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ISIS claims responsibility for Marseille attack after knifeman slaughters two commuters before being shot dead

Marseille train station attack: ISIS claims responsibility for Marseille attack after knifeman slaughters two commuters before being shot dead --Witnesses said attacker shouted 'Allahu Akbar' before cops scrambled to Saint Charles station in southern France | 02 Oct 2017 | ISIS [I-CIA-SIS] has tonight claimed responsibility for the Marseille station attack that left two women dead. The terror group said its "soldier" launched a frenzied knife rampage at Gare Saint Charles -- while screaming "Allahu Akbar", according to witnesses. Passengers were evacuated by armed police this afternoon after soldiers fatally shot the killer knifeman -- a known criminal believed to be in his 30s...The servicemen were deployed as part of Operation Sentinel, a wide-ranging security initiative that has flooded French streets with around 7,000 soldiers.

French soldiers shoot dead knife attacker who, shouting 'Allahu Akbar', killed 2 in Marseille

French soldiers shoot dead knife attacker who, shouting 'Allahu Akbar', killed 2 in Marseille | 01 Oct 2017 | Two people have been killed during a knife attack at a Marseille train station, according to police. The assailant, who was reportedly shouting 'Allahu Akbar,' was shot dead by an army patrol at the scene. The incident took place at the Saint-Charles train station in Marseille on Sunday, when a man attacked passers-by with a knife. One person was killed by the assailant at the scene, while another succumbed a short while after, according to police chief Olivier de Mazières.

Active shooter alert issued at U.S. Air Force Academy

Active shooter alert issued at U.S. Air Force Academy | 30 Sept 2017 | An active shooter alert has been issued at the U.S. Air Force Academy in Colorado, sparking a lockdown. The USAFA sent out an alert around 10 p.m. Friday that declared, "AN ACTIVE SHOOTER HAS BEEN DECLARED BY LAW ENFORCEMENT. LOCKDOWN. LOCKDOWN. LOCKDOWN." The El Paso County Sheriff's Office said they are investigating a possible shooter situation. Entry gates to the base have been shut down and military personnel are conducting sweeps in the dormitories. [Update: Police declare false alarm hours after active shooter alert at U.S. Air Force Academy sparked lockdown.]

Trump's tax plan is already in trouble with his own party as plan to axe state and local tax deduction comes under fire from Republicans

Trump's tax plan is already in trouble with his own party as plan to axe state and local tax deduction comes under fire from Republicans --The White House's tax plan proposes to raise $1 trillion over 10 years by eliminating the deduction for the state and local income taxes people pay --That's drawing howls of protest from Republicans whose states charge high income tax rates | 29 Sept 2017 | As President Trump prepares to sell his tax plan to the nation's manufacturing lobby on Friday, his best-laid tax plans have already drawn objections from some fellow Republicans who are fuming over the decision to end deductions for state and local income taxes. The situation will pit the White House against members of Congress from states that pile high income taxes on top of what the federal government takes from paychecks. High-income Californians, for instance, pay as much as 13.3 per cent of their income to the state in addition to their federal taxes. New Yorkers can pay up to 8.82 per cent.

 

Health Secretary Tom Price Resigns After Drawing Ire for Chartered Flights

Health Secretary Tom Price Resigns After Drawing Ire for Chartered Flights | 29 Sept 2017 | Tom Price, the health and human services secretary, resigned under pressure on Friday after racking up at least $400,000 in travel bills for chartered flights and undermining President Trump's promise to drain the swamp of a corrupt and entitled capital. Already in trouble with Mr. Trump for months of unsuccessful efforts to repeal and replace President Barack Obama's health care program, Mr. Price failed to defuse the president's anger by offering regret and a partial reimbursement...Mr. Trump tapped Don J. Wright, a deputy assistant secretary for health and the director of the Office of Disease Prevention and Health Promotion, to serve as acting secretary.

Former Memphis police officer arrested near White House with guns

Former Memphis police officer arrested near White House with guns | 25 Sept 2017 | United States Secret Service arrested a former Memphis police officer [Timothy Bates, 37] who had guns near the White House. The incident happened around 7:15 a.m. near the intersections of 17th Street and Pennsylvania Avenue in Washington D.C...Nine total firearms and multiple rounds of ammunition were found inside the vehicle.

