Headlines You May Have Missed – Tuesday, January 23rd, 2018

FedChain Spooks on the Blockchain

Headlines You May Have Missed – Tuesday, January 23rd, 2018

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Join Paul Gordon as he covers the Fedchain spook, Tariffpocolypse, Smart Power Windows, Ghost Gun Terror, and more on this episode of Headlines You May Have Missed.

Top Story
Meet the Government’s Blockchain Spy, Chainalysis
Top Headlines
Trump Approves Tariffs on Solar Panels, Washing Machines
Solar Windows Could Power Your Home and Offer Shade in the Sun
Ghost Gun Manufacturer Arrested in NJ, Anti-Gun Reporter Uses Story for Agit Prop
Iowa Senate Bill Would Oulaw Guns on Anti-Gun Businesses
US Gives Turks Cover in Afrin Invasion
Grocery Store Fires Incompetent Worker, and It’s a Robot
Chemistry Creates Triple Power Electric Battery
New X-Ray Laser is a Killer
A.I-Run Store Opens
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Pennsylvania Supreme Court Orders State to Redraw Illegally Gerrymandered Congressional Map
Supreme Court Rules for DC Police in Raucous Party Case
Catalonia crisis: Puigdemont’s Denmark visit a ‘provocation’
“An Absolute And Direct Threat To Democracy”: Anglicare Warns About Charities Crackdown
Iran Threatens US Navy Ships Amid Massive War Drills
Turkish Delegation in Athens over Coup Plot Case
Syria Kurds say Turkish operation ‘clear’ support for Daesh
NASA monitors 50000+ space debris objects
Russian, German Physicists Create ‘Impossible’ Material for Quantum Computers
‘I’m freaking out’! Chrissy Teigen gets a visit from Sophia the robot after throwing shade at humanoid’s make-up
Somaliland:Deputy FM receives Sudanese delegation and American Investors
New bill would prohibit gun buy-back programs from giving vouchers to stores that sell guns
Attorney General welcomes supreme court’s decision on Waters of the US
Federal Reserve to Deregulate US Banking Sector Via Tailored Approach
German Navy’s new state-of-the-art warship sails into tech trouble
The US and Afghanistan are preparing to go on the offensive against the Taliban this year
Doctor who aided hunt for bin Laden languishes, forgotten
Japanese PM opens new parliament but rules out changing law to combat North Korea
Syria, Russia and Iran Win Major Base, Split Rebels in Two as War Shifts West in 2018
Iraq invited to attend Syria talks in Sochi as observer, Abadi says
Blockchain takes on ad fraud and the Google-Facebook duopoly
Welcome to America’s first solar-powered town
Bugatti 3D-Printed A Fully Functioning Brake Caliper
US Senators Blast Venezuela’s Oil-Backed Cryptocurrency Plan
Senate Panel Supports Making It Harder to Alter Constitution
France wants to soften law against cannabis use
YouTube Denies It Should Be Regulated Even After Logan Paul Scandal
Brand-new US Navy warship trapped in Canada amid cold and ice
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