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Shooting rampage in Munich: Multiple deaths & attacks reported, gunmen at large

Six people died in the shooting and many more were injured in the incident, German broadcaster BR reported, citing its own correspondent

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White House Moves To Reauthorize Military Equipment For Police

The Obama White House is set to authorize police agencies to once again acquire military equipment, a move that is sure to be met with heavy criticism from activists seeking greater accountability from police in light of regular police killings of Black men. Reuters reported Thursday that the U.S. government will revisit a 2015 ban on police forces getting riot gear, armored vehicles and other military-grade equipment from the U.S. armed forces. The use of military gear by police agencies was criticized by supporters of the Black Lives Matter movement and other critics of police impunity and brutality as being part of a broader militarization of police, which was seen as a factor in the mistreatment of demonstrators and U.S. residents.

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French government orders destruction of Nice attack CCTV footage officially to prevent leaks

An urgent legal requisition was sent to urban supervision center of Nice Wednesday, July 20. The Paris evokes a desire to “avoid the uncontrolled dissemination of these images.”

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German Officials Respond to Migrant’s Axe Attack by Calling for ‘Mandatory Islam Classes’

Local authorities are calling for classes on Islam to be brought in at schools across the country after a radicalized Muslim youth attacked passengers on a train with an axe on Monday. “It is appropriate to bring in classes on Islam in state schools or schools overseen by the state,” Gerd Landsberg, head of the association of local councils, told the Rheinische Post on Wednesday. In this way the state can gain more control over the upbringing of Muslim youths, Landsberg said.

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Michigan Goes Total Police State With Roadside Saliva Check Points

The Michigan State Police is working on plans to establish a pilot program for roadside drug testing, a spokeswoman said. A new law instructs the state police to pick five counties where it will run a one-year pilot program for saliva-based testing to check drivers for drugs like marijuana, heroin and cocaine. “We expect the counties to be finalized this summer with a pilot to begin sometime later in the year,” MSP spokeswoman Shanon Banner said.

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How Alex Jones Uses Fear of the Government to Sell Diet Supplements

Alternative media mogul Alex Jones—one of the most prominent opponents of the New World Order, “scientific dictatorship,” and the secret society that controls the police—has come a long way since he started his first radio show at KJFK in Austin, Texas. The Alex Jones Show, which peddles far-right and libertarian leaning political and social views to its emotionally-invested listeners, is syndicated on over 160 AM and FM stations across the country, carried by the America’s Talk channel on internet radio juggernaut iHeartRadio, and distributed as a popular podcast on iTunes. His website Infowars, which runs various news stories and serves as a hub for his show, gets around 6 million unique visitors per month, according to web analytics firm Alexa.

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Left-Right Divide Explodes In Spitting, Swearing, Fight As Alex Jones Interrupts 'Young Turks' At RNC

In a dramatic example of the extreme polarization between the left- and right-leaning American public, a 'brawl' broke out between famous left-wing host of "The Young Turks" Cenk Uygur and controversial conservative Alex Jones (of InfoWars) on the sidelines of the Republican National Convention. The contretemps was caught on tape in Media Row at the GOP convention, but as The Hill reports, it's unclear from the video what exactly they were arguing about beyond name-calling - "anti-liberal," "bitch," "hatchet man," "liar" - and a suggestion that Uygur doesn't talk enough about Saudi Arabia.

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Verizon Set To Buy Yahoo For $5 Billion

It appears that after years of attempts to quietly, then not so quietly sell itself, the increasingly troubled former internet portal giant may have finally found the "greatest fool" thanks to Verizon. According to Bloomberg, Verizon is the lead bidder for Yahoo with a total consideration of about $5 billion, and an announcement may come in the next few days.

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"The Hillary Leaks" - Wikileaks Releases 19,252 Previously Unseen DNC Emails

The state department's release of Hillary emails may be over, but that of Wikileaks is just starting. Moments ago, Julian Assange's whistleblower organization released over 19,000 emails and more than 8,000 attachments from the Democratic National Committee. This is part one of their new Hillary Leaks series, Wikileaks said in press release

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Scandal-hit Ailes resigns as head of Fox News

Roger Ailes, who built Fox News into a politically powerful cable network, resigned Thursday under the cloud of a sexual harassment lawsuit. He was replaced by Rupert Murdoch, head of parent company 21st Century Fox and founder of the empire that included Fox.

