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Obama State Dept. used taxpayer dollars to fund George Soros group's political activities in Albania, watchdog group says

Looks like the US *interfered in foreign elections,* again: Obama State Dept. used taxpayer dollars to fund George Soros group's political activities in Albania, watchdog group says | 05 April 2018 | The Obama administration sent U.S. taxpayer funds to a group backed by billionaire George Soros to fund left-wing Deep State activities in Albania, a conservative watchdog group says. The group, Judicial Watch, obtained 32 pages of records from the Justice Department this week through a May 2017 Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) lawsuit against the State Department and U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID.) The new documents show USAID funds were sent through the agency's Civil Society Project to back Soros's "East West Management Institute" through USAID's "Justice for [All" campaign. USAID provided $8.8 million in 2016 to that campaign.

F.B.I. Raids Office of Trump's Longtime Lawyer Michael Cohen, Seizing Privileged Communications

F.B.I. Raids Office of Trump's Longtime Lawyer Michael Cohen, Seizing Privileged Communications | 09 April 2018 | The F.B.I. on Monday raided the office of President Trump's longtime personal lawyer, Michael D. Cohen, seizing records related to several topics... Federal prosecutors in Manhattan obtained the search warrant after receiving a referral from the special counsel, Robert S. Mueller III, according to Mr. Cohen's lawyer, who called the search "completely inappropriate and unnecessary." The search does not appear to be directly related to Mr. Mueller's investigation, but likely resulted from information he had uncovered and gave to prosecutors in New York. "Today the U.S. Attorney's Office for the Southern District of New York executed a series of search warrants and seized the privileged communications between my client, Michael Cohen, and his clients," said Stephen Ryan, his lawyer. "I have been advised by federal prosecutors that the New York action is, in part, a referral by the Office of Special Counsel, Robert Mueller."

Former aide to Gov. Rick Scott killed in boating accident

Former aide to Gov. Rick Scott killed in boating accident | 09 April 2018 | Jereima "Jeri" Bustamante, former Press Secretary for Florida Governor Rick Scott, has died in a boating accident, the Governor's office confirmed Monday. She was 33 years old. The Governor's office says Bustamante had also served as Press Secretary for Lt. Governor Carlos Lopez-Cantera during the reelection campaign and assisted with Hispanic media outreach.

Russian MoD: Two Israeli Warplanes Attacked Syrian Airbase From Lebanon Airspace

Breaking: Russian MoD: Two Israeli Warplanes Attacked Syrian Airbase | 09 April 2018 | Israel has yet to confirm the information, while local media reports suggested that the IDF spy jet had been spotted in the area. The Russian Defense Ministry has stated that it had been two Israeli warplanes that had attacked a Syrian government T-4 airbase in the Homs province early on Monday. "On April 9, from 03:25 to 03:53 Moscow time, two Israeli Air Force F-15 jets, carried out an airstrike by two guided missiles on the T-4 airfield from the Lebanese territory and without entering Syria's airspace." According to the Russian military, the strikes were carried out from Lebanese airspace. Five out of eight strikes, carried out by the Israeli F-15 jets, were destroyed by Syrian air defenses, the ministry said.

Red Crescent Found No Trace of Chemical Weapons in Syria's Douma - Doctor

Red Crescent Found No Trace of Chemical Weapons in Syria's Douma - Doctor | 09 April 2018 | NATO states, including the US and Turkey, have accused Syrian authorities of using chemical weapons in a move, which has been slammed by Damascus, Moscow and Tehran as a pretext for airstrikes on the Syrian government forces. Syrian medical specialists have found no trace of chemical weapons having been used in Eastern Ghouta, a member of the Red Crescent, who worked for the last seven years at the central hospital of Douma in Eastern Ghouta, told journalists. "I have spent seven years working at the central hospital in Douma. At some point, our [hospital] received six people, who were allegedly suffering from respiratory problems. Following a medical examination, we did not find any problems at all, any traces of chemical agents," Saif al-Deen Hobiya, a member of the Red Crescent, said.

