If you are traveling to the united States, migration could review your social networks

The Department of State of the united States want to require all applications for visas, which give their names in social networks, their previous accounts of e-mail and their phone numbers, thus seeking to expand the idea promoted by the government of Trump to control more strictly who can step on american soil. Mark Zukerberg emits message on immigration and undocumented In documents that were published in the Federal Register this past Friday, we asked citizens to comment on the proposal on the new requirements, which could affect some 15…

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Donald Trump blames video games for the recent acts of violence

Ever since video games have generated controversy because there are those who claim that they could operate in the interests of personal development, while others believe that this will negatively affect the behavior of those who consume them. Though there are studies that prove that video games have positive effects on users who invest their time in them, again there arose a debate because of Donald Trump. Last February 14, a student of the secondary school Stoneman Douglas sparked a shootout that caused the death of 17 persons and wounding…

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North Korea Designed a Nuke. So Did This Truck Driver

John Coster-Mullen has reverse-engineered America’s first nuclear weapons and has self-published a book on his findings. Meredith Rizzo/NPR hide caption toggle caption Meredith Rizzo/NPR John Coster-Mullen has reverse-engineered America’s first nuclear weapons and has self-published a book on his findings. Meredith Rizzo/NPR This year, deep inside a mountain, North Korea detonated a giant nuclear bomb. The weapon was powerful; at least 10 times more destructive than the bomb the U.S. dropped on Hiroshima at the end of World War II. The North claimed it was an advanced, thermonuclear design. The…

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