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Mar 22 08:09

Plusnet slapped with £880k fine for billing ex customers

Broadband provider Plusnet has been slapped with a £880,000 fine from Ofcom for continuing to bill former customers.

More than 1,000 ex-customers were overcharged £500,000 by BT-owned Plusnet, after it continued to bill for landline and broadband services that had been cancelled.

The penalty is the result of an investigation opened last May and was caused by an error in Plusnet’s billing system meaning cancelled lines were still recognised as "live".

Mar 22 08:05

Senator Dianne Feinstein Has Announced “Donald Trump Will Resign Soon.” Reminds Me Of FBI Director Comey’s Running Off At The Mouth. The Not So Good News For This Morning…

Waking up to a huge amount of news this morning of March 22, 2017, and none of it is good. First we have Democrat Senator Dianne Feinstein running off at the mouth saying, “Donald Trump Will Resign Soon.” So, Dianne, want to share with us how you got here? All of you Liberals seem to know everything…I would say you are the ones who started this rhetoric; thus, spreading more fake news…thanks a lot, like we don’t have enough out there.

Mar 22 08:04

A peek into North Korea's Internet

For most North Koreans, it's nonexistent. There are only 1,024 known IP addresses in the entire country. The Internet is typically reserved for government officials, a few foreign ambassadors and outside assistance groups, according to a North Korean defector-turned-journalist.

By comparison, the United States has 1.5 billion IP addresses.

It's important to note that it's not one IP address per device, so there could be thousands of devices hooked up to the Internet in North Korea. Still, it has one of the smallest Internet presences in the world.

Mar 22 07:57

Donbass, East Ukraine On Its Way To Becoming Own Country By Default

By Brandon Turbeville

After having fallen prey to Western machinations of destabilization and civil war, it is apparent that there may now be irreparable differences between the East and West portions of Ukraine. With the East of Ukraine more in line with Russia and the West more in line with Western Europe, all compounded by years of civil war and outright persecution and atrocities committed by the fascist Ukrainian forces, the DPR and LPR are showing signs of going their separate ways and breaking away from West Ukraine in a more final fashion...

Mar 22 07:42

Northeast cold Wednesday may not be matched until next winter

(*even the groundhog is faking the news !)

Mar 22 07:37


OH MY GOD. What Donald Trump Just Said Will Make Elizabeth Warren Start Crying Tears Of Fear! Last night on “Watter’s World,” President Trump told Jesse Watters that it would be a “dream” to run against goofy Elizabeth Warren.

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Mar 22 07:27


President Trump promised to beat the globalist elites, and now he has gone and done the impossible. G20, the meeting of world leaders, just officially ENDED their support of Free Trade to PLEASE Donald Trump!

Mar 22 07:18

Americans chant ‘Build the wall’ while on vacation in Cancun, Mexico

Anaximandro and Sully Amable were all set to enjoy a night watching a pirate show on a boat in the waters off of Cancun two weeks ago.
That’s when some U.S. tourists aboard the ship started chanting “build the wall,” in a reference to U.S. President Donald Trump’s plan to build a wall along the U.S. border with Mexico, Anaximandro wrote on Facebook in Spanish on March 6.

Mar 22 07:17

Teenage lottery winner gives nearly all $500,000 to parents

A teenager who won $500,000 (£401,000) on the lottery, has given nearly all of his winnings to his parents.
The 19-year-old, who has asked to remain anonymous, won on a scratch-off instant lottery game.

Mar 22 07:17

Stock market extends losses after biggest drop in months

Dow eyes fifth straight day of losses

U.S. stocks are trading lower as investors remained cautious following the prior session’s first sharp slump in months, which some analysts attribute to worries that momentum for President Donald Trump’s pro-growth policies is fading.

The S&P 500 index SPX, -0.28% was off 4 points, or 0.2%, at 2,340, with nine of the 11 main sectors trading lower. Financials and telecoms led the decliners, while utilities and technology stocks were the bright spot.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average DJIA, -0.39% was off by 54 points, or 0.3%, to 20,610, on track for its fifth consecutive decline.
The Nasdaq Composite Index COMP, -0.08% was up 5 points, or less than 0.1%, at 5,798.

Tuesday’s selloff came as issues with the Republicans’ health-care bill prompted investors to question Trump’s ability to follow through on promises of tax reforms and $1 trillion in infrastructure spending, according to Connor Campbell, financial analyst at Spreadex. A vote on the bill has been set for Thursday.


Mar 22 07:10

Dow, Nasdaq log worst day since September as financial stocks crumble

U.S. stocks sank Tuesday as the Dow and the Nasdaq logged their worst daily drops since September, while the S&P 500 also tumbled the most in a single session in five months.

