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This Is The Closest That The U.S. Has Been To Nuclear War Since The Cuban Missile Crisis

Are we on the verge of a nuclear war with North Korea? It has now been confirmed that North Korea has successfully created a miniaturized nuclear warhead, and last month they tested a missile that can reach at least half of the continental United States. Since 1994 the U.S. has been trying to stop North Korea’s nuclear program, and every effort to do so has completely failed. Last September, the North Koreans detonated a nuclear device that was estimated to be in the 20 to 30 kiloton range, and back in January President Trump pledged to stop the North Koreans before they would ever have the capability to deliver such a weapon to U.S. cities. But now the North Koreans have already achieved that goal, and they plan to ultimately create an entire fleet of ICBMs capable of hitting every city in America.

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It's Not Fair: Smart People Need To Check Their "Cognitive Privilege"

There’s a new kind of “privilege” in town, and if you suffer from it, you can’t help it any more than you can help your skin color or your gender. (Although, of late, gender seems to be completely open to debate and have nothing to do with biology.) If you are an intelligent person, you have “cognitive privilege” according to an op-ed in the Daily Iowan.

Well, that’s just really not fair, is it?

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New Software to Diagnose Depression Based on Social Media Selfies

“Who is going to be accessing the data? Who is going to be scanning the data? How will it be used? These are really incredibly difficult questions. Who is going to be giving permission to study what is supposedly private information?” Those “incredibly difficult questions” are ones patients may soon have to ask themselves, Dr. Igor Galynker, associate chairman of research at Mount Sinai Beth Israel’s psychiatry department in New York, told CBS News Tuesday. That’s because a recent study has shown that current software may be better at detecting depression in patients than actual human doctors.

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Blackwater Founder's 'Disturbing' Plan to Privatize Afghan War Gains Ground

"There's a bad record of contractors and human rights abuses."

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Contractors who created CIA’s torture program will face trial by jury

The case against two psychologists who were paid over $80 million to devise the CIA’s torture program under the Bush administration will go to trial, after a federal judge in Spokane, Washington, denied their request to throw the lawsuit out. A jury will hear the lawsuit, Salim v. Mitchell, filed by the American Civil Liberties Union on behalf of three former detainees against James Mitchell and John “Bruce” Jessen, US District Judge Justice Quackenbush said in a written order on Monday, according to AP.

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Docs Prove DOJ & Media Were in Panic Mode After Loretta Lynch’s Secret Meeting With Bill Clinton Was Exposed

Townhall is out today with an expose on just how worried the Obama DOJ was about the public finding out about the secret Bill Clinton/Loretta Lynch tarmac meeting just days before then FBI Director James Comey announced there would be no charges brought against Hillary Clinton for her mishandling of classified documents.

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Study: Philadelphia Tax Makes Soda More Expensive Than Beer

The Tax Foundation released a new study on the excise tax last week, finding that the 1.5-cent per ounce tax has fallen short of revenue projections, cost jobs, and has forced some Philadelphians to drive outside the city to buy groceries.

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Equality Or Diversity? - Questions From A Google Memo

Google company policy is in favor of "equal representation" of both genders. As the existing representation in tech jobs is unequal that policy has led to hiring preferences, priority status and special treatment for the underrepresented category, in this case women. The author says that this policy is based on ideology and not on rationality. It is the wrong way to go, he says. Basic differences, not bias, are (to some extend) responsible for different representations in tech jobs. If the (natural) different representation is "cured" by preferring the underrepresented, the optimal configuration can not be achieved.

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Pentagon Seeks Authority for Airstrikes in Philippines

entagon officials say a discussion is ongoing about the possibility of granting US forces in the Philippine authority to conduct airstrikes against the nation’s ISIS affiliate, and that the announcement and naming of the new operation could happen within the next 24 hours. ISIS affiliates have been active in the southern Philippines in recent months, seizing the city of Marawi and leading to a protracted battle with the Philippine military, which the US has been participating in in a limited role.

