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Topics today include:
European media writing pro-US stories under CIA pressure - German journo
Reporter Udo Ulfkotte, Who Exposed Governments Creating Fake News War Propaganda, Found Dead
Tesla Finishes First Solar Roofs—Including Elon's House
Rabbit ears are back! Antenna sales back on the rise as millennials are shocked to discover broadcast TV is FREE
A Dinosaur So Well Preserved It Looks Like a Statue
West Virginia's Democratic governor will flip to Republican Party
Trump Has Quietly Accomplished More than You Might Know
Senate Confirms Surgeon General, Other HHS Picks
Special Counsel Robert Mueller Reportedly Assembles Grand Jury, Ramping Up Russia Probe
Blackwater founder wants to boost the Afghan air war with his private air force
Pulitzer-Prize Winning Reporter: FBI Report Shows It Was Seth Rich – Not Russians – Who Gave DNC Emails to Wikileaks
NSA Officials and Computer Expert: Forensic Evidence Proves DNC Emails Were LEAKED, Not Hacked
Russia Hacking Allegations Driven By a Serial Liar
Leaked Transcripts Show How Foreign Leaders Manipulate Trump
‘This deal will make me look terrible’: Full transcripts of Trump’s calls with Mexico and Australia
5 Egregious Moments From Trump’s Leaked Phone Calls With World Leaders
Trump critics say latest leaks go too far
Italy's Youth Unemployment Problem
Operations in Iraq more extensive than officials let on
The Russians Are Glad Trump Detests the New Sanctions
Brazil’s Temer Escapes Corruption Trial to Focus on Economy
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