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60 Times Madonna Changed Our Culture

1. She is fighting the pernicious idea that older women don’t matter. “People say I’m controversial,” Madonna told an audience of music-industry peers in 2016. “But I think the most controversial thing I have ever done is to stick around.” Sexism was the demon that haunted Madonna’s early career, but for two decades — maybe longer — it’s had an equally unwelcome sibling: ageism. Madonna was a pioneer of welding her voice to her image, and in a ... Full story

Laced K2 Tied to Dozens of Drug Overdoses in New Haven

A park in the shadow of Yale’s Old Campus became the scene of a mass overdose on Wednesday as ambulance crews rushed from person to person, desperately treating dozens of semiconscious and disoriented drug users in New Haven. More than 70 people overdosed in the city during a 24-hour span, beginning Tuesday evening, and the authorities said they suspect a virulent batch of synthetic marijuana, possibly laced with an opioid, was the cause. The ... Full story

Trump revokes ex-CIA chief's security clearance, slamming critic

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. President Donald Trump moved to penalize a sharp critic on Wednesday, revoking the security clearance of Obama-era CIA Director John Brennan for making what he called “a series of unfounded and outrageous allegations” about his administration. The Republican president, in a statement read to reporters by White House spokeswoman Sarah Sanders, also announced he was evaluating whether other former high-ranking ... Full story

Mexico students develop electric shock self-defence coat

Image caption The coat is fitted with electrodes on its sleeves. Four students in Mexico have developed a jacket they say could protect those wearing it from attacks. Once armed, the sleeves of the coat can emit an electric shock making anyone holding on to them recoil. The students say they came up with the idea in light of the high number of sex attacks in their city. They say the electric shock is low enough for the coat not to be classed as ... Full story

Andrew Cuomo shocks crowd, says America 'was never that great'

New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo may have just handed Republicans a ready-made campaign ad for his rumored 2020 presidential bid – by declaring Wednesday that America “was never that great.”. The Democratic star made the seemingly offhand remark as part of his rebuke of President Trump's "Make America Great Again" slogan during a bill-signing in New York. But the line drew gasps from the crowd. “We’re not going to make America great again. It was ... Full story

Sweden Muslim woman who refused handshake at job interview wins case

Image caption Shaking hands is common in many European cultures - but not everyone wants to do it. A Muslim woman in Sweden has won compensation after her job interview was ended when she refused a handshake. Farah Alhajeh was applying for a job as an interpreter when she declined to shake the hand of a male interviewer for religious reasons. She placed her hand over her heart in greeting instead. The Swedish labour court ruled the company had ... Full story

9 creative hotels for experiential travelers Travel

(CNN) — Never mind the sub-freezing temperatures on the Arctic Circle. The magical SnowHotel in Finland forgoes heat as self-preservation, and couples happily choose an ice block over a pillow-top mattress, even on their wedding night. Enjoy the extraordinary ice sculpture and, possibly, Northern Lights dancing outside at the SnowHotel, which is part of the SnowCastle of Kemi complex that is rebuilt each winter. From hotels built out of ice to ... Full story

Genoa bridge collapse: Toll-road firm bears brunt from politicians and traders

Image caption Hundreds of people are unable to return to homes under the bridge. The company managing the bridge that collapsed in northern Italy on Tuesday is now bearing the fallout from politicians and share traders alike. The government has threatened to terminate Autostrade per l'Italia's contracts and impose heavy fines. At one point in morning trading shares in its holding company, Atlantia, fell almost 30% from the previous close. The ... Full story

A tour of Syria - with the Russian military

Media player Video. The BBC's Steve Rosenberg reports from a tour of Syria organised by the Russian military, who are keen to show that life is gradually returning to normal. Syria's civil war isn't over, but Russia has played an important role in putting President Bashar al-Assad on the road to victory. Go to next video: Children pulled from blast rubble in Syria. MOST WATCHED. Why you can trust BBC News Full story

Uganda's Afrobeats MP standing up to Museveni - BBC News

Image caption Bobi Wine beat candidates from the main political parties in last year's by-election to become an MP. Ugandan Afrobeats musician-turned-politician Bobi Wine is due to appear before a military court on treason charges later. The opposition MP was arrested after a vehicle in President Yoweri Museveni's convoy was attacked on Monday. Wine's driver was later shot dead. Another opposition politician Kassiano Wadri, who won Wednesday's ... Full story