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Breitbart
ZUCKED UP: Why Silicon Valley is Scared to Death of Trump Part 1pro-business Donald Trump, and why is the California GOP establishment joining
ZUCKED UP: Why Silicon Valley is Scared to Death of Trump Part 1
Breitbart / Posted 2 days ago
pro-business Donald Trump, and why is the California GOP establishment joining in the scrum? Just follow the money. For years, President Obama and the comprehensive immigration reform crown has distracted the American public masterfully, getting... Read more
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Breitbart
Evidence In Child Porn Case Thrown Out Because FBI Won’t Disclose Hacking MethodsA particularly squeamish battle in the ongoing struggle between privacy and sec
Evidence In Child Porn Case Thrown Out Because FBI Won’t Disclose Hacking Methods
Breitbart / Posted 3 days ago
A particularly squeamish battle in the ongoing struggle between privacy and security comes from Washington State, where U.S. District Judge Robert J. Bryan has thrown out evidence in a child pornography case because the FBI will not divulge the... Read more
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National Catholic Reporter
Vatican bank supervisory members step down over management differencescompany and the investment bank Lazard Italy. Borsig served as chairman of the
Vatican bank supervisory members step down over management differences
National Catholic Reporter / Posted 3 days ago
company and the investment bank Lazard Italy. Borsig served as chairman of the supervisory board of Deutsche Bank for six years and has been a member of the boards of several companies, including Daimler and Bayer. The Italian and the German... Read more
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The Hill
EU lawmakers push for renegotiation of US data transfer dealworried that the current deal sets insufficient limits on the use of European c
EU lawmakers push for renegotiation of US data transfer deal
The Hill / Posted 4 days ago
worried that the current deal sets insufficient limits on the use of European citizens’ data by the U.S. government and that a future ombudsman the deal creates to monitor abuses wouldn’t be appropriately independent. The... Read more
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Agricultural Research Magazine
ARS :since its detection in 2002 in Detroit, Michigan, and Ontario, Canada. The cos
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Agricultural Research Magazine / Posted 5 days ago
since its detection in 2002 in Detroit, Michigan, and Ontario, Canada. The cost of EAB damage is staggering. According to U.S. Forest Service estimates, responses to EAB infestation between 2009 and 2019—including treatment, removal, and... Read more
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Computer World Australia
Criminal defendants demand to see FBI's secret hacking toolcode to the defendant. If the FBI shares the source code, its hacking tools ma
Criminal defendants demand to see FBI's secret hacking tool
Computer World Australia / Posted 8 days ago
code to the defendant. If the FBI shares the source code, its hacking tools may be compromised in future cases, but the U.S. Constitution's Sixth Amendment gives the defendant a right to confront his accusers and challenge their... Read more
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The Hill
House defense bill would elevate Cyber Commandhere to give you ... --MOVIN' ON UP: The defense authorization bill that clear
House defense bill would elevate Cyber Command
The Hill / Posted 11 days ago
here to give you ... --MOVIN' ON UP: The defense authorization bill that cleared the House on Wednesday would elevate the U.S. military's cyber unit to a standalone warfighting entity -- despite direct opposition from the White House. The House... Read more
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The Washington Times
TRAVEL EUROPE: Passion plays along the Danube Rivervessels in all) and the moment was kicked off with the crack of champagne deliv
TRAVEL EUROPE: Passion plays along the Danube River
The Washington Times / Posted 13 days ago
vessels in all) and the moment was kicked off with the crack of champagne delivered by Jill Ellis — the head coach of the U.S. Women’s National Soccer Team, at a docking site on the Danube in Linz, Austria. The new 443-foot, 166-passenger river... Read more
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Fortune
Congress is Working Hard to Ground NASA’s Mars MissionRecent years have seen a resurgence of interest in space exploration, in large
Congress is Working Hard to Ground NASA’s Mars Mission
Fortune / Posted 15 days ago
Recent years have seen a resurgence of interest in space exploration, in large part thanks to the idea of going to Mars. But a damning new report by Ars Technica reveals that legislators who don’t share that excitement have been working to defund... Read more
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Reuters
Argentine leader Fernandez indicted in central bank caseCristina Fernandez was indicted on Friday over accusations that she oversaw irr
Argentine leader Fernandez indicted in central bank case
Reuters / Posted 17 days ago
Cristina Fernandez was indicted on Friday over accusations that she oversaw irregularities in the central bank's sale of U.S. dollars in the futures market while she was in office. Federal Judge Claudio Bonadio charged Fernandez, her former... Read more
