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  1. The UK has just changed its copyright-and-patent monopoly law to extend copyright to furniture and to extend the term of that copyright on furniture with about a century. Source
  2. Police in South Florida shot an unarmed black caretaker Monday as he tried to help his autistic patient. Source
  3. At least ten people are dead after a gunman opened fire at a shopping mall in Munich. Source
  4. Only adults can get married in Virginia, according to a new law replacing policies that made it possible for a girl 13 or younger to marry if she had parental consent and was pregnant. Source
  5. These may be extraordinarily dark times for the LGBTQ community in America, but a bright spot is on the horizon—and out of Mississippi, of all places. No, the state’s Republican-dominated legislature hasn’t wised up and repealed its horrific anti-LGBTQ segregation law.
  6. At least 20 people have been killed and some 42 injured in a shooting at a gay nightclub in Orlando, Florida, police say. Source
  7. James Meyers said he was pulled over for driving his car with a defective taillight on Tuesday when the police officer told him there was a warrant out for his arrest. Source
  8. Yesterday, a District Court Judge ordered Apple to help the FBI access files on one of the iPhones of the San Bernardino shooters. Now, Apple CEO Tim Cook has defined Apple’s position on the matter—and it plans to fight the ruling as far as it can. Source
  9. Ammon Bundy, the leader of an armed seizing of a federal wildlife refuge in rural eastern Oregon, was arrested and one person was killed Tuesday afternoon in a traffic stop in rural Oregon, the F.B.I. and the Oregon State Police said. Source
  10. Poles took to the streets Saturday in freezing temperatures to protest a new media law that allows the government to take control of state television and radio broadcasters, which many fear is a step toward an authoritarian state. Critics say the move by the Law and Justice party in power infringes on civil liberties and threatens the young democracy that emerged from the fall of Communism on 1989. Source
  11. According to leaked documents France's Ministry of Interior is considering two new proposals: a ban on free and shared Wi-Fi connections during a state of emergency, and measures to block Tor being used inside France. Source
  12. With the U.S. and other countries on high alert for ISIS attacks, American authorities are warning the terror group’s followers may have infiltrated American borders with authentic-looking passports ISIS has printed itself with its own machines, according to an intelligence report obtained by ABC News. Source
  13. Turkey has shot down a Russian military jet which it says violated its airspace near the Syrian border. Source
  14. Russian Air Force planes have just attacked and destroyed a convoy of Turkish vehicles inside Syria. Turkey claims the trucks were a "relief convoy" calls the attack "an act of war." See bottom paragraph for update.
  15. Compounding the nation's severe shortage of execution drugs, federal authorities have confiscated shipments of a lethal-injection chemical that Arizona and Texas tried to bring in from abroad, saying such imports are illegal. Source
  16. Nuclear annihilation across the globe. This is what a German reporter who successfully embedded with the Islamic State says the terror group is planning. Jurgen Todenhofer released his findings in a book titled “Inside IS - Ten Days in the Islamic State,” reports the UK’s Daily Express. Source
  17. Walmart, the world's largest retailer, said Thursday it would no longer stock the AR-15 and other semi-automatic weapons because of flagging demand, focusing instead on shot guns and rifles. Source
  18. North Korea has mobilised dozens of submarines and doubled its artillery units along the border, South Korea said Sunday, accusing Pyongyang of undermining top-level talks aimed at averting a military confrontation. Source
  19. Have you met the Stepford students? They’re everywhere. On campuses across the land. Source