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What started as a series of defiant tweets from the Badlands National Park Service, which later went viral, has resulted in a steady stream of alternative "rogue" accounts popping up. "Can't wait for President Trump to call us FAKE NEWS". He blasted photos of the inaugural proceedings as "intentionally framed in a way in one particular tweet to minimize the enormous support that had gathered on the National Mall".
  • Trump imposes temporary visa ban on 7 Muslim nations

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    The US President who had promised the measures - called "extreme vetting" - during last year's election campaign, said he was making America safe from "radical Islamic terrorists" as he signed the executive order on Friday. Travel agents in Teheran said that foreign airlines had begun barring Iranians from US-bound flights. The Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) said it would file a federal lawsuit challenging the constitutionality of the executive order on Monday.
  • Trump calls for 'major investigation' into alleged voter fraud

    Trump calls for 'major investigation' into alleged voter fraud

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    The call for an investigation into this issue stem from Trump's insistence that at least 3 million illegal ballots were cast in November -an assertion that has been widely discredited by reputable sources . Analysis of the November election found nearly no instances of voter fraud , and there is no evidence that millions of people cast their ballots illegally.
  • Lenovo Moto Z 2017 potrebbe avere uno scanner dell'iride

    Lenovo Moto Z 2017 potrebbe avere uno scanner dell'iride

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    La modularità potrebbe insomma esser affiancata dallo scanner dell'iride , attualmente prerogativa esclusiva di dispositivi non proprio fortunatissimi: Lumia 950/950 XL di Microsoft - pronti ad esser rimpiazzati dal nuovo corso Surface Phone - e l'ormai cancellato Galaxy Note 7 di Samsung.
  • Chinese send fake Trump tweets as jokes, New Year wishes

    Chinese send fake Trump tweets as jokes, New Year wishes

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    The screenshot looked so real that it convinced some people to VPN to Twitter, which is blocked in China, to check if Trump had actually tweeted it. . That is the reason why so many fake tweets are circulating China. Vincent Zhang, a 37-year-old employee at Jiayuan, a Chinese online dating site, said the flurry of fake Trump tweets he saw his friends sharing showed that many young Chinese had a relatively neutral view of Trump and saw him as a showman.
  • Rogue NASA Twitter account strikes back at Donald Trump

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    Soon after, "resistance" parody accounts for governmental agencies exploded. By Thursday, it had over 1 million followers. The accounts come from different corners of the government, but all claim to represent workers who are risking their livelihoods by tweeting climate change facts, details of apparent gag orders, and criticism of the Trump administration.
  • The Computer Sciences Corporation (CSC) Chairman John M. Lawrie Sells 4001 Shares

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    Robert W. Baird set a $22.00 price target on Exact Sciences Corporation and gave the stock a buy rating in a research note on Tuesday, December 20th. The consensus rating is 2.1, suggesting the market has given up on the stock. now owns 12,559,479 shares of the company's stock valued at $623,579,000 after buying an additional 518,927 shares during the last quarter. This transaction occurred on 2017-01-12 totals $222000.83.
  • Musk to begin tunneling under LA

    Musk to begin tunneling under LA

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    Digging just where and how, no one knows. Coming from anyone else, you might assume this is a joke. Elon Musk has started two transportation related companies - Tesla for electric cars and SpaceX for launching into space. " Crenshaw and the 105 Freeway , which is five minutes from LAX [Los Angeles airport]". "Without tunnels, we will all be in traffic hell forever", Musk told The Verge via Twitter DM today.