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DC Police Release Guidelines for Residents to Follow So Cops Don’t Kill Their Dogs

The pervasive problem of cops shooting dogs throughout the United States has been part of the conversation about police brutality for some time. From chihuahuas and pit bulls to cocker spaniels and Labrador retrievers, police officers have developed a reputation for overreacting to family pets with their firearms. If a dog is deemed dangerous, they are directed to use either pepper spray or a baton to subdue them (these guidelines do focus specifically on officer conduct in incidents relating chiefly to dangerous dogs, though the department does not appear to have a separate policy for dogs who are present during other types of police responses).

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O.J. Simpson to sue Las Vegas casino that banned him for at least $100M

Simpson could be sprinting to court to sue a Las Vegas casino that permanently bounced him from the premises, according to a letter from his lawyer. His lawyer, Malcolm LaVergne claims casino workers concocted a “fake reason” to kick out Simpson, according to a Dec. The casino “acted with malice and racial prejudice,” he said.

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Self-Proclaimed Libertarian Patrick Byrne Gets $100 Million from George Soros, founded by Patrick Byrne, disclosed in a Securities and Exchange Commission filing this week that the holder of a warrant had exercised its right to buy $100 million worth of shares. Of the $100 million Overstock received, Byrne said he anticipates $20 million will fund DeSoto Inc., the blockchain property rights joint venture he is working on in partnership with economist Hernando DeSoto. As for the other $80 million, Byrne said he intends to invest the funds across Overstock's flagship e-commerce platform (which accepts bitcoin for payments) and the other blockchain ventures that are part of its Medici Ventures subsidiary.

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Ron Paul calls on Jeff Sessions to resign over marijuana decision

Former Rep. Ron Paul hit out at Attorney General Jeff Sessions on Saturday over his decision to roll back an Obama-era policy that led to a hands-off approach when dealing with marijuana in states where it has been legalized, and called for Sessions to resign.

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New Video Emerges Of ISIS Convoys Leaving Raqqa Under US Coalition Watch

New footage has recently emerged which offers further confirmation that the US coalition facilitated the exit of Islamic State terrorists from Raqqa when the city was liberated in October. Fighters of the US-backed Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) confirmed from Raqqa that they had shot the footage showing militants of the self-proclaimed Islamic State (IS; formerly ISIL/ISIS) peacefully leaving Raqqa on their watch.

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Breaking Bitcoin With a Quantum Computer

Cryptocoins could be doomed when quantum computers become a reality

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Russian has used the war in Syria to train scores of its servicemen and to pick up valuable glimpses of the United States’ own tricks and tactics on the battlefield, a top Air Force intelligence general said.

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Israeli mastermind behind organ trafficking ring is arrested in Cyprus

Police in Cyprus have arrested an Israeli man described as the ringleader of a world-wide organ trafficking network that operated out of the tiny Balkan country of Kosovo several years ago

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Smart Meter Fires: They Just Won’t Go Away

It’s happened again! Another AMI Smart Meter explosion and fire, but this time a quick-thinking-and-acting mom was able to prevent a catastrophe for her family, plus kept the house from burning down.

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Life expectancy in America has declined for two years in a row

JUST as Americans headed home for the year-end holidays, the Centres for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) issued its annual report on mortality—which had no news to celebrate. According to the report, published on December 21st, life expectancy in America fell in 2016, for the second year in a row.

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Ferguson lawsuit says OxyContin maker Purdue Pharma partnered with Washington state doctors to boost use of addictive painkiller

Newly unsealed sections of a lawsuit brought by Washington state Attorney General Bob Ferguson against Purdue Pharma show how the company partnered with local doctors to increase prescriptions for a highly addictive prescription painkiller.

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Jeff Sessions Pot Policy Won’t Change Anything

The new federal marijuana policy announced by Attorney General Jeff Sessions Thursday will do little to maintain the federal government’s unconstitutional cannabis prohibition. In a one-page memo, Sessions rescinded the Obama-era Cole Memo and directed federal prosecutors in states with legal marijuana to decide how aggressively they want to prosecute federal law based on their own judgment.

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Sheriff Clarke To Face Trial After Airplane Incident Investigated By FBI

Former Milwaukee County Sheriff David Clarke Jr. will face the long arm of the law stemming from a January 15, 2017 incident in which Clarke allegedly ordered six sheriff's deputies to take airplane passenger Daniel Black aside for interrogation after Black reportedly shot Clarke a disapproving look on the flight.

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Here's Why There's No More Free Passes For The Clinton Foundation

Until recently, the Clinton Foundation has been monitored by the IRS, the Department of Justice, and the FBI, and multiple state government authorities that are seeded with persons loyal to either the Clintons or the Obamas.

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Record 60+% Support Legalizing Marijuana in Two Distinct Polls

The poll is very believable. In fact, there are two such polls, by reputable pollsters. The only groups not in favor of legalizing marijuana are aging "Neanderthals" and self-righteous Evangelicals.

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White House Asks For $18 Billion To Build 700 Miles Of Border Wall

After yesterday’s meeting with the Senate Working Group on Immigration, Trump told reporters that before agreeing to any legislation enshrining DACA protections into law, Republicans would need to secure more resources for immigration officers, provisions to stop visa overstays and – crucially – legislation limiting chain migration, a topic that Trump has tweeted about regularly since the Halloween terror attack on Manhattan’s West Side Highway.

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Sheriff Makes Ominous Video Bragging About Using a Small Army to Bust Kids With Weed

The Clay County Sheriff’s Department is receiving heavy backlash on social media this week after making a video of a SWAT raid in which hundreds of thousands of dollars of police resources were used to bust a handful of kids who had some marijuana.

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Iran's Former President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad Arrested For Inciting Unrest: Report

The London-based Arabic daily newspaper Al-Quds Al-Arabi reports this morning that former Iranian president Mahmoud Ahmadinejad has been arrested by security forces for allegedly inciting unrest against the government, according to "reliable sources in Tehran."

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The ocean is running out of oxygen at a rapid speed—and the depletion could choke to death much of the marine life these waters support. Already stressed and bleaching corals, caused by increased sea surface temperatures, can be harmed by a lack of oxygen too.

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