Headlines You May Have Missed – December 30th, 2017

When politicians profit from Trump’s wall, the neoliberal reality behind new tech, 3D-printed organ breakthrough, free market net neutrality cure, funding the AI net, and more on today’s edition of Headlines You May Have Missed.

 

How a Local Bureaucrat Made Millions Amid the Rush to Build a Border Fence
Psychopolitics: Neoliberalism and New Technologies of Power by Byung-Chul Han – review
Organs printed from bio-ink closer to reality
How some startups are trying to work around net neutrality repeal
SingularityNET’s $36 million ICO subscribed in 60 secs.
Two-Layer Graphene Material Can Stop Bullets And Change Wars Forever
White Nationalist Claims Lies Led to Post-Charlottesville Arrest
Growing divisions between east and west Europe set to be ‘bigger worry than Brexit’ for EU
NASA telescope survived HURRICANE to spot ‘hazardous’ 4 mile-wide asteroid
Facebook Says it is Deleting Accounts at the Direction of the US and Israeli Governments
Mini-Farming on 1 Acre – 12/29/17
Two randy barristers caught having sex in Supreme Court after boozy Christmas bash in Dublin
4 advantages of using a Bluetooth mesh network
The Supreme Court is Silk Road founder Ross Ulbricht’s last hope
Ruger’s New EC9s – An Economical Choice
First ever test of a hypersonic equipped missile that is intended for operational deployment
Iranian Hardliners Hold Rallies a Day After Economy Protests
North Korea SHOCK warning: ‘War or chaos’ only options if UN sanctions fail to stop Kim
In lawsuit, Philly officers say supervisors told them to lie about arrests
Trump Justice Department Pushes for Citizenship Question on Census, Alarming Experts
5G technology to transform telecom industry: Reliance Jio’s Mathew Oommen
Watch: Humanoid Robot ‘Sophia’ malfunctions during Q&A session at IIT-Bombay
China’s new army of nationalist trolls is an all-volunteer force
Homeland Security Practice Of Separating Children From Parents Triggers Complaint
ECB: bitcoin threatens Europe’s financial stability
NH Supreme Court poised to rule in ‘Free the Nipple’ appeal
UK Companies Could Use ICOs to Overcome Brexit Investment Slowdown
Ripple Becomes Largest Altcoin As Bitcoiners Issue Warnings
Bitcoin tensions rise as investors claim banks freezing their accounts
FCC weakens limits on owning TV stations, easing Sinclair-Tribune deal
Could the feds take your guns?
Gun Owners of America: Stop Funding the ATF and They’ll Leave Our Bump Stocks Alone
Ruger resurrects their pistol caliber carbine line with the 9mm PC (VIDEO)
It’s surprisingly easy to program living tissue to form new 3D shapes
A wrap-up of prepper potties
£60m fund for new UK children’s television shows to challenge YouTube and Facebook
China and US AI rivalry like space  race of the 1950s, Jim Breyer says
Mini Is The First Major Automaker To Sell Custom And Personalized 3D-Printed Accessories
Forecast on 3D Bioprinted Organ Transplants Market Global Industry Analysis and Trends Till 2026
Facebook apologizes after report shows inconsistencies in removing hate speech
‘Brussels OVERWHELMED by infighting’ Expert claims 2018 will EXPOSE cracks in the EU
Pasco police shot and killed him. Now lawyers can’t agree who gets $750000
Local judge overrules Rauner on union dues, but US Supreme Court case could decide issue
Judge orders RJ Reynolds to keep paying Florida millions
Free speech in the courtroom: Top 5 campus lawsuits of 2017
Democracy Under Attack: Maine Politicians Go After Entire Citizens’ Initiative Process
Forfeitures in crimes serve as deterrent, officials say
US to accept transgender military recruits as Trump administration decides not to challenge court order
In gerrymandering case, judge recommends Pa. Supreme Court uphold congressional map
Korea’s FCC wants Apple to explain why it secretly slowed old iPhones
This New Nanomaterial is Strong, Flexible, and Groundbreaking
Crypto Community Pushes Ethereum Founder To The Brink
Is Bitcoin enabling right-wing extremists?
Russia Considers Global Approaches Before Drafting Crypto Mining Bill
What is OilCoin? The new US cryptocurrency explained
Turkey Says Greece Granting Asylum to Alleged Coup Plotter Will Affect Ties
Somaliland:Ministers resolve adhering to President’s envisaged 120 days plan
Japan serious about improving China relations: Chief Secretary Suga
Catalonia’s Elections Take Spain Back to Square One
Syrian offensive against Kurds would be a ‘mistake’: Mattis
Russian tankers fuelled North Korea via transfers at sea: reports
Iran, Turkey Discuss Closer Ties in Legal-Judicial Fields
Iran, Russia Discuss Preparations for Syrian Congress
Russia supreme court rules Kremlin critic cannot run for president
Macron gets tough as France struggles to deal with migrants
Large ISIS bastion encircled in east Syria amid relentless advance by pro-Coalition forces towards Abu Kamal
Putin Vows Russia Will Keep Permanent Presence in Syria
Newspaper: Iraq heading towards US-militia confrontations
US ‘strongly condemns the arrest of peaceful protesters’ in Iran
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