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Los Angeles Times
Power lines and electrical equipment are a leading cause of California wildfiresThe deadliest wildfires in state history have raised questions about whether a
Los Angeles Times / Posted 15 hours ago
The deadliest wildfires in state history have raised questions about whether a repeat culprit might again be to blame for starting or spreading at least some of the Northern California blazes: utility companies and their equipment. The explosive... Read more
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Swissinfo
The legal difficulties of online expression in SwitzerlandOct 17, 2017 - 10:45 Drawing the line between freedom of expression and discrim
Swissinfo / Posted 16 hours ago
Oct 17, 2017 - 10:45 Drawing the line between freedom of expression and discrimination was difficult enough in the pre-Internet era. Social media and instant communication have made it a nuanced minefield, as a case in Switzerland shows. Last... Read more
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Canberra Times
'Home is not what it used to be': Michael Pezzullo justifies new security super-ministry in colourful speechand apparent to people," Mr Pezzullo said. He pointed to the so-called "dark we
Canberra Times / Posted 18 hours ago
and apparent to people," Mr Pezzullo said. He pointed to the so-called "dark web", a largely untraceable part of the internet, where markets for hacking, money laundering and hired hit men thrived. "This is no laughing matter," he said.... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Special Report - How a Nigerian Law Is Suppressing Citizens' Freedom On the InternetIroegbu, 39, works full-time as the editor of Abia Facts Newspaper, a small-sca
AllAfrica.com / Posted 19 hours ago
Iroegbu, 39, works full-time as the editor of Abia Facts Newspaper, a small-scale platform with a primary focus on Abia State. Although he's based in Uyo, the capital of neighbouring Akwa Ibom State, Mr. Iroegbu spends his typical workday... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
Michael Pezzullo justifies new security super-ministry in colourful speechand apparent to people," Mr Pezzullo said. He pointed to the so-called "dark we
Northern Daily Leader / Posted yesterday
and apparent to people," Mr Pezzullo said. He pointed to the so-called "dark web", a largely untraceable part of the internet, where markets for hacking, money laundering and hired hit men thrived. "This is no laughing matter," he said.... Read more
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Western Advocate
Michael Pezzullo justifies new security super-ministry in colourful speechand apparent to people," Mr Pezzullo said. He pointed to the so-called "dark we
Western Advocate / Posted yesterday
and apparent to people," Mr Pezzullo said. He pointed to the so-called "dark web", a largely untraceable part of the internet, where markets for hacking, money laundering and hired hit men thrived. "This is no laughing matter," he said.... Read more
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Manning River Times
Michael Pezzullo justifies new security super-ministry in colourful speechand apparent to people," Mr Pezzullo said. He pointed to the so-called "dark we
Manning River Times / Posted yesterday
and apparent to people," Mr Pezzullo said. He pointed to the so-called "dark web", a largely untraceable part of the internet, where markets for hacking, money laundering and hired hit men thrived. "This is no laughing matter," he said.... Read more
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The North West Star
Michael Pezzullo justifies new security super-ministry in colourful speechand apparent to people," Mr Pezzullo said. He pointed to the so-called "dark we
The North West Star / Posted yesterday
and apparent to people," Mr Pezzullo said. He pointed to the so-called "dark web", a largely untraceable part of the internet, where markets for hacking, money laundering and hired hit men thrived. "This is no laughing matter," he said.... Read more
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Daily Liberal
Michael Pezzullo justifies new security super-ministry in colourful speechand apparent to people," Mr Pezzullo said. He pointed to the so-called "dark we
Daily Liberal / Posted yesterday
and apparent to people," Mr Pezzullo said. He pointed to the so-called "dark web", a largely untraceable part of the internet, where markets for hacking, money laundering and hired hit men thrived. "This is no laughing matter," he said.... Read more
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The Border Mail
Michael Pezzullo justifies new security super-ministry in colourful speechand apparent to people," Mr Pezzullo said. He pointed to the so-called "dark we
The Border Mail / Posted yesterday
