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New Colorado Bill Could Implement Nanotechnology to Track Legal Cannabis
Journalist Ben Swann Is Returning Thanks To DASH Cryptocurrency
House Extends Controversial Surveillance Measure For 6 Years Despite Bipartisan Resistance
Stop Calling Me Skinny (Or, Dealing with Body Issues as a Man) [Steemit Exclusive]
When Will Trump Supporters in The Freedom Movement Realize They Were Duped?
Lawsuit Seeks to Force Disclosure of Trump Administration's Secret Kill List
U.S. Judge Rules Trump Administration Must Provide Detained American With Legal Counsel
EPA Contradicts Its Own Research, Claims Roundup Poses No Risk to Humans
Trump Administration Is Trying To Push Through an Extension of Controversial Spying Measure
Removing the AltRight Infection from the American Libertarian Movement
As the Carnegie Council calls for global governance to regulate climate engineering, advocates and opponents of the controversial technology prepare for a looming policy debate.
The Federal Communications Commission’s removal of net neutrality protections on Thursday has ominous implications for big telecoms to throttle internet service. Investigative journalist Derrick Broze tells “News with Ed” that the repeal of net neutrality rules could lead to the direct blocking of independent and alternative media