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The Nightshift: World News 12 September 2018


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People, places, and events for today:

Again: Hurricane Florence

Apple

The Pope Calls a Meeting

Cryptocurrencies

Today is National Chocolate Milkshake Day. Sounds perfect for lunch.

The Nightshift publishes direct links to the world’s greatest English language newspapers to facilitate research and encourage understanding of the world’s events of the day. The links are below. You are strongly encouraged to visit the sites below for news, perspective, and information that is not readily available via mainstream American media. Also, please note that new sites and links are added on a regular basis. Today, we added the link to the NOAA to enable readers to track Hurricane Florence and other weather events.

The Front Page Links

The Times (London

Financial Times (UK)

The Irish Times (Dublin, Ireland)

The Wall Street Journal (European edition)

Washington Post (Washington, D.C.)

New York Times (New York)

The Boston Globe (Boston)

The Guardian

The Los Angeles Times (Los Angeles)

Daily News Egypt (Cairo)

South China Morning Post (Hong Kong)

The Moscow Times (Moscow)

Italian Newspapers in English

Le Figaro (Paris)

Bloomberg.com (New York)

The Jerusalem Post (Jerusalem)

The Japanese Times (Tokyo)

The Local (Oslo)

The Local (Italy)

Sputnik (Moscow)

The Buenas Aires Herald (Buenas Aires)

The Sidney Morning Herald (Sidney)

Deadline Hollywood (Hollywood)

FiveThirtyEight (New York City)

Politico (Washington, DC)

Lawfareblog (Washington, DC)

Wired (San Francisco, CA)

The Weather Channel

CNN News Text Site

Ars Technica  

Agence France-Presse

McClatchy DC Bureau

Xinua

UPI

Oil Prices Dot Com

Air Force Times

Straits Times (Singapore)

NOAA/National Hurricane Center (Miami)

The Fine Print. Embed courtesy of our friends at GettyImages.com, who have the photographic history of the 20th and 21st century on file. This image has not been altered in anyway. We thank GettyImages.com for sharing.  This post is number 1981 for this site (we’ve been busy overnight). The Nightshift is a continually evolving experiment in news communications and is a production of Perception Engineering and The Media Bunker. It’s rapid iteration within a surprisingly wide bandwidth. Thanks for reading. Now–catch up on the world.

 

 

 

 


The Nightshift: World News 11 September 2018


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People, places, and events for today:

Hurricane Florence

9/11 Remembered

Russian War Games

Chinese Takeover of Ski Company

Today is Patriot Day and National Day of Service and Remembrance.

The Nightshift publishes direct links to the world’s greatest English language newspapers to facilitate research and encourage understanding of the world’s events of the day. The links are below. You are strongly encouraged to visit the sites below for news, perspective, and information that is not readily available via mainstream American media. Also, please note that new sites and links are added on a regular basis.

The Front Page Links

The Times (London

Financial Times (UK)

The Irish Times (Dublin, Ireland)

The Wall Street Journal (European edition)

Washington Post (Washington, D.C.)

New York Times (New York)

The Boston Globe (Boston)

The Guardian

The Los Angeles Times (Los Angeles)

Daily News Egypt (Cairo)

South China Morning Post (Hong Kong)

The Moscow Times (Moscow)

Italian Newspapers in English

Le Figaro (Paris)

Bloomberg.com (New York)

The Jerusalem Post (Jerusalem)

The Japanese Times (Tokyo)

The Local (Oslo)

The Local (Italy)

Sputnik (Moscow)

The Buenas Aires Herald (Buenas Aires)

The Sidney Morning Herald (Sidney)

Deadline Hollywood (Hollywood)

FiveThirtyEight (New York City)

Politico (Washington, DC)

Lawfareblog (Washington, DC)

Wired (San Francisco, CA)

The Weather Channel

CNN News Text Site

Ars Technica  

Agence France-Presse

McClatchy DC Bureau

Xinua

UPI

Oil Prices Dot Com

Air Force Times

Straits Times (Singapore)

The Fine Print. Embed courtesy of our friends at GettyImages.com, who have the photographic history of the 20th and 21st century on file. This image has not been altered in anyway. We thank GettyImages.com for sharing.  This post is number 1980 for this site (we’ve been busy overnight). The Nightshift is a continually evolving experiment in news communications and is a production of Perception Engineering and The Media Bunker. It’s rapid iteration within a surprisingly wide bandwidth. Thanks for reading. Now–catch up on the world.

