Daily Archives: November 8, 2018

Iran leaders will have to fall in line if 'they want their people to eat,' Pompeo says

US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo told a BBC journalist that Iranian “leadership has to make a decision that they want their people to eat,” dropping all pretense of caring about Iranians as he touted the latest harsh sanctions. The BBC Persian reporter, Hadi Nili, attempts to ask Pompeo what will happen if the sanctions do not have their desired effect, ...

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Antifa protest at Tucker Carlson's home investigated as possible hate crime

The protesters that descended on Fox News’ Tucker Carlson’s home in Washington, DC, Wednesday night might face hate crime charges, police said. The activists defaced the host’s home as his wife cowered inside. Washington’s Metropolitan Police Department said it is treating the incident outside the home of the conservative news channel star as a “suspected hate crime,” as they believe ...

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An 8-ft-long lizard terrorized a Florida neighborhood for 3 months (PHOTOS)

A 150-pound lizard named Bamboo kept an entire neighborhood in the Miami area in a state of fear after it broke loose this August. The Asian monitor, capable of knocking its prey unconscious, was finally captured on Tuesday. The Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission had been hunting the massive lizard since August when it was first spotted lurking into ...

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Infernal wildfire visible from space sends California residents fleeing (PHOTOS, VIDEO)

A fast-moving wildfire is rapidly spreading through northeastern California, growing to over 16,000 acres in under 12 hours and leading acting Governor Gavin Newsom to declare a state of emergency. What has been dubbed Camp Fire began early Thursday near the town of Pulga and moved west, consuming 8,000 acres by 1 pm, according to the California Department of Forestry ...

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China recruits teenagers to build AI weapons

At a top government-funded research institute, high schoolers are being recruited to develop weaponry operated by AI. The program is China’s latest move in their race against the US to “lead the game of modern wars”. The Beijing Institute of Technology, a leading government-funded research institute, has selected China’s best and brightest youths to participate in an artificial intelligence based ...

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#Resistance holds ‘Protect Mueller’ rallies around the US (VIDEO)

Democrat activists groups have mobilized on short notice to hold rallies in cities across the US, demanding that the new acting head of DOJ recuse himself from overseeing special counsel Robert Mueller’s “Russiagate” probe. Mueller has been investigating Democrat allegations that Trump “colluded” with Russia during the 2016 presidential election, so far without any evidence to that effect. The probe ...

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Trump cracks down on asylum claims as caravans surge north

The Trump administration is tightening the screws on illegal immigration, laying the groundwork for a restrictive executive order that would bar illegal border-crossers from seeking asylum. The Department of Justice and Department of Homeland Security have put out a joint rule stating that arrivals who break any rules the White House imposes will be barred from seeking asylum. It cites ...

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Amazon launches Alexa app for Windows 10 PCs

Amazon today launched an Alexa app for Windows 10 PCs. Available on the Microsoft Store, the voice application allows PC owners to speak to Alexa to set reminders, timers and alarms; create lists and to-dos; track their calendar appointments; get news, weather and other information; play music; listen to podcasts and audio books; control the smart home, and more. The ...

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‘ISIS member’ started Tajikistan prison riot that left 25+ people killed – report

An ISIS-linked inmate is suspected to be an instigator of a prison riot that left more than 25 people killed in a high security prison in northern Tajikistan, according to media reports. Violence broke out at the prison in the second-largest Tajik city of Khujand late on Wednesday. The prisoners joined a fellow inmate, allegedly an Islamic State (IS, formerly ...

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Fake news feud: A brief history of Trump and CNN's Jim Acosta yelling at each other

CNN’s Jim Acosta has been stripped of his White House press credentials after a shouting match with President Donald Trump. How did his fake news feud with the president begin, and is it actually a love-hate relationship? Trump and Acosta got into an ugly verbal tussle during Wednesday’s post-midterm press conference at the White House, with the president pushing back ...

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