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House Intelligence report exposing extensive FISA abuse could lead to the removal of senior government officials

A review of a classified document outlining what is described as extensive Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act abuse was made available to all House members Thursday and the revelations could lead to the removal of senior officials in the FBI and Department of Justice, several sources with knowledge of the document stated. These sources say the report is “explosive,” stating they would not be surprised if it leads to the end of Robert Mueller’s Special Counsel investigation into President Trump and his associates.

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Manhattan DA raids Newsweek headquarters

About two dozen investigators from the Manhattan District Attorney’s Office raided the offices of Newsweek and its parent company, IBT Media, on Thursday.

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Aetna agrees to pay $17 million in a privacy settlement after a major mailing mishap revealed the HIV status of thousands of patients

Health insurer Aetna settled to pay $17 million in reparations after a major mailing mishap revealed the HIV status of thousands of patients.

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New Colorado Bill Could Implement Nanotechnology to Track Legal Cannabis

A new Colorado bill would require the implementation of technology to scan cannabis to determine whether it was legally purchased. Colorado lawmakers have introduced a new bill which would require the development of “marijuana tracking technology” to help law enforcement distinguish between legal and illegally purchased cannabis. The bill, SB18-029, was introduced by Representatives Leroy Garcia, Daniel Pabon, Kent D. Lambert and Yeulin Willett on January 10 under the title “Development of Marijuana Tracking Technology.”

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Rappoport: Exposing psychiatry as a fraud from top to bottom

his is an expanded version of my recent piece about psychiatry. It contains far more evidence that psychiatry is a highly dangerous fraud. Regardless of what you think of Donald Trump, the deployment of psychiatrists to diagnose a person they oppose on political grounds is a tactic—not science.

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Syria - Tillerson Announces Occupation Goals - Erdogan Makes Empty Threats

The Turkish threats and its artillery noise have led to counter noise from Syria and more silent advice from Russia. The Syrian government wants to show that it is the protector of all Syrian citizens be they ethnic Arabs or Kurds. Russia is proud of its role as the grown up who is calming down all sides.

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In Surprise Move, Pentagon Deploys 3 Types Of Strategic Bombers To Guam

Amid soaring tensions between Washington and Pyongyang, the Pentagon has deployed nearly every type of strategic and nuclear-capable bomber to the island of Guam, an American territory in Micronesia, in the Western Pacific. In a show of force, the B-1B Lancer bombers, the B-2 Spirit stealth bombers, and the B-52H Stratofortress bombers are now ‘temporarily’ stationed at Andersen Air Force Base on the tiny U.S. The mission, which started in 2004, is intended to keep the pressure on China, North Korea, and other potential opponents in the East.

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Chinese Government Propaganda is Being Enthusiastically Embraced at U.S. Universities

“Confucius Institute.” It’s a benign sounding name which immediately conjures up visions of enlightenment and ancient Eastern wisdom. Indeed, that appears to be precisely the intent. Effective propaganda always drapes itself in cuddly messaging in order to distract from the nefarious agenda underneath. This is exactly what’s going on with Chinese government funded Confucius Institutes, which have sprung up at 500 universities worldwide, including 100 in the U.S.

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Idiocracy Alert: The Amazon Reviews Are In and Tide Pods Are Delicious

Here we are, entering late-stage meme capitalism, with people posting reviews on Amazon like it’s Yelp for Tide Pods. The reviews are still mostly stacked with serious people’s serious opinions about their laundry habits, but as Business Insider first noticed, sprinkled in there are reviews touting the product’s taste and sharing recipes. People are giving Tide Pods five star reviews on Amazon for how they taste! 

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EFF and Lookout Uncover New Malware Espionage Campaign Infecting Thousands Around the World

The Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) and mobile security company Lookout have uncovered a new malware espionage campaign infecting thousands of people in more than 20 countries. Hundreds of gigabytes of data has been stolen, primarily through mobile devices compromised by fake secure messaging clients. The threat, called Dark Caracal by EFF and Lookout researchers, may be a nation-state actor and appears to employ shared infrastructure which has been linked to other nation-state actors.

