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SQAUK) — MKULTRA was a secret project led by the CIA during the Cold War. It aimed to develop mind control techniques for interrogations and warfare. The project started in the 1950s and was revealed to the public in the 1970s, exposing unethical and disturbing experiments on unknowing human subjects. This article explores the origins, experiments, and termination of MKULTRA. It discusses the potential continuation of similar programs in modern times and their possible connection to the mysterious Dulce Base.

After World War II and during the Cold War, the U.S. government became worried about the possibility of Soviet and Chinese mind control techniques. There were rumors that Communist forces were brainwashing American soldiers. In response, the CIA started Project MKULTRA in 1953 to develop its methods of mind control. CIA chemist Sidney Gottlieb directed this project.

MKULTRA was a comprehensive project comprising 149 subprojects that investigated different methods of manipulating the mind. The project was approved by CIA Director Allen Dulles and involved numerous institutions, including universities, hospitals, and pharmaceutical companies. Many of these organizations conducted experiments without the subjects’ knowledge or consent.

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(SQAUK) — In a harrowing development that has sent shockwaves through the international community, ISIS has issued a menacing threat against the Paris 2024 Olympics, releasing a disturbing image of the Eiffel Tower under attack by a drone. The graphic mock-up, circulated via extremist channels, has heightened fears and underscored the persistent danger posed by the terrorist organization.

Security officials are on high alert following the dissemination of the chilling image, which features the iconic Parisian monument engulfed in flames, with a drone ominously hovering overhead. The message accompanying the image calls for ‘lone wolf’ operatives to launch attacks during the global event, slated to draw millions of spectators and participants from around the world.

In collaboration with international intelligence agencies, French authorities are scrambling to bolster security measures. This includes enhancing surveillance, increasing police presence, and deploying advanced counter-drone technologies to prevent potential threats from materializing. The French Minister of the Interior, Gérald Darmanin, assured the public that “every possible measure” is being taken to safeguard the Olympics, emphasizing the importance of vigilance and cooperation among security forces.

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(SQAUK) Los Angeles, Calif. — In a courageous move, eight former SpaceX engineers have filed a lawsuit against Elon Musk in the Los Angeles Superior Court. They have come forward with allegations of various workplace abuses, including creating an unsafe working environment, failing to pay overtime wages, and fostering a culture of fear and intimidation at the aerospace company.

The plaintiffs, whose identities remain confidential due to fear of retaliation, describe a workplace where safety protocols were routinely ignored in the race to meet ambitious deadlines. Their statement underscores the seriousness of the situation: ‘We were pushed to our physical and mental limits. There was a constant pressure to cut corners to achieve Musk’s unrealistic goals.’

The complaint details several instances of near-miss accidents and hazardous conditions. One incident involved a malfunctioning rocket component that almost caused a catastrophic explosion. The engineers allege that when they raised safety concerns, such as the potential for a devastating blast, they were either ignored or reprimanded for “slowing down progress.”

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8 migrants with suspected ties to the Islamic State were arrested in the US this week

The Biden administration has put the country on a dangerous "pre-9/11" footing on terrorism, says one expert in the wake of the arrests of eight migrants with alleged ties to ISIS.

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Italian lawmaker Leonardo Donno leaves chamber in wheelchair, reports say

A video has captured a wild brawl erupting in Italy’s parliament that reportedly forced a lawmaker to leave the chamber in a wheelchair. 

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Biden joined the UAW picket line in September

Some United Auto Workers (UAW) members are still unwilling to support President Biden in November, despite the union endorsement him, and are planning to vote for former President Trump instead.

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Secretary of State Antony Blinken has previously denied being involved in pushing the letter from 51 former intel officials

Secretary of State Antony Blinken is silent on whether he regrets his alleged efforts in helping discredit Hunter Biden's abandoned laptop that would later be used as evidence in Biden's federal trial resulting in a conviction.

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On early winter mornings, a thin layer of ice forms in craters atop the Red Planet’s towering peaks, near its equator, according to a new study

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In a new study, a computer model was able to identify the recipient of an elephant’s call more than a quarter of the time, which scientists say is significantly greater than chance

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A collection of 44 new studies, largely based on a short-duration tourist trip in 2021, provides insight into the health effects of traveling to space

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 French National Rally Party leader Marine Le Pen gave her first speech since her party trounced French President Emanuel Macron’s party in the French EU Parliament elections, declaring to thunderous applause that “bi-nationals connected to Islamist ideology must be stripped of their nationality and expelled.”

