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Pentagon Admits to Carrying Out 'Multiple Ground Missions' in Yemen

Pentagon Admits to Carrying Out 'Multiple Ground Missions' in Yemen | 21 Dec 2017 | For the first time, the Pentagon has admitted to carrying out "multiple ground missions" in Yemen. "U.S. forces have conducted multiple ground operations and more than 120 strikes in 2017," U.S. Central Command, Centcom, in Tampa, Florida, said in a statement, with the aim to "disrupt the ability of al-Qaeda [al-CIAduh] in the Arabian Peninsula and ISIS[I-CIA-SIS]-Yemen to use ungoverned spaces in Yemen as a hub for terrorist recruiting, training and base of operations to export terror worldwide." The U.S. Defense Department claimed the ISIS presence has doubled in Yemen.

College pronoun FAQ: regularly ask for others' pronouns

College pronoun FAQ: regularly ask for others' pronouns | 21 Dec 2017 | A resource guide at Bard College encourages students, faculty, staff, and visitors, to avoid using "gender binary" language. The Pronoun FAQ, found on the school's Office for Gender Equity resource webpage, encourages community members to "avoid using gender binary language such as 'ladies and gentlemen,' 'boys and girls.'" Instead, they are urged to use "'everybody,' 'folks,' or, 'all people.'" The guide also states that simply asking another person about gender identity once is insufficient. "If I ask someone their pronouns once, is that enough?" the guide asks. "No, the best practice is to ask regularly because gender identity is not always fixed and static, and some people may change their pronouns."

Prosecutors ask FBI agents for info on Uranium One deal

Prosecutors ask FBI agents for info on Uranium One deal | 21 Dec 2017 | On the orders of Attorney General Jeff Sessions, Justice Department prosecutors have begun asking FBI agents to explain the evidence they found in a now dormant criminal investigation into a controversial uranium deal that critics have linked to Bill and Hillary Clinton, multiple law enforcement officials told NBC News. The interviews with FBI agents are part of the Justice Department's effort to fulfill a promise an assistant attorney general made to Congress last month to examine whether a special counsel was warranted to look into what has become known as the Uranium One deal, a senior Justice Department official said. At issue is a 2010 transaction in which the Obama Administration allowed the sale of U.S. uranium mining facilities to Russia's state atomic energy company.

U.S. court rejects Trump bid to stop transgender military recruits on Jan. 1

U.S. court rejects Trump bid to stop transgender military recruits on Jan. 1 | 21 Dec 2017 | A federal appeals court in Virginia on Thursday rejected a bid by President Donald Trump's administration to prevent the U.S. military from accepting transgender recruits starting Jan. 1. The administration had urged the appeals court to suspend an order by a federal judge in Baltimore for the armed forces to begin accepting transgender recruits on that date. In a brief two-paragraph order, the three-judge panel of the Richmond-based 4th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals said it was denying the administration's request while the appeal proceeds. All three judges are Democratic appointees.

Pyongyang rejects biological weapons rumors, accuses US of fabricating pretext for attack

Pyongyang rejects biological weapons rumors, accuses US of fabricating pretext for attack | 21 Dec 2017 | North Korea has rejected media speculation, fuelled by the US National Security Strategy, that it's preparing for chemical warfare. Pyongyang accused Washington of fabricating yet another "false pretext" for a surprise attack. As tensions on the Korean peninsula continue to escalate, a series of reports suggest that North Korea might be developing a program to fit biological weapons on intercontinental ballistic missiles...North Korea dismissed the allegations that it's preparing for biological warfare. "The DPRK, as a state party to the Biological Weapons Convention (BWC), maintains its consistent stand to oppose development, manufacture, stockpiling and possession of biological weapons," the North's Institute for American Studies, affiliated with the foreign ministry, was quoted as saying by state news agency KCNA.

'Foiled terror plot': Police given more time to question men after raids

'Foiled terror plot': Police given more time to question men after raids | 20 Dec 2017 | Police have been given until Christmas Day to decide if they want to charge four men held as part of an operation to foil a suspected attack on 25 December. Following police raids on Tuesday morning, the men, aged 31, 22, 36 and 41, have been held for questioning. Detectives have been given till 4pm on Christmas Day to either charge, release or apply for a further extension to custody. South Yorkshire Police said specialist teams continued to assist with ongoing searches at the scene in Sheffield Road, Chesterfield, Derbyshire, as a "precautionary measure".

