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Here are the ominous signs for Trump that his support among key Republicans may finally be falling...

The past few weeks have been brutal for President Donald Trump, with Russia revelations continuing apace and federal investigators closing in on his associates as they implicate him in illegal payoff schemes. Until now, Trump has been able to rely...
Topics: Donald Trump, Russia

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Why Johnson & Johnson, Costco, and Apple Slumped Today

Stocks slipped following negative economic data out of both China and Europe on Friday, spurring concerns over a potential slowdown in global growth. The Dow Jones Industrial Average dropped 2% to end the week, while the S&P 500 pulled back...
Topics: Costco Wholesale, Apple (AAPL), China

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The very best premium cases for Google Pixel 3 and Google Pixel 3 XL [Video]

It’s nice to get a bargain on a phone case, especially when your device costs upwards of $500. Although it’s equally nice to have a premium case keeping your pristine Pixel safe and sound. more… The post The very best premium...
Topics: Google, Tech Videos

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Why you Need to Understand Yemen’s Houthi Rebels

By Myriam Renaud | – Chicago (The Conversation) – Fully half of Yemen’s population – 14 million people – are on the brink of starvation. Some analysts blame their inability to access basic foodstuff on escalating conflict between...
Topics: Yemen, Religion

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The Best iPhone and Android Apps of 2018

Between the iPhone XS, the Samsung Galaxy S9 and the Google Pixel 3, our smartphones have gotten better than ever. But great hardware means almost nothing without great software to take advantage of those high-performance processors, brilliant...
Topics: Iphone, Mobile Technology, Android, Android Apps, Samsung, Google

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China Demands USA Give Money to China Because Climate Change

Guest essay by Eric Worrall China is demanding that the USA and other developed countries give China large sums of cash, because the USA owes China and other developing countries for historical US greenhouse gas contributions. China is also...
Topics: China

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Samsung’s foldable smartphone to feature astronomically price, massive battery

The foldable Samsung Smartphone which was teased at Samsung’s developer conference this fall will easily be the most expensive smartphone in Samsung’s 2019 lineup. According to a new report from CGS-CIMB Research, the Samsung foldable...
Topics: Samsung, Mobile Technology

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Google is tweaking the look of Assistant’s pop up interface on Android

Google appears to be testing an Assistant Android interface tweak that makes the voice-activated assistant’s pop up easier to use with one hand.In the updated interface, users are able to tap the microphone, Lens and keyboard icons all with...
Topics: Google, Android, Mobile Technology

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GM is issuing layoff notices for 5 US and Canadian factories — but over 1,000 workers are...

GM has begun to notify hourly workers of layoffs at five plants in the US and Canada. The carmaker has 2,700 positions available at other facilities. GM is also providing severance and services to salaried employees facing layoffs or voluntary...
Topics: General Motors, Canada

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Despite New Investigation, George Papadopoulis Confirms He'll Run For Congress In 2020

Here's a fun couple of stories for a Friday. First, we have news that the FBI is actively investigating George Papadopoulis in spite of his earlier conviction and deal with Robert Mueller's office. Scott Stedman reports: Federal authorities out of...
Topics: FBI

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McCain Replacement Senator Jon Kyl Resigning at Year's End

Senator Jon Kyl announced his resignation Friday from the seat he was appointed to less than four months ago following the death of John McCain, giving Republican Arizona Govenor Doug Ducey a second opportunity to fill the slot. Kyl, 76, had said...

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Canada caught between two powers, feeling alone in the world

TORONTO — First U.S. President Donald Trump attacked Canada on trade. Then Saudi Arabia punished it for speaking up for human rights. Now China has the country in its cross-hairs, detaining two Canadians in apparent retaliation for the arrest of a...
Topics: Canada, Toronto, Donald Trump, Saudi Arabia, Human Rights, China

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Johnson & Johnson stock drops by billions after this damaging report went public

The stock market value for Johnson & Johnson dropped by 10 percent on Friday after a damaging report went public, causing the company to lose about $23 billion in value. The report from Reuters drew the scandalous conclusions based on a review of...
Topics: Reuters

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Kansas Supreme Court Says Cops Can Search A House Without A Warrant As Long As They Claim They...

