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Over 10 shot dead by Right Sector ultra-nationalist group in eastern Ukraine - reports

Over 10 shot dead by Right Sector ultra-nationalist group in eastern Ukraine - reports 03 May 2014 Over 10 people have died and around 40 have been injured after members of [US-backed] Right Sector opened fire on civilians in eastern Ukraine, the People's Mayor of Slavyansk has said. Civilians had reportedly formed a human chain to protect their village from members of the right-wing group. According to the People’s Mayor, members of Right Sector would not allow anyone to move the wounded and opened fire on people who tried to approach them.

Samson refuses to provide any more records to bridge scandal committee

Samson refuses to provide any more records to bridge scandal committee 02 May 2014 Accusing the legislative panel investigating the George Washington Bridge lane closing scandal of "bias" and "violating its own rules of confidentiality," attorneys for former Port Authority Chairman David Samson said today he would no longer cooperate with the committee. At the same time, the attorneys said, the U.S. Attorney's Office has subpoenaed all the committee's records, leaving Samson little choice but to cite his Fifth Amendment right against self-incrimination.

Warning as Killer Flu Bug Lands in UK

Warning as Killer Flu Bug Lands in UK --Public Health England working with US authorities to trace any UK passengers on onward flight - American Airlines Flight 99 from London to Chicago 03 May 2014  Air travellers have been warned after a passenger who passed through Heathrow Airport was diagnosed with a potentially deadly Sars-like virus. The non-UK national was diagnosed with Middle East Respiratory Syndrome coronavirus (MERS-CoV) after being taken to hospital with respiratory symptoms in the US. The passenger had flown on a British Airways flight from Riyadh in Saudi Arabia to Heathrow on April 24, before transferring to Chicago.

Ukrainian military storm Kramatorsk, 1 dead, 9 injured

Ukrainian military storm Kramatorsk, 1 dead, 9 injured 03 May 2014 The Ukrainian army's assault on Kramatorsk has finished, witnesses say, adding that the military did not enter the town. Preliminary reports say that one self-defense activist was killed and nine were injured. It is unclear whether there are any casualties on the army's side. Meanwhile, coup-appointed interior minister Arsen Avakov said via social media that Kiev is not planning to stop the special military operation in Kramatorsk, adding that the military assault will continue at sunrise.

US unemployment rate drops to lowest level in six years as 288,000 jobs added

US unemployment rate drops to lowest level in six years as 288,000 jobs added 02 May 2014 The US added 288,000 new jobs in April as the unemployment rate fell to 6.3%, its lowest level since 2008, the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) said on Friday. The number of new jobs created was the largest monthly gain in more than two years. The BLS also revised its figures for February and March.

Darrell Issa subpoenas John Kerry to testify on Benghazi

Darrell Issa subpoenas John Kerry to testify on Benghazi 02 May 2014 House Oversight [sic] Committee Chairman Darrell Issa [R-Alleged Arsonist] announced Friday that he has subpoenaed Secretary of State John Kerry to testify before Congress to discuss the September 11, 2012, terrorist attack on Benghazi. Issa's subpoena orders Kerry to appear before the House Oversight Committee on May 21. Rep. Elijah Cummings, the ranking Democrat on the committee, quickly issued a statement rebuking Issa's subpoena. "These actions are not a responsible approach to congressional oversight, they continue a trend of generating unnecessary conflict for the sake of publicity, and they are shockingly disrespectful to the Secretary of State," Cummings said.

9 million pounds of bad meat recalled after federal marshals raid Petaluma plant

Mega barf alert! 9 million pounds of bad meat recalled after federal marshals raid Petaluma plant --Criminal investigation was triggered 02 May 2014 Earlier this year, a dusty little slaughterhouse in Northern California was ground zero for one of the biggest meat recalls in years. Rancho Feeding Corp. had called back nearly 9 million pounds of bad meat from thousands of unsuspecting stores across the country. The story of how millions of pounds of bad meat -- products the U.S. Department of Agriculture called "unfit for human food" -- made it out into the world and triggered a criminal investigation is one of staggering deception and cancerous cows, federal officials familiar with the investigation tell CNN.

NORAD to conduct flight exercises over Carolinas

NORAD to conduct flight exercises over Carolinas 02 May 2014 North American Aerospace Defense Command will conduct exercise flights today as they practice intercept and identification procedures. The exercise will occur over northeastern South Carolina and central North Carolina between 9:00 and 11:00 a.m. The flights are scheduled to take place in the regions encompassing Columbia, Myrtle Beach and Jacksonville, N.C., as well as between Franklin, N.C., and Fayetteville, N.C.

