ISIS terrorists attempt to come close to kurdish checkpoint.
They get stopped and are being questioned from afar.
In the process of questioning kurds find out they are ISIS.
Kurds shoot them, suicide bombers blow themselves up.
In a test of shifting attitudes about HIV, a group of state lawmakers has proposed that it no longer be a felony for someone to knowingly expose others to the disease by engaging in unprotected sex and not telling the partner about the infection.
So what happens if illegal activity is found?
A knife-wielding man went on a deadly rampage in the heart of Britain's seat of power Wednesday, plowing a car into pedestrians on London's Westminster Bridge before stabbing a police officer to death inside the gates of Parliament. Five people were killed, including the assailant, and another 40 were injured in what Prime Minister Theresa May condemned as a "sick and depraved terrorist attack."
The Navy ushered in the railgun future way back in 2012 with the first shots of its electromagnetic cannon. But although the concept has been proven and the cannon is functional, its road to deployment has been a bit rocky. Between enormous energy requirements, and non-explosive shells that offer limited in-air guidance, electromagnetic weapons are proving a bit unpractical compared to some of the conventional alternatives. At least for now.
A state lawmaker from Manhattan wants to make it costly for New Yorkers not to vote.
Assemblywoman Deborah Glick, a Democrat, introduced legislation this week that would establish “compulsory voting” in the state and punish those who don’t vote with a $10 fine.
The US has made a formal apology to Britain after the White House accused GCHQ of helping Barack Obama spy on Donald Trump in the White House.
Ashley Judd says she’s “very sad” and “scared” after a man who took her picture at a Kentucky basketball game Saturday dared to mention that he likes President Trump.
Tuoni is like the shy conservative girl next door who has maintained her innocence well past puberty.
Apparently walking on solar panels damages them as the First solar roadway is broken in first week
Roughly 25 out of 30 panels installed on it broke within a week after developers pumped $3.9 million into it over 6.5 years of development.
Despite massive internet hype, the prototype of solar “road” can’t be driven on, hasn’t generated any electricity and 75 percent of the panels were broken before they were even installed.
Of the panels installed to make a “solar footpath,” 18 of the 30 were dead on arrival due to a manufacturing failure. Rain caused another four panels to fail, and only five panels were functioning shortly thereafter. The prototype appears to be plagued by drainage issues, poor manufacturing controls and fundamental design flaws.
I wasn't sure if this article was satire at first - it is fucking ridiculous. The author proposes a 'white privilege tax' of 5% of your income - the proceeds are to by divided up and paid to all people in the US who aren't white - including white people who 'identify' as non white or other kin!
Coming not soon enough.
Rachel Dolezal, the former head of Spokane, Washington's NAACP chapter who claimed to be black before her parents 'outed' her as white, officially changed her name to Nkechi Amare Diallo in a Washington court in October, legal documents obtained by DailyMail.com show. Nkechi, short for Nkechinyere, is a name that originates from the Igbo language of Nigeria and means 'what god has given' or 'gift of god.'
I forgot the name of the small DIY computers people are using to build
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Joao Bruno Putulukeso - MP of Finnish Nationalist Party
Muhammad Ali Jr, son of the legendary boxer, was detained by immigration officials at an airport in Fort Lauderdale, Fla., according to a lawyer and family friend.
Witches across the country gathered together at midnight on Friday to cast a spell on President Donald Trump seeking to remove him from office.
A student activist group at the University of Michigan is demanding campus officials provide them with “a permanent designated space on central campus for Black students and students of color to organize and do social justice work.”
“The Country of the English People”