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String fullTitle = "Welcome to /news/";
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String fullTitle = "Peter Schiff Chief global strategist of Euro Pacific Capital Inc. on Joe Rogan podcast.";
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String date = "07/21/18(Sat)09:02:19";
String comment = "https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3u7
That man is calling out trump and he knows what hes talking about
Good podcast from Joe he lets him Talk a lot."
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String fullTitle = "3-year-old saves father’s life with phone";
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String comment = "WINCHESTER — Three-year-old Molly McCabe knew something was wrong when her daddy collapsed on the Fourth of July. What she did next saved his life.
Using her father’s smartphone, Molly contacted her mother using FaceTime, a video-calling iPhone feature.
“I actually missed her first FaceTime call,” said 29-year-old Devon McCabe, a nurse at Winchester Medical Center.
McCabe was at work in the hospital’s neurointensive care unit when Molly made the first call. Luckily, perhaps even miraculously, Molly made a second call to her mommy about 15 minutes later. “She was sobbing, crying, [saying], ‘Look at daddy, look at daddy.’”
Molly then turned the phone to show her father, Trevor McCabe, 27, convulsing on the floor of the family’s Frederick County home in Lake Holiday.
“I was immediately aware that something was wrong,” said Devon McCabe, who assured her daughter that she’d be home soon. She then called a close friend and neighbor who ran to the McCabe house and called 911.
Trevor McCabe’s collapse was completely unexpected, his wife said. He was healthy and active. The family had spent the previous evening kayaking on the lake and watching fireworks. Not even 24 hours later, he was on life support. A blood clot had traveled to a major artery in his brain, causing a stroke.
“Life can change in an instant,” Devon McCabe said Monday.
After being taken to WMC, where he received medication, Trevor McCabe was airlifted to Inova Fairfax Hospital for emergency brain surgery. He remained in critical care Monday.
“The first few days I thought he was going to die,” Devon McCabe said. “I was afraid to be optimistic.”
She was told that the type of stroke her husband suffered results in death in more than 85 percent of patients, as it affects the part of the brain that controls critical functions such as breathing and heart rate.
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String fullTitle = "It's Treason - Trump knew Putin Ordered the Attack on the US from the beginning";
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WASHINGTON — Two weeks before his inauguration, Donald J. Trump was shown highly classified intelligence indicating that President Vladimir V. Putin of Russia had personally ordered complex cyberattacks to sway the 2016 American election.
The evidence included texts and emails from Russian military officers and information gleaned from a top-secret source close to Mr. Putin, who had described to the C.I.A. how the Kremlin decided to execute its campaign of hacking and disinformation.
Mr. Trump sounded grudgingly convinced, according to several people who attended the intelligence briefing. But ever since, Mr. Trump has tried to cloud the very clear findings that he received on Jan. 6, 2017, which his own intelligence leaders have unanimously endorsed.
The shifting narrative underscores the degree to which Mr. Trump regularly picks and chooses intelligence to suit his political purposes. That has never been more clear than this week.
On Monday, standing next to the Russian president in Helsinki, Finland, Mr. Trump said he accepted Mr. Putin’s denial of Russian election intrusions. By Tuesday, faced with a bipartisan political outcry, Mr. Trump sought to walk back his words and sided with his intelligence agencies.
On Wednesday, when a reporter asked, “Is Russia still targeting the U.S.?” Mr. Trump shot back, “No” — directly contradicting statements made only days earlier by his director of national intelligence, Dan Coats, who was sitting a few chairs away in the Cabinet Room. (The White House later said he was responding to a different question.)
Hours later, in a CBS News interview, Mr. Trump seemed to reverse course again. He blamed Mr. Putin personally, but only indirectly, for the election interference by Russia, “because he’s in charge of the country.”"
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String fullTitle = "EU moves forward with legal action against Hungary over migration rules";
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String comment = "The European Commission is stepping up a legal battle with Hungary over the country's migration rules.
It announced that Hungary will be referred to the EU Court of Justice.
The EU says Budapest does not respect its obligations around the treatment of asylum seekers and has demanded laws that criminalise attempts to help migrants seek refuge in Hungary.
