This week on the New World Next Week: A new investigation uncovers rampant criminality in massive oil bribe scandal; the feds are resuming payments to police for stealing your stuff; and a new study confirms that people self-censor when they know they’re being surveilled.
In this week’s episode:
Story #2: Justice Dept. Resumes Controversial Asset Forfeiture ‘Equitable Sharing’
The Feds Have Resumed a Controversial Program That Lets Cops Take Stuff and Keep It
Law Enforcement Seizes $11,000 From 24-Year-Old at Airport Without Charging Him With a Crime
#GoodNewsNextWeek: Throw Away Your Trash Can
State AGs Pledge To Crack Down On Companies That Deceived Public On Climate Change
How A Viral Meme Campaign Taught The Internet That “Taxation Is Theft”
#NewWorldNextWeek Headlines: FBI Drops iPhone Case Against Apple After Outside Hack Succeeds
Google Warns Gmail Users Of ‘Government-Backed Hackers’
CIA-Armed Militias Shooting At Pentagon-Armed Militias In Syria
US Kills ISIS Second-In-Command For 3rd Time In 2 Years
For First Time, Drone Delivers Package To Residential Area
UN Atomic Chief Warns on ‘Nuclear [#FalseFlag] Terrorism’
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