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Feb 22 10:12

Women's March Mocked After Calling For 'Menstrual Equity'

The official Women's March twitter account was hilariously mocked Monday after suggesting that women having to pay for their own tampons is some form of horrible oppression.

Feb 22 10:01

67-Year-Old Woman Beat Boyfriend to Death with a Bat for 36 Hours, Police Allege

Investigators in Washington D.C. have arrested a woman for allegedly beating her boyfriend to death last week — with a metal baseball bat — over the course of 36 hours, PEOPLE confirms.

Feb 22 09:52

Mom's shocking photo of 10-year-old son depicts painful reality of cancer

This photo of a 10-year-old boy, bald, pained look on his face, standing in his pull-ups diaper while clinging on to the bathroom sink is quickly going viral on Facebook. The photo may not be pretty, it’s admittedly hard to look at, but it’s a raw depiction of what life is like for a cancer patient — which is exactly why the boy’s mother posted it.

Feb 22 09:52

Teens accused of plot to rob, kill girl found shot in ditch

Two teenage boys charged with shooting a 14-year-old girl in the back of the head and leaving her wounded in a ditch lured her to the spot in a small Utah town with a plan to rob and kill her, prosecutors said Tuesday.

Feb 22 09:26

Train passengers in Sweden have ‘breathing problems’ after liquid thrown on them

TRAIN passengers were left with breathing problems in Sweden tonight after a masked man threw liquid on them as the carriage doors slammed shut - trapping them inside.

The attack happened on a subway train at Sankt Eriksplan station in Stockholm, where emergency services rushed to the scene.

One passenger onboard said commuters were left in a state of panic, most suffering from breathing problems and others desperately rushing for the exits.

Reports initially stated the man threw a rucksack into the carriage, but Swedish police have confirmed it was a noxious liquid instead – the motives behind the incident or the identity of the man involved are not yet known.

Feb 22 09:08

An Economy Of Meaning – Or Bust

It’s not often that a scientist gets to use the words love, creativity, and wisdom in a paper, especially when writing about economics. Perhaps that’s because economics, the dismal science, is obsessed with dismal systems – make that abysmal systems, relative to need.

Feb 22 09:07

US Treasury Calls On IMF To Monitor Currencies, Provide 'Candid' Analysis

US Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin has urged the International Monetary Fund (IMF) to provide “frank and candid analysis” of exchange rate policies in member countries.

A Treasury spokesman said the plea was made in a phone call with IMF Managing Director Christine Lagarde on Tuesday.

Feb 22 09:06

The Political Assassination Of Milo Yiannopoulos

First, we saw Milo disinvited from CPAC on Monday after his comments on pederasty were called into question. This lead to Simon & Schuster cancelling its book deal with the eccentric journalist. Then, on Tuesday, Milo resigned as editor-in-chief of Breitbart, leaving him with a very uncertain future.

Feb 22 09:06

‘I Could See In His Eyes He Needed Help’: Louisiana Woman Rescues Cop From Attack

A 56-year-old woman is being honored as a good Samaritan after putting herself at risk to defend a police officer under assault. The Baton Rouge Police Department has thanked her for her bravery.

Feb 22 09:05

Trump’s New Budget Director Supports Bitcoin

Guess who President Trump just appointed as Director of the powerful Office of Management and Budget? – Bitcoin advocate Mike Mulvaney.

Feb 22 08:57

After Trump comments, the reality of crime and migrants in Sweden

US President Donald Trump's remarks over the weekend that Sweden is paying a high price for its generous asylum policy, including mention of a non-existent terror incident, have baffled Swedes.

Feb 22 08:57

After Trump travel ban, immigrants seek to naturalize

Andres Dorantes has long been content with the green card that lets him live in the U.S. and work as a tattoo artist in Los Angeles.
That changed when Donald Trump became president and swiftly made executive orders to crack down on immigrants and ban travel from certain countries. Dorantes, a Mexican immigrant, made an appointment at a naturalization workshop to start the process of becoming an American citizen.