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Mainstream Media Just Admitted Biotech Company Has Exclusive Patents on GMO Cannabis

In 2015, the fake news website, World News Daily Report created a massive internet hoax that still gets spread around today. The hoax claimed that Monsanto was creating a genetically modified cannabis to supply to the cannabis industry. Although it’s not entirely unbelievable, this was proven completely false. However, fast-forward to 2017 and GMO cannabis is now a reality which is getting coverage in the mainstream media.

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'Aspiring Pastor' Hillary Goes From Seances And SpiritCooks To Bible Thumping

According to deep state’s department of brand management & optics Atlantic division, the ever-pious Hillary Clinton wants to become a pastor – a move which is sure to bring religious rust-belt swing voters back to the blue side for any future political endeavors…

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Chemical spill at UPS facility in New Hampshire, 7 people hospitalized

  A chemical spill has taken place at a UPS distribution center in New Hampshire, according to local media. Emergency crews evaluated 10 people complaining of minor symptoms. Seven were taken to an area hospital. The chemical appears to be nitric acid, the New Hampshire Union-Leader reported citing the Nashua Fire Rescue.

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The Strange Case of Wyndham W Lathem, Andrew Warren and Trenton James Cornell-Duranleau

When I initially scanned stories about the murder of Trenton James Cornell-Duranleau, I had written off the situation as some sort of crime of passion. However, an anonymous reader sent in a link that convinced me to look more closely.

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Sicilian firefighters detained after 'starting fires so they can get paid to put them out' during Italian heatwave

More than a dozen volunteer firefighters in Sicily have been accused of deliberately starting fires so they would be paid to extinguish them. One person has been arrested and a total of 15 firefighters were detained after they reportedly rang the emergency number themselves or asked their friends or family members to call.

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A New Twist in Seth Rich Murder Case

The possible new evidence comes in the form of a leaked audiotape of veteran investigative journalist Seymour Hersh in which Hersh is heard to say that not Russia, but a DNC insider, was the source of the Democratic emails published by WikiLeaks just before the start of the Democratic National Convention in late July 2016. Hersh said on the tape that the source of the leak was former DNC employee Seth Rich, who was murdered on a darkened street in a rough neighborhood of Northwest Washington D.C. two weeks before the Convention, on July 10, 2016. But Hersh threw cold water on a theory that the murder was an assassination in retaliation for the leak. Instead, Hersh concurs with the D.C. police who say the murder was a botched robbery.

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Israeli weapons, airpower, secretly given to Libyan warlord, source claims

Israel is secretly providing military assistance to Khalifa Haftar, commander of the Libyan National Army, one of the factions in the Libyan Civil War, according to a British-based publication. Libya has remained in a state of war since 2011, when a popular uprising backed by the West and its allies led to the demise of the country’s dictator, Colonel Muammar Gaddafi. Currently the strongest faction in the ongoing Libyan Civil War is the eastern-based Tobruk-led Government, which is affiliated with the Libyan National Army (LNA). The commander of the LNA is Field Marshal Khalifa Haftar, an old adversary of Colonel Gaddafi, who lived in the United States under Washington’s protection for several decades before returning to Libya in 2011 to launch his military campaign.

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Top British Universities 'Discriminating' Against UK Students For Big-Money Foreign Applicants

Some of the countries’ top higher learning institutions including Oxford and Cambridge, prefer to recruit foreign students with poorer qualifications to British ones, a Sunday Times study reports. 23 of the Sunday Times’s top 50 universities were found to have substantially cut British undergraduate numbers since 2008.

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China Unveils New Weapons - From Stealth Fighters To ICBMs

The fact that the parade took place not in Beijing, but in Inner Mongolia, was symbolic. Zhurihe hosts the PLA's annual Stride exercises. These wargames pit the resident "Blue Team" (a mechanized infantry brigade that uses NATO tactics) against visiting PLA units. These wargames are played in a variety of urban, hill, and open-area locations, often under intensive conditions, including simulated nuclear battlefields.

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Google fires author of memo criticizing company’s diversity program

Google has reportedly fired the author of an internal memo criticizing the company’s diversity program, prompting conservative commentators to say the author’s criticisms about liberal intolerance stand thus proven. James Damore, the author of a 10-page memo titled “Google’s Ideological Echo Chamber,” told Bloomberg News of his firing in an email Monday evening.

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