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The FDA Is Launching An Anti-Juul Campaign That’s Like D.A.R.E. for Vaping

Gone are the days of “this is your brain on drugs.” A new public health campaign has its sights set on a more modern concern: vaping. The Food and Drug Administration announced on Tuesday that it’s expanding its anti-tobacco campaign, called “The Real Cost,” to focus on vaping, a trend that’s growing in popularity among U.S. youth.

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Police Chief Resigns Over Ties to Neo-Nazis and then Gets Hired on With Neighboring Police Dept

As the Free Thought Project reported last year, a newly-appointed police chief was forced to resign after he was directly linked to a website that promotes international racist skinhead gangs, the Klu Klux Klan, and media titled “Hitler was Right.” Now, after the nation learned of his racist ties, this cop has been hired on with another department in Oklahoma. Bart Alsbrook resigned as interim police chief of Colbert, Oklahoma late last August after a local news agency found he was likely a skinhead white supremacist. Now, however, after he was outed as a racist neo-nazi, he was hired in the neighboring town of Achille.

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US diplomats involved in trafficking of human blood and pathogens for secret military program

The US Embassy to Tbilisi transports frozen human blood and pathogens as diplomatic cargo for a secret US military program. Internal documents, implicating US diplomats in the transportation of and experimenting on pathogens under diplomatic cover were leaked to me by Georgian insiders. According to these documents, Pentagon scientists have been deployed to the Republic of Georgia and have been given diplomatic immunity to research deadly diseases and biting insects at the Lugar Center – the Pentagon biolaboratory in Georgia’s capital Tbilisi.

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Jack Ma Warns US-China Trade War "Could Last For 20 Years"

This is not what the market wants to hear right now. Hours after China's Foreign Ministry said it would unveil its retaliation to the impending 10% US tariffs on $200 billion of Chinese goods "at an appropriate time" - a "measured" response that, because it wasn't "the worst scenario that some analysts had expected", helped push global markets higher, China's wealthiest - and recently retired - man warned that the US-China trade spat is far from over.

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Media Ignores Israeli Role in Downing of Russian Aircraft in Syria

The Pentagon and State Department directed media insinuate the tragedy was the fault of the Russians, who got in the way of yet another—there are hundreds—illegal Israeli attack on Syria. The illegality of these persistent attacks on Syrian sovereignty is rarely if ever pointed out by the national security state’s scribes and teleprompter readers. 

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"Resist Everything": Socialist Within State Department Exposed In Veritas "Deep State" Sting 

James O'Keefe and his undercover investigators have once again exposed extreme left-wing activists pursuing a progressive agenda within a position of power - this time infiltrating the State Department. 

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Idlib offensive paused as Russia, Turkey agree on buffer zone

A military operation against Idlib is “off the table”, Russian Defence Minister Sergei Shoigu has confirmed, after Russia and Turkey agreed on the creation of de-militarised buffer zone around the northern province yesterday, averting international concerns of an imminent humanitarian catastrophe.

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Netherlands Cuts Funding to White Helmets Over Likely Links to Terrorism

Amid continued concerns that the White Helmets are currently staging a “false flag” chemical weapons attack in Syria’s Idlib, the Netherlands has decided to halt funding for the controversial group due to the “inadequate supervision” of White Helmets members on-the-ground and the group’s “likely” links to Al Qaeda-affiliated terrorist organizations. Notably, the decision marks the first time that a government funding the White Helmets has openly criticized or raised concerns about the group. The group has received funding from several foreign governments since its founding, including the U.S., U.K., Dutch, Japanese, German and Qatari governments. 

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Syrian air defences intercept missiles fired at Latakia

Missiles were fired from the sea at several locations in the Syrian coastal city of Latakia on Monday but were intercepted by air defences, Syrian state media said. According to Reuters the official SANA news agency said the Technical Industry Institution in the state-controlled city had been targeted. SANA added that it was not immediately known who fired the missiles. “Air defences have confronted enemy missiles coming from the sea in the direction of the Latakia city, and intercepted a number of them,” SANA quoted a military source as saying.

