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Now that the memo is out, time to get the underlying documents. Judicial Watch Sues for Russia Collusion FISA Documents

“Today’s House Russia FISA memo makes a compelling case that the FISA court was misled and severely abused by top officials in the Justice Department and FBI,” said Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton. “The American people should be able to see for themselves the details of how the Obama administration officials (and Rod Rosenstein of the Trump administration) justified spying on the Trump team. From what we know publicly, this may be the worst government abuse scandal in a generation – which makes it urgent the Justice Department stop stonewalling the release of the alleged Trump-Russia collusion FISA documents.”

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Kissinger Warns "Pre-Emptive Attack" Against North Korea "Is Strong" Possibility

Former Secretary of State Henry Kissinger has said that he agrees with the aggressive statements President Trump has made towards North Korea.

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Cell Phone Radiation Linked To Tumors In Male Rats, Government Study Says

High exposure to radiofrequency radiation — the radiation known as RFR and emitted from your cell phone — causes a rare cancer in male rats, according to draft conclusions released by the National Institutes of Health on Friday.

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Dow plummets 666 points, capping worst week in 2 years

U.S. stocks fell sharply on Friday after a stronger-than-expected jobs report sent interest rates higher.

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Memo: Democrats Made Up Evidence Enabled Eavesdropping On Trump Campaign

Over the last month political enemies of U.S. President Trump and the FBI and Justice Department have desperately tried to prevent the publishing of a memo written by the Republican controlled House Intelligence Committee.

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Fidel Castro’s eldest son commits suicide

Fidel Castro Diaz-Balart, the son of Cuba’s revolutionary icon Fidel Castro has committed suicide after a battle with depression, Cuban state-run media has reported. Diaz-Balart, 68, the oldest son among Fidel’s 11 children, was being treated by a group of doctors for the depression he suffered in the final months of his life, various Cuban media outlets report. Diaz-Balart was a doctor of sciences, the Vice President of the Academy of Sciences of Cuba, and served as scientific advisor to the Council of State.

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Migrants Shot, Several In Critical Condition After French Police Stop Massive Two-Hour Brawl

Four teenage migrants are in critical condition after being shot during a massive two-hour brawl in the French port city of Calais. The fight broke out between Afghani migrants and those from the northeast African country of Eritrea while waiting in line for food handouts. While the migrants primarily used sticks, stones and iron bars, it is unclear who shot four of the Eritreans aged between 16 and 18.

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FISA MEMO RELEASED, Full Version Here...

The controversial four-page memo created by Republican staffers on the House Intelligence Committee alleging abuse of surveillance authority by the Justice Department and FBI has been released Friday after being declassified by the president. The memo is unredacted.

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70,000 New York Permit Holders Are Now Felons for Failing to Register Handguns

On Thursday of this week, more than 70,000 New York pistol permit holders woke up as felons, Law-breakers. What was their crime?  They didn’t register their handguns with the state. Now, why on God’s green earth would they have to do that? Gov. Andrew Cuomo rammed through the NY Secure Ammunition and Firearms Enforcement Act in 2013. This insidious law requires pistol permit holders to register their handguns and recertify their licenses every five years and failure to do so is a Class E felony.

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High radiation still detected at Fukushima plant 7 years after disaster

The operator of the crippled Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant has released the results of its latest probe of the site. A remote-controlled inspection of the Unit 2 reactor containment vessel last month detected a maximum of 8 sieverts per hour of radiation. Experts say exposure to such radiation for about an hour would be fatal. The finding shows that nearly 7 years after the meltdowns, radiation levels remain so high that they present a major challenge to decommissioning work.

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Kenya TV stations still off air despite court order

Three major Kenyan television channels remained off the air Friday despite a high court order compelling the government to allow them to resume broadcasting. In what has been seen by many as media censorship, the government ordered private channels KTN, NTV and Citizen TV to be switched off Tuesday over coverage of a symbolic "swearing-in" of opposition leader Raila Odinga the same day.

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'They Couldn't Hide all the Death.' 5 More Rohingya Mass Graves Found in Myanmar

More than five mass graves, all previously unreported, that have been confirmed by The Associated Press through multiple interviews with more than two dozen survivors in Bangladesh refugee camps and through time-stamped cellphone videos.

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Several shot & dozens injured as 100+ migrants face off in bloody clashes in Calais

The violence broke out around 3pm on Thursday afternoon when a brawl began between rival gangs of migrants from Afghanistan and Eritrea “armed with sticks and stones” near Calais Hospital. At least five people suffered gunshot wounds and dozens were injured as violent clashes between Afghan and Eritrean migrants broke out in and around the French port city of Calais.

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Tillerson raises prospect of Venezuela military ouster of Maduro

U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson raised the prospect on Thursday that the Venezuelan military could decide to oust President Nicolas Maduro. “When things are so bad that the military leadership realizes that it just can’t serve the citizens anymore, they will manage a peaceful transition,” but also added, “Whether that will be the case here or not, I do not know.”.

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Trump Blasts FBI Leadership For "Politicizing The Sacred Investigative Process"

After a week of intense speculation, Speaker Paul Ryan has backed President Trump's wish to release the infamous "FISA Memo" on Friday (despite Nancy Pelosi's demands that its main architect, House Intel Committee Chair Devin Nunes, be moved from his position), the president pushed back against accusations that he's politicized federal law enforcement, claiming that the FBI's leadership is truly to blame.

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Erdogan Chief Advisor Threatens To "Break The Legs" Of Greece's PM

Yigit Bulut, chief advisor to Turkish President Erdogan, has threatened Greece over the disputed islet of Imia in the Eastern Aegean Sea.

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Cuba to exchange doctors for crude oil from Algeria

Currently, more than 1,000 Cuban medical practitioners work in health fields across Algeria as part an ongoing "doctors for crude oil" agreement.

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Ohio Appeals Court Says Speed Trap Town Must Pay Back $3 Million In Unconstitutional Speed Camera Tickets

Drivers sent tickets by New Miami, Ohio speed cameras will be getting a refund. The state appeals court has upheld the ruling handed down by the lower court last spring. At stake is $3 million in fines, illegally obtained by the town.

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Fidel Castro's Son Commits Suicide

The 68-year-old son of late Cuban dictator Fidel Castro, Fidel Angel Castro Dmaz-Balart,  committed suicide on Thursday after suffering from depression, reports Cuban state-run media. 

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