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Man in country illegally charged with 11 murders in Texas

Man in country illegally charged with 11 murders in Texas | 16 May 2019 | A Dallas man previously arrested in the death of an 81-year-old woman has been charged with killing at least 11 more elderly women whose jewelry and other valuables he stole, authorities said Thursday. Kim Leach, a spokeswoman for the Dallas County district attorney's office, said 46-year-old Billy Chemirmir was indicted Tuesday on six more counts of capital murder in the deaths of women ranging in age from 76 to 94. Chemirmir, a Kenyan citizen who was living in the U.S. illegally, also is charged in nearby Collin County with two counts of attempted capital murder for similar attacks there, according to county court records.

Missouri Senate passes bill to outlaw abortion at 8 weeks

Missouri Senate passes bill to outlaw abortion at 8 weeks --Anti-abortion campaigners across the U.S. are pushing for new restrictions in hopes that the now more-conservative U.S. Supreme Court will overturn Roe v. Wade. | 16 May 2019 | Missouri's Senate has passed what its authors call one of the nation's most stringent anti-abortion bills, which would outlaw nearly all abortions at eight weeks of pregnancy. The Republican-led Senate passed the bill, dubbed Missouri Stands With the Unborn, 24-10 early Thursday morning.

Unintended Consequences - Dirty Genes in Vaccines

Unintended Consequences - Dirty Genes in Vaccines | 15 May 2019 | What happens when our government regulatory agencies tasked with protecting the public's health fails to disclose the risks known by the industry? In the case of viruses and DNA in vaccines, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has internally noted that "small amounts of residual cell substrate DNA unavoidably occur in all viral vaccines as well as other biologics produced using cell substrates. There are several potential ways DNA could be a risk factor. DNA can be oncogenic or infectious; in addition, it can cause insertion mutagenesis through integration into the host genome." Since all vaccines contain residual DNA that has a potential to be oncogenic (causing cancer), mutagenic (changing your genetic code), and infectious, isn't it of major concern that section 13 of every vaccine package insert states that the product has not been evaluated for carcinogenic (causing cancer) or mutagenic effects?

120 people trying to enter U.S. illegally discovered inside locked trailer in Texas - CBP

120 people trying to enter U.S. illegally discovered inside locked trailer in Texas - CBP | 16 May 2019 | More than 100 people trying to enter the U.S. illegally -- including 11 minors -- were detained in Texas late last week after agents at the border discovered them hiding inside a locked semi-trailer. U.S. Customs and Border Protection revealed Wednesday that agents at a checkpoint in Laredo were investigating a black semi-truck with a white trailer trying to enter the U.S. just after midnight on May 10 when they made the discovery.

Police with battering ram raid Venezuelan Embassy in DC, arrest anti-coup activists

Police with battering ram raid Venezuelan Embassy in DC, arrest anti-coup activists | 16 May 2019 | In clear violation of international law, police broke into Venezuela's embassy in Washington D.C., arresting activists invited by staff. They prevented the building from being seized by US-backed coup leader Juan Guaido's people. After spending over a month camped out in the embassy, the final four activists of the Venezuelan Embassy Protection Collective have been placed under arrest after police broke down doors and entered the premises on Thursday.

Bill de Blasio announces 2020 White House run, joining crowded field

Bill de Blasio announces 2020 White House run, joining crowded field | 16 May 2019 | New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio announced Thursday morning that he will seek the Democratic nomination for president in 2020, saying President Trump "must be stopped." De Blasio is the 23rd Democrat to officially announce a bid for the White House and the second this week following Montana Gov. Steve Bullock's announcement on Tuesday. The second-term mayor's central platform will be "working people first."

Students taking SATs will be assigned secret 'adversity score' - report

Students taking SATs will be assigned secret 'adversity score' - report --Students will not be told the scores, but colleges will see the numbers | 16 May 2019 | The nonprofit [sic] group that administers the SAT will assign an adversity score to each student who takes the test to reflect their social and economic backgrounds, according to a report from the Wall Street Journal. The number will be calculated using 15 factors, the Journal reported, including the crime rate and poverty levels of the student's high school and neighborhood. Colleges will be able to see the number when considering applicants, but students themselves won't be told their scores.

