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We’ve been named one of the UK ‘s Best 39 social news organisations

*cue almost any Doja Cat song* Although a little late we're thrilled to share that a magazine has found that we are among the 39 best social news organisations in the U.K. We've since featured this link on our press page and are honoured for the distinction. As a newspaper we thrive to be different. We're not your typical harsh in suits kind of folks. We strive to inform and educate but we do it in a way that feels human and connects with people.
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Don’t worry America, the call is coming from inside the house

Will they ever reign in the domestic terror? NEVER FEAR AMERICA the call against America is coming from inside the house. According to a new report, federal authorities are concerned that new attacks against the Capitol and members of Congress may be coming from inside of their own circles. In a dramatic article, the Washington Post reports that U.S Army Officials are now taking extensive looks at each and every one of the military personnel involved in D.C this week. Some 25,000 reported service members are in the Capitol this week to ensure safety and security ahead of the Wednesday inauguration of Joseph R. Biden and Kamala Harris. But it comes at a dark point with some at the top believing that the next attack might actually be coming from the inside. The U.S has s...
Tech News

Answering some of your FAQ ‘s sent to our fan-mail inbox

In this week 's fan question box (we have an e-mail dedicated to that) we received a host of questions about our business model and how we managed to get it off the ground. The truth is our business model we don't actually have one. The only form of a business model that we have is consistency; productivity, and otherwise employee happiness. Contrary to popular belief, we aren't owned by what is called Newspaper Newsgroup Limited (pretty sure that's there name.). We are owned by a group of private citizens who have no corporate interests; no ties to dark money, and otherwise are about as regular as one might expect. That has accounted for much of our success because they've banned corporate money; power players, and the like from ever taking control of this agency. Another l...
coronavirus

Canadian health officials now say mutant COVID strain is inside Canada

Amid growing reports that the mutant COVID strain originally thought to be from the UK has made it to other parts of the world — it has now reportedly made it to Canada. Per Canadian health officials, a couple in Metro Toronto has tested positive for the highly contagious new strain of the virus. Here’s what we know so far: Canadian health officials claim that the couple, who has not been identified, has no known travel history, Because of such it is an indication they may have caught the strain from inside Canada.US health officials are warning their own lackluster UK travel rules are insufficient. There is conflicting information running amuck on just how contagious the new strain is. The new strain has also made it into: Denmark, Belgium, Australia, Holland, and other cou...
Tech News

Pornhub has deleted all of its unverfied content, could this be the end?

Pornhub.com is likely facing its own reckoning as it comes to terms with the idea that it alone is responsible for many wrongdoings on the internet. But, there are more sites out there than just Pornhub — all of which likely are discussing changes of their own behind the scenes. I think it’s important to remind people that porn is a part of life just as sex is. The allegations against Pornhub are very much real and should be taken with considerable concern. Although, that doesn’t mean other sites shouldn’t be looked just as muc to ensure that things are being done correctly. It is the reckoning that brought Pornhub to the conclusion that it was time to go nuclear and reportedly remove unverified videos. The move rightfully deleted millions of videos — lots of which did act...
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How we’ve managed to turn profits every quarter for the past decade and more

Over the years we've had dozens of questions as to what happens behind the scenes and particularly how. While I'll keep to the tradition of not disclosing much about life behind the scenes at our news organisation, I, will for the first time discuss some of the ways we've managed to make substantial profits for nearly 19 years and counting. These collection(s) of blog started in the summer of 2002. Originally a sub domain blog on Wordpresss, they, later became actual blogs upn purchased domains sin 2004 and 2005. *Our members also actively donate themselves to our work online. Our members are not asked outright and that has been voluntary for more than a decade. It has worked out great for us because we aren't corporate shills that seem unrealistic in the news business. Our rea...
Tesla has applied to become a UK electricity provider
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Tesla has applied to become a UK electricity provider

While it remains unknown as to why they needed such a license, Tesla might soon be your energy provider throughout parts of the UK. According to documents that appeared online, Tesla applied for an energy provider license in the U.K this week -- sparking speculation that they may be preparing to expand their business efforts. It remains unclear the purpose of the license but it was signed by Tesla 's energy sales director on Tuesday. Tesla is known for making cars; batteries, and is the proud owner of the world's largest battery.
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White House, Congress ‘very close” to major $450B deal

