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Aug 12 14:23

Al Qaeda Has Drawn A Bullseye On A New American Target: Subway Trains

Al Qaeda is about to take on a new target — America’s trains — in an upcoming edition of its terror magazine, Inspire.

Issue No. 17 is headlined, “Train Derail Operations,” and will spell out ways to create rail disasters in a transportation system that lacks the stiff security procedures of airline travel.

Aug 12 13:36

Tar Sands Pipeline Companies Oversee Hundreds Of Oil Spills

Four proposed pipeline projects are part of an effort to increase oil production from Canada’s tar sands, one of the dirtiest fossil fuel projects in the world, which has been limited by a lack of pipeline capacity.

Aug 12 13:36

UK Police Investigate Hate Mail Sent To Mosques

British police have conducted an investigation into hate mail and suspicious packages sent to mosques in the United Kingdom and the United States.

Hate mail and suspicious packages were sent from a location near Sheffield to mosques in London, South Yorkshire and the US, the Guardian reported on Saturday.

Aug 12 13:35

Car Plows Into Protesters At Charlottesville Far-Right Rally, ‘Extremely Serious’ Injuries

At least one person has been killed after a car has ran into protesters at the Charlottesville protests between ‘Unite the Right’ and counter demonstrators. RT journalist on the scene said that there were “extremely heavy injuries” sustained during the incident.

Aug 12 13:25

Report: Two Israeli Teens Arrested For Operating World's Largest DDoS-For-Hire Operation

Two Israeli teenagers, Yarden “applej4ck” Bidani and Itay “p1st” Huri, have been arrested in Israel for allegedly running the world's largest DDoS-for-Hire operation through the darkweb.

Aug 12 13:24

Protesters Rammed At Alt-Right Rally, Trump Condemns Violence On ALL Sides

The alt-right rally in Charlottesville, Virginia was total bedlam.

Police appear to have failed miserably in keeping both sides separated and it hit a crescendo with someone in a car ramming into a crowd of protesters.

Aug 12 13:20

Obama to hit up national political scene this fall: Report

According to a recent report by “The Hill,” former President Barack Obama is planning to re-emerge on the national political scene this fall as a Democratic National Committee fundraiser.

Aug 12 13:06

An Elite Soccer Team Protests ICE After Their Teammate Is Detained

Donald Trump’s immigration policies—and the marching orders he has given to Immigration Customs and Enforcement (ICE)—are destroying lives. Many people intuit this in the abstract, but when it hits home it gets very real, very quickly.

Aug 12 13:06

Mueller’s Targets Face Financial Strain

Former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort parted ways with WilmerHale, the law firm defending him, earlier this week.

That was largely because Bob Mueller’s 16-lawyer Russia probe—which is targeting him—has shifted its focus and is drilling down on tax issues, which aren’t WilmerHale’s specialty. But the parting of ways with WilmerHale was also in part because Manafort’s finances are increasingly strained, according to sources familiar with the situation.

Aug 12 13:05

Anti-Google Street Art Pops Up Near Google Offices In Response To Firing Of Diversity Memo Author

Spoof ads are appearing all around Google offices in California after the tech giant fired an engineer over a politically incorrect internal memo. A free speech protest has also been organized against Google over the controversy.

On Friday, a street artist who goes by the name Sabo took credit for plastering anti-Google fake ads just outside Google offices in Santa Monica and Venice, California.

Aug 12 12:56

Proof: Leak not Hack

Aug 12 12:24

Racial division narrative intensifies in media after vehicle runs into crowd at fringe protest

Hundreds of fully-armed mostly out-of-state white nationalists and counter protesters clashed at a local park Saturday morning in what is being called the largest gathering in years.

The melee unfolded after a several different fringe groups began to gather at a “Unite the Right” rally which was scheduled to commence around noon time.

Aug 12 12:21

Are Internal Cracks Turning Into Chasms?

Recently noted deterioration in market internals appears to be getting worse.

Aug 12 11:50

Car hits people at Charlottesville rally - several injured

Early reports have said there are many with serious injuries.

Horror footage has now emerged online of the moments after a car smashed into people.

A damaged light-colored Toyota vehicle appears to have reversed away from the scene afterwards.

A chaotic scene has now erupted as the injured are treated in the street.


Nationalists were holding the rally to protest plans by the city of Charlottesville to remove a statue of Confederate General Robert E Lee.

Aug 12 11:46

TalkTalk fined £100,000 for not protecting customers' personal data

Broadband provider found to have put 21,000 subscribers’ data at risk by allowing ‘rogue’ staff at Indian contractor access to it

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).