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Russia, Saudi Arabia Sign Billons In Energy Deals During Historic King Salman Visit

Two days ago, when we previewed the first ever visit by a Saudi King to the Russian capital - a move which prompted Bloomberg to call Russian president Putin the "new master of the Middle East" - we pointed out that according to Russian Energy Minister Alexander Novak, a joint Russian-Saudi fund to invest in the energy sector will be announced during the forthcoming visit of the Saudi King to Moscow, and that the preliminary agreement to establish the $1 billion fund has already been reached.

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Putin Strikes Again: Russian Hackers Reportedly Stole NSA Data On Cyber Defense

Looks like Russian President Vladimir Putin is back at it.

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Saudis Rock US Alliance, Say They’ll Buy Russia’s Top Plane Killer, S-400

That rumble under your feet you sensed this morning was the earthquake caused by the decision of one of America’s closest allies, Saudis Arabia, to join Turkey in buying Russia’s vaunted S-400 surface to air missile system. The announcement carried extra diplomatic weight as Saudi King Salman was visiting Russia when the Saudis made the announcement. Former NATO and European Command leader, retired Adm. James Stavridis, called the sale “a step backwards in US foreign and defense policy.” Since World War II, when President Roosevelt agreed with King Faisal that we would guarantee Saudi sovereignty in return for access to their oil, the kingdom has been one of our closest allies, notwithstanding the 911 attacks led by Saudi citizens.

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Shielding Saudis on Yemen Atrocities

The Saudi-led war on Yemen is inflicting a slaughter by bombs, famine and disease, yet both Presidents Obama and Trump have insisted on supporting the Saudi “allies” in their war crimes, warns Shireen Al-Adeimi.

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Fukushima Operator Can Restart Reactors at World’s Biggest Nuclear Power Plant

The operator of Japan’s stricken Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant has been given initial approval to restart reactors at another atomic facility, marking the first step towards the firm’s return to nuclear power generation more than six years after the March 2011 triple meltdown.

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Catalan crisis 'bigger threat to EU than Brexit', MEP warns

Wednesday as the European Parliament prepared to hold an emergency debate on Spain's worst political crisis in decades. Catalonia's leader has vowed to declare independence within days, claiming a mandate from a weekend referendum which was declared illegal by Madrid and the Spanish courts and marred by violence.

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Maduro Visits Putin, Proposes Global Oil Trade In Rubles, Yuan

Three weeks after the US imposed financial sanctions on Venezuela in an effort to cripple its economy and choke the Maduro regime, which in turn prompted Caracas to announce it would no longer receive or send payments in dollars, and that those who wished to trade Venezuelan crude would have to do so in Chinese Yuan, today during an energy summit held in Moscow, Venezuela's president Nicolas Maduro proposed to expand his own personal blockade of the US, by proposing that all oil producing countries discuss creating a currency basket for trading crude and refined products. One which is no longer reliant on the (petro)dollar.

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This Isn't A Joke: The IRS Just Hired Equifax To Safeguard Taxpayer Data

Just hours after Equifax CEO Rick Smith wrapped up his testimony before the House Energy and Commerce committee – the first in a series of Congressional “fact-finding missions” about the hack - Politico reported that the IRS last week awarded the disgraced credit monitoring bureau with a $7.25 no-bid contract even as the company struggled to address suspicions that it mislead investors and customers by withholding information about one of the most damaging data breaches in US history.

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Las Vegas Sheriff: "You Got To Assume He Had Help" As "Mystery Woman" Emerges

During a lengthy press conference update on the investigation into the Las Vegas massacre, Clark County Sheriff Lombardo expressed his belief that gunman Stephen Paddock had to have help at some point but sarcastically says "maybe he’s a super guy."

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Hacks Are Always Worse Than Reported: All Of Yahoo Email Was Hacked In 2013. All. Of. It.