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SpaceX reveals first moon passenger: Yusaku Maezawa, Japanese fashion billionaire

Elon Musk's SpaceX revealed the name of the person who is set to become the first private space tourist to travel to the moon: Yusaku Maezawa. The Japanese businessman is the billionaire founder and CEO of online fashion retailer Zozo.

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Grandma Allowed Cops to Search Her Garden for a Drug Dealer and Their K9 Mauled Her to Death

Proving just how dangerous it can be to give police permission to search your property, a 73-year-old woman died after being mauled by a police K9. She had just given police permission to search her garden for an alleged drug dealer before the dog attacked her. Irene Collins, who’d been battling lung cancer and emphysema, was attacked in her own home by the police officer’s German shepherd as Cleveland police searched her property for a drug dealer.

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Trump orders FBI documents, texts from Russia probe declassified

President Trump on Monday ordered the Justice Department to release documents and emails from four former FBI officials and one current Justice Department official as well as documents that led to the surveillance of his former aide Carter Page.

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China and Google Urge Global Cooperation to Advance AI Development

Chinese government officials and business leaders including executives from Google called for global cooperation to advance A.I. technology at the World Artificial Intelligence Conference in Shanghai, China, on Monday. Chinese Vice Premier Liu He joined Jack Ma, the chairman of Alibaba Group, and executives from Google at the World Artificial Intelligence Conference to promote A.I. He called for foreign investment into China and promised to foster “an environment of free thinking” to bolster A.I. development.  

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Syria - Israel Provocation Kills Russian Soldiers - Moscow Will Take Political Revenge

Yesterday Turkey and Russia agreed on a further de-escalation in Idelb province in Syria (see the update here). This agreement takes away the chance of an imminent wider war in which the U.S. and some of its allies would use a fake 'chemical attack' as a pretext to launch missiles against a large number of Syrian government targets and military positions.

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New Mexico Suing Google & Twitter for Knowingly and Illegally Exploiting Children Online

As YouTube, Google, and Twitter crack down on peaceful channels, censor alternative media, and allow child exploitation videos to flourish, New Mexico has filed a lawsuit against them and several app developers for illegally collecting data from children under the age of 13 without parental consent.

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Moscow Accuses Israel Of Using Downed Russian Jet As "Cover" During Syrian Attack

As more information about the downing overnight of a Russian reconnaissance plane by aging Syrian antiaircraft weapon becomes available, the Russian Defense Ministry has issued a shocking claim that will undoubtedly ratchet up tensions between Russia and Israel. While Russia had previously blamed Israel for the downing of the plane, which resulted in the deaths of 15 Russian servicemen, the MoD is now saying that Israel intended to use the Russian plane as "cover" during the attack.

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Why Is Apple Giving This Tiny Stock A $900 Million Opportunity?

Apple made history this year by becoming the first trillion-dollar company the U.S. has ever seen. But the only millionaire investors Apple is minting these days are those who boarded early. While that ship has sailed, with share prices over $220, there’s some low-hanging fruit on the Apple tree that no one’s ever heard of … One company might be about to provide investors with a backdoor into the world’s most tantalizing brand.

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Government Can Spy on Journalists in the U.S. Using Invasive Foreign Intelligence Process

THE U.S. GOVERNMENT can monitor journalists under a foreign intelligence law that allows invasive spying and operates outside the traditional court system, according to newly released documents. Targeting members of the press under the law, known as the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act, requires approval from the Justice Department’s highest-ranking officials, the documents show.

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Elon Musk Sued For $76 Million Over "Pedo Guy" Comment

The British cave diver who helped rescue 12 children in Thailand and who was hailed a hero by everybody in the world except Elon Musk – who instead decided to label him "pedo guy" and then later a "child rapist", has reportedly sued Musk for libel, assault and slander... Vernon Unsworth and his attorneys filed the suit in the US district court for the Central District of California, according to BuzzFeed. The Tesla CEO's tweets and emails to BuzzFeed were submitted as exhibits in the lawsuit. According to Bloomberg, Unsworth is seeking $76 million in damages.

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A Brexit deal will be unveiled in November after Britain and the European Union reached an agreement following a year of intense differences and negotiations, according to reports today.

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