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Is the NSA the real president of the United States?

The US intelligence community continues its war to kick Donald Trump to the curb and destroy his presidency. Obviously, the NSA, the CIA, and their silent partners want to continue to run this country. So they spy and leak, spy and leak. We’ll get to the guts of the problem in a minute, but first a word from Bill Binney.

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This Is How the Status Quo Unravels: As the Pie Shrinks, Everybody Demands Their Piece Should Get Bigger

Fragmentation, discord, discontent, class war: this is the inevitable result of a shrinking pie. The politics of the past 70 years was all about horsetrading who got what share of the growing pie: the "pie" being cheap energy, government revenues and consumption, sales and profits.

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Former Marine arrested in Los Angeles over pipe bombs found in Denver hotel room

A former U.S. Marine was arrested in Los Angeles Thursday after authorities discovered a number of pipe bombs in a Denver hotel room he inhabited.

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THE CIA AND THE MEDIA

How Americas Most Powerful News Media Worked Hand in Glove with the Central Intelligence Agency and Why the Church Committee Covered It Up

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Visualizing The Fake News Problem

There’s been no shortage of blame passed around for the so-called “fake news” epidemic that has been front and center since the U.S. election. As Visual Capitalist's Jeff Desjardins explains, social media has been singled out as one key factor leading to the spread of misleading or false news. However, low barriers to entry for creating content, hyperpartisanism, confirmation bias, and the echo-chamber effect have also been identified as causes or symptoms in the proliferation of such stories.

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Could your Fitbit data be used to deny you health insurance?

Wearing a fitness tracking device could earn you cash from your health insurance company. At first, this sounds lucrative for the people who participate, and good for the companies, who want healthier insurance customers. But it’s not quite so simple. Under the program, people who have certain health insurance coverage plans with United Healthcare can elect to wear a Fitbit activity tracker and share their data with the insurance company. The data would be analyzed by Qualcomm Life, a company that processes medical data from wireless sensors for doctors, hospitals and insurance companies. Depending on how active participants are, as measured by the Fitbit, they could earn as much as US$1,500 toward health care services each year.

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AUDIO: John McCain shares insider info with prankster posing as Ukrainian PM

For the second time in a week, a Russian comedian has released a prank call with a top member of the U.S. Congress. “Hello Mr. Prime Minister, how are you?” Arizona Sen. John McCain told a man known as Vovan, who was posing as Ukrainian Prime Minister Volodymyr Groysman. After exchanging pleasantries, the prankster said he wanted to talk about U.S. sanctions on Russia.

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Pipeline exec compares Dakota protesters to terrorists

A top executive at the company building the controversial Dakota Access pipeline on Wednesday compared pipeline opponents to terrorists. Joey Mahmoud, executive vice president of Texas-based Energy Transfer Partners, said protesters have “assaulted numerous pipeline personnel,” destroyed millions of dollars’ worth of construction equipment and even fired a pistol at law enforcement during months of demonstrations against the 1,200-mile pipeline, which will carry North Dakota oil to an Illinois terminal.

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THE MYSTERY OF WIKILEAKS’ CRYPTIC “VAULT 7”: DO YOU KNOW WHAT THIS MEANS?

Starting on February 4th, each day Wikileaks began sending out a series of cryptic question Tweets teasing the world about “Vault 7”. The questions were framed in Who, What, When, Where, Why, and How format (but not in that order). Each came with an image “clue”. Here they are in chronological order starting with the earliest.

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WikiLeaks Releases Documents On Alleged CIA Spying On French Presidential Candidates

Anti-secrecy organization WikiLeaks released a set of documents allegedly showing CIA espionage on candidates in France’s 2012 presidential elections. The seven pages of documents appear to be classified orders for intelligence operatives to gather information regarding candidates’ political strategies and internal communications. WikiLeaks’ release of the documents comes amid growing tensions between Trump and the intelligence community over leaks of classified information that have portrayed people close to Trump in a negative light.

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College Suspends Student Who Filmed Prof Calling Trump Election “Act of Terrorism”

The college student who took video of a human sexuality instructor telling a class that Republican President Donald Trump’s election was an “act of terrorism” got suspended from the California school for one semester.

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Saudis Slaughter More Women and Children in U.S.-Backed War in Yemen

It matters little who sits in the Oval Office, the blood continues to flow in the Middle East, and America’s “exceptional” hands remain soaked in it. In the latest report from Yemen, news has emerged of the deaths of 9 women and 1 child in the latest act of U.S.-approved Saudi barbarism.

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Police teargas masked protesters in Paris suburb as anti-cop riots continue (VIDEO)

Police deployed tear gas to disperse up to 200 protesters in the Paris metro station of Bobigny, as riots rock the French capital for the second week, following an alleged instance of police brutality towards a black suspect on February 2. Video from location, captured by RT’s Jonathan Moadab, shows wisps of gas rising above the concrete concourse of the station, located on the northeastern outskirts of the city.

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Greek Bank Run Re-accelerates: Massive Deposit Withdrawals Despite Capital Controls

Delays in the talks between Greece and its lenders have brought back the ghost of Grexit.

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LICENSE TO LAUNDER CASH, COPS AND THE CARTELS

It began in a trailer in the shadows of one of Florida's most elegant malls, a brazen plan by two small police agencies to take on the hemisphere's most dangerous drug cartels. Forming their own task force, members of the Bal Harbour police and Glades County Sheriff's Office struck deals with criminal organizations across the country in what grew into the largest state undercover money-laundering investigation in years.

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Big U.S. banks to push for easing of money laundering rules

America's largest banks are to propose a complete overhaul of how financial institutions investigate and report potential criminal activity, arguing that rules imposed in the years after the Sept. 11, 2001 attacks and strengthened during the Obama administration are onerous and ineffective, sources said.

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Retail store demands everyone submit to cop run facial recognition before gaining entry

A retail store in St.Louis called Motomart is demanding customers submit to having their faces scanned before they're allowed entry! Think about what that means, police are identifying every single customer using DHS's REAL ID's. According to a Fox2Now article, once it gets dark, employees put up signs that say: “Facial Recognition Software in Use - Please Look at Above Camera for Entry.”

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Company Behind DAPL Reported 69 Accidents, Polluted Rivers in 4 States in Only 2 Years

Although it obstinately insists pipelines are safe, the company responsible for the Dakota Access Pipeline racked up 69 reported accidents in just two years — leaking hundreds of thousands of gallons of oil products and tainting rivers in four states. That averages nearly three spills each month. A new report from the Louisiana Bucket Brigade and DisasterMap.net on Energy Transfer Partners and subsidiary Sunoco Logistics documents accidents filed with the National Response Center — the federal contact point for oil spills and industrial accidents — noting 69 accidents between 2015 and 2016.

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Chatham House: Only 20% Of Europeans Want Muslim Immigration To Continue, 'Massive' Poll Finds

In our survey, carried out before President Trump’s executive order was announced, respondents were given the following statement: ‘All further migration from mainly Muslim countries should be stopped’. They were then asked to what extent did they agree or disagree with this statement. Overall, across all 10 of the European countries an average of 55% agreed that all further migration from mainly Muslim countries should be stopped, 25% neither agreed nor disagreed and 20% disagreed.

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