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Tips for Reading the Room Before a Meeting or Presentation

Knowing how to read between the lines and pick up on colleagues’ subtle social cues is a critical skill. After all, there’s often an explicit conversation happening in a meeting or around the water cooler — and a tacit one. The best way to take the temperature of a room is to pay attention to the people in it. Note who’s next to whom, who’s relaxed, who’s not, who’s standing, and who’s sitting. Look at their facial expressions, posture, and ... Full story

Who’s spoken out against Trump’s move to revoke former CIA Director Brennan’s security clearance Post

On Aug. 15, President Trump revoked former CIA director John Brennan’s security clearance. Brennan led the CIA during most of President Barack Obama’s second term and had become a vocal Trump critic. A bipartisan group of more than a dozen former intelligence directors, plus retired Adm. William H. McRaven , spoke out against the president’s move. On Aug. 17, they were joined by another 60 officials, and over 170 added their names on Aug. 20. ... Full story

Chicago Police Call a 15-Year-Old’s Death a Suicide. His Family Disputes That.

When Chicago police officers found a 15-year-old they had been pursuing with a fatal gunshot wound to the head, they were quick to explain what had happened. About an hour after the shooting on Friday night, Anthony Guglielmi, a spokesman for the Chicago Police Department, said , “He tragically used the weapon on himself.”. But in Chicago, where there has long been deep mistrust between the police and the black community, the death of the boy, ... Full story

Car 'rams Irish prime minister's office'

Image caption The woman is being held at Pearse Street Garda Station for questioning. A woman has been arrested after apparently attempting to drive her car into the Irish prime minister's office. Broadcaster RTE reports the vehicle driven by the woman in her 50s drove into the gates on of the Irish government buildings on Dublin's Merrion Street at about 10:00 BST on Tuesday. Gardaí have arrested her on suspicion of causing criminal damage. ... Full story

Adrenaline-Pumping Photos From Some of the World's Biggest Thrill-Seekers

It’s one thing to climb a nearly 500-foot high frozen waterfall in Canada or jump off a cliff in Moab -- it’s something completely different to make a beautiful picture of people doing these things. That’s the whole idea behind the creation of Red Bull’s Illume photo contest. Full story

Javid apology for Windrush removals

Some 18 members of UK's Windrush generation who could have been wrongfully removed or detained to get formal apology. This breaking news story is being updated and more details will be published shortly. Please refresh the page for the fullest version. You can receive Breaking News on a smartphone or tablet via the BBC News App. You can also follow @BBCBreaking on Twitter to get the latest alerts. Why you can trust BBC News Full story

Ariana Grande To Pete Davidson At The VMAs: 'Thanks For Existing'

“Pete Davidson, thanks for existing,” Ariana Grande said onstage accepting the award for Best Pop at the 2018 VMAs for her lead Sweetener single, " No Tears Left to Cry .". And with those five words, one of the most talked about new relationships of 2018 reached a peak. But the rest of Ari's story this year is about perseverance. Indeed, a lot can happen in a year. Only 12 months ago, Grande was nearly wrapping up her Dangerous Woman tour in ... Full story

Arsène Wenger to get honour from Liberia's George Weah

Image caption George Weah (left, pictured here in 1993) has said that Arsène Wenger (right) "took care of me like his son". Liberian President George Weah is to award his former football coach, Arsène Wenger, his country's highest honour. President Weah, the only African to have been named World Player of the Year, was signed by Wenger in 1988 when he coached Monaco. Wenger, who stepped down as Arsenal manager in May after 22 years, nurtured ... Full story

Norway wealth fund allowed to stay on as investor if Tesla goes private

OSLO (Reuters) - Rules governing Norway’s $1 trillion wealth fund would allow it to stay on as an investor in Tesla ( TSLA.O ) if the electric carmaker goes private, its deputy CEO said on Tuesday. File illustration picture of Norwegian banknotes of different denominations, taken in Trondheim October 31, 2008. REUTERS/SCANPIX Gorm Kallestad. Tesla CEO Elon Musk stunned financial markets this month when he revealed on Twitter he was considering ... Full story

Nazi guard Palij deported by US to Germany News

Image caption There was anger among residents when it emerged Palij was living in the Queens area of New York City. A 95-year-old former Nazi collaborator who served in the notorious SS as a labour camp guard in World War Two has arrived in Germany after a long deportation battle in the US. Jakiw Palij has been stateless since a federal judge revoked his US citizenship in 2003. For years Germany refused to accept him as he never had German ... Full story

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