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String fullTitle = "A wave of violence is threatening Trump supporters (PHOTOS)";
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Graffiti on a Boston wall screams: “Kill your local Trump supporter.”
Meanwhile, Londoners at a massive protest took turns, under the famous “baby Trump” balloon, at bashing another naked Trump balloon while crowds cheered. Bashers stepped away looking lighter, as though they had been dunked in a river by some cult promising inner salvation.
Children have been pepper-sprayed at free speech protests attended by their parents. The elderly have been beaten nearly to death while walking to their cars, which perhaps sported a Trump sticker on the back.
All these Trump symbols are now invitations to physical attacks in public at worst, or, at the very least, being refused some kind of service. Three young African-American White House interns were holding their MAGA hats in their hands when their Uber driver arrived—and refused to accept them as passengers."
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String fullTitle = "How The Sugar Industry Conned All Of Us";
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String fullTitle = "it looks like Trump campaign spied upon illegally";
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(Reuters) - U.S. President Donald Trump said on Twitter on Sunday it was looking more and more like his campaign for the 2016 presidential election had been illegally spied upon.
Trump issued the tweet after saying documents about his former presidential campaign adviser Carter Page confirmed with little doubt that the Department of Justice and Federal Bureau of Investigation had misled the courts.
The FBI released documents on Saturday related to the surveillance of Page as part of an investigation into whether he conspired with the Russian government to undermine the election.
Page has denied being an agent of the Russian government and has not been charged with any crime.
In his tweets, Trump also took aim at defeated Democrat candidate Hillary Clinton and the Democratic National Committee, her party’s governing body.
“Looking more & more like the Trump Campaign for President was illegally being spied upon (surveillance) for the political gain of Crooked Hillary Clinton and the DNC,” he said, referring to the Democratic National Committee. “Republicans must get tough now. An illegal Scam!”
Referring to the Carter Page documents, he said: “As usual they are ridiculously heavily redacted but confirm with little doubt that the Department of “Justice” and FBI misled the courts. Witch Hunt Rigged, a Scam!”
The 412 pages, mostly heavily redacted, included surveillance applications to the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court and warrants surrounding the investigation into Page.
“The FBI believes that Page has been collaborating and conspiring with the Russian Government,” the surveillance application filed in October 2016 said. The documents released include applications and renewal warrants filed in 2017 after Trump took office."
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String fullTitle = "Stockton’s Self-Proclaimed Batman Takes Crime Into His Own Hands";
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A civilian superhero of sorts in Stockton is at it again. He calls himself Stockton’s Batman.
He’s a father of two and a local business owner. The latest citizen’s arrest was caught on camera.
The video shows the vigilante detaining a man he claims is smoking crystal meth, outside a busy 99 Cents Only Store.
Stockton’s Batman won’t use his real name or show his face. But told CBS13, that he’s nabbed hundreds of alleged criminals at the same Stockton Shopping Center.
“They’re criminals in to which point they’re committing crimes in front of my eyes,” he said.
Stockton Police said the man in the video wasn’t arrested or even cited.
But Batman said many of the bad guys he goes after do end up behind bars.
He recently started letting his wife capture cell phone video of the incidents which are now documented on his Facebook page.
The incidents range from a suspected arsonist, with a document of the charges filed against her, to suspected shoplifters at the same 99 Cent store he frequents, with his own small children.
“I grew up in Stockton and things weren’t always this bad when I was a child. I can run around and play,” he said.
He says he’s making the community safer. And to many in Stockton, it’s welcome.
“He’s doing a pretty good service for us he’s you know getting em where the police aren’t,” a witness said.
“That’s pretty cool anything to get more crime stopped in Stockton,” said another Stockton resident.
Stockton Police say a citizen’s arrest is perfectly legal in California.
And pictures prove, police do show up for back-up, but not everyone’s buying it.
“How do we know it’s legit anyway?” one woman said.
It’s a question, only he can answer.
“I am the real Batman,” he said.
Police warned that while what he’s doing is legal, they don’t advise it and prefer people call 911 instead of fighting back.
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String fullTitle = "Straw Ban Sweeping CA and Others Cites 8 YO Science Project done by Elementary Schooler";
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>If you’ve read a recent article about Starbucks, Marriott or Seattle banning plastic straws, you might have come across a striking statistic: Americans use about 500 million straws each day.