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Cop Tasers Innocent Dad in the Back for Rescuing His Pets in House Fire—Taxpayers Held Liable

For trying to save his pets while his house was on fire, an innocent father was tasered in the back twice then arrested, and charged with a crime.

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US administration approves $500mn missile system deal with Saudi Arabia

The US State Department has approved a possible $500-million sale of missile system support services to Saudi Arabia in defiance of global calls for Washington to stop providing Riyadh with military support due to the regime’s war crimes in Yemen. The potential sale follows a request by Saudi Arabia for continued technical assistance for Patriot Legacy Field Surveillance Program (FSP), the Patriot Advanced Capability 3 (PAC-3) and the Patriot Engineering Services Program (ESP).

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US plans open-ended military presence in Syria

The US will maintain an open-ended military presence in Syria to ensure the enduring defeat of the jihadist group Islamic State, counter Iranian influence, and help end the civil war. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson said President Donald Trump did not want to "make the same mistakes" that were made in 2011, when US forces left Iraq.

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Businesses in Detroit maybe forced to pay the police to let them spy on customers

Last year police in Detroit, Michigan asked businesses to install real-time surveillance cameras that are connected to police departments. However “Project Green Light Detroit" (PGLD) may change that and force businesses to pay for it.

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Leaseholders in building sheathed in flammable Grenfell cladding sent a £2m bill for repairs

In the UK, many people who live in multiunit buildings -- the sort of thing that would be a condo or co-op in the US -- live under the leaseholder/freeholder system, a relic of feudalism that has been updated for the age of inequality thanks to hedge funds and other socially useless financial engineers. The flats aren't "owned" at all, but rather leased for very long terms (99 to 999 years), which brings us to the Citiscape complex in Croydon, which is sheathed in the same highly flammable cladding that killed dozens of people in Grenfell Tower in 2017.

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Sweden Is Preparing For A "Civil War": PM Wants To Deploy Army In No-Go Zones

For the first time since World War II, Sweden is preparing to distribute a civil defense brochure to some 4.7 million households, warning them about the onset of war. The booklet will serve as a manual of "total defense" in case of a war, and provide details on how to secure basic needs such as water, food, and heating, the FT reported. The manual also covers other threats such as cyber attacks, terrorism, and climate change.

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Putin calls for development of digital economy within Eurasian Economic Union

The Eurasian Economic Union (EEU) has reached a significant growth rate and should continue its development, Russian President Vladimir Putin has told leaders of the five-state bloc, according to the Kremlin website.

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India tests-fires Agni-V, a nuclear-capable ICBM

India has successfully test-fired a long-range intercontinental ballistic missile (ICBM), the country's Defense Ministry said Thursday. The nuclear-capable Agni-V is believe to be India's most advanced ICBM. It was fired Thursday morning India time from Abdul Kalam island off the coast of the eastern state of Odisha, the ministry said in a tweet. It called the test a "major boost" to the country's defense capabilities.

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Apple's $38 Billion Tax Payment Less Than Half of $79 Billion They Owe

Tech giant Apple made international headlines and inspired President Donald Trump to brag overnight about his role in making it all possible after announcing it would pay approximately $38 billion in taxes as it repatriates large sums of overseas cash holdings—but that dollar figure is less than half of what tax analysts say the country should be paying for those earnings.

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15 years after the invasion of Iraq, and now largely out of the glare of the media, US and UK oil corporations start to flaunt the spoils of imperial conquest.

After 15 years of repudiating claims that the invasion of Iraq was only initiated to seize Iraqi resources, large oil corporations fronted by former architects of the war who vacated to the private sector are flagrantly advertising their contracts for exploration and production of Iraqi oil fields to potential investors.

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