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Study: Government ‘cyber troops’ manipulate Facebook, Twitter

(Bloomberg) Governments around the world are enlisting “cyber troops” who manipulate Facebook, Twitter and other social media outlets to steer public opinion, spread misinformation and undermine critics, according to a new report from the University of Oxford. Adding to growing evidence of government-sponsored efforts to use online tools to influence politics, researchers found 29 countries […]

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Inmates given reduced jail time if they get vasectomy

(WTVF) Inmates in White County, Tennessee have been given credit for their jail time if they voluntarily agree to have a vasectomy or birth control implant, a popular new program that is being called “unconstitutional” by the ACLU. On May 15, 2017 General Sessions Judge Sam Benningfield signed a standing order that allows inmates to […]

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Minnesota girl, 11, bitten by fish 25 times in lake

(Minneapolis Star Tribune) An 11-year-old Minnesota girl is recovering from bone-deep lacerations to her foot after being bitten, apparently by a large fish, on Island Lake north of Duluth. Maren Kesselhon required surgery to repair damage to her foot, which was injured while she sat on a paddleboard during a family outing Wednesday. Maren suffered […]

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Mini gold rush descends on Northern California

(San Francisco Chronicle) When asking seasoned miners about this year’s so-called gold rush in Northern California, it can be a challenge to obtain trustworthy information. “People who are smart don’t advertise what they’ve found,” said Bob Van Camp, better known as “Digger Bob.” “If you’re finding nuggets in an area, you don’t tell anyone about […]

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Judge: Stop forcing pregnancy centers to promote abortion

In a case that has divided courts, a federal judge in Illinois ruled a law that would force pregnancy centers to promote abortion regardless of their moral views likely is unconstitutional. U.S. District Judge Frederick Kapala determined an amendment to the state’s health care laws likely will be overturned when the issue comes to trial. He issued […]

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The Voice of America

The Voice Of America Arching overhead as do the stars, ever present, always enigmatic, but always pointing the way to those familiar with them, are the forms that define all things earthly, the functional equivalent of themselves. When we seek the meaning of or otherwise attempt to utilize truth, justice, love, or God, we must […]

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David Axelrod Slams NYT’s ‘Snide’ Sean Spicer Editorial

Former presidential adviser David Axelrod on Saturday slammed The New York Times for its “snide” editorial on Sean Spicer’s abrupt resignation Friday as White House press secretary, saying that “criticisms are fair but snarkiness makes it read like a hissy fit.” Axelrod, who served under former President Barack Obama, took to Twitter: Snide editorial on […]

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