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Instagram, YouTube Face Full Block In Russia After Billionaire Wins A Privacy Lawsuit Over Pictures With An Alleged Escort

We've had ongoing discussions on this site about the ham-fisted website censorship policy that Russia has undertaken over the past few years. While the country was never one to embrace free and open speech and communication to the same degree as Western nations, recent times have seen a severe uptick in outright censorship with a variety of excuses rolled out for public consumption: copyright laws, stifling political opposition, and the protection of the privacy of public figures. The funnel point for all of this censorship is Russian agency Rozcomnadzor, itself the subject of corruption allegations, with a track record for racking up collateral damage numbers that would make any nation's army blush.

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Dog foods pulled from shelves nationwide after ABC7 investigation finds euthanasia drug

Retailers pulled at least 31 varieties of dog food off the shelves nationwide after a months-long investigation found the euthanasia drug, pentobarbital.

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Here are the 200,000 Russian troll tweets deleted by Twitter

NBC news has compiled a database of 200,000 tweets that Twitter identified as "malicious activity" from Russian trolls in the run up to the 2016 U.S. presidential election.

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IRS, DOJ Subpoena Investors In Kushner Companies

The financial noose around Jared Kushner is once again tightening. One month after the NYT reported that the records of Trump's son-in-law at Deutsche Bank were subpoenaed, today Bloomberg reports that now the IRS is getting involved, and now US tax authorities have requested documents from lenders and investors in real estate projects managed by Kushner’s family.

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Tense VIDEO of SWAT team freeing Florida students during mass shooting

Students filmed a SWAT team entering a classroom to carry out an evacuation following the mass shooting at a Florida high school where 17 people have been confirmed dead.

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Florida School Shooter IDed as 19-Yr-Old Nicolas de Jesus Cruz

The suspected Parkland school shooter has been identified as 19-year-old Nicolas de Jesus Cruz who is a former student of Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School. Cruz allegedly had two Instagram accounts filled with him showing off guns and other weapons, photos of which are shared below.  

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Porn Star: "Trump Broke The NDA, I Can Now Tell My Story"

On Tuesday evening President, Trump's personal attorney Michael D. Cohen, told the New York Times that he paid $130,000 to porn star Stephanie Clifford (a.k.a. "Stormy Daniels) out of his own pocket, and that neither the Trump Organization or the Trump Campaign had anything to do with the 2016 transaction.

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HIGH SCHOOL SHOOTING - 17 DEAD - Updated

The Broward County Sheriff's Office in Florida is responding to reports of a shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland.

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The pharma billionaires whose family company created the opioid epidemic are disintegrating into a bickering mess

The Sackler family is best known for the buildings adorned with their names thanks to their acts of philanthropy, which is either motivated by a public spirit, or by the desperate need for some reputation washing as the public becomes increasingly aware that the family fortune was built on the perfection of shady techniques for marketing addictive drugs, which reached its zenith when Perdue, the family pharma business, created the Oxy epidemic, by falsifying addictiveness research and aggressively recruiting doctors to hook their patients on their lethal products.

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Brain scans show why people get aggressive after a drink or two

UNSW scientists measuring blood flow in the brain to better understand why people often become aggressive after drinking alcohol have found that brain areas that temper aggression shut off when people drink.

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Trump's Military Parade Could Cost Up To $30 Million

Donald Trump raised a few eyebrows, and even more comparisons to third-world countries last week, when he suggested holding a military parade in downtown Washington. Since then, officials such as Defense Secretary Jim Mattis confirmed that Trump had indeed pushed for a large-scale parade to trumpet the U.S. military.

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Tractor-Hacking Farmers Are Leading a Revolt Against Big Tech's Repair Monopolies

Kyle Schwarting is a farmer by trade, and a hacker by necessity. His farm, about 20 minutes outside the city limits of Lincoln, Nebraska, is full of tractors and agricultural equipment, which he picks up in various states of repair from fellow farmers, fixes up, and resells.

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3 years apart and the exact same attempt. Men dressed as women shot trying to breach NSA gate

Police in Fort Meade, Maryland, have reported a “possible shooting” near the National Security Agency (NSA) headquarters. Several people might have been wounded in the incident, according to local media reports.

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Dead Male Prostitute, Piles of Meth Found in Clinton Mega-Donor’s Home—NO ARRESTS

The family and friends of Gemmel Moore, 26, are fighting an uphill battle to bring the man they say is responsible for his death to justice. Not surprisingly, the fact that Moore, who worked as a male escort, was found dead at the home of 63-year-old Ed Buck—who’s donated hundreds of thousands to Hillary Clinton—has received very little media coverage.

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Fannie Mae Wants Another Taxpayer Bailout

Fannie Mae incurred a net loss of $6.5 billion in the final quarter of 2017 and announced Wednesday it is in desperate need of a taxpayer bailout.

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US Drone Destroys Russian Tank in Syria, Killing Three

As details continue to emerge of last week’s US attacks on pro-Syrian forces, it appears that dozens, or by some accounts scores, of the slain were actually Russian military contractors working for the Syrian government. The raises the stakes about US attacks in Syria fueling a direct conflict with Russia.

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SEATTLE ICE LAWYER CHARGED WITH STEALING IMMIGRANTS' IDENTITIES AND USING THEM TO COMMIT FRAUD

The chief counsel for the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) team in Seattle has been accused of stealing immigrants' identities and using them to defraud credit card companies.

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Developer Ordered to Pay Graffiti Artists $6.7M for Painting Over Their Murals On His Own Property

A New York real estate developer was ordered to pay millions to a group of graffiti artists for painting over their artwork on his own property after a federal judge deemed their work “protected public art.”

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Crypto-currency craze 'hinders search for alien life'

Scientists listening out for broadcasts by extra-terrestrials are struggling to get the computer hardware they need, thanks to the crypto-currency mining craze, a radio-astronomer has said.

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3 injured in shooting outside NSA in Maryland, suspect arrested (WATCH LIVE)

Police in Fort Meade, Maryland, have reported a “possible shooting” near the National Security Agency (NSA) headquarters. Several people might have been wounded in the incident, according to local media reports.

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