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Drivers Beware! You Might Just Be In For A Scary Surprise When You Flash Your High Beams

Pic: The Straits Times

If you see a ghost in the car in front of you while you’re driving, don’t freak out, for it may just be a sticker.

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5 Tips For Photographing The Supermoon

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So You Are An Arts Major, You Must Be So ...

In this day and age, especially in Malaysia, if you are a student and you’re studying any course in the Arts field, you will be automatically judged and condemned not only by so-called friends but even by certain family members.

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4 Years Of Donald Trump: 4 Ways It May Impact Malaysia

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President-elect Donald J. Trump will soon have all the power of the American executive behind him, and therefore be in a position to deliver profound and lasting change.

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Donald Trump And Brexit In Malaysian Perspective

Although Trump has softened his stance on anti-immigrant and anti-Muslim rhetoric, time will tell if he is willing to build bridges or demolish them.LONDON: As I arrived in the dawn crisp autumnal British capital, I was again feeling immensely proud of my nationality as I was taken out of a very long queue in the Non EU passport control section and joined fellow Canadians, New Zealanders, Australians and Japanese.

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I'm A Muslim, A Woman And An Immigrant. I Voted For Trump

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A lot is being said now about the "silent secret Trump supporters."

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What Are Today's Headlines?

Today's headlines - November 7, 2016

Today on the English dailies, making it on the headlines are various issues ranging from long queues at KLIA eGate counters, rising medicine prices and the construction of more elderly homes to be halted.

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"It's Not Wrong To Complain About The Changes In Cooking Oil Price. But..."

COMMENTARY: Nobody likes to pay more; spending more than before, paying more that we are used to. Angry? That’s life. It is human nature to complain and express their dissatisfaction.

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Facebook Isn't Looking Out For Your Privacy. It Wants Your Data For Itself

Pic: The Guardian

Facebook’s terms of service are pretty clear, by the standards of such things. (I should know: I once read 150,000 words of small print in a week to see what I would find out.) There are very few random blocks of all-caps, it’s fairly short, and it has hyperlinks in it. You don’t even have to scroll down to find one of the key sections, which lays out what it means when you share information with Facebook.

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Mexico Taking US Factory Jobs? Blame Robots Instead

Equipment to sort recycled plastic is shown at the Repreve Bottle Processing Center, part of the Unifi textile company in Reidsville, N.C., Thursday, Oct. 13, 2016. America has lost more than 7 million factory jobs since manufacturing employment peaked in 1979. Yet American factory production, minus raw materials and some other costs, more than doubled over the same span to $1.91 trillion last year, according to the Commerce Department, which uses 2009 dollars to adjust for inflation. That’s a notch below the record set on the eve of the Great Recession in 2007. And it makes U.S. manufacturers No. 2 in the world behind China. (AP Photo/Chuck Burton)WASHINGTON: Donald Trump blames Mexico and China for stealing millions of jobs from the United States.

He might want to bash the robots instead.

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