 

 

 

 


Nightshift Sports: US Open 9 September 2018

Day 14
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Context and Background 

The U.S. Open, which started August 27th and ran through September 9th,  is the last tennis major of the year. There was a week of qualifying (the qualifying started on 21 August)before the tournament commenced.

Results 

Men’s Singles Championship:

Djokovic is truly back after another major win with the Championship at the 2018 U.S.Open. It was simply a case of Novak being quicker and more powerful than Del Poltro in the Men’s Final. Last July, Djokovic announced he would not compete again until 2018, due to a persistent elbow injury (the way the pros hit the ball now, with the extreme topspin, it’s amazing they all don’t have elbow issues). Djokovic previously won the 2018 Wimbledon tournament, which marked his return to the top tiers of the sport, and with his U.S.Open win, he has now won 14 Majors and is tied with the U.S. pro, Pete Sampras. Roger Federer has 20 Grand Slams; Rafa Nadal has 17. Djokovic’s victory over Del Poltro showed again, dramatically, the role that injuries can have in a career. It was Del Poltro who won the U.S. Open 9 years ago, at age 20, and who then seemed on the path to being a dominant force in the sport. Instead, Del Poltro had to battle back to this year’s final through four wrist surgeries, enough hospital time to derail other, less focused competitors. To reach the finals, Del Poltro had to take out Nadal, who retired from their semi-final match with knee problems. A very good article on the meeting Del Poltro and Djokovic–written before the finals match on Sunday–was published in METRO.

In tennis–as in every other sport from football to golf–it’s hard to be a superstar or achieve legendary status, if you can’t stay in the game. Injuries increasingly take the most talented players out of the game for a variety of reasons: over training, packed competitive schedules, changes in equipment, just plain bad luck. Who’s coming up that can achieve the results of Nadal, Federer and Djokovic? On the men’s side, there are no clear successors. On the women’s tour, maybe it will be Osaka who at 20 played a powerful and measured game against one of tennis best ever players, Serena Williams. It’ll be fun to see the next generation emerge, hopefully without promising careers cut short or ended by injuries.

A series of links to stories and information about the tournament are listed below. Also, today, we are adding a group of equipment links–just in case you get inspired and go out to play tennis, there are links and information on what to buy and where to buy it. We’ve added TennisAbstract.com, a very comprehensive and intelligent blog which is posted under the nom-de-blog “Heavy Topspin” to the reading list.

Links

Heavy Topspin

New Yorker Coverage of US Open

New York Times continuing coverage (i.e. constant refresh) of Women’s Singles Championships  today (8 Sept 2018)

New York Times Coverage of Friday’s Matches

Direct Link to U.S.Open Website

New York Times Coverage

Nadal/Theim/BBC Coverage

Direct Link to Men’s Draw

Direct Link to Women’s Draw

Direct Link to U.S. Open Draw ( all classes)

U.S.Open Schedule of Play

Players in the 2018 U.S. Open

How to Watch: International

How to Watch: USA

Favorites for 2018

U.S.Open history

The Kyrgios Drama

2018 Wimbledon Final Results

2018 French Open Results and Stories

2018 Australian Open Results

U.S. Open Draw/Results

U.S.Open Sponsors

Federer Vs. Krygios

A Day in the Life of Court 15

Marin Cilic Profile

The Shot

Osaka and Serena

USTA Membership Info

Equipment resources

Nike Tennis

Head Tennis Racquets

Babolot Tennis

Yonex

Wilson

ASICS

Fila

Polo/Ralph Lauren

Addidas

Lacoste

New Balance

Tennis Express (Online ordering)

Tennis Warehouse (Online ordering)

Lotto

The Fine Print: Image embeds courtesy of our friends at GettyImages.com, who have the photographic history of the 20th and 21st century on file. Images are not been altered in any way. All rights reserved by GettyImages.com. Video clips courtesy of U.S. Open Tennis Championship and ESPN. Videos are not been altered in any way. All rights reserved.  We thank them for sharing. Nightshift Sports coverage of the 2018 U.S. Open tennis championship is produced by Perception Engineering and the Media Bunker. Text copyright (c) 2018 donald pierce. Follow Nightshift Sports for the entire tournament as we update on a regular (and irregular) basis). Thanks for reading.

 


The Nightshift: World News 10 September 2018


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People, places, and events for today:

Leslie Moonves

Hurricane Florence 

NFL Season Starts

Novak Djokovic/US Open

Today is National Swap Ideas Day. Got a good idea? Check it out with one of your friends and get their ideas as well.