Podesta emails showed Facebook colluded with Clinton, Assange reminds

Podesta emails showed Facebook colluded with Clinton, Assange reminds | 29 Sept 2017 | As US lawmakers demand social media companies show how their platforms were allegedly used by Russia to meddle in the 2016 election, WikiLeaks co-founder tweeted emails that show Facebook executives in direct communication with one candidate's team. Beginning on October 7 last year, WikiLeaks published hundreds of emails from the private account of Hillary Clinton's campaign chairman John Podesta. The daily drops continued for a couple days after the November 8 election. On Thursday, as US media were speculating about "Russian" meddling on Twitter, Facebook and Reddit, Julian Assange tweeted some of the Podesta emails with a reminder that the social network's leading lights were Clinton fans.

What are mysterious $100M metal towers popping up at tunnels and bridges all over New York and why won't MTA say?

What are the mysterious $100M metal towers popping up at tunnels and bridges all over New York and why won't the MTA say? --Towers 'host cameras, traffic monitoring and other equipment related to homeland security' - Shams Tarek, MTA spokesman | 28 Sept 2017 | New York's public transportation system has come under fire for spending a whopping $100 million on mysterious metal towers that have popped up at the entrances of tunnel as many New Yorkers remain baffled over how they work. The 30-feet-tall MTA Gateway Towers are a part of Gov Andrew Cuomo's $100 million vision to redesign the MTA's bridges and tunnels in the city. Some people are still unsure about the purpose of these towers, including folks on the MTA board, but according to some officials, the towers will host equipment related to homeland security, such as anti-terror technology.

'Malfunctioning' US missile causes 'several casualties' during Mattis's Afghanistan visit

'Malfunctioning' US missile causes 'several casualties' during Mattis's Afghanistan visit | 27 Sept 2017 | As NATO forces tried to fend off a Taliban attack during the visit of US Secretary of Defense James Mattis to Kabul, a "tragic malfunction" during a US air strike resulted in a number of civilian casualties. "During a failed attack today, insurgents fired several rounds of high-explosive ammunition, including mortars, into the vicinity of Hamid Karzai International Airport and detonated suicide vests endangering a great number of civilians," said a statement from NATO's Resolute Support Mission in Afghanistan. Officials said an investigation into the "malfunction" is underway and promised to release more details about the attack.

NYU's Deplorable Professor Goes After John Jay Professor Over 'Dead Cops'

NYU's Deplorable Professor Goes After John Jay Professor Over 'Dead Cops' | 27 Sept 2017 | John Jay College Adjunct Professor and former Adjunct Professor of Macroeconomics at NYU Michael Isaacson came under fire recently over a tweet he posted on Aug. 23 which said, "Some of y'all might think it sucks being an anti-fascist teaching at John Jay College but I think it's a privilege to teach future dead cops." Isaacson was put on administrative leave Friday, Sept. 15, due to safety concerns stemming from multiple threats both he and the school had received over the tweet. NYU's own "Deplorable Professor" Michael Rectenwald [CLG Founder] said in an interview with WSN that he was discontent. "He [Isaacson] doesn't know anything about [United States] law, apparently," Rectenwald said. "I think that he believes -- like most people in Antifa and a lot of people that are fellow travelers with them amongst the social justice left -- that they are the arbiters of allowable speech and assembly."

Cops tell activists their 'free speech ball' 'scared' students

Cops tell activists their "free speech ball" "scared" students ... "People are reporting that they’re scared of the beach ball, and what’s going on here" | 26 Sept 2017 | A video obtained by Campus Reform shows activists at Southern Illinois University, Edwardsville being told by police officers that their "free-speech ball" was "scaring" students." ... "I’m not going to try to infringe on your Constitutional rights, but at the same time everybody else around here has rights also," the officer went on. "And they have a right to go to and from class, and not feel intimidated by what you're representing or your ball." [No, no one has a right to be undisturbed by the expression of others. There is no such right. This is a complete fabrication. -- MDR]

House GOP poised to move $10 billion for border wall

House GOP poised to move $10 billion for border wall | 27 Sept 2017 | House Republicans next week will begin moving legislation to provide billions of dollars for wall construction at the southern border -- a central campaign promise of President Trump that has so far eluded the GOP-led Congress. The House Homeland Security Committee will mark up the legislation -- the Border Security for America Act -- on Oct. 4, the panel announced Wednesday. Sponsored by Rep. Michael McCaul (R-Texas), chairman of the Homeland Security Committee, the legislation would provide $10 billion aimed at securing the U.S.-Mexico border, including funding for new wall and fencing construction, border defense technology and aerial surveillance like drones.

