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How Many Millions of People Have Been Killed in America’s Post-9/11 Wars? – Part One: Iraq

The numbers of casualties of U.S. wars since Sept. 11, 2001 have largely gone uncounted, but coming to terms with the true scale of the crimes committed remains an urgent moral, political and legal imperative, argues Nicolas J.S. Davies.

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John Bolton - The Man With A Hammer Is Looking For Nails

President Trump congratulated Vladimir Putin to his reelection as president of the Russian Federation. It was a matter of simply courtesy to do so. The Assistant to the President for National Security Affairs (aka the National Security Advisor), three star general McMaster, had advised him to not congratulate Putin. (McMaster now claims differently.) That was bad advise. But it became even worse when McMaster, or someone in his shop, promptly leak this to the press. The usual Republican nutters like John McCain grumbled and Trump was furious.

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Police Raid Multiple Catholic Church Properties in Sweeping Child Sex Abuse Scandal

After a priest was arrested last month on allegations of child sexual assault, police have raided multiple Catholic church properties as they investigate the flood of accusations against multiple clergymen.

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The World According To John Bolton... In His Own Words

Trump's new national security adviser has been branded a bully, abrasive and 'unhinged'. Here are some of his most outspoken statements... John Bolton is set to replace HR McMaster as Donald Trump's national security adviser in a Lazarus-like resurrection for a man regarded as among the most hawkish of American politicians.

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'No Collusion': House Intel Committee Votes to End Russia Probe

The House Intelligence Committee has voted to formally end its Russia probe. Lawmakers found no evidence of collusion between associates of President Donald Trump and Russia. The committee also voted to release the report, which was authored by Republicans. It will first be sent to the intelligence community so that classified material can be redacted, but is expected to be made public within weeks.

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Demand for American Sperm Is Skyrocketing in Brazil

With “jewel-tone eyes,” blond hair and a “smattering of light freckles,” Othello looks nothing like most Brazilians, the majority of whom are black or mixed-race. Yet the “Caucasian” American cashier, described in those terms by the Seattle Sperm Bank and known as Donor 9601, is one of the sperm providers most often requested by wealthy Brazilian women importing the DNA of young U.S. men at unprecedented rates.

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U.S. Indicts Iranians in Data Theft From Colleges, Companies

The U.S. Justice Department on Friday charged nine Iranian citizens with hacking hundreds of companies and academic institutions to steal more than $3.4 billion in trade secrets and other data on behalf of the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps. The individuals charged did the hacking since 2013 and were connected to an Iran-based company called the Mabna Institute, according to an indictment unsealed Friday.

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Baby Boomers: A Menacing Metamorphosis To America's Large Cities

Unbeknownst to many, Americans are quietly ditching the city life for retirement regions situated in suburbia, according to Census Bureau data released Thursday.

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Breaking: Police Shoot Dead ‘ISIS Terrorist’ Who Killed 3 and Took Hostages in France

A suspected terrorist fired shots at police in a French town, took hostages at a supermarket and pledged allegiance to ISIS. 3 people are believed to have been killed. It’s now been confirmed the hostage taker, believed to be a Moroccan national who pledged allegiance to ISIS, has been shot and killed by police.

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Fiery car crash at Travis Air Force Base reportedly treated as terrorist attack

An incident at an air base in Northern California is reportedly being treated as a terrorist attack by US authorities, including the FBI and Air Force. A vehicle caught fire after breaching the main gate of Travis Air Base. The car was full of propane tanks, according to local media. The vehicle erupted in flames shortly after crashing through the main gate of the base on Wednesday night, leaving the driver dead.

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Brown promises ‘tuition-free’ Master's for DACA students

Brown University recently pledged to offer a "tuition-free, fifth-year Master's program" for illegal immigrant students in the event that the government repeals DACA. The Ivy League school says it is also prepared to create "in-school and post-graduate opportunities for students unable to work legally to engage in stipend-supported research and education that is not citizenship-dependent."

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FBI Informant Speaks, Says Feds Asking New Questions About Clintons

The former FBI informant at the heart of the Russian Uranium scandal, William D. Campbell, has given an exclusive, on camera interview to The Hill - in which he reveals that he was interviewed in December by FBI agents from the Little Rock, Arkansas for five hours about the Clintons.

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Venezuela knocks three zeros off ailing currency amid hyperinflation

Venezuela’s President Nicolas Maduro ordered a re-denomination of the ailing bolivar currency on Thursday, by knocking three zeroes off amid hyperinflation and a crippling economic crisis.

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‘His life matters’: Protests sweep Sacramento after police fatally shoot unarmed black man

Huge protests have gripped Sacramento after a video of police fatally shooting an unarmed black man was released. The distressing footage which quickly went viral showed the moment officers mistook the man’s cell phone for a gun. Demonstrators filled the streets of California’s capital on Thursday evening.  They were heard chanting “It’s not a gun, it’s a phone.”

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Full-Scale Terror Drill: US Military Simulates Nuclear Truck Bomb Attack In Sacramento

On Thursday, the California Governor’s Office of Emergency Services (Cal OES) will accompany the California National Guard’s Homeland Response Force (HRF) and the 95th Civil Support Team, along with FEMA Urban Search & Rescue Forces, CAL Fire, FBI, Department of Energy Radiation Assistance Team 7, and several other emergency response agencies for a “terrorism and active shooter response exercise at Sleep Train Arena in Sacramento and Sonoma Raceway,” said California Guard Deputy Director of Public Affairs.

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Brother Of Pablo Escobar Releases ‘Dietbitcoin’ As Alternative To ‘CIA’s Bitcoin Scam’

The brother of late Columbian drug lord Pablo Escobar, Roberto Escobar, has released his own alternative to Bitcoin (BTC), a BTC hard fork called dietbitcoin (DDX).

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US Announces Another $1 Billion in New Arms Sales to Saudi Arabia

President Trump made clear earlier in the week during his meeting with the Saudi crown prince Mohammed bin Salman that US arms sales to the Saudis are a top priority. Already, the State Department has announced another $1 billion in arms sales to the Saudis.

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New Law Will Make it Illegal for People to Walk and Smoke at the Same Time

Currently, within the city of New York, it is against the law to smoke a cigarette on mass transit, in public restrooms and restaurants, businesses, libraries, sports arenas and gyms, zoos, bars, and parks, and a myriad of other places. These smoking bans are upheld by police who enforce them and they can and will use extreme force to make sure you comply.

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Trump Says He's "Considering A Veto" Of $1.3 Trillion Omnibus Spending Bill

In a tweet that's bound to infuriate Congressional leaders on both sides of the aisle, President Trump is now threatening to veto the $1.3 trillion omnibus spending bill, saying he's dissatisfied with its immigration and border-security provisions. Trump said he's disappointed by the fact that DACA recipients were abandoned by the bill, and he's also dissatisfied with the paltry funding for border security.

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Israel ministers welcome Trump’s appointment of John Bolton

Israeli government ministers have applauded US President Donald Trump’s selection of notorious right-wing hawk John Bolton to replace outgoing National Security Advisor H.R. McMaster. Bolton, who has previously served as US Ambassador to the United Nations under George W. Bush, is known as a strong supporter of Israel and opponent of Palestinian statehood.

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