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The Strange Origins of Russia's AK-12 Super Rifle

Charlie Gao Rifles, World The entire AK-12 saga is a sign of how the Russian military’s arms procurement is highly resistant to change. Here's What You Need to Know: Perhaps in the eyes of the Russian military, the traditional Kalashnikov is...
Topics: Russia, Military

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Hunter Biden Uses Shady Art Dealer with Strong Ties to China to Sell His Garbage Artwork For Up to...

Tell us you’re laundering money without telling us you’re laundering money. Crackhead-turned international bagman-turned hipster artist Hunter Biden is working with a shady SoHo art deal with strong ties to China to hold an exhibition in...
Topics: Joe Biden, China

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Politico Fact Bombs New York Times Over Criticism Of Leak Prosecutor

Politico Fact Bombs New York Times Over Criticism Of Leak Prosecutor Authored by Jonathan Turley, The New York Times faced a stinging contradiction from Politico this week after it ran a story besmirching the lead prosecutor in the...

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iPad market share increased in Q1, with models at all price levels doing well

Market intelligence firm Counterpoint is out with its latest report on the global tablet market, which shows that the iPad market share increased in Q1, year-on-year. Apple had already enjoyed 33% more iPad sales in 2020 than in 2019, and the data...
Topics: Apple (AAPL)

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3 Goldman Sachs Mutual Funds for a Stable Portfolio

Want the latest recommendations from Zacks Investment Research? Today, you can download 7 Best Stocks for the Next 30 Days. Click to get this free report Get Your Free (GSMIX): Fund Analysis Report Get Your Free (GOIAX): Fund Analysis...
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Why Tesla's Restaurant Plan Is an Unprofitable Detour

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Topics: Tesla

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House Republicans who decry 'censorship' propose ban on flag-burning

After complaining about the censorship of ideas, six House Republicans want to amend the Constitution to do just that. Rep. Steve Womack (R-AR) opposes campaign finance reform, claiming it "infringes on free speech rights." But on Monday, he...
Topics: Censorship

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'Can you believe this?': Emails show how alarmed DOJ leaders were by Trump officials' obsession...

Trump's chief of staff Mark Meadows. Doug Mills/Getty Images Senior DOJ officials were deeply alarmed by top Trump officials' fixation on the election results. Trump chief of staff Mark Meadows repeatedly asked DOJ to investigate bogus...

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WTI Extends Gains After Biggest Crude Draw In 5 Months

WTI Extends Gains After Biggest Crude Draw In 5 Months Oil prices extended their recent (meteoric) rise with WTI topping $72 - 32 month highs - as investors weighed the outlook for rising demand (hopes on gasoline and aviation fuel use...

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Will the West Help Putin Annex Belarus?

Morgan Wirthlin Belarus, Additional sanctions following the Ryanair incident may be the final death blow to Belarus’ fragile economy. This in turn may lead Lukashenko to finally accept Putin’s demands for full integration. Western sanctions...
Topics: Vladimir Putin, Belarus

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Feds Investigating Suspected Chinese Spies' Return To US Ahead Of COVID Travel Ban

Feds Investigating Suspected Chinese Spies' Return To US Ahead Of COVID Travel Ban Authored by Joseph Simonson via the Washington Free Beacon (emphasis ours), Intelligence officials are investigating why suspected Chinese spies...

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Arab Countries Call on UNSC to Convene Meeting on Ethiopia’s Dam, Arab League Says

DOHA (Sputnik) - The Arab countries called on the United Nations Security Council to convene a special meeting to discuss the issues around the Renaissance Dam that is bring built by Ethiopia, Secretary-General of the League of Arab States (LAS),...
Topics: Ethiopia

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'Accidental': Indian Supreme Court Shuts 2012 Case on Italian Marines Killing Kerala Fishermen

In February 2012, two Italian marines were accused of killing two fishermen off the coast of India’s Kerala. At the time, the Kerala High Court ruled in favour of prosecuting the accused in the state but the Italian marines successfully challenged...
Topics: India

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AMC short sellers just lost $512 million in a single day as the stock spiked once again

Gary Hershorn/Getty Images Short-sellers betting against retail favorite AMC lost $512 million on Monday, according to Reuters citing data from Ortex. The loss is massive, but it doesn't come close to the $2.8 billion that short-sellers...
Topics: Reuters

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Britain's Submarines Are Ready To Start a Nuclear War At Any Moment

Kyle Mizokami Royal Navy Submarines, Europe, World The Royal Navy has an effective strategy to maintain deterrence at all times.  Here's What You Need to Remember:Under a program known as Continuous At Sea Deterrence (CASD) at least one submarine...

