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How Facebook and Twitter Play Favorites in the 2016 Presidential Election

Facebook and Twitter have both been accused of censoring information regarding the 2016 presidential election.

Former employees accuse Facebook of censoring conservative news, and some Twitter users have found evidence that the company is trying to censor their tweets.

We've never experienced a presidential race quite like this, but we've also never seen the way social media could be manipulated. Until now...


How to Profit on Our Favorite Defense Play of 2016

Army Chief of Staff Gen. Mark Milley went on record in Defense News to say the U.S. Army is in a state of "high risk" when it comes to its capability of fighting one or more large conflicts or defending the country.

Gen. Milley wasn't saying our military isn't up to the job, far from it. Rather, he meant that this critical capability is a tall order considering the threats we face right now and into the future.

North Korea, for instance, has announced its development of a miniaturized nuclear warhead. It already has a ballistic missile capable of flight to the U.S.' west coast.

Saudi Arabia is fighting a two-front war… Iraq, Syria, and Libya are now failed states and fertile ground for terror groups like Al-Qaeda and Daesh… The European Union and Turkey are reeling from homegrown Islamic State-sponsored terror and a crushing refugee crisis.

Worldwide, conflict and disaster have uprooted more than 60 million people – the highest number of displaced persons ever, even including World War II – in a humanitarian, logistical, and security nightmare.

Meanwhile, the National Association of State Chief Information Officers just released a report saying that we likely couldn't stop a cyberattack that happened simultaneously with a natural disaster, like a Category 5 hurricane, with our current cybersecurity capability.

So clearly, the world is not a safe place right now. And governments here and indeed all around the world have their work cut out for them when it comes to providing a defense that can match and defeat the threat.

Here's where our government is turning to help them do all that - and more...

Hot Stocks

How to Play LNKD, FEYE, EXPE, GOOG, and FB Stock Today

Investors in LinkedIn Corp. (NYSE: LNKD), FireEye Inc. (Nasdaq: FEYE), Expedia Inc. (Nasdaq: EXPE), Google Inc. (Nasdaq: GOOG, GOOGL), and Facebook Inc. (Nasdaq: FB) have seen significant share-price jumps this week.

Money Morning Capital Wave Strategist Shah Gilani joined "Varney & Company" on FOX Business Friday to provide a trading expert's take on a rapid-fire list of these noteworthy stocks.

Watch the video below to find out which ones he's buying and selling now...


How to Play Apple Stock After AAPL Q3 Earnings Chop Share Price 5%

Less than blockbuster Q3 earnings sent Apple stock down more than 8% in after-hours trading yesterday (Tuesday), lopping about $60 billion from the company's market cap.

But a closer look at the AAPL Q3 earnings shows the sharply negative reaction wasn't justified. If anything, it shows that Apple has spoiled investors with spectacular earnings beats.

This sell-off ignored several key points in the Apple Q3 earnings...


How to Play Alibaba Stock Now After Singles' Day

Alibaba stock was up as much as 3.5% to $119.07 Wednesday, one day after the biggest shopping day in history.

Nov. 11 was "Singles' Day" in China, and more than $9.3 billion was spent over Alibaba Group Holding Ltd.'s (NYSE: BABA) network of sites. In just 24 hours, Alibaba processed more than 278 million orders.

That's more than was spent in the entire U.S. last Thanksgiving, Black Friday, and Cyber Monday combined.

Here's the best way to play Alibaba stock now that the historic holiday is over...

Hot Stocks

Best Stocks to Buy Now: How to Play 2014's Most Profitable Trends Today

Best stocks to buy for the week ending March 7, 2014: Geopolitical concerns in Ukraine sparked a shift to gold, crude, and grains early last week, while stock futures suffered. But as the week unfolded, investors came back to the stock markets with cautious optimism…

All eyes were on the Standard & Poor's 500 Index – it closed at 1,878.04 on Friday, marking its fifth record closing high in the past seven sessions. It increased 1% over the course of the week.

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