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Ex-CIA case officer arrested in New York for violating Espionage Act

A former operations officer in the United States Central Intelligence Agency has been arrested on charges of illegally possessing top secret information, including lists of real names of foreign assets and addresses of CIA safe houses. The news emerged on Tuesday, as the US Department of Justice announced that the Federal Bureau of Investigation had filed a criminal complaint over the weekend.

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NATO’s “Operation Atlantic Resolve” marches closer towards Russia’s borders

US military magazine Stars and Stripes says “the big guns and better chow” for US soldiers sent to Russia’s border are part of Operation Atlantic Resolve. NATO states that it remains committed to deter aggression in Europe, in response to Russia’s 2014 “annexation” of Crimea.

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How your car is SPYING on you: Experts reveal how automakers can track everything from your weight to the food you eat using in-built sensors

Experts have revealed the myriad ways that your car can spy on your personal habits. Automakers track your vehicle’s location, how fast you drive, what entertainment you listen to, through internet-connected systems in modern cars. Newer cars can even record a driver’s eye movements, the weight of people in the front seats, the weather on your street, and where you prefer to eat.  

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Islamic State declares Idlib its emirate

While the representatives of Free Syria Army (FSA) are in Washington soliciting the Trump administration to restore the CIA’s ‘train and equip’ program for the Syrian militants that was shuttered in July last year, hundreds of Islamic State’s jihadists have joined the so-called ‘moderate rebels’ in Idlib in their battle against the advancing Syrian government troops backed by the Russian airstrikes to liberate the strategically important Abu Duhur airbase, according to a recent AFP report

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Yemen war: 5,000 children dead or hurt and 400,000 malnourished, UN says

Unicef says five children a day have been killed or injured since March 2015, with ‘nearly every child in Yemen’ in need of humanitarian aid The war in Yemen has killed or injured more than 5,000 children and left another 400,000 severely malnourished and fighting for their lives, according to the UN children’s agency.

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Regulators shut down leading crypto exchange after Ponzi scheme accusations

An anonymously-run cryptocurrency exchange has shut down all lending and trading operations following cease-and-desist orders from authorities in Texas and North Carolina and alleged attacks on the platform.

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'New California' Conservative Movement Declares Independence As First Step Towards 51st State

A group called "New California" has taken its first step towards carving the Golden State in two - issuing a "declaration of independence" which would incorporate most of the state's rural counties - while coastal counties from the northern San Francisco Bay Area to the southern tip of Los Angeles would remain part of the existing state. 

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Android security: This newly discovered snooping tool has remarkable spying abilities

A newly-uncovered form of Android spyware is one of the most advanced targeted surveillance tools ever seen on mobile devices, coming equipped with spying features never previously seen active in the wild.

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Wal-Mart to Offer Pill-Dissolving Product to Battle Opioid Abuse

Wal-Mart Stores Inc., seeking to curb opioid abuse, will offer its pharmacy customers a product that dissolves unwanted or expired prescription drugs. Wal-Mart touted the DisposeRx offering as the “first of its kind” because it allows patients to dispose of unwanted or expired pills at home.

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Flu Complications, Leading To Pneumonia And Sepsis, Killed 10-Year-Old Nico Mallozzi

A 10-year-old Connecticut boy died during a school sports trip over the weekend of complications from flu that led to pneumonia and sepsis, according to officials. 

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CIA-Connected Amazon Turns Over A Record Amount Of Data To U.S. Law Enforcement

Amazon’s fifth transparency report has revealed that the company provided more customer data to U.S. law enforcement in the first half of last year than in its history with a shocking 1,936 different requests between January and June 2017, ZDNet reported.

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Lawsuit filed by 21 state attorneys general says FCC's repeal of #NetNeutrality broke U.S. law

A legal battle against the recent repeal of Net Neutrality regulations by Trump's Federal Communications Commission has begun. On Tuesday, “a flurry of lawsuits filed to block the agency’s action” hit the courts, writes Cecilia Kang at the New York Times.

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How The New York Times was intimidated into not informing the public about wiretapping of Americans

How Former U.S. Rep. Jane Harman helped squelch reports of secret government surveillance

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Steve Bannon has been subpoenaed to a grand jury in Mueller's investigation

President Trump’s former chief strategist, was subpoenaed last week by the special counsel, Robert S. Mueller III, to testify before a grand jury as part of the investigation into possible links between Mr. Trump’s associates and Russia, according to a person with direct knowledge of the matter.

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Forbes: Cannabis Could Be The Most Profitable Ingredient In Skincare, If The U.S. Government Allows It

Lord Jones co-founder Cindy Capobianco describes her luxury cannabis-infused product business in much the same manner as any maker of a prestige natural skincare brand: it's made in small batches, organic ingredients, medicinal value of said ingredients.

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Media Freaks Out About Facebook Changes; Maybe They Shouldn't Have Become So Reliant On Facebook

Last week, a large part of the media ecosystem seemed to totally flip out following Facebook's announcement that it was going to effectively de-prioritize news content in favor of content from friends and family. Facebook was pretty direct about how this will decrease traffic to many publishers:

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Thermometer in world’s coldest village breaks as temperatures plunge to -62C

The thermometer in a remote Siberian village known as the coldest inhabited place on earth has broken as temperatures plunged to near-record depths.

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DHS Is Planning To Arrest Sanctuary City Leaders

Having been grilled by Democratic lawmakers over her recollections of a White House meeting in which President Trump described some poor nations sending immigrants to the United States as "shithole countries," Department of Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen dropped a potentially even bigger tape-bomb.

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Does the SR-72 Already Exist?

For years, Lockheed Martin Corp. has been developing a successor to one of the fastest aircraft the world has ever seen, the SR-71 Blackbird, the Cold War reconnaissance craft that the U.S. Air Force retired almost three decades ago. Lockheed officials have said the hypersonic SR-72—dubbed the “Son of Blackbird” by one trade journal—could fly by 2030.

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deja vu: Japanese Public Broadcaster NHK Issues False Alarm Over North Korean Missile Launch

It's deja vu, all over again... Just four days after residents of Hawaii lived through 38 minutes of doomsday hell, after a false public broadcast alarm announced that a ballistic missile launch was headed for the island, only to reverse and announce later it was a mistake, moments ago Japan's National broadcaster NHK’s app issued a false J-Alert to phones over a North Korean missile launch at 6:55 p.m. Tuesday evening local time.

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