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TYT YouTube
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When Sean Spicer wont defend you, you know things are bad. Cenk Uygur, host of The Young Turks, breaks it down. Tell us what you think in the comment section below. http://tytnetwork.com/go "Mike Flynn’s paid lobbying work on behalf of Turkish interests was arranged by a man with business ties to Russian President Vladimir Putin. Flynn was paid $600,000 last year by Ekim Alptekin, who has coordinated Turkish lobbying in the U.S. with DmitriDavidZaikin, a former executive in Russian energy and mining companies, reported Politico. Alptekin told the website that he hired Flynn, who was working for the Trump campaign at the time, with his own money and did not coordinate any lobbying for the Turkish government. The Ukraine-born Zaikin told Politico that he wasnt involved in Flynn’s lobbying, and both Alptekin and Zaikin denied knowing one another.
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Ruptly TV
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Members of the Russian embassy, World War II veterans and officials from other diplomatic missions in Washington DC gathered at the Arlington National Cemetery in Virginia to commemorate Elbe Day. Russian Ambassador to the US Sergei Kislyak took part in the wreath laying ceremony marking the day that Soviet and US troops met at the Elbe River near Torgau, Germany in 1945, considered a crucial step to bringing an end to the WWII. Two Russian war veterans, Azariy Iyadkin and 93-year-old Evgeniya Gitis, come every year from Baltimore to take part in the ceremony. Evgeniya stated that the number of veterans was shrinking each time she came; "there used to be 350 of us... now there are only 89 left." After the ceremony, volunteers from the Russian Youth of America went to the White House to give out St. George's Ribbons - a patriotic Russian military symbol, explaining the roots of the banner to passersby.
Ruptly TV
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The operation will go ahead towards this city, all that we know indicates that the units protecting people, The Syrian Democratic Forces and the International Coalition, are headed forward towards liberating Raqqa and Tabqa and the other areas that are still until IS control. All what matters is that the Turkish nation has been unmasked and is headed for the official announcement of alliance with IS in Syria or Iraq." SOT, Mustafa Bali, Kurdish Journalist (Arabic): "Turkey is always trying to form a link between the Kurdistan Workers' Party (PKK) and Rojava. The PKK is, of course, a national liberation movement, but it is inside the Turkish lands, they do not exist in Syrian lands or Rojava. And so, these excuses are only being marketed by Turkey to justify the attacks on the Kurdish people. Turkey is not attacking the Kurdish people in Syria or Rojava only, they are attacking the Kurdish people everywhere and at any time.
Techradar
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Uber's next big venture will be taking off sooner than you might think, both literally and figuratively. The ridesharing service company kicked off its Elevate Summit today, where it detailed Uber Elevate its long-term vision for getting around using vertical-takeoff-and-landing (VTOL) aircraft in place of standard road vehicles. Not only is Uber betting big on flying cars, but it appears it will have a working demonstration ready for the public in time for the 2020 World Expo in Dubai, according to Engadget . The Elevate Summit, which is taking place in Dallas, TX from April 25-27, features keynote presentations from a variety of speakers discussing the steps Uber needs to take and the hurdles it sees ahead in making the currently fantastical Uber Elevate a reality. The speakers feature an entire Rolodex's worth of executives and researchers from various aeronautical firms and tech groups to include NASA discussing the technical aspects of Uber Elevate, while representatives from regulatory agencies such as the US Federal Aviation Authority are also present to round out logistic and legal concerns about the project.
Techradar
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Uber's next big venture could be taking off sooner than expected, both figuratively and literally. The ridesharing company kicked off its Elevate Summit today, where it intends to detail Uber Elevate its long-term vision for getting around using vertical-takeoff-and-landing (VTOL) aircraft in place of standard road vehicles. Not only is Uber betting big on flying cars, but it appears it will have a working demonstration ready for the public in time for the 2020 World Expo in Dubai, according to Engadget . The Elevate Summit, which is taking place in Dallas, TX from April 25-27, features keynote presentations from a variety of speakers discussing the steps Uber will have to take (and the hurdles it sees ahead) in making the currently fantastical Uber Elevate a reality. The speakers feature an entire Rolodex's worth of executives and researchers from various aeronautical firms and tech groups to include NASA discussing the technical aspects of Uber Elevate, while representatives from regulatory agencies such as the FAA will also be present to round out logistic and legal concerns about the project.
Mental Floss
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BMW Blog
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The BMW E36 M3 has a cult following that is constantly growing as time goes by. Understandably so too, as the E36 was a truly special car to begin with. Being the first M3 to be offered in Coupe, Convertible and even Sedan guise, you can definitely see how a large following can form, made up of people appreciating more than one body type. Admittedly, it also has a troubling history with engines. US fans of the M division and BMW as a whole have plenty of reasons to be angry at the both of them as the North American version of the M3 was using a drastically different – and underpoweredversion of the Euro-spec model. The E36 M3 is also the only M car to date to get a new engine along with its facelift. The car in the video below is using the upgraded version also known by enthusiasts by its codename: S50B32. The last two numbers tell us the engine size, the facelifted M3 having a 3.