Ex-FBI lawyer: Officials were 'quite worried' Comey appeared to be blackmailing Trump with dossier

Ex-FBI lawyer: Officials were 'quite worried' Comey appeared to be blackmailing Trump with dossier | 15 May 2019 | Former FBI general counsel James Baker said this week that he and other officials were "quite worried" that former FBI Director James Comey appeared to be blackmailing then President-elect Trump during a 2017 meeting regarding salacious allegations found in the Steele dossier. On the latest episode of the Yahoo News podcast "Skullduggery" published Tuesday, Baker said he and others were so concerned about Comey briefing Trump on January 6, 2017, on Russia's interference in the election as well as the controversial dossier that "analogies" were made to J. Edgar Hoover, the former FBI director who famously abused his power to blackmail individuals.

Gavin Newsom pardons 7 felons, including 2 facing deportation

Gavin Newsom pardons 7 felons, including 2 facing deportation | 15 May 2019 | California Gov. Gavin Newsom, in an apparent rebuke of President Trump, used his executive authority to pardon two immigrants who went to prison after facing convictions -- including for soliciting to commit murder and grand theft. While his decision doesn't halt deportation proceedings, it removes the offense that prompted the decision to deport them. Newsom's office justified the decision as a way to help the pardoned -- many of whom were convicted before 2000 -- avoid "collateral consequences" of their convictions.

Camp Fire started by PG&E owned power transmission lines: CAL FIRE

Camp Fire started by PG&E owned power transmission lines: CAL FIRE | 15 May 2019 | CAL FIRE has determined the Camp Fire, the deadliest and most destructive in California history was caused by electrical transmission lines owned and operated by Pacific Gas and Electric (PG&E). CAL FIRE investigators announced their findings in Sacramento on Wednesday. According to the report, on November 8, the fire was started in the Pulga area, about 6 miles northeast of the town of Paradise by electrical transmission lines, which are larger lines used to carry electric energy over large distances.

Trump denies U.S. plan to send 120,000 troops to counter 'Iran threat'

Trump denies U.S. plan to send 120,000 troops to counter 'Iran threat' | 14 May 2019 | President Donald Trump on Tuesday denied a New York Times report that U.S. officials were discussing a military plan to send up to 120,000 troops to the Middle East to counter any attack or nuclear weapons acceleration by Iran. "I think it’s fake news, OK? Now, would I do that? Absolutely. But we have not planned for that. Hopefully we’re not going to have to plan for that. And if we did that, we'd send a hell of a lot more troops than that," Trump told reporters at the White House.

No increased Iran threat in Syria or Iraq, top British officer says, contradicting US

No increased Iran threat in Syria or Iraq, top British officer says, contradicting US --Deputy commander of anti-Isis coalition rebuts White House justification for sending troops | 14 May 2019 | The top British general in the US-led coalition against Isis has said there is no increased threat from Iranian-backed forces in Iraq or Syria, directly contradicting US assertions used to justify a military buildup in the region. Hours later, however, his assessment was disowned by US Central Command in an extraordinary rebuke of an allied senior officer...Maj Gen Christopher Ghika, who is a deputy commander of Operation Inherent Resolve (OIR), the coalition conducting counter-terrorist operations against Isis in Iraq and Syria, was repeatedly questioned by reporters about the threat from Shia militias in Syria and Iraq, cited by US officials over the past week as justification for speeding up the deployment of an aircraft carrier strike group in the Gulf and for sending B-52 Stratofortress bombers and an anti-aircraft battery to the region. "No - there's been no increased threat from Iranian-backed forces in Iraq and Syria," Ghika said in a videolink briefing from Baghdad to the Pentagon.

Fukushima plant radioactive water could be stored in tanks long term - gov't source

Fukushima plant radioactive water could be stored in tanks long term - gov't source | 13 May 2019 | The Japanese administration is considering keeping the enormous and still growing volume of radioactively contaminated water at the disaster-stricken Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant in storage tanks for the long term, a source close to the government has told the Mainichi Shimbun. Previously, five options to deal with the contaminated water were being compared: releasing it into the ocean; piping it into a deep stratum of the Earth's crust; releasing it into the atmosphere as steam; encasing it in cement and burying it; and using electrolysis to hydrogenate tritium...in the water before releasing it into the air [!]. However, strontium 90 -- a radioactive element that can accumulate in the bones -- was discovered in treated water in government maximum-busting concentrations just before August 2018 public hearings on the contaminated water problem.

