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FBI launches new Clinton Foundation investigation

FBI launches new Clinton Foundation investigation | 04 Jan 2018 | The Justice Department has launched a new inquiry into whether the Clinton Foundation engaged in any pay-to-play politics or other illegal activities while Hillary Clinton served as Secretary of State, law enforcement officials and a witness tells The Hill. FBI agents from Little Rock, Ark., where the Foundation was started, have taken the lead in the investigation and have interviewed at least one witness in the last month, and law enforcement officials said additional activities are expected in coming weeks...The probe may also examine whether any tax-exempt assets were converted for personal or political use and whether the Foundation complied with applicable tax laws, the officials said.

Justice Department 'Looking Into' Hillary Clinton's Emails

Justice Department 'Looking Into' Hillary Clinton's Emails | 04 Jan 2018 | Justice Department officials are taking a fresh look at Hillary Clinton's use of a private email server while she served as secretary of State, The Daily Beast has learned. An ally of Attorney General Jeff Sessions who is familiar with the thinking at the Justice Department's Washington headquarters described it as an effort to gather new details on how Clinton and her aides handled classified material. Officials' questions include how much classified information was sent over Clinton's server; who put that information into an unclassified environment, and how; and which investigators knew about these matters and when. The Sessions ally also said officials have questions about immunity agreements that Clinton aides may have made.

Tony Blair denies tipping off Trump to claim that GCHQ may have spied on him at the behest of Obama

Tony Blair denies tipping off Trump to claim that GCHQ may have spied on him at the behest of Obama | 04 Jan 2018 | Tony Blair today furiously denied claims he warned Donald Trump's aides that British agents may have spied on them during the election at the behest of Obama administration. An explosive new book alleges that the former prime minister passed on the gossip during a visit to the White House last February as he was angling for a job as the US President's Middle East envoy. During the meeting with Mr Trump's son-in-law Jared Kushner and a senior aide, Mr Blair is reported to have shared a rumour that GCHQ spies were monitoring the communications of Trump campaign staff and perhaps the future president himself. But Mr Blair angrily denied the claims, made in a book by US journalist Michael Wolff, dismissing them as 'absurd' and a 'complete fabrication'.

The Dow Jones industrial average tops 25,000 for first time, continuing its history-making rise

The Dow Jones industrial average tops 25,000 for first time, continuing its history-making rise | 04 Jan 2018 | The closely watched Dow Jones industrial average topped 25,000 points for the first time Thursday, continuing a run that lifted stocks by more than 20 percent in 2017. The bellwether gauge crossed the historic milestone shortly after the start of the day's trading...The Dow passed the 20,000 threshold days after Trump took office then kept climbing, posting 71 record highs last year. It passed 24,000 on Nov. 30, making the latest 1,000-point run one of the fastest in its history.

Florida sees snow for first time in 29 years

Florida sees snow for first time in 29 years | 04 Jan 2018 | Florida has seen its first snowfall in three decades as a rare winter storm hit the southeast of the US on Wednesday. The weather office in the sunshine state's capital Tallahassee measured 0.25cm (0.1ins) of snow on its roof, marking the first time it had experienced the white stuff since 1989. Five to eight centimetres (2-3ins) of snow were expected in northeast Florida, where there have been warnings of icy roads, power cuts and freezing temperatures.

Congressional investigators find irregularities in FBI's handling of Clinton email case

Congressional investigators find irregularities in FBI's handling of Clinton email case | 02 Jan 2018 | Republicans on key congressional committees say they have uncovered new irregularities and contradictions inside the FBI's probe of Hillary Clinton's email server. For the first time, investigators say they have secured written evidence that the FBI believed there was evidence that some laws were broken when the former secretary of State and her top aides transmitted classified information through her insecure private email server, lawmakers and investigators told The Hill. That evidence includes passages in FBI documents stating the "sheer volume" of classified information that flowed through Clinton’s insecure emails was proof of criminality as well as an admission of false statements by one key witness in the case, the investigators said.

