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George Michael’s cousin links death to drugs and alcohol

George Michael’s childhood friend believes the ‘reclusive’ singer died from a cocktail of drugs and alcohol and says those who ‘dragged him back to the dark side’ need to ‘answer’.

Andros Georgiou said the 53-year-old, who died at his home in Goring-on-Thames, Oxfordshire, on Christmas Day, had been trying to ‘lead a normal life’ after three years in rehab but accidentally took ‘too much of something’ before his death.

He confirmed ‘hard drugs had been back in his life’ and added that ‘crack was one of his favourite drugs’.

The music producer – who was so close to the Wham! star that they called each other ‘cousins’ – has now vowed to ‘get to the truth’ and find out ‘who gave it to him and why’.

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CIA admits it carried out secret psychic experiments on Uri Geller – getting him to PREDICT agent’s drawings from the next room

A newly released cache of CIA documents reveals UFO sightings and psychic experiments from the “Stargate programme”, which has long been of interest to conspiracy theorists.

The project was the codename for a secret U.S. Army unit established in 1978 at Fort Meade, Maryland, by the Defence Intelligence Agency (DIA).

It aimed to investigate the potential for psychic phenomena to be used by the military and intelligence services.

The Stargate programme inspired the 2009 film The Men Who Stare At Goats starring George Clooney and Ewan McGregor.

Some of the files surround the weird investigation and reveal how Geller was probed during a week-long series of tests.

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Alibaba’s Ma Wants to Avoid U.S.-China Trade War at all Costs

Alibaba Group Holding Ltd. Chairman Jack Ma said that a trade war between the U.S. and China would spell disaster for the world, and that he’d do anything in his power to prevent it from happening.

“I think that China and the U.S. should never have a trade war, will never have a trade war, and I think we should give President-elect Donald Trump some time — he’s open-minded, he’s listening,” Ma said at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland.

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CIA unveils new rules for collecting information on Americans

LANGLEY, Va. (Reuters) – The Central Intelligence Agency on Wednesday unveiled revised rules for collecting, analyzing and storing information on American citizens, updating the rules for the information age and publishing them in full for the first time.

The guidelines are designed “in a manner that protects the privacy and civil rights of the American people,” CIA General Counsel Caroline Krass told a briefing at the agency’s headquarters in Langley, Virginia.

The new rules were released amid continued public discomfort over the government’s surveillance powers, an issue that gained prominence following revelations in 2013 by former government contractor Edward Snowden that the National Security Agency (NSA) secretly collected the communications data of millions of ordinary Americans.

The guidelines were published two days before President elect-Donald Trump is sworn into office and may be changed by the new administration. Trump has said he favors stronger government surveillance powers, including the monitoring of “certain” mosques in the United States.

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Watch the ‘Sycophantic’ W.H. Press Corps Shower Obama with Adulation in Final Presser

resident Obama began his final press conference on a surprising note. Despite “not liking all of the stories you’ve filed,” he told the gathered White House press corps, it’s you’re duty to ask “tough questions” and not be “sycophants.”

Too bad reporters were apparently not paying attention.

What followed was one softball after another, with rhetorical foot massages sandwiched between.

“Thank you, Mr. President” each reporter began.

“It’s been an honor,” said another, before literally making the “call me” expression while pointing at her cellphone.

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Trump Washington hotel protester sets himself on fire

A protester set himself on fire outside Trump International Hotel in Washington DC on Tuesday.

The 45-year-old man, who has not yet been identified, said the act was in protest of the President-elect’s looming inauguration.

Witnesses described how he yelled ‘Trump’ several times as ‘flames ran up his back’ before lying down in the street.

He suffered non-life-threatening burns and was taken to hospital shortly after the incident at around 9.30pm.

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Arizona Republicans Demand a Safe Space from ‘Social Justice’ Classes at Public Colleges

Donald Trump may have won in the presidency in part because of a backlash against the perception of tyrannical political correctness from the left, but progressives are not the only political group seeking to legislate the terms of civilized debate.

Case in point, a new bill introduced by two Arizona Republican state legislators—Rep. Bob Thorpe and Rep. Mark Finchem—which would ban courses or events promoting “social justice” or anything focused on the interests of any political or identity group.

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Disgrace: Obama Commutes Bradley Manning’s Sentence

No matter how troubled Manning is (and he’s certainly troubled), he breached faith with his brothers in arms. Armies depend on bonds of trust, and he knowingly and intentionally placed lives in danger by indiscriminately placing our nation’s secrets in the public domain. He risked American lives. He risked allied lives.

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5 Uncomfortable Truths About Liberals

When one becomes a liberal, he or she pretends to advocate tolerance, equality and peace, but hilariously, they’re doing so for purely selfish reasons. It’s the human equivalent of a puppy dog’s face: an evolutionary tool designed to enhance survival, reproductive value and status. In short, liberalism is based on one central desire: to look cool in front of others in order to get love.

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Hillary Clinton Epic Fail Reminder? ‘Almost Presidential Museum’ Proposed In Her Name

Hillary Clinton doesn’t have to look far for a reminder that she is not the next president of the nation, as the headlines give her a daily dose of that. Once they subside, Hillary might just get a permanent reminder, one that is all done up in brick and mortar. An “almost presidential museum” dedicated to Hillary Clinton is proposed, and although some might say it sounds like the creation of a late night host’s comedy act, it’s not. There is actually a politician advocating for this museum to be built and dedicated to the first woman who was almost president.

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