The Nightshift publishes direct links to the world’s greatest English language newspapers to facilitate research and encourage understanding of the world’s events of the day. The links are below. You are strongly encouraged to visit the sites below for news, perspective, and information that is not readily available via mainstream American media. Also, please note that new sites and links are added on a regular basis.

The Front Page Links

The Times (London

Financial Times (UK)

The Irish Times (Dublin, Ireland)

The Wall Street Journal (European edition)

Washington Post (Washington, D.C.)

New York Times (New York)

The Boston Globe (Boston)

The Guardian

The Los Angeles Times (Los Angeles)

Daily News Egypt (Cairo)

South China Morning Post (Hong Kong)

The Moscow Times (Moscow)

Italian Newspapers in English

Le Figaro (Paris)

Bloomberg.com (New York)

The Jerusalem Post (Jerusalem)

The Japanese Times (Tokyo)

The Local (Oslo)

The Local (Italy)

Sputnik (Moscow)

The Buenas Aires Herald (Buenas Aires)

The Sidney Morning Herald (Sidney)

Deadline Hollywood (Hollywood)

FiveThirtyEight (New York City)

Politico (Washington, DC)

Lawfareblog (Washington, DC)

Wired (San Francisco, CA)

The Weather Channel

CNN News Text Site

Ars Technica  

Agence France-Presse

McClatchy DC Bureau

Xinua

UPI

Oil Prices Dot Com

Air Force Times

Straits Times (Singapore)

The Fine Print. Embed courtesy of our friends at GettyImages.com, who have the photographic history of the 20th and 21st century on file. This image has not been altered in anyway. We thank GettyImages.com for sharing.  This post is number 1978 for this site (we’ve been busy overnight). The Nightshift is a continually evolving experiment in news communications and is a production of Perception Engineering and The Media Bunker. It’s rapid iteration within a surprisingly wide bandwidth. Thanks for reading. Now–catch up on the world.

 

 

 

 


Nightshift Sports: US Open 8 September 2018

Day 13

Context and Background 

The U.S. Open, which started August 27th and runs through September 9th,  is the last tennis major of the year. There was a week of qualifying (the qualifying started on 21 August) and now the real heavy lifting begins with the last week of the tournament now in progress.

Results 

Women’s Singles Championship:

In a contentious, fractious, difficult Women’s Championship, the girl–Naomi Osaka–who idolized Serena Williams, took the queen of the sport down in straight sets. The match was marred by officiating difficulties experienced by Serena, starting with a ruling from the chair that Williams was being coached during the match. She denied it, but her coach later admitted that he was trying to coach her (in Serena’s defense, that doesn’t necessarily mean that she saw the signaling from her coach, who was sitting in the player’s box). It got worse from there, with a broken racquet (another violation) and another violation for abusing the umpire. Serena had a meltdown and paid a huge price for it, but the officiating interference might not have had as much to do with the loss as Serena’s opponent: Osaka broke Serena Williams three times in the first set and had the ground strokes, power, and speed to push Serena around the court. In winning the title, Naomi Osaka became the first Japanese player to win a major (and we all thought it was going to be Kei Nishikori) and she deserved the win, defeating arguably the best woman player of all time. The end of the match was marred by booing fans–which unnerved Osaka–but Serena did the right and classy thing and asked the crowd to stop booing and respect the new Champion. This incident will be debated forever.

Sunday’s Men’s Singles Championship pits Novak Djokovic–back on form after almost a year and a half off–and Juan Martin Del Poltro. Expect lots of big groundstrokes, but a Men’s Final without Nadal seems out-of-character.

 

 

A series of links to stories and information about the tournament are listed below. Also, today, we are adding a group of equipment links–just in case you get inspired and go out to play tennis, there are links and information on what to buy and where to buy it.

