VA Police ‘Hogtie’ 75-year-old Grandmother During No-Knock Raid at Wrong Address

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Pre-Crime Systems Now Actively Monitoring the Internet: “The Computer Algorithm Learns the Pattern and Produces a Prediction”

With revelations that the National Security Agency has collected some  20 trillion phone calls and emails  via an expansive nationwide surveillance network, most Americans have already come to the realization that everything they do is being monitored. But many shrug off Big Brother’s prying eyes by suggesting that, since they aren’t doing anything wrong, they have nothing to worry about. That may have been true several years ago, but the digital surveillance systems of today are far more advanced than most people understand.

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Six Major Cities Add Their Support To Chesapeake Bay Cleanup Plan

An algal bloom in Virginia’s York River. CREDIT: Chesapeake Bay Foundation The Environmental Protection Agency has won some supporters in the fight over the agency’s plan to clean up the heavily polluted Chesapeake Bay, helping to push back against the argument of 21 outside states that the plan constitutes EPA overreach. Six major U.S

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Success: Maharishi University of Management alumni form green consulting company

Maharishi University of Management in the USA proved to be a life-changing experience in many ways for Vincent Bataoel and Nelina Loiselle. They met at MUM while studying Sustainable Living, started a business together, and got married. Now based in Middleburg, Virginia, just outside Washington, DC, their company, Above Green, offers consulting services in LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) certification, creating high performance, healthy, and sustainable buildings for federal, military, and commercial clients. In the seven years since it began the company has completed 42 LEED projects.

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What The State Department’s First Strategic Review Accomplished

Vikram J. Singh is the Vice President for National Security and International Policy at the Center for American Progress

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Not Everyone Needs to Learn Programming, But Every School Should Offer It

From the Washington Post : In a world that went digital long ago, computer science is not a staple of U.S. education, and some schools do not even offer the course, including 10 of 27 high schools in Virginia’s Fairfax County and six of 25 in Maryland’s Montgomery County….Across the Washington region’s school systems, fewer than one in 10 high school students took computer science this academic year, according to district data.

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Federal Report Shines Light On Health Impacts Of West Virginia Chemical Spill

The Freedom Industries site, which released 10,000 gallons of chemicals into West Virginia water, is seen in this Jan.

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It’s an Obama World… White House Asks Parents to Monitor Kids For Signs of Terrorism

The five suspected terrorists from Virginia were arrested in Pakistan allegedly for attempting to engage in Jihad against the US troops in Afghanistan. (VOA) The White House recently asked parents to monitor their kids for signs of terrorism but goes to great lengths to not tie any religion to acts of violence.

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White Supremacists Ruin Easter Egg Hunt by Hiding Eggs With Racist Messages
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As if they weren’t already reviled enough already, white supremacists are responsible for ruining a children’s Easter egg hunt.

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AKPF #1 presents: Abandoned in Gary
AKPF #1 presents: Abandoned in Gary AKPF #1 presents: Abandoned in Gary

iframe type=”text/html” width=”640″ height=”390″ src=”” frameborder=”0″ For this week’s adventurous installment in the AKPF #1 series, the crew travels to the notoriously dilapidated Gary, Indiana. Filmed in November of 2013, this short film provides a brief tour of the 1993 murder capitol of the United States, located 25 miles south of megalopolis Chicago. With a dwindling population, rampant poverty and crime, areas of the city resemble a ghost town, including once vibrant structures such as the Union Station , which is explored in daylight in the final minutes of the film

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