Google employees petition CEO to drop out of Pentagon AI project

Google employees petition CEO to drop out of Pentagon AI project | 04 April 2018 | Over 3,100 Google employees have signed a petition opposing the company's part in a Pentagon AI program. The letter asked CEO Sundar Pichai to pull Google out of the project, which harnesses artificial intelligence to analyze video and could improve drone targeting. Further, it urged him to establish and enforce a policy that kept the company or its subsidiaries from ever building "warfare technology." That could include a lot of things, but if this partnership is a baseline, said policy would include simply providing government agencies with Google's tech. Gizmodo broke the news last month that the company would lend AI TensorFlow programming kits to the Pentagon's Project Maven, and according to sources, employees were outraged that the government would use it to improve drone operations.

German police foil 'planned knife attack' on Berlin half-marathon as they arrest six men - including one 'with links to Christmas market attacker'

German police foil 'planned knife attack' on Berlin half-marathon as they arrest six men - including one 'with links to Christmas market attacker' | 08 April 2018 | Police have foiled an ISIS-inspired knife attack on Sunday's half-marathon in Berlin. Special police forces detained six men in connection with the sporting event that was attended by 36,000. German daily Die Welt said the main suspect was planning to kill participants and spectators with knives. According to Die Welt, the main suspect knew Anis Amri, the Tunisian attacker who targeted a Christmas market in 2016.

White Helmets accused of looting very little aid coming into Aleppo, forcing starving locals to act on camera in return for a loaf of bread

White Helmets accused of looting very little aid coming into Aleppo, forcing starving locals to act on camera in return for a loaf of bread | 08 April 2018 | The notorious White Helmets group, claiming to be impartial first responders protecting Syrians -- and filming themselves doing so -- are again to the fore in Western media coverage, after they accused Damascus of a chemical attack...The self-proclaimed rescuers were working closely with the militants and operating under their protection, Aleppans told RT, describing how supposedly impartial humanitarian workers were saving only "their own." White Helmets members were also accused of looting the very little aid that was coming into the city and of using the provisions to force starving locals to act on camera in return for a loaf of bread. Further evidence of the Western-funded group's close collaboration with militants was discovered by Gazdiev, as he toured several of their headquarters across the destroyed city.

Moscow calls 'chemical attack' in Douma 'fake news,' warns against Syrian intervention

Moscow calls 'chemical attack' in Douma 'fake news,' warns against Syrian intervention | 08 April 2018 | Reports of an alleged gas attack in the Syrian town of Douma are 'fake news' aimed at justifying potential strikes against Syria, Moscow said. It warned of "dire consequences" in the event of any military interference. The Russian Foreign Ministry denounced the latest reports about a chemical attack that allegedly affected dozens of civilians in the militant-controlled town of Douma. It said the reports were another example of a "continuous series of fake news about the use of chlorine and other chemical agents by the government forces." The ministry pointed out that the source of the reports was the notorious "civil defense" group, the White Helmets, which has been repeatedly accused of having ties to [*are* the] terrorists, as well as other groups based in the US and UK.

North Korea tells the U.S. it is prepared to discuss denuclearization when Trump and Kim Jong Un meet

North Korea tells the U.S. it is prepared to discuss denuclearization when Trump and Kim Jong Un meet | 08 April 2018 | North Korea has told the United States for the first time that it is prepared to discuss the denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula when North Korean leader Kim Jong Un meets President Donald Trump, a U.S. official said on Sunday. U.S. and North Korean officials have held secret contacts recently in which Pyongyang directly delivered the message of its willingness to hold the summit, the official told Reuters, speaking on condition of anonymity. Until now, Washington had relied on South Korea's assurance of Kim's intentions.

West U councilwoman accused of yelling obscenities at teen wearing Trump shirt releases statement

West U councilwoman accused of yelling obscenities at teen wearing Trump shirt releases statement | 05 April 2018 | (Houston, TX) Investigators at the Harris County Precinct One Constable's Office on Wednesday filed a disorderly conduct charge against West University Place Councilwoman Kellye Burke, after accusations that she berated a group of teenage girls over a Trump T-shirt...The father said the girls left without responding to the woman. He said one of the girls said she noticed that Burke had taken a picture of her. "They were scared," the father said. "...My little girl essentially wanted to know if this woman was going to hurt her." West U police referred the case to Harris County Precinct One Constable's office, which filed a class C misdemeanor charge against Burke.

