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New study shows 25% of millennials say they have PTSD from the 2016 election

Researchers surveyed Arizona State University students around the time of President Donald Trump's inauguration in 2017, and some had stress scores on par with that of school shooting witnesses' seven-month follow-ups.

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Literally Standing at a Weapons Show in Paris, France's Macron Says Questions About Arms Sales to Saudis Are Off Topic

"This has nothing to do with what we're talking about. Nothing. So I won't answer that question. I'm sorry but as long as I'll be in office this is how it will be, whether people like it or not."

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TEXAS NUCLEAR WEAPONS FACILITY PANTEX ACTIVATES EMERGENCY RESPONSE TEAM BECAUSE OF 'UNEXPECTED EVENT'

A nuclear weapons plant in Texas called in an emergency response team on Tuesday to deal with an "unexpected event," reported local outlet KAMR/KCIT.

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Saudi Arabia clinches $50bn in deals at ‘Davos in the desert’ forum despite Khashoggi crisis

The death of journalist Jamal Khashoggi at the Saudi Consulate in Istanbul hasn’t hindered the kingdom in signing $50 billion worth of contracts at an investment conference in Riyadh on Tuesday.

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Michael Moore's Dumbed-Down America

Michael Moore had epiphany while on the road to Rome.

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The Swedish Are Micro-chipping Themselves By The Thousands

Thousands of people in Sweden are microchipping themselves in an effort to speed up their day. The Swedish are inserting microchips under the skin in their hands to make their daily lives easier.

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Here’s The Pentagon’s Initial Plan For Creating a Space Force

arts of the Air Force, Navy and Army would move into a sixth branch, but the NRO will likely remain independent.

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Appeals Court: Police can violate our rights without fear of being sued

For those of you that claim we don't live in a police state, I give you this recent Michigan Appeals Court ruling. In 2015, Deputy James Dawson went to Joshua Brennan's home and knocked on his door trying to obtain a breath sample. When Brennan did not answer, Dawson spent an hour and a half knocking at his doors and windows.

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High School Math Scores in Freefall

The creators of the ACT test announced on Wednesday that scores for the class of 2018 are the worst reported in decades. Math scores, in fact, are in freefall among ACT-tested U.S. high school graduates, falling to their lowest mark in 14 years, according to The Condition of College and Career Readiness 2018, the ACT’s annual report.

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From Earthquake-Sensing To Sex-Simulation - Microchip-Implanted Biohacking Has Gone Wild

The human augmentation market could increase tenfold, to $2.3 billion, in seven years. Biohacking advocates say 100,000 people around the world have already been transformed into human cyborgs, which means they have microchip implants in their bodies to open doors, store passwords, hold personal data, and or even for simulation sex. 

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Judge Upholds Landmark Monsanto Verdict, But Slashes Punitive Damages by $211 Million

A judge in California on Monday upheld a landmark verdict in a case brought by a terminal cancer patient who successfully argued his illness resulted from his exposure to Monsanto's weedkiller RoundUp, but slashed the damages the agrochemical giant was originally required to pay from $289 million down to just $78 million and said she would order a retrial if former groundskeeper Dewayne "Lee" Johnson rejects the payout.

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Paid Protest Firm "Crowds On Demand" Sued In $23 Million Extortion Plot

"Paid protesters are real," writes the Los Angeles Times, after a lawsuit filed by a Czech investor against a business rival spotlighted the seedy, and very real business of people hired to express fake outrage, support, and everything in between. According to a lawsuit filed by investor Zdenek Bakala, Prague-based investment manager Pavol Krupa hired Beverly hills company Crowds on Demand (COD) to stage a protest near Bakala's home in Hilton Head, SC.

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Khashoggi’s body parts found in garden of Saudi consul general’s home – Sky News source

Body parts belonging to murdered journalist Jamal Khashoggi have been found, according to Sky News sources, who added that he had been “cut up” and his face “disfigured.” The sources’ claim echoes a statement by Doğu Perinçek, leader of the left-wing Vatan party on Monday night. Perinçek told Turkish television that Khashoggi’s “body parts” had been recovered from a well in the Saudi consul’s garden, and added that President Recep Tayyip Erdogan would explain the findings later on Tuesday.

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Explosive Device Mailed To Liberal Philanthropist George Soros' New York Home

An explosive device was found at the Westchester County, New York, home of billionaire philanthropist George Soros on Monday afternoon. In a statement to NPR, the Bedford Police Department said an employee of the house found a suspicious package in the mailbox. They opened it, revealing what "appeared to be an explosive device." The employee placed the package in a nearby wooded area and alerted authorities.

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Microplastics Detected in Human Stool Samples for First Time

Humanity has created more than 9 billion tons of plastic since the 1950s, when large-scale production of the material first took off. Of that total, a staggering 76 percent has gone to waste. These days, plastics are found in most table salt, marine life and the deepest parts of the ocean. So it any surprise that they have made it into our bodies, too? A small study has detected microplastics in human excrement for the first time, raising larger questions about how the tiny particles can affect our health.

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U.S. Media Refuses to Inform the Public When Its Commentators and Pundits are Paid Foreign Agents

Much of the American public despises mainstream corporate media, but rather than engage in some self-reflection and admit failure they just complain about Trump. It’s critical we recognize that mass media in the U.S. is very much part of the very same discredited establishment it’s supposed to report on, thus its response to justified criticism is likewise establishment-esque. Blame the readers, blame Trump, blame anyone but themselves.

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THE IMPORTANCE OF ALTERNATIVE MEDIA

The superficiality of today’s television

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Saudis reportedly scrap coverup plan because Khashoggi 'body double' wore the wrong shoes

An alleged Saudi plot to cover up the killing of dissident journalist Jamal Khashoggi went awry after a suspected Khashoggi "body double" wore the wrong shoes, a diplomat familiar with the matter told The Washington Post, according to an article published Monday.

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World famous Dead Sea Scrolls at Museum of the Bible 'are fake'

Five of the most valuable exhibits at the Museum of the Bible in Washington DChave been found to be fake. The artefacts, thought to be part of the historic Dead Sea Scrolls, will no longer be displayed.

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