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Trump, Obama haven’t spoken since inauguration, but advisers have

President Donald Trump and former President Barack Obama have not spoken since the inauguration, but their respective advisers have.

Two people familiar with the matter say Trump’s White House chief of staff, Reince Priebus, and Obama’s former White House chief of staff, Denis McDonough, have spoken since Trump claimed, without evidence, that Obama had him wiretapped.

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Julian Assange and Wikileaks are a direct threat to our security – this cannot be allowed to continue

Yet again Julian Assange and his deluded troupe of Wikileaks followers have provided a service that only America’s most dedicated enemies will celebrate – they have laid bare more details about how the tools used by the US intelligence services to keep America and its allies – and that includes Britain – safe from attack.

The latest Wikileaks revelations concerns the hacking tools used by the CIA and other intelligence-gathering agencies to convert cellphones, smart televisions and other everyday household electronic devices into instruments of espionage.

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Alleged victims of Marines nude photo scandal speak out alongside Gloria Allred

Alleged victims of a growing scandal involving explicit photos of female Marines posted on Facebook spoke out Wednesday alongside noted women’s rights attorney Gloria Allred.

Nude photographs of female Marines, veterans from across the military, and other women were shared on the Facebook page “Marines United,” and the accompanying posts included obscene and threatening comments.

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Samuel L. Jackson Talks Black British Actors in American Race-Related Roles

Samuel L. Jackson is not a fan of holding his tongue. When something crosses him the wrong way, you’re bound to receive the high-raised voice questioning the scenario at hand. Peep his call-out of Ben Carson’s ridiculous and inaccurate rhetoric.

Another issue sparked scrutiny from the versatile award-winning actor and it was addressed on “New York’s Hot 97” with Ebro and Laura Styles. Jackson criticized the casting of Black British actors in roles about American race relations.

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WikiLeaks fallout: Should you worry about alleged CIA hacks?

So, you use messaging apps like WhatsApp or Signal or have smart TVs and PCs. Should you worry that the CIA is listening to your conversations?

The short answer is no. The long answer is maybe, though it’s still unlikely you need to be too concerned.

WikiLeaks revelations describing secret CIA hacking tools allegedly used to break into computers, mobile phones and even smart TVs could certainly have real-life implications for anyone using internet-connected technology.

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Singer Kaya Jones Shares Support for Trump, Thanks Joy Villa for ‘Strength’

Singer and DJ Kaya Jones took to social media this week to show off a Donald Trump t-shirt she was “never able to wear” before for fear of being attacked, and thanked fellow singer Joy Villa for giving her the strength to openly share her support for the president.

In an Instagram post, the 32-year-old singer expressed her gratitude to Villa, who made headlines this week when she wore a dress emblazoned with Trump’s “Make America Great Again” slogan to the Grammys.

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Trump’s first full month brings massive employment boom

U.S. companies added a whopping 298,000 new jobs in February, beating economists’ expectations by more than 100,000.

The report from ADP, a global human resources and payroll firm, provides the first hard economic numbers from Donald Trump’s first full month as president.

Trump tweeted a self-congratulatory note, calling the number ‘much more than expected!’

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Ivanka Trump clothing line reports record sales

Ivanka Trump’s eponymous women’s fashion line is reporting record sales figures despite calls for a boycott and controversies surrounding President Trump.

“Since the beginning of February, they were some of the best performing weeks in the history of the brand,” Abigail Klem, the president of the Ivanka Trump fashion brand, tells Refinery29 in an interview published Tuesday. “For several different retailers Ivanka Trump was a top performer online, and in some of the categories it was the [brand’s] best performance ever.”

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Sen. Tim Kaine’s son arrested during Trump rally at Minnesota Capitol

It took three cops and a chemical spray to subdue the youngest son of U.S. Sen. Tim Kaine, former presidential candidate Hillary Clinton’s 2016 running mate, Saturday after he was identified as one of the counterprotesters who allegedly used fireworks to disrupt a rally in support of President Donald Trump at the Minnesota State Capitol.

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Arizona police chief says meditation should be a key piece of officer development

At a time when there is an uneasy, sometimes even volatile, divide between some communities and the police officers who are sworn to protect them, one police chief is encouraging her department to practice meditation as a way to help ease the stress of policing.

Chief Sylvia Moir, who has been the head of the Tempe Police Department in Tempe, Arizona, for the past year and has nearly 30 years of policing experience, believes teaching and practicing meditation should be a key piece of police officer development.

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Israel moves to mute mosques’ call to prayer over loudspeakers

A law to muffle mosques’ amplified calls to prayer in Israel and occupied East Jerusalem won preliminary approval on Wednesday in a charged parliamentary session where Arab legislators denounced the measure as racist.

Supporters of the bill say it is aimed at improving the quality of life of people living near mosques who have been losing sleep. The calls usually begin sounding a little before 5 A.M. through loudspeakers mounted on minarets.

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As North Korea missile threat grows, Japan lawmakers argue for first strike options

Rattled by North Korean military advances, influential Japanese lawmakers are pushing harder for Japan to develop the ability to strike preemptively at the missile facilities of its nuclear-armed neighbor.

Japan has so far avoided taking the controversial and costly step of acquiring bombers or weapons such as cruise missiles with enough range to strike other countries, relying instead on its U.S. ally to take the fight to its enemies.

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FBI chief Comey asserting power like no one in history

Each day, FBI Director Jim Comey goes to work in a federal building named for his most famous predecessor. Yet for all his storied accomplishments and sordid controversies, J. Edgar Hoover never matched the singular feat of Comey.

Only Comey simultaneously investigated the top two presidential candidates during an election. Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump each battled Comey last year while they battled each other for the Oval Office.

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FBI prepares for new hunt for WikiLeaks’ source

The FBI has begun preparing for a major mole hunt to determine how anti-secrecy group WikiLeaks got an alleged arsenal of hacking tools the CIA has used to spy on espionage targets, according to people familiar with the matter.

The leak rattled government and technology industry officials, who spent Tuesday scrambling to determine the accuracy and scope of the thousands of documents released by the group. They were also trying to assess the damage the revelations may cause, and what damage may come from future releases promised by WikiLeaks, these people said.

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