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The startling Russia/ISIS connection

The Russian invasion of Ukraine obviously isn’t going to plan. Russian leaders believed they would easily take control of many parts of Ukraine and wrap up the war quickly. But the offensive has bogged down, and as the war drags on, Russia has resorted to accusing Ukraine of planning to use a dirty bomb. Of …

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How to get your lost guns back

Jake T. lives in Natick, Massachusetts. One day, he called the police to report that he had lost his pistol. Around midnight, he said he had accidentally left his pistol on the roof of his car and drove off. The problem was that Jake thought he lost the pistol near an elementary school. Natick police, …

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Day-old gun owner kills violent intruder

Yuhui Z. and her husband live in Modesto, California and they wanted a gun for self-defense. Amazingly, the day after Yuhui purchased a revolver an intruder broke into her house. Around 10 p.m. an intoxicated intruder entered the house where Yuhui and her husband live. Her husband confronted the intruder as soon as he came …

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Warning: Hackers are reading your chats

Comm100 Live Chat is one company that created a platform that connects businesses with customers. It allows them to converse via live chat, audio, video, text, and other methods. The service also provides a self-service option. It allows customers to ask basic questions and receive generic answers. The Comm100 service helps companies offer 24/7 customer …

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How the Russians killed Afghans with gunpowder stew

The Soviet-Afghan War was a ten-year conflict between Afghan insurgent groups and the Soviet Union. The insurgents were backed by countries including the U.S., Saudi Arabia, China, and the United Kingdom. It’s estimated that between 500,000 and 2 million Afghans were killed in the fighting. Millions more fled the country. Some historians believe that the …

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Direct impingement or gas piston?

It’s estimated that Americans own over 20 million AR-15 style firearms, which is awesome. When you hear politicians talk about these firearms, they often mention that these rifles are weapons of war. But what politicians forget is that many firearms were first designed for war. For example, your grandfather’s favorite hunting rifle may have been …

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How the U.S. spied on China’s war games

In early August, China’s military conducted military drills intending to intimidate Taiwan. The military show of force was not only directed at Taiwan but also the U.S. Chinese officials were upset that U.S. politicians visited the island because China considers Taiwan to be its territory. During the drills, the Chinese used missiles, ships, and airplanes …