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Globalists' Fake News Claims First Scalp: Michael Flynn Resigns as National Security Adviser - Official

Globalists' Fake News Claims First Scalp: Michael Flynn Resigns as National Security Adviser - Official | 13 Feb 2017 | Michael Flynn abruptly resigned as President Donald Trump's national security adviser Monday night, hours after it was learned that the Justice Department informed the White House that it believed he could be subject to blackmail [?!?], a senior White House source told NBC News.

Ex-Penn State Coach Sandusky’s Son Charged With Child Sex Abuse

Ex-Penn State Coach Sandusky’s Son Charged With Child Sex Abuse | 13 Feb 2017 | A 41-year-old adopted son of Jerry Sandusky, the former Penn State University assistant football coach convicted in 2012 of sexually abusing young boys, was charged in Pennsylvania on Monday with sexually abusing two teenage sisters.

Spicer: Trump is 'evaluating the situation' with Flynn

Spicer: Trump is 'evaluating the situation' with Flynn | 13 Feb 2017 | President Donald Trump is "evaluating the situation" around national security adviser Michael Flynn possibly misleading Vice President Mike Pence about whether he discussed sanctions against Russia with the Russian ambassador before Trump took office.

Conway: Trump has 'full confidence' in Flynn

Conway: Trump has 'full confidence' in Flynn | 13 Feb 2017 | President Donald Trump has "full confidence" in White House national security adviser Michael Flynn, a top aide said Monday, despite the fact Flynn has been unable to deny that he spoke about sanctions against Russia with the Russian ambassador before Trump took office.

188,000 evacuated as California's massive Oroville Dam threatens catastrophic floods

188,000 evacuated as California's massive Oroville Dam threatens catastrophic floods | 13 Feb 2017 | About 188,000 residents near Oroville, Calif., were ordered to evacuate Sunday after a hole in an emergency spillway in the Oroville Dam threatened to flood the surrounding area.

Anti-nuclear activists slam New York State move to transfer 'decommissioning funds' to energy companies

Anti-nuclear activists slam New York State move to transfer 'decommissioning funds' to energy companies | 12 Feb 2017 | Anti-nuclear activists are blasting the state for agreeing to turn over about $1.5 billion it held in nuclear plant decommissioning funds to two energy companies.

US airstrikes in Afghanistan may have caused deaths of at least 18 civilians, mostly women and children

US airstrikes in Afghanistan may have caused deaths of at least 18 civilians, mostly women and children | 12 Feb 2017 | US airstrikes in Afghanistan’s Helmand province may have been responsible for the deaths of at least 18 civilians, mostly women and children, according to the UN and local sources. Airstrikes took place late on Thursday in Sangin district, which has been highly contested for most of the Afghan war.

Authorities issue dire warnings amid imminent California dam collapse

Authorities issue dire warnings amid imminent California dam collapse | 12 Feb 2017 | Authorities ordered the evacuation of several northern California towns as a rapidly eroding section of a dam appeared on the verge of collapse. "Immediate evacuation from the low levels of Oroville and areas downstream is ordered," the Butte County sheriff's office posted on Facebook Sunday night.

Thousands ordered to evacuate after Oroville Dam predicted to fail

Thousands ordered to evacuate after Oroville Dam predicted to fail | 12 Feb 2017 | (Oroville, CA) Officials have ordered thousands of residents near the Oroville Dam to evacuate the area, saying a "hazardous situation is developing" after an emergency spillway severely eroded.

Four people arrested in France 'for planning imminent terror attack'

Four people arrested in France 'for planning imminent terror attack' | 10 Feb 2017 | Four people have been arrested in and around the southern French city of Montpellier on suspicion of planning an imminent terrorist attack in France.