Links

New York Times continuing coverage (i.e. constant refresh) of Women’s Singles Championships  today (8 Sept 2018)

New York Times Coverage of Friday’s Matches

Direct Link to U.S.Open Website

New York Times Coverage

Nadal/Theim/BBC Coverage

Direct Link to Men’s Draw

Direct Link to Women’s Draw

Direct Link to U.S. Open Draw ( all classes)

U.S.Open Schedule of Play

Players in the 2018 U.S. Open

How to Watch: International

How to Watch: USA

Favorites for 2018

U.S.Open history

The Kyrgios Drama

2018 Wimbledon Final Results

2018 French Open Results and Stories

2018 Australian Open Results

U.S. Open Draw/Results

U.S.Open Sponsors

Federer Vs. Krygios

A Day in the Life of Court 15

Marin Cilic Profile

The Shot

Osaka and Serena

USTA Membership Info

Equipment resources

Nike Tennis

Head Tennis Racquets

Babolot Tennis

Yonex

Wilson

ASICS

Fila

Polo/Ralph Lauren

Addidas

Lacoste

New Balance

Tennis Express (Online ordering)

Tennis Warehouse (Online ordering)

Lotto

The Fine Print: Image embeds courtesy of our friends at GettyImages.com, who have the photographic history of the 20th and 21st century on file. Images are not been altered in any way. All rights reserved by GettyImages.com. Video clips courtesy of U.S. Open Tennis Championship and ESPN. Videos are not been altered in any way. All rights reserved.  We thank them for sharing. Nightshift Sports coverage of the 2018 U.S. Open tennis championship is produced by Perception Engineering and the Media Bunker. Text copyright (c) 2018 donald pierce. Follow Nightshift Sports for the entire tournament as we update on a regular (and irregular) basis). Thanks for reading.

 


The Nightshift: World News 9 September 2018


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People, places, and events for today:

Miss America

Naomi Osaka

Serena Meltdown

Jack Ma

Swedish Elections

Hurricane Florence

Today is National Teddy Bear Day. Now where did you put that childhood pal?

The Nightshift publishes direct links to the world’s greatest English language newspapers to facilitate research and encourage understanding of the world’s events of the day. The links are below. You are strongly encouraged to visit the sites below for news, perspective, and information that is not readily available via mainstream American media. Also, please note that new sites and links are added on a regular basis.

The Front Page Links

The Times (London

Financial Times (UK)

The Irish Times (Dublin, Ireland)

The Wall Street Journal (European edition)

Washington Post (Washington, D.C.)

New York Times (New York)

The Boston Globe (Boston)

The Guardian

The Los Angeles Times (Los Angeles)

Daily News Egypt (Cairo)

South China Morning Post (Hong Kong)

The Moscow Times (Moscow)

Italian Newspapers in English

Le Figaro (Paris)

Bloomberg.com (New York)

The Jerusalem Post (Jerusalem)

The Japanese Times (Tokyo)

The Local (Oslo)

The Local (Italy)

Sputnik (Moscow)

The Buenas Aires Herald (Buenas Aires)

The Sidney Morning Herald (Sidney)

Deadline Hollywood (Hollywood)

FiveThirtyEight (New York City)

Politico (Washington, DC)

Lawfareblog (Washington, DC)

Wired (San Francisco, CA)

The Weather Channel

CNN News Text Site

Ars Technica  

Agence France-Presse

McClatchy DC Bureau

Xinua

UPI

Oil Prices Dot Com

Air Force Times

Straits Times (Singapore)

The Fine Print. Embed courtesy of our friends at GettyImages.com, who have the photographic history of the 20th and 21st century on file. This image has not been altered in anyway. We thank GettyImages.com for sharing.  This post is number 1976 for this site (we’ve been busy overnight). The Nightshift is a continually evolving experiment in news communications and is a production of Perception Engineering and The Media Bunker. It’s rapid iteration within a surprisingly wide bandwidth. Thanks for reading. Now–catch up on the world.

 

 

 

 


Nightshift Sport: US Open 7 September 2018

Day 12
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Context and Background 

The U.S. Open, which started August 27th and runs through September 9th,  is the last tennis major of the year. There was a week of qualifying (the qualifying started on 21 August) and now the real heavy lifting begins with the last week of the tournament now in progress.

Results 

Men’s Singles:

The Men’s Final on Sunday will be Del Poltro vs. Djokovic. It will be eight US Open final, tying the record.

Rafa Nadal retired after the second set in his battle with Del Poltro. Nadal was suffering from a painful right knee and elected not to continue. He is the first player to retire in the semi-final or final of the US Open since the professional era began in 1968. Nadal played several five set matches(that could not be good for his knees) including a grueling, late night match against Douglas Thiem. Del Poltro won the tournament in 2009 and will be gunning for his second Championship when he plays Novak Djokovic on Sunday. Djokovic is back and strong and playing at a very high level; his power may be too much for Del Poltro.

 

Women’s Singles:

  • There were no Women’s Singles matches on Friday at the Open. Serena Williams will play Naomi Osaka on Saturday afternoon for the Women’s Singles Championship.