Fire erupts at Trump Tower in New York City; 1 person dead, at least 4 hurt

Fire erupts at Trump Tower in New York City; 1 person dead, at least 4 hurt | 07 April 2018 | At least one person died and four others were injured after a fire broke out in Trump Tower in New York City on Saturday, police and fire officials said. A 67-year-old male who was "unconscious and unresponsive" was removed from the 50th floor by the FDNY, police said. He was transported to the hospital where he was pronounced dead...The blaze was described by the FDNY's alert system on Twitter as a 4-alarm fire that erupted on the 50th floor of the high rise on 5th Avenue in Manhattan. They initially had called it a 2-alarm fire.

Japan activates first marines since WW2 to bolster defenses against China

Japan activates first marines since WW2 to bolster defenses against China | 07 April 2018 | Japan on Saturday activated its first marine unit since World War Two trained to counter invaders occupying Japanese islands along the edge of the East China Sea that Tokyo fears are vulnerable to attack by China. In a ceremony held at a military base near Sasebo on the southwest island of Kyushu, about 1,500 members of the Amphibious Rapid Deployment Brigade (ARDB) wearing camouflage lined up outside amid cold, windy weather. The troops conducted a 20-minute mock public exercise recapturing a remote island from invaders.

86th Doctor Found Dead in GA River; CDC and Atlanta PD Give Conflicting Stories

86th Doctor Found Dead in GA River; CDC and Atlanta PD Give Conflicting Stories | 05 April 2018 | A body found in the Chattahoochee River has been identified as missing CDC scientist, Dr. Timothy Cunningham. The doctor had been missing in Georgia since February 12th. According to authorities, he left work early that day saying he wasn't feeling well, and wasn't seen again. All of his belongings, including his car and beloved dog, Bo, were found at his residence. Cunningham was working as an epidemiologist in the CDC's chronic disease unit. Sadly, he is the 86th doctor found dead in our holistic doctor death series..."We may never be able to tell you how he got into the river," said Maj. Michael O'Connor of the Atlanta Police Department.

CDC scientist found dead in Atlanta after mysterious disappearance likely drowned, police say

CDC scientist found dead in Atlanta after mysterious disappearance likely drowned, police say | 05 April 2018 | A Centers for Disease and Control employee who mysteriously vanished two months ago was found dead in an Atlanta river and likely drowned, police said Thursday. Dr. Timothy Cunningham, a promising official who aided the CDC in responses to Ebola and Zika outbreaks, went missing in February after leaving work early at his office in Chamblee, Ga. Cunningham told co-workers he felt sick and planned to finish working at home. But in the hours and days before his disappearance, Cunningham, 35, made a number of odd comments. [Sounds like Dr. Cunningham was drugged, murdered, and dumped. He's likely gone the way of the eighty-plus dead holistic doctors, many of whom reported how Nagalase, added to vaccines, spurs tumor growth by suppressing the body's immune system.]

Firefighters battle blaze on 50th floor of Trump Tower in New York

Breaking: Firefighters battle blaze on 50th floor of Trump Tower in New York | 07 April 2018 | Firefighters are battling a blaze at Trump Tower in New York. The fire broke out on the 50th floor of the luxury high rise building on Saturday afternoon. The President is currently in Washington, D.C. The New York Fire Department said on its Twitter feed that it was a three-alarm blaze and there were no immediate reports of injuries.

3 dead, 20 injured after van plows into crowd in Germany

3 dead, 20 injured after van plows into crowd in Germany --German authorities are treating incident as deliberate attack --Multiple German media outlets reported suspect was 48-year-old German man named Jens R. | 07 April 2018 | A vehicle drove into a group of people in the western German city of Münster on Saturday, killing three people and injuring 20, German authorities confirmed. Herbert Reul, the interior minister of North Rhine-Westphalia, the state where Münster is located, said the driver of the van shot himself after the incident and was one of the three people who died. BILD reported that six of the injured are in life-threatening condition. Authorities are treating the incident as a deliberate attack, CNN reported, citing a police spokesperson.

