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Jewish Author: Christians Face Danger in America

A New York Times bestselling author is warning that Christians are in real danger of persecution – in America.And this warning comes from a surprising source, a prominent secular Jew.

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‘Our tolerance has limits!’ Expel US envoy for acting like ‘occupation commissioner’, says German MP

Berlin seems to be losing patience with the US ambassador who didn’t mince his words over German defense spending. A high-ranking MP demanded that the envoy be sent home because he acts “like an occupation commissioner.”

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Sex lives collide when millennials move back home

In a multi generational household, things can get awkward. Someone should have warned me about how hard it is to empty a nest of millennial’s. According to the Pew Research Center, 15% of adults between the ages of 25 and 35 were living with their parents in 2016. If your adult children didn’t finish college […]

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How to Keep Your Muscles in Good ‘Functional’ Shape

This podcast explains why resistance training is so important for people 50+ Today, as part of our Fitness Friday series, we hear from returning guest Sabrena Jo, the director of science and research content for the American Council on Exercise. She shares important information on new research that answers questions about cardiovascular exercise, weight training, […]

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German MEP Vows to Use ‘All Tools’ to Stop Nord Stream 2’s Construction

Earlier this week, the European Parliament adopted a resolution calling for the stopping of the Nord Stream 2 gas pipeline, which the document claimed boosts the EU’s dependence on Russian gas supplies and threatens the bloc’s energy security.

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EU Reaffirms Commitment to Policy of Non-Recognition of Crimean Referendum

MOSCOW (Sputnik) – The European Union reaffirmed its commitment to the policy of non-recognition of the results of the referendum in Crimea, after which the peninsula rejoined Russia, EU foreign policy chief Federica Mogherini said in a statement on Sunday, amid the fifth anniversary of the peninsula’s reunification with Russia.

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Boeing 737 MAX Shock: Pilots REVEALED to Have Learned How to Fly Plane on iPad

Two major accidents in less than five months, which killed a total of 346 people, raised concerns about the safety of Boeing’s brand-new 737 MAX aircraft. It emerged that pilots did not practice flying these planes in simulators, because the company and authorities deemed it unnecessary.

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Economic recovery talk is smoke & mirrors as corporate debt bubble ready to bust – Richard Wolff

Low interest rates allowed companies to borrow money at no cost. But instead of increasing productivity, the financing was used to drive up the cost of shares, setting the stage for imminent collapse, Prof. Richard Wolff told RT.

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Profit v passenger safety: Why the US was the last to ground troubled Boeing jets

Despite two deadly crashes in five months the US Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) and Boeing insisted on the airworthiness of the 737 Max. It wasn’t until the rest of the world grounded the plane that the US finally conceded.

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Washington Accuses Huawei of Activities US Was Busted for by Snowden – Spokesman

The Trump administration has made it clear to Berlin that if it did not bar Huawei Technologies Co. from building Germany’s 5G next-generation mobile networks, Washington would limit the country’s access to US intelligence. Speaking to Sputnik, Patrick Berger, a spokesman for Huawei’s German branch, commented on the US’ campaign against the firm.

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Trump Vetoes Border Emergency Rebuke Passed by US Lawmakers

Marking a first during his presidency, US President Donald Trump signed his first-ever veto on Friday, rejecting a congressional resolution to overturn his decision to declare a national emergency at the US-Mexico border.

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Did the West really ‘lose’ in Syria?

Eight years after the conflict in Syria began, gloomy ‘how did it all go wrong for the West’ articles are appearing. Actually, there was no defeat for ‘the West’. The alternative to the Assad government prevailing was far worse.

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‘Interim president’ of Venezuela not violating rules because they were changed for him – Abrams

The US-backed ‘interim president’ of Venezuela Juan Guaido isn’t violating the 30-day constitutional limit because the legislature backing him voted to make it not apply, ‘explained’ the US special envoy Elliott Abrams.

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‘Change your course!’: Pompeo threatens ICC over US war crimes probe

In an effort to threaten everyone into not investigating US or Israeli war crimes in the International Criminal Court, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo says anyone involved in such probes will lose their visa and may be sanctioned.

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Opium poppy growth to become legal in Russia to counter possible Western sanctions

The Russian parliament has furthered a bill, which seeks to legalize growth of plants that can be used to produce opioids. The measure is meant to ensure that Russia has a steady supply of raw materials for producing painkillers.

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