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Paul Manafort resigns as chairman of Donald Trump campaign

August 19, 2016 by legitgov

Paul Manafort resigns as chairman of Donald Trump campaign | 19 Aug 2016 | Paul Manafort has resigned as Donald Trump's campaign chairman. The resignation follows the appointment of new campaign leadership on Tuesday, widely viewed as a demotion for Manafort. Breitbart News chair Steve Bannon was appointed to lead the campaign and pollster Kellyanne Conway was made "campaign manager".

UN says it was involved in introducing cholera to Haiti

August 19, 2016 by legitgov

US-funded pandemics: UN says it was involved in introducing cholera to Haiti | 19 Aug 2016 | The United Nations is saying for the first time that it was involved in the introduction of cholera to Haiti and needs to do "much more" to end the suffering of those affected, estimated at more than 800,000 people. Researchers say there is ample evidence that cholera was [purposefully?] introduced to Haiti's biggest river in October 2010 by inadequately treated sewage from a U.N. peacekeeping base. The United Nations has never accepted responsibility, and has answered lawsuits on behalf of victims in U.S. courts by claiming diplomatic immunity.

Fugitive 'Facebook founder' says he's 'running for his life' from CIA because of its secret involvement in the social media site

August 19, 2016 by legitgov

Fugitive 'Facebook founder' says he's alive and well but 'running for his life' from CIA because of its secret involvement in the social media site | 18 Aug 2016 | The self-styled co-founder of Facebook, who disappeared while on house arrest in March 2015, has said he and his family alive and well, but still fleeing a CIA plot to kill him. Paul Ceglia, 43, claimed in 2010 that he owned 84 per cent of Facebook per an alleged 2003 contract with Mark Zuckerberg. In 2012 he was charged with altering documents to bolster his claim. Now he and his family - wife Iasia, two teen sons and dog Buddy - are on the run after they fled last year. And according to Bloomberg, Ceglia still fears for his life.

Trump, Pence to visit flood-ravaged Louisiana capital Friday

August 19, 2016 by legitgov

Trump, Pence to visit flood-ravaged Louisiana capital Friday | 18 Aug 2016 | Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump and running mate Mike Pence will visit flood-damaged areas of Baton Rouge, La. Friday. Record flooding across Louisiana has killed at least 13 people. Over 85,000 people have registered for federal disaster assistance, more than 30,000 have been rescued, and an estimated 40,000 homes have been damaged. Trump addressed the flooding at a rally in Charlotte, N.C. Thursday night, calling Louisiana "a state that is very, very special to me."

Police discredit Ryan Lochte's robbery story, say swimmers owe Rio an apology

August 19, 2016 by legitgov

Police discredit Ryan Lochte's robbery story, say swimmers owe Rio an apology | 18 Aug 2016 | Brazilian police Thursday accused swimming star Ryan Lochte of fabricating his story of being held up along with three of his U.S. Olympic teammates by armed assailants. But the authorities also acknowledged a gun was pulled on the foursome by a security guard early Sunday at a Rio de Janeiro gas station, where the swimmers apparently damaged property at the end of a late-night excursion. The police statement contradicting Lochte's account, along with the decision by Brazilian authorities to prevent his three fellow swimmers from leaving the country, threatened to overshadow the Rio Games and what has been a stellar performance by U.S. athletes..."No robbery was committed against these athletes," Fernando Veloso, chief of the Rio de Janeiro police investigative division, said during a packed news conference Thursday afternoon. "They were not victims of the crimes they claimed."

Trump says he regrets past remarks that 'caused personal pain'

August 19, 2016 by legitgov

Trump says he regrets past remarks that 'caused personal pain' | 18 Aug 2016 | Donald Trump expressed regret on Thursday for remarks that "may have caused personal pain" as he sought to refocus his message in the face of falling opinion poll numbers in his first speech since a shake-up in his campaign this week. "Sometimes, in the heat of debate and speaking on a multitude of issues, you don’t choose the right words or you say the wrong thing," the Republican presidential nominee told a crowd in Charlotte, North Carolina. "I have done that, and I regret it, particularly where it may have caused personal pain. Too much is at stake for us to be consumed with these issues."