 

A series of links to stories and information about the tournament are listed below. Also, today, we are adding a group of equipment links–just in case you get inspired and go out to play tennis, there are links and information on what to buy and where to buy it.

Links

New York Times continuing coverage (i.e. constant refresh) of Women’s Singles Championships  today (8 Sept 2018)

New York Times Coverage of Friday’s Matches

Direct Link to U.S.Open Website

New York Times Coverage

Nadal/Theim/BBC Coverage

Direct Link to Men’s Draw

Direct Link to Women’s Draw

Direct Link to U.S. Open Draw ( all classes)

U.S.Open Schedule of Play

Players in the 2018 U.S. Open

How to Watch: International

How to Watch: USA

Favorites for 2018

U.S.Open history

The Kyrgios Drama

2018 Wimbledon Final Results

2018 French Open Results and Stories

2018 Australian Open Results

U.S. Open Draw/Results

U.S.Open Sponsors

Federer Vs. Krygios

A Day in the Life of Court 15

Marin Cilic Profile

The Shot

Osaka and Serena

USTA Membership Info

Equipment resources

Nike Tennis

Head Tennis Racquets

Babolot Tennis

Yonex

Wilson

ASICS

Fila

Polo/Ralph Lauren

Addidas

Lacoste

New Balance

Tennis Express (Online ordering)

Tennis Warehouse (Online ordering)

Lotto

The Fine Print: Image embeds courtesy of our friends at GettyImages.com, who have the photographic history of the 20th and 21st century on file. This image has not been altered in any way. All rights reserved by GettyImages.com. Video clips courtesy of U.S. Open Tennis Championship and ESPN. This video has not been altered in any way. All rights reserved.  We thank them for sharing. Nightshift Sports coverage of the 2018 U.S. Open tennis championship is produced by Perception Engineering and the Media Bunker. Text copyright (c) donald pierce. Follow Nightshift Sports for the entire tournament as we update on a regular (and irregular) basis). Thanks for reading.

 


The Nightshift: World News 8 September 2018


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This is the afternoon edition.

People, places, and events for today:

Trump vs. Obama

Brett Kavanaugh

The Electric E-Type

Elon Musk

US Open Tennis

Today is National Ampersand Day & we wouldn’t have it any other way.

The Nightshift publishes direct links to the world’s greatest English language newspapers to facilitate research and encourage understanding of the world’s events of the day. The links are below. You are strongly encouraged to visit the sites below for news, perspective, and information that is not readily available via mainstream American media. Also, please note that new sites and links are added on a regular basis.

The Front Page Links

The Times (London

Financial Times (UK)

The Irish Times (Dublin, Ireland)

The Wall Street Journal (European edition)

Washington Post (Washington, D.C.)

New York Times (New York)

The Boston Globe (Boston)

The Guardian

The Los Angeles Times (Los Angeles)

Daily News Egypt (Cairo)

South China Morning Post (Hong Kong)

The Moscow Times (Moscow)

Italian Newspapers in English

Le Figaro (Paris)

Bloomberg.com (New York)

The Jerusalem Post (Jerusalem)

The Japanese Times (Tokyo)

The Local (Oslo)

The Local (Italy)

Sputnik (Moscow)

The Buenas Aires Herald (Buenas Aires)

The Sidney Morning Herald (Sidney)

Deadline Hollywood (Hollywood)

FiveThirtyEight (New York City)

Politico (Washington, DC)

Lawfareblog (Washington, DC)

Wired (San Francisco, CA)

The Weather Channel

CNN News Text Site

Ars Technica  

Agence France-Presse

McClatchy DC Bureau

Xinua

UPI

Oil Prices Dot Com

Air Force Times

Straits Times (Singapore)

The Fine Print. Embed courtesy of our friends at GettyImages.com, who have the photographic history of the 20th and 21st century on file. This image has not been altered in anyway. We thank GettyImages.com for sharing.  This post is number 1974 for this site (we’ve been busy overnight). The Nightshift is a continually evolving experiment in news communications and is a production of Perception Engineering and The Media Bunker. It’s rapid iteration within a surprisingly wide bandwidth. Thanks for reading. Now–catch up on the world.

 

 

 

 


Nightshift Sports: US Open 6 September 2018

Day 11
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Context and Background 

The U.S. Open, which started August 27th and runs through September 9th,  is the last tennis major of the year. There was a week of qualifying (the qualifying started on 21 August) and now the real heavy lifting begins with the last week of the tournament now in progress.

