Headlines You May Have Missed – Monday January 15th, 2018

Pot Wars- The Empire Strikes Back

Headlines You May Have Missed – Monday January 15th, 2018

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Join Paul Gordon as he covers Pot Wars, More Pot Wars, Skype Secure, The Great Chip Forward, The Moist Barrier Broken, Explosives from Turkey, Sophia Twitter Wars, Russian Rail Guns, and more on this episode of Headlines You May Have Missed.

Top Headlines

US House Bill Could Defund Potophobe Sessions’ Efforts
CO Senators Warn Treasury to Back Off Marijuana Banking
Skype to off End-to-End Encryption through Signal Protocol
Scientists Share First-Ever Design for Quantum Computing Chip
Bioelectronics to Break “Moist” Barrier
Turkish Ship Stopped by Greece, Caught Shipping Explosives to Libya
Supermodel in Sophia the Robot’s Target After Tweet Exchange
Russia Working on Own Rail Gun

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Russia’s Oligarchs Brace for US Report Listing Putin Friends
US-led coalition helps to build new Syrian force, angering Turkey
Catalan business leaders call for clarity as new regional parliament threatens fresh turmoil
Turkey rejects idea of ‘Privileged Partnership’ with European Union
NASA-Funded Research Will Let Unmanned Spacecraft “Think” Using AI and Blockchain
Bitcoin mining powers Canadian man’s innovative aquaponic garden
GM seeks US approval for car with no steering wheel
US Navy bolting LASER WEAPON onto lead warship for futuristic warfare
Maine’s federal prosecutor says he will focus on ‘hard drugs,’ not pot users
US Supreme Court to hear Washington state appeal of salmon habitat order
US Military to Strengthen Campaign in Afghanistan with Drones, Troops
Iraqi PM Abadi to seek re-election, in alliance with Iran-backed group
US Army base removes Chinese-made surveillance cameras
World Bank Unfairly Influenced Its Own Competitiveness Rankings
Iran Violated Yemen Arms Embargo, UN Experts Say
You Can Use a 3D Surface File to Print a 200-Million-Year-Old Dinosaur Skull at Home
Israeli researchers can now detect drones capturing illicit film
A Philadelphia mom became a global gun rights icon — and she’s pushing the GOP into unfamiliar territory
Dinosaur Fossil’s Secrets Unlocked Through 3D Scanning and 3D Printing
Japan’s latest sensation is a cryptocurrency pop group
In case of nuclear war, Air Force has 247 women at the ready
‘Every day I am crushed’: the stateless man held without trial by Australia for eight years
Ethereal Machines’ Halo takes 3D printing to a new dimension, literally
Defense Seeks Dismissal Of Bacon Murder Charges
China Steals a March on India as Left Govt Comes to Power in Nepal
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