Trump hires 'street fighter' in new shakeup of White House campaign

August 18, 2016 by legitgov

Trump hires 'street fighter' in new shakeup of White House campaign | 17 Aug 2016 | U.S. Republican Donald Trump overhauled his presidential campaign team on Wednesday for the second time in less than two months, hiring the head of a conservative news website to bolster his combative image and try to reverse poor opinion poll numbers. Trump named Steve Bannon, head of the Breitbart News website, as campaign chief executive officer, a new position. He also promoted senior adviser Kellyanne Conway to the post of campaign manager.

Hillary Clinton Picks TPP and Fracking Advocate to Set Up Her White House

August 18, 2016 by legitgov

Hillary Clinton Picks TPP and Fracking Advocate to Set Up Her White House | 16 Aug 2016 | Two big issues dogged Hillary Clinton during the Democratic primary: the Trans-Pacific Partnership trade agreement (TPP) and fracking...In two of the most significant personnel moves she will ever make, she has signaled a lack of sincerity. She chose as her vice presidential running mate Tim Kaine, who voted to authorize fast-track powers for the TPP and praised the agreement just two days before he was chosen. And now she has named former Colorado Democratic Senator and Interior Secretary Ken Salazar to be the chair of her presidential transition team -- the group tasked with helping set up the new administration should she win in November...As a senator, Salazar was widely considered a reliable friend to the oil, gas, ranching and mining industries. As interior secretary, he opened the Arctic Ocean for oil drilling, and oversaw the botched response to the BP oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico. Since returning to the private sector, he has been an ardent supporter of the TPP, while pushing back against curbs on fracking.

July was hottest month on record for the globe

August 18, 2016 by legitgov

July was hottest month on record for the globe --Analysis confirms 15 consecutive months of record-breaking heat | 17 Aug 2016 | July is typically the hottest month for the globe, and last month didn’t disappoint. July 2016 was 1.57 degrees F above the 20th-century average, breaking last year’s record for the warmest July on record by 0.11 degrees F, according to scientists from NOAA’s National Centers for Environmental Information. This was the 15th month in a row to break a monthly heat record, surpassing July 2015 as the warmest month ever on record. Records date back 137 years to 1880. 

90 percent of homes in Denham Springs flooded

August 18, 2016 by legitgov

90 percent of homes in Denham Springs flooded --'You see nothing but water.' | 17 Aug 2016 | (Livingston Parish, LA) Approximately 90 percent of the homes in Denham Springs have taken on water in a flood of historic and devastating proportions, according to Mayor Gerard Landry. Highway 190 in Denham Springs, the main thoroughfare in the city of Denham Springs, has been washed out by the floodwaters. Aerial photos and videos showed much of the city still under water. Among the homes that took on water was the mayor's place.

Buildings burn, residents flee as out-of-control brush fire burns 18,000 acres in Cajon Pass

August 17, 2016 by legitgov

Buildings burn, residents flee as out-of-control brush fire burns 18,000 acres in Cajon Pass | 16 Aug 2016 | A brush fire exploded out of control Tuesday in the Cajon Pass, scorching 18,000 acres as walls of flame forced more than 80,000 people to evacuate and destroyed an unknown number of homes in several rural San Bernardino County communities. Fed by strong winds, bone-dry brush and 100-degree temperatures, the Blue Cut fire marched across hills, canyons and flatlands into the night as firefighters struggled to get a handle on a blaze they fear will get worse. The fire closed Interstate 15 and Highway 138 -- the two key routes in the area -- clogging traffic and making it more difficult for residents to evacuate.

'Minor' radiation leak in New York's FitzPatrick nuclear plant has gone unfixed for 4 years

August 17, 2016 by legitgov

'Minor' radiation leak in New York's FitzPatrick nuclear plant has gone unfixed for 4 years | 16 Aug 2016 | (Scriba, NY) The owner of FitzPatrick nuclear plant [Entergy Corp.] has allowed highly radioactive waste to leak into a contained area of the facility for at least four years, a safety violation that poses no risk to the public but might make it more difficult to decontaminate the site after the reactor closes. The problem was cited in the most recent quarterly inspection report by federal safety regulators. The U.S. Nuclear Regulatory [sic] Commission said the accumulation of spilled radioactive waste in the basement of a building at FitzPatrick is of "very low safety significance'' [!?!] because it occurred in a locked, highly shielded area that is already highly radioactive.

