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Indian army roasted for posting PHOTOS of ‘Yeti’ tracksThe Unknown

Indian army roasted for posting PHOTOS of ‘Yeti’ tracks

The Indian Army is under fire, on Twitter at least, for sharing photos purportedly of ‘Yeti’ tracks seen by an
Every man, woman & child owes Uncle Sam $220,000Economy & Money

Every man, woman & child owes Uncle Sam $220,000

The spiraling US government debt is apparently much higher than the official figure of $22 trillion. The indebtedness of the
Facebook leaves verification to groups funded by Soros, CongressMore News

Facebook leaves verification to groups funded by Soros, Congress

In its crusade against ‘fake news’, Facebook has vowed to fight for impartiality. However, when it comes to fact-checking, it
Elon Musk must have tweets approved by lawyer as part of SEC settlementMore News

Elon Musk must have tweets approved by lawyer as part of SEC settlement

Tesla CEO Elon Musk has reached an agreement with the US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) ending his months-long standoff
Iraq vet with alleged PTSD mowed down pedestrians thinking they were MuslimsRandom News

Iraq vet with alleged PTSD mowed down pedestrians thinking they were Muslims

A US army veteran rammed eight people crossing the road in Sunnyvale, California, because he believed at least some of
India follows Russia & China by boosting bullion reservesEconomy & Money

India follows Russia & China by boosting bullion reserves

The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) is expected to add 1.5 million ounces, or 46.7 tons, of gold to its
FBI raids home, offices of Baltimore mayor over suspicious book salesInteresting News

FBI raids home, offices of Baltimore mayor over suspicious book sales

Federal agents raided the home of Baltimore Mayor Catherine Pugh, who has been under investigation for questionable business ties. An
Japan extends apology & restitution to victims of forced sterilization lawMore News

Japan extends apology & restitution to victims of forced sterilization law

The Japanese government apologized to thousands of people forcibly sterilized under a now defunct eugenics program, and offered the victims