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Jan 25 09:36

Rough sleeping rises at appalling rate, charity says, as figures show 16% rise

More than 4,000 people a night have been sleeping rough on England's streets, a 16% increase on last year.

Jan 25 09:36

Four more journalists get felony charges after covering inauguration unrest

Four more journalists have been charged with felonies after being arrested while covering the unrest around Donald Trump’s inauguration, meaning that at least six media workers are facing up to 10 years in prison and a $25,000 fine if convicted.

Jan 25 09:36

Protesters in Washington D.C. have scaled a crane and are planning to display a banner that reads 'Resist.'

Protesters with Greenpeace have scaled a crane in downtown D.C. and unfurled a banner in a protest against President Donald Trump.
The demonstration began around 8 a.m. Wednesday when several protesters scaled the crane located on the site of the old 'Washington Post' building at 15th Street and L Street. Greenpeace took responsibility for the protest prior to the unfurling of the 70-foot by 35-foot banner with the word "Resist" printed on it.

Jan 25 09:35

Trump's inauguration breaks live streaming records

US President Donald Trump's inauguration was the most watched news event streamed online to date, analysts suggest.

At its peak, a record 8.7Tbps of live video was streamed, according to content delivery network Akamai Technologies.

The previous record of 7.5Tbps was set during US election day coverage on 8 November 2016.

The figures reflect the growing popularity of online streaming.

In the US, 31 million people watched Mr Trump's inauguration on television, compared with 38 million who watched Barack Obama becoming president in 2009.

However, video traffic of Mr Obama's inauguration reached a peak of just 1.1Tbps the same year.

Jan 25 09:31

Wine 2.0 lands: It's not Soylent for booze but more Windows apps on Linux and Mac OS

If you really want to run MS Office 2013 on Linux, you can

Jan 25 09:30

10 CRINGEWORTHY PICTURES FROM THE “WOMEN’S MARCH” THAT WILL MAKE YOU VOMIT A LITTLE IN YOUR MOUTH

Amy Moreno for Truth Feed Reports The #WomensMarch event took place on Saturday in D.C., where hoards of anti-Trump “feminists” took to the streets to protest. However, beyond a general dislike of Donald Trump, no one is exactly sure what they were protesting. Nevertheless, as you can imagine there were plenty of “cringeworthy” moments.

Jan 25 09:29

Precious Metals Rally on Trump Swearing-In. Now What?

Gold and silver are off to a good start in 2017, advancing again last week into Donald Trump’s inauguration.

Jan 25 09:21

Super-Rich American 'Preppers' Buying Land In New Zealand Before "Crackup of Civilization"

According to writer Evan Osnos, preppers from Silicon Valley and New York are getting ready for the "crackup of civilization."

Jan 25 09:21

The Darkness Of The Women's March On DC - I Have To Say This - Plus Women Shine Their Light.

A sign which appeared at the Women's March on DC read, “Women are foolish to think they are equal to men. They are far superior.” Women may be superior to men in one way: only they can bring us the future by bearing children...

Jan 25 09:20

Has your phone been infected? Virus hidden in Google Play store apps is bombarding MILLIONS of handsets with adverts

The malware enters your device through infected apps on the Google Play Store.

The apps affected were all uploaded using the names of fake Chinese developers, and all had a 1.3MB file called 'assets/group.png' – a suspiciously large file that matched many of the traits seen in HummingBad.

People who want to know if their Android devices are infected can download the Check Point app.

Jan 25 09:18

WASHINGTON BILL WOULD MAKE IT ILLEGAL TO PAY FOR WEED WITH BITCOIN

Cannabis may be among the country's fastest growing industries, but its status as a Schedule I controlled substance under federal law poses an inconvenient discrepancy with more liberal state policies. It's well known that pot businesses have used digital currency, like bitcoin, to work around the issue of banking and use of credit cards, given that most financial institutions, complying with federal law, will not service green industry folk. But now, in Washington state, even that's under fire.

Jan 25 09:18

What caused two mysterious 'booms' that shook the earth around San Diego on Tuesday night? USGS say it was NOT an earthquake

Two mysterious booms have been heard around the San Diego area on Tuesday afternoon.

Locals took to social media in their droves to question what had just happened.

'Was that a San Diego #earthquake?' one Twitter user asked at 3.25pm. Another said that she had heard a 'loud a** boom and then I felt an earthquake'.

'I don't know if San Diego just had an earthquake or what but my windows rattled,' another resident tweeted.

United States Geological Survey says it did not detect any earthquake in San Diego County on Tuesday afternoon.

However, residents of the suburb of Santee reported seeing a large glowing ball in the western sky.

