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France Confirms No Traces Of Russian Hackers In Macron Campaign Cyber-Attack

In a blow to the anti-Russia narrative being spewed by any and everyone in the western establishment (most recently Hillary again), the head of the French National Agency of Information Systems Security (ANSSI) told AP that France has found no traces of Russian hackers in a cyberattack on President Emmanuel Macron's campaign (we wonder if the result would have been the same if he, like Hillary, had lost).

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VIDEO: Draper's Genetically Modified Cyborg DragonflEye Takes Flight

In January, we wrote about a cybernetic micro air vehicle under development at Draper called DragonflEye. DragonflEye consists of a living, slightly modified dragonfly that carries a small backpack of electronics. The backpack interfaces directly with the dragonfly’s nervous system to control it, and uses tiny solar panels to harvest enough energy to power itself without the need for batteries. Draper showed us a nifty looking mock-up of what the system might look like a few months ago, but today, they’ve posted the first video of DragonflEye taking to the air.

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Microsoft co-founder built the world’s largest plane to launch rockets into space

Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen has spent the last six years working on a giant aircraft capable of launching rockets to space. Today, his company Stratolaunch Systems literally rolled that plane out of its hangar in the Mojave Desert for the first time ever.

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Alarming Study: Pharmaceutical Factory Pollution Accelerating Spread of Superbugs

A recent study illustrates "unprecedented antimicrobial drug contamination" in water near drug manufacturing facilities, accelerating the spread of superbugs. These superbugs can then rapidly spread across the planet due to human travel.

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NASA Releasing Artificial Clouds Over Maryland Coast

Associated Press is reporting that NASA is to release luminescent, artificial clouds above the mid-atlantic coast. The clouds will be accompanied by a sounding rocket launch from the Wallops Flight Facility on Virginia’s eastern shore between 4:25 a.m. and 4:42 a.m.

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CIA Asset Turned American Enemy, Manuel Noriega, Dead At 83

News reports on the recent death of dictator Manuel Noriega have largely ignored the U.S.’ invasion of his country after he ceased to be “useful.” The 1989 invasion resulted in countless civilian deaths and helped cement the U.S.’ reputation as an oppressive force in Latin America.

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2017 Bilderberg Meeting Participant List

Agenda talking points and a list of participants for the upcoming 65th annual Bilderberg globalist confab have been announced. A press release from the official website shows leaders of finance, media and politics will converge in Chantilly, Virginia at the Westfields Marriott starting this week from June 1-4.

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‘Fake news!’ Farage laughs off claim he’s a ‘person of interest’ in FBI’s Russia-Trump probe

Ex-UKIP leader Nigel Farage has laughed off reports by the Guardian that he is a “person of interest” in an FBI investigation into alleged collusion between Russia and Donald Trump’s presidential campaign as “fake news.”

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Secretive Bilderberg Group to talk Russia, Trump & ‘war on information’

Many of the world's most powerful people are gathering for the annual meeting of the mysterious Bilderberg Group this week. Russia, the Trump administration and ‘The war on information’ are among key topics up for discussion. This year’s gathering takes place in Chantilly, Virginia, less than 30 miles from the White House, and goings on in the Oval Office are top of the agenda for the 131 people who’ve confirmed they’re attending.

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Group Sues Mayor, Police, For Details Of Seth Rich Murder Investigation

An independent group investigating the July 2016 murder of Democratic National Committee staffer Seth Rich is suing the Washington, D.C., Metropolitan Police Department (MPD) and Democratic Mayor Muriel Bowser for information connected to the murder investigation. The Profiling Project filed the lawsuit in D.C. Superior Court Wednesday morning, asserting that MPD has mismanaged the murder investigation. The group said that MPD’s stonewalling is unjustified.