Barr jokes with Pelosi: 'Did you bring your handcuffs?'

Barr jokes with Pelosi: 'Did you bring your handcuffs?' | 15 May 2019 | Attorney General William Barr joked with Speaker Nancy Pelosi about Democrats' calls for his arrest, asking the California Democrat whether she brought handcuffs to an event on the West Front of the U.S. Capitol on Wednesday morning. The exchange -- which comes a week after the House Judiciary Committee voted to hold Barr in contempt over subpoenas related to the Mueller report -- took place as they were waiting for President Trump, who was running roughly 45 minutes late, to arrive at the 38th Annual National Peace Officers' Memorial Service. "As those seated on the platform waited for the president's arrival in an adjacent tent, Attorney General Barr approached Speaker Pelosi, shook her hand and said loudly, 'Madam Speaker, did you bring your handcuffs?'" a bystander told The Hill.

Alabama governor signs near-total abortion ban

Alabama governor signs near-total abortion ban | 15 May 2019 | Alabama Gov. Kay Ivey just signed the state's controversial near-total abortion ban. The new law is the most restrictive anti-abortion measure passed in the United States since Roe v. Wade was decided in 1973. The legislation -- House Bill 314, "Human Life Protection Act" -- bans all abortions in the state except when "abortion is necessary in order to prevent a serious health risk" to the woman, according to the bill's text. It criminalizes the procedure, reclassifying abortion as a Class A felony, punishable by up to 99 years in prison for doctors. Attempted abortions will be reclassified as a Class C penalty.

US non-essential personnel ordered to leave Iraq Embassy, consulate

US non-essential personnel ordered to leave Iraq Embassy, consulate | 15 May 2019 | The State Department has ordered all non-emergency personnel at the U.S. Embassy and consulate in Iraq to leave the country amid rising tensions between the U.S. and Iran. The announcement was made in a security alert on its website early Wednesday morning. The alert also said that normal visa services would be temporarily suspended.

Baghdad won't let Washington use its territory in war against Iran - Iraq's envoy

Baghdad won't let Washington use its territory in war against Iran - Iraq's envoy | 15 May 2019 | Iraq does not want a "devastating" new war in the Middle East and will not allow the US to use its territory for military action against neighboring Iran, Baghdad's ambassador to Moscow has said. "Iraq is a sovereign nation. We will not let [the US] to use our territory," Haidar Mansour Hadi, the Iraqi envoy to Russia, told journalists at a press conference in Moscow when asked about Iraq's stance on the rising tensions in the region, fueled by the feud between Washington and Tehran. The ambassador expressed his hope that "nothing will happen" eventually, adding that his nation "does not want a new devastating war in the region."

'No one in Europe' wants second Iraq: Austrian president slams 'provocative' US Iran policy

'No one in Europe' wants second Iraq: Austrian president slams 'provocative' US Iran policy | 15 May 2019 | The US’ reckless maximum pressure campaign against Tehran and nations dealing with it is deeply provocative and hurts international relations, Austrian President Alexander Van der Bellen said, warning against a major "crisis." Speaking at a joint press conference with the Russian President Vladimir Putin in Sochi on Wednesday, Van der Bellen slammed the US sanctions against Iran by saying that such policies "do not help international relations" and only erode the system of global treaties...If America continues to put pressure on Iran, the whole situation risks spilling into another major crisis "as it happened in Iraq some years ago," the president warned, without elaborating.

Iranian commander warns US aircraft carrier is a 'target' not a threat, as US firepower pours onto its doorstep

Iranian commander warns US aircraft carrier is a 'target' not a threat, as US firepower pours onto its doorstep | 13 May 2019 | As US troops and weaponry pour into the Middle East to counter Iran with threats of "unrelenting force," Iran warns that US forces are "targets," not threats. A little over a week ago, the White House, following approval from the Pentagon, announced that the USS Abraham Lincoln carrier strike group and a bomber task force composed of B-52 Stratofortress heavy, long-range bombers were being immediately deployed to US Central Command as a warning to Iran...The Pentagon announced Friday that additional assets, including an amphibious assault vessel and an air-and-missile defense battery, were also being sent into the region. The US has said that it will respond to any Iranian attack with "unrelenting force." ..."An aircraft carrier that has at least 40 to 50 planes on it and 6,000 forces gathered within it was a serious threat for us in the past," IRGC commander Amirali Hajizadeh said. "But, now it is a target."

