Long Secret Stingray Manuals details how the Police Can Spy on Phones
Harris Corp.’s Stingray surveillance device has been one of the most closely guarded secrets in law enforcement for more than 15 years. The company and its police clients across the United States have fought to keep information about the mobile phone-monitoring boxes from the public against which they are used.
The Intercept has obtained several Harris instruction manuals spanning roughly 200 pages and meticulously detailing how to create a cellular surveillance dragnet. The Read
Stingray documents offer rare insight into police and FBI surveillance
Court records in Oakland reveal cases where a warrant wasn’t required to listen to calls and how much law enforcement uses the devices The READ
A New AP report says opioid drug makers outspent the NRA on lobbying 8:1
A searing new report from the Associated Press claims that the makers of opioid painkillers, the dangerous drugs at the center of the tragic overdose crisis.
These are the four most common personality types – which are you?
No two humans are exactly alike but researchers believe there are just a few main personality types most of us can be classified into.
It’s Time to try an Original
Our very first President of the United States, George Washington, was a man who enjoyed the suds. New York’s Blue Point Brewing Company has just brought George’s favorite libation back to life after finding Washington’s favorite beer recipe written down in an old military journal. The recipe dates back to 1757, making it just shy of 260-years-old and you can now try a drink of one of the oldest most American beers ever brewed by scooping up one of the 30 barrels of ‘Colonial Ale’
Satanic Temple finds home at site of former Massachusetts witch trials
The new international headquarters for the Satanic Temple, which says its mission is to promote separation of church and state not devil worship, opened to the public on Thursday in a Massachusetts city known historically for persecuting witches accused of being possessed by the devil.
France just became the first country to ban all plastic plates, cups, and utensils
France just passed a law that says all plastic plates, cups, and utensils will be banned by 2020, and replacements will need to be made from biologically sourced materials that can be composted.
A Timeline of Edward Snowden Leaks
With the film “Snowden” now premiering, it’s worth taking a look back at what secrets Edward Snowden
How to Tell If You’re a Jerk
If you think everyone around you is terrible, the joke may be on you.
These Researches must be Really Smart
Study shows that a Glass of beer 'makes people more sociable'
Lord Loves them Thinking Men
Its all about Communications
Authorities say a Pennsylvania drug suspect who dropped his cellphone while running away from police took to Facebook to warn his friends not to call that phone number.
It was just a Simple Upgrade
A man was arrested on grand theft charges after he drove his girlfriend's car to the liquor store but apparently decided he liked another car better and returned home driving that one.
Any Small Businesses can’t succeed without Happy Customers
A Cocaine dealer recently wanted his customers to be able to make their purchases quick and easy so in his infinite wisdom, he started accepting credit cards for all their needs. The reality is, it’s rather hard to run an illegal business when you have a paper trail of receipts that document all the cocaine your customers purchased with those credit cards.
Fall easily qualifies as many New Englanders favorite time of the year, largely in part to the beautiful colors of the trees. Visitors will also be flocking in to New England now like a giant annual migration, they are all hoping to catch a glimpse of the breathtaking, but fleeting phenomenon that we are lucky enough to live with.
Jeff ‘Foliage’ Folger has this bloggers vote for the best fall foliage web site on the internet. His site focuses exclusively in the Northeast. Welcome to New England Fall Foliage is packed full of foliage reports, forecast, road-trip routes and photography tips and shots for all foliage lovers. Take a look at some of the great information that he has to offer and get ready to hit the road.
And May a Force Be With us Tonight, With all the injuries and limited help available, We could use some help.
Most Useful Life Hacks
Life can get the best of us sometimes. Luckily for all of us who seem to be fumbling through life, there are plenty of useful life hacks to make your life easier. Have you ever been doing something and thought, there just has to be a better way to do this? Well guess what, you're probably right! With just a few tips and tricks, you can go from zero to hero. Try these useful lives hacks and thank us later.
Scientists just figured out why poison ivy makes us itch so much
Leaves of three let them be.
The five most addictive substances on Earth – and what they do to your brain
What are the most addictive drugs? This question seems simple, but the answer depends on whom you ask. From the points of view of different researchers, the potential for a drug to be addictive can be judged in terms of the harm it causes, the street value of the drug, the extent to which the drug
activates the brain