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Aug 12 11:38

'There was a witch-hunt': Silicon Valley conservatives decry Google groupthink

After a Google employee was fired for penning a controversial ‘anti-diversity’ manifesto, conservatives say it proves Silicon Valley is a liberal echo chamber

Aug 12 11:34

The Most Common Job In Every State

*We used data from the Census Bureau, which has two catch-all categories: "managers not elsewhere classified" and "salespersons not elsewhere classified." Because those categories are broad and vague to the point of meaninglessness, we excluded them from our map.

Aug 12 11:28

Alternatives to YouTube?

Aug 12 11:18

29 Surreal Places In America You Need To Visit Before You Die

If you live in the U.S., you don’t need a passport to see what mother nature has to offer.

Aug 12 11:17

Chart Shows How All 50 States Rank on Gun Ownership Compared To Nations Around the World

Movato Real Estate has compiled some interesting data that compared gun ownership in the 50 states with gun ownership in other countries using the methodology outlined below:
We started with a research group in Switzerland called Small Arms Survey and its report “Small Arms Survey 2007: Guns and the City.” Among other things, it estimated gun-ownership numbers for 178 countries, including the United States (which it estimates has about 270 million guns).

Aug 12 10:18

Video: Storm On The Beach: Spanish Tourists Shocked As Dinghy Full Of Migrants Lands On Shore

Tourists and sun worshipers lounging on a Spanish beach were stunned when an inflatable dingy full of migrants landed on the shore.

Aug 12 10:06

Low Calorie Diet Drinks And Foods ‘Trick The Brain Into Making You Fatter’ And Could Trigger Diabetes, Study Claims

DIET drinks and foods trick the brain into making you fatter and could even trigger diabetes, a study suggests.

The body has evolved to burn more calories if something tastes sweet because in nature sweeter substances contain more energy.

Aug 12 10:05

Amazon On Defensive After UK Tax Bill Falls While Revenues Soar

One of the world’s biggest retail companies, Amazon, has been accused of being a tax dodger after its UK bill was slashed to a mere £7.4 million year. That’s despite its UK revenues soaring by more than 50 percent to almost £1.5 billion.

Aug 12 10:00

Russia Says 'A Pity' US Casts Doubt on Iran Deal

(*Russia misses the point . The worst President in US History dreamt up The Iran Deal , and the Best President in American History , who ran the tightest campaign that most Americans have ever seen in their lives , called it The Worst Deal In History , and he would know better than anyone , because he's a deal maker , and quite frankly America feels very fortunate to have elected Trump .
If it were to be proven to be a pity that The US casts doubt on the Iran deal , most Americans , if they read it enough would beli~eve , someone in the deep state , or a Democrat put those words into Trump's mouth .)

Aug 12 09:51

Two Top Haley Aides Quit, Citing ‘Family Concerns’

US ambassador to the UN Nikki Haley has confirmed the resignations of her chief of staff and communications director. The two men cited “family concerns” as reasons for leaving.

Aug 12 09:49

Marine Corps Orders 24-Hour Grounding Of Flights For All Aircraft Following Deadly Crashes

For the second time in just over a year, the Marine Corps ordered all of the branch’s aircraft to suspend flight operations for a 24-hour “operational reset” following two deadly aviation accidents in recent weeks.

Aug 12 09:45

US Missile Systems Not Accurately Tested Against Real Threats: Report

Defense expert have warned that the multi-billion-dollar US missile systems may not be capable of defending the country against possible missile attacks, as the war of words is escalating between Washington and Pyongyang.

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