Alabama Senate votes to ban almost all abortions, sending measure to governor's desk

Alabama Senate votes to ban almost all abortions, sending measure to governor's desk | 14 May 2019 | The Alabama Senate on Tuesday evening passed legislation that bans nearly all abortions in the state, sending the measure to Gov. Kay Ivey's (R) desk to be signed into law. Ivey has not said whether she will sign the measure, which passed by a 25-6 margin. It would ban abortions in virtually all instances in Alabama, including for victims of rape and incest, and would only permit the procedure if necessary to save a mother's life. Anyone performing an abortion could be punished by 10 to 99 years in prison, but no criminal charges would be filed against a person undergoing the procedure.

Unconfirmed Reports: American, French Air-Force attack on 7 oil tankers at UAE part of al-Fujairah

Unconfirmed Reports: American, French Air-Force attack on 7 oil tankers at UAE part of al-Fujairah | 13 May 2019 | Fort Russ News (FRN) is seeking confirmation of powerful explosions that have been reported in the Emirati port of al-Fujairah, where seven oil tankers are said to have caught fire. All together, FRN's best assessment is that these and similar reports from May 8th, may be connected to a larger psychological warfare operation underway, which Iranian authorities have accused the U.S of conducting with its deployment of the USS Abraham Lincoln to the Persian Gulf. The blasts are said to have taken place early on Sunday morning, according to the Lebanon-based Al Mayadeen television channel, which reported the development hours later. Images circulating on social media were revealed to be of an August fire related to a Hong-Kong incident, casting serious doubts on the claims of an Emirati port attack or accident of some kind.

US police raid Venezuelan embassy to evict pro-Maduro activists defending it from 'illegal seizure'

US police raid Venezuelan embassy to evict pro-Maduro activists defending it from 'illegal seizure' | 14 May 2019 | Pro-Maduro activists occupying the Venezuelan embassy in Washington have refused to vacate the premises in defiance of a notice threatening them with arrest and police entering the building but stopping short of evicting everyone. "We are expecting the police to come in and violate the Vienna convention with their fictional government, nongovernment claiming that we should leave," the Embassy Civilian Protection Collective said in a video message shortly before the police arrived at the doors of the diplomatic premises to the cheers of the pro-Guaido camp outside.

Indictment: As anthrax and bomb threats surfaced in Connecticut, suspect also mailed President Trump a death threat

Indictment: As anthrax and bomb threats surfaced in Connecticut, suspect also mailed President Trump a death threat --At least one letter, addressed to 'The Honorable P Resident Donald Trump' referenced anthrax | 13 May 2019 | A Connecticut man with claimed ties to a white supremacist group was accused of sending more than a dozen threats last September that targeted federal judges, mental health facilities and minority groups in Connecticut, as well as a threat to kill President Donald Trump, a newly unsealed indictment shows. Gary Joseph Gravelle, 51, who was charged with similar crimes in 2010 under the name Roland Prejean, faces 16 counts associated with the menacing messages, including threats against the president, after he was indicted last week by a grand jury in New Haven, federal court records show.

Barr assigns U.S. attorney in Connecticut to look into government surveillance involving Trump campaign - source

Barr assigns U.S. attorney in Connecticut to look into government surveillance involving Trump campaign - source | 13 May 2019 | Attorney General William Barr has appointed a U.S. attorney to examine the origins of the Russia investigation and determine if intelligence collection efforts targeting the Trump campaign were "lawful and appropriate," a person familiar with the situation told Fox News on Monday evening. John Durham, the U.S. attorney in Connecticut, will conduct the inquiry, the source said. The move comes as the Trump administration has pushed for answers on why federal authorities conducted the surveillance -- as well as whether Democrats were the ones who improperly colluded with foreign actors. Two sources told Fox News earlier today that Barr was “serious” and had assigned DOJ personnel to the probe.

