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North Korea's Kim Jong-un agrees to shut missile site

North Korea's Kim Jong-un agrees to shut missile site | 19 Sept 2018 | North Korean leader Kim Jong-un has agreed to shut one of the country's main missile testing and launch sites. He signed a pledge to permanently close the Tongchang-ri facility, after talks in Pyongyang with his South Korean counterpart Moon Jae-in. Both leaders also "agreed on a way to achieve denuclearisation" on the Korean peninsula, Mr Moon said. Mr Kim said he hoped to "visit Seoul in the near future" - he would be the first North Korean leader to do so.

Now ANOTHER Kavanaugh high school classmate denies being at 'sex attack' party - and claims accuser Christine Ford named him as being there

Now ANOTHER Kavanaugh high school classmate denies being at 'sex attack' party - and claims accuser Christine Ford named him as being there | 19 Sept 2018 | Another former classmate of Supreme Court appointee Brett Kavanaugh denies he attended a high school party where a California professor says the nominee sexually assaulted her three decades ago, CNN reported on Wednesday. Patrick J. Smyth sent a letter to Republican Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Charles Grassley and top Democrat Dianne Feinstein in which he denies seeing any 'improper conduct' by Kavanaugh, a classmate at Georgetown Preparatory School, according to CNN, which obtained a copy of the letter. The committee, which oversees Supreme Court nominations, has called a hearing for Monday in which both Kavanaugh and his accuser, Christine Blasey Ford, could testify. Ford's lawyers said on Tuesday, however, that she wants her allegations to be investigated by the Federal Bureau of Investigation before she appears at a U.S. Senate hearing.

Monsanto asks judge to throw out $289M award in Roundup weed killer cancer suit

Monsanto asks judge to throw out $289M award in Roundup weed killer cancer suit | 19 Sept 2018 | Agribusiness company terrorists Monsanto has asked a San Francisco judge to throw out a jury's $289 million award to a former school groundskeeper who said the company's Roundup weed killer left him dying of cancer. Attorneys for Monsanto said in court documents filed late Tuesday that DeWayne Johnson failed to prove that Roundup or similar herbicides caused his non-Hodgkin's lymphoma. They said there was no evidence that Monsanto executives were malicious in marketing Roundup.

Grassley wants unredacted version of letter from Kavanaugh's accuser

Grassley wants unredacted version of letter from Kavanaugh's accuser | 19 Sept 2018 | Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Chuck Grassley (R-Iowa) is demanding that ranking member Sen. Dianne Feinstein (D-Calif.) hand over an unredacted version of the letter from a woman accusing Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh of sexual assault. Grassley in a letter sent Wednesday to Feinstein said he needs an unredacted copy in order to prepare for the Monday hearing where Republicans have invited both Kavanaugh and his accuser, Christine Blasey Ford, to testify. "My staff has made repeated requests for this document -- which has become a significant piece of evidence in Judge Kavanaugh's confirmation process -- but your staff has so far refused to provide a copy of the letter," Grassley wrote.

Federal judge schedules Flynn sentencing for Dec. 18

Federal judge schedules Flynn sentencing for Dec. 18 | 19 Sept 2018 | A federal judge on Wednesday scheduled the sentencing date for President Trump's former national security adviser, Michael Flynn. Flynn's sentencing will take place on Dec. 18, more than a year after he initially pleaded guilty to federal law enforcement, according to the Associated Press. Special counsel Robert Mueller on Monday asked Judge Emmet D. Sullivan, in a joint filing with Flynn's defense attorney, to set a sentencing date. Mueller suggested Nov. 28 or seven business days after that.

Gardasil is a deadly concoction that leads to permanent, devastating health effects

Gardasil is a deadly concoction that leads to permanent, devastating health effects | 18 Sept 2018 | Just what are you signing up for when you get the Gardasil vaccine? ...The shot has already been blamed for more than 200 deaths, along with more than 57,000 adverse events in the U.S. Vaccine Adverse Events Reporting System. A court ruling has also confirmed that the jab is deadly and causes problems that can lead to sudden death or debilitation. If you still think these risks are worth taking on to avoid HPV -- in other words, you'd rather die than raise your risk of getting cervical cancer -- consider this: A recent study found that the vaccine actually raises women's risk of getting the disease, which is the exact opposite of its stated purpose! The only reason this study hasn't gotten a lot of publicity is because the journal had to retract it shortly after publishing it because the author had used a pseudonym.