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Report Shows Leftist Media AVOIDS Covering Socialist Crisis in Venezuela

There’s lots going down in Venezuela right now. Namely mass starvation and government shootings. You’d think these things newsworthy, but leftist media disagrees. Liberal networks avoid the word Venezuela like fat pride activists avoid vegetables. Take a look at this study…

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NATO Launches Its Own Operation in the Middle East

The recent NATO summit took a decision to formally become a member of the US-led coalition fighting the Islamic State (IS), in addition to its training mission in Iraq. Last year, NATO started a training and capacity-building mission for Iraqi armed forces. In January, it opened a regional center in Kuwait. NATO AWACS aircraft operate in Syria. But the participation in combat actions against the IS has so far been limited to a few aircraft taking part in the operations of the US-led coalition of the willing. Formally, each alliance member contributes to the coalition, but NATO as its own entity does not. Despite the coalition’s efforts, the IS had grown and expanded in Syria till Russia launched its military operation there in 2015.

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Soros: The European Union Is Now In An "Existential Crisis" And Trump's America Is A "Hostile Power"

Commenting on the current state of the European experiment, George Soros warned the European Union has plunged it into an existential crisis as a result of "dysfunctional" institutions and austerity mandates, and will require the bloc to reinvent itself to survive. Speaking at the Brussels Economic Forum, the billionaire investor said the EU had "lost its momentum" as he urged policymakers to abandon hopes of "ever closer union" driven by a top-down approach from Brussels, a statement which will likely displease Germany.

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Did Goldman Just Sell Venezuela's Infamous "Hunger Bonds" (At A Profit)

News that Goldman purchased some $2.8 billion in Venezuela bonds issued by state oil company PDVSA and until recently held by Venezuela's central bank - at a 30% discount to market, paying 31 cents on the dollar or around $865 million in notional - quickly set off a firestorm of angry protests, in which Goldman was accused of making money from other people's misery (even though the story of Goldman's involvement in Venezuela's debt is hardly new, as we reported in 2014 in "How Goldman Sachs Became Broke Venezuela's Loan Shark"

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Russia ready to supply S-400 missile systems to Turkey – Putin

Russia is ready to sell its S-400 air defense systems to Turkey, President Vladimir Putin said at the St. Petersburg International Economic Forum (SPIEF). He added the issue was discussed earlier with his Turkish counterpart.

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DOJ has Obtained FISA Warrant to Spy on DC Journalists: Result 3 White House Leakers Caught

Washington source of mine tells me... .the Justice Department has gotten a warrant from the US Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court — also known as the FISA court — to conduct electronic surveillance on a group of journalists who’ve been the recipient of leaked information, the source said.

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Senator: " EpiPen Manufacturer Mylan Ripped Off the US Government for $1.27 Billion"

For people with severe allergies, having an EpiPen can mean the difference between life and death. Because there’s no generic alternative, EpiPen manufacturer Mylan just keeps jacking up the price and ripping off patients. They also seem to have ripped off the government. Today, a probe by the Department of Health and Human Services concluded that the company actually stiffed taxpayers for three times more than was previously believed.

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Huma’s Humiliating U-Turn: Hillary Hack Invites Weiner Back Home!

She had finally chopped off Anthony Weiner, or so the story went. This, despite the fact that reports had recently stated that the relationship was on the mend. Of course, the day she filed for divorce was also the day Weiner pled guilty to transferring obscene material to a minor, so maybe it was all about public perception. If so, perhaps she should have been smart enough to stay the fuck away from the guy. After all, the paparazzi has him and her staked out 24/7, 365.

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EU Boss Juncker Threatens Trump, USA With Economic Warfare

Furious Jean-Claude Juncker last night lashed out at Donald Trump’s attempts to sideline the EU and vowed Brussels would move to block any attempted trade deals between the US and member states. In a rancorous speech the EU Commission chief accused the eurosceptic President of giving him the “cold shoulder” and ignoring the role of eurocrats in running European trade negotiations.

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Police STate: Children Now Face Fines & Arrest If They Don’t Get a Permit to Mow Grass for Money

In the Land of the Free, it is now illegal to mow grass from extra money during the summer time, unless you pay the right state official for the privilege of working. These permit requirements are ultimately enforced through the power of police and fines.

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