Former British spy behind Trump dirty dossier is accused of smearing a Cambridge University political rival 32 years ago

'He took a fact and blew it up into a story that wasn't true': Former British spy behind Trump dirty dossier is accused of smearing a Cambridge University political rival 32 years ago --Former MI6 agent fled his £2m home and went into hiding over dodgy document --Steele accused of smearing a political rival by claiming he supported apartheid | 11 Feb 2017 | The former British spy behind the discredited Donald Trump dossier is accused of t

Trump won't immediately appeal travel ban halt to Supreme Court

Trump won't immediately appeal travel ban halt to Supreme Court | 10 Feb 2017 | The Trump administration is not currently planning to appeal the decision blocking its travel ban to the Supreme Court, a source familiar with the matter tells CNN. The decision to not go to the Supreme Court comes as the White House is examining several options to save President Donald Trump's controversial executive order on immigration, sources say.

Trump promises new security steps after travel ban court setback

Trump promises new security steps after travel ban court setback | 10 Feb 2017 | U.S. President Donald Trump promised on Friday to introduce additional national security steps, a day after an appeals court refused to reinstate his travel ban on refugees and citizens from seven Muslim-majority countries, and he expressed confidence his order would ultimately be upheld by the courts. The White House is not ruling out the possibility of rewriting Trump's Jan.

'Heartbreaking': Over 300 whales die in biggest recent stranding in New Zealand

'Heartbreaking': Over 300 whales die in biggest recent stranding in New Zealand | 10 Feb 2017 | Most of the 415 whales that washed up on a narrow sand spit in Golden Bay, New Zealand died by Thursday night, while scores of volunteers armed with blankets struggled to keep the surviving animals wet to refloat them during a life-saving tide.

Counter-terrorism unit arrests man arriving at Gatwick from Iraq

Counter-terrorism unit arrests man arriving at Gatwick from Iraq | 10 Feb 2017 | A man from Hertfordshire has been arrested at Gatwick airport as he arrived from Iraq on suspicion of plotting terrorist acts. Scotland Yard’s counter-terrorism unit initially stopped the 44-year-old under schedule 7 of the 2010 Terrorism Act as he left the plane.

Protesters block Betsy DeVos from entering public school in Washington

Protesters block Betsy DeVos from entering public school in Washington | 10 Feb 2017 | Protesters physically blocked Education Secretary Betsy DeVos from entering a public school on Friday morning. Parents holding signs greeted DeVos when she arrived at Jefferson Middle School Academy in southwest Washington, not far from the Department of Education building. When she tried to enter the school, the protesters stood in front of her, video from CNN affiliate WJLA showed.

Defiant Trump tweets 'SEE YOU IN COURT' after ruling again blocks immigration order

Defiant Trump tweets 'SEE YOU IN COURT' after ruling again blocks immigration order | 09 Feb 2017 | A defiant President Donald Trump tweeted "SEE YOU IN COURT" after a San Francisco federal appeals court Thursday upheld the suspension of his controversial immigration order. He also warned the security of the nation was at stake and said he expected to easily win the case. The panel of three judges on the 9th U.S.

Cleaner Robot Pulled From Fukushima Reactor Due to Radiation

Cleaner Robot Pulled From Fukushima Reactor Due to Radiation | 09 Feb 2017 | A remote-controlled cleaning robot sent into a damaged reactor [Unit 2] at Japan's Fukushima nuclear plant had to be removed Thursday before it completed its work because of camera problems most likely caused by high radiation levels...Both of the robots are designed to withstand up to 1,000 Sieverts of radiation.

Court Upholds Ruling Blocking Trump's Immigration Order

Court Upholds Ruling Blocking Trump's Immigration Order | 09 Feb 2017 | A federal appeals court in San Francisco upheld the suspension of President Trump's controversial immigration order Thursday -- a decision that could end up in front of the Supreme Court. The panel of three judges on the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals refused to reinstate the order after a federal judge had issued a halt to the order last week.

Reply to LS Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Working Group

Reply to LS Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Working Group by Michael Rectenwald | 06 Feb 2017 | First, I would like to say how deplorable I think it was that an apparently official committee of NYU's Liberal Studies Program responded to my interview and criticized my Twitter account as it did.