The Kansas Supreme Court has just given cops a pass to treat residents' homes like cars on public roads. Being in a car greatly diminishes your Fourth Amendment protections and many a warrantless search has been salvaged by an officer (or a dog)...
Topics: Police

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EU Commission's Sefcovic Says Invited Russia, Ukraine for Gas Talks in Brussels

BRUSSELS (Sputnik) - Maros Sefcovic, the European Commission's Vice-President in charge of the Energy Union, said he had invited Moscow and Kiev to hold the next round of trilateral talks on gas transit from Russia to the European Union through...
Topics: Russia, Ukraine, Belgium, Brussels, Moscow, Kiev

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An Oxford debate illuminates the truths and tropes of terrorism

Countering terrorism requires both a long-term political strategy and a short-term military strategy to mitigate imminent threats. washingtonexaminer.com/blogs/beltway-confidential
Topics: Debate, Terrorism, Military

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Documents Reveal Reddit Co-Founder Aaron Swartz Was Caught Up in Warrantless FBI Data Collection...

Shocking new documents obtained by Property of the People reveal that Reddit co-founder and famed digital activist Aaron Swartz was caught up in warrantless FBI email data collection which would later be used against him in an unrelated...
Topics: Reddit, FBI, Activism

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Federal Judge Strikes Down Affordable Care Act As Unconstitutional

President Trump praised the ruling by a court in Texas as supporters of the ACA said they will appeal.(Image credit: Eric Gay/AP)

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'Mayhem' & 'Revolution' If Brexit Not Delivered - Yellow Vests UK Tell Sputnik

Yellow vest-wearing activists took to the streets of London on Friday, blocking traffic and chanting pro-Brexit slogans. They spoke to Sputnik about their mistrust in politicians and hopes for a clean exit from the European Union.
Topics: United Kingdom, Activism, London

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GOP Senator Cindy Hyde-Smith refuses to reimburse unhappy corporate donors after racist comments

Disgraced Mississippi Senator Cindy Hyde-Smith has failed to fully reimburse campaign donors who demanded a refund after she made lynching comments, reported the New York Times. While campaigning Hyde-Smith said, “If he invited me to a public...

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Black Friday Is Back For the Latest iPad: $249 For 32GB, or $329 for 128GB

Let’s face the facts; you don’t need the iPad Pro. The standard 2018 iPad is a terrific tablet for both consuming and creating media. (And it works with the Apple Pencil, the first non-Pro model to do so.)Read more...
Topics: Black Friday, Ipad, Tablets, Apple

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Stocks Plunge to 8-month Lows on Growth Fears; J&J Nosedives

Stocks staggered to eight-month lows Friday after weak economic data from China and Europe set off more worries about the global economy. Mounting tensions in Europe over Britain's impeding departure from the European Union also darkened traders'...
Topics: China

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Get ready for brands to be much more pushy on Instagram

Instagram is starting to look more and more like Facebook. The app is testing a new feature that would let brands add prominent buttons linking back to their business inside the app. The feature, which an Instagram spokesperson confirmed is being...
Topics: Instagram, Facebook, Social Media

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The Real War On Christmas

(John Hinderaker) Mark Steyn wrote on Wednesday about the terrorist attack on the Christmas market in Strasbourg: Yesterday, the usual “known wolf” – that’s to say, known to the highest levels of the French security apparatus...
Topics: Terrorism, Christmas

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Brazil Will Test a Government in Direct Connection with Voters

Jair Bolsonaro and his vice president-elect are retired military officers, and the president-elect will appoint seven other officers to the ministerial cabinet. Since he was elected president of Brazil, the far-right politician has shown his...
Topics: Brazil, Military

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Facebook open sources PyText NLP framework

Facebook AI Research is open sourcing some of the conversational AI tech it is using to power its Portal video chat display and M suggestions on Facebook Messenger. The company announced today that its PyTorch-based PyText NLP framework is now...
Topics: Facebook, Social Media, Facebook Messenger, Tech Videos

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