Trump lawyer sends cease-and-desist letter to Bannon - report

Trump lawyer sends cease-and-desist letter to Bannon - report | 03 Jan 2018 | President Trump's lawyers sent a cease-and-desist letter to former White House chief strategist Stephen Bannon Wednesday ordering him to refrain from making "disparaging statement" about Trump and his family, according to a new report. ABC News reports the letter, from Trump attorney Charles Harder, accuses Bannon of breaching a non-disclosure agreement signed as part of working on Trump's campaign. Harder later said in a statement to ABC that the law firm "represents President Donald J. Trump and Donald J. Trump for President Inc." and issued legal notice to Bannon over his statements in Michael Wolff's new book, "Fire and Fury: Inside the Trump White House."

FBI thought Clinton broke the law, drafted acquittal despite ongoing investigation - report

FBI thought Clinton broke the law, drafted acquittal despite ongoing investigation - report | 04 Jan 2018 | The FBI believed Hillary Clinton and her aides broke the law by using an insecure server to email classified data, yet drafted an exonerating statement even before the probe was over, according to several Republican senators. The unnamed Republicans on key congressional committees looking into the Clinton probe have uncovered passages in FBI documents stating that large amount of classified data that passed through Clinton's private emails was proof of criminality, The Hill reported. By doing so, the lawmakers have confirmed and expanded on earlier reports in the US media.

NYU Hires 'White Genocide' Professor Who Said Massacre of Whites Was 'A Good Thing Indeed'

NYU Hires 'White Genocide' Professor Who Said Massacre of Whites Was 'A Good Thing Indeed' | 03 Jan 2018 | Former Drexel University professor George Ciccariello-Maher resigned from his position just days ago only to be hired by New York University as a visiting scholar at their Hemispheric Institute of Performance and Politics. Ciccariello-Maher wrote Monday on Facebook: "I'm glad to announce that, starting today, I will be a Visiting Scholar at NYU's Hemispheric Institute of Performance and Politics. Happy New Year!" George Ciccariello-Maher made headlines last year after tweeting, "All I Want For Christmas is White Genocide."

S&P 500, Nasdaq close at records as U.S. stocks rise

S&P 500, Nasdaq close at records as U.S. stocks rise | 02 Jan 2018 | The U.S. stock market closed with solid gains on the first trading day of 2018, driven by a rally in technology shares. The S&P 500 and Nasdaq hit intraday records and closed at all-time highs on Tuesday, while the Dow ended only 14 points below its all-time closing high. The S&P 500 SPX, +0.83% gained 22.20 points, or 0.8%, to 2,695.81. The Dow Jones Industrial Average DJIA, +0.42% rose 104.79 points, or 0.4%, to 24,824.01. The tech-heavy Nasdaq Composite index COMP, +1.50% rallied 103.51 points, or 1.5%, to 7,006.90.

'We are in your home': 'ISIS terrorist' poses for chilling selfie in front of New York's Met museum

'We are in your home': 'ISIS terrorist' poses for chilling selfie in front of New York's Met museum after the group called for more lone wolf-style knife and bomb attacks | 02 Jan 2018 | A man wearing an ISIS face scarf has uploaded a chilling selfie outside New York's Metropolitan Museum of Art with the caption: 'We are in your home.' The image, uploaded to a pro-ISIS channel on messaging app Telegram on December 30, shows the man standing on a snowy 5th Avenue as people walk past. It comes after ISIS issued a video featuring shots of New York while calling for more bomb and knife attacks across the festive period. The poster that accompanies the chilling call to arms shows an ISIS soldier holding a knife with the words 'It's cheaper than a chainsaw'.

NYT: Clinton supporters donated $700K to help Trump accusers

NYT: Clinton supporters donated $700K to help Trump accusers | 01 Jan 2018 | Prominent Democratic donors gave at least $700,000 to women's rights lawyer Lisa Bloom in the final stretch of the 2016 race as she sought to publicize sexual misconduct allegations against Donald Trump, according to The New York Times. American Bridge, a group associated with Democratic operative and Hillary Clinton ally David Brock, gave $200,00 to the effort, sources told the Times. Fashion entrepreneur Susie Tompkins Buell, a longtime donor to Brock, gave Bloom another $500,000. Bloom told the paper that one woman requested as much as $2 million for her story, a sum she was unwilling to offer.