University looks to add diversity rating to faculty evaluations

University looks to add diversity rating to faculty evaluations | 25 Sept 2017 | (Muncie, IN) Ball State University's Faculty Council plans to allow students to rate the inclusiveness of classroom environments on end-of-semester evaluations. According to Inside Higher Ed, the council agrees that such an assessment should be included, but hasn't reached a consensus on the exact language of the question, nor whether it should be geared toward individual instructors or the university as a whole ... Some students, however, claimed the initial proposal wasn't direct enough, including Black Students Association President Da'Prielle Fuller, who said the question "should directly ask" about each professor's individual contributions to diversity on campus. [How can a professor make contributions to diversity other than by contributing to diversity of thought -- or otherwise by changing their identity to a more "diverse" one?]

Defense Secretary Mattis was the 'target of a Taliban attack' that saw 29 rockets land at Kabul airport

Defense Secretary Mattis was the 'target of a Taliban attack' that saw 29 rockets land at Kabul airport, leaving one Afghan dead and 11 others injured | 27 Sept 2017 | US Defense Secretary Jim Mattis was the intended target of a rocket attack near an Afghanistan airport on Wednesday, according to the Taliban. A video has been released showing a militant firing one of the 40 rockets, which killed at least one Afghan woman and injured 11 others. Another 29 rocket-propelled grenades were fired toward Kabul international airport after Mattis touched down. Mattis condemned the attack as a 'criminal act by terrorists', adding that it was a 'classic definition of what the Taliban are up to here now'. The Taliban claimed responsibility and its spokesman, Zabiullah Mujahid, tweeted that Mattis's plane had been the target of the attack.

U.S. does not believe Cuba is behind sonic attacks on American diplomats

U.S. does not believe Cuba is behind sonic attacks on American diplomats | 26 Sept 2017 | The White House does not believe the Cuban government is behind the mysterious sonic attacks against U.S. personnel but plans to pull American staff out of Havana as the number of cases climbs, according to multiple U.S. sources familiar with the investigation. "No one believes that the Cubans are responsible," said one source, echoing comments from others who are closely involved in the situation. "All of the evidence points that they’re not." Sources would not say who U.S. intelligence believes is responsible. [I'm thinking, Central Intelligence Agency.]

Moore wins Alabama primary

Moore wins Alabama primary | 26 Sept 2017 | Former Alabama judge Roy Moore has won the state’s Republican Senate runoff, a victory that will threatens establishment Republicans [aka swamp rodents]. Moore led every public poll since he and Sen. Luther Strange (R-Ala.) advanced to the runoff in August. And the former state Supreme Court justice's reputation as a conservative firebrand won him the enthusiasm of the party grassroots, even as Strange and his allies [Deep State dirt-bags] outspent him by a staggering margin.

US sanctions 8 North Korean banks, 26 individuals

US sanctions 8 North Korean banks, 26 individuals | 26 Sept 2017 | The Trump administration has announced sanctions against eight North Korean banks and 26 individuals, who the US says act as the banks' representatives in various countries, including China, Russia, Libya and the United Arab Emirates. "As a result of today's action, any property or interests in property of the designated persons in the possession or control of US persons or within the US must be blocked," Treasury Secretary Steven T. Mnuchin said in a statement Tuesday.

North Korea vows to shoot down US planes and says Trump 'declared war'

North Korea vows to shoot down US planes and says Trump 'declared war' | 25 Sept 2017 | North Korea's foreign minister has said Pyongyang has the right to "shoot down" US planes because Donald Trump had "declared war". Ri Yong Ho told reporters in New York: "The whole world should clearly remember it was the US who first declared war on our country. "Since the United States declared war on our country, we will have every right to make countermeasures, including the right to shoot down United States strategic bombers even when they are not inside the airspace border of our country."