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A group of Senate Republicans have signed onto a new pledge to place a hold on a growing number of President Joe Biden‘s nominees in protest of the criminal prosecutions against former President Donald Trump.

Sens. J.D. Vance (R-OH), Mike Lee (R-UT), Bill Hagerty (R-TN), Roger Marshall (R-KS), Tommy Tuberville (R-AL), and Eric Schmitt (R-MO) signed onto a letter dated June 13 with details of their crack-down.

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Republican Sen. Jerry Moran warned that terrorists 'will inevitably exploit' Biden administration parole policies for illegal border crossers

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Israeli warning apps were flooded with 'nonstop alerts' of rocket attacks

The Hezbollah terrorist group launched waves of rockets and explosive drones into Israel in an attack that caused "nonstop alerts" on Israeli warning apps Thursday.

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The former president rallied thousands in Las Vegas over the weekend

LAS VEGAS – Former President Trump's recent rally in the key swing state of Nevada drew thousands of voters eager to show their support for him, including many angry over his "sham" conviction in a New York City court.

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Jeremy Sweet admitted he was on meth when he drove his truck into the river, killing Emma Sweet, 2

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Rep. Claudia Tenney, R-N.Y., also calls on New York Gov. Kathy Hochul to remove Manhattan DA Alvin Bragg after Trump's hush money conviction

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Rep. Bryan Steil called Biden's executive order an 'attempt' to 'tilt the scales ahead of 2024'

 A House committee is issuing subpoenas to 15 executive agencies in the Biden administration related to constitutional concerns with one of Biden’s executive orders and the departments' implementation. 

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Andrey Kozlov was one of four hostages recovered by Israeli forces in the Gaza Strip over the weekend

The mother of one of the four Hamas hostages rescued by Israeli forces during a special operation over the weekend says her son has described to her "very strange rules" the Palestinian terrorists made him live by. 

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NYPD are investigating after Queens man armed to the teeth was arrested at traffic stop

New York police have arrested a heavily armed man who was pulled over for a traffic stop in Queens and reportedly shared extremist views online. 

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The Supreme Court ruled on restrictions to access to the abortion drug mifepristone

The Supreme Court on Thursday ruled against a challenge to the Food and Drug Administration's (FDA) regulatory approval process of the abortion drug mifepristone, in the latest abortion case since the landmark decision in 2022 that overturned Roe v. Wade. 

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 Fox Business' Larry Kudlow will interview Trump before a group of nearly 100 top CEOs in Washington, DC

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Trump set to release list of potential Supreme Court nominees in coming weeks

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Fox Business' Larry Kudlow will interview Trump before a group of nearly 100 top CEOs in Washington, DC

President Biden's re-election campaign is attempting to set the narrative surrounding former President Trump's business experience as the latter preps to sway leaders of the nation's top companies during an event with major CEOs later Thursday.

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Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex weren't invited to Trooping the Colour for the second year in a row

Prince Harry has been eager to make peace with his father and brother, but his pleas have fallen on deaf ears.

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Rep. Bryan Steil called Biden's executive order an 'attempt' to 'tilt the scales ahead of 2024'

: A House committee is issuing subpoenas to 15 executive agencies in the Biden administration related to constitutional concerns with one of Biden’s executive orders and the departments' implementation. 

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Neural networks and large-language models may offer individualized education to millions of children

Artificial intelligence delivered advances to the U.S. space program and to medicine decades before itNeural networks and large-language models may offer individualized education to millions of children

Artificial intelligence delivered advances to the U.S. space program and to medicine decades before it made headlines.  made headlines. 

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Lee defeated Air Force veteran David Flippo

Former North Las Vegas Mayor John Lee has won the Republican primary for Nevada's 4th Congressional District and will face incumbent Democrat Rep. Steven Horsford in the November general election.

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Rep. Kevin Kiley, R-Calif, accuses liberal lawmakers of cynical efforts to 'confuse voters and undermine the will of the people of California'

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Fox News Digital obtained on-the-record but unasked UFO-related questions by Rep. Anna Paulina Luna, R-Fla., to the Department of Energy

It's a drone; it's a UFO; it's really who you ask: What's buzzing around U.S. nuclear sites?

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