That's because the Small Business Loan Programme that a ton of American small businesses counted on initially dried up quickly of its cash. Now, Republicans and Democrats alike have reportedly come to terms with a deal that would see another major cash injection into the programme. According to the Associated Press, the Treasury Department hopes to have the programme back up by mid-week. The department confirmed that this time around at least $75B would go towards hospitals; at least $50B in disaster loans, and at least $25B for COVID-19 testing among other important feats that Democrats argued for.
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Despite the corporate interest, we at no time are selling out

We've been called lots of things; pioneers, gatekeepers, and even flat-out devils. But what people cannot say about us is that we sold out to corporate overlords who probably would've turn us into a paywall bending newspaper shilling for subscriptions. While we appreciate the renewed interest in our blogs and newspapers (there are multiple) we at no time have any intention of selling let alone selling even a single stake.
NYC ‘s confirmed cases + death numbers as of 30 March 2020
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NYC ‘s confirmed cases + death numbers as of 30 March 2020

In this article we bring you the updated case numbers in New York and the number of deaths (both of which have seen a complete jump.). According to officials --- 112 more deaths were recorded in New York in the past 24 hours. There were 36,221 confirmed cases of COVID-19 across the five boroughs by 10:30 a.m. Monday, a 12% increase from 32,308 at 9:30 a.m. Sunday per publicly available Health Department data seen by The Daily News. According to the same data, 52% of those cases were people mostly under the age of 50. The average age being 48 years old.
British Society

Ghislaine Maxwell’s email address has been hacked

Ghislaine Maxwell is the victim of a hack and that means that her emails are on the cusp of becoming public fodder. According to lawyers for the British socialite and suspected madame, her computer and emails were recently hacked after more than 2k court documents were lawfully released in the case against her. Full disclosure here. Around 2am EST, a Signal tipster appears to have provided us confirmation that the hack is real and Maxwell has been compromised. The message although we are not permitted to share it due to tipster confidentiality rules — revealed a screenshot of Maxwell’s email server.
FOIA report reveals that the Navy DID find what is believed to be an extraterrestrial object in 2004: Report
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FOIA report reveals that the Navy DID find what is believed to be an extraterrestrial object in 2004: Report

As I've said for many years I firmly do not believe that we are the only species on earth  (and by that I mean, there's something out there what exactly that  is remains to be scientifically determined.). Now in response to a man's FOIA request, the U.S Navy has admitted to the existence of a "tic tac extraterrestrial" video dating back to 2004.  A brief online search found that the video and the previous rumour of it happens to be one of the most famous I've found. The video seen below shows a very obvious object flying in the area off the coast of Mexico.   There are no obvious wings present and at the time of the video those within the Navy who spotted it -- have told numerous outlets that (including New York Magazine) that there were no reports of classified military projects at tha...
WORLD ISSUES

BRINK OF WAR?

As much of the world woke up to their Friday, some are still learning that the United States ordered a sudden militia strike on Iran that reportedly assassinated a top general. According to several Iranian reports and officials, that general has been identified as Qasem Soleimani. America including its leader, claims that Qasem has spearheaded the murders and deaths of dozens of US soldiers throughout the years (although that isn’t fully confirmed.) Axios now reports that American officials are on edge amid valid fears that war may be on the horizon. Iranian officials have vowed to seek severe revenge for Qasem’s death, although it remains unclear as to how they intend to do that.
UK News

It’s Election Day in the U.K

And it could make or break both political parties as they await the results of weeks worth of political jockeying and some flat out lies. We’ll be updating throughout the day. Polling stations are open 7am to 10pm and postal votes must also be in by 10pm.
Trump loses appeal to restart federal executions: SCOTUS
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Trump loses appeal to restart federal executions: SCOTUS

In modern humanity, the death penalty as a whole is not only a controversial topic it is also a hard one to swallow. But for the Supreme Court, it appears that the topic is both as they've rejected an attempt by the Trump Administration to resume federal executions. The supreme court is preventing the Trump administration from re-starting federal executions next week after a 16-year break. Photograph: J Scott Applewhite/Associated Press According to reports, the Supreme Court left in place a ban on resuming federal executions -- something that the U.S hasn't actually done in almost 17 years. The first of what would've been at least 4 fed executions were scheduled for Monday and again on Friday. Lawyers for the accused and would-be executed hailed the decis...
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