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How Donald Trump Is Exploiting the Myth of “Crime Prone” Immigrants

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Donald Trump made headlines yet again this week after getting into a verbal sparring match with Jorge Ramos, one of the most well-known Latino journalists in the United States. On Tuesday night, the Univison reporter was escorted out of a press conference after Trump refused to answer his questions on immigration, something Trump says he did because Ramos spoke out of turn. “Go back to Univision,” Trump said at one point during the brief quarrel. After spending a few unpleasant minutes in the hallway (where an angry

Classified Report Reveals the True Death Toll of Russian Soldiers In Ukraine

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Since the conflict in Ukraine began last spring, Russian President Vladimir Putin has done everything he can to hide his country’s involvement. Despite satellite imagery showing Russian military columns crossing the border, Putin has doggedly denied his country’s role in supporting pro-Russian rebels in the eastern part of Ukraine. In May, he even went so far as to decree that all deaths of military personnel would be considered state secrets. But while Putin has been publicly denying the existence of Russian troops in Ukraine, Kremlin

North Dakota Approves Use of Armed Drones By Police After Lobbyist Gets Involved

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Police in North Dakota are now legally authorized to use drones armed with “non-lethal” weapons, like tasers, tear-gas, bean bags and rubber bullets. The law that gave them this authorization, House Bill 1328, was never intended to make weaponized drones legal. Its original purpose was actually to ensure that police had to obtain warrants before using drones for surveillance. In fact, the initial draft of the bill explicitly banned the use of all weapons on police drones. But before HB 1328 could make it to North

Google Has the Power to Decide the Next Presidential Election. Here’s How

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When you want to look something up on the internet, where do you go? For more than 75 percent of Americans, the answer to that question is Google (globally the number is closer to 90 precent). And after you’ve hit the search button, how many links do you actually check out? Research shows that half of us will only click the first two links, and less than 10 percent of us will make it past the first page of search results. When you consider these numbers, it’s hard to deny that Google’s