3 ex-deputies indicted in stun gun death in Georgia

3 ex-deputies indicted in stun gun death in Georgia | 20 Dec 2017 | A grand jury in Georgia has indicted three white former sheriff's deputies on murder charges for their alleged roles in the stun gun death of a 58-year-old black man who they said acted "suspiciously" after asking a stranger for water. The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports Tuesday's indictment charges the Washington County ex-deputies -- Michael Howell, Henry Copeland and Rhett Scott -- with felony murder, false imprisonment and aggravated assault in the death of Euree Lee Martin.

British Columbia bans grizzly hunting effective immediately

British Columbia bans grizzly hunting effective immediately | 19 Dec 2017 | Less than a month after a ban on grizzly bear trophy hunting came into effect, the province has decided to expand the ban to include hunting the species for meat. B.C.'s minister of forests, lands and natural resources made the announcement Monday, stating that the decision was made after consultations conducted earlier this fall. "We have listened to what British Columbians have to say on this issue and it is abundantly clear that the grizzly hunt is not in line with their values," Doug Donaldson said in a statement. The government consulted with Aboriginal groups, stakeholders and the public, and said that 78 per cent of respondents supported an outright ban.

California city promises to remove row of 50-foot-tall 'racist' trees planted in the 1960s

California city promises to remove row of 50-foot-tall 'racist' trees planted in the 1960s | 20 Dec 2017 | A row of 'racist' trees standing between an African-American neighborhood and a city golf course will be removed, local officials in Palm Springs, California, told neighborhood residents. On Sunday, Palm Springs Mayor Robert Moon told residents of the historically black Crossley Tract neighborhood that the city would remove the line of tamarisk trees and a chain link fence that runs between the neighborhood and the Tahquitz Creek Golf Course, reports the Desert Sun. ...Many of the neighborhood residents, the Desert Sun reported, believe that the tamarisk trees were planted in the 1960s as a way to purposely segregate the African-American Crossley Tract residents from the predominantly wealthy white golf players.

CA, NJ and NY Republicans vote against tax bill over deductions for state and local taxes - and Trump fails to convince a single Democrat to back it

California, New Jersey and New York Republicans vote against tax bill over deductions for state and local taxes - and Trump fails to convince a single Democrat to back it | 19 Dec 2017 | Of the 12 House Republicans who crossed party lines to vote 'no' in Tuesday's congressional tax showdown, all but one hail from deep blue regions of the country where new deduction cutoffs for state and local taxes could leave voters smarting. Speaker Paul Ryan, not surprisingly, failed to rally any Democrats to his banner. And with the exception of a North Carolina member who has a history of opposing President Donald Trump, the GOP renegades all hailed from California, New Jersey and New York. The final tax plan limits federal deductions to a total of $10,000 for income, property and sales taxes paid at the state and local level. More than half the total savings from the current deduction goes to taxpayers in California, Illinois, New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania and Texas. Voters in those states will stand to lose the most from the change.

GOP tax bill passes Senate by 51 to 48 vote

Republican Tax Bill Passes Senate in 51-48 Vote | 19 Dec 2017 | Republicans took a critical step toward notching their first significant legislative victory since assuming full political control, as the House and Senate voted along party lines on Tuesday and into early Wednesday to pass the most sweeping rewrite of the tax code in decades. The $1.5 trillion tax bill, which is expected to head to President Trump's desk in the coming days, will have broad effects on the economy, making deep and lasting cuts to corporate taxes as well as temporarily lowering individual taxes. The endeavor was not without hiccups, however, as three small provisions in the final tax bill agreed to by the House and Senate were found by the Senate parliamentarian to violate the budget rules that Republicans must follow to pass their bill through a process that shields it from a Democratic filibuster. As a result, the bill changed slightly in the Senate, and the House will now need to vote on it again since both chambers must approve identical legislation.

