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Bitcoin price crashes, loses $2,000 in a few hours

It's about time you learned how Bitcoin works.Image: pixabayBitcoin's bubble just burst, at least a little bit. The high-flying cryptocurrency declined more than $2,000 dollars in the span of a few hours on Wednesday. It's one of the sharpest drops in recent memory and a stark reminder of the

Corporations Make Big Climate Promises Only To Retreat After A Few Years, Study Finds

studyinterests of shareholders to shape policy. It suggests the systemic changes scientists say are necessary to avoid the worst effects of warming temperatures will require massive government spending and regulation. “There’s so much hype about corporate good deeds, corporations will save us,” Christopher Wright, a co-author of the study and

Ajit Pai’s Shell Game

I’ve got bad news for everyone who is working overtime to protest Federal Communications Commission chair Ajit Pai’s campaign to eliminate net neutrality: You are being tricked. Pai is running a kind of shell game, overreaching (“go ahead and run all the paid prioritization services you want, Comcast!”) so that

Donald Trump attacks British PM Theresa May over her criticism of his far-right retweets

In rare clash between allies, US president tells May to focus on terrorism rather than on him but sends the tweet to the wrong personDonald Trump has publicly rebuked Theresa May over her criticism of anti-Muslim propaganda, opening an extraordinary diplomatic spat between the transatlantic allies. Theresa @theresamay, dont

Roy Moore Backers Say George Soros Is Paying Women To Lie About Him

HENAGAR, Ala. ― Two weeks before Alabama’s Senate election, some of Roy Moore’s supporters say they are giving him a pass on the allegations of sexual misconduct against him because they think his female accusers“I do not believe the allegations,” said Edna Bogue, 72. “It’s George Soros.” Asked why she

FCC Got 444,938 Net-Neutrality Comments From Russian Email Addresses

Someone was trying to game the U.S. Federal Communications Commission’s electronic public comment system on net-neutrality rules.But who? Was it supporters or foes of the open internet rules -- or was it the Russians?A study has found more than 7.75 million comments were submitted from email domains attributed to,