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Deadly bacteria release sparks concern at high-security Louisiana lab for vaccine research on pathogen that escaped

Officials are investigating how a deadly type of bacteria was released from a high-security laboratory at the Tulane National Primate Center in Louisiana. Officials say there is no risk to the public.
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Ministry of Truth: Russia Today faces inquiry by media regulator Ofcom over a complaint that anti-western views

Russia Today is to be investigated by Ofcom over a complaint that anti-western views were expressed during a discussion on the Crosstalk programme. Photograph: Dzhavakhadze Zurab/Itar-Tass/CorbisRussia Today is to be investigated by media regulator Ofcom over anti-western comments in a late-night discussion on Ukraine – its sixth ongoing inquiry into the Kremlin-backed news channel following complaints by viewers.
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Bernanke Wants the U.S. President to Declare “Economic Emergencies” in Future Crises

Presidents should get the power to declare economic emergencies along the lines to declare war, said former Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke on Monday. It might make sense to give “the president some ability to declare emergencies or take extraordinary actions and not put that all on the Fed,” Bernanke said at a conference. “The constitution gives the president significant flexibility to respond to military situations,” in part because they are chaotic, he noted.
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Cleveland Mayor Forced to Apologize for Claiming 12-Year-Old Shot by Police Was Responsible for his own Death

The mayor of Cleveland, Ohio, apologized Monday for papers filed by the city that claimed a 12-year-old boy was to blame for his fatal shooting at the hands of police. The family of Tamir Rice, shot to death last November by Cleveland police, filed a lawsuit (pdf) against the city and the officers involved in the shooting. In its response filed Friday, the city originally claimed Rice was responsible for his own death. After news of the city’s stance got out over the weekend, Mayor Frank Jackson apologized to Rice’s family and to Cleveland residents, and said a new response to the family’s suit would be filed within 20 days. “In an attempt to protect all of our defenses, we used words and we phrased things in such a way that was very insensitive to the tragedy in general, the family and the victim in particular,” Jackson said.
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Podcast: Blacklisted Radio 3.1.2015

This episode was technically challenged and somewhat hap hazard. If I sound distracted, it is because I was, extremely. Listening back, which I hate to do, but have to in the post to take commercials and time gaps out, I found it did have some odd entertainment value :)
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Obama’s hypocritical stance on China’s plan to require backdoors in tech products

President Obama wants China to know that the United States government is the only one that can ask Western tech companies to include backdoors in their consumer products. Obama told Reuters that China’s mandates “would essentially force all foreign companies, including U.S. companies, to turn over to the Chinese government mechanisms where they can snoop and keep track of all the users of those services.” That, obviously, would be bad.
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Minnesota aims to fine family farm $500 per day until they consent to unconstitutional forced inspection

If the Minnesota Department of Agriculture (MDA) gets its way, Lake View Natural Dairy Farm, owned and operated by David and Heidi Berglund and their daughter Lyndsay, will be fined $500 per day until they submit to an unconstitutional inspection of their farm. When the farm briefly explored the possibility of selling milk for processing, this triggered a call to the MDA by the processor, and the MDA realized they had no record or control over this farm.
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Pakistan’s mobile phone owners told: be fingerprinted or lose your sim card

Mobile phones didn’t just arrive in Pakistan. But someone could be fooled into thinking otherwise, considering the tens of millions of Pakistanis pouring into mobile phone stores these days. In one of world’s largest efforts to collect biometric information, Pakistan has ordered mobile phone users to verify their identities through fingerprints for a national database being compiled to curb terrorism. If they don’t, their service will be shut off, an unthinkable option for many after a dozen years of explosive growth in mobile phone usage.
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Spain using Social Media to Hunt for Taxes

Spain wants to collect taxes for citizens on Facebook and Twitter using what they say. Spain has its Financial Police to hunt down its own citizens and shake them down or imprison them as they are desperate for money. Last year, Spain went after known athletes for tax evasion. In addition to the social networks, the tax authorities are now also studying online platforms for sale of cars and rental houses.
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Rampant inflation means Russians are spending half of their incomes on food this year

An amazing (and horrible) statistic on Russia’s grim economic outlook can be found in a Quartz article just out. The article reveals that ordinary Russians are going to be spending half of their incomes on food alone this year.
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Netanyahu's "Don't Deal With Iran" Speech To Congress - Live Feed

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu will address the US Congress this morning at 11ET to issue a high-profile warning against what he considers an ill-advised nuclear deal with Iran. This brings to a head weeks of tension between Israel and The White House and numerous politicians (including The President) will boycott be absent during Bibi's speech.
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AVG’s Invisibility Glasses Will Protect You against Facial Recognition Tech

AVG Technologies recently announced that it planed on launching a new type of glasses that virtually render their users “invisible” to facial recognition software and intrusive cameras. Invisibility glasses were developed by AVG Innovation Labs in an attempt to protect the privacy of their users both on-and off-line. Many people feel constrained by the wide spread of smartphone cameras in public spaces, as well as by the surveillance cameras that lurk at nearly every corner.
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IMF bent its rules to hobble Greece with unsustainable debt

The Greek bailout debacle is likely to leave a black mark on the IMF and damage its credibility. ...what credibility?!
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The Internet Of Things: A Dystopian Nightmare Where Everyone And Everything Will Be Monitored On The Internet

Can you imagine a world where your home, your vehicles, your appliances and every single electronic device that you own is constantly connected to the Internet? This is not some grand vision that is being planned for some day in the future.
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Global Debt Is MORE THAN TWICE AS BIG As the Entire World Economy … What Does It Mean?

The Guardian reports that global debt has grown by $57 trillion dollars – to $199 trillion dollars – since the 2008 financial crisis. How much is that? It’s a big number … but what does it actually mean?
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US GOVT ISSUES LOGISTICS SUPPORT TENDER FOR 300 MILITARY PERSONNEL IN UKRAINE

“The contractor shall provide all equipment, vehicles, and personnel..." The US is planning to send about 300 military personnel to Ukraine from March to October to train the Ukrainian army, according to a tender on a US government website that requires logistics for the troops.
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Hillary Clinton exclusively used private email while secretary of state

Open government advocates blasted the Bush administration for using off-the-books email accounts to conduct official business, so it's only fair Hillary Clinton today finds herself in deep shit after the revelation she exclusively used a private email account while serving as secretary of state. When federal officials use non-archived email services, it's a big red flag.
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Ukrainian Food Riots

The CONFIDENCE in the Ukrainian government is collapsing. The price of food is soaring as people now believe their currency will buy less with each passing day. The hrynya has fallen below 4 cents US. Like German Hyperinflation, here too we see people trying to spend their money on food as soon as they get it. To quiet protests over food, President Petro Poroshenko ordered the minister of the food reserve to fill the shelves of stores with flour, sugar, canned meat, and buckwheat from the reserve. The problem – there was no reserve left.
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More Alleged Moderates Join ISIS/Al-Qaeda - Bring TOW Missiles With Them

Yet another extremist brigade in Syria presented by the United States and mainstream media outlets as “moderate” has now officially defected to the side of ISIS and al-Qaeda. Harakat Hazm, propagandized to the American public as the face of the “moderate rebellion” in Syria has been the recipient of a large quantity of American weapons in the past including TOW anti-tank rockets and other arms.
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Iran builds ties with new Yemen regime

As a delegation of ministers from Yemen arrives in Tehran for talks, Iran cheers a new ally on Saudi Arabia's border
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