Kavanaugh accuser Christine Blasey Ford demands 'full investigation' by FBI before testifying, in letter from her lawyers

Kavanaugh accuser Christine Blasey Ford demands 'full investigation' by FBI before testifying, in letter from her lawyers | 18 Sept 2018 | Christine Blasey Ford, the California professor claiming Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh sexually assaulted her more than 35 years ago, late Tuesday demanded a "full investigation" by the FBI before she attends any congressional hearing or "interrogation" into her accusations. In response, Judiciary Committee Chairman Chuck Grassley, who said Ford is still invited to speak to the committee, countered that "nothing the FBI or any other investigator does would have any bearing on what Dr. Ford tells the committee, so there is no reason for any further delay." Republicans have repeatedly invited Ford and Kavanaugh to testify on Monday after delaying a planned Judiciary Committee vote on his confirmation that had been scheduled for Thursday. Kavanaugh accepted the committee's invitation, but Ford stayed mum until Tuesday night.

US military given more authority to launch first-strike cyberattacks

US military given more authority to launch first-strike cyberattacks | 18 Sept 2018 | The US military is taking a more aggressive stance against foreign government hackers who are targeting the US and is being granted more authority to launch preventative first-strike cyberstrikes, according to a summary of the Department of Defense's new Cyber Strategy. The Pentagon is referring to the new stance as "defend forward," and the strategy will allow the US military "to disrupt or halt malicious cyber activity at its source, including activity that falls below the level of armed conflict." The new military strategy, signed by Defense Secretary James Mattis, also emphasizes an intention to "build a more lethal force" of first-strike hackers.

Kavanaugh, Ford invited to Senate Judiciary hearing; Thursday vote delayed, sources say

Kavanaugh, Ford invited to Senate Judiciary hearing; Thursday vote delayed, sources say | 17 Sept 2018 | The Senate Judiciary Committee invited Judge Brett Kavanaugh and his accuser Christine Blasey Ford to a public hearing next week after decades-old sexual assault allegations surfaced. Multiple sources have told Fox News Thursday's committee confirmation vote has been postponed. Committee Chairman Chuck Grassley, R-Iowa, said the hearing will "give these recent allegations a full airing." Kavanaugh has forcefully denied the sexual assault accusations Ford alleged took place while the two were in high school.

Trump orders FBI documents, texts from Russia probe declassified

Trump orders FBI documents, texts from Russia probe declassified | 17 Sept 2018 | President Trump on Monday ordered the Justice Department to release documents and emails from four former FBI officials and one current Justice Department official as well as documents that led to the surveillance of his former aide Carter Page. "The President has directed the Office of the Director of National Intelligence and the Department of Justice (including the FBI) to provide for the immediate declassification of...the June 2017 application to the FISA court in the matter of Carter W. Page," the White House said in a statement. Trump also ordered the release of "all FBI reports of interviews with Bruce G. Ohr prepared in connection with the Russia investigation; and all FBI reports of interviews prepared in connection with all Carter Page FISA applications," it continued...

Handwritten note containing 'direct threat' to Livermore High School found in school bathroom

Handwritten note containing 'direct threat' to Livermore High School found in school bathroom | 17 Sept 2018 | (Livermore, CA) Police in Livermore are investigating after a note with a direct threat to Livermore High School was found in a restroom at the school, police said Monday. Administrators from Livermore High School contacted police Monday before noon about the handwritten note. Details of the nature of the threat were not made public.

NRC: Emergency at North Carolina nuclear plant

NRC: Emergency at North Carolina nuclear plant --Florence floods block personnel from reaching facility | 17 Sept 2018 | Hurricane Florence has been blamed for about two dozen deaths and still-unassessed billions of dollars in property damage across North and South Carolina, but the aftermath of the weather disaster moved up a level when the U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission declared an emergency at its Brunswick nuclear plant. The government report explained there was an "unusual event due to site conditions prevent plant access." "A hazardous event has resulted in on site conditions sufficient to prohibit the plant staff from accessing the site via personal vehicles due to flooding of local roads by Tropical Storm Florence," the government report over the weekend said.
 