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Russian warplanes reportedly bombed US base in Syria

Russian warplanes reportedly bombed a secret military base in Syria used by elite American and British forces last month. The Wall Street Journal reported Thursday that the Russian strike on the CIA-linked site was part of a campaign by Russia to pressure the White House to agree to closer cooperation in the Syrian skies, U.S. military and intelligence officials said.

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Groundbreaking Review Shows How Glyphosate Alters DNA Toward Chronic Illness

A new review of scientific literature is linking one of the most well known and notorious herbicides in the United States to a variety of diseases as a result of a mechanism that modifies the function of human DNA. In the review entitled “Glyphosate pathways to modern disease V: Amino acid analogue of glycine in diverse proteins,” conducted by Anthony Samsel, PhD, an independent scientist, and Stephanie Seneff, PhD, a scientist at Massachusetts Institute of Technology adds yet another litany of reasons why glyphosate is dangerous to human health.

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$13 Billion Aircraft Carrier Struggles with Air Operations, Can’t Defend Itself, Systems ‘Likely Require Redesigning’

The $12.9 billion USS Gerald R. Ford — the most expensive warship ever built — may struggle to launch and recover aircraft, mount a defense and move munitions, according to the Pentagon’s top weapons tester. On-board systems for those tasks have poor or unknown reliability issues, according to a June 28 memo obtained by Bloomberg News.

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iPhone Case to Monitor Device’s Radios for Surveillance Activity

Of course, inexpensive signal blocking pouches can prevent phones from communicating. You have to test them to make sure that they’re actually blocking the signals. See: Black Hole Faraday Bags, for example. This thing below, however, will tell you when something dodgy is happening. (Much better than my warm-to-the-touch-dead-battery indicator.)

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IMF chief Lagarde to stand trial in €400mn payout case - court

IMF chief Christine Lagarde must stand trial for her role in a €400 million payout case while she was French finance minister back in 2008, France's highest appeals court has ruled. News that the IMF chief may face a negligence trial in France had been circulating in the media for several years. Bernard Tapie, a former owner of Marseilles football club, was awarded €400 million ($440 million) compensation in a lawsuit against the French bank Credit Lyonnais, which he accused of undervaluing his stake in multinational sportswear company Adidas. Lagarde, who was former President Nicolas Sarkozy’s finance minister at the time, sent the case to arbitration and ratified the payout.

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'The Economist' Celebrates British People Becoming A Minority In Their Own Country

In 2014, 27% of babies born in England and Wales had immigrant mothers, up from just 12% in 1990. Polish women had more babies than any other immigrant group: they accounted for 3.2% of all births. Pakistanis were second, followed by Indians, Bangladeshis and Nigerians. Many other babies who were born to British women had an immigrant father. Soon these babies will be in school and their parents will be pinned to Britain.

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Highway Bluetooth detectors are spying on motorists and pedestrians

DHS, the Dept., of Transportation and probably the DEA are using Bluetooth detectors to spy on motorists and pedestrians. Government agencies like DHS and the DEA use Bluetooth detectors to gather Bluetooth data from a Wireless Sensor Network.

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Seattle TSA Worker Arrested on Voyeurism Charge

A Transportation Security Administration agent in Seattle was arrested after allegedly being spotted using a phone to take video up a woman’s skirt at the city’s airport, according to authorities. Nicholas Fernandez, 29, was arrested on a charge of voyeurism Tuesday, Seattle police said in an arrest report. The incident occurred on an escalator, and not in a security line.

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A Brief History of the "War on Cops": The False Allegation That Enables Police Violence

Police loom in the background as activists from BYP 100 and the #LetUsBreathe collective form a blockade line at Chicago's Homan Square facility, a site of documented torture of civilians by the police, on July 20, 2016. (Photo: Sarah-Ji) As part of a global action proclaiming "Freedom Now," Black Lives Matter groups shut down police operations around the country on July 20. From Oakland to Washington, D.C., New York City to Chicago and Detroit, these bold and creative acts of civil disobedience issued a demand to "Fund Black Futures." Protests in New York shut down the Patrolmen's Benevolent Association while those in D.C. closed the National Fraternal Order of Police office for the day.

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A Mormon Tycoon Wants to Build Joseph Smith’s Mega-Utopia in Vermont

As the story goes, the plat plan appeared to Smith while he was studying Enoch, an Old Testament prophet who designed a city so perfect it was whisked off to heaven. The text accompanying the blueprint, written out by Smith and his comrades, says each plat should house 15,000 to 20,000 people within one square mile

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