Swedish church pushes for neutral gender reference to Jesus

Swedish church pushes for neutral gender reference to Jesus | 30 Dec 2017 | A church in a Swedish city has defended its choice of gender-neutral pronoun 'hen' in reference to Jesus in an advertisement. The church insists the word gives "new perspective." In November, the largest religious institution in the country, the Church of Sweden, advised its clergy to avoid terms like 'Lord' and 'He' in worship services in order to not highlight that God is male, in the new version of a handbook on how to conduct services. The move has triggered a backlash, with critics saying the change undermines the Christian concept of the Holy Trinity and politicizes faith.

Classified documents among newly released Huma emails found on Weiner's laptop

Classified documents among newly released Huma emails found on Weiner's laptop | 29 Dec 2017 | The State Department Friday released a trove of emails from Huma Abedin that the feds discovered on her husband Anthony Weiner's laptop -- including at least five that were marked as "classified." Most of the emails were heavily redacted because they contained classified material -- but one that was sent on Nov. 25 2010 was addressed to "Anthony Campaign," an apparent address belonging to Weiner. The message contained a list of talking points for then-Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, who was prepping to make a call to Prince Saud of Saudi Arabia to warn him about sensitive documents that had been given to WikiLeaks by then-Army intelligence officer Bradley Manning.

U.S. Military Prepares for Winter War With North Korea, Russia by Buying Thousands of Skis

U.S. Military Prepares for Winter War With North Korea, Russia by Buying Thousands of Skis | 29 Dec 2017 | The U.S. military is buying thousands of skis for the U.S. Marine Corps to enhance its preparedness for cold weather operations as tensions grow with Russia and North Korea--countries known for having brutal winters. The Marine Corps is spending $7 million on the winter equipment--a total of 2,648 sets of new skis, boots and binding for scout snipers, reconnaissance Marines and infantry Marines, Military Times reported Friday. This move is reportedly due to the fact the old skis were breaking. Marines stationed with the rotational force in Norway, deployed to the country back in January, will be the first to receive the new skis.

South Korea seizes ship it claims transferred oil to North Korea

South Korea seizes ship it claims transferred oil to North Korea | 29 Dec 2017 | South Korea has seized a Hong Kong-registered ship that allegedly transferred oil to a North Korean vessel in violation of United Nations sanctions. The South Korean Foreign Ministry said the Lighthouse Winmore left the port of Yeosu in South Korea carrying refined oil which was then transferred to a North Korean ship in international waters on October 19. The US Treasury Department released satellite imagery in November of two ships allegedly performing an illegal ship-to-ship transfer in international waters on the same day.

Afghanistan suicide bomb attack: Dozens killed in Kabul

Afghanistan suicide bomb attack: Dozens killed in Kabul | 28 Dec 2017 | At least 41 people have been killed and more than 80 wounded in a suicide bomb attack in the Afghan capital, Kabul. A Shia cultural organisation was the target but the Afghan Voice news agency was also hit. So-called Islamic State said it was behind the attack. The interior ministry told the BBC an explosion at the Shia centre was followed by at least two more blasts.

Groups accuse Flint of violating legal settlement over water

Groups accuse Flint of violating legal settlement over water | 28 Dec 2017 | Plaintiffs in a landmark legal settlement related to Flint's lead-tainted water have asked a federal judge to intervene because they say city officials have repeatedly ignored requirements that allow monitoring of whether the court-ordered deal is being followed. The motion, filed late Wednesday in federal court in Detroit, accuses Flint and its city administrator of a "pattern of nonresponsiveness, delay and noncompliance" with providing status updates and other information. The agreement, which was approved in March, requires the city to dig at 18,000 Flint households and replace their underground water lines if they are made of lead or galvanized steel.