Revealed: Kavanaugh's judge mother ruled against his accuser's parents in 1996 and forced their home into foreclosure

Revealed: Kavanaugh's judge mother ruled against his accuser's parents in 1996 and forced their home into foreclosure --Unearthed court papers spark claims the sex assault allegation 'could be a grudge' | 17 Sept 2018 | Judge Brett Kavanaugh's mother issued court rulings from her Maryland courtroom in a property foreclosure case involving the home owned by the parents of Kavanaugh's accuser, Christine Blasey Ford, court documents reveal. The case dates to 1996, years after the party where Ford claims Kavanaugh -- President Donald Trump's pick to serve on the Supreme Court -- got on top of her, groping her while covering her mouth in what she alleges was an attempted rape. Kavanaugh denies the allegation as well as being at the party in question. His mother served as a Maryland Circuit Court judge.

Former FBI attorney Lisa Page admits the agency could NOT prove collusion between Trump and Russia before the appointment of Mueller as special counsel in bombshell testimony

Former FBI attorney Lisa Page admits the agency could NOT prove collusion between Trump and Russia before the appointment of Mueller as special counsel in bombshell testimony --Page made the startling claim in a closed-door hearing with lawmakers --President Trump and his Republican allies are likely to use this revelation to boost their argument the president is a victim of a witch hunt | 16 Sept 2018 | Former FBI attorney Lisa Page, in a bombshell revelation, says the agency could not prove collusion between Russia and Donald Trump's presidential campaign before Special Counsel Robert Mueller was appointed. Page told a closed-door joint session of the House Judiciary and Oversight committees in mid-July that investigators could not make the charge, according to a transcript of her deposition reviewed by Fox News. 'I think this represents that even as far as May 2017, we still couldn't answer the question,' Page said. In May 2017, Mueller was appointed by Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein as special counsel overseeing an ongoing investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 election.

Columbus link to Boston gas explosions

Columbus link to Boston gas explosions | 16 Sept 2018 | The National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) chairman believes that to find the cause of several explosions in three towns north of Boston, they'll need to examine Columbia Gas here in Columbus, Ohio. Columbia Gas of Massachusetts owns the gas lines involved in Friday's Massachusetts blasts. Here in Columbus, Columbia Gas monitors the Massachusetts gas system... The NTSB believes a controller in Columbus was alerted about the situation before it happened. "We know there was a pressure increase indicated at the pipeline controller's console in Columbus, Ohio," said NTSB chairman Robert Sumwalt.

Washington Post: Kavanaugh accuser comes forward

Washington Post: Kavanaugh accuser comes forward | 16 Sept 2018 | A woman accusing Judge Brett Kavanaugh of sexual misconduct more than 30 years ago came forward publicly Sunday, detailing her allegations about the Supreme Court nominee in an interview with The Washington Post. The paper said Christine Blasey Ford, a professor in California, reached out to the Post in July as Kavanaugh's name appeared on short lists to replace Justice Anthony Kennedy, but she opted not to speak with the Post on the record for weeks. As her private outreach to California Democratic Sen. Dianne Feinstein became public over the past week, she decided to go ahead and speak out herself, Sunday's report said.

'Worst yet to come': 16 dead as North Carolina faces Florence flooding

'Worst yet to come': 16 dead as North Carolina faces Florence flooding --Rivers swell to record levels while thousands are evacuated, stranded and left without power | 16 Sept 2018 | As the death toll from Florence rose and hundreds were rescued from their flooded homes, North Carolina slid into the next stage of the disaster: catastrophic flooding. On Saturday Mitch Colvin, mayor of Fayetteville, told reporters: "The worst is yet to come." On Sunday, the death toll in North and South Carolina rose to 16; the city of Wilmington was cut off by floodwater; 15,000 people were in temporary shelters; and 760,000 North Carolinians remained without power

Days of flooding ahead in the Carolinas as Florence leaves at least 13 dead

Days of flooding ahead in the Carolinas as Florence leaves at least 13 dead | 15 Sept 2018 | Tropical Storm Florence's relentless rain is flooding parts of the Carolinas and promises even more for days, officials said Saturday, a day after it landed as a hurricane and left at least 13 people dead -- including a baby. A 73-mile stretch of the highway closed Saturday because of flooding and an accident involving a tractor-trailer. Officials warned the flooding was only just starting.

