Ricoh’s GRIII street photography compact goes on sale next month for $899

After showing it off at last year’s Photokina, Ricoh has announced release details for its long-awaited GRIII compact camera. As with the previous two models, it pairs an 18.3mm (28mm-equivalent) f/2.8 lens to an APS-C sensor with the goal of enabling high-quality, discreet street photography. This time around, though, the resolution has been upped to 24 megapixels, the controls have

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DeMarcus Cousins attacks NCAA ‘bullshit’ after Zion Williamson injury

College star Williamson hurt knee on Wednesday night Warriors star Cousins says college basketball is ‘crooked’ Golden State Warriors center DeMarcus Cousins has attacked college basketball after the game’s top prospect, Zion Williamson, suffered a scary injury on Wednesday night. Williamson, who is expected to be the No1 overall pick in this year’s NBA draft and is tipped as a

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How the Jussie Smollett case became part of a larger controversy around believing survivors

The call to “believe survivors” has risen with the #MeToo movement, but it’s sparked a conservative backlash. Since the #MeToo movement gained widespread public attention in 2017, the call to “believe women” has become a core part of the fight against sexual harassment and assault. That phrase and a broader version, “believe survivors,” are reactions to a long history in

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North Carolina elections board orders new House election after ballot tampering scandal

Voters will go back to the drawing board with new primary elections in the Ninth District after the board’s vote. There will be a new House election in North Carolina’s Ninth Congressional District, after the state elections board ruled Thursday that a bizarre ballot tampering scheme had tainted the basic fairness of the November vote. The new election would start

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The bizarre election fraud hearings that could lead to a new House election, explained

A state hearing is entering its fourth day as state officials consider whether to call a new election. At a North Carolina hearing, investigators have laid out in detail an “unlawful,” “coordinated,” and well-funded plot to tamper with absentee ballots in a US House election that remains uncalled more than three months after Election Day — finally bringing clarity to

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Treatment of urinary tract infections | Letters

Carol Ferguson on James Malone-Lee’s treatment, and Carolyn Sugden on her personal experience Your excellent article about chronic urinary tract infections (Would I ever get back to normal life?, G2, 20 February) highlights the lack of awareness among medical professionals and the poor treatment approaches available on the NHS to this debilitating condition, which my 28-year-old daughter has suffered from

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Pinterest blocks vaccine-related searches in bid to fight anti-vaxx propaganda

As pressure mounts on Facebook to explain its role in promoting anti-vaccine misinformation, Pinterest tries different approach On Wednesday morning, Adam Schiff, the powerful chair of the House intelligence committee, joined journalists around the world in a nascent Twitter meme: he searched “vaccine” on Facebook and posted a screenshot of the results. Schiff’s search results were indeed alarming: autofill suggestions

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