Alejandro Villanueva says he planned to join Steelers in national anthem boycott and only ended up on the field when he accidentally walked out of the tunnel

'I threw my teammates under the bus': Alejandro Villanueva says he planned to join Steelers in national anthem boycott and only ended up on the field when he accidentally walked out of the tunnel | 25 Sept 2017 | The Pittsburgh Steelers player who is being heralded for taking the field on Sunday for the national anthem despite the rest of the team boycotting has now revealed that it was all a big mistake, and he meant to be in the tunnel with his fellow players. 'Unfortunately I threw my teammates under the bus, unintentionally,' Alejandro Villanueva said on Monday. 'Every single time I see that picture of me standing by myself I feel embarrassed.'

Protests sweep NFL as Trump doubles down on criticism

Protests sweep NFL as Trump doubles down on criticism | 24 Sept 2017 | Players across the National Football League (NFL) on Sunday demonstrated in the wake of President Trump's attacks on athletes kneeling during the national anthem. The Oakland Raiders and Washington Redskins closed off the day of protests, with nearly every Raiders player remaining on the bench during the opening anthem. Redskins owner Dan Snyder, meanwhile, stood arm in arm with some players on his team as others knelt. Throughout the day, other teams showed their defiance against a president who on Friday said players who knelt during the anthem should be removed from the field.

Trump announces new travel restrictions on 8 countries

Trump announces new travel restrictions on 8 countries | 24 Sept 2017 | President Trump is replacing his controversial travel ban with a targeted list of restrictions that will enhance vetting for nationals from eight countries, senior administration officials announced Sunday. The eight countries on the modified list of countries are Chad, Iran, Libya, North Korea, Somalia, Syria, Venezuela and Yemen. The officials say these states failed to comply with the U.S. information-sharing requirements that aim to make vetting processes stronger.

Trump cranks up North Korea threats as Pyongyang holds anti-U.S. rally

Trump cranks up North Korea threats as Pyongyang holds anti-U.S. rally | 24 Sept 2017 | U.S. President Donald Trump dialed up the rhetoric against North Korea again at the weekend, warning the country's foreign minister that he and leader Kim Jong Un "won't be around much longer", as Pyongyang staged a major anti-U.S. rally. North Korea's Foreign Minister Ri Yong Ho told the United Nations General Assembly on Saturday that targeting the U.S. mainland with its rockets was inevitable after "Mr Evil President" Trump called Pyongyang's leader a "rocket man" on a suicide mission. Trump and Kim have traded increasingly threatening and personal insults as Pyongyang races toward its goal of developing a nuclear-tipped missile capable of reaching the United States - something Trump has vowed to prevent.

Florida Governor Rick Scott DELETED voicemail cries for help from the nursing home where 11 people died

Florida Governor Rick Scott DELETED voicemail cries for help from the nursing home where 11 people died in the aftermath of Hurricane Irma after the air conditioning failed --Officials from The Rehabilitation Center at Hollywood Hills said they left four messages on Governor Scott's cellphone --Scott claims that no one from the nursing home indicated a crisis or that patients were in danger | 24 Sept 2017 | Four voicemail messages left on Governor Rick Scott's personal cellphone by a nursing home where 11 people have died in the aftermath of Hurricane Irma were deleted. CBS Miami reported that the messages were left during the 36 hours before the first patient died. Natasha Anderson, a vice president with The Rehabilitation Center at Hollywood Hills, says she called the governor's cellphone requesting 'immediate assistance' in restoring the power to the home's air conditioning system. Scott claims that no one from the nursing home indicated a crisis or that patients were in danger.

Shooter kills one, wounds 7 at Tennessee church

Shooter kills one, wounds 7 at Tennessee church | 24 Sept 2017 | A gunman opened fire at a church in Antioch, Tennessee, on Sunday, killing one person and wounding six others, according to a spokesman for the Metropolitan Nashville Police Department. An eighth victim was "pistol whipped," police said. "This is a mass casualty situation," the Nashville Fire Department said in a tweet. "All of the wounded have been transported to area hospitals." Police identified the gunman in a Sunday press conference as 25-year-old Emanuel Kidega Samson.

