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Christie, Official Who Arranged Bridge Closures Were Together During Fiasco

Christie, Official Who Arranged Bridge Closures Were Together During Fiasco 14 Jan 2014 Gov. Chris Christie (R) was with the official who arranged the closure of local lanes leading to the George Washington Bridge on Sept. 11, 2013 -- the third day of the closures, and well after they had triggered outrage from local officials beset by heavy traffic. It isn't known what, if anything, Mr.

3 injured in N. M. school shooting; suspect arrested

3 injured in N. M. school shooting; suspect arrested --Shooter opens fires at Roswell middle school shortly after 8 a.m. 14 Jan 2014 A suspect was arrested Tuesday following a shooting at a Roswell, N.M., middle school that left at least three people injured, according to local media reports. Roswell police said the incident occurred around 8:11 a.m. local time at Berrendo Middle School.

Anonymous online critics must be identified, says court

Anonymous online critics must be identified, says court 13 Jan 2014 Users who have posted negative comments on the online review site Yelp must be identified, a US court has ordered. The case involved the owner of a carpet-cleaning business who told the court bad reviews written about his company were not from real customers. The court said anonymous users were not protected by the First Amendment, which allows free speech, if the review "is based on a false statement".

Kelly Thomas verdict: Demonstrators gather at beating site

Kelly Thomas verdict: Demonstrators gather at beating site 13 Jan 2014 Dozens of people gathered Monday night at the Fullerton transit depot not far from where Kelly Thomas was beaten by police [sociopaths] in the summer of 2011.

Freedom Industries executive a two-time convicted felon, benefited from 2009 federal stimulus

Freedom Industries executive a two-time convicted felon, benefited from 2009 federal stimulus 12 Jan 2014 (WV) Freedom Industries, the company [eco-terrorists] responsible for contaminating the water of 300,000 Kanawha Valley residents, was founded by a two-time convicted felon, benefited from the 2009 federal stimulus and at least two of its executives have longstanding ties to the Charleston business community.

Fish testing at 124 times over radiation limit caught off Fukushima

Fish testing at 124 times over radiation limit caught off Fukushima 13 Jan 2014 Fish with deadly levels of radioactive cesium have been caught just off the coast of Fukushima prefecture, as scientists continue to assess the damage caused to the marine food chain by the 2011 nuclear disaster.

Ex-cops acquitted in beating death of homeless man in California

Ex-cops acquitted in beating death of homeless man in California --'This is carte blanche to police officers to do whatever they want.' --Victim's father, Ron Thomas 13 Jan 2014 A jury has acquitted two former Fullerton, California, police officers on trial in the beating death of Kelly Thomas, a mentally ill and homeless man. The verdict was read in a Santa Ana courtroom Monday afternoon.

New Homeland Security headquarters costing extra billions

New Homeland Security headquarters costing extra billions --DHS eye-sore is $3.2B over budget and ten years behind schedule 13 Jan 2014 Building a new Department of Homeland Security headquarters is not only taking extra years, but extra billions of taxpayer dollars. A new staff report from Rep.

U.S. Rep. Pallone said he thought Christie's Sandy ad campaign 'smelled', called for investigation

U.S. Rep. Pallone said he thought Christie's Sandy ad campaign 'smelled', called for investigation 13 Jan 2014 U.S. Rep. Frank Pallone (D) said today he asked federal officials to look into the state's decision to use Hurricane Sandy aid for an advertising campaign that featured Gov.

London Police Campaign to Boost Public's Counter-Terrorism Role

London Police Campaign to Boost Public's Counter-Terrorism Role 12 Jan 2014 London's Metropolitan Police, which oversees the U.K.'s national counter-terrorism operations, begins a campaign today to remind members of the public they may play a "vital role" in foiling an attack. The drive known as Operation Penna, the second project of its kind run by the police force, ends Jan. 24.

Ohio Man Arrested With Bombs and AR-15 Was Intel Analyst With Top Secret Clearance

Ohio Man Arrested With Bombs and AR-15 Was Intel Analyst With Top Secret Clearance 12 Jan 2014 In an odd twist of events an Ohio man was arrested after a traffic stop on New Year's Day which lead an officer to uncover a slew of bombs, IEDs, a remote detonator, and an AR

New report says millions of women at risk of falling into poverty, economic ruin

New report says millions of women at risk of falling into poverty, economic ruin 12 Jan 2014 Although in recent decades women have made historic advances in nearly all areas of American public life, a staggering number of women across the country are still teetering on the verge of poverty and economic disaster, a new report released Sunday shows.

Wheelchair-bound sailor's blames radiation exposure at Fukushima; DoD says 'no'

Wheelchair-bound sailor's blames radiation exposure at Fukushima; DoD says 'no' 11 Jan 2014 A Maryland sailor says he's now wheelchair-bound, and he blames it on radiation he was exposed to while representing his country at what's been called the world's worst nuclear disaster since Chernobyl.

Jersey City Peace Movement rallies against Christie over GWB scandal

Jersey City Peace Movement rallies against Christie over GWB scandal 12 Jan 2014 Wielding signs emblazoned with "Political Terrorism" and "Christie Has Blood on His Hands," about 10 members of the Jersey City Peace Movement rallied against Gov. Chris Christie over the unfolding GWB scandal in front of the PATH station in Jersey City's Journal Square yesterday evening.

Iran to get first $550 million of blocked $4.2 billion on February 1

Iran to get first $550 million of blocked $4.2 billion on February 1 12 Jan 2014 Iran would receive the first $550 million installment of a total of $4.2 billion in previously blocked overseas funds on or about February 1, a senior U.S. official said on Sunday.

