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ISIS group releases 'kill list' with the names and addresses of over 8,000 Americans including President Trump for lone wolf gunman to target in attacks

ISIS group releases 'kill list' with the names and addresses of over 8,000 Americans including President Trump for lone wolf gunman to target in attacks | 03 April 2017 | A group of hackers with ties to the Islamic State has released a list of Americans they want to see killed by lone wolf gunman.

11 killed, over 50 injured in St. Petersburg Metro blast

11 killed, over 50 injured in St. Petersburg Metro blast (Graphic Images) | 04 April 2017 | A suspected bomb blast inside a train in the St. Petersburg Metro killed eleven passengers and injured dozens of others. The entire Metro system was shut down as bomb squads and rescuers responded to the emergency. Russia’s Investigative Committee has launched a search for two people suspected of being implicated in the bombing.

'Only in exceptional cases': Europe lights up no landmarks for victims of St. Petersburg bombing

Outrageous: 'Only in exceptional cases': Europe lights up no landmarks for victims of St. Petersburg bombing | 04 April 2017 | Eleven were killed and 51 injured in a suspected suicide bomb blast inside a train in the St. Petersburg Metro, but you won't see the expression of solidarity in European cities often displayed when other nations suffer similar heinous attacks.

Iowa's Largest Insurer Says It Will Withdraw From Obamacare Exchanges

Iowa's Largest Insurer Says It Will Withdraw From Obamacare Exchanges | 03 April 2017 | In the latest move by insurers worried about the viability of the markets created under the federal health care law, Iowa's major carrier said Monday that it would stop selling individual policies in the state next year.

Democrats amass support to force showdown over Trump Supreme Court pick

Democrats amass support to force showdown over Trump Supreme Court pick | 03 April 2017 | Democrats on Monday corralled enough support to hold up a Senate confirmation vote on President Donald Trump's Supreme Court nominee but Republicans threatened to change the Senate rules to ensure conservative judge Neil Gorsuch gets the lifetime job.

Fresh evidence the Russia 'scandal' is a Team Obama operation

Fresh evidence the Russia 'scandal' is a Team Obama operation | 03 April 2017 | Do you suspect that the noise over Trump-campaign contacts with the Russians is just a political hit arranged by Obama insiders before they left?

Senate panel considers Gorsuch as threat of filibuster looms

Senate panel considers Gorsuch as threat of filibuster looms | 3 April 2017 | The battle to confirm Judge Neil Gorsuch to the U.S. Supreme Court entered its final phase Monday as Republicans prepared to send the nomination to the full Senate, possibly triggering not only a Democratic filibuster but a rules change that could escalate fighting over future court nominees.

Jared Kushner travels to Iraq

Jared Kushner travels to Iraq | 3 April | 2017 | White House senior adviser Jared Kushner landed in Iraq Monday, his first visit to the country since assuming a broad portfolio of foreign affairs in the Trump presidency. Kushner, President Donald Trump's son-in-law, was invited by the chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, Joseph Dunford, and is traveling with him, sources told CNN. Capt.

Russian media say security camera may yield clue

Russian media say security camera may yield clue | 3 April 2017 | The Latest on the explosion on a train in the Russian city of St. Petersburg. Russian news reports say that a security camera has caught a person who could be responsible for a blast on St. Petersburg subway. The Interfax news agency is citing an unidentified source who says the suspect in Monday's blast might have left the explosive device in a bag.

Russia subway bomb blast: At least 10 reported dead

Russia subway bomb blast: At least 10 reported dead | 3 April 2017 | At least one explosion at a subway station in St. Petersburg Monday killed an estimated 10 people and wounded many more, Russian media reported. One of the blasts came from a device that appeared to be filled with shrapnel, according to Sky News. One explosion unfolded at the Sennaya Ploshchad station, the BBC added.

GOP slams DNC chairman Tom Perez's insistence that Trump didn't win the election as 'dangerous' and 'unhinged'

GOP slams DNC chairman Tom Perez's insistence that Trump didn't win the election as 'dangerous' and 'unhinged' | 02 April 2017 | The Republican National Committee whacked back at new Democratic National Committee chairman Tom Perez for saying that President Trump 'didn't win this election.' The RNC sent out a statement Sunday morning labeling his comments 'unhinged.' 'Chairman Perez's comments are dangerous and undermine our democratic proce

3rd competency hearing ordered for UC Berkeley activist accused of brutal murder

3rd competency hearing ordered for UC Berkeley activist accused of brutal murder | 2 April 2017 | Pablo Gomez, Jr., was a transsexual Latino Studies major at UC Berkeley. He was a high-profile member of the social justice activist community on campus. Gomez was also part of a group of students who assaulted Donald Trump supporters on campus in September of 2015.

Third Senate Democrat announces support for Gorsuch

Third Senate Democrat announces support for Gorsuch | 2 April 2017 | Sen. Joe Donnelly announced Sunday that he will support the nomination of Judge Neil Gorsuch to the Supreme Court.

McConnell, Schumer square off ahead of Gorsuch votes

McConnell, Schumer square off ahead of Gorsuch votes | 2 April 2017 | The Senate's top Republican and Democrat on Sunday presaged the floor battle to come this week over Supreme Court nominee Neil Gorsuch, offering opposing views on the likelihood of his confirmation that set the stage for a "nuclear" showdown when the chamber votes.

Top Democrat accuses White House of trying to distract from Russia investigation

Top Democrat accuses White House of trying to distract from Russia investigation | 2 April 2017 | Rep. Adam Schiff (Calif.), the top Democrat on the House Intelligence Committee, accused both the White House and the Republican chairman of the Intelligence Committee of attempting to "distract" from the congressional investigation into whether Russia meddled in the 2016 presidential election.

