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Bitcoin isn't the bubble — the global financial system is

For one thing, bubbles don’t do what bitcoin has done since its inception in 2009…They don’t come right back a couple of years later and soar again to a new price 10 times greater than the previous bubble’s high, which is what bitcoin has done after each one of its three or four previous “bubbles” burst. The real bubble is larger and far more dangerous, and it lies at the heart of the global financial system.

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Sessions Wages War on Natural Cannabis, As He Grants Maker of Fentanyl a Monopoly on Synthetic THC

Instead of going after criminals in the government or making an attempt to thwart corruption, Attorney General Jeff Sessions made his mission clear this week—he intends to crucify those who dare to ingest a plant that makes them healthier and happier. In a statement released by the justice department on Thursday, Jeff Sessions reversed the policy of allowing states to make their own decisions on legalizing cannabis and vowed to dedicate federal tax dollars and resources to enforcing this tyranny.  

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The World's Largest Biometric ID System Keeps Getting Hacked

Critics of India’s Aadhaar—the world’s largest biometric identification system—have been vocal about its infrastructural flaws for years. Their fears have turned into reality as the list of security breaches into the system keeps growing. Access to the personal data of more than 1 billion people is for sale for less than $10 through WhatsApp.

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FDA indefinitely delays enforcing 4 FSMA provisions

The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) announced that, for now, it will not enforce four rules related to the implementation of the Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA), a law passed in 2011 that signaled the biggest overhaul in the U.S. food safety laws in seventy years.

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NBC Apologizes, Deletes Oprah 'OUR Future President' Tweet As CNN Confirms 2020 Ambition

During the Golden Globes ceremony last night, NBC raised many eyebrows when it controversially tweeted "Nothing but respect for OUR future president" with a photo of Oprah Winfrey. Then moments ago, instead of perpetuating the debate over just what NBC's intention was with the tweet, and probably unwilling to engage in twitter war with Trump, NBC decided to simply apologize and be done with it, stating that the tweet was "not meant to be a political statement" and that it has since deleted it.

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WATCH: Journalist Held at Gunpoint, Illegally Searched by Cops—For Filming

Filming the police is entirely legal in every state. However, all too often, we will see police officers overstep their authority and arrest, attack, and assault innocent people for the constitutionally protected act of documenting their behavior in public. A video submitted to the Free Thought Project this week of a journalist being held at gunpoint shows just how dangerous a cop’s ignorance of the law can be.

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Russian military to ‘drill’ enemy defenses with new gliding bomb

Russia’s military is about to adopt a state-of-the-art aerial bomb, called ‘Drel’, or drill, which can be dropped by a bomber without entering an enemy’s airspace, due to the weapon’s ability to glide for dozens of kilometers. The head of Russian munitions developer Techmash, Vladimir Lepin, described ‘Drel’ as a “gliding bomb cartridge with a caliber of 500 kilograms, equipment with self-targeting combat elements.”

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Median Family Net Worth Under 1989 Level: Debt-to-Money Worst Since 1962

As the stock market soars to new highs, here's some sobering statistics to consider.

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Trump administration to order 200,000 Salvadorans to leave U.S.

The Trump administration will end temporary legal immigration status for 200,000 Salvadorans who have been living in the U.S. for nearly two decades, The Washington Post and The New York Times reported, citing unnamed government officials familiar with the decision. The Department of Homeland Security is expected to make a formal announcement later Monday.

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Darpa: CODE Makes Headway on Collaborative Autonomy for Unmanned Aerial Systems

DARPA’s Collaborative Operations in Denied Environment (CODE) program aims to extend the capability of the U.S. military’s existing unmanned aircraft systems (UASs) to conduct dynamic, long-distance engagements of highly mobile ground and maritime targets in contested or denied battlespaces. Multiple CODE-equipped unmanned aircraft would navigate to their destinations and find, track, identify, and engage targets under established rules of engagement—all under the supervision of a single human mission commander.