NYC plans tightest New Year's security after deadly attacks

NYC plans tightest New Year's security after deadly attacks | 29 Dec 2017 | New York City police are working to tighten security ahead of the city's New Year's Eve celebration in Times Square. In a news conference Thursday, law enforcement officials outlined plans to beef up security at the event, including placing counter-snipers and rooftop observers on more buildings and checking spectators with metal detecting wands...New York Police Chief of Patrol Terence Monahan said spectators will be screened twice before they're allowed to enter the designated pens at the Times Square event, and heavy weapons teams and dogs would be stationed throughout the viewing area. Police will also set up sand-filled blocker vehicles to prevent the possibility of a vehicle attack.

NYU Professor Pushes 'Gender Pronoun' Name Tags to Eliminate Classroom 'Microagressions'

NYU Professor Pushes 'Gender Pronoun' Name Tags to Eliminate Classroom 'Microagressions' | 29 Dec 2017 | NYU professor Ph.D. candidate Justin Lerner is reportedly encouraging fellow teachers to require their students wear name tags which identify their chosen gender -- a suggestion intended to eliminate 'microagressions' by people who assume a person's gender, when in fact said life form has chosen to identify as something different. Lerner wrote an 11-page article along with Simmons College Professor Anjali Fulambarker, entitled "Beyond Diversity and Inclusion; Creating a Social Justice Agenda in the Classroom," which you can rent for 24-hours at the low price of $42.50...To rid classrooms of microaggressions, their first recommendation for professors involves requiring students to wear 'name cards with gender pronouns' so that students 'can avoid being mislabeled from the 1st day.'

Egypt says 10 killed in attack outside Cairo church

Egypt says 10 killed in attack outside Cairo church | 29 Dec 2017 | At least 10 people, including eight Coptic Christians, were killed after unidentified gunmen opened fire outside a church in a south Cairo suburb, Egypt's Health Ministry spokesman said Friday. Health Ministry spokesman Khaled Megahed said the attack outside the Coptic Church of Mar Mina left at least one policeman dead and eight others wounded, including two critically. The attack took place when two gunmen on a motorcycle opened fire outside the church, he said. Egyptian security officials said earlier that two policemen were killed in the shootout and the discrepancy was not immediately clear.

'Historic tragedy' as five-alarm fire in New York building kills 12

'Historic tragedy' as five-alarm fire in New York building kills 12 | 29 Dec 2017 | A fire tore through a Bronx residential building on Thursday, killing at least 12 people and leaving four others fighting for their lives in New York's deadliest fire in decades, officials said. The devastating blaze broke out shortly before 7pm in the 25-flat building opposite the Bronx Zoo, one of the most popular tourist attractions in the US financial capital. A one-year-old child was among those killed in the fire on a bitterly cold night with temperatures well below zero.

Two men charged with terror offences over suspected Christmas plot

Two men charged with terror offences over suspected Christmas plot | 28 Dec 2017 | Police investigating a suspected UK Christmas attack plot have charged two men with terror offences. Andi Sami Star, 31, from Chesterfield, and a 22-year-old man from Sheffield have been charged with engaging in the preparation of an act of terrorism. Both will appear by video link before Westminster Magistrates Court on Friday. The pair were among four men arrested in Derbyshire and South Yorkshire on 19 December, with police raiding properties as part of a join operation with MI5.

Nunes blasts DOJ, FBI for 'failure' to produce records relating to anti-Trump dossier

Nunes blasts DOJ, FBI for 'failure' to produce records relating to anti-Trump dossier | 28 Dec 2017 | House Intelligence Committee Chairman Devin Nunes is blasting the Department of Justice and the FBI for its "failure to fully produce" documents related to an anti-Trump dossier, saying "at this point it seems the DOJ and FBI need to be investigating themselves." In a Thursday letter to Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein obtained by Fox News, Nunes expressed frustration that information and witnesses subpoenaed by the committee in August related to the so-called Steele dossier had not yet been turned over. The salacious dossier includes unverified allegations about President Trump's connections with Russia that he has denied. "Unfortunately, DOJ/FBI's intransigence with respect to the August 24 subpoenas is part of a broader pattern of behavior that can no longer be tolerated," the California Republican wrote to Rosenstein.