and apparent to people," Mr Pezzullo said. He pointed to the so-called "dark web", a largely untraceable part of the internet, where markets for hacking, money laundering and hired hit men thrived. "This is no laughing matter," he said.... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
Michael Pezzullo justifies new security super-ministry in colourful speechand apparent to people," Mr Pezzullo said. He pointed to the so-called "dark we
Illawarra Mercury / Posted yesterday
and apparent to people," Mr Pezzullo said. He pointed to the so-called "dark web", a largely untraceable part of the internet, where markets for hacking, money laundering and hired hit men thrived. "This is no laughing matter," he said.... Read more
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The Courier
Michael Pezzullo justifies new security super-ministry in colourful speechand apparent to people," Mr Pezzullo said. He pointed to the so-called "dark we
The Courier / Posted yesterday
and apparent to people," Mr Pezzullo said. He pointed to the so-called "dark web", a largely untraceable part of the internet, where markets for hacking, money laundering and hired hit men thrived. "This is no laughing matter," he said.... Read more
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The Age
'Home is not what it used to be': Michael Pezzullo justifies new security super-ministry in colourful speechand apparent to people," Mr Pezzullo said. He pointed to the so-called "dark we
The Age / Posted yesterday
and apparent to people," Mr Pezzullo said. He pointed to the so-called "dark web", a largely untraceable part of the internet, where markets for hacking, money laundering and hired hit men thrived. "This is no laughing matter," he said.... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
'Home is not what it used to be': Michael Pezzullo justifies new security super-ministry in colourful speechand apparent to people," Mr Pezzullo said. He pointed to the so-called "dark we
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted yesterday
and apparent to people," Mr Pezzullo said. He pointed to the so-called "dark web", a largely untraceable part of the internet, where markets for hacking, money laundering and hired hit men thrived. "This is no laughing matter," he said.... Read more
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The Mercury News
Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey’s tweetstorm; PG&E under pressure; slam dunk at Apple Park?Harvey Weinstein. McGowan claims that Weinstein sexually assaulted her several
The Mercury News / Posted yesterday
Harvey Weinstein. McGowan claims that Weinstein sexually assaulted her several years ago. McGowan’s account was reinstated. In his tweetstorm, Dorsey said McGowan’s account had been suspended because one of her tweets included a person’s... Read more
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Brainerd Dispatch
How drug companies triumphed over the DEA in 2016 and kept opioids...and the Justice Department have declined to discuss how the bill came to pass.
Brainerd Dispatch / Posted yesterday
and the Justice Department have declined to discuss how the bill came to pass. Michael Botticelli, who led the White House Office of National Drug Control Policy at the time, said neither Justice nor the DEA objected to the bill, removing a major... Read more
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The Daily Sentinel
October 16, 2017tax pledged to a debt service that no longer exists. Any voter can Google page
The Daily Sentinel / Posted yesterday
tax pledged to a debt service that no longer exists. Any voter can Google page 135 of Mesa County’s 2016 CAFR (financial statements) and see that our county collected $19,269,268 in 2016 sales taxes for a debt that hasn’t existed since 2011. So... Read more
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WBOC Salisbury
Two Cape Henlopen School District Buses Vandalized, Del.- Delaware State Police say an investigation is underway after two school
WBOC Salisbury / Posted yesterday
, Del.- Delaware State Police say an investigation is underway after two school buses parked near Cape Henlopen High School were vandalized along with several other vehicles and buildings in the Lewes area. Police said the incidents may have... Read more
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The Mercury News
How the drug industry got the best of the DEAand the Justice Department have declined to discuss how the bill came to pass.
The Mercury News / Posted yesterday
and the Justice Department have declined to discuss how the bill came to pass. Michael Botticelli, who led the White House Office of National Drug Control Policy at the time, said neither Justice nor the DEA objected to the bill, removing a major... Read more
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San Francisco Chronicle
The drug industry's triumph over the DEAand the Justice Department have declined to discuss how the bill came to pass.