Results 

Men’s Singles:

Martin Del Poltro will play Raphael Nadal on Day 12 for one spot in the Men’s Finals. Nishikori will play Djokovic for the other spot in the finals on the same day (7 September 2018).

Women’s Singles:

  • Naomi Osaka defeats Madison Keys, 6-1, 6-4
  • Serena Williams defeats Anastasijia Sevastova, 6-3, 6-0

Osaka will meet Serena Williams in the Women’s Final. Osaka is 20 years old and is looking forward to playing Serena–her idol since Osaka was very young.

A series of links to stories and information about the tournament are listed below. Also, today, we are adding a group of equipment links–just in case you get inspired and go out to play tennis, there are links and information on what to buy and where to buy it.

Links

Direct Link to U.S.Open Website

New York Times Coverage

Nadal/Theim/BBC Coverage

Direct Link to Men’s Draw

Direct Link to Women’s Draw

Direct Link to U.S. Open Draw ( all classes)

U.S.Open Schedule of Play

Players in the 2018 U.S. Open

How to Watch: International

How to Watch: USA

Favorites for 2018

U.S.Open history

The Kyrgios Drama

2018 Wimbledon Final Results

2018 French Open Results and Stories

2018 Australian Open Results

U.S. Open Draw/Results

U.S.Open Sponsors

Federer Vs. Krygios

A Day in the Life of Court 15

Marin Cilic Profile

The Shot

Osaka and Serena

USTA Membership Info

Equipment resources

Nike Tennis

Head Tennis Racquets

Babolot Tennis

Yonex

Wilson

ASICS

Fila

Polo/Ralph Lauren

Addidas

Lacoste

New Balance

Tennis Express (Online ordering)

Tennis Warehouse (Online ordering)

Lotto

The Fine Print: Image embeds courtesy of our friends at GettyImages.com, who have the photographic history of the 20th and 21st century on file. This image has not been altered in any way. All rights reserved by GettyImages.com. Video clips courtesy of U.S. Open Tennis Championship and ESPN. This video has not been altered in any way. All rights reserved.  We thank them for sharing. Nightshift Sports coverage of the 2018 U.S. Open tennis championship is produced by Perception Engineering and the Media Bunker. Text copyright (c) donald pierce. Follow Nightshift Sports for the entire tournament as we update on a regular (and irregular) basis). Thanks for reading.

 


The Nightshift: World News 7 September 2018


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People, places, and events for today:

Burt Reynolds

(we’re gonna miss him…..)

Today is National Beer Lover’s Day. Seems appropriate with the passing of Burt Reynolds

The Nightshift publishes direct links to the world’s greatest English language newspapers to facilitate research and encourage understanding of the world’s events of the day. The links are below. You are strongly encouraged to visit the sites below for news, perspective, and information that is not readily available via mainstream American media. Also, please note that new sites and links are added on a regular basis.

The Front Page Links

The Times (London

Financial Times (UK)

The Irish Times (Dublin, Ireland)

The Wall Street Journal (European edition)

Washington Post (Washington, D.C.)

New York Times (New York)

The Boston Globe (Boston)

The Guardian

The Los Angeles Times (Los Angeles)

Daily News Egypt (Cairo)

South China Morning Post (Hong Kong)

The Moscow Times (Moscow)

Italian Newspapers in English

Le Figaro (Paris)

Bloomberg.com (New York)

The Jerusalem Post (Jerusalem)

The Japanese Times (Tokyo)

The Local (Oslo)

The Local (Italy)

Sputnik (Moscow)

The Buenas Aires Herald (Buenas Aires)

The Sidney Morning Herald (Sidney)

Deadline Hollywood (Hollywood)

FiveThirtyEight (New York City)

Politico (Washington, DC)

Lawfareblog (Washington, DC)

Wired (San Francisco, CA)

The Weather Channel

CNN News Text Site

Ars Technica  

Agence France-Presse

McClatchy DC Bureau

Xinua

UPI

Oil Prices Dot Com

Air Force Times

Straits Times (Singapore)

The Fine Print. Embed courtesy of our friends at GettyImages.com, who have the photographic history of the 20th and 21st century on file. This image has not been altered in anyway. We thank GettyImages.com for sharing.  This post is number 1970 for this site (we’ve been busy overnight). The Nightshift is a continually evolving experiment in news communications and is a production of Perception Engineering and The Media Bunker. It’s rapid iteration within a surprisingly wide bandwidth. Thanks for reading. Now–catch up on the world.