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Animated Map Shows How Five of the Biggest Religions Spread Across the World

Did Christianity develop out of Judaism? When and where did Islam, the second-largest religion, originate? How did Hinduism, the world’s oldest organized religion, followed by over 950 million people, grww and spread without a founder? Was Buddhism a government-sanctioned religion?

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Navy awards Chris Kyle extra medals he said he earned

After The Intercept published their Freedom of Information Act requests – it was revealed that Chris Kyle may have embellished his count of medals and awards. The Navy has taken steps this week to make sure to award the “deadliest sniper” has the heroic ending he needs. Navy Spokesman Lt. Matthew Cole said the discrepancy, one Silver Star and two Bronze Stars for valor, was the Navy’s own fault. “The SEAL leadership was aware of the difference, but didn’t want to correct the record because Kyle’s celebrity status reflected well on the command.” says Cole “However this time around we gave him a few extra medals.”

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First drug-resistant 'superbug' confirmed in US

Antibiotic-resistant bacteria has been discovered for the first time in the U.S., which health officials say could mean the end of the antibiotic era. The new strain was confirmed by Department of Defense researchers in an alarming study published Thursday. The researchers called it “the emergence of a truly pan-drug resistant bacteria."

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The Truth About Syria: A Manufactured War Against An Independent Country

WASHINGTON — (Analysis) In late April, President Barack Obama announced that 250 U.S. special operations troops are being deployed to Syria. Unlike the Russian and Iranian forces aiding anti-terrorism efforts in the country, the U.S. military personnel have entered Syria against the wishes of the internationally recognized government.

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This Is How Much Your Health Insurance Payment Will Surge

It's official: years of warnings that Obamacare will lead to dramatic increases in healthcare premiums are about to be validated.

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'EcoSexual' students at SMC 'marry the ocean'

Earlier this month, a professor at Santa Monica College led students in an ‘EcoSexual Sextravaganza’ in which participants ‘married the ocean.’

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Gates Foundation ‘doubling down’ on Common Core

The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation says it is “doubling down” on its efforts to help teachers adapt to the Common Core education standards.

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Artificial Intelligence Isn’t Just About Intelligence, but Manipulating Humanity

Imagine a flying saucer lands in Time Square and an alien steps out carrying the game of Go. He walks up the nearest person and says the classic line – “Take me to your best player.” Now, let’s assume that the alien spent years studying how humans play Go, watching replays of every major match.

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Latest Police Militarization Program a Federally-Sponsored Gunshow that Never Ends

Despite growing awareness and even public outrage in the wake of unrest in Ferguson, the federal government continues to equip state and local police departments with military weapons.

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Indictment rate for Israeli authorities following abuse of Palestinians just 3% – rights group to RT

The rate of indictment for Israeli military authorities accused of killing or injuring Palestinians is around three percent and therefore complaining in this flawed system is useless, the CEO of a prominent human rights group B'Tselem told RT.

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Seniors Now The Fastest Growing Demographic Of Cannabis Users

As the U.S. becomes more comfortable with the end of cannabis prohibition, many of the arguments sustaining the drug war will come to be acknowledged as being the ridiculouspropaganda that they were. For example, the lie about marijuana being the gateway drug that sends a person spiraling down the path of hard drug use and criminal activity is being completely overthrown as even recreational legalization is simply not causing these problems.

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Too Poor to Make Bail? They’ll Cage You for That: Lawsuit Exposes Horrors of the US InJustice System

A Texas jail has been caging people who are too poor to afford bail, according to a new lawsuit.

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Senator Chuck Schumer Played Cruel Hoax On 9/11 Victims Seeking Justice

“If Saudi Arabia participated in terrorism, of course they should be able to be sued,” Democratic Senator Chuck Schumer said in April regarding increasing calls from Americans to unravel the truth behind the infamous 9/11 terrorist attacks. But his sentiment was misleading

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Activists and Investors Hold Exxon's Feet to the Fire for Climate Crimes

The demand for ExxonMobil to come clean with its investors, and the public, for its deliberate climate change deception was on full display in Dallas on Wednesday as activists rallied outside the oil giant's annual meeting calling on financial backers to "divest from Exxon's pollution, deception, and greed."

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BUSTED: Katie Couric Anti-Gun Doc Deceptively Edited to Make Pro-Gunners Look Foolish

What do you do if you're an anti-gun liberal making a propaganda film and you lose every single argument you have with pro-gun right-wingers? If you're Katie Couric, you simply edit your footage to make it look like you're a genius and your opponents are ignorant fools.

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The Bill to Allow 9-11 Victims to Sue Saudi Arabia Turns Out to Be a Chuck Schumer Led Scam

Last week’s unanimous passage of a Senate bill making it easier for 9/11 families to sue Saudi Arabia and other foreign terror sponsors was widely heralded as a major victory. It’s more of a cruel hoax.

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Desperate Venezuela Begins to Sell Its Gold Reserves

Venezuela’s gold reserves have plunged to their lowest level on record after it sold $1.7 billion of the precious metal in the first quarter of the year to repay debts, reports FT. The country’s gold reserves have dropped almost a third over the past year and it sold over 40 tons in February and March, according to IMF data.

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Oil refineries and nuclear power plants have shut down due to mass strikes

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LA Senate Passes Total Gun Ban After Radical Muslims They Let In Killed People

The state Senate on Thursday approved sweeping new restrictions on using guns in California in response to the December mass shooting by two terrorists that left 14 dead in San Bernardino. Lawmakers approved 11 bills including measures mandating background checks for Californians buying ammunition and outlawing the manufacture and sale of semiautomatic rifles with detachable magazines.

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State of emergency in Peru over mercury poisoning from illegal gold mining

Peruvian President Ollanta Humala has declared a 60-day state of emergency in a large remote area of the Amazon jungle as levels of mercury from illegal gold mining have reached record high levels. According to country's environment minister, as many as 50,000 people or 41% of the population of the gold-rich Madre de Dios region, bordering Brazil, has been exposed to mercury contamination.

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