Trump says he will meet with Xi and Putin at G20

Trump says he will meet with Xi and Putin at G20 | 13 May 2019 | President Donald Trump has said he will meet with Chinese President Xi Jinping and Russian President Vladimir Putin at next month's G20 summit in Osaka, Japan. Trump announced the pair of meetings to reporters in the Oval office on Monday afternoon. "I'll be meeting with him directly, President Xi. Yes, I will be meeting with President Putin also," he said.

Sweden prosecutors reopen Julian Assange rape probe, seek extradition

Sweden prosecutors reopen Julian Assange rape probe, seek extradition | 13 May 2019 | Prosecutors in Sweden reopened a rape case against WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange, a month after he was forcibly removed from the Ecuadorian Embassy in London and after a U.S. extradition request over computer hacking charges. The decision complicates U.S. efforts to try Assange for leaking classified documents. A sexual assault investigation into Assange was dropped two years ago because prosecutors were not able to continue their case while he was holed up in the embassy. It was reopened Monday at the request of one of the alleged victims CIA trolls who framed Assange. The incident allegedly took place 10 years ago. Assange maintains he is innocent.

Border detention cells in Texas are so overcrowded that US is using aircraft to move migrants

Border detention cells in Texas are so overcrowded that US is using aircraft to move migrants --The flights are conducted by U.S. Customs and Immigration Enforcement. | 11 May 2019 | Overcrowding at Border Patrol stations in South Texas has become so acute in recent days that U.S. authorities have taken the rare step of using aircraft to relocate migrants to other areas of the border simply to begin processing them, according to three Homeland Security officials. The first flight left McAllen, Texas, on Friday, transferring detainees to Border Patrol facilities in Del Rio, Texas. There are daily flights scheduled for the next several days, with two planned for Tuesday, according to officials who spoke on the condition of anonymity to describe the operations.

The CNN Search Engine: Google Search Results Overwhelmingly Favor Mainstream Media - Study

The CNN Search Engine: Google Search Results Overwhelmingly Favor Mainstream Media - Study | 12 May 2019 | According to data compiled by Northwestern University, Google search results overwhelmingly favor CNN compared to other news sources, followed by the New York Times and the Washington Post. Of the top 20 news sources promoted by Google in its "top stories," the top results on its News Search feature, just one was somewhat right-wing, Fox News. But Fox accounted for just three percent of the stories that appeared in "top stories," compared to 10.9 percent for CNN, 6.5 percent for the New York Times, and 5.6 percent for the Washington Post. Other mainstream or left-wing media sources which represented the top 20 sources include ABC, CBS, NPR, The Huffington Post, The Guardian, BBC, The Verge, Al Jazeera, Politico, and the LA Times.

Missouri GOP reimposes in-state tuition ban for children of undocumented immigrants

Missouri GOP reimposes in-state tuition ban for children of undocumented immigrants --On Tuesday, at the behest of the Missouri Senate, the ban was lifted from the annual funding bill | 09 May 2019 | Missouri Republicans moved Thursday to reverse a two-day-old decision that would have ended a ban on in-state college tuition for illegal immigrants brought to the U.S. as children...On Thursday House Republicans took the unusual step of rejecting the higher education budget bill in an effort to force the Missouri Senate to reinstate the ban. Hours later the Senate complied, and the bill was sent back to the conference committee. Later that night and into the early hours of Friday, the Missouri House and Senate passed all of the state's operating budget bills, most likely cementing the ban for at least another year.

DOJ inspector general found Carter Page FISA extensions were illegally obtained, Joe diGenova says

DOJ inspector general found Carter Page FISA extensions were illegally obtained, Joe diGenova says | 11 May 2019 | The Justice Department inspector general has determined the three Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act warrant extensions against onetime Trump campaign aide Carter Page were illegally obtained, attorney Joe diGenova said on Thursday. In an investigation that began last year, Inspector General Michael Horowitz is examining the Justice Department's and FBI's compliance with legal requirements as well as policies and procedures in applications filed with the U.S. Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court related to Page as part of a larger counterintelligence probe into Trump's campaign. The inspector general inquiry is expected to be completed in either late May or June, and diGenova, a former U.S. attorney for the District of Columbia, said Democrats on Capitol Hill are working overtime to investigate and discredit President Trump.

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