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The Department of Justice will soon commence an investigation to determine whether there should be an investigation (you read that nonsense correctly) of a scandal involving the Clinton Foundation and a company called Uranium One. It appears that FBI

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Senior Business Editor at Ars Technica, Cyrus Farivar "was the sole member of the public in court" of San Francisco's US District Court. He was there to witness a sad chapter in bitcoin history, an infuriating one for most bitcoiners: disgraced

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Madrid's extradition request for exiled Catalan leader Charles Puigdemont has hit two major snags. First, it violates Schengen political asylum rules. Second, the Belgium government is in a fragile 4-way coalition, and one of the parties openly suppo

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The U.S. Securities and Commission (SEC) has issued a public statement that calls celebrity ICO endorsements "potentially unlawful" and warns that celebrities who improperly promote security tokens may be liable for violating federal securities l

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A few minutes after midnight on October 1, authorities at Nevada's Lovelock Correctional Center released O.J. Simpson on parole after the former football great had served nine years of a 33-year sentence for criminal conspiracy, kidnapping, assaul

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It's hard time for Anthony Weiner. The disgraced ex-congressman broke down crying as he was sentenced to 21 months in prison Monday for convincing a high school student to undress and touch herself via Skype in 2016.