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Pardoned Sheriff Joe Arpaio Will Run For Arizona Senate Seat

Five months after being pardoned by his longtime friend and political ally President Donald Trump, former Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio on Tuesday announced his intention to run for the Arizona senate seat presently held by retiring Senator Jeff Flake. I’m a big supporter of President Trump,” Arpaio said. Arpaio said he'd be willing to compromise on DACA; he even has what he called a "far-out" plan for getting them in the country legally.

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NSA Surveillance Bill Would Legalize Loophole That Lets FBI Spy on Americans Without a Warrant

With major NSA surveillance authorities set to expire later this month, House Republicans are rushing to pass a bill that would not only reauthorize existing powers, but also codify into law some practices that critics have called unconstitutional.

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Male infertility among many side effects linked to ibuprofen - study

Men who dream of starting a family may want to pass on the ibuprofen the next time they have a headache. A new study says the well-known painkiller could cause fertility issues in males.

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Musk Satellite Mystery Deepens: SpaceX Denies Doing Anything Wrong

Following the launch of the secretive Zuma satellite  into space aboard SpaceX's Falcon Heavy rocket from Cape Canaveral, reports circulated that the new eye in the sky, which is worth billions, "is presumed to be a total loss after it failed to reach orbit."

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JPMorgan's Dimon regrets calling bitcoin a 'fraud'

CEO and Chairman of JPMorgan Chase Jamie Dimon has said he regrets criticizing bitcoin and calling the popular cryptocurrency a fraud in the past, but remains uninterested in digital currencies.

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Feds seized $22 million in cocaine hidden in furniture

Federal customs officials in Philadelphia say they recently discovered more than 700 pounds of cocaine hidden inside bedroom furniture and kitchen cabinets that were shipped from Puerto Rico, making it the area's largest illicit drug bust in a decade.

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Algeria bans imports of cell phones, furniture, food to curb trade deficit

Algeria has banned the import of 900 products including cell phones, household appliances and vegetables in a bid to cut spending following a drop in earnings from oil and gas, a trade ministry document showed today. The temporary ban, which took effect on Sunday, is the most drastic action undertaken yet by the North African OPEC oil producer to curb a ballooning deficit caused by the fall in crude oil prices since mid-2014. Algeria relies on oil and gas for 60 per cent of the state budget but earnings from the sector have halved since oil prices collapsed hitting the state-dominated economy hard.

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Pfizer, pocketing a big tax cut from Trump, will end investment in Alzheimer's and Parkinson's research

With every passing day, it becomes clearer who’s reaping the benefit of the huge tax cut handed over to American corporations by the Republican-dominated Congress in December.

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Google, Facebook, and Netflix Decide They Care About Net Neutrality Again

A coalition of internet companies is promising to take the FCC to court for its rushed repeal of popular net neutrality rules. The Internet Association, whose members include Facebook, Google, Netflix, Lyft, and others, has issued a statement indicating it plans to participate in the looming lawsuits against the agency, but where were they during the fight to protect net neutrality in the first place?

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Apple investigated by France for 'planned obsolescence'

French prosecutors have launched a probe over allegations of "planned obsolescence" in Apple's iPhone. France was the third country to investigate Apple after Israel and the US, but the only one in which the alleged offense was a crime.

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Toronto-bound Porter Airlines passengers told to delete videos or face arrest

They sat on the tarmac at Boston Logan International Airport for about two hours Friday evening and then the planeload of Toronto-bound Porter Airlines passengers returned to the terminal building after a mechanical malfunction on the aircraft. Frustrated by disorganization, some passengers pulled out their phones and began video recording Porter staff delivering information.

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A 7-Eleven worker possibly exposed 2,000 customers to hepatitis A in Utah

Health officials in Salt Lake County, Utah, are warning residents that an estimated 2,000 of them could have been exposed to hepatitis A at a local 7-Eleven convenience store.

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WATCH: Teacher Questions Superintendent’s Massive Raise, So She’s Attacked and Arrested

Illustrating the brutal nature of servitude police have to their rulers, an innocent English teacher was assaulted and arrested this week for merely asking why the superintendent was getting a raise when the rest of the school system is suffering. The entire infuriating interaction was captured on video and serves to make a powerful statement about who police protect.

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Afghanistan - U.S. Special Forces Commit Drive-By Murder (Video)

A recent video mashup provided by some U.S. Special Force soldiers in Afghanistan seems to show evidence of a warcrime. A military truck passes a civilian truck on a paved road at normal traveling speed. A soldier fires directly and intentionally at the driver of the civilian truck without any discernible reason.

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Plot to Kill Trump Foiled: Utah Man Charged With Threatening Mass Shooting Against President, Police and Moviegoers

A Utah man was charged Wednesday for threatening the lives of President Donald Trump, local police officers and civilians in a mass shooting plot during the commander in chief’s visit to the state last month.

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SpaceX and the U.S govt' are claiming the mission to send a U.S Spy Satellite into orbit failed and it 'appears to be a total loss'

A highly classified U.S. government satellite appears to have been totally lost after being taken into space by a recent launch from Elon Musk's SpaceX, according to a new report.

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Ross Ulbricht Appeals Double-Life Sentence 'For Building a Website' to The Supreme Court

Imprisoned Silk Road creator, Ross Ulbricht, has one last chance at reducing his sentence with an appeal to the Supreme Court. A record of this was buried deep within the five to six terabytes the government produced in the discovery. What we now know from the discovery evidence provided by the government is that the last time someone using the DPR account logged into the Silk Road Forum was November 18, 2013, when Ross Ulbricht had been in prison for nearly seven weeks.”

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Fired Engineer Damore Sues Google For Discrimination Against White Male Conservatives

It has been five months since James Damore was fired from his job as an engineer at Google after posting a memo to an internal message board that criticized the company's diversity policies for ignoring differences between the sexes (and daring to use facts to back up his statements on the differences between the sexes). And now, amid the ever-escalating identity politics of the new normal America, TechCrunch reports Damore, along with another former Google engineer named David Gudeman, who spent three years with Google, working on a query engine, has filed a class action lawsuit against the company in Santa Clara Superior Court in Northern California.

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Bitcoin isn't the bubble — the global financial system is

For one thing, bubbles don’t do what bitcoin has done since its inception in 2009…They don’t come right back a couple of years later and soar again to a new price 10 times greater than the previous bubble’s high, which is what bitcoin has done after each one of its three or four previous “bubbles” burst. The real bubble is larger and far more dangerous, and it lies at the heart of the global financial system.

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Sessions Wages War on Natural Cannabis, As He Grants Maker of Fentanyl a Monopoly on Synthetic THC

Instead of going after criminals in the government or making an attempt to thwart corruption, Attorney General Jeff Sessions made his mission clear this week—he intends to crucify those who dare to ingest a plant that makes them healthier and happier. In a statement released by the justice department on Thursday, Jeff Sessions reversed the policy of allowing states to make their own decisions on legalizing cannabis and vowed to dedicate federal tax dollars and resources to enforcing this tyranny.  

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