>That figure has been cited widely, appearing in stories by USA Today, CNN, The Washington Post, The Wall Street Journal, Fox News and, yes, even The New York Times.
>But consider the source: The number is based on research conducted years ago by an enterprising 9-year-old Vermont boy named Milo Cress.
>Professional estimates of straw usage are hard, but not impossible, to find. Yet, the number this fourth grader came up with in 2011, as part of a personal environmental conservation campaign, has proved surprisingly durable, working its way to the heart of the debate over plastic straws."
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String fullTitle = "Republicans Help Russia again by voting to gut election security funding";
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String comment = "he House on Thursday passed another giant funding package, putting lawmakers exactly halfway on the path to advancing all 12 funding bills by Sept. 30.
But the march toward the Senate was interrupted by a raucous demonstration on the floor by Democrats, who broke into a chant of "USA, USA" as they forced a procedural vote attempting to restore election security grant funding slashed by Republicans.
The House’s flurry of action so far this summer is no reassurance that both chambers of Congress can muscle through all of the spending bills by the end of the fiscal year and avoid a stopgap spending measure — or even a potential government shutdown. The election security funds could be a flashpoint in the Senate, where Democrats hold more sway.
The two-bill fiscal 2019 spending bundle, which was approved 217-199, funds a slew of agencies including the Treasury Department, the IRS, the EPA, conservation programs — and election security.
House Democrats have seized on the GOP’s plan to reject new election security funding in the legislation, even as U.S. intelligence officials warn of the ongoing threat from Russia ahead of the midterms. That issue broke open this week, as an indictment from special counsel Robert Mueller revealed new details of how Russian officers attempted to crack into state voter databases.
“Surely we can rise above pandering to party and Putin to act on behalf of our elections,” House Minority Whip Steny Hoyer (D-Md.) said on the floor Thursday, rallying Democrats in the chant before the effort to fund new election grants failed 182-232. “We have sworn an oath to defend our Constitution against all enemies, foreign and domestic.”
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String fullTitle = "Trump Treason, or the lies of the media?";
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The Democrats are exposed as those fomenting civil unrest just to cover up their own actions. Again."
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String fullTitle = "Scam alert!";
int postNumber = "271798";
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String date = "07/21/18(Sat)08:34:22";
String comment = "Jermie England has taken money from hundreds if not thousands of people and him and his wife Eileen England, have both filed chapter 13 and chapter 7 bankruptcy to avoid paying any of them back. So they leave a trail of destruction anywhere they go. They have owned many failed companies, Including "stars and stripes carpet cleaning", "5 star painting and remodeling", "affordable home services" and now their most recent scam is called "bathrooms and more" out of spring Hill TN.
So now that you know, you should also know Jermie England is a convicted felon for fraud. He scamed a 80 year old woman from Florida and bilked her for $140,000 and he spent 6 years in prison for that.
This couple is dangerous. Stay away. And help spread the word!
Google his name to find the channel 4 I team who investigated him, and all you need to know. Just Google "Jermie England".
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String fullTitle = "Trump and Putin discussed possible referendum in eastern Ukraine";
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The White House on Friday had to douse another political fire resulting from the Helsinki summit after a Russian official said Vladimir Putin and President Trump discussed a possible referendum in eastern Ukraine during their private powwow.
Russia’s ambassador to the US Anatoly Antonov said Friday that the two leaders had discussed the possibility of a referendum in separatist-leaning eastern Ukraine.
“This issue (of a referendum) was discussed,” Antonov said, adding without specifics that Putin made “concrete proposals” to Trump on solutions for the four-year Ukraine conflict, which has killed over 10,000 people."
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String fullTitle = "rape shit";
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String date = "07/05/18(Thu)06:56:47";
String comment = ">>In an urban slum in India's capital Delhi, Mona [not her real name] deliberately avoids drinking water. She is fearful it will make her need to urinate.
"Sometimes, I drink less water because the spot we use to go to the toilet in the open is filled with notorious boys. I am afraid to go there."
The 13-year-old girl also restricts her food intake and goes to the 'spot' just once a day to relieve herself. She goes with a group of other women, either early in the morning or late in the evening.