Given recent and massive stories about data security breaches by some very, very large players in the technology and financial spaces, we have developed a mantra that you should have on repeat in your head any time you read stories about a breach: however big the breach is reported to be initially, it's always bigger. We formulated that 12 years ago and it has continually held true. We saw it with Equifax. We saw it with Deloitte. And you will also likely recall that 2013 and 2014 were not banner years for data security at a little company called Yahoo. Hacks of Yahoo's email platform were reported initially to be in the hundreds of thousands in terms of the number of accounts compromised. As Verizon began negotiating the purchase of Yahoo, that number crept into the hundreds of millions. Eventually, Yahoo settled on a billion compromised accounts resulting from the hacks.

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Michelle Obama Goes Full Racist. Says America Can’t Trust White People (VIDEO)

It really is appalling on so many levels. At a time when the #1 killer of young black men is other young black men, or when during her husband’s presidency the minority unemployment rate skyrocketed, or to suggest one political party is dominated by a very narrow, white demographic when in 2016 the Republican Party was the far more diverse of the two – it’s shameful.

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Mysterious DHS Towers In NYC – Are These Radiation Detectors?

Mysterious metal towers have appeared popping up at local tunnels, and soon they’ll start appearing at bridges, too, but the authorities aren’t stating what they are. Could these be radiation detection devices? New York Governor Andrew Cuomo has announced a transformational plan to re-imagine New York’s crossings for the 21st century which includes deploying cutting-edge technology and security personnel to high-profile crossings in New York to enhance public safety and fortify anti-terror efforts, a press release stated.

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Kimmel Blames Gun ‘Nuts’ — ‘You Bear Some Responsibility’ For Vegas [VIDEO]

Late night comedian Jimmy Kimmel accused Second Amendment activists of bearing “some responsibility” for the Las Vegas shooting.

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LV shooting eyewitness also appeared on Dr. Phil Show?

Las Vegas Shooting Eyewitness Says There Was Two Shooters, not one. This seems to be a pattern with mass shootings. The eyewitnesses always say their were multiple shooters, the police always only find one guy.

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‘Virtual Block Watch’ wants every home to have four surveillance cameras to spy on the public

If you have never heard of Virtual Block Watch (VBW) don’t worry, you soon will.

At first glance, you might think it’s like law enforcement’s Neighborhood Watch but you’d be wrong.

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Curiouser and Curiouser – Vegas Shooter’s Girlfriend Used Multiple ID’s, Multiple SS Numbers, and Married Two Men Simultaneously

Much like the San Bernardino attack revealed a manipulative scheme for green-card marriages, so too is the Mandalay Bay Massacre revealing the use of multiple identities within the associations of the killer.  Marilou Who? Oh, and if Marilou Danley she reads these reports before getting on board her flight back from Japan, the Philippines, Indonesia, Taiwan, Australia and/or wherever the heck she really is… well, she likely ain’t coming back.  Just saying.

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‘Australia Presses for More Facial Recognition in Terror Fight’

The Australian government wants to strengthen its counterterrorism efforts by making use of a fundamental part of all Australian citizens: their faces.

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Prescription opioid deaths surpass gun-related deaths… Big Pharma literally killing more people than Guns

The opioid epidemic in America is killing more people than guns and the blame rests squarely on Big Pharma. Until 2007, the number of deaths by firearm was five times greater than those caused by overdoses, but in 2015 overdose deaths surpassed gun deaths for the first time – and it looks like the trend will continue.

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Is it Wrong to Question the Official Story When Tragedy Strikes?

The media says, “Jump.” And the public responds in unison, “How high?” “As high as you ever have jumped before, except maybe after 9/11, or the Kennedy assassination.” Of course, when there is news, it should be reported. Today it is reported sensationally, as entertainment. Is it meant to inform, or induce?

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Pure Chaos: Las Vegas Police Release First Body Cam Footage from Shooting

The Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department has released the first body camera footage from the horrific massacre that left 59 people dead and more than 500 injured.

In the footage, police are seen huddled down by a wall. To show just how chaotic it was, the wall they thought they were taking cover behind, was actually facing the shooter.

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