San Francisco Chronicle / Posted yesterday
and the Justice Department have declined to discuss how the bill came to pass. Michael Botticelli, who led the White House Office of National Drug Control Policy at the time, said neither Justice nor the DEA objected to the bill, removing a major... Read more
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Philly.com
How the drug industry derailed the DEA's war on painkillersand the Justice Department have declined to discuss how the bill came to pass.
Philly.com / Posted yesterday
and the Justice Department have declined to discuss how the bill came to pass. Michael Botticelli, who led the White House Office of National Drug Control Policy at the time, said neither Justice nor the DEA objected to the bill, removing a major... Read more
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The Tampa Tribune
The drug industry's triumph over the DEAand the Justice Department have declined to discuss how the bill came to pass.
The Tampa Tribune / Posted yesterday
and the Justice Department have declined to discuss how the bill came to pass. Michael Botticelli, who led the White House Office of National Drug Control Policy at the time, said neither Justice nor the DEA objected to the bill, removing a major... Read more
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Chicago Tribune
Decade after Mooseheart's memorable football season, lessons 'in game of life' remainmost enthusiastic players and went on to play every year until he graduated in
Chicago Tribune / Posted yesterday
most enthusiastic players and went on to play every year until he graduated in 2011. After that, he returned to his home state of Florida where he attended community college and worked for a city public works department, building fences and... Read more
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Zero Hedge
The Legacy Of Reagan's Civilian 'PsyOps'library show how the U.S. government enlisted civilian agencies in psychologica
Zero Hedge / Posted yesterday
library show how the U.S. government enlisted civilian agencies in psychological operations designed to exploit information as a way to manipulate the behavior of targeted foreign audiences and, at least indirectly, American... Read more
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BBC News
Wikileaks cables: Key issuesUS Adm James Stavridis, Nato's top commander in Europe, proposed drawing up def
BBC News / Posted 2 days ago
US Adm James Stavridis, Nato's top commander in Europe, proposed drawing up defence plans for the three ex-Soviet Baltic states - Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania - against Russian threats, according to a cable signed by US Secretary of State... Read more
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Bulatlat.com
License to chillurge to penalize its disseminators. That’s what last week’s hearings on the su
Bulatlat.com / Posted 2 days ago
urge to penalize its disseminators. That’s what last week’s hearings on the subject led by the Senate Committee on Public Information and Mass Media chaired by Senator Grace Poe suggests, among other equally troublesome implications on press... Read more
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Daily Mail
Cold calling convicts: How prison inmates sell insurance from jailhouseholders from jail. The inmates of some of the country’s toughest prisons
Daily Mail / Posted 2 days ago
householders from jail. The inmates of some of the country’s toughest prisons are being trusted to harvest sensitive information – sometimes involving financial affairs. They are picking up £3.40 a day to call potential customers for... Read more
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The Washington Times
Women’s draft, military millennials on commission’s agendamass call-up of basic combat troops. Among the first to be drafted in a war mig
The Washington Times / Posted 2 days ago
mass call-up of basic combat troops. Among the first to be drafted in a war might be doctors, dentists, mathematicians and internet wizards. They would be picked without regard to sex or age. The Pentagon currently does not envision a need for... Read more
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The Register Citizen
The drug industry's triumph over the DEAand the Justice Department have declined to discuss how the bill came to pass.