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The post-Weinstein Golden Globes was an exercise in hypocrisy

This year’s Golden Globes were meant to be a defiant, vibrant celebration of a post-Weinstein industry, an awards ceremony about so much more than meaningless awards. We were promised a reckoning, the leveling of a male-dominated industry that institutionalized the rape, abuse and harassment of women for decades.

Like so much Hollywood product, advance buzz was greatly exaggerated. Not one actor or actress, on the red carpet or on stage, made direct reference to their industry’s greatest monster — the one they boast of slaying yet still want to appease.

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Kushner Under Fire for Receiving $30M From Israeli Firm While Shaping Middle East Policy

President Donald Trump's son-in-law and senior adviser Jared Kushner is once more under intense scrutiny after new reporting revealed that his lucrative financial relationship with Israel has deepened even as his influence over U.S. Middle East policy—from his leading role in Trump's effort to "derail" a U.N. vote against Israel to his sway over the president's Jerusalem move—has continued to grow.

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Saudi Arabia calls on US judge to drop lawsuit against the Kingdom over 9/11 attacks

Saudi Arabia has asked a US federal judge to reject a lawsuit that seeks to hold the Kingdom accountable for the September 11 attacks of 2001, Saudi newspaper Okaz reported yesterday. The paper cited a document presented by Riyadh’s lawyers to the Manhattan federal court in which he stated that the Justice Against Sponsors of Terrorism Act, which was passed in Congress in 2016 and is commonly known as JASTA, does not change the reality on the ground, which is that there is no evidence of Saudi Arabia’s involvement in the 2001 attacks. Bush and the Congress, found “no evidence that the Saudi government as an institution or senior Saudi officials individually funded the organisation [Al-Qaeda].” The report, however, did not “exclude the likelihood that charities with significant Saudi government sponsorship diverted funds to Al-Qaeda”.

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Police Chief Caught Soliciting Sex From Children Online with Handle ‘KUTECOP4YOU’

An undercover operation targeting pedophiles resulted in the arrest of a police chief after agents caught him soliciting sex from young girls online with the handle “KUTECOP4YOU.” Mike Diebold, 40, has been a police officer for 21 years, and became chief of the Leechburg Police Department in 2007, according to a report from WPXI News. It is unclear how many minors he has solicited sex from, but court documents noted that he became the focus of an investigation in September 2017 when he posted an ad online soliciting sex. 

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Trump to open the floodgates on selling US-made weapons to previously restricted buyers

 The Trump administration is nearing completion of a new "Buy American" plan that calls for U.S. military attaches and diplomats to help drum up billions of dollars more in business overseas for the American weapons industry, going beyond the assistance they currently provide, U.S. officials said.

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Eleven dead after gun battle erupts outside Mexican beach resort

The aftermath of a gunfight on the outskirts of the Mexican seaside resort of Acapulco that pit residents of a small town against members of a local, self-appointed community police force has left 11 dead, state officials said on Sunday.

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Swiss Newspaper reveals: Secret military cooperation between Saudi Arabia and Israel

The Swiss newspaper Basler Zeitung revealed the fact that there exists a “secret alliance” between Saudi Arabia and Israel, intended “to restrain Iran’s expansion in the region, despite the absence of any official relations between the two countries.”

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The Dangerous Downside to DARPA’s New Repair Satellite

The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency, the Pentagon's science wing, is developing a new type of satellite that can repair, refuel, and upgrade other satellites in high orbit.

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Huge oil tanker at risk of exploding after collision; 1 body found

An oil tanker that collided with a freight ship off the east coast of China was still on fire Monday and at risk of exploding, Chinese authorities said. The Shanghai Maritime Bureau said Monday morning the vessel and leaked cargo were burning furiously and that fumes were hampering rescue efforts. is very harmful to rescue workers in the field." Thirty Iranians and two Bangladeshi citizens went missing from the Panama-registered tanker SANCHI after the collision Saturday.

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Grand Jury Empaneled In $10 Million Fraud Probe Involving Jane And Bernie Sanders

An FBI probe into a 2010 property deal orchestrated by Jane Sanders, wife of Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT), has escalated after a report by VTDIGGER reveals that a grand jury has been empaneled, and at least one witness has given sworn testimony in the case.

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