Germany blocks Edward Snowden from testifying in person in NSA inquiry

Germany blocks Edward Snowden from testifying in person in NSA inquiry 01 May 2014 The German government has blocked Edward Snowden from giving personal evidence in front of a parliamentary inquiry into NSA surveillance, it has emerged hours before Angela Merkel travels to Washington for a meeting with Barack Obama. In a letter to members of a parliamentary committee obtained by Süddeutsche Zeitung, government officials say a personal invitation for the US whistleblower would "run counter to the political interests of the Federal Republic", and "put a grave and permanent strain" on US-German relations.

First U.S. case of deadly MERS virus confirmed - CDC

First U.S. case of deadly MERS virus confirmed - CDC 02 May 2014 The first U.S. case of Middle East Respiratory Virus (MERS), a viral respiratory illness, has been confirmed within U.S. borders, the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said on Friday. A SARS-like virus, MERS was first detected in Saudi Arabia in 2012. Dr Anne Schuchat, director of the CDC's National Center for Immunization and Respiratory Diseases, said on a conference call the first U.S. case of the virus was "of great concern because of its virulence," noting that it has proven fatal in about a third of the cases of infection.

Nineteen hurt in New York subway derailment

Nineteen hurt in New York subway derailment 02 May 2014 A New York City subway train carrying 1,000 riders derailed on Friday morning while traveling through a tunnel in the borough of Queens, injuring 19 people, city fire officials said. Fifteen people escaped with minor injuries while four more were transported to a hospital with potentially serious injuries, officials said. The incident, at 10:24 a.m., involved six cars in an eight-car Manhattan-bound 'F' line subway, they said.

Kiev forces storm Kramatorsk, 2 soldiers killed in Slavyansk

Kiev forces storm Kramatorsk, 2 soldiers killed in Slavyansk 02 May 2014 Ukraine's National Guard is reportedly storming the eastern town of Kramatorsk. Meanwhile, the army has resumed its special operation in Slavyansk, where two soldiers have been killed. "The assault is starting now," a Kramatorsk self-defense activist has told RIA Novosti by phone. Another activist told the news agency that the National Guard opened fire on self-defense forces and several people have been injured. Dozens have been killed or injured in Kramatorsk, a doctor told RIA Novosti.

Oil-soaked snow removal continues at Prudhoe Bay

Oil-soaked snow removal continues at Prudhoe Bay --Crews removed 70 cubic yards of contaminated snow Wednesday night 01 May 2014 Crews responding to a pipeline leak at the Prudhoe Bay oil field have completed their freeze protection of the leaking line and moved onto the task of removing snow that was sprayed with crude oil and oil-laced produced water, the Alaska Department of Environmental Conservation said Thursday. The spill, discovered Monday at a flow line of a well pad in the western part of the Prudhoe Bay field, created a mist of oil and produced water that sprayed 33 acres of snow-covered tundra, DEC said.

Missing Flight MH370 Recordings May Have Been Edited - Experts

Missing Flight MH370 Recordings May Have Been Edited - Experts 01 May 2014 Audio recordings of the final conversations between pilots of the missing flight MH370 and teams of air traffic controllers on the ground were "edited" before they were made public, voice experts say. The tapes also appear to be recorded by at least two different audio sources, one of which may have been a digital recorder held up to a speaker, they said.

U.S. to Store Gasoline for Crises in the Northeast

U.S. to Store Gasoline for Crises in the Northeast 02 May 2014 The federal government will build its first gasoline storage reserves in the New York Harbor area and in New England in response to the shortages suffered after Hurricane Sandy, the secretary of energy, Ernest J. Moniz, is to announce on Friday. Together, the reserves will hold about a million barrels of gasoline and cost about $215 million...Energy Department officials envision the reserves as the first in a series that will be built in parts of the country vulnerable to extreme weather, believed to be caused by global warming.

British Fighters Filmed in Syria 'War Crime'

British Fighters Filmed in Syria 'War Crime' --Sky News has obtained footage implicating British fighters in a killing in Syria - an act that could constitute a war crime. 02 May 2014 Video has emerged implicating British fighters in Syria in an apparent war crime. Footage uncovered by researchers at the International Centre for the Study of Radicalisation (ICSR) shows jihadist rebels killing a prisoner, said to be a loyalist of President Bashar al Assad. The incident is thought to have happened in the last two weeks near Raqqa in northern Syria...Researchers say one of the executioners is a Briton seen in other videos.