Manafort plea deal: Trump ex-campaign chief to help Mueller inquiry

Manafort plea deal: Trump ex-campaign chief to help Mueller inquiry | 14 Sept 2018 | Former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort has agreed to co-operate with an investigation into alleged Russian meddling in the US election as part of a plea deal. In court on Friday, he pleaded guilty to two criminal charges in the deal with Special Counsel Robert Mueller. The agreement avoids a second trial on money laundering and other charges. The White House insists the guilty plea has absolutely nothing to do with President Donald Trump.

Belongings of missing associate of WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange are found in the sea off of Norway

Belongings of missing associate of WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange are found in the sea off of Norway | 12 Sept 2018 | Police have found the belongings of a missing associate of WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange at sea in northern Norway more than three weeks after he disappeared. Arjen Kamphuis, 47, has been missing since August 20, when he left his hotel in the northern Norwegian town of Bodoe, where he had been on holiday. He had been due to fly home to Amsterdam two days later, but never made his flight. The Dutch cybersecurity expert's belongings were found by a man out fishing on Tuesday in an area to the east of Bodoe...Police and emergency crews have now begun searching the water and land in the area.

New Gas Leak Detected in Boston Area Racked by Fatal Blasts

New Gas Leak Detected in Boston Area Racked by Fatal Blasts --Pipeline owner NiSource criticized by state for slow response| 15 Sept 2018 | A new natural gas leak was discovered in the Boston area just two days after a series of pipeline explosions killed one person, injured more than 25 and prompted Massachusetts to declare a state of emergency. The latest leak was confirmed just before 11 a.m. local time and firefighters were preventing people from walking in the area, the local CBS Television affiliate reported. Eversource Energy said the breach was unrelated to the recovery and restoration work it was appointed to carry out by Governor Charlie Baker.

'It looked like Armageddon': Massachusetts governor declares state of emergency after deadly blasts

'It looked like Armageddon': Massachusetts governor declares state of emergency after deadly blasts | 15 Sept 2018 | Massachusetts Gov. Charlie Baker declared a state of emergency Friday in three towns north of Boston rocked by a string of deadly gas explosions, and he put another utility company in charge of restoration efforts. Baker said Eversource would replace Columbia Gas of Massachusetts on the same day he warned stunned residents of the towns that the return to normalcy could take time following blasts Thursday that set homes ablaze, forced evacuations and left one person dead...Hundreds of natural gas technicians were to descend on Lawrence, Andover and North Andover in the coming days to restore gas service safely before electricity could be turned on, state officials said.

Mom of MS-13 victim fatally struck by car at daughter's memorial site

Mom of MS-13 victim fatally struck by car at daughter's memorial site | 14 Sept 2018 | The grieving mother of a young girl killed by MS-13 gang members on Long Island was fatally struck by a car on Friday while preparing for a candlelight vigil at her daughter’s memorial, cops said. Evelyn Rodriguez, who attended President Trump's State of the Union Address to shed light on the brutal slaying of 16-year-old Kayla Cuevas, was struck by a vehicle in Brentwood at around 4 p.m. -- two years to the day her daughter's body was found in a wooded area off the same block, according to police.

Anti-Vaccine Japan Has World's Lowest Child Death Rate and Highest Life Expectancy

Anti-Vaccine Japan Has World's Lowest Child Death Rate and Highest Life Expectancy | 08 Aug 2018 | Japan has the lowest infant mortality rate following a ban on mandatory vaccinations, and Japan urges other countries to follow this firm stance. The citizens of Japan are statistically proven to be the healthiest and longest-living people in the world. The country also has the lowest infant mortality rate on the planet. It may come as no surprise to many that the Japanese Government banned a number of vaccines that are currently mandatory in the United States and has strict regulations in place for other Big Pharma drugs and vaccines in general. Japan's anti-vax policies have long been criticised by vaccine pushers in the US who claim that vaccinating the public "promotes health." However, Japanese people live longer, healthier lives than Americans, with babies born in the US twice as likely to die in infancy than those born in Japan.

