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Senator Manchin calls for U.S. to ban Bitcoin

Nearly three years ago, Senator Chuck Schumer claimed that Bitcoin was money laundering -- which is, of course, ridiculous. For years, though, there have been plenty of concerns within the Bitcoin community over when and how there would be some sort…

Disabled gay veteran booed by anti-LGBT protestors in San Antonio

Eric Alva, a gay veteran who was the first Marine seriously injured the Iraq War, was repeatedly booed by anti-LGBT protestors as he spoke in favor of changes to San Antonio’s anti-discrimination policies that would add protections for sexual orientation, gender identity and veteran status. A crowd led by several pastors rallied in front

Watch live: Obama unveils new transparency measures after NSA controversy

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – U.S. President Barack Obama will unveil new measures on Friday to increase transparency and build public trust in controversial government surveillance programs, a senior administration official said on Friday. Obama is scheduled to give a press conference at 3:00 p.m. eastern time (1900 GMT) from the White House. (Reporting by Jeff

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