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The World Bank says it will redo its competitiveness rankings after unfairly influencing them for years

The World Bank's chief economist, Paul Romer, told The Wall Street Journal on Friday that the organization changed the methodology of its "Doing Business" rankings in ways that were unfair and misleading, and the organization will recalculate the rankings for at least the past four years.

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Bezos Gives Millions to DACA, Amazon Staff Need Foodstamps

Billionaire Amazon founder Jeff Bezos has been hailed for donating US$33 million of his fortune to a scholarship fund for Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) recipients, while more than 700 Amazon employees have to rely on foodstamps to feed themselves.

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Moby's "CIA Friends" Asked Him To Spread Word Of Trump-Russia Collusion On Facebook

Of the many outrageous claims made by irrelevant, D-List artists and celebrities in the wake of President Donald Trump’s inauguration, Moby’s assertion that the Trump dossier is “100% real”, and that Trump is a Manchurian candidate sent to destroy America stand out for their unmistakably Menschian absurdity.

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U.S. Central Command to form a 30,000 strong Syrian Democratic Forces border army

The U.S.-led coalition confirmed reports on Saturday that it will establish a 30,000-strong new border security force with the People’s Protection Units (YPG)-led Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) in Syria, a move that has already angered Turkey.

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Russia Deploys Second S-400 Division To Annexed Crimea

Russian state media reported on January 13 that Moscow had deployed the new division outside the city of Sevastopol, where Russia’s Black Sea Fleet is based. It is the second S-400-equipped division deployed to Crimea, after Moscow based one near the northern port town of Fedosia in early 2017

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‘Won’t happen again’: Hawaii officials apologize, blame missile warning fiasco on ‘human error’

Faced with a public outcry following a false missile alert, Hawaiian officials apologized, saying an automated method of retracting warnings will be introduced and two employees, instead of one, will handle it in the future.

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Federal Documents Reveal Stephen Paddock Had Likely Accomplices — And SEVEN Different Cellphones

On Friday a federal judge made public hundreds of pages of court documents that had been filed by the FBI in the days and weeks after the Las Vegas concert shooting. The judge did so in response to a lawsuit filed by CNN and several media organizations.

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FLAMING OIL TANKER SANCHI SINKS, ENTIRE TEAM PRESUMED DEAD

An oil tanker burning in the East China Sea has sunk a week after it collided with another vessel, according to Chinese state media. The Panama-registered Sanchi tanker sank Sunday after an explosion rocked it and sent flames shooting up, CCTV reported. Chinese maritime authorities launched a search and rescue operation for the 30 Iranian and two Bangladeshi crew onboard the Sanchi.

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Hawaii: False Missile Alert Sent to Mobile Phones

Anger is spreading in Hawaii after a Civil Defense bungle on Saturday morning, when a mistaken alert warning of an inbound ballistic missile sent thousands fleeing for shelter.

VIDEO: CHILDREN PLACED IN STORM DRAINS DURING WARNING...
FCC launching full inquiry...
FALSE MISSILE ALERT SHAKES HAWAII
'PUSHED WRONG BUTTON'
38 MINUTES OF TERROR
RESIDENTS CRYING, SCREAMING

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Pa. regulators reverse course; Medical marijuana won't stop patient gun purchases

Pennsylvania will no longer provide the names of medical marijuana patients to law enforcement agencies.

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Purged Prince Alwaleed Moved To Al Ha’ir Prison After Refusing To Pay $6 Billion For Freedom

Saudi Arabia’s richest prince, Alwaleed Bin Talal, has been carted off to Al Ha’ir prison after refusing to pay a reported $6 billion to Crown Prince Mohammed Bin Salman following a massive consolidation of power on November 4, 2017 in which over 300 princes, ministers and other elites were rounded up in an “anti-corruption” purge.

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U.S. Again Supports Al Qaeda in Syria

According to the most reliable reporter on the war in Syria, who anonymously blogs at his “Moon of Alabama” site, the United States Government and the Turkish Government are again supporting the effort by Al Qaeda in Syria to overthrow Syria’s Government, at least in parts of the country which are currently occupied by U.S.-backed Kurds and/or jihadists.

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Trump and his sh*thole remark: the story nobody is talking about

Trump and his sh*thole remark: the story nobody is talking about (Assuming Trump made the remark as reported—he denies it)

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Army Strategist Exposes The Disturbing Parallels Between US Domestic Policing & Military Tactics Abroad

“This…thing, [the War on Drugs] this ain’t police work... I mean, you call something a war and pretty soon everybody gonna be running around acting like warriors... running around on a damn crusade, storming corners, slapping on cuffs, racking up body counts.… pretty soon, damn near everybody on every corner is your fucking enemy. And soon the neighborhood that you’re supposed to be policing, that’s just occupied territory.”

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Jersey City police officer accused of running suspect over twice

A Jersey City police officer was arrested Friday after he allegedly chased a suspect and ran him over twice in August, authorities said. John Ransom was charged with assault by auto causing serious bodily injury, the Hudson County Prosecutor’s Office said in a statement.

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Fed Paid $29.3 Billion To Banks 'Not' To Lend In 2017; Gave $80 Billion To Treasury

The New York Federal Reserve announced that it actually increased their $4.2 trillion balance sheet by $1 million rather than shrinking it. This comes on the heels of The Federal Reserve announcing that it provided $80.2 billion in payments to the US Treasury in 2017. Which brings us to excess reserves. Excess reserves—cash funds held by banks over and above the Federal Reserve’s requirements—have grown dramatically since the financial crisis.

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Rocket Booster Falls from Sky and Explodes in Chinese Town After Satellite Launch

A Chinese Long March 3B rocket booster may have fallen from the sky and exploded near a town in southwest China today (Jan. 12) following a successful satellite launch, GBTimes reports.

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DWI-Droning While Intoxicated: Drinking While Flying a Drone Could Land You in Prison

Lawmakers are pushing to criminalize flying a drone while drunk and offenders could face up to $1,000 in fines and six months in prison.

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Fourth Hacker Caught by the FBI for hacking Hollywood celebrities and leaking nude photographs

The US Department of Justice has charged a fourth suspect for hacking Hollywood celebrities and leaking nude photographs and videos in a 2014 incident referred to as The Fappening or Celebgate.

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