March 2018

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House Democrats call for FBI to probe into Kushner's ties to Saudi crown prince

Washington (CNN)Six House Democrats are calling on FBI Director Christopher Wray to investigate whether President Donald Trump’s son-in-law and senior White House aide Jared Kushner leaked classified information to Saudi Crown Prince Mohammad bin Salman, according to a letter obtained by CNN. According to The Intercept, one person “who talks frequently to confidants of the

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A US Retailer Just Filed A Patent For Robotic Bee Drones

If you’re tired of hearing tech articles open with “like an episode straight out of Black Mirror”, then we have bad news for you: we’re doing it again. Walmart has filed 16 pages with the US government that outline six patents working towards farm automation and it’s legit the plot from Hated in the Nation. 

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´╗┐Maybe We Need An Occasional Disaster! The suffering and trauma left in the wake of last year’s tsunami in Southeast Asia, our own hurricanes Katrina, Rita, and Wilma, the earthquake in Kashmir, and the mud slides of Central America, cannot be ignored. But none of these were man-made acts that we can attempt to eradicate,

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Sessions does not appoint second special counsel to review FBI misconduct claims

Washington (CNN)Attorney General Jeff Sessions is not naming a new special counsel to investigate Republican-driven accusations against the FBI — at least for now. Sessions’ decision to stop short of formally appointing a special counsel like Robert Mueller, detailed in a lengthy written response to three Republican chairmen on Capitol Hill, was not immediately condemned

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Malala returns to Pakistan for the first time since attack

Islamabad, Pakistan (CNN)Nearly six years after a brutal attack left her on the verge of death, Nobel Peace Prize winner Malala Yousafzai has returned to Pakistan. In a speech in which she often had to pause for tears, the activist hailed the fact “more than 6 million dollars” has been invested on education in Pakistan