MH370 Hunt Began Four Hours After Jet Vanished

MH370 Hunt Began Four Hours After Jet Vanished 01 May 2014 Documents released by the Malaysian Government reveal that there was a four hour delay before the search for MH370 begun. According to one of a number of official documents, which form part of the preliminary report into the plane's disappearance, it took authorities 17 minutes to realise the plane had disappeared from radar and a further four hours before a search was initiated. The document, entitled 'Actions taken between 01:38 and 06:14 on Saturday 8th March', shows how hours of confusion ensued before the Malaysian Aeronautical Rescue Coordination Centre (ARCC) was activated. The document details conversations between Malaysian Air Traffic Control, Vietnamese Air Traffic control and a 'Watch Supervisor' at Malaysia Airlines in the hours after the plane disappeared.

Ukrainian troops begin special operation in Slavyansk - reports

Ukrainian troops begin special operation in Slavyansk - reports 02 May 2014 The Ukrainian army has reportedly begun a special operation against pro-autonomy activists in the eastern town of Slavyansk. The city is blocked by the Ukrainian military, with 20 helicopters used to crack down on self-defense forces. A third helicopter has been shot down by self-defense forces, according to reports. Earlier, two helicopters were reportedly shot down, with one pilot dead and another one captured, RIA Novosti news agency reported. The Slavyansk self-defense leader also said that helicopters are shooting down at the city with missiles, but that there have been no reports of damage, Interfax reported.

NATO's second-in-command says Russia is now an enemy, not a partner

NATO's second-in-command says Russia is now an enemy, not a partner 01 May 2014 NATO Deputy Secretary General Alexander Vershbow now says that the allied group has been compelled to treat Russia "as more of an enemy than a partner," according to an Associated Press report published Thursday. The former United States ambassador to Russia reportedly told journalists this week that Moscow's role in the ongoing crisis in Ukraine has forced NATO to reconsider the alliance's opinion on Russia, and that additional troops may soon be mobilized to the region as tensions worsen. AP journalist Robert Burns wrote on Thursday that Vershbow said the Kremlin's perceived part in the recent events in Ukraine "marks a turning point in decades of effort by NATO to draw Moscow closer."

Officials to hold largest security drill in Boston's history

Heads up! Officials to hold largest security drill in Boston's history 01 May 2014 The largest security training exercise [Urban Shield] in Boston's history is slated to kick off Saturday morning at 8 a.m. with a simulated active school-shooter drill in Brookline. It will continue with other drills over a full 24 hours and involve about 2,000 state and local personnel. In addition to the school-shooter drill, participants will respond to drills involving an injured officer in Cambridge, a hospital evacuation in Boston, a hostage rescue of elected officials at Boston City Hall, an explosive device on a transit system in Boston, a structural collapse on Moon Island and a simulation of a terrorist takeover with hostages at the Boston Convention and Exhibition Center. [Let's hope the dirt-bags don't go live, like they did on 9/11, at the 2013 Boston Marathon, and on so many other--let's just say, *most*--occasions.]

MH370 Search: Report will be made public today

MH370 Search: Report will be made public today 01 May 2014 The preliminary report on the disappearance of Flight MH370 is expected to be made public today. Acting Transport Minister Datuk Seri Hishammuddin Tun Hussein said he would reveal the contents of the report tabled to the International Civil Aviation Organisation (ICAO) by the Department of Civil Aviation. Hishammuddin said the next phase of action for the MH370 search and rescue mission was to be discussed in Australia next week.

Oklahoma inmate Tasered by prison staff on day of botched execution

Oklahoma inmate Tasered by prison staff on day of botched execution --Timeline report from director of Oklahoma corrections department also recommends indefinite stay of executions in the state 01 May 2014 Clayton Lockett, the death-row inmate who was the subject of a botched execution by the state of Oklahoma, was Tasered by prison staff and had cut his own arm on the day of the failed procedure, according to a timeline released by the state's corrections chief on Thursday. The document released by the director of the corrections department, Robert Patton, shows that medical staff could not find a suitable vein on any of his limbs in which to inject the lethal drugs intended to kill him, and had to use his groin instead.