A judge rules Trump may have incited violence

A judge rules Trump may have incited violence | 2 April 2017 | The courts keep taking Donald Trump both seriously and literally. And the president's word choices are proving to be a real headache. A federal judge in Kentucky is the latest to take Trump at his word when he says something controversial. Judge David J.

Senate panel to vote on Supreme Court nominee Neil Gorsuch

Senate panel to vote on Supreme Court nominee Neil Gorsuch | 2 April 2017 | Republicans will take a major step Monday toward restoring the conservative majority on the Supreme Court lost last year when Justice Antonin Scalia's death led to a political standoff involving all three branches of government.

Pelosi seeks to unify Dems on Obamacare fixes

Pelosi seeks to unify Dems on Obamacare fixes | 1 April 2017 |House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) is pressing Democrats to hold back on specific Obamacare fixes a week after President Trump and House Republicans failed spectacularly in their bid to repeal the landmark law.

Don't look now [We won't]: Hillary's back

Don't look now [We Won't]: Hillary's back | 1 April 2017 | Hillary Clinton is moving back into the spotlight as the vanquished Democratic presidential nominee seeks to carve out her role during the Trump administration.

Is the University Fundamentally Religious? A conversation with Rachel Fulton Brown

Is the University Fundamentally Religious? A conversation with Rachel Fulton Brown | 1 April 2017 | Conversation with Rachel Fulton Brown, Associate Professor of History at the University of Chicago. Topics covered: the university, academic freedom, viewpoint diversity, the religious and the secular, Milo Yiannopoulos, and more.

Democratic opposition swells over Supreme Court nominee Neil Gorsuch

Democratic opposition swells over Supreme Court nominee Neil Gorsuch | 1 April 2017 | Senate Democratic opposition to President Donald Trump's Supreme Court nominee swelled Friday as Democrats neared the numbers needed for a filibuster, setting up a showdown with Republicans who have the votes to confirm Neil Gorsuch. Sens.

Russia increases nuclear sub fleet, combat patrols reach Soviet-era levels

Russia increases nuclear sub fleet, combat patrols reach Soviet-era levels | 31 March 2017 | Russia has floated its new state-of-the-art nuclear-powered multipurpose submarine called Kazan as its fleet returned to Soviet-era operational levels in terms of sea patrols, according to the Russian Navy chief.

"Disappearing" the Scholar/Author

"Disappearing" the Scholar/Author | 31 March 2017 | This morning, NYU professor [and CLG founder] Michael Rectenwald woke up to discover he had been 'disappeared' from a website that had once featured at least three of his articles. The articles remained, but his name was no longer connected to them. The byline name, which had been his, now belonged to someone else.

2 White House Officials Helped Give Nunes Intelligence Reports

2 White House Officials Helped Give Nunes Intelligence Reports | 30 March 2017 | A pair of White House officials played a role in providing Representative Devin Nunes of California, a Republican and the chairman of the House Intelligence Committee, with the intelligence reports that showed that President Trump and his associates were 'incidentally' swept up in foreign surveillance by American spy agencies.

Mike Pence Breaks Tie on Senate Measure Targeting Planned Parenthood Funding

Mike Pence Breaks Tie on Senate Measure Targeting Planned Parenthood Funding | 30 March 2017 | Vice President Mike Pence cast a rare tie-breaking vote Thursday in the Senate to advance a motion that would allow states to withhold federal funds from health care clinics like Planned Parenthood.

US 'probably behind civilian deaths': Top general in Iraq admits American-led forces played a part in attack on Mosul that left 100 dead

US 'probably behind civilian deaths': Top general in Iraq admits American-led forces played a part in attack on Mosul that left 100 dead | 29 March 2017 | A top US general in Iraq has admitted American led coalition forces 'probably' played a role in an attack on a neighbourhood in Mosul which left as least 100 dead. Lieutenant General Steve Townsend said militants may have gathered civilians into a building which may have been hit by the US-led coalition.

Bridgegate Scandal: Ex-Christie Allies Bill Baroni and Bridget Kelly Get Prison

Bridgegate Scandal: Ex-Christie Allies Bill Baroni and Bridget Kelly Get Prison | 29 March 2017 | Former allies of New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie were sentenced to prison Wednesday for engineering lane closures at the George Washington Bridge as alleged retaliation against a Democratic mayor who didn't endorse the governor.

Driver attempts to ram police cruiser on Capitol Hill grounds, officials say; shots fired

Driver attempts to ram police cruiser on Capitol Hill grounds, officials say; shots fired | 29 March 2017 | A person tried to ram a police cruiser on the U.S. Capitol grounds Wednesday morning and shots were fired during the incident, police said. They said one person is in custody. The incident started at 9:30 a.m.

Dermokratiya, USA: Recounting Washington's role in undermining Russia's 1996 election

Dermokratiya, USA --With rampant talk of Russian interference, it's worth recounting Washington's role in undermining Russia's 1996 election. | 13 March 2017 | In January, the CIA, FBI, and NSA released their much-anticipated report on Russian interference in the 2016 election.

Japanese court rules for utility and lets nuclear reactors restart

Japanese court rules for utility and lets nuclear reactors restart | 28 March 2017 | A Japan appeals court overturned a ruling that barred the operation of two nuclear reactors, a win for the atomic operators and government amid public opposition to the technology following the 2011 Fukushima disaster.

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