The Hottest Stories on the Internet Today (Tuesday February 21)

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Here are some of the stories making headlines today.

Swedish newspaper trolls Trump in the most epic way

Sweden’s embassy in the U.S. is looking forward to schooling Trump

Frugal guy escapes burning bus, then returns to ‘tap off’ his travel card, and fair enough

J.K. Rowling has the best response to Trump’s non-existent Sweden attack

Yep, the U.S. gave a ‘Make Somalia Great Again’ hat to the country’s president

Chinese companies are torching trash off power lines with flame-throwing drones

That Britney Spears biopic is a travesty, and Twitter wants its 2 hours back

Fox News anchor blasts Trump for calling media ‘enemy of the American people’

You’ll never guess which country wants to establish a city on Mars

PewDiePie taught YouTube a valuable lesson

Billionaire investor Mark Cuban calls Amazon ‘the greatest startup in the world’

We took a 1,000-horsepower electric luxury sedan for a spin on the streets of Silicon Valley

Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte ‘ordered death squad hits’ – including on a staunchly critical radio host

Google and Bing are about to make it tougher to search for illegal streaming and download sites

Adolf Hitler’s wartime phone sold for more than £195,000 at a US auction

RANKED: The 21 most expensive holiday destinations on the planet

11 insider facts most flight attendants know – and you probably don’t

The 50 most expensive colleges in America

Pence met with open skepticism in Brussels

Kim Jong Nam’s death: Footage surfaces showing attack

Eastern Ukraine ceasefire set to take place — but will it hold?

US Defense Secretary: We’re not in Iraq to seize oil

Trump’s Sweden comment raises questions

Paul Pogba stays up to watch NBA All-Star game

Dani Alves: Why I quit ‘false’ Barcelona and called CR7 ‘too selfish’

Pogba and Ibrahimovic have been box office for Manchester United

Where does Zlatan rank in our top 10 Premier League free transfers?

Mourinho: ‘Chelsea can pay more attention to quarter-final than us’

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