The Dow Jones Industrial Average DJIA, -0.29% fell 237.85 points, or 1.1%, to close at 20,668.01, the biggest percentage decline since blue chips fell by 1.4% on Sept. 13. The S&P 500 SPX, -0.16% posted its steepest fall since Oct. 11, shedding 29.45 points, or 1.2%, to end at 2,344.02, and the Nasdaq COMP, +0.06% had its worst day since Sept. 9, falling 107.70 points, or 1.8%, to finish at 5,793.83.

also:A history-setting trading streak for Dow, S&P 500 just came to a screeching halt

Mar 22 04:49

Have We Reached A Turning Point For Stocks? Tuesday Was The Worst Day For The Stock Market In 6 Months

The post-election stock market rally is officially over. After hovering near record highs for the past couple of weeks, U.S. stocks had their worst day in six months on Tuesday. For quite some time it has been clear that the momentum of the post-election rally had been exhausted, and a pullback of this nature was widely anticipated.

Mar 22 04:49

Bulls Are Going To Take A Header As New IPOs Are Flooding The Market With Supply And Overwhelming The Demand

The upcoming onslaught of IPOs is going to cause the much anticipated short term pause in the markets, according to Jim Cramer, host of the Mad Money. "I keep thinking back to March of 2014, the last time deals started coming at a fever pitch.

Mar 22 04:42

Fmr. NBA superstar Shaquille O’Neal: ‘The Earth is flat’

Former NBA superstar Shaquille O’Neal voiced his belief that ‘the world is flat’ on a recent Internet radio show.

Mar 22 04:41

RED ALERT: The FBI is now investigating the alternative media for exposing Hillary Clinton

In a stunning turn of events, the FBI is now apparently investigating multiple alternative news outlets for supposed Russian connections, according to deep state operatives who gave the information to McClatchy News in an obvious attempt to undermine the growing power of the anti-establishment media.

Mar 22 04:39

Liberal anti-Trump groups plan to bow down to George Soros, beg for funding

Over the years it has become increasingly clear that billionaire liberal George Soros is actively funding a large portion of the opposition against anti-establishment Republicans.

Now, in the wake of several new liberal groups rising to the forefront after Donald Trump’s election, the Soros run Democracy Alliance is set to consider funding their efforts against all things Trump.

Mar 22 04:38

RoboCops will soon police Dubai

Multilingual robotic cops will patrol the streets of Dubai later this year and will be well-equipped to take reports of crime from the general public through a touchscreen interface mounted on the bot’s chest.

Mar 22 04:36

Trump goes ballistic on Twitter, calls out Dems over false allegations

President Donald J. Trump went on a Twitter rampage Monday morning from the White House in defense of the Democrats so far unsuccessful attempt to disestablish the Trump Administration after alledgeingRussian ties.

Mar 21 22:26

Former Defence Minister concedes civilian casualties in 2010 SAS raid in Afghanistan

Former Defence Minister Wayne Mapp has conceded civilians were killed in a 2010 Afghanistan raid.

The raid is the focus of Nicky Hager and Jon Stephenson's new book, which claims six people were killed.

This is the first Government concession that civilians died in the raid.

Newshub spoke to Mapp - who was Defence Minister at the time of the attack - today.

"One of the disasters of war is these terrible things can happen," he said when asked about the deaths.

When asked if he was remorseful, he said: "In 2014 I was informed that, I saw it on TV in fact, that a 3-year-old was killed, I'm sure everyone is remorseful about that. At the time of the attack they thought they were being attacked by insurgents."

Mar 21 20:33

Bill Bonner: Finally some good news from the Trump team

First, finally some good news from the Trump team! They’re proposing to cut funding for 80 different agencies and programs.

The Institute of Museum and Library Services, for example. The Corporation for National and Community Service… the Appalachian Regional Commission… the National Endowment for the Humanities… and dozens of others.

They’re all supposed to get the axe.

Well… hooray! It’s about time. Get rid of them all. And since you’ve got the axe out… there’s plenty more dead wood that could be chopped.

The SEC. Who needs it? Let investors take care of themselves; they’ve got the money to do it.

And why 17 different spook agencies? One would be more than enough.

Mar 21 19:31

Whistleblower Explains How Education System Targets ‘Resistors’

A former policy advisor explains how she was trained to trick parents.

Mar 21 19:31

Court Rules That Insurance Company Must Cover Medical Cannabis

A judge out of New Jersey ruled that a man’s insurance company must pay for the cost of his medical cannabis treatment. This may establish an important precedent in the medical industry.

Mar 21 19:29

Renewable Energy Reaches Record High In Europe

Almost 90% percent of all new power feeding into the European grid in 2016 came from renewable energy resources.