Five percent of Americans hover just above poverty

Five percent of Americans hover just above poverty 01 May 2014 Almost 5 percent of Americans struggle living just one step above poverty, according to a new report by the Census Bureau. The ranks of the near-poor, as they are called, are more likely to be women than men, and lack even a high school degree, the report said. The census report examining what has happened to the near-poor since the mid-1960s shone a spotlight on those whose incomes rise above poverty thresholds, but only by 25 percent or less.

Two inmates dead in suspected gas explosion at Florida jail

Two inmates dead in suspected gas explosion at Florida jail 01 May 2014 An apparent gas explosion demolished a part of a jail in northwest Florida, killing two inmates and injuring some 150 people, officials said on Thursday. The blast late on Wednesday partially leveled the four-story Escambia County Jail's central booking facility in Pensacola, which held roughly 600 inmates, county spokeswoman Kathleen Castro said. "The building is still standing, it's just unstable and partially collapsed," Castro said, describing the incident as an "apparent gas explosion."

NSAssociate Google Relegated 01 May 2014 CLG Newsletter to the Spam Bin

Looking for Thursday's CLG Newsletter? NSAssociate Google Relegated 01 May 2014 CLG Newsletter to the Spam Bin Posted by Lori Price, www.legitgov.org 01 May 2014 CLG subscribers: If you use Gmail as your email provider, please go to your spam bin to retrieve Tuesday's CLG Newsletter. Perhaps Google did not like the subject line: 'Supreme Court rejects hearing on military indefinite detention case.'

2 dead, over 100 injured in Florida jail explosion

2 dead, over 100 injured in Florida jail explosion 01 May 2014 An "apparent gas explosion" killed two people Wednesday night at the Escambia County Central Booking and Detention Facility in the 1100 block of West Leonard Street. The explosion shook houses for several blocks between 11:30 p.m. and midnight. The area has been quarantined by Sheriff's Office personnel. Escambia County Fire Chief Steve Booth confirmed to the Pensacola News Journal early this morning that two inmates were dead.

It's not Russia that's pushed Ukraine to the brink of war

It's not Russia that's pushed Ukraine to the brink of war 30 Apr 2014 The threat of war in Ukraine is growing. As the unelected government in Kiev declares itself unable to control the rebellion in the country's east, John Kerry brands Russia a rogue state. The US and the European Union step up sanctions against the Kremlin, accusing it of destabilising Ukraine. The White House is reported to be set on a new cold war policy with the aim of turning Russia into a "pariah state"..."America is with you," Senator John McCain [R-Sociopath] told demonstrators then, standing shoulder to shoulder with the leader of the far-right Svoboda party as the US ambassador haggled with the state department over who would make up the new Ukrainian government. When the Ukrainian president was replaced by a US-selected administration, in an entirely unconstitutional takeover, politicians such as William Hague brazenly misled parliament about the legality of what had taken place: the imposition of a pro-western government on Russia's most neuralgic and politically divided neighbour.

IMF gives green light for $17 bn Ukraine aid package

IMF gives green light for $17 bn Ukraine aid package 01 May 2014 The International Monetary Fund has approved a two-year $17.1 billion loan package for Ukraine. The immediate disbursement of $3.2 billion will allow Ukraine to avoid a potential debt default. The IMF's 24-member board agreed to the two-year program to aid Ukraine’s troubled economy on Wednesday.

Justices Back Rule Limiting Coal Pollution

Justices Back Rule Limiting Coal Pollution 29 Apr 2014 In a major victory for the Obama administration, the Supreme Court on Tuesday upheld the authority of the Environmental Protection Agency to regulate the smog from coal plants that drifts across state lines from 28 Midwestern and Appalachian states to the East Coast. The 6-to-2 ruling bolsters the centerpiece of President Obama's environmental agenda: a series of new regulations aimed at cutting pollution from coal-fired power plants. Legal experts said the decision, written by Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, signals that the Obama administration's efforts to use the Clean Air Act to fight global warming could withstand legal challenges.

BP pipeline sprays 'oily mist' over 33 acres of Alaskan tundra

We're going to need a full-blown insurgency to put an end to these eco-terrorists: BP pipeline sprays 'oily mist' over 33 acres of Alaskan tundra 01 May 2014 Alaska state officials confirmed Wednesday that an oily mist sprung from a compromised oil pipeline and sprayed into the wind without stopping for at least two hours, covering 33 acres of the frozen snow field in the oil well's vicinity. The discovery was at the BP-owned Prudhoe oil field on Alaska's North Slope, the northernmost region of the state where a number of profitable oil fields sit beneath the tundra. The Alaska Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) revealed that BP officials found the mist during a routine inspection on Monday.

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