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Mariah Carey's sister exposes their Satanic ritual upbringing

Mariah Carey participated in bizarre sex rituals and animal sacrifices conducted by a satanic cult! has learned exclusively the Grammy Award-winning singer’s mother, Patricia, led her daughters and other black-cloaked cult members in the creepy rites!

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Is Washington Nuts? Increasing Spending AND Cutting Taxes Will EXPLODE The Size Of The National Debt

Our national debt is rapidly approaching 21 trillion dollars, and yet Congress wants to follow up a large tax cut bill with a massive increase in federal spending.  This is absolute madness, and it is going to make our long-term financial problems as a nation far worse.  After passing the tax bill, the appropriate thing to do would have been to cut federal spending.  Yes, that would have not been a positive thing for the economy in the short-term, but we must start addressing our long-term priorities.  If we do not do something about this exploding national debt, it could potentially destroy our republic all by itself.

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Your Guide to Top Anti-Russia Think Tanks in US & Who Funds Them

Countering Russia has become a lucrative industry in Washington. In recent years, the think tank business has exploded. But who funds these organizations, who works for them and what are the real agendas at play? From the start, let’s be clear, the term "think tank" essentially amounts to a more polite way of saying "lobby group." Bar a few exceptions, they exist to serve – and promote – the agendas of their funders.

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25 years ago, a mutant American crayfish turned to asexual reproduction, and all of Europe's lakes are filling up with its clones

The marbled crayfish (Procambarus virginalis) is a mutant slough crayfish (Procambarus fallax) an American species; the mutation that allowed slough crayfish to reproduce asexually by cloning itself occurred a mere 25 years ago, and it came to Germany as an aquarium pet in 1995, sold as "Texas crayfish."

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New texts between FBI’s Strzok, Page show Obama wanted updates on Clinton investigation

A new batch of text messages between FBI officials Peter Strzok and Lisa Page revealed President Barack Obama wanted updates on the bureau’s investigation into Hillary Clinton’s use of a private email server, according to a report released Wednesday.

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FDA declares popular alt-medicine kratom an opioid

The Food and Drug Administration declared kratom — a plant-based stimulant with growing popularity — to be an opioid on Tuesday, opening a new front in its battle to get people to stop using the herbal supplement.

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Cops Shoot, Kill Special Needs Teen With the Mental Capacity of a 7-Year-Old—On a Bicycle

In San Antonio, Texas a heartbroken mother is speaking out after her disabled teenage son was shot and killed by police, and she is questioning why the three officers who confronted the boy decided to use lethal force against him. Dustin Castillo, 19, was killed after a confrontation with police officers who accused him of stealing a BMX bicycle from a local Target.

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Twilio Demonstrates Why Courts Should Review Every National Security Letter

The list of companies who exercise their right to ask for judicial review when handed national security letter gag orders from the FBI is growing. Last week, the communications platform Twilio posted two NSLs after the FBI backed down from its gag orders. As Twilio’s accompanying blog post documents, the FBI simply couldn’t or didn’t want to justify its nondisclosure requirements in court. This might be the starkest public example yet of why courts should be involved in reviewing NSL gag orders in all cases.

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Angry Protesters Burn Taliban Buildings in Pakistan

Angry protesters in Pakistan’s Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province on Tuesday stormed the offices of a militant group that allegedly killed a university student from South Waziristan region.Protesters attacked at least two buildings believed to be occupied by Taliban militants in Shaikh Yousef village of Dera Ismail Khan District in northwestern Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province. In addition to burning the buildings, protesters also reportedly set several vehicles on fire that belonged to the militant group. Militants residing in the buildings managed to escape.

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A Criminal Investigation into the death of Army Staff Sgt. Logan Melgar, who was killed last June while deployed in Bamako, Mali, has prompted a broad internal military audit and investigation into SEAL Team 6, according to a military official and two others briefed on the case.

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Viruses ‘falling from sky in their billions every day’

Billions of viruses fall from the sky every day, according to new research which could explain why genetically identical viruses are often found in very different environments around the world.

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DOD Issued a $7 Million Cloud Support Contract To a Company With One Employee

This is a weird form of crony capitalism, but set aside cronyism is something that happens all the time in Washingtonworld. It’s strange to think that the government engages in this sort of preferential treatment for certain firms just because of the ethnicity or gender of the person who owns the business.

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The US Navy Bought Its First Big Laser Cannon

In late January, the US Navy dropped $150 million on a pair of new laser cannons. One of the so-called "High Energy Lasers," built by Lockheed Martin, is destined for testing on land. The other is going to sea aboard an Arleigh Burke-class destroyer as early as 2020, potentially making it the world's first large, war-ready "directed-energy" weapon.

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Bailed-Out RBS Systemically Forged Customer Signatures: Whistle-Blowers

The Royal Bank of Scotland, the UK mega-lender that has already cost British taxpayers over £90 billion in bailouts, losses, fines and legal fees, could be about to face its biggest scandal yet following allegations staff were routinely “trained” to forge customer signatures.

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US to Test Facial Recognition Scanners on People in Moving Vehicles

The Texas-Mexico border is being used as the testing grounds for the technology. The results of the pilot program will be used to help roll out a national program along the entire southern and northern borders. The Statesman notes that the Department of Energy hired researchers at Tennessee’s Oak Ridge National Laboratory to help overcome the difficulties of using facial recognition technology on moving vehicles. The researchers developed a method for combating window tinting and sun glare which can make a vehicle’s windows impenetrable to cameras. The facial recognition technology being developed for the pilot program will be capable of identifying the driver, front passengers, and the passengers riding in the back.

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Wolf Richter - Crypto Crackdown: Bitcoin is a “Combination of Bubble, Ponzi Scheme, Environmental Disaster”

The official crackdown on the entire cryptocurrency space got a new and broader framework from Agustín Carstens, General Manager of the Bank for International Settlements (BIS) and former governor of the Bank of Mexico. In a lecture in Frankfurt on Tuesday, he let fly some real zingers interspersed with indications of what is to come, and an analysis of the structural weaknesses besetting the crypto ecosystem.

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New tech for controlling genetic inheritance and genome engineering

Now, Shannon Xu, together with Gantz and Bier, employ CRISPR/Cas9 to edit gene regulatory elements in their native genomic environments, revealing new fundamental mechanisms that control gene activity

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China’s ‘island fortresses’: Surveillance photos show military installations across the South China Sea

Beijing’s militarisation of the South China Sea has been revealed in new aerial photos obtained by a newspaper in the Philippines.

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Nomi Prins: Trump's New Dark Money Man Takes Over

During her last news conference in December, Janet Yellen stood firm on her record stating, “The global economy is doing well. We’re in a synchronized expansion. This is the first time in many years that we’ve seen this.” While attempting to lock in her record, Yellen urged, “There’s less to lose sleep about now than has been true for quite some time.” Well, a lot of people lost sleep these past few days. And they might lose more sleep in the days to come.

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VIDEO - Ben Swann is back breaking down Fisa Memo

Ben Swann takes a look at the GOP Memo on the FBI and explains why the real story here is one with FISA transparency, in this Reality Check w/Ben Swann Powered by #dash

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