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Trump tees up impeachment defense with stream of insults at AOC and Democrats

Liddle, lyin’, nervous and dumb as a rock.President Donald Trump set the stage for his impeachment defense with a stream of insults aimed at Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and other top Democrats.“Our … Read More
Topics: Donald Trump

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General: US Committed to Syria Fight; Missions up Against IS

U.S. troops at military outposts in eastern Syria asked variations of the same question to their top commander Saturday: What is our future here? What are the goals we need to think about?   Gen. Frank McKenzie, the U.S Middle East commander,...
Topics: Syria, Military

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Japan will evacuate nationals from China virus city: Prime Minister Abe

Japan will evacuate all its nationals from China’s quarantined city of Wuhan, the epicentre of a deadly virus, Prime Minister Shinzo Abe said Sunday. “We have decided to send back all (Japanese citizens in Wuhan) to Japan if they wish...
Topics: Japan, China

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New phone leak roundup: Samsung Galaxy S20, Huawei P40. OnePlus 8 Pro [January 18 — 24]

Images, renders and videos of upcoming smartphones are constantly getting leaked.Top brands like Huawei, Samsung, Google and Apple tend to get leaked the most with Google’s smartphones sometimes being nearly completely revealed months in...
Topics: Mobile Technology, Samsung, Huawei, Tech Videos, Google, Apple

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Why I (Still) Don't Want to Own Starbucks Stock...and You Shouldn't Either

Before we dive into all the reasons why I think you should stay away from Starbucks (NASDAQ: SBUX) stock, here's a strong disclaimer: I wrote an article saying the same thing two years ago. Since then, Starbucks shares have returned 52% for...
Topics: Starbucks, Nasdaq, US Equity Markets

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Debate Over Freedom of Speech in France as Girl Faces Threats for Branding Islam ‘Religion of...

The new hashtag #jesuismila is trending on Twitter as netizens have stood up for 16-year-old Mila from eastern France, bullied online for lambasting Islam as a religion of hate on her social media. The scandal has brought back memories of the...
Topics: Debate, France, Religion, Social Media

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Lamar Alexander, Set to Leave Office, Is G.O.P. Wild Card on Witnesses

The Tennessee Republican was a protege of Senator Howard H. Baker Jr., another Republican from Tennessee, who turned against Richard Nixon. Now Mr. Alexander may hold the fate of President Trump in his hands.

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Android users might finally be closer to getting an AirDrop-like feature

While it's taken a very long time, Google might finally release its own version of Apple's Airdrop soon. Called Nearby Sharing, the feature will allow users to quickly send and receive content between devices with the tap of a "Share" button, XDA...
Topics: Android, Mobile Technology, Google, Apple

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Iraqi Protest Camps Burned and Broken, but Not Beaten

As Baghdad darkened Friday evening, teenage boys carrying shields made of barrels cut in half charged into a growing crowd. Riot police were moving forward across a bridge, pushing back protesters with gunfire and tear gas. Smoke from burning...
Topics: Protests, Iraq, Baghdad, Police

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Vertex's $950 Million Bet That Could Pay Off Big-Time for Investors

If you're familiar with Vertex Pharmaceuticals (NASDAQ: VRTX), probably the first thing that comes to mind when you think about the big biotech is cystic fibrosis (CF). That's understandable, considering Vertex's tremendous success so far has been...
Topics: Vertex Pharmaceuticals, Nasdaq, US Equity Markets

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Wuhan motorists defy virus threat to help neighbors

Citizens of China’s virus-stricken city of Wuhan have been told to stay indoors, avoid strangers and keep their cars off the road, but locals like Zhang Lin are refusing to sit by and watch their hometown suffer. Defying the threat from a...
Topics: China

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Why Did Iran Finally Tell the Truth About Accidentally Shooting Down Flight 752?

Stratfor Worldview Politics, Middle East Tehran was under a lot of pressure. After three days of denial, it was a stunning about-face. On Jan. 11, Iran's Armed Forces General Staff admitted that one of its surface-to-air missile systems had shot...
Topics: Iran, Tehran, United Kingdom

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USDA's Rollback of School Lunch Reforms Won't Accomplish Anything

Last week the USDA announced plans to further loosen school-lunch reforms implemented under the Obama administration. The Trump administration announced the proposed changes to rules adopted under the Healthy, Hunger-Free Kids Act, which were...
Topics: Barack Obama

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Mike Pompeo fires back at 'shameful' NPR reporter who claims he berated her in private

Secretary of State Mike Pompeo blasted an NPR reporter Saturday who accused him of screaming and cursing at her in private following a tense interview about Ukraine.NPR reporter Mary Louise Kelly alleged Friday that after Pompeo abruptly ended a...
Topics: Mike Pompeo, Ukraine

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Bonus Quote of the Day

“Oh jeez. No one’s watching!” — Sen. Mitt Romney (R-UT), quoted CNN, when told there would be six more hours of House manager arguments in President Trump’s impeachment trial.
Topics: Mitt Romney, CNN

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Palestine and the Oppression of the Map

( Al-Shabaka) – The practice of mapping in Palestine-Israel has long been an exercise in power, imperialism, and dispossession. From the British Mandate to the present day, Zionist (later Israeli) cartographers have used maps to obfuscate and...
Topics: Palestine, Israel

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Scraping the Web Is a Powerful Tool. Clearview AI Abused It

The facial recognition startup claims it collected billions of photos from sites like Facebook and Twitter. What does the practice mean for the open web?
Topics: Startup, Tech Photos, Facebook, Social Media, Twitter

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