U.S.-backed Syrian forces gave defeated ISIS fighters safe passage

August 17, 2016 by legitgov

U.S.-backed Syrian forces gave defeated ISIS fighters safe passage | 16 Aug 2016 | Islamic State fighters surrounded during the key battle for Manbij, Syria, last week agreed to surrender their weapons to U.S.-backed Syrian forces in return for safe passage out of the embattled city, a senior defense official said Tuesday. It was the first such agreement with the terror group...U.S. advisers who support the Syrian Democratic [sic] Forces knew of the deal and agreed not to target the [ISIS] convoy with airstrikes as it left the city, according to the defense official. U.S. advisers urged their allies on the ground to consider other options, but the forces stuck to their plan to give the militants safe passage, the official said. Army Col. Chris Garver, a military spokesman in Baghdad...said the decision not to bomb the [ISIS] convoy was made by the U.S.-backed forces in Manbij. [Of course. Gotta protect I-CIA-SIS.]

More than 120 Republicans tell RNC to cut off funds to Donald Trump

August 16, 2016 by legitgov

More than 120 Republicans tell RNC to cut off funds to Donald Trump | 16 Aug 2016 | A letter that urges the Republican National Committee to cut off funds to Donald Trump has collected more than 120 signatures from current and former elected officials [TPP-pimps, globalist dirt-bags, and sociopaths], according to the final version obtained by CBS News. The letter, which will be delivered to RNC Chairman Reince Priebus Tuesday, includes two sitting members of Congress and 27 former RNC staffers, among many others. "...[W]e urge you to immediately suspend all discretionary RNC support for Trump and focus the entirety of the RNC's available resources on preserving the GOP's congressional majorities," says the letter, whose draft CBS reported on last week when there were already 70 signatures.

Fears of 'Sharia Police' and Islamic State support in German city after wave of refugees

August 16, 2016 by legitgov

Fears of 'Sharia Police' and Islamic State support in German city after wave of refugees | 13 Aug 2016 | Officials in the German port of Hamburg are monitoring reports that Muslims posing as 'Sharia Police' are carrying out patrols in the city. Eyewitnesses reported seeing three people wearing burkas and black gloves driving around Hamburg's Wandsbek district in a black VW. They said a sticker with an Islamic logo and the words Sharia Police was fastened to the car's bonnet. There were also reports of another incident in the Dammtor area of Hamburg where witnesses claim to have seen five to seven masked people sitting in a van.

Pentagon announces single largest transfer of Guantanamo inmates

August 16, 2016 by legitgov

Pentagon announces single largest transfer of Guantanamo inmates | 15 Aug 2016 | U.S. officials said on Monday 15 inmates from the Guantanamo prison were transferred to the United Arab Emirates, the single largest transfer of Guantanamo detainees during President Barack Obama's administration. The transfer of the 12 Yemeni and three Afghan citizens brings the total number of detainees prisoners down to 61 at the U.S. naval base in Guantanamo Bay, Cuba. Most have been held without charge or trial for more than a decade, drawing international condemnation.

In Saudi-led coalition war crime, air strike on MSF hospital in Yemen kills at least 11 - aid group

August 16, 2016 by legitgov

The Saudi beheading sociopaths, aka ISIS on steroids: In Saudi-led coalition war crime, air strike on MSF hospital in Yemen kills at least 11 - aid group | 15 Aug 2016 | A Saudi-led coalition air strike hit a hospital operated by Medecins Sans Frontieres in northern Yemen on Monday, killing at least 11 people and wounding 19, the aid group said. A Reuters witness at the scene of the attack in the Abs district of Hajja province said medics could not immediately evacuate the wounded because war planes continued to fly over the area and emergency workers feared more bombings. "The location of the hospital was well known, and the hospital's GPS coordinates were repeatedly shared with all parties to the conflict, including the Saudi-led coalition," the aid group also known as Doctors Without Borders, said in a statement. It said one of its staff members was among those killed when an aerial bomb hit the hospital compound, also killing 10 patients. "This is the fourth attack against an MSF facility in less than 12 months," the statement said.

