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Despite More States Legalizing, Medical Cannabis Consumers Still Can't Own a Gun

With the ongoing political firestorm around medical and recreational marijuana, people are asking a lot more questions about what is and isn’t allowed with regards to cannabis. One question we’ve been getting a lot is: Can I use medical cannabis and own a gun? The answer here is a resounding “no.” But why is that, and what’s being done about it? To fully answer these questions, let’s explore the murky world of guns and marijuana.

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No need to install: Microsoft has controversial fake news filter NewsGuard built into mobile browser

Corporate and neocon-backed startup NewsGuard is one step closer to its vision of bringing its “unreliable” news rater to every screen after Microsoft makes it an integral part of its Edge mobile browser.

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UK-funded psyop outfit Integrity Initiative locks Twitter account after wiping content from website

After wiping its website clean pending a ‘probe’ into embarrassing leaks, the British state-funded Integrity Initiative (II) has hidden its Twitter account from the public, meaning only ‘approved’ followers can see its activity.

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Trump’s move on Venezuela is ‘setting off possible civil war’ in oil-rich country, WikiLeaks warns

The US President’s decision to recognize Venezuelan opposition figure Juan Guaido as the county’s “interim president” may set off a “possible civil war” in the oil-rich nation, WikiLeaks has warned.

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Biologists turn eavesdropping viruses into bacterial assassins

Princeton molecular biologist Bonnie Bassler and graduate student Justin Silpe have identified a virus, VP882, that can listen in on bacterial conversations — and then, in a twist like something out of a spy novel, they found a way to use that to make it attack bacterial diseases like E. coli and cholera. 

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Trump recognizes Venezuela opposition leader Juan Guaido as interim president

President Donald Trump officially recognized Venezuela's opposition leader Juan Guaidó as interim president on Wednesday after Guaidó declared himself the country's leader amid cheers from thousands who were protesting in the streets of the capital, Caracas.

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Multiple people shot in hostage situation at Suntrust bank in Sebring, Florida

Multiple people were shot in a hostage situation at a SunTrust Bank in Sebring, Florida, according to Highlands County Commissioner Don Elwell.

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Why the CIA Loved the Late George H. Bush

Last month, 19 senior CIA officials, current and former, signed a statement lauding the late president George Bush, who served as CIA director for one year. The agency put out a complimentary “unclassified” video about his service to the agency. Langley’s Twitter feed featured 11 straight days of photos and anecdotes about Bush’s warm relationship with America’s $15 billion a year spy service.

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Nigeria finds more than 20,000 kidnapped girls in Mali

Nigeria's anti-trafficking agency has said it found thousands of missing girls and women in southern Mali, many of whom were sold as sex slaves. According to the agency NAPTIP, there are between 20,000 and 45,000 kidnapped Nigerian women in Mali it intends to return to Nigeria. General Julie Okah-Donli, NAPTIP Director, said the women mostly came from rural areas of six different states in Nigeria. 

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US police arrest 36-year-old nurse after patient in a vegetative state gave birth

Police in Arizona say they have arrested a nurse after a patient at a care facility gave birth. The suspect has been named as Nathan Sutherland, 36, who worked at the Hacienda Healthcare clinic. He is being charged with one count of sexual assault and one count of abusing a vulnerable adult.

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U.S. State Department Email From 2012 States "al-Qaeda Is On Our Side In Syria"

For the abundance of evidence pointing to the fact that the United States and its “allies” control the terror group al-Qaeda and use it for their own purposes both at home and abroad, it seems many observers have a hard time swallowing such a bitter pill. There was a time, however, when, in internal emails, then Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s Deputy Chief of Staff and Director of Policy Planning, Jake Sullivan, admitted to the Secretary that “AQ is on our side in Syria.”

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South Korea supplied oil to North Korea and didn’t tell anyone

South Korea breached UN rules by failing to report more than 300 tonnes of petroleum products sent to North Korea in 2018, according to a report published Wednesday. The discrepancy was revealed by the NK News website, which monitors and tracks North Korean activity.

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Shutdown Woes Deepen As 800,000 Federal Workers To Miss Second Paycheck; IRS Employees Bail

With negotiations behind the partial government shutdown showing no signs of a breakthrough, an estimated 800,000 government employees are set to miss a second paycheck on Friday. Roughly 420,000 federal employees are working without pay, while around 380,000 have been furloughed amid the longest shutdown in US history, according to CNBC.  

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Chinese court presents app tracking nearby ‘DEADBEAT DEBTORS’ with map of ‘shame’

The “People’s Court” of China’s Hebei province has introduced a new app which identifies and even maps the location of people dodging their debts to help create a “socially credible environment,” state media reports. The program has been described as “a map of deadbeat debtors,” revealing their financial information and exact location to nearby peers. The app brings snitching on your neighbors into the 21st century, making it simple and convenient to report those with outstanding financial obligations to the authorities.

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Booze Good, Weed Bad: CBS Refuses to Air Medical Marijuana Super Bowl Commercial

As more and more people shake themselves free from the taboo against the medical and recreational use of cannabis, one would think that the mainstream media would similarly shift with the cultural winds and begin to show more flexibility toward the plant. In the case of CBS, this doesn’t seem to be an option.

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Expect an Increased Smearing of Americans as Russian Assets

After WikiLeaks documents provided irrefutable evidence that the Democratic National Committee had violated its charter by rigging its primary for Hillary Clinton against Bernie Sanders... What happened was the DNC changing absolutely nothing, Nanci Pelosi saying she doesn’t see anything wrong with primary rigging, and the Democratic Party shrieking about Russia for more than two years.

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Councils have cut services but spend millions on CCTV

Most people in the UK think quite wrongly that they live in a country where freedom and privacy is the basic right of all citizens. The UK currently holds the record for the largest number of CCTV cameras per person. Although Britain contains only contains 1 per cent of the world’s population, its citizens are watched by 20 per cent of the world’s CCTV cameras. Research in 2013 estimated that there are up to six million cameras in the UK, and the network is expected to expand even further, which according to a recent report it has achieved. But there’s more.

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MSM Divide Tactics on Full Display as More Concern Given to MAGA Hat Than Standing Rock Abuse

Unless you’ve been under a rock for the last several days, you have likely seen what could go down in history as one of the most mischaracterized, yet most divisive videos ever reported in the media. The video, showing an odd confrontation between a white teenage boy and a Native American veteran has served as a catalyst for calls of killing children, burning down schools, and even prompting Disney film producer Jack Morrissy to call for the killing of #MAGAkids.

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US confirms its envoy held talks with Taliban in Qatar

The United States has confirmed that its envoy met the Taliban in Qatar as Washington seeks to negotiate an end to the 17-year-old war in Afghanistan. Zalmay Khalilzad, US special representative on Afghan reconciliation, on Tuesday met Taliban representatives in the Qatari capital Doha, the US State Department said. "We can confirm that Special Representative Khalilzad and an inter-agency team are in Doha today talking with representatives of the Taliban," a State Department spokeswoman said, adding that the talks were taking place over two days.

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