Headlines You May Have Missed – Wednesday – January 17th, 2018

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Headlines You May Have Missed – Wednesday – January 17th, 2018

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Join Paul Gordon as he covers NSA Heaven, IoT’s EU Reg Burden, Turks v The World, Madrid’s Election Fail and more on this episode of Headlines You May Have Missed

Top Headlines

US Senate Set to Pass Warrentless Surveillance Bill This Week
EU Looks to Reign in Internet of Things with Regs Before it Explodes
Turks Still Preparing to Invade Rojavan Enclave
US Plans Could Secure Rojava Against Turkish Threats
Turks Turn to NATO to Stop US Arming, Training Kurds
Russians Stick by Syrian Kurds in Sochi Congress
Madrid Threatens to Extend Direct Rule over Catalonia After Election Failure
China Developing Drone Swarm Army, and They’re Not Alone
Regulation Nation Throws Monkey Wrench at Tiny Homes in Cape Cod
World Bank Accused of Numbers Manipulation to Hurt Chile in Report
AI Can Customize Your Med Care by Detecting Age of Your Cells
Net Neutrality Restoration Bill Has 49 Votes and Counting in Senate
West Virginia Bill Would Make Bible Studies Mandatory in Schools
NAFTA is NOT Dead, Says Trump
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Scientists Create Miniature Gamma Ray Bursts to Study Black Holes
Twitter Tried to Curb Abuse. Now It Has to Handle the Backlash
East TN prepper: Hawaii false alert should serve as wake-up call
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Roger Federer takes aim at tennis ROBOTS after Australian Open win
IMF’s noose of austerity challenges Arab world’s only democracy
Facebook gave up on news too soon, for no good reason
Minesto to develop smaller ‘sea kite’ wave tech
China to Coordinate Against ”3000 Fake Blockchain” Platforms
How robot math and smartphones led researchers to a drug discovery breakthrough
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The Rebirth of Somaliland;The Epoch of Military Dictatorship and the repression of the North-8
Japan’s Largest Bank to Launch Cryptocurrency Exchange
France Creates Working Group for Cryptocurrency Regulation
Taliban Fighters Using High-Tech Gear Kill Afghan Forces
Russian nuclear drone ‘a threat to coastal cities’
Czech government loses confidence vote in parliament
Armenian parliament recognizes Yezidi genocide
Jordan Unveils Major IMF-guided Tax Hikes in Bid to Reduce Public Debt
Mystery Solved! Discovery of Organic Molecules Explains Universe’s Infrared Glow
Quantum physics turned into tangible reality
NASA Photo From Hubble Reveals Largest Galaxy Cluster Ever Discovered
YouTube Adds More Scrutiny to Top-Tier Videos
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Could Cold War era fallout shelters protect you from modern North Korean nukes?
Are Artificial Intelligence And Machine Learning The Next Frontiers For Fighting Money Laundering?
Overnight Cybersecurity: Bipartisan bill aims to deter election interference | Russian hackers target Senate | House Intel …
How progressive federalism can help preserve net neutrality
Nothing fishy about Seminole vegetables grown using aquaponics
What This Ping-Pong Robot Tells Us About the Next Phase of Human-Robot Interaction
Wind Industry Embraces Robots to Boost Safety, Cut Costs
Supreme Court hears rare appeal challenging military judges
Romania: Yet Another Prime Minister Steps Down
European Union to take UAE off tax haven blacklist
Turkey, the Arab World Is Just Not That into You
You should really join your town’s local Facebook group
Tensions flare over electric fishing in European waters
France’s Newly-Appointed ‘Monsieur Bitcoin’ Is a Notable Cryptocurrency Skeptic
Why Aren’t Libertarians Embracing Cody Wilson?
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Paul Gordon is the publisher and editor of iState.TV. He has published and edited newspapers, poetry magazines and online weekly magazines. He is the director of Social Cognito, an SEO/Web Marketing Company. You can reach Paul at pg@istate.tv