Jan 25 09:14

Dirty secrets of 180,000 users of a porn site that posts 'upskirt' photos are leaked - and they include 20 government email addresses

Users of a shady porn site that posts 'upskirt' pictures of women could have their dirty secrets exposed.

Personal details of 180,000 users of The Candid Board have been uploaded to the internet after a security breach, along with details of their time of last login.

Among the details were 68 military accounts and 19 government email addresses, suggesting that UK civil servants have been visiting the porn site.

Jan 25 09:11

Lords could 'delay start of Brexit UNTIL 2020' as fall out from Supreme Court continues

A spokesman for Clifford Chance said: “The Government may be able to secure the passage of its legislation through the House of Commons but not the House of Lords.

"Unlike defeat in the House of Commons, defeat for the Government in the House of Lords would not end Brexit, but it could delay Brexit for at least a year (amendments to the bill passed by the House of Lords but rejected by the Commons could have the same delaying effect)..

“The Parliament Acts 1911 and 1949 allow the House of Commons to override the House of Lords, but only after a gap of a year. That could potentially push Brexit back to mid-2020.”

Jan 25 09:11

Badlands National Park Twitter account goes rogue, starts tweeting scientific facts

Just days after The National Park Service (NPS) was forced to shut down its Twitter activity over two retweets the Department of the Interior deemed inconsistent with the agency’s mission, the Twitter account for Badlands National Park in South Dakota seems to have gone rogue, tweeting numerous scientific facts about climate change that have since been deleted.

Jan 25 09:10

Five States Are Considering Bills to Legalize the 'Right to Repair' Electronics

Lawmakers in five states have introduced legislation that would enshrine the “Right to Repair” electronics, meaning manufacturers will have to sell replacement parts to independent repair shops and consumers and will also have to make their diagnostic and service manuals public.

Jan 25 09:09

One third of Americans can’t afford safe running water

According to a new report, more than a third of the population of America has no access to clean, reliable drinking water. We don’t generally think of the United States as being a country where people just cannot afford to access safe water, but this is becoming more common every day.

Jan 25 09:07

British Army IN CRISIS: Major concerns as recruitment numbers plummet by 31 PER CENT

THE BRITISH Army has seen a massive 31 per cent drop in its recruitment numbers in just eight months.

Jan 25 09:04

Syrian families given cash cards of benefits made up of YOUR money to hit 200,000 by June

SYRIAN refugees in Turkey are getting monthly cash payments as part of a deal between the European Union and Ankara to stop the flow of refugees into the continent.

The controversial scheme, under which Syrians who fled their war-ravaged homeland are given about £21 a month, forms the central plank of a £2.5billion aid package from European states that was thrashed out with Turkey at the height of the migrant crisis last March.

Jan 25 09:04

Trump Faces Gnawing Problems In The Great White North

Canada’s staid liberal-conservative political map on most economic issues and even social issues has been relatively flat. Conservatives in Canada, like in the US, are what Trump supporters (really just Tea Party lite) call “cuckservatives” — cuckolded by the liberals on both economic and social issues (free trade, global warming, feminism, abortion, affirmative action, gaylib).

Jan 25 09:03

Syria Peace Negotiations To Resume In Geneva

The Syrian peace talks in Astana Khazakhstan, closed on Tuesday, January 24th, with a resounding repudiation of both ISIS and Al Nusra (Al Qaeda in Syria), in a statement by all four signatory nations — Syria, Russia, Iran, and Turkey — which also is an implicit repudiation of the longstanding American position on Syria.

Jan 25 09:01

Shock claims Donald Trump bodyguard 'wore prosthetic arms to conceal sub-machine gun'

The bizarre theory has swept the internet after eagle-eyed viewers analysed footage from last week’s inauguration parade.

Jan 25 08:59

SPAIN IN CRISIS: Catalonia WILL hold independence referendum in Brussels charm offensive

SPAIN could be on the brink of collapse after the President of Catalonia vowed to go ahead with an independent referendum this September.

Jan 25 08:58

Bad news Nicola! Sturgeon's EU dream in peril as MEPs brand Catalonia referendum 'ILLEGAL'

NICOLA Sturgeon's dream of keeping Scotland in the European Union were dealt a hammer blow today as Brussels politicians reacted with open fury to Catalonia's independence plans.

Fuming MEPs could not hide their contempt for efforts by the tiny Spanish region to split from the rest of the country and made it plain they would not welcome it into the bloc.

They fired volley after political volley at its plans for an independence referendum, which were touted by three Catalan MEPs at a highly controversial conference in Brussels this week.

The level of anger directed at secessionist politicians in Spain does not bode well for Ms Sturgeon, who wants to haul Scotland out of the UK in order to keep it in the single market.

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