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Shutdown-palooza Is Sickening

Just about every single media outlet has been plastered with "shutdown" propaganda. It's so thick that you can almost feel their fear, which is Americans may not really give a sh*t.
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The iPhone's Fingerprint Scanner Has Shady Government Ties, Anonymous Says

Yesterday, just as the US government shut itself down and put 800,000 people temporarily out of work, the hacktivist group Anonymous—who the FBI wrongly declared to be dead in August—released a video statement with an accompanying Pastebin document claiming that there are definitive links between AuthenTec, the company that developed the iPhone 5S’s fingerprint scanner, and the US government.
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Mayor Bloomberg Uses Private Email To Avoid FOI Requests; Has No Plans To Retain Archive Of Office, NYPD Emails

It appears New York mayor Michael Bloomberg has left no process unexploited during his term as the city's boss, creating a hybrid police/nanny-state firmly founded on the principle that "Bloomberg knows best." If anyone dared to express their doubts, they were swiftly assuaged in a condescending tone that let the questioner know that asking such questions was not only foolish, but also potentially dangerous.
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Drone crash lands in Manhattan

A small helicopter drone flying high above buildings on the East side of Manhattan crash landed just feet away from a businessman during the Monday evening rush hour.
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Tom Clancy Dead at 66: Sources

Author Tom Clancy, whose novel, “The Hunt for Red October” propelled him to fame, fortune and status as a favorite storyteller of the American military, has died, according to sources with his publisher and family. He was 66.
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Widespread Glitches in 34 States

The Web-based marketplaces that form the centerpiece of the president’s health-care law opened for business across the nation Tuesday morning, but many applicants ran into technical glitches that prevented them from signing up for health coverage.
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Dollar falls after US shutdown

The dollar has fallen against a range of currencies, driven by fears that a partial shutdown of the US government will hit the country’s economy.
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65 Killed, 203 Wounded As Baghdad Suffers More Bombings

A series of bombings took place in mostly Shi’ite neighborhoods of Baghdad, including Sadr City. Due to the effectiveness of the many bombings, different sources have been giving highly conflicting casualty figures, but at least 65 were killed and 203 more were wounded.
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Vatican Bank To Shut All Embassy Accounts To Halt Money Laundering

Followng Pope Francis' demand that the Vatican Bank review its procedures, Reuters reports that the bank is likely to close all accounts held by foreign embassies, following concerns about large cash deposits and withdrawals by the missions of Iran, Iraq and Indonesia, according to people with knowledge of the situation.
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Britain Plans to Require Community Service for Jobless Benefits

Under the plan, those out of work for more than two years could be required to take on tasks like cooking for the elderly or cleaning up litter to keep their payments. The initiative represents a significant hardening of policy in a country that once considered the idea of “workfare” taboo.
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Bankrupt Cities Seek Crowdfunding For Garbage

Want to fund your "grilled cheesus" project? Need money to continue your "edible cup" business? Kickstarter is the platform of choice. But now, with the muni bond market suffering from outflows in retail funds and bankruptcies mounting across the nation, cities are increasingly turning to 'crowd-funding'.
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U.S. was warned about Kenya mall attack

U.S. intelligence received reports of a serious threat in Kenya before last week’s terrorist attack at a Nairobi mall that left 62 dead and more than 150 injured, NBC News reported.
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Russian troops wargame invasion of Europe for political gain

Every two years, Russia holds massive military exercises in its north-western territories that open a window onto its strategic thinking and combat capabilities. September’s demonstrated both a growing aggression in Russian military posture, as well as an underlying strategy to keep the West off-balance.
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John McAfee reveals details on gadget to thwart NSA

There may also be a possibility that the NSA is behind the development of this device. It would certainly be in their interest for people to have devices that don't do anything except to make people feel safe. Meanwhile the NSA just continues monitoring as usual.
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