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Munich Security Conference – Day #1

By Alexandra Brzozowski

As high-ranking security leaders gather in Bavaria for the annual Munich Security Conference this weekend, EURACTIV gives you a glimpse into what is driving the conversation on foreign, defence and security policy. Here's Day 1 in a nutshell.

Jeff Bezos Buying $165 Million Estate, a California Record

By Candace Jackson

The Amazon leader reached a deal for the Warner Estate in Beverly Hills with David Geffen, who has owned it since 1990.

Kobe Bryant Is a Finalist for the Basketball Hall of Fame

By Scott Cacciola

Bryant was expected to take the step toward the hall even before he died in a helicopter crash in January. Tim Duncan, Kevin Garnett and Tamika Catchings are also on the ballot.

Kobe Bryant Memorial Tickets to Sell for as Much as $224

By Kevin Draper

The event, which will commemorate the lives of Bryant and his daughter, Gianna, is Feb. 24 at Staples Center in Los Angeles, with limited tickets for the public.

Kobe Bryant Memorial Tickets to Sell for as Much as $224

By Kevin Draper

The event, which will commemorate the lives of Bryant and his daughter, Gianna, is Feb. 24 at Staples Center in Los Angeles, with limited tickets for the public.

Jeff Bezos Buying $165 Million Estate, a California Record

By Candace Jackson

The Amazon leader reached a deal for the Warner Estate in Beverly Hills with David Geffen, who has owned it since 1990.

Susan Fowler: Why I Wrote the Uber Memo

By Susan Fowler

I was terrified of being labeled “that woman who was sexually harassed.” But I had to speak out.

Oklahoma Botched 2 Executions. It Says It’s Ready to Try Again.

By Graham Lee Brewer and Manny Fernandez

After a pair of botched executions and a five-year hiatus, Oklahoma is preparing to once again carry out the death penalty with the use of lethal injections.

The Astros Offer Apologies, but Draw the Line at Their Title

By Tyler Kepner

The Astros’ players gave a wide range of contrite statements on Thursday for their 2017 cheating scheme. But they insisted they still deserved to win the World Series that year.

The Astros Offer Apologies, but Draw the Line at Their Title

By Tyler Kepner

The Astros’ players gave a wide range of contrite statements on Thursday for their 2017 cheating scheme. But they insisted they still deserved to win the World Series that year.

Are β€˜Near-Death Experiences’ Real?

By John Martin Fischer

They cannot prove the existence of heaven or hell, but they can give us hope.

How Dresden Looked After a World War II Firestorm 75 Years Ago

By Melissa Eddy

Germany commemorated 75 years since the Allied bombing devastated the city. But the milestone has taken on new meaning with the rise of the far right.

The Houston Astros Comment on Their Cheating Scandal: We’re Sorry

By Kevin Draper

Some have apologized. Some have claimed they had no idea. Others are holding on to happier memories. A champion team reflects on a scandal.

The Houston Astros Comment on Their Cheating Scandal: We’re Sorry

By Kevin Draper

Some have apologized. Some have claimed they had no idea. Others are holding on to happier memories. A champion team reflects on a scandal.

A Thorn in YouTube’s Side Digs In Even Deeper

By Kevin Roose

Carlos Maza, a socialist who calls YouTube “deeply unethical and reckless,” is trying to bolster the video site’s left wing.

A Thorn in YouTube’s Side Digs In Even Deeper

By Kevin Roose

Carlos Maza, a socialist who calls YouTube “deeply unethical and reckless,” is trying to bolster the video site’s left wing.

New EU regions president: β€˜Citizens feel left out from the European process’

By Beatriz Rios

Apostolos Tzitzikostas (EPP), the governor of Central Macedonia (Greece), has been elected as the new president of the European Committee of the Regions. He talked to EURACTIV about his main priorities, which include a bottom-up approach to shaping European policies as the only way to overcome the "democratic deficit".

Nissan Sues Carlos Ghosn for $90 Million

By Amie Tsang

The automaker said it was trying to recoup monetary damages its former chairman had inflicted on the company.

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