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In Transparent Act, Obama Administration Erases Civilian Deaths From Drone Strikes

President Barack Obama’s administration claims 64 to 116 “non-combatants” have been killed by CIA or United States military drone strikes. The number is preposterously low, and the best evidence yet of how the government propagandizes the public into believing drones are “precise” and rarely kill anyone but targeted “terrorists.” The casualty counts, along with an executive order on “pre- and post-strike policies,” were released right before Fourth of July weekend, a clear act aimed at ensuring the least amount of attention was given to the administration’s latest effort to conceal the truth of who is killed by targeted assassinations. A “summary of information” released by the Director for National Intelligence (DNI) maintains 473 strikes “against terrorist targets outside areas of active hostilities.” It states somewhere between 2,372 and 2,581 “combatants” were killed.

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"EU Wants An Empire" - Brussels Plans To Expand Into Middle East, Africa

The latest EU foreign policy document, titled “A Global Strategy for the European Union’s Foreign And Security Policy“, calls for an extension of the Union's influence in regions as far as Central Asia and Central Africa. It also outlines “gradual synchronisation and mutual adaptation” between different member states’ individual defence strategies.

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Hacked Emails Confirm NATO Push To Provoke, Escalate Conflict With Russia

Just two weeks ago, a huge scandal erupted within another 'union' as Germany slammed NATO for "warmongering" destroying the fictional narrative that 'innocent' NATO was merely reacting to evil Russian provocations. Furthermore, as NATO accelerated its encirclement of Russia, with British soldiers deployed in Estonia, US soldiers operating in Latvia and Canadians in Poland, while combat units are being increased in the Mediterranean...

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Toxic algae bloom blankets Florida beaches, prompts state of emergency

“Animals are in distress, some are dying, the smell is horrible,” he told CNN on Friday. “You have to wear a mask in the marina and the river. It’s heartbreaking and there is no end in sight.” The economic impact is devastating, he said. “This town is 100% driven by tourism but the tourism is empty,” he said. “You go to the beach and it’s the height of summer and we have empty beaches, empty restaurants, empty hotels.”

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Clinton sought secret info on EU bailout plans as son-in-law's doomed hedge fund gambled on Greece

Hedge fund manager Marc Mezvinsky had friends in high places when he bet big on a Greek economic recovery, but even the keen interest of his mother-in-law, then-Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, wasn't enough to spare him and his investors from financial tragedy. In 2012, Mezvinski, the husband of Chelsea Clinton, created a $325 million basket of offshore funds under the Eaglevale Partners banner through a special arrangement with investment bank Goldman Sachs. The funds have lost tens of millions of dollars predicting that bailouts of the Greek banking system would pump up the value of the country’s distressed bonds. One fund, exclusively dedicated to Greek debt, suffered near-total losses.

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FBI asks agencies who responded to Pulse to deny records requests

The FBI has asked law enforcement agencies who responded to Pulse nightclub to withhold records from the public, according to officials. A June 20 letter from the FBI, attached to the City or Orlando's lawsuit over withholding 911 calls and other records from 25 media outlets including the Orlando Sentinel, was also sent to the Seminole County Sheriff's Office with instructions pertaining to how they should respond to records requests.

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All Eyes Now Turn To FBI Director Jim Comey In Clinton Investigation

News about any FBI activity as it relates to the investigation into Hillary Clinton has been sparse lately, and as we noted earlier, the fact that it has been relatively quiet may be a growing concern inside the Clinton camp. However, due to the fallout from the recent private meeting between Attorney General Loretta Lynch and Bill Clinton, the spotlight is now squarely shining on the FBI, and director Jim Comey in particular.

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Dangerous super bacteria found in Rio waters before Summer Olympics

Two new academic studies shared with Reuters news show that scientists have found drug-resistant "super bacteria" off Rio de Janeiro beaches - some of which will be hosting Olympic events in August. These deadly microbes, normally only found in hospital settings, have been turning up in the waters near some of the city's most popular tourist destinations. Though city officials are blaming illegal dumping for the contamination, it more likely has something to do with the fact that Rio pumps literal tons of raw sewage into the ocean with only minimal treatment for safety.

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NASA Has Confirmed That Earth Now Has A Second Moon That’s Here To Stay

It’s been confirmed that the moon is no longer Earth’s only cosmic companion. NASA reported this month that a mini-moon, affectionately named asteroid 2016 HO3, has been orbiting Earth for only about 100 years and may stick around for a few centuries.

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Brexit and the Derivatives Time Bomb

Brexit could trigger a $500 trillion derivatives meltdown, by forcing the EU to allow insolvent member governments and banks to write down debt. Italy is in financial crisis and is already petitioning for that concession. How to avoid collapse of the massive derivatives house of cards? Alternatives are considered. Sovereign debt – the debt of national governments – has ballooned from $80 trillion to $100 trillion just since 2008. Squeezed governments have been driven to radical austerity measures, privatizing public assets, slashing public services, and downsizing work forces in a futile attempt to balance national budgets. But the debt overhang just continues to grow

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Google My Activity shows everything that company knows about its users – and there’s a lot

Google has launched a new site that shows absolutely everything it knows about its users. And there’s an awful lot of it. The new My Activity page collects all of the data that Google has generated by watching its customers as they move around the web. And depending on your settings that could include a comprehensive list of the websites you’ve visited and the things you’ve done with your phone.

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California Lawmakers Pass Unprecedented Package of Gun Control Bills

Spurred by outrage over recent mass shootings, California lawmakers on Thursday sent Gov. Jerry Brown a sweeping package of gun control bills, including a ban on the sale of semi-automatic rifles with detachable magazines, background checks for those buying ammunition and new restrictions on homemade firearms.

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Hack Reveals NATO General Plotting Against Obama On Russia Policy

In a series of messages in 2014, Breedlove sought meetings with former Secretary of State Colin Powell, asking for advice on how to pressure the Obama administration to take a more aggressive posture towards Russia.

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New Tennessee Law Sets Stage to Reject International Gun Control

Today, a new Tennessee law setting the foundation to stop enforcement of gun control imposed by international law or treaty goes into effect.

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The Evolution of AI: Can Morality be Programmed?

Our artificial intelligence systems are advancing at a remarkable rate, and though it will be some time before we have human-like synthetic intelligence, it makes sense to begin working on programming morality now. And researchers at Duke University are already well on their way.

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NASA spacecraft reveals sounds made when crossing into ‘Jupiter’s home turf’

NASA’s Juno spacecraft, which is heading towards Jupiter, has entered the planet’s magnetic field and has given scientists the chance to hear what it is like to cross from the solar system into “Jupiter’s home turf.”

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Murder by drone: Obama to announce civilian death toll numbers, but there's a catch

President Barack Obama is expected to announce the number of civilians killed by "illegal" US drone strikes Friday, but only in countries where the world's biggest military hasn't officially declared war.

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CIA Press Conference Looks Like SNL Skit As Official Refuses To Answer Questions On Stolen Arms

After coming into the White House with statements about being the most transparent administration in history, the Obama administration has done anything but operate with transparency.

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Boston police captain’s son indicted on new charges in alleged bomb plot

The son of a Boston police captain was indicted on fresh charges in connection with an alleged plot, inspired by Islamic State, to detonate bombs filled with nails and ball bearings in crowded public places, federal prosecutors said on Thursday.

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PBS donations are secretly being used by police to spy on Americans

DHS and the First Responders Group (FRG) have created a way to transmit encrypted live video and data using broadcast television signals, It’s called ‘datacasting‘. (The FRG is part of DHS)

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