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West Va. Chemical Spill Worse Than Initially Reported

West Va. Chemical Spill Worse Than Initially Reported 28 Jan 2014 The West Virginia Department of Environmental Protection issued an update on Monday evening indicating that the Elk River spill in West Virginia earlier this month involved more gallons of chemicals than previously reported.

Christie used Sandy funds for senior complex in town where mayor endorsed him

Christie used Sandy funds for senior complex in town where mayor endorsed him 28 Jan 2014 Gov. Chris Christie helped channel $6 million in federal Sandy recovery dollars to a project conceived years before the storm struck, in an Essex County town that was not particularly hard hit.

Predator drone helps convict North Dakota farmer in first case of its kind

Predator drone helps convict North Dakota farmer in first case of its kind 28 Jan 2014 What began as a wild west-style cattle-stealing case may have ushered in a brave new world of law enforcement officials using drones to gather evidence to put Americans behind bars. In the first-ever case of a U.S.

Columbia, South Carolina readies its nine snowplows for rare winter storm

Columbia, South Carolina readies its nine snowplows for rare winter storm 28 Jan 2014 Up north, snowplows are armadas -- hundreds of them that fan out over and over to clear the streets during the punishing storms of winter. Not so for Columbia, S.C., which has a grand total of nine. "They usually hang in the shed," said Robert Sweatt, a city public works official.

Homeland Security details Super Bowl safety plan

Homeland Security details Super Bowl safety plan 27 Jan 2014 More air marshals and behavioral detection officers, radiological detection teams and random baggage checks at transit hubs are among the security measures the federal Homeland Security Department will deploy in the next few days to help local police in New Jersey and New York secure the Super Bowl.

NSAssociate Google Relegated 28 Jan 2014 CLG Newsletter to the Spam Bin

Looking for Tuesday's CLG Newsletter? NSAssociate Google Relegated 28 Jan 2014 CLG Newsletter to the Spam Bin Posted by Lori Price, www.legitgov.org 28 Jan 2014 CLG subscribers: If you use Gmail as your email provider, please go to your spam bin to retrieve today's CLG Newsletter.

Poll: Christie numbers tank as scandals continue

Poll: Christie numbers tank as scandals continue 27 Jan 2014 Chris Christie's political future looks to be in serious danger with more Americans believing the embattled New Jersey governor is lying about the bridge closure scandal than telling the truth, according to the latest NBC News/Wall Street Journal poll.

Farm Bill Deal Would Cut Food Stamps by 1 Percent

Farm Bill Deal Would Cut Food Stamps by 1 Percent --Food stamps will be slashed by about $800 million a year, or around 1 percent. 27 Jan 2014 A House plan to make major cuts to food stamps would be scaled back under a bipartisan agreement on a massive farm agri-business welfare bill, a near end to a more than two-year fight that has threatened to hurt rural lawmakers in an election year.

US Congress secretly approves weapons flow to Syrian 'rebels'

Al-CIAduh trumps unemployment insurance every time: US Congress secretly approves weapons flow to Syrian 'rebels' 28 Jan 2014 Light arms supplied by the United States are flowing to "moderate" Syrian rebel factions terrorists in the south of the country and US funding for months of further deliveries has been approved by Congress, according US and Eu

NSA and GCHQ target 'leaky' phone apps to scoop user data

NSA and GCHQ target 'leaky' phone apps to scoop user data --The NSA has cumulatively spent more than $1bn in its phone targeting efforts 27 Jan 2014 The National Security Agency and its UK counterpart GCHQ have been developing capabilities to take advantage of "leaky" smartphone apps, such as the wildly popular Angry Birds game, that transmit users' private information across the internet, according to top secret documents.

Spy Agencies Tap Data Streaming From Phone Apps

Spy Agencies Tap Data Streaming From Phone Apps 27 Jan 2014 In their globe-spanning surveillance for terrorism suspects and other targets, the National Security Agency and its British counterpart [GCHQ] have been trying to exploit...ever greater amounts of personal data pour onto networks where spies can pick it up.

Canadian border officials to share travellers' info with federal government

Canadian border officials to share travellers' info with federal government --Canada Border Services Agency confirmed new practice 27 Jan 2014 Canadian border officials plan to share personal information obtained under a new Canada-U.S.

Evidence points to secret Israeli strike on Syrian missile launchers

Evidence points to secret Israeli strike on Syrian missile launchers 27 Jan 2014 Growing evidence suggests that the Israeli Air Force carried out a secret mission in Syria Sunday night, targeting Russian-made missile launchers deployed by forces loyal to President Bashar Assad.

A Big Break for Polar Bears, the Arctic

A Big Break for Polar Bears, the Arctic 27 Jan 2014 Polar bears and other wildlife in the Arctic just got a crucial break. On Wednesday, an appeals court said the federal Interior department wrongly sold leases to drill for oil and gas in the Chukchi Sea off the north coast of Alaska.

Court: Disgraced ex-journalist can't practice law

Court: Disgraced ex-journalist can't practice law 27 Jan 2014 The California Supreme Court has denied a law license to a former journalist who was caught fabricating stories for major national magazines. The court ruled Monday that Stephen Glass cannot practice law in California because evidence he offered as proof of redemption and rehabilitation fell short.

US to let visa-free travel for Israelis

US to let visa-free travel for Israelis 27 Jan 2014 The US House of Representatives will pick up a bill this week which would allow Israelis enter the United States without a visa. The Foreign Affairs Committee is expected to vote Wednesday on a piece of legislation that would label Israel a "major strategic partner," the Hill reports.