Japan approves missile shield expansion with US-made land-based Aegis launchers

Japan approves missile shield expansion with US-made land-based Aegis launchers | 19 Dec 2017 | Tokyo has formally approved the purchase and deployment of Aegis Ashore systems to "fundamentally improve" Japan's anti-missile capabilities against potential "surprise attacks," local media reported after the Cabinet meeting. The Japanese government plans to purchase two Lockheed Martin missile defense systems at the cost of at least 100 billion yen ($888 million) a unit, Defense Ministry officials noted, expressing hope that Aegis Ashore would become operational by 2023. The missile defense systems will be equipped with SM-3 Block 2A interceptors and will be administered by the Ground Self-Defense Force.

4chan Users Find Evidence Atlanta Airport Blackout Was Part of Intentional Cover-Up

4chan Users Find Evidence Atlanta Airport Blackout Was Part of Intentional Cover-Up | 18 Dec 2017 | Late last night a sudden power outage shut down the world's busiest airport. With the outage leading to both the FAA and Atlanta's mayor ordering the suspension and grounding of all flights going both in an out of the airport while work was done to restore power. However, the internet detectives over at 4chan have noticed one interesting piece of the story that no one in the mainstream press seems to want to mention. That right in the middle of this over 12-hour supposedly complete air traffic shut down, a single plane was mysteriously allowed to leave the airport. Which leaves us with an obvious question. Just what was so special about this lone permitted flight?

Question less: The Guardian whitewashes all criticism of foreign-funded Syrian 'White Helmets'

Question less: The Guardian whitewashes all criticism of foreign-funded Syrian 'White Helmets' | 18 Dec 2017 | The Guardian has cast aside self-awareness, seized the moral high ground (its self-proclaimed permanent base), and jumped to the defense of Syria's 'White Helmets' [a NATO-backed terrorist group], painting the group as victims of an "online propaganda machine." Journalist [sic] Olivia Solon, in an article headlined 'White Helmets became victims of an online propaganda machine,' is keen to make sure that any questions about the motives of the group are dismissed as a 'counter-narrative.' That's what others might call the 'other side of the story.' In full effect is the journalistic trope of our times…RUSSIAN INTERFERENCE! ...The White Helmets were essentially trained and founded by a man called James Le Mesurier, who can best be described as a British mercenary with extensive links to NATO.

Antifa Website Post Detailed Pouring Concrete on Train Tracks

Antifa Website Post Detailed Pouring Concrete on Train Tracks - Cause of Derailment? | 18 Dec 2017 | In a post on the main website of Antifa called "It's going down," Antifa admitted to pouring concrete on train tracks to stop delivery of fracking equipment in Washington state. There were also tweets by Antifa factions where they openly bragged online about this action. Today, a massive derailment occurred, and several deaths have been reported. [Journalists] are recalling the since deleted post by Antifa on their main website, IGD, where they admitted openly about pouring the concrete on the tracks.

Antifa Sabotaged Train in Olympia Three Weeks Ago

Antifa Sabotaged Train in Olympia Three Weeks Ago | 18 Dec 2017 | In late November, Antifa activists sabotaged a train in Olympia, Washington, in an action against fracking. Police have raided an Antifa encampment in Olympia, Washington, following a train being sabotaged by anti-fracking activists...The train was reportedly shorted using jumper cables, causing the train to stop. Since November 17, dozens of activists have been camping on the tracks to prevent trains from transporting fracking supplies from the Port of Olympia -- however, railroad companies have stated that there were no such shipments scheduled.

Dow rises 5,000 points in a year for the first time ever

Dow rises 5,000 points in a year for the first time ever --This is the biggest annual-points gain for the Dow in its history. | 18 Dec 2017 | The Dow Jones industrial average just did something it has never done in its 121-year history. The 30-stock average is now up more than 5,000 points in a year, marking its biggest annual-points gain ever. This following a 200-point rally Monday which sent it to an all-time high. The Dow was also on track Monday to post 70 record closes in a year for the first time. To put that into perspective, about one of every four trading sessions this year has been a record close for the index. The Dow, along with the S&P 500 and the Nasdaq composite, has had a banner year, rising 25.6 percent. The S&P 500 and Nasdaq are up 20.3 percent and 28.6 percent, respectively.

