Trump Kleptocracy Watch: An Update

President Donald Trump with his son-in-law, Jared Kushner, at the White House.CreditPHOTOGRAPH BY WIN MCNAMEE / GETTY A quick reminder: when trying to figure out what Donald Trump is up to, it always pays to heed Deep Throat’s advice and follow the loot. The past few days have been busy ones on the Trump money beat. Although the latest developments aren’t particularly surprising, they add to the picture of a supposedly populist Administration that is actually the richest, most conflicted, and least transparent in living memory. On Monday, ProPublica, the investigative news site, reported that someone had changed the…

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New Jersey teen girl accepted into all 8 Ivy League schools

This is the nail-biting time of year when high school seniors are hearing back from colleges they’ve applied to. For one young woman in New Jersey it’s a magical time. She was accepted to all eight Ivy League schools, plus, for good measure, Stanford. “Harvard, Yale, Columbia, UPenn, Brown, Cornell, Dartmouth, Princeton and Stanford,” said Ifeoma White-Thorpe, Morris Hills High School Senior. It’s that moment when you shoot for the stars and actually make it. “I want to go into global health and study biology and so many of them have great research facilities, so I was like, I…

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Graphene Sieves Could Remove Salt From Water And Make It Drinkable

Scientists have demonstrated how a graphene sieve could be used to remove salt from water and provide clean drinking water to millions of people. The groundbreaking new finding comes from a group of scientists at The University of Manchester, published in the journal Nature Nanotechnology. They investigated the possibility of using graphene membranes, thin layers of the material, for water filtration. Previously, researchers had found that making these membranes resulted in them becoming swollen, allowing smaller salts through. This latest research, however, was able to prevent this swelling by using walls of epoxy resin on either side of the…

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Kareena Kapoor Khan’s reply to Mira Rajput’s ‘puppy’ opinion on motherhood is bang on!

By Prajakta Ajgaonkar on April 4, 2017 Hot News, News Trending Today: ‘Naam Shabana’ movie review: A fierce Taapsee Pannu on a sturdy backdrop shines throughout Ever since Kareena Kapoor Khan gave birth to a baby boy in December, the lady has not taken a break. She has been unstoppable and already on the toes with her work commitments in tow. This has left many people questioning her loyalty as a mother to her baby Taimur. People even speculated to the extent that she was accused of not spending much time with her baby boy. And then came Shahid Kapoor’s…

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Gas Attack Is Said to Kill Dozens in Syria

Photo The body of a child after a reported gas attack in the town of Khan Sheikhoun in rebel-held Idlib, Syria, on Tuesday. Credit Ammar Abdullah/Reuters BEIRUT, Lebanon — A toxic gas attack killed dozens of people in northern Syria on Tuesday morning, including women and children, and sickened scores more, according to medics, rescuers and witnesses in the rebel-held province of Idlib, who said the gas had been delivered by a government airstrike. A few hours later, according to several witnesses, another airstrike hit one of the clinics treating victims, who had been farmed out to smaller hospitals…

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A Top Intel Committee Member Just Made A Trump Prediction WORSE Than Impeachment

Wolf Blitzer appeared visibly shaken when Congressman Joaquin Castro (D-TX), a key member of the House Intelligence Committee, made his prediction about where things will end for the Trump regime. (Video below) “I wouldn’t be surprised if, after all this is said and done, some people end up in jail,” Castro told him. “Really?” Blitzer asked, seemingly unprepared to deal with such a bold statement. “Not just one individual, but people plural, is that what you’re saying?” Castro did not blink: “That’s my impression, yes.” The second term Representative said that he could not elaborate on the details, but to Blitzer’s question…

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