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Are US media outlets repentant about reporting on DNC emails alleged hacked by ‘the Russians’? No

By ethan / July 20, 2018

US media outlets have few regrets about reporting on the shady practices of the DNC, Hillary Clinton’s private speeches, and other scoops revealed by emails allegedly leaked by Russian hackers, The Washington Post reports. Erik Wemple, The Washington Post’s media critic, decided to reach out to American news organizations after Neera Tanden, the president and […]

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Fresh face or red menace? Democrats split on Sanders-backed Ocasio-Cortez

By ethan / July 20, 2018

As congressional candidate Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez joins Senator Bernie Sanders on the Democrat campaign circuit, some in the party are worried she will rock the boat ahead of the ‘blue wave’ in November. Ocasio-Cortez stunned the Democratic Party and most media observers when she won the June 27 primary in Bronx, New York, in a shocking […]

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This is it! NY Times reveals Michael Cohen secretly taped Trump

By ethan / July 20, 2018

Donald Trump was secretly recorded by his personal attorney Michael Cohen discussing a proposed hush payment to a Playboy model, the New York Times reported, setting off a new cycle of media frenzy. The tape was among the files the FBI seized in the April raid of Cohen’s office, the Times reported on Friday, citing […]

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Russia ‘helpful’ in enforcing sanctions on North Korea – Pompeo

By ethan / July 20, 2018

Moscow has been actively contributing to the process of denuclearization on the Korean Peninsula, particularly by enforcing sanctions on Pyongyang, US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo told journalists. “Enforcement of sanctions is a continuing process. There have been many places, in which Russians have been helpful,” Pompeo told journalists after his meeting with the UN […]

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Notes of nuclear? Fukushima radioactivity found in California wine

By ethan / July 20, 2018

Radioactive levels are increasing in wine from California’s Napa Valley, thanks to the radioactive cloud that drifted from the Fukushima disaster in 2011. Researchers from the University of Bordeaux Centre d’Études Nucléaires de Bordeaux-Gradignan (CNRS) in France tested California wine from before and after the Fukushima disaster and found there was double the amount of […]

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Bitter pill: Putin says all pension reform options look unappealing to him

By ethan / July 20, 2018

Russian President Vladimir Putin has stated that he and the majority of government officials disliked all of the proposals to raise the retirement age, but without pension reform, Russia would face a serious crisis. “Of course this is a very sensitive issue for a large number of our citizens. Also, the question did not just […]

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