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'Operation Gotham Shield': US government will 'simulate 10,000-ton nuke blast over New York and New Jersey' next week

Operation “Gotham Shield” – a drill testing US government response to a nuclear detonation, commenced on April 18th, and is to run until May 5th. Given the obvious false flag gas attack executed this month in Syria with complicity of the US deep state, any planned “exercise” involving a simulated weapon of mass destruction arouses suspicion and concern.

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American Airlines Employee Suspended After Hitting Mother, Challenging Passenger To A Fight

For US airline Public Relations teams, April has been the cruelest month on record. Less than two weeks after a 69-year-old doctor, David Dao, was hospitalized after Chicago aviation police dragged him from a United Airlines plane sparking international outrage and a public relations nightmare for the carrier, it is now American Airlines' turn to be in the spotlight after the airline suspended a male flight attendant when a video emerged showing him challenging a passenger to a fight after allegedly hitting a woman with a stroller during boarding.

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Diet soda can increase risk of dementia and stroke, study finds

The quest to trim waistlines using artificial sweeteners could be backfiring, as researchers found artificially sweetened drinks like diet soda can increase a person's likelihood of stroke and dementia. A study published in the American Heart Association journal Stroke found a daily diet soda puts a person at three times the risk of dementia and stroke compared to someone who drinks less than one a week.

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Sen. Paul, Scott Bullock: Civil Forfeiture has Ruined Countless Lives. It’s Long Overdue for Reform

Justice Clarence Thomas made headlines last month when he criticized civil forfeiture, a notorious police practice that allows law enforcement to confiscate property, even from people who have never been charged with a crime. “This system,” he wrote, “has led to egregious and well-chronicled abuses.”

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Romania to buy Patriot missiles from U.S. to boost defenses

NATO member Romania plans to buy Patriot missiles from U.S. company Raytheon to help protect its airspace, a senior Defence Ministry official said on Thursday

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‘Strategic messaging’ – Russia flies bombers along US coast 4 times in 4 days

The two most recent sightings occurred late Wednesday and Thursday, with the first involving two IL-38 maritime patrol aircraft and the second involving two Tu-95 nuclear-capable ‘Bear’ bombers. The bombers entered the Alaskan Air Defense Identification Zone 700 nautical miles southwest of Anchorage, Alaska – significantly farther from the US coastline than the two other encounters that occurred on Monday and Tuesday.

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U.S.: 'No doubt' That Villain-Of-The-Day Has Banned Weapons

"Declaring there is no doubt worked last time..."

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Everything's Out -- San Francisco Blackout Shuts Down BART, Traffic Lights, Business Across Downtown

A massive power outage in San Francisco on Friday morning caused a blackout in neighborhoods across the city, from the Financial District to the Presidio, forcing the closure of businesses, a federal courthouse and a BART station, officials said. As SFGates reports, a spokesman for Pacific Gas and Electric Co. said at least 90,000 customers lost power.

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Our State-Corporate Plantation Economy

We've been persuaded that the state-cartel Plantation Economy is "capitalist," but it isn't. It's a rentier skimming machine.

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York police say 104 men arrested as part of child sex trafficking probe

York Regional Police are releasing more details on Friday on a child sex trafficking investigation that resulted in the arrest of more than 100 men accused of “purchasing prostituted children.” Police said in a release Thursday they had completed a multi-year operation.

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Trump targets key Dodd-Frank financial regulations and taxes in new executive actions

Pesident Trump, who has vowed to dismantle the landmark Dodd-Frank financial reform law, will take aim at two of its pillars on Friday. During an appearance at the Treasury Department, Trump is scheduled to sign two presidential memos ordering six-month reviews of the 2010 law’s authority for regulators to designate large firms as a risk to the financial system and to try to shut them down with minimal collateral damage if they’re on the verge of failing, the White House said.

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WATCH: New Homeland Security Chief Gives Orwellian First Speech

New DHS Cheif John Kelly said that America is "under attack from people who hate us, hate our freedoms, hate our laws, hate our values, hate the way we simply live our lives. And we are under attack every single day, the threats are relentless.”

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French presidential hopeful Francois Fillon has called for election campaign events and activities to be suspended the following the shooting in Paris. The attack came just two days before France goes to the polls to elect its president.

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ISIS Claims Responsibility in Latest Paris Terror Attack, Champs-Élysées Shooting

Paris has suffered another terrorist attack, leaving an officer dead and two in critical condition. The shooting attack that occurred on the famous Champs-Élysées avenue was quickly claimed by Isis via their news outlet, and named the male attacker as Abu Yusuf al-Beljiki, indicating also that he was Belgian.

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YouTube to offer fake news workshops to teenagers

YouTube is launching a new campaign to tackle internet safety and issues around fake news, the video streaming site has announced.

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Move over Touch ID—Mastercard is building fingerprint scanners directly into their cards

The company has announced it's beginning trials of its "next-generation biometric card" in South Africa.

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'Weeping Angel': Wikileaks Publishes User Guide for CIA/MI5 Secret Tool

The new 'Vault-7' batch sheds light on MI5/CIA's classified smart TV malware bug manual. The "Weeping Angel" tool is an implant designed for Samsung F Series Smart TVs. It is "designed to record audio from the built-in microphone and egress or store the data," the Wikileaks' press release said.

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Austria arrests 26 leaders of a group that rejects the country's laws

Austrian police arrested 26 people on Thursday in nationwide raids targeting what the government said is a growing and potentially dangerous problem of people refusing to recognise the state's authority. Those detained in dawn operations involving 454 police officers were allegedly leading members of an organisation that rejects Austrian law and has set up its own illegal "state", the government said.

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"We're At The Mercy Of The Algos"; More News Sites Say Facebook's 'Fake News' Filter Is Killing Traffic

Yesterday we highlighted an article written by the Chicago Tribune's Deputy Editor for Digital News, Kurt Gessler, which provided a fairly compelling set of facts to suggest that Facebook's 'fake news' filter was suppressing the distribution of articles from media sources which undoubtedly consider themselves "legitimate new outlets" (with the definition of 'legitimate' left solely to the discretion of Facebook execs, of course).

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Paris gunman was known extremist arrested TWO MONTHS ago for threatening to kill police

French security services are today facing troubling questions as to how they failed to prevent an ISIS gunman from slaughtering one policeman and wounding two other officers in Paris when he was already on a terror watch list and was arrested as recently as February.

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