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Trump To Allow Release Of 3,000 Never Before Seen Documents On JFK Assassination

Trump's decision means that thousands of formerly classified documents related to Kennedy’s assassination will be unveiled next week in compliance with the President John F. Kennedy Assassination Records Collection Act of 1992, which states that the federal government must release them by Oct. 26, 2017.

Russia Triples Gold Reserves In Preparation For Full-Scale Economic War With The United States

One of the most threatening uses of U.S. financial influence has been its utilization of the SWIFT payment system, which acts as a hub of global money transfer message traffic, as the U.S. threatens to cut other nations off from the system if they refuse to be subservient to U.S. hegemonic dictates.

Obama bashes Trump for ‘dividing people’ to win WH — then Ben Shapiro hits back hard with fact check

“If you have to win a campaign by dividing people, you’re not going to be able to govern them. You won’t be able to unite them later if that’s how you start,” Obama said.

James O’Keefe Confronts NYT Dep Managing Editor Over Unethical Staffers

The New York Times has said that they are currently “reviewing the situation” surrounding the undercover videos and would update their readers “on the situation when possible."

Sessions: DOJ will take “appropriate” actions on Clinton Russian conflict of interest probe

Asked about the concerns at Wednesday’s hearing, Sessions told Grassley the Justice Department will take “appropriate” actions.

Senate Launching Probe Into Russian Nuclear Bribery Plot that Lined the Clinton’s Pockets

Sen. Chuck Grassley (R-Iowa), the committee chairman, gets his first chance to raise the issue in public on Wednesday when he questions Attorney General Jeff Sessions during an oversight hearing.

The Depressing State of ‘Higher Education’ in One Picture

"This is what i'm learning in my college anthropology class! Everything is a social construct! Up is down! Black is white! Conspiracy!"

Google Drones Will Begin Test Dropping Burritos Into Yards In Australia

The plan for Google affiliate Project Wing, which on Tuesday announced new tests of its drone delivery service with two Australian businesses, a Mexican taqueria chain, and a drugstore company, is to drop piping hot burritos into people’s yards.

John McCain UNLOADS on Reporter For Asking if His Votes Are in Protest of Trump (VIDEO)

"Why would you say something that stupid? Why would you ask something that dumb?"

The United States of Weinstein: Complicity, Greed and Corruption Is the Status Quo

Every American has a simple but profound choice. Either place your integrity above all else, and refuse to climb the putrid pyramid of wealth and power, or succumb to greed and become complicit in an empire of greed, complicity and corruption.