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"Regin" World's Most Advanced Cyber Snoop Hits Russia, 4 Other Countries; Western Intelligence Agency Likely Responsible

Telecom companies in Russia and Saudi Arabia have been hit by the world's most sophisticated hacking software to date. Symantec believes a Western intelligence agency is responsible.
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Oath Keepers to Organize Security Team to 'Protect Businesses' in Ferguson

We have some Oath Keepers near Ferguson who are attempting to organize a security team to defend minority owned businesses there...
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School expels 8-year-old whose mother refused to give her vaccine family doctor deemed unsafe

A showdown over vaccinations has erupted in a Long Island town after the mother of an 8-year-old was told by her doctor that a new school district rule requires children to get a booster shot at too young an age. Ceili McNicholas was expelled from Long Island's Laddie A. Decker Sound Beach School last week after her mother Jamie refused to let her receive the Tdap booster, which protects against tetanus, diphtheria and pertussis.
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Central Banks: When We Succeed, We Fail

Goosing stocks ever higher will eventually push wealth inequality to the point that it unleashes social instability. Central banks around the world share a few simple goals:
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Killings By Police in Utah Outpacing Gang, Drug, Child-Abuse, and Spousal Homicides

Data from a five-year period is painting a disturbing picture of a deadly trend among Utah police officers. Up until this year, killings by police officers ranked second only to homicide of intimate partners. However, this year, including a Saturday shooting in South Jordan, deadly force by police surpassed even violence between spouses and dating partners.
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Infographic: Live Drug Stats: Visualizing Drug Use in America

Check out this interactive feature to get a unique sense of the current numbers—based on data from SAMHSA, the CDC and the FBI—for drug use, drug problems and more.
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VIDEO: SNL skewers Obama’s unconstitutional immigration order with School House Rock spoof

That’s pretty much how it went this way. Obama took the Constitutional process for passing a bill and threw it down the steps. Then he used an order that should be reserved for things like creating national parks and declaring holidays and changed the entire landscape of the United States. In his own words from just last year, Obama threw out the Constitution and became the “Emperor of the United States.”
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Rapper Faces Life in Prison for Album Cover

Like countless artists before him, San Diego-based rapper Brandon Duncan's new album features a picture of a gun and bullets on its front cover. However Duncan, who raps under the name Tiny Doo, could be the first artist to go to jail for his choice of album art.
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Citizen Warns that 12-yr-old Child’s Toy Gun on Playground is FAKE, Cops Shoot and Kill Child Anyway

The person who called 911 on the boy CLEARLY WARNED the dispatcher that the child’s toy gun was “fake.” Despite this warning, police shot and killed the boy. Listen to the audio below. A rookie police officer has just shot a 12-yr-old child to death on a playground. The child was playing with a toy BB gun. Police claim that the toy looked real and that they were “forced” to shoot the child. However, the community and the boy’s family say that the cops were trigger-happy.
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Two members of the New Black Panthers arrested in Ferguson MO bomb plot

Two men suspected of buying explosives they planned to detonate during protests in Ferguson, Missouri, once a grand jury decides the Michael Brown case, were arrested on Friday and charged with federal firearms offenses, a law enforcement official told Reuters.
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U.S. Celebrates 500th “Targeted Killing” Since 2002: 3,674 Dead including 473 Civilians

Another milestone has been reached in the ongoing war against suspected terrorists in the Middle East and elsewhere—the United States has launched 500 attacks, or “targeted killings” in governmentspeak.
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Instagraming Ferguson: Protesters Take On Local Police Department

With emotions running high in Ferguson and restlessness growing in the wait for a grand jury decision, several dozen protesters took to the streets on a rainy Saturday night in front of the town’s police department.
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Mexico on the Brink – But of What?

The Mexican government blames the nationwide protests on groups seeking to “destabilize the country” and undermine the “reform agenda.” But in this militarized, corrupt society, the risk of escalation of violence is immense.
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U.S. plans to arm Iraq’s Sunni tribesmen with AK-47s, RPGs, mortars

The United States plans to buy arms for Sunni tribesmen in Iraq including AK-47s, rocket-propelled grenades and mortar rounds to help bolster the battle against Islamic State militants in Anbar province, according to a Pentagon document prepared for Congress.
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Ferguson grand jury fails to reach decision on Darren Wilson indictment

The Ferguson, Mo., grand jury considering the indictment of Officer Darren Wilson, who killed teenager Michael Brown during an altercation in August, left the justice center in St. Louis on Friday without reaching a decision.
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This Is What One Drink Of Soda Does To Your Body

Coke is the most valuable brand in history, and “Coca-Cola” is the world’s second-most recognized word after “hello.” However, the beverage itself is like a poison to the human metabolism. Coke is very acidic, it’s only one point higher on the pH scale than battery acid. Consequently it can clean surfaces equivalent to and often better than many toxic household cleaners.
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In Great Britain, Protecting Pedophile Politicians is a Matter of “National Security”

I’ve long written about how the percentage of sociopaths within a group of humans becomes increasingly concentrated the higher you climb within the positions of power in a society, with it being most chronic amongst those who crave political power (see: Humanity is Rising).
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Joe Biden retreats from angry crowd in Ukraine

Vice President Joseph R. Biden retreated from an angry crowd in Kiev Friday when his Secret Service agents decided the situation was not safe. Mr. Biden was to meet with Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko at a site in central Kiev where demonstrators were killed earlier this year during the country's revolution. But his motorcade encountered a…
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Bertrand Russell Questioned the JFK Assassination

Like many people at the time, Bertrand Russell questioned the John F. Kennedy assassination. It has been 51 years since the assassination of American President John F. Kennedy (22 November 1963).
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The Global Financial System Comes Unglued

The global financial system has come unglued. Everywhere the real world evidence points to cooling growth, faltering investment, slowing trade, vast excess industrial capacity, peak private debt, public fiscal exhaustion, currency wars, intensified politico-military conflict and an unprecedented disconnect between debt-saturated real economies and irrationally exuberant financial markets.
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