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If You’re Going to Get the Child Tax Credit, Make Sure You Spend It Right

Trevor Filseth Taxes, Americas These checks are tax-free and have been compared to a fourth stimulus payment reserved for families. Starting one month from today, on July 15, more than thirty-six million American families will receive the first...
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Albanian Labourer Who Had Been Using Fake Italian Identity Killed Boss And Fled UK, Murder Jury Told

On 17 April 2018, the body of John Woodward, a construction foreman, was found on the roof of a building in London’s Hatton Garden district. Paramedics who were unable to save his life initially thought Mr Woodward had died in a fall.
Topics: United Kingdom, London

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Israel Cancels Mandatory Indoor Masks

MOSCOW (Sputnik) - The Israeli Health Ministry on Tuesday said that it is cancelling the requirement to wear masks indoors as a preventative measure against the coronavirus.
Topics: Israel, Russia, Moscow

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How to change the time on your Fitbit

A Fitbit does lots of great things, but there's one simple feature you surely want to work correctly: the clock. Sometimes, however, the time on your Fitbit device might not be correct. Don't fret: There is a simple fix. Now, to be clear, you...

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Your 1958 Punch Card Machine Tested Tubes

We think of punched cards as old-fashioned, but still squarely part of the computer age. Turns out, cards were in use way before they got conscripted by computers. Jacquard looms are one famous example. The U.S. Census famously used punched cards...
Topics: Census

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How to Deactivate Facebook Messenger

Wondering how to deactivate Facebook Messenger but can’t find the option? You’re not alone. Facebook has made it somewhat difficult to disable Messenger without disabling other Facebook services first. Here’s how it works.Read This...
Topics: Facebook, Social Media, Facebook Messenger

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Pfizer studying vaccinated people who get infected for insights on boosters

Pfizer is studying the rare cases in which vaccinated people have gotten infected with the coronavirus in order to determine when booster shots might be needed.“We will be looking at real world data to help us understand when we might see...
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Up 50%, Is Wells Fargo Still a Bargain?

At the beginning of 2021, Fool.com contributor Matt Frankel, CFP, called Wells Fargo (NYSE: WFC) his best buy for the year on our Industry Focus podcast. Since then, shares are up more than 50%. In this Fool Live video clip, recorded on June 7,...
Topics: Wells Fargo, US Equity Markets, Podcasts, Business Videos

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Astronomers map motion in galaxies spanning hundreds of millions of light-years

A group of scientists comprised of astronomers from the Leibniz Institute for Astrophysics Potsdam (AIP), with help from scientists in China and Estonia, have mapped the motion of galaxies via huge filaments that connect the cosmic web. Researchers...
Topics: Space, Galaxies, Astrophysics

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Level Lock offers doors a more affordable secret smart lock upgrade

Super-surreptious smart lock company Level has revealed its third product, and the new Level Lock continues the tradition of hiding its connected security features. Unlike other smart locks, which typically have outsized control panels, battery...

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Wireless Printers and Other Myths

Boyfriend jeans for every body type, truly independent Roombas, and other stuff you’ll never find on Earth.
Topics: Printers, Roomba

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Can Vertex Pharmaceuticals Recover From Its Latest Setback?

Everyone who was already nervous about the road ahead of Vertex Pharmaceuticals (NASDAQ: VRTX) got another reason to worry recently. On Jun. 10, 2021, the company told investors its second attempt at treating a rare lung disease didn't perform much...
Topics: Vertex Pharmaceuticals, Nasdaq

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Zacks.com featured highlights include: JD.com, Autodesk, Shift4 Payments and Chindata Group

Want the latest recommendations from Zacks Investment Research? Today, you can download 7 Best Stocks for the Next 30 Days. Click to get this free report Autodesk, Inc. (ADSK): Free Stock Analysis Report JD.com, Inc. (JD): Free Stock...
Topics: Autodesk (business)

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Researchers Model Impact and Value of Establishing Blood Pressure Control Programs at Barbershops...

In a new paper published in the journal Circulation, researchers built a model to examine the potential impact of implementing similar blood pressure control programs at barbershops nationwide. Modeled off a 2018 randomized trial called the Los...
Topics: Medical Research, Blood Pressure

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Schumer Apologizes for ‘Retarded’ Comment

POLITICO (“Schumer apologizes after using outdated term for disabled children during housing interview“): Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer apologized on Monday for using an outmoded word to refer to developmentally disabled...
Topics: Senate

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Coffee is (Mostly) Healthy Again

Longtime NYT personal health columnist Jane E. Brody extols “The Health Benefits of Coffee.” They’re rather impressive. The latest assessments of the health effects of coffee and caffeine, its main active ingredient,...
Topics: Caffeine

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BBC Journalist Nicholas Watt Hounded & Harassed By Anti-Lockdown Protestors In “Horrifying”...

BBC reporter Nicholas Watt appears to have been hounded through the streets of London by a group of anti-lockdown protestors, in an incident that has been widely condemned by senior British journalists and lawmakers. In the video, which is...
Topics: BBC, World Videos, United Kingdom, London

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Ubrogepant Effective for Acute Migraine

Ubrogepant is effective for treating acute migraine even with preventive monoclonal antibody therapy, new research suggests. Medscape Medical News
Topics: Migraine, Medical Research

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