REPORT: Bias Response Teams oversaw nearly 3M students in 2016

REPORT: Bias Response Teams oversaw nearly 3M students in 2016 | 09 Feb 2017 | The Foundation for Individual Rights in Education (FIRE) has released a report examining the proliferation of "Bias Response Teams" and the chilling effect they have on campus speech.

Yemen keeps counter-terrorism operations with U.S. despite raid

Yemen keeps counter-terrorism operations with U.S. despite raid | 08 Feb 2017 | Yemen said on Wednesday it had not suspended counter-terrorism operations with the U.S. government, despite controversy over a U.S. commando raid on al Qaeda militants in which several civilians were also killed. The raid in al-Bayda province, approved by new U.S. President Donald Trump, resulted in a gun battle that left one Navy SEAL dead and an American aircraft a charred wreck.

Trump's 2-for-1 deregulation executive order challenged in court

Trump's 2-for-1 deregulation executive order challenged in court | 09 Feb 2017 | Another of President Donald Trump’s executive orders is headed to court. Requiring the removal of two old regulations before a new one is imposed goes beyond his constitutional authority, opponents allege. Trump's "one-in, two-out" executive order over regulations received pushback from unions and left-leaning advocacy groups.

'Last stand': Protests erupt as Standing Rock Tribe vows court challenge to DAPL easement

'Last stand': Protests erupt as Standing Rock Tribe vows court challenge to DAPL easement | 09 Feb 2017 | In cities nationwide, Dakota Access Pipeline protesters are treating their cause with more urgency than ever since the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe vowed to fight President Donald Trump's executive memorandum expediting construction.

NSA contractor indicted over mammoth theft of classified data

NSA contractor indicted over mammoth theft of classified data | 08 Feb 2017 | A former National Security Agency contractor was indicted on Wednesday by a federal grand jury on charges he willfully retained national defense information, in what U.S. officials have said may have been the largest heist of classified government information in history.

Sessions confirmed as U.S. attorney general after battle with Democrats

Sessions confirmed as U.S. attorney general after battle with Democrats | 08 Feb 2017 | A bitterly divided U.S. Senate confirmed Republican Senator Jeff Sessions on Wednesday as the next attorney general of the United States after strong pushback from Democrats concerned about his record on civil rights.

Jeff Sessions confirmed to be the next attorney general

Jeff Sessions confirmed to be the next attorney general | 08 Feb 2017 | The Senate voted Wednesday to confirm Sen. Jeff Sessions of Alabama as the next attorney general, surviving a vocal push by Democrats to derail his nomination. The 52-47 vote was mostly along party lines, though one Democrat, Sen. Joe Manchin, joined the Republicans to back their Alabama colleague.

Terrorism charges: Married couple, allegedly preparing an attack, to face court in Sydney

Terrorism charges: Married couple, allegedly preparing an attack, to face court in Sydney | 08 Feb 2017 | A married couple will today face a Sydney court and be charged with planning a terrorist attack. The man and woman, both 19, are already on remand facing terrorism-related charges. The man is accused of collecting terrorism-related documents.

U.S. Army to grant final permit for controversial Dakota pipeline - court filing

U.S. Army to grant final permit for controversial Dakota pipeline: court filing | 07 Feb 2017 | The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers will grant the final easement needed to finish the controversial Dakota Access Pipeline, according to a court filing Tuesday. The line had been delayed for several months after protests from Native American tribes and climate activists.

Nuclear waste ready to move through Erie County

Nuclear waste ready to move through Erie County --A federal judge has approved the Department of Energy plan to move the material on trucks. | 07 Feb 2017 | (PA) Liquid nuclear waste soon will make its way through Erie County. Tractor-trailers carrying shipments of the radioactive material will start traveling on Interstates 90 and 79 as early as Feb. 17.

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