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Mass killings, school shootings may be contagious – study
A new study found that mass killings and school shootings inspire similar violent attacks for an average of 13 days after the initial tragedy. The study also that found mass shootings were significantly higher in states with a high rate of gun ownership.

03.07.2015 03:03

Taste of their own medicine: Syrian rebels execute ISIS terrorists, mimicking jihadists’ tactics
The Syrian opposition group, Jaysh al-Islam has executed 18 alleged Islamic State militants. A video emerged of the rebel organization imitating many of the jihadist group’s own execution recordings, including similar sound effects and visuals.

01.07.2015 12:06

Justice Dept. blasts Ferguson police response to protests in leaked report
Police trying to control the Ferguson protests had contradictory policies, violated free speech rights, and antagonized people with military-style tactics, said a new Justice Department report summary acquired by the St. Louis Post-Dispatch.

01.07.2015 01:51

Oklahoma’s top court orders removal of 10 Commandments monument
Oklahoma’s top court ruled that the 10 Commandments monument situated on capitol grounds violates state laws prohibiting the use of government property for the benefit of a religion.

01.07.2015 01:31

Russophrenia - an illness in need of a cure
Russophrenia - a condition where the sufferer believes Russia is both about to collapse, and take over the world. Since 2013, instances of this ailment have reached epidemic-like proportions in certain parts of Washington, London and Brussels.

30.06.2015 13:25

Parliament approves amendments to ‘right to be forgotten’ bill
Russia’s lower house of parliament, the State Duma, has passed in a second reading a bill ordering internet search engines to delete links to information about users, but altered it so that it does not include data that is truthful and up to date.

30.06.2015 13:00

New Zealand law on cyber-bullying criticized for curbing ‘freedom of speech’
New Zealand’s government has passed a controversial law designed to protect children from cyber-bullying. It will create a new criminal offense, punishable by up to two years in prison, for posting material online that deliberately causes serious harm.

30.06.2015 08:08

NBC severs business ties to Donald Trump after insulting Mexicans
NBC has ended its relationship with real estate mogul and presidential candidate Donald Trump, because of his “derogatory statements…regarding immigrants.” During campaign announcement Trump called Mexican immigrants drug dealers and rapists

29.06.2015 22:41

Patrick Macnee: The Avengers and a lament for a lost Britain
The actor Patrick Macnee, the star of the cult 1960s British adventure series The Avengers, who died last week aged 93, has been widely mourned.

29.06.2015 14:46

CNN spots ‘ISIS flag’ at London LGBT march – featuring dildos & anal plugs
CNN’s Newsroom reported what it termed the ‘unnerving sight’ of the black-and-white flag of the terrorist group Islamic State flying over an LGBT Pride march in London. The news channel apparently failed to notice the flag featured sex toys.

28.06.2015 06:28

Tweeting Rainbow: Social media explodes in gay pride after SCOTUS ruling
Social media erupted into a storm of rainbows following a landmark ruling by the US Supreme Court making same-sex marriage a legal right in all 50 states.

26.06.2015 19:04

Britain a magnet for cyber-attacks, intl espionage, says MoD chief
Britain’s military must grapple with “hundreds if not thousands” of attempted cyber-attacks each day and is a magnet for international espionage, a Ministry of Defence (MoD) chief says.

26.06.2015 11:10