News Headlines - 01 December 2015

Thailand printers refuse to print New York Times cover story - BBC News

The New York Times' printer in Thailand has refused to print one of its articles, leaving a blank space on its cover page.
The article, titled "Thai spirits sagging with the economy", discussed the country's flagging economy and touched on royal succession concerns.

Almost nobody in Japan eats whale. Why is whaling so important to Japan? - CSMonitor.com

If the economic explanations don’t add up, then international opponents are left to look for a larger cultural incentive. Namely, the Japanese don’t want to be told what to do.

Is Google Glass Coming Back From the Dead? - TheStreet

But Alphabet (GOOGL - Get Report) has not given up on the concept. As CNBC reports, the U.S. Patent Office has given its imprimatur to an application for the next generation of Glass -- a smaller, monocle-style version.

Andy Murray and Britain's victorious Davis Cup team arrive at Downing Street wearing tracksuits for meeting with David Cameron  | Daily Mail Online

Great Britain's triumphant Davis Cup team decided against suits and ties for their visit to 10 Downing Street as Andy Murray and his team-mates wore tracksuits for their meeting with David Cameron.

Fossil of dog-sized horned dinosaur shows east-west divide in America | The Guardian

A scientist has uncovered the fossil of a dog-sized horned dinosaur that roamed eastern North America up to 100 million years ago.
The fragment of jaw bone provides evidence of an east-west divide in the evolution of dinosaurs on the North American continent.








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