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Sheriff Clarke Calls Out CNN For ‘Electronic Terro…

Milwaukee County Sheriff David Clarke says a CNN report that that killed his chances of joining President Donald Trump’s Department of Homeland Security is “electronic terrorism.” Last month, CNN political reporter Andrew Kaczynski reported Clarke had plagiarized in his 2013 master’s thesis, failing to properly attribute his sources at least ...

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US Fails Missile Intercept Test

The U.S. Missile Defense Agency, working with Japan in a joint test of a “new, developmental” intercept missile, failed to hit a missile fired from Hawaii Wednesday night. The agency told the Washington Examiner the Pacific Missile Range Facility at Kauai, Hawaii launched a medium-range ballistic missile. This was tracked ...

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Chaffetz Says He Is Target of ‘Dozens’ of Death Th…

Outgoing Rep. Jason Chaffetz, R-Utah, revealed he is a regular target of death threats. “I’ve had dozens of those, unfortunately,” he told Fox News’ “Fox & Friends” program on Thursday.  “We had another person who put one out saying he was going to come slit my throat but the U.S. ...

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France Training Eagles to Destroy Terrorist’s Dron…

France is training eagles to destroy drones as terrorist groups ramp up the use of the small unmanned aerial vehicles in attacks, The Washington Post reported. Terrorist groups started using armed drones in strikes earlier this year and the Islamic State in January formally announced the creation of a new ...

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Jeff Bezos on Newspapers’ Future: ‘Ask People to P…

Jeff Bezos has advice for the newspaper industry: “When you’re writing, be riveting, be right, and ask people to pay.” Bezos, the founder of Amazon who in 2013 purchased the Washington Post for $250 million, spoke at the Future of Newspapers conference in Turin, Italy, on Wednesday, where he told ...

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Sheryl Sandberg Uber CEO? No, but She Knows What I…

Sheryl Sandberg is on Uber’s CEO wish list after the firing of Travis Kalanick, but the second-in-command at Facebook won’t be taking the wheel of the troubled ride-sharing company. Sandberg isn’t leaving her job at Facebook, according to a person familiar with the matter who asked not to be identified ...

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David Eubank, US Relief Hero, Saves Girl in Mosul …

David Eubank, a U.S. aid worker and former Green Beret, braved sniper fire to save a little girl sitting next to her dead mother on a street in Mosul. Eubank’s rescue as U.S-backed Iraqi forces worked to liberate the war-torn city from the Islamic State was captured on video, one ...

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Media Companies Are ‘Getting Sick’ of Facebook

Facebook’s efforts to build a library of high-end original videos are getting a shrug from some outlets that are reportedly sick of the way the company has treated them. “Media companies are like serfs working Facebook’s land,” Jason Kint, chief executive officer of the industry trade group Digital Content Next, ...

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Publicity-Hungry Reporters Want to ‘Become YouTube…

White House press secretary Sean Spicer on Wednesday defended a recent press conference held off-camera and with audio recording barred. The reason, he told talk radio host Laura Ingraham, is some reporters are trying to get attention for themselves rather than focus on the issues. “There’s a lot of them ...

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Warmbier’s Death ‘Wake-up Call’ on ‘Brutal’ NKorea

Sen. Rob Portman, R-Ohio, was critical of North Korea in a speech on the Senate floor Wednesday night, saying the “brutal” regime of Kim Jong Un bears responsibility for the death of American Otto Warmbier. The 22-year-old’s life was “tragically cut short” after he was imprisoned in the country in ...

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