The Register Citizen / Posted 2 days ago
and the Justice Department have declined to discuss how the bill came to pass. Michael Botticelli, who led the White House Office of National Drug Control Policy at the time, said neither Justice nor the DEA objected to the bill, removing a major... Read more
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Dover Post
POLICE ROUNDUP: Oct. 9 through Oct. 15as Bubba’s. Police went to the site after receiving reports about five to six
Dover Post / Posted 2 days ago
as Bubba’s. Police went to the site after receiving reports about five to six shots having been fired in the parking lot. Offices could not determine the exact scene of the shooting but learned shortly afterward two men had been taken to Bayhealth... Read more
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Smyrna Clayton Sun Times
POLICE ROUNDUP: Oct. 9 through Oct. 15as Bubba’s. Police went to the site after receiving reports about five to six
Smyrna Clayton Sun Times / Posted 2 days ago
as Bubba’s. Police went to the site after receiving reports about five to six shots having been fired in the parking lot. Offices could not determine the exact scene of the shooting but learned shortly afterward two men had been taken to Bayhealth... Read more
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The Middletown Press
In Cambodia, Asia's longest-serving strongman shows power of China's cashoutlets closed down due to government pressure. And a pro-democracy non-profit
The Middletown Press / Posted 2 days ago
outlets closed down due to government pressure. And a pro-democracy non-profit group chaired by former U.S. Secretary of State Madeleine Albright was expelled from the country. Less than two weeks later, Mu Sochua fled Cambodia over fears of... Read more
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Business Insider
The United States has already lost a major battle in the information wardid the rest. And lo and behold on Nov. 8, 2016, the unthinkable occurred: Dona
Business Insider / Posted 3 days ago
did the rest. And lo and behold on Nov. 8, 2016, the unthinkable occurred: Donald Trump was elected president of the United States. The broad outlines of this story have been known for a while — at least since the release at the beginning of this... Read more
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Daily Mail
Boy, 11, still not told of mother's road sign deathtake me time to get him out of some orphanage.' Palagushkin said he had met wi
Daily Mail / Posted 3 days ago
take me time to get him out of some orphanage.' Palagushkin said he had met with his ex-wife, who reportedly worked as an estate agent in Cannes, France, in Europe. Other stories claim she assisted with visa access for Russians. Natalia's... Read more
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ABC 7 Gulfshore News
1/3 of Floridians fall victim to identity thefttax refund theft are the top three crimes identity thieves commit. To catch th
ABC 7 Gulfshore News / Posted 4 days ago
tax refund theft are the top three crimes identity thieves commit. To catch these criminals, Charlotte County Sheriff's Office Economic Crimes Sgt. Dianne Young said she "follows the money trail" from her computer. "Really, we're looking for... Read more
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NBC 2 Fort Myers
1/3 of Floridians fall victim to identity thefttax refund theft are the top three crimes identity thieves commit. To catch th
NBC 2 Fort Myers / Posted 4 days ago
tax refund theft are the top three crimes identity thieves commit. To catch these criminals, Charlotte County Sheriff's Office Economic Crimes Sgt. Dianne Young said she "follows the money trail" from her computer. "Really, we're looking for... Read more
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CBS 6 Richmond
Puerto Ricans scramble for food and waterincrease in those without power to a failure in the “central system” without el
CBS 6 Richmond / Posted 4 days ago
increase in those without power to a failure in the “central system” without elaborating on what that means. There is no Internet, no way to get cell phones working, and limited ways to communicate or get information. More than 1.2 million... Read more
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Marin Independent Journal
People need access to mental health helpI absorbed the details. My 20-year-old son called in tears; he had two friends
Marin Independent Journal / Posted 4 days ago
I absorbed the details. My 20-year-old son called in tears; he had two friends who were injured during the melee. At the office, I found clients dealing with sorrow, shock and grief and helped them process their pain. Some were directly affected... Read more
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KTXS Abilene
Puerto Ricans scramble for food and water 3 weeks after MariaElectric Power Authority, or PREPA, attributed the drop of those with power to
KTXS Abilene / Posted 4 days ago
Electric Power Authority, or PREPA, attributed the drop of those with power to a failure in the central system. There is no Internet, no way to get cell phones working, and limited ways to communicate or get information. More than 1.2 million... Read more
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News Channel 12 New Bern
Puerto Ricans scramble for food and water 3 weeks after MariaElectric Power Authority, or PREPA, attributed the drop of those with power to
