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Marianne Gingrich has said she could end her ex-husband's career with a single interview. 

Earlier this week, she sat before ABCNEWS cameras, the DRUDGE REPORT has learned. 

She spoke to ABCNEWS reporter Brian Ross for two hours, and her explosive revelations are set to rock the trail. 

But now a "civil war" has erupted inside of the network, an insider claims, on exactly when the confession will air! 

Tags: CORPORATE MEDIA, POLITICS/ ELECTIONS/ CORRUPTION
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President Joe Biden has done everything he can to foist gun control on the American public, whether anyone wanted it or not. -- Time after time, he's issued calls for things like assault weapon bans and magazine restrictions, to say nothing of his countless executive orders seeking to restrict our right to keep and bear arms.

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“CNN’s new name is Canceled Network Now...”

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 A transgender-identifying male inmate has been transferred back to a men's prison after being charged with rape while in custody at a women's facility. 

Tags: CURRENT EVENTS
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Google's YouTube video platform is switching gears in the lead-up to the 2024 election in order to rig the election against unapproved candidates.

In a new blog post, YouTube laid out how it is "voluntarily" assuming the role of a private business that "supports elections."

YouTube is not just interested in rigging the United States election, though; the changes arrived just prior to the European Parliament (EP) election, which is also right around the corner.

YouTube says its goal is to present "an overview of our efforts to help people across Europe and beyond find helpful and authoritative election news and information," meaning YouTube will disseminate only approved information for public consumption to sway people's voting habits. 

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A New Zealand coroner has ruled that a man’s vaccine-induced death could have been prevented if he had been informed about the risks before consenting to having the covid mRNA injection.

It highlights the failures of health professionals and institutions to give the public sufficient information so people can consent to the injections based on an informed decision.

But, as Dr. Guy Hatchard notes, this admission will not result in any repercussions on the vaccinators and their allies.  And he puts the deaths by vaccination into perspective.

“If you put [excess deaths in the covid injection era] next to the refusal of … hundreds of [ ] officials, parliamentarians and medicos to take any disciplinary action, you can re-appraise it as an extraordinary act of looking the other way faced with a stealthy but deadly plague of serial killers in our midst,” he writes.

Tags: SCIENCE/ HEALTH/ CLIMATE/ NATURE
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Electric cars kill pedestrians at double the rate of petrol or diesel vehicles because they are quieter, a study in a BMJ journal has found.

Tags: CURRENT EVENTS
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The American Ornithological Society has banned the naming of birds after people and, in true Year Zero style, has set about renaming the 263 species already so tainted by their association with white men.

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There's been no increase in air turbulence accidents for 30 years, according to official figures. But that didn't stop the Guardian and BBC claiming otherwise in their reporting on the Singapore Airlines incident.

Tags: CLIMATEGATE, CURRENT EVENTS
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The European Space Agency has signed contracts with two European companies in a bid to get cargo back from the International Space Station (ISS) – hopefully before what is left of it is deorbited into the ocean.

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Microsoft's announcement of the new AI-powered Windows 11 Recall feature has sparked a lot of concern, with many thinking that it has created massive privacy risks and a new attack vector that threat actors can exploit to steal data.

Revealed during a Monday AI event, the feature is designed to help "recall" information you have looked at in the past, making it easily accessible via a simple search.

While it's currently only available on Copilot+ PCs running Snapdragon X ARM processors, Microsoft says they are working with Intel and AMD to create compatible CPUs.

Tags: COMPUTERS/INTERNET/AI
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Security researchers reverse-engineered Apple's recent iOS 17.5.1 update and found that a recent bug that restored images deleted months or even years ago was caused by an iOS bug and not an issue with iCloud.

Despite widespread reports from users and tech outlets confirming the alarming issue, Apple remained silent about the root cause, failing to address people's valid concerns.

Today's report can now ease people's concern that Apple was indefinitely storing media users deleted a long time ago, which would have been a massive breach of privacy.

Apple fixed the bug in iOS 17.5.1, which was released on Monday.

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GitLab patched a high-severity vulnerability that unauthenticated attackers could exploit to take over user accounts in cross-site scripting (XSS) attacks.

The security flaw (tracked as CVE-2024-4835) is an XSS weakness in the VS code editor (Web IDE) that lets threat actors steal restricted information using maliciously crafted pages.

While they can exploit this vulnerability in attacks that don't require authentication, user interaction is still needed, increasing the attacks' complexity.

"Today, we are releasing versions 17.0.1, 16.11.3, and 16.10.6 for GitLab Community Edition (CE) and Enterprise Edition (EE)," GitLab said.

"These versions contain important bug and security fixes, and we strongly recommend that all GitLab installations be upgraded to one of these versions immediately."

Tags: COMPUTERS/INTERNET/AI
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By: orraz
Tags: CURRENT EVENTS
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By: orraz
Tags: CURRENT EVENTS
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