Slow-moving Tropical Storm Florence claims at least 6 lives as rains continue in Carolinas

Slow-moving Tropical Storm Florence claims at least 6 lives as rains continue in Carolinas | 15 Sept 2018 | Officials in South Carolina confirmed the state’s first fatality from the still dangerous Tropical Storm Florence, bringing the storm's total death toll to six. Police said a 62-year-old woman was killed late Friday when the vehicle she was driving struck a tree that had fallen across Highway 18 near the town of Union. Authorities in North Carolina have confirmed five deaths.

US threatens to arrest ICC judges if they pursue Americans for Afghan war crimes

US threatens to arrest ICC judges if they pursue Americans for Afghan war crimes | 11 Sept 2018 | The United States threatened Monday to arrest and sanction judges and other officials of the International Criminal Court if it moves to charge any American who served in Afghanistan with war crimes. White House National Security Advisor John Bolton called the Hague-based rights body "unaccountable" and "outright dangerous" to the United States, Israel and other allies, and said any probe of US service members would be "an utterly unfounded, unjustifiable investigation." Bolton said the US was prepared to slap financial sanctions and criminal charges on officials of the court if they proceed against any Americans.

Six More Solar Observatories Closed

Six More Solar Observatories Closed | 14 Sept 2018 | The National Solar Observatory in Sunspot, New Mexico, and a nearby United States Postal Service office, were evacuated and shutdown for security reasons on September 9, 2018 observatory officials said but they refused to tell us the reason for the sudden shutdown. Then, NASA tries to explain what happened on September 9, 2018 by issuing a statement that there were two lunar transits passing in front of the sun. Lunar Transit or huge disk-shaped UFO?

Trump calls North Carolina officials, offers help for Florence

Trump calls North Carolina officials, offers help for Florence | 14 Sept 2018 | President Trump made a series of calls to North Carolina officials on Friday offering federal help as Tropical Storm Florence pummels portions of the state. Trump called Lt. Gov. Dan Forest (R), Charlotte Mayor Vi Lyles (D) and Princeville Mayor Bobbie Jones, White House spokesman Hogan Gidley said in a statement. The president plans to travel next week to areas affected by the storm once conditions improve and his visit won't disrupt recovery efforts, the White House said earlier Friday.

ABC station reporter interrupts live stream to save dog from Hurricane Florence flooding

ABC station reporter interrupts live stream to save dog from Hurricane Florence flooding | 14 Sept 2018 | As Hurricane Florence continued to pour down on the Carolinas on Friday, a journalist for ABC local station WTVD who was in the field reporting on the storm found herself rescuing a dog. Julie Wilson was recording a video for Facebook Live about the people impacted by the hurricane in New Bern, North Carolina, when she came across a woman trying to save her dog from knee-deep water. "Do you think that is safe," Wilson asked the woman, who said her name was Tasha. "It's my daughter's therapy dog. I have no choice," Tasha responded.

#Walkaway founder banned from Facebook for linking to Infowars

Insane censorship by FaCIAbook: #Walkaway founder banned from Facebook for linking to Infowars | 14 Sept 2018 | Brandon Straka, the former Democrat who founded the #WalkAway campaign was banned from Facebook ahead of a protest in Washington DC. "They're trying to sabotage the march on Washington," he told RT. Straka was banned from the social network on Wednesday, for attempting to promote an interview on Infowars dot com, the news and opinion site of Alex Jones, who was recently banned from a host of internet platforms, including Facebook, for allegedly pushing "hate speech." Facebook lifted the ban shortly afterwards, but Straka sees it as a deliberate effort to sabotage his march on the nation's capital, set for October 26. In meting out the ban, Facebook's speech-police identified "infowars" as the triggering word.

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