News Channel 12 New Bern / Posted 4 days ago
Electric Power Authority, or PREPA, attributed the drop of those with power to a failure in the central system. There is no Internet, no way to get cell phones working, and limited ways to communicate or get information. More than 1.2 million... Read more
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News 8000
Puerto Ricans scramble for food and water 3 weeks after Mariawith no cell phone service and roads blocked. Eighty-three percent of Puerto R
News 8000 / Posted 4 days ago
with no cell phone service and roads blocked. Eighty-three percent of Puerto Ricans are without power. That means no Internet, no way to get cell phones working, and limited ways to communicate or get information. More than 1.2 million... Read more
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KECI Missoula
Puerto Ricans scramble for food and water 3 weeks after Mariawith no cell phone service and roads blocked. Eighty-three percent of Puerto R
KECI Missoula / Posted 4 days ago
with no cell phone service and roads blocked. Eighty-three percent of Puerto Ricans are without power. That means no Internet, no way to get cell phones working, and limited ways to communicate or get information. More than 1.2 million... Read more
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KEYT 3 Santa Barbara
Puerto Ricans scramble for food and water 3 weeks after Mariawith no cell phone service and roads blocked. Eighty-three percent of Puerto R
KEYT 3 Santa Barbara / Posted 4 days ago
with no cell phone service and roads blocked. Eighty-three percent of Puerto Ricans are without power. That means no Internet, no way to get cell phones working, and limited ways to communicate or get information. More than 1.2 million... Read more
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WFMZ Eastern Pennsylvania and Western New Jersey
Puerto Ricans scramble for food and water 3 weeks after Mariawith no cell phone service and roads blocked. Eighty-three percent of Puerto R
WFMZ Eastern Pennsylvania and Western New Jersey / Posted 4 days ago
with no cell phone service and roads blocked. Eighty-three percent of Puerto Ricans are without power. That means no Internet, no way to get cell phones working, and limited ways to communicate or get information. More than 1.2 million... Read more
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KRBC Abilene & KTAB Abilene
Puerto Ricans scramble for food and water 3 weeks after Mariawith no cell phone service and roads blocked. Eighty-three percent of Puerto R
KRBC Abilene & KTAB Abilene / Posted 4 days ago
with no cell phone service and roads blocked. Eighty-three percent of Puerto Ricans are without power. That means no Internet, no way to get cell phones working, and limited ways to communicate or get information. More than 1.2 million... Read more
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KXLY-TV Spokane
Puerto Ricans scramble for food and water 3 weeks after Mariawith no cell phone service and roads blocked. Eighty-three percent of Puerto R
KXLY-TV Spokane / Posted 4 days ago
with no cell phone service and roads blocked. Eighty-three percent of Puerto Ricans are without power. That means no Internet, no way to get cell phones working, and limited ways to communicate or get information. More than 1.2 million... Read more
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WCYB 5 Tri-Cities
Puerto Ricans scramble for food and water 3 weeks after Mariawith no cell phone service and roads blocked. Eighty-three percent of Puerto R
WCYB 5 Tri-Cities / Posted 4 days ago
with no cell phone service and roads blocked. Eighty-three percent of Puerto Ricans are without power. That means no Internet, no way to get cell phones working, and limited ways to communicate or get information. More than 1.2 million... Read more
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KRDO Colorado Springs
Puerto Ricans scramble for food and water 3 weeks after Mariawith no cell phone service and roads blocked. Eighty-three percent of Puerto R
KRDO Colorado Springs / Posted 4 days ago
with no cell phone service and roads blocked. Eighty-three percent of Puerto Ricans are without power. That means no Internet, no way to get cell phones working, and limited ways to communicate or get information. More than 1.2 million... Read more
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KRCR TV Redding
Puerto Ricans scramble for food and water 3 weeks after Mariawith no cell phone service and roads blocked. Eighty-three percent of Puerto R
KRCR TV Redding / Posted 4 days ago
with no cell phone service and roads blocked. Eighty-three percent of Puerto Ricans are without power. That means no Internet, no way to get cell phones working, and limited ways to communicate or get information. More than 1.2 million... Read more
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The Demopolis Times
Demopolis mayor, council hold district meetingswith members of the city council, held a series of town hall style district mee
The Demopolis Times / Posted 4 days ago
with members of the city council, held a series of town hall style district meetings aimed at providing residents with information and to receive feedback from the public. Laney opened the meetings by providing an update of some of the recent... Read more
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