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PhysOrg
Two approaches to enhancing tomato flavorever wondered why some tomatoes can taste so bland might be interested in the w
Two approaches to enhancing tomato flavor
PhysOrg / Posted 17 days ago
ever wondered why some tomatoes can taste so bland might be interested in the work of two Agricultural Research Service (ARS) scientists in Fort Pierce, Florida. They are taking two different approaches to enhance tomato flavor. Jinhe Bai, an... Read more
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Agricultural Research Magazine
ARS :when cut up than will refrigerated tomatoes. Two Approaches to Enhancing Tomat
ARS :
Agricultural Research Magazine / Posted 18 days ago
when cut up than will refrigerated tomatoes. Two Approaches to Enhancing Tomato Flavor Two Agricultural Research Service (ARS) scientists in Fort Pierce, Florida, have taken different approaches to enhancing the flavor of tomatoes. ARS plant... Read more
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The Hill
Obama signs trade secrets billreportedly declined to say whether or not the investigation is "criminal" in na
Obama signs trade secrets bill
The Hill / Posted 19 days ago
reportedly declined to say whether or not the investigation is "criminal" in nature. The months-long federal probe appears to be entering its final stages, following reports in recent days that a number of Clinton allies have been interviewed.... Read more
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The Commercial Dispatch
West Point beekeeper gets honey of a deal from EMCCalive during transport. Craig includes a queen bee and about 10,000 worker bee
West Point beekeeper gets honey of a deal from EMCC
The Commercial Dispatch / Posted 21 days ago
alive during transport. Craig includes a queen bee and about 10,000 worker bees in each box, which is mailed through the U.S. Postal Service and sells for about $125. "I usually ship out three boxes at a time," Craig said. Craig and fellow... Read more
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TechCrunch
Uber appoints former EC VP Neelie Kroes to its public policy boardin the European Union’s executive body in November 2014, after serving a five y
Uber appoints former EC VP Neelie Kroes to its public policy board
TechCrunch / Posted 24 days ago
in the European Union’s executive body in November 2014, after serving a five year term in digital policy (and some ten years in all as a European Commissioner) — was a vocal supporter of Uber during her time in post. Prior to leaving office in... Read more
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Salon.com
America’s pill popping is making our fish anxious and possibly getting into our vegetablescrops. Researchers examined the urine again and found that the carbamazepine le
America’s pill popping is making our fish anxious and possibly getting into our vegetables
Salon.com / Posted 26 days ago
crops. Researchers examined the urine again and found that the carbamazepine levels had returned to baseline levels. But Ars Technica points out why these results still deserve further inquiry: While the amounts of the drug in produce-eater’s... Read more
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Agricultural Research Magazine
ARS :ARS molecular biologist James J. Giovannoni elected to the National Academy of
ARS :
Agricultural Research Magazine / Posted 26 days ago
ARS molecular biologist James J. Giovannoni elected to the National Academy of Sciences. ARS Molecular Biologist James Giovannoni Elected to National Academy of Sciences Agricultural Research Service (ARS) molecular biologist James J. Giovannoni is... Read more
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News-Medical-Net
Janssen gets positive CHMP opinion for IMBRUVICA (ibrutinib) to treat patients with previously untreated CLLtreatment-naïve CLL patient population was consistent with previously reported
Janssen gets positive CHMP opinion for IMBRUVICA (ibrutinib) to treat patients with previously untreated CLL
News-Medical-Net / Posted a month ago
treatment-naïve CLL patient population was consistent with previously reported studies.2 The most common adverse reactions (ARs) (≥20 percent) of any Grade in the RESONATE-2 trial for ibrutinib were diarrhoea (42 percent), fatigue (30 percent),... Read more
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The Hill
Overnight Cybersecurity: Fight over feds' hacking powers moves to Congresslocations or even when investigators don't know the physical location of a devi
Overnight Cybersecurity: Fight over feds' hacking powers moves to Congress
The Hill / Posted 1 months ago
locations or even when investigators don't know the physical location of a device. The DOJ, which has been working for years on getting the change, insists the revision to what's known as Rule 41 is a necessary update to match the realities of... Read more
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The Hill
Overnight Cybersecurity: DOJ hacking request moves to Congresslocations or even when investigators don’t know the physical location of a devi
Overnight Cybersecurity: DOJ hacking request moves to Congress
The Hill / Posted 1 months ago
locations or even when investigators don’t know the physical location of a device. The DOJ, which has been working for years on getting the change, insists the revision to what’s known as Rule 41 is a necessary update to match the realities of... Read more

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