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Mar 15 11:54

Roger Stone says feds targeted his calls and emails, illegally leaked details

Ex-Trump adviser Roger Stone says feds targeted his calls and emails-illegally leaked details

Mar 15 11:52

Attempted assassination? -- Roger Stone has been in a car accident, but he's stable

Ex-Trump adviser Roger Stone Claimed he was poisoned recently too

Mar 15 11:43

JFK Assasination research focusses on the wrong things


Too much JFK Assassination research focuses on the wrong things. Full 40minutes response to Joe Rogan and Eddie Bravo is up at www.anc.report for members. If you have ever seen my work on 911 you will understand that I avoid the mainstream of even the alt media and make my own path because it makes better sense.

Mar 15 11:37

Poaching In Europe’s Suburbs

It was a matter of time. The war of poachers against those attempting to conserve species, and the animals themselves, took a gruesome turn this week. At the Parc Zoologique de Thoiry outside Paris, a southern white rhinoceros named Vince was shot three times, with one horn sawn by attackers keen to bring the predations of the ivory market to Europe. (The second horn was only partially sawn.)

Mar 15 11:29

Judge Denies Request To Stop Oil Flow In Dakota Pipeline

A US federal judge has rejected a request by a Native American tribe for an emergency order to prevent the flow of oil in the controversial Dakota Access Pipeline project, arguing that such a move would not serve the public interest.

Mar 15 11:28

Video: Erdogan Calls Merkel A ‘Terrorist Supporter,’ Says Turkey Will Go To ECHR Over Netherlands Rally Row

Turkey will challenge the Netherlands in the European Court of Human Rights over its refusal to allow Turkish officials to enter the country and deliver campaign speeches, President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has warned.

Mar 15 10:59

Over 33mn US employee records, including military personnel, had their data hacked

A database containing more than 33 million records of corporate and government employees has been leaked online, including records from the Department of Defense, US Postal Service, Wal-Mart, and Ohio State University.

The database belongs to Dun & Bradstreet which licenses information on businesses and corporations for use in credit decisions, business-to-business marketing, and supply chain management. In 2013, they held over 225 million business records from companies around the globe.

The leak of the 52.2 Gigabyte corporate database from the business services firm contains millions of people’s names, work email addresses, phone numbers, and the companies they work for, along with their job titles, ZDNet reports.

Mar 15 10:46

LA County Sheriff To Spend $300k On Gold Belt Buckles For Deputies

Amid a staffing shortage and regular budget deficits of $250 million, Los Angeles County Sheriff Jim McDonnell will spend hundreds of thousands of dollars on cosmetic changes for his deputies’ uniforms.

Mar 15 10:45

'Of Course, The Deep State Exists' In America, Gingrich Says

Newt Gingrich, the former speaker of the US House of Representatives has accused the “deep state” – a shadowy network of powerful entrenched federal and military interests – of attempting to destabilize the administration of President Donald Trump.

Mar 15 10:41

Ibuprofen: Calls for sales restrictions on painkiller due to cardiac arrest risk

Ibuprofen should not be sold over the counter, researchers have said after discovering it increases the risk of cardiac arrest by 31 per cent.

The common painkiller, currently available in supermarkets and corner shops, is a type of medicine known as non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs).

Researchers from the University of Copenhagen found other NSAIDs, such as diclofenac, present an even greater risk of cardiac arrest – when the heart suddenly stops pumping blood around the body.

Gunnar Gislason, who led the study, called the findings a "stark reminder that NSAIDs are not harmless" and said ibuprofen and similar drugs should only be sold in pharmacies, in limited quantities and in low doses.

Mar 15 10:21

Trump To Order Government-Wide Review Of Wasteful Spending

President Trump will issue a new memorandum on Monday that requires every executive agency to conduct an internal review of how their funding is being abused and what changes they can pursue to operate more efficiently.

Mar 15 10:21

London Trading Could Be Driven By Advance Inside Knowledge Of Official Data – Report

An analysis of official trading data suggests some London-based investors may be trading with advanced knowledge of sensitive economic reports before they are released to public.

