Wiki woes

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The Department of Justice is preparing charges and will seek the arrest of WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange. More concerning, when asked if that decision would open up the possibility of other media outlets being prosecuted for covering leaks, Attorney General Jeff Sessions declined to comment.

ICYMI: Apple wants to move away from mineral mining. It just doesn’t know how to yet.

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Justice Neil Gorsuch’s first decision on the Supreme Court led to a man’s death.

Bill O’Reilly left Fox News pretty comfortably; despite numerous allegations of sexual harassment, he will be paid a fortune that could be “tens of millions” of dollars.

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Amazon’s security contractor has come under fire — for reportedly failing to accommodate Muslim workers.

A new report once again warns that climate change will fuel militancy and violence.

Drug users in Las Vegas will soon be able to get clean needles from vending machines.


“Just watch the interlopers from all over the world come and install themselves in our home. They want to transform France into a giant squat.”

— French presidential candidate Marine Le Pen, on immigrants

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