Daily Archives: February 2, 2018

‘Bouquet for Putin:’ Anti-Trump crowd rush to claim GOP serves Russian interests

The newly released Republican memo on alleged FBI and Justice Department abuses has sent advocates of the Russiagate theories into meltdown. They immediately said it was all done in Russia’s interests. US Senator John McCain (R-Arizona) rushed to say the latest developments surrounding the FBI and the Department of Justice (DOJ) “serve no American interests – no party’s, no president’s, ...

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'Russia threat' used as excuse to funnel trillions into military industry – Russian envoy to US

Washington uses the alleged Russian threat as a pretext for its nuclear build-up, while the real purpose behind the new hawkish nuclear strategy is to pump money into the military complex, the Russian ambassador to the US told RT. “The problem is that the Americans are again using Russia as a bogeyman to justify the rise in military spending and ...

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Apple says some iPhone 7s show “No Service” when they shouldn’t, will repair them for free

Does your iPhone 7 say “No Service” when you’re oh-so-certain the signal is fine? Good news! You might be totally right. Reports and rumors of a “No Service” bug impacting iPhone 7s have been floating around for well over a year now — and as of this afternoon, Apple is acknowledging the issue. The company says it’s determined that “a ...

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‘Ritualistic’ ancient skeleton spiral unearthed in Mexico (PHOTOS, VIDEO)

Ten skeletons precisely arranged in a bizarre spiral formation have been discovered by archaeologists investigating a 2,400 year old burial site in Mexico. The skeletons include adults, children and even an infant. They were buried with interlinking arms in a large ring. Two have been identified as female and one as male. The ancient bones were found at an archaeological ...

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‘Ritualistic’ ancient skeleton spiral unearthed in Mexico (PHOTOS, VIDEO)

Ten skeletons precisely arranged in a bizarre spiral formation have been discovered by archaeologists investigating a 2,400 year old burial site in Mexico. The skeletons include adults, children and even an infant. They were buried with interlinking arms in a large ring. Two have been identified as female and one as male. The ancient bones were found at an archaeological ...

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Tanks for nothing: Chinese police seize man’s hand-made battle vehicle (VIDEO)

A Chinese man who spent months converting a disused truck into a drivable novelty tank, complete with a gun turret and radar dish, has seen his invention confiscated by police. The man, identified only by his surname, Huang, had spent two months building the ‘war machine’ from an old truck in the city of Laibin in Guangxi province, southern China, ...

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US has no evidence of sarin use by Syrian govt, still concerned about Assad – Mattis

Washington has no evidence that the chemical agent sarin has ever been used by the Syrian government, Pentagon chief James Mattis has admitted. It did not stop him from still being concerned about Assad, though. “We do not have evidence of it,” the US Defense Secretary told journalists, referring to the alleged use of sarin nerve agent by Syrian government ...

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BBC's 'GENIUS' satire of Piers Morgan's Trump interview is an ass joke, literally

You can pick apart Piers Morgan’s recent interview with Donald Trump for factual flaws, or mock Trump’s “not a feminist” comment… or you can simply make anal sex jokes, like BBC Two did. Both Trump and controversial ITV Breakfast presenter Morgan offered plenty of ammunition for critics during their “world exclusive interview” on Sunday, January 28: From Trump’s “I’m not ...

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Nunes: Democrats ‘not honest actors,’ memo shows FBI/DOJ ‘have work to do’

Senior officials at the Department of Justice and the FBI need to address abuses listed in the explosive GOP memo, said House Intelligence Committee chair Devin Nunes. He dismissed criticism from Democrats as dishonest. Declassified by President Donald Trump and published by the committee Friday over strong objections by Democrats, the DOJ and the FBI, the memo lays out the ...

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Russian programmer accused of hacking extradited to US from Spain

Russian programmer Pyotr Levashov, accused by US prosecutors of being the mastermind behind a large bot net has been extradited to the US from Spain and will appear in court Friday. In a statement Friday, the US Justice Department said Levashov is “alleged to have controlled and operated the Kelihos botnet which was used to distribute hundreds of millions of ...

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