Snowden says 'significant threats' to his life

Snowden says 'significant threats' to his life 26 Jan 2014 Former U.S. National Security Agency contractor Edward Snowden told German TV on Sunday about reports that U.S. government officials want to assassinate him for leaking secret documents about the NSA's collection of telephone records and emails.

Police name gunman in Maryland mall shooting; motive still unclear

Police name gunman in Maryland mall shooting; motive still unclear 26 Jan 2014 A[n alleged] gunman who shot and killed two people at a Maryland mall was a 19-year-old who lived with his mother in a nearby Washington suburb and arrived at the shopping center in a taxi about an hour before opening fire, police said on Sunday.

Snowden: NSA conducts industrial espionage too

Snowden: NSA conducts industrial espionage too 26 Jan 2014 The U.S. National Security Agency is involved in industrial espionage and will grab any intelligence it can get its hands on regardless of its value to national security, former NSA contractor Edward Snowden told a German TV network.

Police ordered to stop and search 15 a month - or face disciplinary action

Police ordered to stop and search 15 a month - or face disciplinary action 26 Jan 2014 Officers in Britain's biggest police force face disciplinary action unless they stop and search at least 15 people a month, it has been claimed. The Met also orders officers to arrest eight people a month, which has raised fears some officers may let other "things go" in pursuit of hitting their targets.

Drone to check Fukushima nuclear plant radiation

Drone to check Fukushima nuclear plant radiation 27 Jan 2014 A drone designed to measure radiation levels more accurately has been used for the first time around the Fukushima nuclear power plant in northern Japan, public broadcaster NHK reports. The remote-controlled drone took off from Namie, a city about six kilometres from the power plant, and measured radiation levels for about 30 minutes, providing real time data to scientists.

Terrorism Suspects Free of Control Orders

Terrorism Suspects Free of Control Orders 26 Jan 2014 A group of terror suspects, branded by officials as a genuine threat to national security, are now free of tough controls designed to prevent them engaging in terrorist activity. From today, seven of the eight suspects on the UK Government's Terrorism Prevention and Investigation Measures (TPIMs) are now no longer subject to any restrictions.

Maryland Mall Shooter Also Had Explosives, Police Say

Maryland Mall Shooter Also Had Explosives, Police Say --Alleged shooter's name withheld by police 25 Jan 2014 A man believed to have killed two people with a shotgun at a Maryland mall before shooting himself also had improvised explosives made from fireworks, police said. One of the three dead was found near a gun and ammunition, and was believed to have likely been the shooter, police said.

Natural gas pipeline explodes near Otterburne, Manitoba

Natural gas pipeline explodes near Otterburne, Manitoba --Emergency workers, TransCanada investigating cause of pipeline blast 25 Jan 2014 Fire burned for more than 12 hours at a natural gas pipeline after it exploded early Saturday morning near Otterburne, Manitoba, about 50 kilometres south of Winnipeg. RCMP, responded around 1:05 a.m. to what they're calling a "loud explosion." Witnesses who live close to the scene said it was massive.

28 killed in fresh wave of violence in Iraq

28 killed in fresh wave of violence in Iraq 25 Jan 2014 Twenty-eight people have been killed in a fresh bout of violence in Iraq, with the latest mortalities taking the death toll for January to over 800. At least eight people, including a young child, were killed in a shelling that began late on Friday in Fallujah's southern neighborhood of Nazal and continued into the early hours of Saturday.

Super Bowl XLVIII: Date subject to change

Super Bowl XLVIII: Date subject to change 23 Jan 2014 Super Bowl XLVIII is scheduled for Sunday, Feb. 2, but the NFL put contingency plans in place to play the game any time between Friday and Monday next weekend. A storm of massive proportions would have to be in the forecast for the league to make those contingencies a reality.

Three dead in shooting at mall near Baltimore

Three dead in shooting at mall near Baltimore --Mall is still being cleared by SWAT teams. 25 Jan 2014 Three people were killed Saturday in a shooting at a shopping mall in Columbia, Md., near Baltimore, police said. At a news conference, Howard County, Md., Chief of Police Bill McMahon said that the gunman was believed to be one of the dead and that the shooting took place in a single store on the upper level of The Mall in Columbia.

Former Interpreter for The Times Is Killed in Afghanistan

Former Interpreter for The Times Is Killed in Afghanistan 25 Jan 2014 Noor Ahmad Noori, an Afghan interpreter who formerly worked for The New York Times in Afghanistan, was found beaten and stabbed to death, wrapped in a sack and dumped on a roadside late Thursday outside Lashkar Gah, the capital of Helmand Province, where he lived, government officials and family members reported. The relatives said Mr.

Egypt militants step up campaign with Cairo blasts

Egypt militants step up campaign with Cairo blasts 24 Jan 2014 Militants have stepped up their campaign against security forces in Egypt with a series of explosions in the Egyptian capital, Cairo. Six people were killed and some 100 others wounded, with the biggest blast outside Cairo's police headquarters. The attacks come on the eve of the third anniversary of the 2011 uprising against President Hosni Mubarak.

'They have actually drilled on this in the past' - HC Police Chief on Md. mall shooting

'They have actually drilled on this in the past' - HC Police Chief on Md. mall shooting By Lori Price, www.legitgov.org 25 Jan 2014 At a 1:30 PM EST media conference, Howard County Chief of Police Bill McMahon shared his perspective on the mall shooting in Columbia, Maryland, that left three dead (including the alleged shooter).

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