Monthly Archives: February 2019

Cartel Ambushes Mexican Soldiers near Texas Border

An ambush by gunmen from a faction of Los Zetas killed one Mexican soldier and injured two others in Nuevo Laredo. Three attackers working for a convicted terrorist also died in the incident just south of Laredo, Texas. Mexican military officials have not released any information on the attack, however unofficial sources with direct knowledge revealed to Breitbart News the

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Facebook security app used to ‘spy’ on competitors

A report by a Commons committee has detailed Facebook’s use of an application to “spy” on users. The cross-party group said that Facebook used its Onavo virtual private network (VPN) app to gather information on competitors. The MPs claim Facebook “intentionally and knowingly violated both data privacy and anti-competition laws”. The report, which is more than 100 pages long, also

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Israeli Summit of European Powers Collapses Amid Holocaust Dispute

An Israeli summit hosting Eastern European governments fell apart Monday after Israel’s top diplomat said Poles “suckled anti-Semitism with their mother’s milk,” the latest clash between two governments largely aligned except on where to apportion blame for the wartime murder of Jews. Poland pulled out of the meeting, planned to take place in Jerusalem, after a series of comments by

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‘Killer’ cells raise hope of universal flu vaccine

Scientists said Monday they had discovered immune cells that can fight all known flu viruses in what was hailed as an “extraordinary breakthrough” that could lead to a universal, one-shot vaccine against the killer disease. Influenza epidemics, largely seasonal, kill hundreds of thousands of people each year, according to the World Health Organization. Due to its mutating strains, vaccine formulas

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The Birth of a Monster

The Federal Reserve’s doors have been open for “business” for one hundred years. In explaining the creation of this money-making machine (pun intended — the Fed remits nearly $100 bn. in profits each year to Congress) most people fall into one of two camps. Those inclined to view the Fed as a helpful institution, fostering financial stability in a world

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Border Crisis Triggering Spike in Meth Overdose Deaths- Ohio Detective

Ashtabula County Detective Taylor Cleveland appeared on “Fox & Friends” Monday to explain how the current border crisis has magnified Ohio’s methamphetamine problem. “It’s an economics problem. For years, Summit county in Akron and Ashtabula county east of Cleveland have led the state in meth labs. Traditionally that’s generally how people were producing meth in those two counties,” he said.

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Hungary Policy Touted as Symbol Against Migration Crisis

The Budapest Process interregional forum on migration will become a symbol for stopping pro-migration forces, Foreign Minister Peter Szijjarto said on Saturday, commenting on the forum’s next meeting held in Istanbul. At next Wednesday’s meeting, the Hungarian government will not allow the forum named after Budapest to become a platform for bringing more migrants to Europe, Szijjarto told MTI. The

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