Feb 22 08:56

SWEDEN RIOT: Police forced to shoot at protesters as violence erupts - yet PM is in denial

SWEDEN’S capital was plunged into chaos on Monday as police were forced to fire at rioters after violence erupted.

The scenes took place just hours after the country’s Prime Minister, Stefan Löfven, slammed Donald Trump for claiming Sweden was in crisis as a result of its liberal refugee policy.

Stockholm police were forced to fire a shot into the crowd in the hard-hit suburb of Rinkeby, after a mob of around 30 began attacking officers with rocks.

Feb 22 08:50

Trump Triggers The Media As They Push For Impeachment

In this video, Vin Armani shows how Trump is triggering the media to the point where they appear to be plotting his demise. Numerous MSM articles call for Trump to be impeached. Presidential approval polls are all over the map. Who to believe?

Feb 22 08:49

TRUMP'S AMERICA IS OVER! JANET YELLEN IS ABOUT TO DO SOMETHING SICK TO KILL TRUMP'S DREAMS

The Market is making parabolic moves and is up a straight 11% since Donald Trump won. With a Fed meeting imminent indicators point to a sick plot by the banksters and Janet Yellen to kill Trump's plans to “Make America Great Again.” Bob Kudla joins Gary Franchi to breakdown what is coming..

Feb 22 08:49

Brussels orders Italy to tackle debts or face SANCTIONS

BRUSSELS has threatened to hit Italy with stinging sanctions if the beleaguered country doesn't implement unpopular austerity measures.

Feb 22 08:46

THE FINAL BETRAYAL: Dutch MPs set to force through EU deal voters REJECTED in referendum

DUTCH MPs were today set to railroad through a controversial EU agreement despite the fact that it was rejected by an overwhelming majority of voters in a referendum.

Parliamentarians in The Hague were poised to approve the highly contentious pact between Brussels and Kiev which will grant 40 million Ukrainians visa-free access to Europe.

Their decision comes despite the fact that two-thirds of Dutch voters rejected the agreement in a referendum last spring, a result which establishment politicians immediately insisted they would ignore.

And today they are set to come good on their word with the majority of MPs in the lower house of the Dutch parliament expected to row in behind Brussels and approve the pact.

Feb 22 08:28

Hacking group RTM able to divert bulk financial transfers with malware

Cybercrime group RTM is deploying complex malware based in the Delphi programming language to target Remote Banking Systems (RBS), a type of business software used to make bulk financial transfers.

The problem was severe enough to warrant an advisory from FinCERT, a Russian CERT responsible for fighting cybercrime targeting Russian financial institutions in late 2016.

RTM is using its malware to spy on victims in a variety of ways such as monitoring keyboard strokes and smart cards inserted in the system, according to security software firm ESET. Malicious software allows all-time monitoring of banking-related activities as well as the possibility to upload files from the compromised system to its Command and Control (C&C) server.

"The malware actively searches for export files common to popular accounting software mainly used in Russia," said Jean-Ian Boutin, a malware researcher at ESET.

Feb 22 08:27

TRUMP JUST PICKED A NEW NATIONAL SECURITY ADVISER! THIS IS NOT A GUY YOU WANNA MESS WITH!!

President Trump just picked Lt General H.R McMaster to be our new National Security adviser and he could not have made a better choice. Lt Gen. H.R. McMaster is a combination of warrior, intellectual and leader. He was recently recognized by Time magazine as one of the 100 most influential people in the world.

Feb 22 08:26

Researchers offer simple scheme to stop the next Stuxnet

One of the world's oldest programming styles, the ladder logic that runs on industrial programmable logic controllers, remains dangerously vulnerable to attack, according to boffins from Singapore and India.

The researchers – Naman Govil of the International Institute of Information Technology, Hyderabad; and Anand Agrawal and Nils Ole Tippenhauer of the Singapore University of Technology and Design – explain that for all the attention paid to attacks like Stuxnet, there's a dearth of work looking at what's going on at the control logic level.

They write that while industrial control systems are getting better protection from malicious or buggy firmware, the ladder logic that controllers run is less defended.

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