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Tweeter-In-Chief: First Six Month Recap (2nd Month)

By Darrell Roberts 

President Trump has sent lots of tweets. The best tweets. Nobody tweets better than he does. Did you know that within his first six months in office that President Trump has sent a lot of tweets? 1,055 more words


Russia Reportedly Used Fake Facebook Accounts To Try Spying On Emmanuel Macron During The French Election

Russia firmly denied directly hacking the French election or leaking any emails related to it, but they never said anything about using fake Facebook profiles to keep tabs on campaign workers and spread misinformation. 377 more words

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Trump could seek 'tougher' Russia sanctions: White House aide

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – U.S. President Donald Trump could veto pending legislation that would slap new sanctions on Russia in order to push for a tougher deal than the one winding through Congress, a top White House aide said on Thursday.

“Oh, to go to Moscow, to Moscow!”

By Nelly Nersesyan

I am what you might call the repeat offender of immigrants.

I moved to this country twice: the first time, in 1991, when I was just ten years old, the decision was obviously not my own. 771 more words

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China, Russia pledge coordination on strategic security

Chinese State Councilor Yang Jiechi and Russian Security Council Secretary Nikolai Patrushev co-chair the 13th round of strategic security consultation between China and Russia in Beijing, capital of China, July 26, 2017. 231 more words

Russian charged over $4 billion bitcoin laundering scheme

The US Department of Justice (DoJ) has charged a Russian Bitcoin exchange operator with 17 counts of laundering up to $4 billion since 2011. Alexander Vinnik was arrested earlier this week by Greek police, and shortly afterwards, security firm Wizsec identified him as a prime laundering suspect in the infamous $480 million Mt. 386 more words