80th Doctor Dead: Holistic, Prominent and Outspoken Physician Dead in Florida

Apparently, any and all challengers to the pharma-terrorist cabal are deep-sixed by the Deep State: 80th Doctor Dead: Holistic, Prominent and Outspoken Physician Dead in Florida | 03 Dec 2017 | It is with a heavy heart that I bring you the sad news of the death of self-described holistic doctor, author, speaker, radio show host, James Winer, of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania...Initially, Dr James Winer's office staff would not say publicly how or where he died, at least not that we could see. Within hours of our story, I'm told the staff was inundated with so many more inquiries that they had to respond: Dr Winer had died of cardiac arrest, in Florida. He was visiting the Sunshine State, a place where we've already lost so many holistic doctors in recent months. I have talked to someone I am 99% sure is a relative and they explain Dr Winer was found on a sidewalk. He didn’t have an ID on him at the time. So he was brought in as a John Doe and they say he had a heart attack. He was missing for days alive, but they didn't know where. [See: Unintended Holistic Doctor Death Series: Now 80 Dead.]

Object on tracks may be cause of deadly Amtrak derailment

Object on tracks may be cause of deadly Amtrak derailment | 18 Dec 2017 | Monday's [Lacey, WA] deadly Amtrak train derailment appears to have been caused by an object on the railway, according to a government official briefed on the crash. A preliminary investigation suggests maintenance problems are unlikely to blame because the incident took place on brand-new tracks, the official told The Associated Press on condition of anonymity. At least six people were killed and the death toll is expected to rise, the official said.

Coldilocks, oldest US polar bear in captivity, celebrates birthday

Coldilocks, oldest US polar bear in captivity, celebrates birthday | 18 Dec 2017 | A party fit for a polar bear. Coldilocks, the oldest living polar bear in captivity in the US, celebrated her 37th birthday on Thursday and zookeepers at the Philadelphia Zoo threw her a party for the ages. Presents and a peanut butter, honey, raisin and fish cake kicked off the festivities. A video posted on the zoo's Facebook showed the bear walking around her snowy den and taking a bite out of the fish-topped treat with the number 37 written on the side. [Yes, but so sad that Coldilocks is stuck in Philadelphia during long, hot summers...]

Thomas Fire third-largest wildfire in modern California history

Thomas Fire third-largest wildfire in modern California history | 16 Dec 2017 | Thousands of additional residents were evacuated Saturday from areas near the Thomas Fire, now the third-largest wildfire in modern California history. Fueled by high winds, the massive fire north of Ventura continued growing Saturday. It had burned 267,500 acres by Saturday evening, Cal Fire said. That's up from 256,000 acres on Friday. The blaze broke out 12 days ago and has killed a firefighter and a woman trying to flee.

Pentagon admits secret UFO investigations

Pentagon admits secret UFO investigations | 17 Dec 2017 | In the heart of the Nevada desert, Area 51 has become the holy grail of conspiracy theorists - home, they say, to a top secret US military base for the study of extra-terrestrials. But now it has emerged that the theorists might not have been that far off. It has been reported that the Pentagon did indeed run a secret multi-million dollar programme to investigate Unidentified Flying Objects.

Atlanta's Hartsfield-Jackson airport restores power after crippling outage

Atlanta's Hartsfield-Jackson airport restores power after crippling outage | 18 Dec 2017 | Nearly 11 hours after a power outage paralyzed the world's busiest airport, Atlanta's Hartsfield-Jackson International got its electricity back late Sunday night. The lights flickered on shortly before midnight...A ground stop in Atlanta disrupted air travel across the United States and led to cancellations of more than 1,000 flights in and out of the airport. Shortly after power came back, some passengers lined up at security screening, hoping to beat the crowds as the TSA checkpoints re-opened at 3:30 a.m.

Death toll rises to 6 after high-speed Amtrak train derails near Seattle

Death toll rises to 6 after high-speed Amtrak train derails near Seattle | 18 Dec 2017 | An Amtrak passenger train derailed Monday morning, spilling multiple cars off a highway overpass and killing multiple people on the train in Pierce County, Washington. The incident happened at 7:40 Monday morning when Amtrak train 501 derailed onto Interstate 5 in the city of Dupont, about 50 miles southwest of Seattle. Train 501 was part of a new high-speed service between Seattle, Washington and Portland, Oregon that launched Monday morning. Officials say the train was heading south bound and that there are at least six fatalities.

