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Beijing Safety Alert for Turkey Travel Amid Row Over Treatment of Ethnic Uyghurs

China has warned its citizens traveling in Turkey to “be wary and pay attention to their personal safety” amid a row between the two countries over the treatment of China’s Muslim ethnic Uyghur people in the Xinjiang region of Asia’s largest...
Topics: China, Beijing, Turkey, Xinjiang

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Trump Tweets New Version of Video Mocking Dems at SOTU After Original Taken Down, Set to ‘God...

pic.twitter.com/nJORBjwint — Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) February 16, 2019 Yesterday President Donald Trump‘s Twitter account shared a video from Twitter user @CarpeDonktum mocking Democrats’ responses to the State of the...
Topics: Donald Trump, Usa Videos, Social Media

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Google is reportedly hiding behind shell companies to scoop up tax breaks and land

Should local communities have the right to know before a big tech company moves in? Should they be able to protest before city planners offer those companies millions or even billions of dollars in incentives? Those were the questions raised when...
Topics: Google, Google (GOOG), Shell, Taxes, Protests, Amazon, Amazon (AMZN)

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Pence urges European leaders to back out of Iran nuclear agreement

Vice President Mike Pence and German Chancellor Angela Merkel voiced differing opinions on how to approach the Iran nuclear deal when they both spoke at the Munich Security Conference on Saturday. Pence criticized European leaders for remaining in...
Topics: Iran, Angela Merkel

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This incredible Samsung soundbar is more than half off right now

Even if you're not an audiophile, this Samsung soundbar deal from Massdrop is worth checking out.        
Topics: Samsung

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‘Far Apart’: Chancellor Merkel Wins Applause Confronting US VP Pence – Report

German Chancellor Angela Merkel advocated preserving the Iranian nuclear treaty and multilateralism, while US Vice President Mike Pence rolled out demands to European allies, including a demand to pull out of the 2015 JCPOA and ditch Russian gas.
Topics: Angela Merkel

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These 3 Value Stocks Are Absurdly Cheap Right Now

Value investing often ends up leading investors into just one or two out-of-favor sectors. You can't create a diversified portfolio going that route. So it's important to broaden your horizons, and at times your view of what constitutes value. Here...

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Payless ShoeSource To Close All Remaining 2,100 Stores

Expect liquidation sales as the stores wind down operations by spring.

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“I’ve never seen anything like this”: NYC Dem Carolyn Maloney slams opposition to Amazon deal

A fun look-in at the low-grade civil war within the Democratic Party over the Amazon bug-out. Maloney’s been representing part of Queens, the same borough where Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez’s district is based, since AOC was in kindergarten....
Topics: Amazon

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Feds seize port's largest cocaine shipment in 25 years

CBP intercepted two shipments totaling over 200 pounds at the end of January.

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Patrick Caddell, Self-Taught Pollster Who Helped Carter to White House, Dies at 68

Decades after aiding the Democratic presidential campaigns of George McGovern and Jimmy Carter, Patrick Caddell began to advise conservatives including Stephen Bannon.
Topics: White House

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UN Special Envoy for Libya Receives Lavrov Invitation to Visit Russia

MUNICH (Sputnik) - UN Special Representative and Head of the United Nations Support Mission in Libya (UNSMIL) Ghassan Salame told Sputnik on Saturday he had received the invitation from Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov to visit Moscow.
Topics: Libya, Russia, Moscow

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To save journalism, regulate Big Tech… lightly

Google and Facebook recently reported bumper profits for 2018: almost $31 billion and $22 billion, respectively. It mattered little that both companies faced the wrath of lawmakers around the world for spreading fake news and allowing illicit actors...
Topics: Google, Social Media, Facebook

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10 Reasons to Buy Atlassian Stock and Never Sell

Two weeks ago, I added a sizable portion of Atlassian (NASDAQ: TEAM) stock to my family's portfolio. It makes tools that allow employees at companies -- particularly software and IT companies -- work on projects and communicate with one another. And...
Topics: Nasdaq, US Equity Markets

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President Maduro Puts Forth Plan for Permanent Mobilisation of Military

MEXICO CITY (Sputnik) – Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro on Friday suggested that a plan for the permanent mobilisation of the Armed Forces to guard against a possible foreign intervention should be adopted.
Topics: Military, Mexico

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Billionaire warlords: Why the future is medieval

Russia? China? No. The rising world superpower is the billionaire class. Our problem, says Sean McFate, is that we're still thinking in nation states.Nation states have only existed for the last 300-400 years. Before that, wealthy groups – tribes,...
Topics: Russia, China

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Some Republicans Were Against Executive Power on Immigration. Now They Aren’t.

President Trump declared a national emergency to unlock funds for a border wall that he couldn’t get from Congress. Those Republicans supporting the move didn’t approve when President Barack Obama used his executive power to act on immigration...
Topics: Immigration, Barack Obama

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DNC Rejects Ban on Corporate PAC Money, Delaying Decision Until 2020

Julia Conley, staff writerAfter rejecting a proposal to reinstate a full ban on corporate PAC donations earlier this week, the Democratic National Committee (DNC) decided on Saturday that the party's Platform Committee would review a possible ban in...

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Police: Gunman in shooting rampage had 6 prior arrests in Aurora, Illinois, including domestic...

Five male workers of Henry Pratt Co. were found dead and the gunman was killed in a shootout with police after a search of the sprawling warehouse.        
Topics: Police

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Lilbits 349: The 5G smartphones are coming

Mobile World Congress is a little more than a week away, and we’ll likely see new phones from companies including Samsung, Huawei, HMD (Nokia), and others, as well as other devices (Microsoft, for example, is expected to introduce its next-gen...
Topics: Mobile Technology, Samsung, Huawei, Nokia, Microsoft

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Consumer groups call out retailers in a bid for better IoT security

Consumer groups posted a "Dear retailer" letter on February 12 that called out Walmart, Best Buy, Amazon, and Target, shaming the companies for selling insecure smart home devices. The post Consumer groups call out retailers in a bid for better IoT...
Topics: Wal-Mart Stores, Amazon, Amazon (AMZN)

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