US special ops forces and hardware spotted at ISIS positions north of Deir ez-Zor - Russian MoD

US special ops forces and hardware spotted at ISIS positions north of Deir ez-Zor - Russian MoD | 24 Sept 2017 | The Russian Ministry of Defense has released aerial images which they say show US Army special forces equipment north of the town of Deir ez-Zor, where ISIS militants are deployed. US Army special units provide free passage for the Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) through the battle formations of Islamic State (IS, formerly ISIS/ISIL [but still I-CIA-SIS]) terrorists, the ministry said in a statement. "Facing no resistance of the ISIS militants, the SDF units are advancing along the left shore of the Euphrates towards Deir ez-Zor," the statement reads. The newly released images "clearly show that US special ops are stationed at the outposts previously set up by ISIS militants." This could mean that the US military staff "feel absolutely safe" in the area which is held by the terrorists, the Ministry of Defense stated. [Now, stop calling me a 'conspiracy theorist.' This is about the hundredth article I've found detailing the *fact* that ISIS is a wholly-owned and operated CIA front in the globalists' war on Syria. --LRP]

Loggers 'Accidentally' Cut Down World's Oldest Tree in Amazon Forest

Loggers 'Accidentally' Cut Down World's Oldest Tree in Amazon Forest | 04 Sept 2017 | Illegal loggers at the frontier of the Peruvian and Brazilian border have 'mistakenly' cut down what experts claim is the world's oldest tree after allegedly not noticing they were logging deeply in Matsés Indigenous Reserve, an area where logging is illegal, infuriating local conservation organizations and native indigenous communities. The giant Samauma tree that is thought to be over 5,800 years old, judging on its concentric rings, and estimated to be close to 40 meters in height. The tree was a major part of the native tribe's cultural landscape, countless generations of natives having witnessed the long duration of the tree and having included it in their own culture.

Pittsburgh Steelers remain in locker room during the national anthem

Pittsburgh Steelers remain in locker room during the national anthem | 24 Sept 2017 | In a sign of solidarity, the Pittsburgh Steelers stayed in the locker room during the national anthem before their 1 p.m. ET kickoff with the Chicago Bears. As the anthem began in Soldier Field, several Steelers coaches were on the sideline, including head coach Mike Tomlin, while the players were not present...Left tackle Alejandro Villanueva, an Army Ranger who served in Afghanistan, was seen on the CBS broadcast at the edge of the tunnel during the anthem, hand over heart.

Abu Ghraib Ex-Inmates' Lawsuit Moves Ahead in Federal Court

Abu Ghraib Ex-Inmates' Lawsuit Moves Ahead in Federal Court --The lawsuit has been dismissed multiple times, only to be reinstated each time by the 4th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in Richmond | 22 Sept 2017 | After nine years of fits and starts, dismissals and reinstatements, a federal lawsuit filed by one-time inmates at the notorious Abu Ghraib prison in Iraq against civilian interrogators who worked there is moving ahead. "We're not dismissing this case. It's going to go forward," U.S. District Judge Leonie Brinkema said at the conclusion of a hearing Friday in U.S. District Court in Alexandria. It's been 13 years since photos documenting abusive treatment of inmates at Abu Ghraib first became public, and nine years since the lawsuit was first filed against CACI Premier Technology, which supplied civilian interrogators to the prison on a contract basis.

President Trump's full United Nations speech

President Trump's full United Nations speech | 19 Sept 2017 | President Trump delivered a warning to North Korea and discussed the Iran nuclear deal in his first speech to the United Nations General Assembly. (Video)

Dam failure 'imminent' in Puerto Rico after Maria, thousands urged to evacuate

Dam failure 'imminent' in Puerto Rico after Maria, thousands urged to evacuate | 23 Sept 2017 | Fears in storm-battered Puerto Rico have shifted to a failing dam as the U.S. territory reels from the devastating impact of Hurricane Maria. Early Saturday morning, the National Weather Service said failure of the Guajataca Dam in northwest Puerto Rico is "imminent" and could cause "life-threatening flash flooding" downstream on the the Guajataca River. Dam operators said it began to show signs of failing, causing flash flooding, on Friday around 2:10 p.m. ET. "Move to higher ground now," the National Weather Service urged residents in the area. "This is an extremely dangerous and life-threatening situation."

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