How to get Higher Rankings, More Leads, More Sales, & More Commissions Using FREE TRAFFIC

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Trump calls for ‘tough’ immigration reform after report of caravan with Central Americans heading to US

Video Border Patrol reaction to caravan of immigrants headed to US Border Patrol union leader Brandon Judd provides insight as large group of immigrants make their way to the southern U.S. border. President Trump called on Sunday for “tough” immigration reform after a report stated a caravan carrying more than 1,000 people from Central America is traveling through Mexico, with their last stop intended for the United States in hopes…

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Instagram rolls out Focus portrait mode for videos and photos

Instagram is one-upping Apple with a portrait mode feature that runs on a wider variety of phones and works with video, not just photos. Last month, TechCrunch reported about a Focus feature buried in Instagram’s code, which began publicly testing a week later. Now Instagram is rolling out Focus, which blurs the background while keeping someone’s face sharp for a stylized, professional photography look. “Focus mode leverages background segmentation and face…

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How Cambridge Analytica’s Facebook Targeting Model Really Worked – According To The Person Who Built It

The researcher whose work is at the center of the Facebook-Cambridge Analytica data analysis and political advertising uproar has revealed that his method worked much like the one Netflix uses to recommend movies. In an email to me, Cambridge University scholar Aleksandr Kogan explained how his statistical model processed Facebook data for Cambridge Analytica. The accuracy he claims suggests it works about as well as established voter-targeting methods based on…

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Facebook demands ID verification for big Pages, issue ad buyers

Facebook is looking to self-police by implementing parts of the proposed Honest Ads Act before the government tries to regulate it. To fight fake news and election interference, Facebook will require the admins of popular Facebook Pages and advertisers buying political or “issue” ads on “debated topics of national legislative importance” like education or abortion to verify their identity and location. Those that refuse, are found to be fraudulent or…

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Federal Judge Upholds Massachusettss Assault-Weapons Ban

Suit was filed over state’s response to Pulse club shooting Gun-rights group claimed the 1998 ban was unconstitutional shooting at a high school in Parkland, Florida, where 17 people were left dead. Survivors mobilized on social media and successfully pushed for a new gun-control law in Florida, which triggered a lawsuit by the National Rifle Association. The law raised the age to purchase a gun to 21 from 18. The…

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Ed Helms explains the controversial Kennedy cover-up unveiled in his new film ‘Chappaquiddick’

Fox News wants to tell people the truth, including how no one trusts them.  The network did just that Sunday when it had Republican strategist Frank Luntz on to talk about how President Trump was not getting enough credit for the economic recovery.  Host Howard Kurtz asked Luntz what is keeping all that sweet attention away from our commander in chief, and he posited that it is obviously the media. …

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Senator will introduce bill that would send illegal border crossers immediately back to home country

Video GOP lawmaker drafts bill targeting undocumented immigrants Oklahoma Senator James Inhofe is writing legislation that would require illegal immigrants to immediately go home if caught BROWNSVILLE, Texas –  Oklahoma’s senior senator says he has a novel way to end the controversial practice of “catch and release” on the border. Instead of releasing illegal immigrants once they are caught trying to enter the country – and hope they show up…

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The high-stakes battle for the Pentagons winner-take-all cloud contract

There is a battle afoot, one you might not have heard about yet, but it involves a high-stakes winner-take-all contract for the Department of Defense’s cloud contract. It could involve billions of dollars and when a humongous sum of money meets a set of powerful tech companies, intrigue can’t be far behind. The story even has a Star Wars reference with the Pentagon dubbing the project the Joint Enterprise Defense Infrastructure…

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A new bill would make it illegal to contact employees after work hours.

After-hours work emails can be stressful to deal with. The old saying is, “don’t take your work home with you.” But the new reality for many people is that work follows you home in the form of emails, text messages, and social media. New York City Council member Rafael Espinal Jr. has introduced a bill which would make it illegal for businesses to require that employees check their email or…

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Former South Korean President Park sentenced to 24 years in prison

Seoul, South Korea (CNN)A South Korean court has found former President Park Geun-hye guilty on multiple counts of abuse of power, bribery and coercion and sentenced her to 24 years in prison. The former president was not in the Seoul Central District Court to hear the verdict. Park and her lawyers refused to participate after the court decided to live broadcast the judgment, the first time this has happened in…

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Shaggy adapted ‘It Wasn’t Me’ to be about the Mueller investigation

As if the Mueller Investigation wasn’t already entertaining enough. SEE ALSO: Jimmy Kimmel tears apart Trump’s plan to bring back abstinence-only sex ed Shaggy was a guest on The Late Late Show on Wednesday night, and he and host James Corden decided to use his hit “It Wasn’t Me” for satirical sketch purposes. Shaggy plays Trump and Corden is Robert Mueller, and you can probably guess the rest. More From…

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How to make sure sketchy Facebook apps aren’t spying on you

Image: Vicky Leta/Mashable Over the years, you’ve probably logged into a lot of services on Facebook without thinking about how those services use your data. Some of those services may have leveraged your data to undermine the very foundations of American democracy. Hard to say! New reports from the Guardianand New York Timesreveal how a Trump-aligned data-gathering service called Cambridge Analytica “exploited” information from millions of people in the lead-up…

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Prepare For The Roseanne Reboot By Seeing What The Cast Has Been Up To Since The Series Ended!

We needed a Roseanne revival, like, yesterday! Because we now live in a society of #WhitePeopleProblems and #SocialJusticeHashtags and could desperately use Roseanne Barr‘s hilarious social commentary about it all! Since her blue collar sitcom left the air in 1997, the comedienne has dipped her toes in reality TV, cooking, and even politics. And the rest of the cast has managed to keep almost just as busy. We might know…

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