Americans are quickly catching whites in the wealth race
• Cable news and social media go all in on #LlamaWatch
• KFC tests edible coffee cups
• The New York Daily News exploring sale
• ESPN writer rallies help in search for missing son
• Netflix hails net neutrality vote as 'win' for consumers
• The Bill O'Reilly controversies: Where they stand
• Average tax refund is $3,120 so far
• Fox's 'Empire' grows for 7th week in a row
• RadioShack to sell name with $20 million opening bid
• Condom maker surges after South Korea legalizes adultery
• The world wastes $400 billion in food every year
• Europe's gas power play against Russia coming to a head
• Apple to host 'special' event on March 9
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• Now Starbucks is getting into TV and film
• Nothing stops Frank Underwood ... or Netflix
World Press• Global Divestment Day: Shifting Investments to Clean Energy
• Business Underpins India-U.S. Defense Deal
• Oil Prices Change the Face of Geopolitics
• Australia: Fanning the Flames of Warming and Warfare
• Ankle Monitors Expand the Reach of Immigration Detention
• Norway's Oil Decline Accelerates
• Water Grabs Power Predatory Development
• World's 10 Biggest Energy Gluttons
• Overcoming ISIS: Transcending Sectarian Rivalries
• Viewpoints: Iraq Battles Multiple Crises
• Will Ukraine Commit Economic Suicide?
• Ekmeleddin Ihsanoglu: Turkey's Opposition Candidate
• The Legacy of Guernica
• Multilateral Test for India's Modi
• India's Imperatives in Sri Lanka
• India-China: Evolving Geoeconomics
• Viewpoints: New Carbon Emission Targets
• Ayahuasca in Peru: Mysterious and Magical Medicine
• Let Colombia End Its Civil War
• Ebola: A Global Wake-Up Call
• U.S.-Africa Summit: Partnership Opportunities
• Oil Theft Around the Globe
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