Vaccine quackery bombshell: Key studies cited to 'prove' vaccines are safe were funded almost entirely by vaccine manufacturers

August 15, 2016 by legitgov

Vaccine quackery bombshell: Key studies cited to 'prove' vaccines are safe were funded almost entirely by vaccine manufacturers | 09 Aug 2016 | In this critical review of the scientific literature on vaccines, ANH-USA and Brian Hooker carefully scrutinize the gross scientific flaws and blatant financial conflicts of interests that undermine the most commonly cited scientific studies which "prove" vaccines don't cause autism. In a startling percentage of these studies, the "scientists" were either directly funded by vaccine manufacturers who stood to profit from vaccine safety whitewashing or served as highly paid expert witnesses to defend vaccine makers against lawsuits. What we really see in this critical review is a systemic pattern of scientific fraud, criminal corruption and the complete abandonment of research ethics in the relentless quest to "prove" vaccines are safe (and thereby sell more of them to more vaccine victims).

Police try to disperse Milwaukee crowds after one person shot during protests

August 15, 2016 by legitgov

Police try to disperse Milwaukee crowds after one person shot during protests | 15 Aug 2016 | Tensions rose again on Sunday night with one person shot in the Milwaukee neighborhood where the fatal shooting of a suspect by a police officer touched off rioting and arson the previous night and prompted Wisconsin's governor to activate the National Guard. After small groups of demonstrators gathered earlier in peaceful vigils, Milwaukee police said late Sunday night they began attempting to disperse crowds after shots were fired and objects were thrown by some protesters. Police said they rescued one shooting victim, who was rushed to hospital.

'Shots fired' panic at JFK: All passengers evacuated from two terminals, a huge army of cops hunts for elusive 'gunman'

August 15, 2016 by legitgov

'Shots fired' panic at JFK: All passengers are evacuated from two terminals, flights are grounded and a huge army of cops hunts for an elusive 'gunman' - after TWO mystery reports of gunfire --A massive police presence had responded to reports of shots fired | 14 Aug 2016 | Police evacuated Terminals 8 at New York's John F. Kennedy International Airport out of an 'abundance of caution' following reports of gunfire - but say investigators found no evidence of shots fired. Thousands of passengers were forced to evacuate the terminal shortly after 9.30pm as police searched for an alleged armed suspect on Sunday evening. Terminals 1 and the Van Wyck Expressway approaching JFK Airport was also closed as a safety precaution. However, no injuries were reported and flights due to land at JFK were diverted to Buffalo and those destined for the airport, in Queens, were grounded.

Police respond to reports of shots fired inside terminal at JFK Airport

August 15, 2016 by legitgov

Police respond to reports of shots fired inside terminal at JFK Airport --Police evacuating area | 14 Aug 2016 | Police are responding to a call of reported shots fired in JFK Airport Sunday night. The possible shooting happened at Kennedy Airport's Terminal 8 around 9:30 p.m. Witnesses reported hearing two shots fired in the terminal...Around 10:15, panic erupted in Terminal 1 with another report of shots fired.

Wisconsin governor activates National Guard after police shooting sparks unrest

August 15, 2016 by legitgov

Wisconsin governor activates National Guard after police shooting sparks unrest | 14 Aug 2016 | Wisconsin's governor (Scott Walker - R) activated the National Guard on Sunday after an angry crowd set fire to buildings and attacked police cars in response to a police shooting in Milwaukee. State National Guard members were told to go to their local armories and to get ready to deploy to Milwaukee as early as Sunday evening if necessary, according to a news release from the National Guard. The unrest began Saturday night after police shot and killed a black man who officials said was armed. Officers pulled over a "suspicious vehicle" that afternoon, according to Milwaukee's mayor, and two people fled the vehicle and ran in different directions.

Four dead, 7,000 rescued from Louisiana flooding

August 15, 2016 by legitgov

Four dead, 7,000 rescued from Louisiana flooding | 14 Aug 2016 | Rescue efforts intensified Sunday as historic rain that paralyzed much of southeastern Louisiana eased, while floodwaters continued to bring havoc to the battered region. State Police helicopters delivered food and water to hundreds of motorists stuck for more than 24 hours in flooding near Baton Rouge. More than 7,000 people -- and 500 pets -- were rescued from homes, businesses and cars overwhelmed by the unrelenting waters, Gov. John Bel Edwards said. Four people have been reported dead, said Devin George, the state registrar for vital records.

