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AOC’s Green New Deal would spike mining, leave us indebted to China, Russia

Every time you see congresswoman-elect Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez showing up in the news, she almost always begins preaching the “Green New Deal” that she spoke of endlessly on the campaign trail. Under this plan, we would supposedly move...
Topics: China, Russia

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‘We’re dying for this:’ Russian propaganda campaign targeted White Helmet rescue workers

Amid a flood of reports of Russian interference in US democracy and around the world, the investigative site Bellingcat issued a report Tuesday detailing the Kremlin’s disinformation campaign about the White Helmets, a rescue group operating...
Topics: Kremlin, Syria

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Trump is undermining the WTO, but he should be using it against China

The meeting between President Trump and Chinese President Xi Jinping during the G-20 summit meeting in Argentina failed to yield a new trade deal, it did, however, yield a 90-day truce. But Trump has already signaled that if there is no "real deal"...
Topics: China, Argentina

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China Will ‘Never Seek Hegemony,’ Xi Says in Reform Speech

BEIJING — China will never pursue hegemony, President Xi Jinping said Tuesday as global concerns persist over the country’s growing economic influence. During a speech to mark 40 years of market reforms, Xi repeated China’s commitment to a...
Topics: China, Beijing

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SHOW TRIAL DISGRACE: Judge Sullivan Suggests Mike Flynn Committed Treason? …For Turkish Lobbying...

Robert Mueller’s attorneys said today General Flynn is expected to testify in the EDVA Turkish lobbying case. Mueller prosecutor van Grack says Flynn played a cooperative role (and could have been indicted) in the case unsealed Monday against...

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Fox & Friends guest claims border wall in Israel stopped "rapes and murders" committed by "illegal...

STEVE DOOCY (CO-HOST): Mr. Mayor, one of the reasons we wanted to talk to you, David, was the fact that, here in this country, you know, we're all wondering whether or not the president's going to shut down the government on Friday if the Democrats...
Topics: Israel

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Tragedy at America's Southern Border

ACA found unconstitutional; Protests continue throughout Europe; Senate votes to end US role in Yemen War
Topics: Protests, Yemen

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A Temple of Canine Deity: A Haute Tourist Attraction in India

The spiritual facet of India never fails to surprise. While the country can boast of gods and goddesses dedicated to almost all forms of nature, it may sound weird to hear that it also has a temple dedicated to canine beings.
Topics: India

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Allegations of Physical and Sexual Child Abuse Point to UK Charities

Three of Britain's largest childcare charities have been accused of child abuse, with detectives investigating allegations that children were abused while in the care of Barnardo's, Quarriers, and the Aberlour Child Care Trust.
Topics: United Kingdom

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Winning Miss Universe is a big deal. In the poverty-stricken Philippines, it’s huge.

In a country obsessed with pageants, Catriona Gray’s Miss Universe win was met with widespread celebration, but it was also a reminder that gender equality is a long way off.
Topics: Philippines

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DHS Now Says 7-Year-Old Migrant Died of Septic Shock

    On Friday, I covered the story of a 7-year-old Guatemalan girl who passed away on December 8th after she and her father — along with 161 others from the Central American migrant caravan — were caught sneaking into New...

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UN Condemns N. Korea Rights Violations, Nuclear Spending

The U.N. General Assembly on Monday condemned North Korea's "systematic, widespread and gross violations of human rights" and its diversion of resources into pursing nuclear weapons and ballistic missiles over the welfare of its people.   It...
Topics: North Korea, Human Rights

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It's Time to End U.S. Support for the Saudi War on Yemen

Doug Bandow Yemen, Middle East America should seek a regional balance, not Saudi hegemony. Congress is seeking to trim presidential war powers in Yemen. Unfortunately, the Republican Party leadership continues to defend unrestrained executive...
Topics: Yemen

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‘Caption this’: Pogba deletes cryptic post after Mourinho axed

London (AFP) – Manchester United midfielder Paul Pogba quickly deleted a controversial social media post of him smiling after manager Jose Mourinho was sacked by the club on Tuesday. Mourinho was dismissed on Tuesday after United’s worst...
Topics: Jose Mourinho, United Kingdom, London, Social Media

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Sweden Faces Brain Drain, Entrepreneur Exodus - Researcher Warns

Sky-high taxes, pessimistic outlook, political insecurity and boundless immigration - these are the reasons that may spur many Swedish high earners and captains of industry into leaving for other countries, according to economist Tino Sanandaji, who...
Topics: Sweden, Taxes

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EU Officials, Firms Meet African Leaders to Talk Investment

European officials and companies met with African leaders in Vienna Tuesday for talks intended as a springboard to increase investment in Africa. Austrian Chancellor Sebastian Kurz, whose country currently holds the rotating presidency of the...
Topics: Austria, Vienna

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Metropolitan Police Testing Facial-Recognition Technology In Central London

China is far and away the world leader when it comes to deploying facial recognition technology to maintain law and order (and, of course, the Communist Party's iron grip on the levers of power). But it looks like the UK is making some important...
Topics: Police, United Kingdom, London, China

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Wife of charged Green Beret hopes for pardon

Former Green Beret Matthew Golsteyn is accused of murdering a suspected Taliban bomb maker in Afghanistan and could face the death penalty if convicted. Now the case has gotten the attention of the president. CBS News national security correspondent...
Topics: Taliban, Afghanistan

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Bonne année, Google, Facebook! France to tax tech giants from 1 Jan

Nation becomes the latest to go it alone as EU talks stall France will start levying charges on tech giants from 1 January 2019, making it the latest nation to go it alone on a digital sales tax.…
Topics: Google, Social Media, Facebook, France, Taxes

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Marc Lamont Hill Speaks Out After CNN Fires Him for Pro-Palestine Speech at U.N.

Less than a month after CNN fired Temple University professor Marc Lamont Hill for giving a speech at the United Nations supporting Palestinian rights, we speak with him about the international attention his comments have received, academic freedom...
Topics: CNN, Palestine

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