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Its Sure Weird That The Russian Firm That Paid Michael Cohen Also Registered Alt

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Trump’s and Pompeo’s weird non-denials about Trump working for Russia
(Jan 2019) And for all the bluster and tough words, until Monday morning we were still missing something: A firm denial. The president took . question because he simply doesn’t know for sure. If Trump were a R

The Perplexingly Popular Conspiracy Theory That ‘Salvator Mundi’ Is Connected to #Russiagate, Explained
(Jan 2019) For its part . to secretly pay the Israeli firm, using the Leonardo purchase as a vehicle to move money to the Russian owner of the painting. Which seems like a notably big, weird, very public

CES Was Boring This Year (And Why That’s OK)
(Jan 2019) For now, this bizarre juxtaposition is a symbol of the weird . to pay them off is clearly one of the major motivations behind the new generation of beefed-up scooters. Whether the scooter trend keep

Exclusive: How a Russian firm helped catch an alleged NSA data thief
(Jan 2019) Martin III in to the NSA after receiving strange Twitter . the company and get its software banned from U.S. government computers on national security grounds. But even while the FBI was doing this,

How The Shutdown Is A Win For Trump’s Authoritarian Agenda
(Jan 2019) Normally, all leaders, even authoritarians, try to make sure . without pay, while also expecting many of them to go on working. His lack of empathy ties in with his behavior on his few visits to dis

How Will the Government Shutdown Affect Your Wallet?
(Jan 2019) Like most other areas of the government, the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) furloughed the majority of its employees . be to pay your balance in full, but if you’re not getting a paycheck, that migh

The Cybersecurity 202: How the shutdown could make it harder for the government to retain cybersecurity talent
(Jan 2019) The partial government shutdown that’s now in its 18th day is putting key cyber policy . of being furloughed or asked to work without pay and the temptation to look for another job is sure to become

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