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Google Engineer: Tech dangerous, taking sides

Project Veritas provides this on-the-record interview with Google Sr. Engineer Greg Coppola following a series of insider Google reports, including internal Google documents which exposed political bias, “algorithmic unfairness,” and the use of “blacklists” at YouTube.

Coppola works on artificial intelligence and the Google Assistant:

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Carlson: ‘Rethink Relationship’ with AFP

Recently, Fox News Channel host Tucker Carlson argued conservatives should “rethink” their relationship with Charles Koch and a network of affiliates.

Publicly known through their organization “Americans for Prosperity,” funded efforts have sought to elevate the organization’s positions to become dominate policy of local Conservative activism in Oklahoma.

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AG Hunter on Teva Pharm settlement

OK Attorney General Mike Hunter

NORMAN – Attorney General Mike Hunter announced Tuesday the terms of the $85 million settlement agreement with Israeli-based Teva Pharmaceuticals that was negotiated last month.

In addition to the funds going to the state to be used to abate the opioid epidemic, Teva will not employ or contract with sales representatives to promote opioids in the state; the company will not use speakers, key opinion leaders or speaking events to promote opioids; and the company will not provide direct or indirect financial support for branded or unbranded information promoting opioids, such as brochures, newsletters, books and guides.

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Arkansas River receding in Oklahoma (for now)

Arkansas River is receding in Northeastern Oklahoma as the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers scales back releases from the hydroelectric dam near Tulsa.

Storms dropped more than 20 inches of rain on parts of the region over the past month and pushed the Keystone Lake reservoir to record levels.

The river fell into the minor flood stage at about 7 a.m. in Tulsa County Friday morning, according to data from the National Weather Service. The river had climbed to the major flooding stage (over 23 feet) during the worst of the flooding.

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