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Read all about Trump’s rural internet plan

If you live in the country, there’s a good chance you don’t have broadband-speed internet. Only one in ten Americans lack access to a connection that meets the government’s new standard for the designation, but more than two thirds of them live in rural areas. In those regions, nearly 40 percent of people can’t get broadband. Experts worry this digital divide is slowing small-town economic development at a time when farm and factory jobs are vanishing and young people and retailers are fleeing for cities. Donald Trump, who capitalized on…

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LATEST:US shoots down another pro-regime drone in Syria

A US F-15E fighter jet shot down a pro-Syrian regime drone near At Tanf, Syria, on Monday, two US officials told CNN, the third downing of a pro-regime aircraft this month. The US-led international coalition later confirmed the incident in a statement, saying the armed drone was downed “after it displayed hostile intent and advanced on Coalition forces” that “were manning an established combat outpost to the northeast of At Tanf where they are training and advising partner ground forces in the fight against ISIS.” The drone was downed just…

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WHEN POLICE KILL: CHARLEENA LYLES, A BLACK WOMAN, WAS PREGNANT WHEN SHE DIED

When Charleena Lyles, a black woman living in Seattle, called police to report an attempted burglary at her home on Sunday morning, she most likely didn’t know it would be the last phone call she would make. The soon-to-be mother-of-four was shot and killed by officers responding to her call, after officers said she displayed a knife upon their arrival to her home, according to The Seattle Times. Lyles’ two sons and daughter were inside the home when police fired off rounds at their mother. They were not harmed during the…

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Russia threatens to treat U.S. coalition aircraft as targets over Syria

MOSCOW — Russia on Monday angrily condemned the downing of a Syrian aircraft by a U.S. fighter as a “flagrant violation of international law,” and said its forces will treat U.S.-led coalition aircraft and drones as targets if they are operating in Syrian airspace west of the Euphrates while Russian aviation is on combat missions. The Russian Defense Ministry also said it is suspending an agreement to minimize the risk of in-flight incidents between Russian and U.S.-led coalition aircraft operating over Syria. Russia, which has provided military support to Syrian President Bashar…

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7 US sailor dead in flooded compartments on US Navy destroyer

Seven missing sailors from the USS Fitzgerald were found dead in flooded berthing compartments following the warship’s collision with a merchant vessel, a US military official said. The Navy’s 7th Fleet said searchers found the bodies Sunday morning, Japan time, after the guided-missile destroyer returned to its base in Japan. “This loss is something we all feel,” Vice Adm. Joseph Aucoin, commander of the US 7th Fleet, told reporters alongside the ship at Yokosuka Naval Base in Japan Sunday. “We have found a number of the remains … of our…

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America Is Losing in Afghanistan

Jim Mattis, the former commander of all Middle East wars, now secretary of defense, said on Tuesday the U.S. is not winning the war in Afghanistan. The new admission from the retired Marine Corps four-star general comes as Congress grows increasingly impatient for a new strategy from the Trump administration for America’s longest war, as Taliban insurgents continue to regain ground and increase power, including launching coordinated attacks on American troops and journalists in recent weeks. Mattis’ comments were in response to an inquiry from Sen. John McCain, the chairman…

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Trump is breaking all of Obama’s rules in Syria

President Barack Obama’s options in Syria were limited by his efforts to negotiate the Iran nuclear deal. US President Donald Trump doesn’t have those limitations and is free to strike Syrian President Bashar Assad’s regime and Iranian-backed groups. Trump has called Iran’s bluff but risks Iranian-backed militias striking US forces. As US President Donald Trump enjoyed chocolate cake with Chinese President Xi Jinping at Mar-a-Lago in April, he ordered the military to do something his predecessor hadn’t dared: directly strike Syrian President Bashar Assad’s regime. Trump, a political neophyte then inside…

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US senator Gives Credit To ISIS For Helping US Air Force

United States Senator John McCain from Arizona, has given credit to the Islamic State (ISIS ) and its leader, for extending the life of the A-10 Thunderbolt II fighter jet. Arizona Daily Star reports: “If you had to give the majority of credit somewhere, I would give it to Mr. Baghdadi in ISIS, cause we had to go into Syria. We had to go after ISIS. The A-10 is still the most capable weapon to do that,” McCain told the Arizona Daily Star during a meeting Friday afternoon, citing the head of…

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About 3800 People Are Jailed In New York For The Crime Of Being Poor

Every day of 2016, New York City held an average of 7,633 people in jail for pretrial detention. Pretrial detention means that these are people who have yet to be convicted of any crime, and who are, in one of our criminal justice system’s most important stipulations, presumed innocent. The United States is setting a new precedent for its civilians.  If you’re poor, you get to face time in the slammer for the crime of not being able to post bail.  Whatever happened to “innocent until proven guilty?” Because 3800 of…

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US Drops Leaflets In Tanf To Warn Syrian Military Not To Advance, Orders Retreat

In a blatant but not altogether surprising display of arrogance and aggression, the United States recently dropped leaflets on the al-Tanf road, warning the Syrian military to halt its advance toward Tanf and demanding a retreat. According to reports both by Leith Abou Fadel of Al-Masdar and from SouthFront, the leaflets were dropped after the Syrian military had advanced to the Shehmi area, which is located about 55km from the city of Tanf. The leaflets not only warned the SAA to stop advancing but demanded that it withdraw to the…

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TOP ISIS Leaders Fled To America Under Secret CIA Project

A Kremlin report released this week has revealed that the Obama administration have allowed at least 13 top ISIS commanders to enter the United States posing as immigrants in order to prevent Russian troops from capturing them. Russia have accused the U.S. of protecting their “assets” in a move that has been likened to Operation Paperclip during World War 2 – in which over 1,500 Nazi war criminals were allowed to secretly enter the United States. Whatdoesitmean.com reports: According to this report, in the waning days of World War II, and immediately…

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NASA Hacker Claims USA Has War Ships In Space

High-profile hacker Gary McKinnon claims to have some interesting information about the US Navy’s intergalactic operation – there is a top-secret fleet of “eight to ten” war ships in space, with around 25 “Non-terrestrial officers” on their books. Gary McKinnon is a British lifelong ufologist and computer expert, whose 2002 arrest for hacking into the US Navy and NASA systems was described as the ‘biggest military computer hack of all time.’ McKinnon claimed NASA’s security was so lax back then, he didn’t expect to get caught. He used a program…

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