Should police be able to access your cellphone location history without a warrant? Supreme Court to decide.

The U.S. Supreme Court today agreed to hear an important digital privacy rights case that will determine if police have to get a warrant to access your cellphone location data, which is archived by wireless carriers.

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Trump won’t block Comey’s testimony in Congress on Thursday

The White House says President Donald Trump won't invoke executive privilege to block former FBI director James Comey, whom Trump fired, from testifying to Congress this week. The hearing is scheduled for Thursday, and it's a very big deal.

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Arrests made in Ghost Ship fire that killed 36 in Oakland, concert promoter among those charged

Two people were arrested today on charges related to the Ghost Ship fire that killed 36 people inside a live-work artists' warehouse in Oakland last year. One of the people arrested was the promoter of the underground music performance for which those killed were gathered.

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Multiple attacks in London described as ‘Potential Act of Terrorism’

Multiple attacks in London tonight are being described as a coordinated 'potential act of terrorism' by British Prime Minister Theresa May. London police confirm that more than one person was killed as a van plowed into a crowd of people at the London Bridge. One man was seen leaving the van, then running toward Borough Market, carrying a large knife. Reports of stabbings followed soon after.

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Hayao Miyazaki's beloved 'Totoro' will be focus of Studio Ghibli theme park set to open in 2020

Japan's iconic animation Studio Ghibli, co-founded by anime director Hayao Miyazaki, is developing a 'My Neighbor Totoro' theme park.

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Trump's administration is trying to keep the full CIA 'torture' report secret

The administration of President Donald Trump has started to return to Congress copies of an extensive 2014 report on the the CIA's interrogation and detention practices, U.S. officials revealed on Friday.

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France trolls Trump on decision to withdraw from Paris Accord

The French Ministry for Europe and Foreign Affairs tweeted a 🔥 video today on Trump's Paris Accord decision.

After president Emmanuel Macron's epic tweet yesterday, this is something else.

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Macron rewrites Trump campaign slogan as "Make Our Planet Great Again"

Emmanuel Macron, the President of France, rewrote U.S. President Donald Trump's 'MAGA' campaign slogan today in protest of the administration's absurd withdrawal from the Paris climate accords. "Make Our Planet Great Again," says Macron. We're in alignment with Nicaragua and Syria, says Trump.

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Senators Leahy, Franken asked Comey to investigate AG Jeff Sessions for possible perjury

CNN reports today that Patrick Leahy and Al Franken, two democratic senators on the Senate Judiciary Committee, asked former FBI Director James Comey to investigate Attorney General Jeff Sessions over concerns Sessions may have had an undisclosed private meeting with Russian ambassador Sergey Kislyak.

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Putin: Russian state didn't hack U.S. elections, but “patriotically minded” private Russian hackers maybe did

Vladimir Putin just changed his tune. The Russian president has previously denied having anything to do with hacking America's 2016 elections, but today says perhaps “patriotically minded” private Russian hackers were involved in cyberattacks last year that swung the presidential race for Donald J. Trump.

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Bill Nye: 'You can't build a border wall against carbon dioxide emissions'

Media Matters highlighted this terrific clip of Bill Nye explaining how stupid it is that Trump is likely canceling America's participation in the Paris climate accord.

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Someone hung a noose inside National Museum of African American History and Culture

A noose was found inside an exhibit on segregation at the National Museum of African American History and Culture in the nation's capital today.

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Sassy Trump Sings 'The Star-Spangled Banner'

Sassy Sings Star Spangled.

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Activists investigating Ivanka Trump shoe factory in China arrested, then 'disappeared'

A labor activist who was investigating labor conditions at a Chinese factory that makes shoes for Ivanka Trump’s brand was arrested by police, and has now disappeared, say his wife and a China labor rights group. Two other activists are also missing, and are also presumed to have also been detained by Chinese authorities for nosing around in Ivanka's supply chain.

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House Intel panel to subpoena former WH aide Michael Flynn, Trump lawyer Michael Cohen, and others

The House Intelligence Committee issued seven subpoenas today, as separate House and Senate investigations involving the 2016 U.S. presidential election accelerate and expand in scope. Four of the House subpoenas reported today are related to the Russia investigation, and three focus on the so-called ‘unmasking’ controversy, say unnamed sources cited in stories out today by the Wall Street Journal and Reuters, among other news organizations.

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Clinton accuses Trump team of disinfo conspiracy with Russia, Wikileaks, InfoWars

No, she's not running for president again.

In an interview with Kara Swisher at the RECODE conference, Hillary Clinton was in full zero hecks given mode.

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'FAKE NEWS is the enemy,' Trump texts to fans, blaming failure on 'SABOTAGE' by 'SWAMP' creatures

This fundraising text from President Donald Trump to his mob isn't scary or weird at all, nope.

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