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‘Shocked, disgusted’: Police officer slams teen girl, sparking protest (VIDEO)

A La Mesa, California school police officer is under investigation after a viral video showed him swinging a 17-year-old student over his shoulder to the ground after she reportedly refused to comply with orders. The 30-second Snapchat video posted on YouTube and Instagram shows part of the altercation where the La Mesa school police officer slams the teenage girl to ...

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CIA Director: ‘I haven’t seen’ proof of Russian interference claims

CIA Director Mike Pompeo has said he hasn’t seen any evidence of Russian interference in the US election, but that the Trump administration took the allegations very seriously. During his first interview with CBS News at CIA headquarters, Pompeo was asked whether he had seen any evidence of collusion between members of the Trump campaign and Russian officials. “I wasn’t ...

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Senate approves govt funding until Feb 8

The US Senate has voted to pass temporary federal funding to overcome the government shutdown. The bill now moves to the US House of Representatives. The spending deal came together after a three-day shutdown began midnight Friday. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Kentucky) and Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-New York) agreed to reopen the government Monday morning. As voting ...

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'Convenient accident': Twitter reacts after FBI 'lost texts' between Russia investigation staffers

Reactions are rolling in after the FBI reportedly lost five months of text messages between staffers who worked on probes into Hillary Clinton’s emails and alleged collusion between Russia and Donald Trump’s campaign. News of the reportedly ‘lost emails’ broke after Wisconsin Senator Ron Johnson, Chair of the Senate Homeland Security Committee, wrote in a January 20 letter that the ...

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US to send diplomatic team to Europe to discuss Iran nuclear deal – Tillerson

The US is dispatching a diplomatic team to Europe next week to outline “flaws” in the Iranian nuclear deal, Secretary of State Rex Tillerson has said. “We have a team traveling – actually, they’re coming to Europe,” Tillerson said according to Reuters citing the US reporter traveling with him. The team would explore “how we can address these flaws in the nuclear ...

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NSA voice recognition technology: ‘Blanket surveillance, not tracking criminals’

The types of surveillance people accept today are a logical extension of George Orwell’s ‘1984’ telescreens spying on you as well as churning out propaganda, which is a clear invasion of privacy rights, analysts told RT. The US National Security Agency (NSA) is using voice recognition software to spy on people and detect their locations, according to declassified documents obtained ...

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