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The Inside Story Of How The Saudi King's Son Plotted To Oust His Rival

Less than a month after the Saudi king stunned the world when on the morning of June 21 he unexpectedly announced a "historic shakeup" in which he removed the existing successor to the royal line, his nephew Mohammed bin Nayef - the country’s counterterrorism czar - and instated his eldest son, the 31-year-old Mohammed bin Salman and de facto "OPEC's most important man" as Saudi Arabia's crown prince, and following a surprising report ten days later that the "deposed" Mohammed bin Nayef has been barred from leaving the kingdom and confined to his palace in the coastal city of Jidda, the full story of what really happened in this transition of power has finally emerged.

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Badcop: Baltimore Cop Accidentally Films Himself Planting Drugs During Arrest

Authorities in Baltimore are investigating what looks like a case of blatant evidence tampering by a police officer, after he unknowingly appeared to film himself planting drugs during an arrest this past winter.

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Notorious Banker Found Dead with Shotgun Blast to the Chest

The former chairman of one of Spain’s largest banks has been found dead with a shotgun blast to the chest in a private hunting estate in southern Spain, the country’s Civil Guard said Wednesday. According to AP, Miguel Blesa, the former head of the now defunct Caja Madrid savings bank – whose brushes with the law and extravagant hunting trips came to symbolize the excesses of the country’s economic boom – was awaiting the result of an appeal to a six-year prison sentence for misusing corporate credit cards (if not Spiderman towels) issued by the infamous Bankia, another defunct bank.

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Investigation into Records of Sexually Abused Foster Kids Ensnares Seattle Mayor

Over the past several years, multiple victims have come forward and accused Seattle Mayor Ed Murray of sexually abusing them when they were children in the 1980’s. Delvonn Heckard, one of the alleged victims, filed a lawsuit against the mayor in April, setting off an investigation by the Seattle Times. What the Times found was nothing short of bombshell and vindication for his alleged victims. As the Free Thought Project reported in April, Murray’s attorney publicly denounced the allegations of sexual abuse from the victims. One of those victims was Jeff Simpson, whose case prompted the controversy in 2008.

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Murder Of Green Berets In Jordan Exposed Secretive CIA Syria Program Details

"The Jordanian government had a strong incentive to gloss over the murders of the three Green Berets.  Likewise, the CIA was scared of potential blowback and the exposing of their covert program," says investigative journalist Jack Murphy, himself an Army special forces veteran.

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The Tiny Satellites Ushering in the New Space Revolution

With all 149 satellites in place, Planet will be able to photograph every inch of Earth’s surface every day—something even the U.S. government can’t do.

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A brain implant turns “loser” mice into aggressive fighters - By stimulating one region of the brain, scientists create mouse supersoldiers

In a recent article for Science, Zhou and his colleagues write that "winner mice initiated significantly more pushes, and with a longer duration per push, than loser mice." Winners weren't stronger than losers; they were simply more persistently aggressive. The researchers also found that the winner mice showed brain activity in a cluster of neurons called the dorsomedial prefrontal cortex (dmPFC), which is associated with "effortful behavior" and "social dominance." Mice whose dmPFC was quiet during tube tests always lost.

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Afghan soldiers are using boys as sex slaves, and the U.S. is looking the other way

Hundreds of such outposts of the Afghan Local Police (ALP), a front-line force armed and funded with U.S. taxpayer dollars, and other pro-government militias are believed to have enslaved young boys for dancing and sexual companionship, many of them kidnapped.

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The Over-Quantification of Life

The idea that all endeavors can be distilled down to statistics has put us in the Over-Quantification Box.

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Judicial Watch: New Abedin Emails Reveal Additional Instances of Clinton Donors Receiving Special Treatment from Clinton Department of State

Judicial Watch today released 448 pages of documents from the U.S. Department of State revealing new incidents of Huma Abedin, deputy chief of staff to former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, providing special State Department treatment to major donors to the Clinton Foundation and political campaigns.

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The Deep State

“…since grasping the present from within is the most problematic task the mind can face.”

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US plans to beef up Cyber Command, separate cyberwar operations from NSA

The White House will soon announce its decision to strengthen the United States Cyber Command and separate cyber war operations from intelligence functions, according to insider reports. For many decades, the National Security Agency has been in charge of protecting America’s cyber network and combating online threats.

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The Price for Criticizing Israel

There are very few journalist in the U.S. or Europe who have the courage to report fairly on Israel’s seemingly endless illegal occupation of Palestinian lands. Personally, as a Jewish-American, and the grandson of a revered Rabbi, I have been roundly denounced by pro-Israeli representatives and their Zionist lobbyists in the U.S.

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As Farmers Go Broke, John Deere Ramps Up It's Captive Financing Operation To Keep The Ag Party Going

So what do you do when your John Deere and your entire business revolves around selling really expensive equipment to farmers who have been absolutely decimated financially by low crop prices and can no longer convince commercial banks that they're worthy of additional debt needed to buy fancy new tractors?  Well, you take some plays from the automotive industry, that's what.

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CNN's Jake Tapper Spars With Terrorist Advocate Linda Sarsour After She Calls Him Alt-Right

A battle has erupted between CNN's Jake Tapper and left-wing Muslim activist Linda Sarsour, after Tapper called out the Women's March group co-chaired by Sarsour after tweeting their support for convicted cop-killing domestic terrorist Assata Shakur, who has been ducking American justice in Cuba since 1984.

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Murder Of Green Berets In Jordan Exposed Secretive CIA Syria Program Details

"The Jordanian government had a strong incentive to gloss over the murders of the three Green Berets.  Likewise, the CIA was scared of potential blowback and the exposing of their covert program," says investigative journalist Jack Murphy, himself an Army special forces veteran.

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US Court Rules FBI Can Continue to Surveil Your Data in Secret

A US federal appeals court has upheld the constitutionality of gag orders that prevent companies from informing their customers about FBI surveillance. The nondisclosure agreements often accompany national security letters (NSLs) issued by the FBI, compelling tech companies to turn over subscriber data while leaving the target unaware that they are being surveilled. No warrant is required for the data and the gag orders can remain in effect indefinitely.

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US Army Seeks Internet-of-Battlefield-Things, Distributed Bot Swarms

After nearly two decades of war against technologically unsophisticated foes, the Army Research Lab is reorienting to counter China and Russia.

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American Children Killing Themselves at Record Rate

Call it “Culture of Death” contagion or call it something else, but American youngsters are killing themselves at what appears a record rate. In fact, strikingly, there are now even cases of suicide involving eight- and nine-year-olds.

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FBI Issues Urgent Warning On ‘Spy Toys’: They Put ‘Privacy and safety of children at risk’

These creepy toys can record kids’ conversations, track their movements, reveal their location and even allow perverts and pedophiles to talk directly to children. The FBI has issued an urgent notice concerning toys that are packed full of sensors, cameras and microphones to record a child’s words and GPS locators to track their whereabouts, reported The Sun.

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