New York City lays out heavy security plans for New Year's Eve

New York City lays out heavy security plans for New Year's Eve | 28 Dec 2017 | City officials outlined a detailed plan including heavy screenings, street closures counter snipers and specially trained dogs, while New York Governor Andrew Cuomo announced additional security measures ahead of New Year's Eve..."There are 12 access points for spectators to come in. Each one will have vapor wake dogs assigned there, and there will be heavy weapons teams," Chief of Patrol Terence Monahan explained. "Once you go through there, you will proceed to the pens, you will again be screened a second time before you are allowed to enter the pens. There will be heavy weapons teams and dogs assigned throughout the entire viewing area. In addition, ESU will work hand in hand with FBI and Secret Service. We will have observation teams with counter sniper capabilities assigned throughout the entire viewing area."

New Year's Eve on Las Vegas Strip will have high security after shooting rampage

New Year's Eve on Las Vegas Strip will have high security after shooting rampage | 27 Dec 2017 | Las Vegas officials are expecting lower-than-normal attendance at the New Year's Eve celebration on the famed Strip, but in light of October's mass shooting, security will be at its highest level in years. Clark County Sheriff Joe Lombardo said Wednesday that the Homeland Security Department had raised the New Year's Eve celebration to the highest security level under its special events protocols -- SEAR level 1. In years past, it was level 3. The change, he said, will bring snipers with spotters, extra air support, more medical equipment and personnel, and mobile command posts staffed by federal authorities.

Ex-Fukushima plant worker granted compensation

Ex-Fukushima plant worker granted compensation | 13 Dec 2017 | Japan's labor ministry has certified that a former worker at the crippled Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant is eligible for work-related compensation after developing leukemia from radiation exposure. The worker in his 40s is employed by Tokyo Electric Power Company, which operates the plant in the northeastern prefecture of Fukushima. He worked at the plant for more than 19 years until last year...That period includes the 9 months following the nuclear accident at the plant, which started on March 11th, 2011.

Court won't reconsider dismissing case against Obama fracking rule

Court won't reconsider dismissing case against Obama fracking rule | 27 Dec 2017 | An appeals court declined Wednesday to reconsider its September decision that undid a previous court ruling overturning the Obama administration's fracking rule for federal land. In a brief order that didn't come with an explanation, the Denver-based Court of Appeals for the 10th Circuit said no judge was interested in pursuing the process for a second hearing. The Wednesday order is mostly moot, since the Trump administration's Interior Department is working to repeal the fracking regulation at issue. But it could put Obama's rule back into force.

Erie buried under record-setting snow storm with more on the way

Erie buried under record-setting snow storm with more on the way | 26 Dec 2017 | (Erie, PA) This city, which prides itself on plowing through the worst that winter can bring with little more than a shrug, has never seen anything like it. Nor, for that matter, has anywhere in Pennsylvania since the advent of weather record-keeping. By Tuesday evening, nearly 63 inches of lake-effect snow had piled up at Erie International Airport since Lake Erie began spewing its signature winter product on the landscape on Christmas Eve. The two-day storm total for Christmas and the day after, 60.9 inches and counting, smashed the previous high of 44 inches recorded at Morgantown, Pa., in March 1958.

Trump supporter Joy Villa says she filed a sexual assault complaint against Corey Lewandowski

Trump supporter Joy Villa says she filed a sexual assault complaint against Corey Lewandowski | 26 Dec 2017 | Singer Joy Villa, an outspoken Trump supporter, is accusing the president's former campaign manager of sexual assault following an alleged incident at a Trump International Hotel party last month. Villa says she's filed a report with the Metropolitan Police Department stating Corey Lewandowski smacked her on her rear end twice...According to the outlet, the Metropolitan Police Department has opened an investigation.

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