There Is Literally No Chance Migrants Are Bringing Smallpox To The US

You know what the great thing about smallpox is? It doesn’t exist anymore. Nearly 40 years ago, it was officially eradicated from the face of the Earth – the first, and so far only, disease ever to be declared as such. So it would be pretty difficult for anybody in…

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Caitlyn Jenner Regrets Supporting Donald Trump! – Perez Hilton

Caitlyn Jenner admits she was wrong. On Thursday, the former I Am Cait star penned an op-ed for In the piece, the transgender advocate — who voted for Trump in the 2016 election — initially believed the Republican Party would stand up for the LGBTQ community. However, Jenner acknowledges this is…

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Army Base Stew for the Amerasian Soul

On existing as reminders of the trauma of U.S military occupation in Korea Youtube / Seonkyoung Longest Budaejjigae is always served in massive pots. Kept piping hot on a Butane burner, the dish is meant to be shared with a table full of people. With a name that translates to…

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VP Pence calls on Google to end work on a search engine for China

On Thursday, Vice President Mike Pence called for Google to end its development of a search engine custom built to accommodate China’s disposition for censorship. Pence gave the speech at a conservative think tank in D.C., dipping into a range of anti-Beijing sentiments, from intellectual property concerns to tariffs and…

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Watchdog says face scanning at US airports is plagued with technical problems

A watchdog report has warned that Homeland Security’s face scanning program, designed to track all departing travelers from the U.S., is facing “technical and operational challenges” that may not see the system fully working by the time of its estimated completion in 2021. The report by Homeland Security’s inspector general…

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This is what Americans think about the state of election security right now

A wide-ranging new poll yields some useful insight into how worried the average American feels about election threats as the country barrels toward midterms. The survey, conducted by NPR and researchers with Marist College, polled 949 adult U.S. residents in early September across regions of the country, contacting participants through both…

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Donald Trump Can Go F**k Himself For These Tweets Attacking Brett Kavanaugh’s Accuser! – Perez Hilton

Donald Trump‘s tweets are ALWAYS bad, but Friday morning, he crossed a line and did something truly disgusting — even relative to his own (already extremely low) standards. Just a couple hours ago, The Donald took a shot at Dr. Christine Blasey Ford, the woman who has bravely come forward with…

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People Have Spotted Something Hilariously NSFW About Hurricane Florence

As we head into the end of the week, Hurricane Florence is fast approaching the climax of her journey across the Atlantic to wreak devastation on the US East Coast – giving us some breathtaking – and slightly terrifying – footage as she comes. – And while the millions affected finalize their emergency plans, try to,…

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Donald Trump Jr. Posts Meme Mocking Brett Kavanaugh’s Attempted Rape Accusation – Perez Hilton

Donald Trump Jr. really making his case here for Worst Trump. And that is some race. Let’s rewind. In case you hadn’t heard, the woman accusing Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh of After deciding she was too worried about attacks on her family and her character (even going so far as to…

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Lira Falls to Fresh Record With No Letup in Turkey-U.S. Tensions

The grip of bears on Turkish assets tightened as the nation’s souring relationship with the U.S. added to investor concern over authorities’ inability to put a lid on inflation, sending its currency to a fresh record low and driving up bond yields. The lira plunged more than 3 percent to…

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Facebook bans Myanmar military accounts for enabling human rights abuses

Facebook is cracking down on the military leadership in Myanmar, the Southeast Asian country where the social network has been identified as a factor contributing to ethnic tension and violence. The U.S. company said today that it removed accounts belonging to Senior General Min Aung Hlaing, who is commander-in-chief of the armed…

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Activists push back on Facebooks decision to remove a DC protest event

A number of activists and organizers in the Washington, DC area are disputing Facebook’s decision to remove a counter-protest event for a rally organized by Jason Kessler, the white nationalist figure who planned the deadly 2017 rally in Charlottesville, Va. Facebook removed the event, “No Unite the Right 2-DC,” after discovering…

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Sex Education Lessons From Mississippi And Nigeria

Nigeria and Mississippi are a world apart physically, but the rural American state and the African country have much in common when it comes to the obstacles they had to overcome to implement sex education in their schools. Three lessons about overcoming these obstacles come out of research that several…

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1-Year-Old Baby Appears In Immigration Court, Cries Hysterically

in federal custody who appeared in immigration court without his parents in Phoenix briefly played with a ball, drank from a bottle, then “cried hysterically” as he was about to leave the courtroom Friday, according to The Associated Press. The little boy, identified in court only as Johan, was one of the…

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