Pentagon Audit: Documentation for $6.5 Trillion Worth of Year-End Army Fund Adjustments 'Can't Be Found'

August 14, 2016 by legitgov

Pentagon Audit: Documentation for $6.5 Trillion Worth of Year-End Army Fund Adjustments 'Can't Be Found' | 31 July 2016 | The Defense Department over the years has been notorious for its lax accounting practices. The Pentagon has never completed an audit of how they actually spend the trillions of dollars on wars, equipment, personnel, housing, healthcare and procurements. A Department of Defense inspector general's report released last week offered a jaw-dropping insight into just how bad the military's auditing system is. The Defense Finance and Accounting Service, the behemoth Indianapolis-based agency that provides finance and accounting services for the Pentagon’s civilian and military members, could not provide adequate documentation for $6.5 trillion worth of year-end adjustments to Army general fund transactions and data. [Gee, the last time we learned a whole bunch of money ($2.3 trillion) went missing from the Pentagon (September 10, 2001), the dirt-bags distracted us with the 9/11 inside job. --LRP]

Violence erupts after officer-involved shooting

August 14, 2016 by legitgov

Violence erupts after officer-involved shooting | 14 Aug 2016 | A standoff between police and an angry crowd turned violent Saturday night in the hours after a Milwaukee police officer shot and killed an armed suspect during a foot chase on the city's north side. After an hours-long confrontation with officers, police reported at 10:15 p.m. that a gas station at N. Sherman Blvd. and W. Burleigh St. was set on fire. Police said firefighters could not for a time get close to the blaze because of gunshots.

Deadly police shooting sparks violent protests in Milwaukee

August 14, 2016 by legitgov

Deadly police shooting sparks violent protests in Milwaukee | 14 Aug 2016 | Protesters hurled bricks, fired gunshots and set a gas station on fire in Milwaukee on Saturday night hours after police shot and killed an armed suspect during a pursuit following a traffic stop. Milwaukee police said a uniformed officer shot and killed a 23-year-old man during a foot pursuit which took place after an afternoon traffic stop. The suspect, who the department said had a lengthy arrest record, was armed with a stolen handgun. It did not say whether the man fired any shots during the incident.

Isis: Incredible photos show civilians celebrating freedom in Syria by cutting beards and burning burqas

August 14, 2016 by walden9

Isis: Incredible photos show civilians celebrating freedom in Syria by cutting beards and burning burqas | 13 Aug 2016 | Ecstatic Syrian civilians have been shaving off their beards, burning their burqas, smoking and dancing in the streets after being freed from Isis. The jubilant celebrations were seen in the Syrian city of Manbij on Friday, where militants have been driven out after months of fighting by US-backed 'rebel' groups.

Reports of Gunshots in Busy Mall: Chaos, People Running

August 13, 2016 by walden9

Reports of Gunshots in Busy Mall: Chaos, People Running | 13 Aug 2016 | Reports of gunshots inside a busy North Carolina mall caused chaos Saturday afternoon as shoppers ran screaming for the doors or sheltered in stores while dozens of officers arrived on the scene, witnesses said. Raleigh police said they responded to reports that shots were fired inside Crabtree Valley Mall around 2:30 p.m. They found no one wounded and added that they hadn't arrested any suspects by late afternoon.

Joint FBI-US Attorney Probe of Clinton Foundation Is Underway

August 13, 2016 by legitgov

Joint FBI-US Attorney Probe of Clinton Foundation Is Underway | 12 Aug 2016 | Multiple FBI investigations are underway involving potential corruption charges against the Clinton Foundation, according to a former senior law enforcement official. The investigation centers on New York City, where the Clinton Foundation has its main offices, according to the former official who has direct knowledge of the activities. Prosecutorial support will come from various U.S. Attorneys Offices - a major departure from other centralized FBI investigations.

Princeton professor shows how easy it is to hack an election in just 7 minutes

August 13, 2016 by legitgov

Princeton professor shows how easy it is to hack an election in just 7 minutes | 08 Aug 2016 | A professor from Princeton University and a graduate student just proved electronic voting machines in the U.S. remain astonishingly vulnerable to hackers -- and they did it in under eight minutes. In fact, Professor Andrew Appel and grad student Alex Halderman took just seven minutes to break into the authentic Sequoia AVC Advantage electronic voting machine Appel purchased for $82 online -- one of the oldest models, but still in use Louisiana, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, and Virginia, Politico reported. After Halderman picked the hulking, 250-pound machine's lock in seven seconds flat, Appel wrested its four ROM chips from a circuit board -- an easy feat, considering the chips weren't soldered in place.

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