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WATCH: Hero Dad Saves 30 People From Gunman – Cops Show Up And Shoot HIM

Kansas man who should be celebrated as a hero for saving his wife, daughter, and at least 30 strangers from an armed gunman during an attempted robbery, is now recovering from a gunshot wound after police arrived at the scene and shot him.

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International arms watchdog finds that most ISIS weaponry was purchased by the United States and Saudi Arabia before being shipped to opposition forces in Syria and Iraq

A damning report by the EU-funded Conflict Armament Research has found that the majority of weapons that ended-up in the hands of Daesh/ISIS were purchased from Eastern European stockpiles by the United States or Saudi Arabia and transferred to opposition militias in Syria. In many cases there is clear evidence to suggest that the arms were transferred into ISIS possession in less than a month, as US-backed groups amalgamated into ISIS or the weapons were sold on a thriving black market.

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Ron Paul: What the FBI/FISA Memo Really Tells Us About Our Government

Be skeptical of both parties; with few exceptions they are not protecting liberty but promoting its opposite.

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Worst-case global pandemic scenario: 700,000 dead, $500 billion in economic losses

The worldwide spread of a serious infectious disease could result in pandemic-related deaths of 700,000 and annual economic losses of $500 billion, according to a study. The dollar figure of economic losses is much higher than those found in previous studies, which, according to the study, means “there is an unmet need for greater investment in preparedness against major epidemics and pandemics.”

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Witness: Uber Driver Shot To Death During Ride Pick-Up In Detroit

A shooting in Detroit’s west side has left one man dead, and according to a witness at the scene the victim was her Uber driver.

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Booz Allen Hamilton Wins $621 Million DHS Cyber Contract

The Homeland Security Department granted Booz Allen Hamilton a $621 million, six-year contract Friday to lead the next phase of a major governmentwide cybersecurity program. Under the program, called Continuous Diagnostics and Mitigation, or CDM, Homeland Security provides a suite of cybersecurity tools that help agencies monitor and respond to suspicious activity on their networks. The program feeds alerts about that activity into a central agency dashboard.

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Massive Pentagon agency lost track of hundreds of millions of dollars

One of the Pentagon’s largest agencies Defense Logistics Agency can't account for hundreds of millions of dollars’ worth of spending, a leading accounting firm says in an internal audit obtained by POLITICO that arrives just as President Donald Trump is proposing a boost in the military budget.

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Journalists are fleeing for their lives in Mexico. There are few havens

Last year, reporters and photographers turned up dead in Mexico at a rate of about one per month, making it the most dangerous country in the world for journalists after war-torn Syria. They were some of the country's most fearless investigators and sharp-tongued critics, shot down while shopping, while reclining in a hammock, while driving children to school.

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Amazon to pay France $250 million in back taxes

Online retailer Amazon has reached a deal with French authorities to pay about $250 million in back taxes. Amazon was asked in 2012 to pay the amount over earnings made in 2006-2010 and has since been involved in a dispute with tax authorities.

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Ottawa lent $1 billion to a mining company that allegedly avoided nearly $700 million in Canadian taxes

The Canadian government provided more than $1 billion in loans to a mining company that used a complex offshore business structure to allegedly avoid nearly $700 million in Canadian tax.

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One of the world's leading investigators of the illegal trade in ivory and rhino horn has been killed in Kenya.

Esmond Bradley Martin, 75, was found in his Nairobi home on Sunday with a stab wound to his neck. The former UN special envoy for rhino conservation was known for his undercover work investigating the black market. The US citizen had recently returned from a research trip to Myanmar. Bradley Martin was in the process of writing up his findings when he died, reports the BBC's Alastair Leithead from Nairobi. His wife found him in their house in Langata. Police are investigating the circumstances but suspect it was a botched robbery.

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China to stamp out cryptocurrency trading completely with ban on foreign platforms

China is to block all websites related to cryptocurrency trading and initial coin offerings (ICOs) – including foreign platforms – in a bid to finally quash the market completely. “To prevent financial risks, China will step up measures to remove any onshore or offshore platforms related to virtual currency trading or ICOs,” said an article published on Sunday night by Financial News, a publication affiliated to the People’s Bank of China (PBOC).

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U.S. consumer protection official puts Equifax probe on ice - sources

Mick Mulvaney, head of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, has pulled back from a full-scale probe of how Equifax Inc failed to protect the personal data of millions of consumers, according to people familiar with the matter. Equifax (EFX.N) said in September that hackers stole personal data it had collected on some 143 million Americans. Richard Cordray, then the CFPB director, authorized an investigation that month, said former officials familiar with the probe.

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China’s Surveillance State Should Scare Everyone

Imagine a society in which you are rated by the government on your trustworthiness. Your “citizen score” follows you wherever you go. A high score allows you access to faster internet service or a fast-tracked visa to Europe. If you make political posts online without a permit, or question or contradict the government’s official narrative on current events, however, your score decreases. To calculate the score, private companies working with your government constantly trawl through vast amounts of your social media and online shopping data.

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U.S. Considers Cutting Venezuelan Oil Imports, As pre-sales of "petro" cryptocurrency looms

Just as pre-sales of Venezuela's new "petro" cryptocurrency are to begin. Washington may be nearing a decision on extending sanctions against Venezuela to include imports of Venezuelan crude and exports of U.S. refined products to the troubled South American country. 

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WATCH: Cops Rob Business of $30K in Booze and $10K in Cash and Never Report It

An innocent father of two had his businesses raided by police who robbed him of $30,000 in booze and $10,000 in cash and never reported it, constituting an illegal theft. Rolando Feliz has just filed a lawsuit against the 50th precinct of the NYPD after they stole his entire restaurant’s liquor stock, from Corona and Negro Modelo to Patrón Silver and Hennessy, 124 cases in total.

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USA Gymnastics doctor Nassar receives additional 125yr prison sentence

Former USA Gymnastics doctor and convicted sex offender Larry Nassar has been sentenced to an additional 40 to 125 years in prison, following on from his earlier sentence of up to 175 years. Nassar appeared in a Michigan courtroom on Monday, his third and final sentencing, for sexually abusing young female gymnasts. He is also serving a 60-year federal sentence for child pornography convictions.

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Super Bowl anti-terrorism documents left on plane

A CNN employee discovered copies of them, along with other sensitive DHS material, in the seat-back pocket of a commercial plane. The reports were accompanied by the travel itinerary and boarding pass of the government scientist in charge of BioWatch, the DHS program that conducted the anthrax drills in preparation for Super Bowl LII in Minneapolis.  CNN decided to withhold publication of this article until after the Super Bowl after government officials voiced concerns that publishing it prior to the game could jeopardize security for the event.

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Since 2016, Myanmar Courts Have Convicted 100% of People Charged Under Telecom Law 66 (d)

In 2016-17, every person charged under Section 66 (d) of Myanmar’s Telecommunications Law was convicted and sentenced to prison. The notorious Section 66(d) provides for up to three years in prison for “extorting, coercing, restraining wrongfully, defaming, disturbing, causing undue influence or threatening any person using a telecommunications network.”

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Secret House memo released: the fallout, the lies, and the bigger picture

The House Intelligence Committee’s 4-page memo has been released. The hullabaloo about the memo unfairly “damaging the reputation” of the FBI and the Dept. of Justice is a joke. The same types of Democrat ideologues who are spouting that line, now, were screaming at the FBI, decades ago, when COINTELPRO, the Bureau’s op to place spies inside dissident Left groups across the US, was exposed. But suddenly, now, the FBI is pure as the driven snow, and its reputation must not be besmirched; otherwise, Democracy itself could collapse.

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