West Virginia water emergency nears fifth day, with no end in sight

West Virginia water emergency nears fifth day, with no end in sight 12 Jan 2014 A chemical used in coal processing has leaked from an old tank along the Elk and invaded the water supply, a crisis that has affected 300,000 people in nine counties and effectively closed the largest city in the state. You can't drink the water, bathe in it or do laundry with it...

Iran nuclear deal to take effect on January 20

Iran nuclear deal to take effect on January 20 12 Jan 2014 Iran's interim nuclear deal with six major powers will come into force on January 20, the Iranian Foreign Ministry and the European Union said on Sunday. "Capitals have confirmed the result of the talks in Geneva...the Geneva deal will be implemented from January 20," Marzieh Afkham, spokeswoman for the Iranian Foreign Ministry, told reporters in Tehran, the semi-official Mehr news agency said.

NSAssociate Google Relegated Part 1 of Today's CLG Newsletter to Spam Bin

Looking for Part 1 of Today's CLG Newsletter? NSAssociate Google Relegated Part 1 of Today's CLG Newsletter to Spam Bin Posted by Lori Price, www.legitgov.org 11 Jan 2014 CLG subscribers: If you use Gmail as your email provider, please go to your spam bin to retrieve today's CLG Newsletter.

Afghan boy killed by US forces as Nato staff die in aircraft accident

Afghan boy killed by US forces as Nato staff die in aircraft accident --Four-year-old shot dead in Helmand after being 'mistaken for enemy' [?!] 10 Jan 2014 Two Nato servicemen and one civilian employee have been killed in an aircraft accident in Afghanistan, while a four-year-old Afghan boy has been shot dead by US forces.

Democrat heading bridge probe says Christie could be impeached if he knew of closures

Democrat heading bridge probe says Christie could be impeached if he knew of closures 11 Jan 2014 The chairman of a New Jersey legislative panel investigating the George Washington Bridge lane closures said Gov. Chris Christie's top aides had engaged in a "cover-up" and the governor could be impeached if it is determined he was aware of efforts to use the bridge for political purposes.

NJ lawmaker on traffic scandal: 'I do think laws have been broken'

NJ lawmaker on traffic scandal: 'I do think laws have been broken' 11 Jan 2014 The Democratic New Jersey legislator leading an investigation into Republican Gov. Chris Christie's administration says he believes laws were broken when the governor's aides ordered lane closures at the nation's busiest bridge. "I do think laws have been broken," said State Assemblyman John Wisniewski, who's also deputy speaker.

Lawmaker to seek more documents from Christie in New Jersey bridge scandal

Lawmaker to seek more documents from Christie in New Jersey bridge scandal 11 Jan 2014 A New Jersey lawmaker on Saturday said he intends to formally request Governor Chris Christie and his staff hand over more correspondence and documents related to the bridge scandal that has engulfed Christie, a rising star in the Republican Party.

Zucker: GOP being run from Fox News headquarters

Zucker: GOP being run from Fox News headquarters 11 Jan 2014 Fox News Chairman Roger Ailes struck first, saying in an interview published this week that it was interesting for CNN "to throw in the towel and announce they're out of the news business." It was a reference to CNN President Jeff Zucker's efforts to expand CNN's offerings beyond breaking news.

US drone crashes in western Afghanistan

US drone crashes in western Afghanistan 11 Jan 2014 An unmanned aerial vehicle belonging to the US military in Afghanistan has crashed in the country's western province of Herat, local security officials say. Afghan officials said on Saturday that the drone went down in the town of Shindand, but a Taliban spokesman claimed that the militants shot down the aircraft during an airstrike against their stronghold on Friday.

Sharon should have faced justice for massacre: HRW

Sharon should have faced justice for massacre: HRW 11 Jan 2014 It is a shame that former Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon dies without facing justice for his role in the Sabra and Shatila massacre, says the director of Human Rights Watch (HRW)'s Middle East and North Africa division.

Former Israeli prime minister Ariel Sharon dies

Former Israeli prime minister Ariel Sharon dies 11 Jan 2014 Israel's former prime minister, Ariel Sharon, has died at a hospital in Tel Aviv after eight years in coma, Israeli media reported. Israeli Army Radio said the former premier died on Saturday at the age of 85. On January 4, 2006, Sharon suffered a stroke and went into a coma, from which he never recovered.

U.S. secretly deployed troops to Somalia since October; drones conducting airstrikes, surveillance

Four hospitalized as hundreds in W. Virginia report exposure symptoms after chemical spill

Four hospitalized as hundreds in W. Virginia report exposure symptoms after chemical spill 11 Jan 2014 At least four people have been hospitalized and several hundred thousand remain without water after a chemical leaked from a [Freedom Industries] storage tank in West Virginia and into the public water treatment system, state authorities said Saturday.

BP appeal to stop 'fictitious' U.S. oil spill claims fails

BP appeal to stop 'fictitious' U.S. oil spill claims fails 11 Jan 2014 One of BP's attempts to curb payouts for what it says are "fictitious" and "absurd" claims related to the 2010 Gulf of Mexico oil spill has failed after a legal appeal was rejected by a U.S. court. BP had argued in its appeal that the administration of a 2012 settlement agreement was faulty because it allowed claimants without actual damages to join in. But a panel of the 5th U.S.

Fukushima radiation reaches 8 times govt standards

Fukushima radiation reaches 8 times govt standards 11 Jan 2014 Nuclear radiation at the boundaries of the stricken Fukushima power plant has reached 8 times government safety guidelines, TEPCO has said. The firm has been struggling to contain radioactive leaks at Fukushima since the onset over the crisis in 2011. The levels of nuclear radiation around Fukushima's No.

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