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Trump Attorney Sues Fusion GPS, BuzzFeed For Dossier Defamation

A fourth individual has filed a lawsuit against opposition research firm Fusion GPS and Buzzfeed over the infamous unverified "Trump-Russia" dossier, Bloomberg reported Tuesday. It will be proven that I had no involvement in this Russian collusion conspiracy, Cohen said in an interview on Tuesday. My name was included only because of my proximity to the president.

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"It Looked Like A Battlefield" - Photos Show California Mudslides' Devastating Aftermath

California just can't catch a break. After wildfires - including the largest blaze in California history - tore through Southern California last month, causing billions of dollars in property damage, heavy rains triggered mudslides in some of the areas hardest-hit by the fires - including Montecito in Santa Barbara county, where the most deaths were reported.

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Another Doctor In A Long List Found Dead - Autopsy Being Performed

Dr. Tony Starr, an Osteopath doctor, is the latest to be listed in a long list of holistic doctors who have died mysteriously in the past couple of years. Starr was found dead in his Caldwell, Ohio home on December 13, 2017 when he failed to respond to texts and phone calls.

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Western Intervention Has Resulted in Afghanistan Becoming the World’s First True Narco-State

After fighting the longest war in its history, the US stands at the brink of defeat in Afghanistan. How could this be possible? How could the world’s sole superpower have battled continuously for more than 16 years – deploying more than 100,000 troops at the conflict’s peak, sacrificing the lives of nearly 2,300 soldiers, spending more than $1tn (£740bn) on its military operations, lavishing a record $100bn more on “nation-building”, helping fund and train an army of 350,000 Afghan allies – and still not be able to pacify one of the world’s most impoverished nations?

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Area 51 Flights? Top-Secret Government Airline Seeks Flight Attendant

Are you a Las Vegas-based flight attendant looking for work and able to keep a secret(s)? Do you feel positively about working for an airline that sort of doesn’t exist? Happen to have a Top-Secret clearance with the U.S. government, or think you could snag one?

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Julian Assange may be forced to leave Ecuador Embassy after upsetting president

Julian Assange may be forced to leave Ecuador’s London Embassy, where he has been receiving asylum for the past five years. The country is pursuing a third party—country or individual—to facilitate Assange’s move from the United Kingdom, according to a Tuesday teleSUR report.

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Former Idaho State Rep Commits Suicide After Sexual Assault Allegations

Another Republican state legislator has killed himself following allegations of sexual misconduct or sexual assault. According to the Idaho Statesman, Former Caldwell Rep. Brandon Hixon has died, according to the Canyon County Coroner’s Office.

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Steve Bannon out at Breitbart

“I’m proud of what the Breitbart team has accomplished in so short a period of time in building out a world-class news platform.” Bannon was quoted as saying.

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How Jeff Bezos’s Washington Post Became the U.S. Military-Industrial Complex’s Chief Propagandist

It used to be that the New York Times and the Washington Post competed against each other to be the chief propagandist for the hundred or so top firms who sell to the U.S. federal government — the 100 top “federal contractors,” almost all of which are Pentagon contractors — mainly these are weapons-manufacturing firms, such as the biggest, Lockheed Martin.

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Mexican cities secede to escape corruption and cartels, forming corporate dystopias, precarious utopian projects, and Mad Maxish militia towns

Mexico's corrupt, failing government that covers up official mass murders by attacking journalists and dissidents with cyberweapons is locked in a stalemate with the country's horrific, mass-murdering gangs, and the Mexican people are caught in the crossfire.

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Five Spills, Six Months in Operation: Dakota Access Track Record Highlights Unavoidable Reality — Pipelines Leak

Representatives from Energy Transfer Partners, the company behind the controversial Dakota Access pipeline, traveled to Cambridge, Iowa, in October to present a series of $20,000 checks to emergency management departments in six counties. The money was, in part, an acknowledgement of the months of anti-pipeline protests that had taxed local agencies during construction, but it was also a nod to the possibility of environmental contamination. One of the counties had pledged to use its check to purchase “HazMat operations and decontamination training/supplies.” Less than a month later, in Cambridge, the Iowa section of the Dakota Access pipeline would experience its first spill.

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Trump Will Attend Davos; First US President To Do So In 20 Years

A White House official told the New York Times on Tuesday that President Donald Trump will attend the 48th World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland later this month, making him the first sitting US president since the Clinton administration to attend the annual gathering of world leaders and captains of industry.

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On-Duty Police Deaths Were Near a 50-Year Low in 2017

The number of policy officers killed on duty dropped to near a 50-year low in 2017. As of December 28, 2017, 128 officers died in the line of duty. That's down 10% from 2016, when 143 officers died, according to new data from National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Fund. The only other year with fewer deaths in the past five decades was 2013, when 116 officers were killed. 

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SHOCK VIDEO: Officers Step in to Stop Fellow Cop’s Attack On An Innocent Man

Body camera footage released this week shows what happens when good cops step in and stop bad cops from senseless beating innocent people.

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FBI chief calls unbreakable encryption 'urgent public safety issue'

The inability of law enforcement authorities to access data from electronic devices due to powerful encryption is an “urgent public safety issue,” FBI Director Christopher Wray said on Tuesday as he sought to renew a contentious debate over privacy and security.

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Maduro To Issue First 100 Million Petros Despite Skeptics

Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro said that he ordered the first 100 million units of its new oil-backed Petro—Venezuela’s cryptocurrency creation. Each Petro unit will be backed by one barrel of oil, and the 100 million units, at current value of $59.07 per barrel, should be worth almost US$6 billion.

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GOOGLE’S NEW FACT-CHECK FEATURE ALMOST EXCLUSIVELY TARGETS CONSERVATIVE SITES

Google, the most powerful search engine in the world, is now displaying fact checks for conservative publications in its results.  No prominent liberal site receives the same treatment.

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Report: Mossad tried to infiltrate French intelligence services

The Israeli Mossad allegedly tried to infiltrate the French intelligence services by trying to recruit double agents during a joint operation to learn more about Syria’s chemical weapons program, French newspaper Le Monde reported on Sunday.

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Feinstein Posts Full Testimony Of Fusion GPS Founder On Trump Dossier, Grassley Furious

Just four days after two GOP Senators asked the DOJ to launch a criminal probe of Christopher Steele, the ex-MI6 British spy who was the author of the Trump dossier, and which according to many served as the basis for the Russian collusion probe, on Tuesday afternoon Senator Dianne Feinstein circumvented her Republican colleagues on the Senate Judiciary Committee Tuesday and unilaterally released the full 312-page transcript of the committee's closed-door interview with Glenn Simpson, a former journalist and co-founder of Fusion GPS, which commissioned the controversial Donald Trump's dossier about alleged connections with Russians.

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Complying with the new EU data protection directive requires a top-to-bottom redo of the adtech industry

Back in 2016, the EU passed the General Data Protection Regulation, a far-reaching set of rules to protect the personal information and privacy of Europeans that takes effect this coming May. Under the new directive, every time a European's personal data is captured or shared, they have to give meaningful consent, after being informed about the purpose of the use with enough clarity that they can predict what will happen to it. The scenario above assumes that all businesses in online behavioral advertising can agree to pursue tightly defined purposes without deviation.

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