Muenster 'van attack': Two dead and 20 injured after vehicle ploughs into crowd in Germany

Muenster 'van attack': Two dead and 20 injured after vehicle ploughs into crowd in Germany --Latest: Two killed and around 20 believed to be injured following collision --Driver shot himself after the crash --Police said it was not an accident but no signs of it being a copycat IS terror attack. | 07 April 2018 | Two people were killed and 20 injured after a van ploughed into a diners sitting outside a cafe in the western German university city of Muenster. The vehicle crashed into people sitting in front of the famous Kiepenkerl in the historic downtown area on a sunny Saturday afternoon. The driver, whose identity is not yet known, shot and killed himself immediately after the incident. Police spokesman Peter Nuessmeyer said he could not confirm media reports that he was a middle-aged German man with psychological issues.

Salisbury attack: Skripal cousin claims pair suffered 'food poisoning'

Salisbury attack: Skripal cousin claims pair suffered 'food poisoning' | 07 April 2018 | The cousin of Yulia Skripal has been refused a visa to come to Britain- hours after she claimed her relatives had merely suffered food poisoning. Viktoria Skripal wanted to travel from Russia to visit Yulia and Sergei Skripal as they recover from a[n alleged] nerve agent attack in Salisbury, but has been denied entry to the UK. Earlier, Viktoria told Sky News she believes Yulia and Sergei "ate something wrong" at a pub they visited before collapsing on a public bench in Salisbury city centre.

Texas immediately sending 250 National Guard members to Mexican border; Arizona to deploy 150 next week

Texas immediately sending 250 National Guard members to Mexican border; Arizona to deploy 150 next week | 06 April 2018 | Texas and Arizona officials are deploying a total of 400 troops to the Mexican border, just days after President Trump's order aiming to stop illegal crossings and drug trafficking, they said Friday. Texas, which has the longest border with Mexico, sent its first National Guard members Friday evening following a news conference where military officials detailed plans to send about 250 guardsmen to its 1,241-mile-long border within 72 hours. Arizona, whose border with Mexico spans about 375 miles, plans to send 150 troops by next week.

Trump Signs Memo Ordering End to 'Catch and Release' Immigration Policy

Trump Signs Memo Ordering End to 'Catch and Release' Immigration Policy | 06 April 2018 | President Trump issued a memorandum on Friday directing his administration to move quickly to bring an end to "catch and release," the practice by which immigrants presenting themselves at the border without authorization are released from detention while waiting for their cases to be processed. The directive does not, on its own, toughen immigration policy or take concrete steps to do so; it merely directs officials to report to the president about steps they are taking to "expeditiously end 'catch and release' practices." But it is a symbolic move by Mr. Trump to use his executive action to solve a problem that he has bitterly complained Congress will not.

Angry crowd shouts down NJ lawmakers over vaccine vote

Angry crowd shouts down NJ lawmakers over vaccine vote --'I do not believe that our government has the right to pass judgment on whether or not one's religious practices are genuine.' - Brian Malloy | 05 April 2018 | An Assembly panel Thursday advanced legislation that would make it tougher to obtain a religious exemption from mandatory immunizations, despite opposition from more than 300 people who were vociferously angry when it passed. The bill, A3818, would require students, or their parents or guardians if they're minors, to submit a notarized document explaining how getting a vaccine conflicts with their bona fide religious tenets or practices. General philosophical or moral objections wouldn't suffice. More than 60 opponents testified against the bill, mostly citing religious grounds, and around 270 more submitted slips noting their opposition but didn't speak.

Barack Obama supporters outraged by Bernie Sanders's 'deplorable' attack on Democratic Party on anniversary of Martin Luther King assassination

Barack Obama supporters outraged by Bernie Sanders's 'deplorable' attack on Democratic Party on anniversary of Martin Luther King assassination | 05 April 2018 | Bernie Sanders has triggered a backlash by making comments interpreted as an attack on [Wall Street/CIA troll] Barack Obama on the 50th anniversary of the assassination of Martin Luther King. The senator for Vermont appeared to criticise the first black US President as he branded the Democratic Party a "failure". Speaking in Jackson, Mississippi, he said Democrats had lost a record number of legislative seats. "The business model, if you like, of the Democratic Party for the last 15 years or so has been a failure,'' said the Vermont Senator...Mr Sanders's comments were quickly branded "patronising" and "deplorable".