Amtrak derailment: Multiple deaths as passenger train falls off track onto busy Washington motorway

Amtrak derailment: Multiple deaths as passenger train falls off track onto busy Washington motorway --Multiple deaths and injuries reported; dozens transported to hospitals | 18 Dec 2017 | An Amtrak train on its first journey along a newly opened section of tracks derailed on an overpass in Washington state, killing multiple passengers and spilling over a major highway. Deaths and injuries were reported after the train derailed on a bridge overlooking a stretch of interstate 5, a major highway, near DuPont, with 13 train cars jumping off the track. A total of 77 people were being transported to local hospitals for treatment, a spokesman for healthcare network CHI Franciscan Health said. While the sheriff's office did not release fatality figures, the Associated Press cited an official in reporting at least six people had died.

RAF Mildenhall incident: Shots fired at US air base in Suffolk after car forces entry past checkpoint, police reveal

RAF Mildenhall incident: Shots fired at US air base in Suffolk after car forces entry past checkpoint, police reveal --Facility placed on lockdown after 'significant incident' | 18 Dec 2017 | US military personnel fired shots after a car forced its way through a checkpoint at the RAF Mildenhall US air base, police have revealed. A man has been arrested after the "significant incident" forced authorities to lock down the base, which is used only by the US Air Force, at 1pm on Monday. The Independent understands that a single driver in a vehicle approached a checkpoint and forced his way inside.

RAF Mildenhall: Shots fired as US air base placed on lockdown amid 'significant incident'

RAF Mildenhall: Shots fired as US air base placed on lockdown amid 'significant incident' --Shots fired by American service personnel, say police | 18 Dec 2017 | RAF Mildenhall, a US Air Force base in Suffolk, was placed on lockdown after a security incident police described as a "significant incident". Suffolk Police said American service personnel fired shots during the disturbance. "A man has been detained with cuts and bruises and taken into custody. No other people have been injured as a result of the incident," the force added...The Independent understands that a single driver in a vehicle approached a checkpoint and forced his way inside.

Pentagon secretly set up program to investigate UFOs at Harry Reid's urging, reports say

Pentagon secretly set up program to investigate UFOs at Harry Reid's urging, reports say | 17 Dec 2017 | The Defense Department secretly set up a program ten years ago to investigate unidentified flying objects, or UFOs, at the urging of then-Democratic Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid, according to new reports. Both The New York Times and the website Politico published stories Saturday revealing the existence of the Pentagon’s now-defunct Advanced Aerospace Threat Identification Program. The New York Times said the UFO program began in 2007, while Politico reported in began in 2009.

Glowing Auras and 'Black Money': The Pentagon's Mysterious U.F.O. Program

Glowing Auras and 'Black Money': The Pentagon's Mysterious U.F.O. Program | 16 Dec 2017 | In the $600 billion annual Defense Department budgets, the $22 million spent on the Advanced Aerospace Threat Identification Program was almost impossible to find. Which was how the Pentagon wanted it. For years, the program investigated reports of unidentified flying objects, according to Defense Department officials, interviews with program participants and records obtained by The New York Times. It was run by a military intelligence official, Luis Elizondo, on the fifth floor of the Pentagon's C Ring, deep within the building's maze. The Defense Department has never before acknowledged the existence of the program, which it says it shut down in 2012. But its backers say that, while the Pentagon ended funding for the effort at that time, the program remains in existence.

U.S. Military Shoots Intruder at Air Base in Britain

U.S. Military Shoots Intruder at Air Base in Britain | 18 Dec 2017 | An air base in England that is used by the United States Air Force was put on lockdown on Monday after American military personnel responded with gunfire to an intruder who tried to force his way through a checkpoint. A suspect, who has not been publicly identified, had cuts and bruises and was taken into custody after the episode -- the Suffolk Police called it a "significant incident" -- broke out around 1:40 p.m. at the Mildenhall air base, about 75 miles northeast of London. The Suffolk Police said that there were no other reports of injuries, that officers were on the scene, and that members of the public should avoid the area.

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