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WikiLeaks reveals CIA’s secret how-to for infecting Windows

WikiLeaks has published what it says is another batch of secret hacking manuals belonging to the US Central Intelligence Agency as part of its Vault7 series of leaks. The site is billing Vault7 as the largest publication of intelligence documents ever.

Friday’s installment includes 27 documents related to “Grasshopper,” the codename for a set of software tools used to build customized malware for Windows-based computers. The Grasshopper framework provides building blocks that can be combined in unique ways to suit the requirements of a given surveillance or intelligence operation.

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Las Vegas casinos to take bets on NFL Draft for the first time ever

Great news for those folks who have long pined for the day when it was legal to bet on the NFL Draft. According to the Las Vegas Review-Journal, the Nevada Gaming Control Board granted approval for sports books in the state to allow bettors to wager on the proceedings — but with several stipulations.

The details:

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Zero house price inflation is to be welcomed not feared

Ready to go house hunting? Tradition has it that no sooner have the hot cross buns been buttered on Good Friday than potential buyers start the search for a new home. Estate agents look forward to Easter the way retailers relish Christmas, but perhaps with less exuberance this year than is customary.

As things stand, 2017 looks set to be the weakest year for housing transactions since 2013. The latest surveys from Nationwide and Halifax show house prices are no longer rising.

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Al Sharpton-Affiliated Activist: Middle Easterner Immigrants ‘Rape Our Community’ and ‘Need to Go Back to Their Country’

A civil-rights activist affiliated with Al Sharpton’s nonprofit is under fire after making racist comments about Middle Easterners.

The controversy began when James Johnson, president of the Charleston, South Carolina chapter of National Action Network, held a March 29 news conference responding to video footage that shows local store employees beating a man they said tried to steal from their store.

“In a 10-mile radius, we have 34 Arab or foreign stores within our community,” Johnson said. “We’re not going to allow them to rape our community anymore. …They need to go back to their country, where their laws are different for from our laws.”

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Trump plans centrist push and Priebus is on board

Steve Bannon, the engine and soul of President Trump’s hard-edged approach to his first months in office, is increasingly isolated and will be forced out unless he can adopt a more cooperative approach, a top source told me.

On both style and substance, Bannon got crosswise with Jared Kushner and Ivanka Trump, who are pushing for a more competence- and results-driven focus for the West Wing.

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Tomi Lahren sues Glenn Beck, The Blaze for wrongful termination over pro-choice stance

Tomi Lahren, the young, incendiary conservative commentator, is suing her former boss, Glenn Beck, and his media firm, The Blaze, for wrongful termination over her pro-choice comments.

According to Lahren’s lawsuit, filed Friday in Dallas County, The Blaze cancelled Lahren’s show after she made the controversial abortion statements last month on The View. But The Blaze wanted to keep paying Lahren, the suit says, “presumably hoping they could find an exit strategy to sanitize their unlawful conduct” in breaking Lahren’s two-year employment contract, which was to continue through Sept. 30.

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Tim Tebow hits two-run homer in first minor league at-bat

COLUMBIA, S.C. — Tim Tebow’s minor league baseball career couldn’t have started in more magical fashion.

In his first at-bat for the Class A Columbia Fireflies, the former Heisman Trophy winner drove a 2-1 pitch from Augusta GreenJackets lefty Domenic Mazza off and over the fence in left field for a two-run home run, sending a capacity crowd at Spirit Communications Park into a disbelieving frenzy.

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The Washington Times: Gun Control Advocates “Leaving Threatened Women Defenseless”

Protection orders are pieces of paper that can only do so much to keep women safe from violent men. But at the end of March, Virginia’s Democratic Gov. Terry McAuliffevetoed a bill that would temporarily allow domestic violence victims to temporarily carry a permitted concealed handgun for 45 days without a permit. This is the length of time it can take to process a permit application.

Mr. McAuliffe said it is “dangerous fiction that the victims of domestic violence will be safer by arming themselves.”

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Shia LaBeouf New Movie ‘Man Down’ Sells Additional Two Tickets

The Shia LaBeouf thriller “Man Down” has managed to triple the number of general-public paid admissions in Britain – from one ticket sold to three.

During its U.K. opening weekend last weekend, it sold a single ticket in its only venue, the Reel Cinema in Burnley, northern England, taking in a whopping £7 ($8.73), according to data tracker comScore. That admission is believed to have been a single student ticket priced at £6.90 (comScore rounds its data up to the nearest pound).

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Here’s the real reason why Democrats have been so partisan about Trump’s pick

Some ask why Democrats are filibustering Judge Gorsuch, who has received accolades from even some of the most partisan, liberal lawyers. But a clash is inevitable — if not over this Supreme Court nominee, then surely over the next. Democrats are about to launch the first, partisan filibuster of a Supreme Court nominee, forcing an end to Senate rules that have helped foster centuries of bipartisanship.

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Tim Tebow hits two-run homer in first minor league at-bat

Tim Tebow’s minor league baseball career couldn’t have started in more magical fashion.

In his first at-bat for the Class A Columbia Fireflies, the former Heisman Trophy winner drove a 2-1 pitch from Augusta GreenJackets lefty Domenic Mazza off and over the fence in left field for a two-run home run, sending a capacity crowd at Spirit Communications Park into a disbelieving frenzy.

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Bill O’Reilly Book Sales Not Hurt by Sexual Harassment Controversy

The sexual harassment controversy surrounding Fox News personality Bill O’Reilly hasn’t hurt his book sales.

Old School: Life in the Sane Lane, his 25th book, debuted at No. 1 on the latest New York Times hardcover nonfiction best-seller list. It also is No. 1 on the Publishers Weekly non-fiction list and No. 2 overall on the USA Today combined list.

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Not in Defense of Bill O’Reilly–But against calls for advertiser boycotts

Whenever a mob forms—even a righteous mob whose cause seems just—I get the willies. This week, a mob has arisen to punish Bill O’Reilly for his alleged sexual harassing ways by sapping his Fox News Channel show, “The O’Reilly Factor,” of its sponsors. So far, at least 47 advertisers, including Mercedes-Benz, Hyundai, BMW, Mitsubishi, Lexus, Orkin and Allstate, have dumped their buys on his show, according to CNN; more are sure to follow.

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