Missing CDC epidemiologist's body found in river weeks after disappearance, police say

Missing CDC epidemiologist's body found in river weeks after disappearance, police say | The body of a missing employee at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention was found this week in a river nearly two months after his "unusual" disappearance prompted a nationwide search, police announced Thursday. Timothy Cunningham, an epidemiologist at the CDC, was found in Chattahoochee River in northwest Atlanta late Tuesday. Fishermen in the area spotted the body along the bank of the river face up. The decomposed body was stuck in mud in an area that was not easily accessible, leading officials to believe it was "in that position for a while."

Trump signs order to send National Guard troops to the US-Mexico border

Trump signs order to send National Guard troops to the US-Mexico border | 04 April 2018 | President Donald Trump signed a proclamation to deploy National Guard troops along the US-Mexico border. "Unfortunately, time and time again, Congress has failed to act," Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen said, referring to lawmakers' refusal to provide Trump's requested funding for his long-promised border wall and adjust certain immigration laws. "We're taking whatever actions we can as an executive branch," she added. Previous administrations have also deployed the National Guard.

Minnesota joins lawsuit against new census citizenship question

Minnesota joins lawsuit against new census citizenship question | 04 April 2018 | Minnesota is suing the federal government over a single question on the 2020 census - a question it argues could skew its population count and cost it everything from a seat in Congress to its share of federal funding. The state, along with 16 other states, six cities, and the District of Columbia filed suit in federal court Tuesday, arguing that the U.S. Commerce Department's plan to ask about respondents' citizenship status is unconstitutional and could drive down response rates.

Britain behaving like 'mafia state' in Skripal case - OSCE ex-VP Willy Wimmer

Britain behaving like 'mafia state' in Skripal case - OSCE ex-VP Willy Wimmer | 04 April 2018 | The UK is exploiting European solidarity and behaving like a 'mafia state' by pushing forward warmongering accusations and excluding Russia from the Skripal poisoning probe, the former vice-president of OSCE assembly told RT. Britain's behavior in the Skripal poisoning scandal is "a major danger to international peace," believes Willy Wimmer, who held the vp position with the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE) assembly from 1994 to 2000, and who had previously served as state secretary to Germany's defense minister. "I think we would call this state a mafia state because it is against all European and international rules and regulations how the British government has behaved in a criminal case with regard to another country," Wimmer told RT.

Trump says he wants to pull troops out of Syria and that he told Saudi Arabia they can pay for them if they want U.S. presence to remain

Trump says he wants to pull troops out of Syria and that he told Saudi Arabia they can pay for them if they want U.S. presence to remain | 03 April 2018 | President Trump repeated his wish to pull American troops out of Syria during a press conference Tuesday with Baltic leaders. 'I want to get out, I want to bring our troops back home, I want to start rebuilding our nation,' Trump said. The president explained that the country's 'primary mission' in Syria was to obliterate ISIS, which is almost done. 'Saudi Arabia is very interested in our decision,' Trump noted. 'I said, "Well, if you want us to stay maybe you'll have to pay."'

Police and employees confirm an 'active shooting scene' at YouTube HQ in Silicon Valley

Breaking: Police and employees confirm an 'active shooting scene' at YouTube HQ in Silicon Valley | 03 April 2018 | According to a series of tweets and confirmation from police, there is currently an "active shooting scene" at the headquarters of YouTube in San Bruno. San Bruno police confirm that they are responding to the incident, but other details remain unclear. But employees at the scene are also reporting the shooting and are trying to protect themselves there. There are helicopters on the scene as well as police SWAT teams.

Gunshots reported at YouTube headquarters in California

Breaking: Gunshots reported at YouTube headquarters in California | 03 April 2018 | Gunshots were reported at YouTube headquarters in California on Tuesday as police rushed to the scene. Users on social media indicated that ambulances were arriving and nearby offices were on lockdown. Many claimed there was an "active shooter," but police did not immediately confirm it. San Bruno Police confirmed on Twitter that they were responding to an active shooter.

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