The Event Chronicle
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The Event Chronicle
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By Melissa Dykes The phraseconspiracy theorist” gets thrown around these days like pies get thrown around in an episode of The Three Stooges. It has become so overused in fact that it almost doesnt mean anything anymore (and has been superseded by the “fake newspsyop as a means of discrediting truly independent media that criticizes the establishment or asks too many questions). Once upon a time, being a conspiracy theorist wasnt automatically akin to being a crazy tin foil hatter. That all changed swiftly after John F. Kennedy’s assassination, when polls showed nearly half the country was not buying the Warren Commission’s findings or its report solidifying the government’s official version of events; a Gallup poll reported in January 1967 that at least 46% of the country did not believe Oswald acted alone. (Bear in mind this was a full decade before the House Select Committee on Assassinations investigated JFK’s murder and concluded that, “Scientific acoustical evidence establishes a high probability that two gunmen fired at President John F.
Techradar
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Emoji has become the short form language of choice amongst many and its easy to see why. Instead of words, people can chat solely with a large catalog of pictures that have a nearly universal meaning, so it transcends regional barriers. But while the utility of emoji seems to top-off as just a more fun and convenient form of chatting, Samsungs new Wemojee app proves that emoji can also be a useful means to reintroduce communication skills to those suffering from disabilities. Who would have thought? Time to take emoji seriously Shown off in the video below, Wemojee is said to work as a solution for people who experience aphasia, the inability to talk, read or write. The woman in the video suffered from a cerebral aneurysm and while she can hear, she unfortunately can no longer express herself in the form of words, both spoken or written.
NASCAR
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Dale Earnhardt Jr. may be retiring from full-time driving after 2017, but he thinks the sport is in good hands with drivers such as Kyle Larson and Chase Elliott.
The Event Chronicle
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Hard truths from the man who wrote the book on the Fed By Adam Taggart G. Edward Griffin, the author of the seminal book on the formation of the Federal Reserve, The Creature of Jekyll Island , joins the podcast this week to add his perspective to our ongoing critical examination of the Fed and the impact its actions are having on society. The Creature from Jekyll Island: A Second Look at the Federal Reserve by G. Edward Griffin Meeting Ed and getting to spend time with him was a real honor for Chris and me. His breadth of knowledge of the central banking system as well as his engaging manner of storytelling are masterful. Plus, he's simply a wonderfully kind person. Ed's decades of research and critique of the Federal Reserve, sadly, have left him with conclusions that corroborate our own. Despite its carefully-crafted image as an essential public servant, Griffin concludes it is anything but.
Fox News
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Connecticut man Richard Dabate, who is charged with killing his wife Connie, claimed she was murdered by an intruder at a specific time in 2015. But now her Fitbit records are contradicting his alibi
Reuters
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The Event Chronicle
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By the ANONYMOUS PATRIOTS At first, this article might make you mad as hell. Then some of you might feel stupid, betrayed, gullible, used, sorrowful. The Anonymous Patriots ask that you face the LIES you have been told your entire life about energy, wars, banking, and life in general. Then educate yourself on the amazing solutions that we could begin to use immediately to bring, literally , a free energy revolution to the world . As we emerge out of the sea of lies, let’s BELIEVE that we can change the world. Please take your time reading this article, then share this insight with everyone you know in a way that they can best understand the message. Patriots, let’s break out of this prison planet. The big oil and petrochemical industry has perpetrated LIES to enslave humanity to oil consumption by making us believe that it is the preferred and best energy source available to us.
Red Bull
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Red Bull
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The Event Chronicle
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How many times have you, the reader, asked aloud, “But where did all that national debt money GO?” To Ms. Fitts, the construction and maintenance of the Secret Space Program is the answer to that question. Minute marker 20:24 A digital currency is a harvesting machine. If we look at the group that’s leading this, one thing we notice is that they have an overhead problem. We have taken one civilization and we’ve created a financial mechanism that finances two civilizations at the same time without the first civilization realizing it. To Catherine Austin Fitts, the Secret Space Program is just as real a factor in our economy as the next debt crisis. (Image: Disclose.tv) So think of it like a bigamist who creates two independent families. He ends up with two wives and two families. They lead a double life in two cities. He has an overhead problem.
Mashable
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There wasn't a snowball's chance in hell that Disney was just gonna let it go. Frozen was a massive smash hit from just about any angle, which meant a sequel was all but inevitable. Now, we finally know when it'll arrive. SEE ALSO: The 10 best Disney villain songs The studio has revealed that Frozen 2 will drop into theaters on November 27, 2019 six years to the day after the first one debuted and got "Let It Go" permanently stuck in our heads for the rest of time. Frozen 2 is coming to theaters November 27, 2019! pic.twitter.com/iW4JR2RSfm Disney Animation (@DisneyAnimation) April 25, 2017 Read more... More about Frozen 2 , Frozen , Disney Animation Studios , Movies , and Entertainment