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Countries Around The World Are Trying To Reduce Cryptocurrency Access

Cryptocurrency use is growing tremendously around the world. Although Bitcoin gets most of the press, there are a wide range of virtual currencies that are now being bought and sold on a regular basis. Cryptocurrencies offer their users something that traditional transactions do not: privacy. For example, when a user …

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New York Times propaganda: Hillary’s white pantsuit displays ‘empowerment’ but Tulsi’s says ‘fringe cult leader’

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The New York Times has been accused of peddling ridiculous and shamelessly biased punditry, after the Gray Lady took aim at presidential candidate Tulsi Gabbard’s white pantsuit but ended up red-faced. Style writer Vanessa Friedman argued that the Hawaii congresswoman’s wardrobe made her look like a “cult leader” full of “combative righteousness.” The terrifying …

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8 factors to consider while choosing a driving school

Driving is a serious activity that requires adequate preparation and practice. Without proper guidance, a new driver is at risk of making the wrong decisions on the road, failing a road test, or worse, hurting themselves, passengers and pedestrians. There are a number of reliable and well-known driving schools in …

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CNN collapses to #13 in cable ratings

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CNN has fallen to #13 in cable TV rankings, according to weekly numbers posted on Thursday by TV Newser. The ratings slide comes as the network has come under heavy scrutiny for a variety of journalistic missteps, including the retraction of an article alleging that a Trump associate had illicit …

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7 Tips For Managing Remote Employees

The advancements in technology and evolving workplace policies have granted employees more flexibility in the name of remote working. With remote working, you can have employees working in different cities, states, or even continents. While having remote employees presents numerous advantages to the day-to-day running of your business, it also …

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Israeli PM Benjamin Netanyahu to be investigated over bribery and fraud

Israeli PM Benjamin Netanyahu bribery fraud investigation

Israeli online news agency Times of Israel reported a months-long inquiry into Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s affairs has taken a new twist on Monday, with police reportedly convinced that they will be able to open a full-blown criminal investigation against him in a matter of days. Israel’s Channel 2 reported police recently …

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CIA caught lying: leaked DNC emails came from whistleblower, not Russian hackers – Julian Assange

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The DNC and Podesta emails published by WikiLeaks came from a “disgusted” whistleblower, not from hackers, the whistleblower site’s associate Craig Murray said, as US intelligence veterans question Washington’s version, which blames a Russian cyberattack. “Neither of [the leaks] came from the Russians,” Murray, a former British ambassador to Uzbekistan …

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Syria elects parliament, US dismisses democracy and demands control

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As a new round of Syria peace talks kicks off in Geneva, Syrians in government-controlled areas head to polling stations to elect a new parliament. Washington has dismissed the poll out of hand saying it doesn’t reflect “the will of the people.” The High Judicial Committee for Elections in Syria …

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JP Morgan’s databases hacked, financial system vulnerable

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From Filip Karinja, for Birch Gold Group Three people have been charged this week in connection to “the largest theft of customer data from a U.S. financial institution in history.” Those are the words of Preet Bharara, the U.S. Attorney involved in the case involving a major cyber hack on JP Morgan in …

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Is the CIA running opium trade out of Afghanistan?

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Despite billions spent to eradicate opium crops in Afghanistan, the crop is more popular than ever there, leading many to wonder whether some U.S. forces may actually be encouraging its growth and the heroin it later becomes. In July, the Centers for Disease Control warned of record-breaking numbers of heroin deaths …

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