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How to profit from the Recent Crypto Carnage

The Bitcoin bubble seems to be bursting. The bottom has fallen out, just as it did in the DotCom bubble in 2000. But investors shouldn’t give up on cryptocurrencies: this is just the beginning. Take a look at the below chart to see what happened to Bitcoin every time it had a steep correction.

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Assange Compares Letter Sent To Donald Trump Jr.’s Wife To Similar Package Delivered To Embassy

Less than a day before a UK Court will decide whether to uphold a warrant for his arrest, Wikileaks Editor-In-Chief Julian Assange compared white powder sent in an envelope to Donald Trump Jr.’s wife with a similar envelope delivered to the Ecuadorian embassy in London last week.

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Russian Fighters Killed In Clash With US-Led Coalition Forces In Syria

With the calm of global capital markets shattered in the past two weeks, the ongoing military conflict in the Middle East has taken an understandable back seat to monetary matters. And yet, tensions involving Syria, Iran and Israel continue to escalate, most notably with this weekend's outright attack by Israel on Syria, allegedly in retaliation for an Iranian drone launch from a Syrian army base, and which led to the first downing of an Israeli F-16 jet in decades.

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Pentagon requests $6.5B for fund to counter Russian aggression and reassure nervous European allies

The Pentagon is asking for $6.5 billion for the European Deterrence Initiative (EDI) as part of its fiscal year 2019 budget request, compared to the $4.8 billion requested for fiscal 2018.

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Kim Jong-Un sends hand-delivered invitation to South Korean president to meet in Pyongyang

North Korean leader Kim Jong-un continues to make headlines with his efforts to talk with the South Korean leadership, independently of the United States’ influence. In a new development on Saturday, February 10th, Jong-un invited South Korean President Moon Jae-in to a meeting in Pyongyang, this being done via a personal letter hand-delivered by Jong-un’s sister, Kim Yo-jong, to President Moon.

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City of Baltimore Now Forcing Bad Cops to Pay Victims Out of Their OWN POCKETS—Not Taxpayers

Police officers working in Baltimore have always been able to rely on the financial backing of the city when the courts demanded payouts for wrongful death or police brutality suits, but that could soon change. According to the Forward Observer, Baltimore's police union has cautioned its members that individual officers may soon be responsible for paying damages to litigants that have won suits for police brutality, wrongful deaths or other wrongdoings they undertook in the line of duty.

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Consumer Reports: Your 'Smart' TV Remains A Privacy & Security Dumpster Fire

By now it has been pretty well established that the security and privacy of most "internet of things" devices is decidedly half-assed. Companies are so eager to cash in on the IOT craze, nobody wants to take responsibility for their decision to forget basic security and privacy standards. As a result, we've now got millions of new attack vectors being introduced daily, including easily-hacked "smart" kettles, door locks, refrigerators, power outlets, Barbie dolls, and more. Security experts have warned the check for this dysfunction is coming due, and it could be disastrous.

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US: Calls for Lorde’s show to be cancelled over support for BDS

Lawmakers in Florida have called for New Zealand singer Lorde’s upcoming concert to be canceled in protest of her support of the boycott against Israel, according to the New Zealand Herald. On Thursday, State Representative Randy Fine cited a Florida law that says no state or local government can conduct business exceeding $1 million with any organization engaged in a boycott of Israel.

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White House Releases 55-Page, $1.5 Trillion Infrastructure Plan

Just like Trump promised during his State of the Union address late last month, the White House has released an infrastructure package Monday that hopes to raise $1.5 trillion to help rebuild American roads, bridges and airports.

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City Fines Landlord $2 Million Because Offered Homeless & Disabled Veterans Cheap Rent

In the land of the free, government and law enforcement not only wage war on the poor and homeless through various unscrupulous means designed to extract revenue and attack the right to exist but those who try to help the homeless—by feeding, clothing, or sheltering them—also face the wrath of the state. As the following case illustrates, even those who’ve laid down their lives for the state—veterans—and the ones who help them are now being targeted.

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Woman dragged out of hearing for exposing Big Energy donations (VIDEO)

A candidate for the West Virginia House of Delegates was dragged out of a hearing after listing the donations received by state lawmakers from fossil fuel companies. She was testifying on a bill on oil and gas drilling rules.

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Wife Of Donald Trump Jr. Taken To Hospital After Opening Envelope Containing 'White Powder'

President Trump's daughter-in-law was taken to a New York City hospital Monday after she opened an envelope containing an unidentified white substance addressed to the East 45th street Manhattan apartment she owns.

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Dutch FM admits lying about Putin describing land-grab ambitions in 2006

Dutch Foreign Minister Halbe Zijlstra has admitted that he lied when he claimed to have heard President Vladimir Putin describing an ambition to unify Russia, Ukraine, Belarus, the Baltic states and Kazakhstan as a single country.

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State Department Offers $600K to Study Gender Identity in Kenya

If the United States is to win the “War on Terror” they must identify all the “masculine” boys in Kenya and retrain them to get more in touch with their feminine side. If they fail to do so, those boys could be radicalized and become Islamic militants.

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19 American travelers to Cuba report symptoms similar to those suffered by diplomats

Nineteen American citizens have reported symptoms similar to those suffered by U.S. diplomats who had been identified as victims of alleged attacks in Cuba.

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Cryptocurrency Mining Hack That Compromised Thousands of Sites ‘Could Have Been a Catastrophe’

Over the weekend, hackers injected thousands of websites—including UK and US government sites—with code that hijacked visitors’ computers to mine cryptocurrency.

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Police Dept. Now Having Parents Label Their Autistic Kids So Cops Don’t Kill Them

Police officers are making an attempt to keep from murdering innocent individuals who suffer from autism, by putting the burden on family members to ensure that their loved one with special needs is accompanied with a sticker.

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ISS Inc: Trump plans to privatize space station in 2024 - reports

According to a NASA document seen by the Washington Post the administration wants to handover some of the space station’s operations to private industry after 2024. The news follows reports last month that the US government is keen to cease funding the habitable satellite in order to save around $4 billion a year.

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General Dynamics to buy government IT contractor CSRA for $6.8 billion

U.S. defense contractor General Dynamics said on Monday it would buy smaller rival CSRA for about $6.8 billion to expand its information technology unit, which provides services to the U.S. Department of Defense.

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Wisconsin Sexual Assault Kit Tests Lead To 23 DNA Hits

The Wisconsin Department of Justice's efforts to analyze thousands of untested sexual assault kits generated nearly 20 DNA hits during the last half of 2017. A DOJ report to the U.S. Bureau of Justice Assistance indicates testing yielded DNA profiles that match 20 known offenders in the FBI's CODIS database, including 11 who weren't listed as a suspect in the case.

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