A report prepared for the Wall Street Journal (WSJ) by Alexander Kurov, an associate professor of finance at West Virginia University, suggests City investors trade using the confidential economic data in breach of regulations.

Mar 15 10:16

Report: Trump Moving Against Obama's Stupid Fuel Efficiency Rules

President Trump is reportedly moving to scrap Obama's stupid fuel efficiency rules which pretty much mandate everyone drive a Prius.

Mar 15 10:14

Brexit DELAY: EU could force Theresa May to wait until JUNE to start talks

THE European Union (EU) could force Britain to wait until June to start formal Brexit talks, thwarting Theresa May’s efforts to secure a deal within two years.

EU officials say the 27 other member states are looking to June to officially open negotiations, despite Theresa May planning to trigger Article 50 by the end of March.

Mar 15 10:09

Judge Napolitano: How Obama Spied On Trump

In a startling segment on the Fox News program The First 100 Days, Judge Andrew Napolitano told viewers that there will be no paper trail linking President Obama to any surveillance of telephone calls in Trump Tower during the presidential transition period. (President Obama called it “wiretapping” even though no wires were involved.) The reason is that British intelligence had access to NSA surveillance data – which captures every phone call in the United States – and were able to provide such intelligence to President Obama without a FISA court warrant or any other paper trail that would expose an American intelligence agency that used the same NSA data.

Mar 15 10:01

Are patients dying from chemo and not cancer itself?

New research has revealed that cancer isn’t the only thing killing cancer patients. Many times, the treatment itself is what turns out to be the cause of death.

For the first time ever, a team of researchers decided to look at how many cancer patients were dying within the first 30 days of chemotherapy treatment. This particular data would indicate that the medication was most likely the cause of death, rather than the cancer.

Data from more than 23,000 women with breast cancer and nearly 10,000 men with 9634 non-small cell lung cancer who received chemotherapy in 2014 was collected for the study. A staggering 1,383 people treated died within 30 days of beginning their regimen.

Mar 15 09:44

Student loan defaults skyrocket by 17 per cent as 4.2 million borrowers face financial disaster after pursuing a college degree

A new analysis of government data by the Consumer Federation of America (CFA) found that the number of Americans in default on their student loans jumped by nearly 17 per cent last year.

As of the end of 2016, there were 4.2 million Federal Direct Loan borrowers in default, meaning they've not made a payment in more than 270 days. That's up from 3.6 million at the end of 2015.

Mar 15 09:36

Facebook, Twitter could pay $53 mn for hate speech, fake news in Germany

German authorities have circulated further steps aimed at fighting hate speech and so-called fake news posts on social media sites such as Facebook and Twitter proposing fines of up to 50 million euros ($53 million).

German Justice Minister Heiko Maas announced plans to introduce a new law that would oblige social networks to publish quarterly accountability reports, which would include information on how effectively cases of hate speech and fake news reported by users on social networks are being considered, the German Justice Ministry reported on Tuesday.

Apart from that, social media companies would have to take down offensive posts within 24 hours after a complaint is submitted. As of today, it takes at least a week to delete these kind of posts.

Mar 15 09:33

Small drone 'shot with Patriot missile'

A Patriot missile - usually priced at about $3m (£2.5m) - was used to shoot down a small quadcopter drone, according to a US general.

The strike was made by a US ally, Gen David Perkins told a military symposium.

"That quadcopter that cost 200 bucks from Amazon.com did not stand a chance against a Patriot," he said.

Patriots are radar-targeted weapons more commonly used to shoot down enemy aircraft and ballistic missiles.

"Now, that worked, they got it, OK, and we love Patriot missiles," the general said.

Mar 15 09:29

THERE IS NO MONEY - "FREEDOM FROM FICTION"

For as long as we have been using FRN, there has been no real money to actually be able to pay for anything.

Mar 15 09:19

Swedish kids to learn computer coding and how to spot fake news in primary school

Swedish kids are set to learn programming from their first year of primary school, as the country's government introduces an improved digital competence aspect to the curriculum designed to make the tech savvy Swedes even better with computers.

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