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Poppy Output Hits Record High as US Troop Surge in Afghanistan Completed

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By Rachel Blevins The opioid crisis has killed thousands in the United States, and as more than 100 Americans die every day, opium poppy cultivation...
Source: Poppy Output Hits Record High as US Troop Surge in Afghanistan Completed
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Today's News / What is Mohammed bin Salman's next move?
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What is Mohammed bin Salman's next move?

There are reports Saudi Arabia is demanding money from the senior officials it recently arrested.

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Today's News / Storm hinders search for Argentine submarine
« Last post by News Bot on Today at 07:20:02 PM »
Storm hinders search for Argentine submarine

Strong winds and six-metre waves have hindered the search for the Argentine submarine and its 44 crew members

Source: Storm hinders search for Argentine submarine

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YoNews Portal / Gene Editing vs. Alternative Technology
« Last post by YoNews on Today at 07:00:04 PM »
Gene Editing vs. Alternative Technology

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By Brian Berletic Ed Yong in his article, “New Zealand’s War on Rats Could Change the World,” helped frame an ongoing debate over using genetically...
Source: Gene Editing vs. Alternative Technology
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Navy Pilots Drew A Penis In The Sky; Parents Worried About Imagery More Than What Kids Are Breathing

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By Aaron Kesel Residents in Okanogan County, Washington are outraged after pilots flying United States Navy aircraft created a graphic drawing of a giant penis...
Source: Navy Pilots Drew A Penis In The Sky; Parents Worried About Imagery More Than What Kids Are Breathing
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National Lottery results: Winning numbers for £18.1m jackpot on Saturday, November 18

National Lottery results: Winning numbers for £18.1m jackpot on Saturday, November 18  Mirror.co.ukLotto results: One lucky Irish player has just won €500000 on the Lotto Plus 1  Irish MirrorWinning numbers drawn in 'Multi-Win Lotto' game  Washington PostNational Lottery results live: Winning Lotto numbers for Saturday November 18 2017 £18.1million jackpot  The SunFull coverage

Source: National Lottery results: Winning numbers for £18.1m jackpot on Saturday, November 18

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US Nuclear General Says Would Resist 'Illegal' Trump Strike Order: CBS

US Nuclear General Says Would Resist 'Illegal' Trump Strike Order: CBS  U.S. News & World ReportThe Sway of the Nuclear Arms Industry Over Donald Trump and Congress Is Terrifying  Mother JonesTop general would reject 'illegal' nuke order from Trump  Washington ExaminerYes, Trump with the nuclear codes is terrifying. But the threat of a first strike is a vital deterrent  Los Angeles TimesTop general says he would resist "illegal" nuke order from Trump  CBS NewsFull coverage

Source: US Nuclear General Says Would Resist 'Illegal' Trump Strike Order: CBS

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The Phallus In The Sky, Courtesy Of A U.S. Navy Growler Pilot

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By Catherine J. Frompovich The below “sky writing art” appeared above Okanogan County, Washington, the morning of Thursday, November 16, 2017 and it has most...
Source: The Phallus In The Sky, Courtesy Of A U.S. Navy Growler Pilot
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Democrat Oversample: Fox News Poll Claims Roy Moore Losing Despite Faulty Numbers

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A Fox News Poll of 649 likely voters in Alabama released on Thursday and conducted between Monday and Wednesday of this week shows Democratic candidate Doug Jones with an eight point lead over Republican candidate Judge Roy Moore in the December 12 special election for the Alabama U.S. Senate seat once held by Attorney General Jeff Sessions, 50 percent to 42 percent, with a 3.5 percent margin of error.


That poll stands in striking contrast to a Fox10/Strategy Research poll of 3,000 likely voters in Alabama released on Wednesday and conducted on Monday of this week that shows Moore with a six point lead over Jones, 49 percent to 43 percent, with a two percent margin of error.


The 14 point differential between the two polls conducted over the same three day period contributes to the great uncertainty surrounding the election thrown into chaos by unsubstantiated allegations of sexual harassment made against Judge Moore over the past week by several women.


The Real Clear Politics Average of Polls, which includes those two polls as well as three recent additional polls, shows the race is a virtual tie, with Moore having an eight tenths of one percent lead.


One possible explanation of the wide variance between the two most recent polls may be found in the different sampling and party affiliation weighting techniques used by the different firms.


The Fox News Poll sample of 649 likely voters included 48 percent Republicans, 42 percent Democrats, and 10 percent Independents, which appears to be an unusual oversampling of Democrats and undersampling of Republicans.


Party affiliation of the Fox10/Strategy Research Poll was not included in the story announcing its results, but another poll included in the current Real Clear Politics Average of Polls conducted by Opinion Savvy on November 9, which showed the race to be a tie, has a very different weighting by party affiliation than the Fox News Poll.


The Opinion Savvy Poll conducted on November 9 of 515 likely Alabama voters included 58 percent Republicans, 29 percent Democrats, and 13 percent Independents.


Another unusual aspect of the Fox News Poll released on Thursday that shows Democrat Jones with an eight point lead over Moore is that it appears to contain a sample of Alabama likely voters in which 51 percent voted for Donald Trump and 48 percent voted for Hillary Clinton in the 2016 Presidential election.


This calculation is arrived at by examining the results of question number eight in the Fox News Poll, which shows that 49 percent of likely voters in Alabama have a favorable view of President Trump, while 48 percent have an unfavorable view.


Among Trump voters in the Fox News Poll sample, 91 percent had a favorable view of President Trump, while eight percent had an unfavorable view of President Trump. Among Hillary Clinton voters in the sample, six percent had a favorable view of President Trump, while 91 percent had an unfavorable view of President Trump.


On election day in 2016, President Trump defeated Hillary Clinton in Alabama by a 63 percent to 35 percent margin.




Source: Democrat Oversample: Fox News Poll Claims Roy Moore Losing Despite Faulty Numbers
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Today's News / LaVar Ball On Trump's Role in UCLA Incident: 'Who?'
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LaVar Ball On Trump's Role in UCLA Incident: 'Who?'

LaVar Ball might have started a feud with President Donald Trump after downplaying his son's shoplifting incident in China and Trump's efforts to get the three UCLA players back.

Source: LaVar Ball On Trump's Role in UCLA Incident: 'Who?'

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