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Man throws cell phone on stage as Trump approaches podium at NRA convention

Man throws cell phone on stage as Trump approaches podium at NRA convention | 26 April 2019 | A man was removed from a National Rifle Association event Friday after apparently throwing a cell phone on stage as President Donald Trump was preparing to speak. As President Trump walked across the stage toward the podium at the NRA annual convention in Indianapolis, an object could be seen coming toward the stage from the audience. The secret service released a statement saying in part that a cell phone from the crowd landed on the opposite side of the stage.

UCLA, Cal State LA Quarantine Students Who Cannot Prove They Had Measles Vaccination

UCLA, Cal State LA Quarantine Students Who Cannot Prove They Had Measles Vaccination | 26 April 2019 | A quarantine order has been issued for hundreds of students and staff at two major Los Angeles universities -- the University of California, Los Angeles, and California State University Los Angeles -- who may have been exposed to measles and either have not been vaccinated or cannot verify that they have immunity. UCLA reported that, as of Wednesday, there were 119 students and 8 faculty members were ordered to avoid contact with others. However, by Friday morning than number had fallen, with less than 50 staff and students yet to prove their immunization status. One student remained quarantined on campus.

Army vet charged with injuring 8 people in intentional Sunnyvale crash

Army vet charged with injuring 8 people in intentional Sunnyvale crash | 27 April 2019 | An Army veteran with a history of post-traumatic stress disorder was on his way to a Bible class when he told investigators he intentionally drove into a group of men, women and children, injuring eight people, police said. Isaiah Joel Peoples, 34, was scheduled to appear in court Friday in San Jose after being charged with eight counts of attempted murder. Peoples is a former Army sharpshooter who was deployed to Iraq in 2005 and 2006. He showed no remorse after his car plowed at high speed into a group of people in a crosswalk on Tuesday evening in the Silicon Valley suburb of Sunnyvale before hitting a tree, Police Chief Phan Ngo said.

Twitter interfering in UK elections as the platform bans Tommy Robinson and Ukip candidate Carl Benjamin's campaign accounts

Twitter interfering in UK elections as the platform bans Tommy Robinson and Ukip candidate Carl Benjamin's campaign accounts --Both had already had their personal accounts banned from the platform - but now their campaign accounts are also suspended | 26 April 2019 | Twitter has banned the Euro election campaign accounts of Ukip candidate Carl Benjamin and far-right extremist Tommy Robinson. Benjamin, a vlogger who calls himself "Sargon of Akkad", had already been banned from Twitter in 2017 for violating the platform's rules on targeted abuse. And Robinson, whose real name is Stephen Yaxley-Lennon, was permanently banned in March 2018 for violating its rules on "hateful conduct". [Shutting down private accounts is one thing; banning campaign accounts is a different ball of wax. It's only a matter of time before Deep State septic tank Twitter completely inserts itself in the 2020 US elections, just as Google did by manipulating search algorithms to rig the 2018 midterms. We are tired of the shadow-banning and dismantling of accounts just because Jack Dorsey and his merry band of SJW censors don't agree with the viewpoint of the account owner. It's time, long past time, to regulate these Big Tech totalitarians. --LRP]

Cellphones seized from doctors at hospital where San Diego shooting victims were transported to 'prevent spread of disinformation'

Cellphones seized from doctors at hospital where San Diego shooting victims were transported to 'prevent spread of disinformation' --Alleged shooter was wearing 'tactical gear' when he opened fire | 27 April 2019 | Arthel Neville, co-anchor for Americas News HQ on Fox News, reported the taking of the cellphones during the live Saturday afternoon broadcast. California synagogue shooting leaves 1 dead, 3 injured; man detained, authorities say --A 19-year-old man opened fire inside a Southern California synagogue on Saturday as worshipers prepared to celebrate the last day of Passover, killing a woman and injuring three others, authorities said. The man, whose name has not been released alleged shooter, John T. Earnest, fled from Chabad of Poway synagogue in a car and later called 911 to say "he was just involved in the shooting," San Diego Police Chief David Nisleit told reporters during a news conference. San Diego Bill Gore said had no details on a possible motive for the shooting and that they were reviewing copies of his social media posts. Injured individuals were transported to the Palomar Medical Center. The medical center received four patients, Bobette Brown, the director of communications at the facility, confirmed to Fox News.

Police: 1 detained, injuries reported in San Diego synagogue shooting

Breaking: San Diego synagogue shooting: At least 4 injured, man detained for questioning --Children are among the injured - reports (Fox News) | 27 April 2019 | (Poway, CA) At least four people were injured in a shooting at a Southern California synagogue Saturday morning. The San Diego County Sheriff's Department said in a tweet that deputies were called to the Chabad of Poway synagogue just before 11:30 a.m. local time. The synagogue is in a suburb about 30 minutes north of San Diego. Four victims from the synagogue were taken to Palomar Medical Center, but the nature of their injuries was not immediately clear. One man has been detained for questioning, but police did not identify him as a suspect or indicate if others were being sought.

How the Obama White House engaged Ukraine to give Russia collusion narrative an early boost

How the Obama White House engaged Ukraine to give Russia collusion narrative an early boost | 25 April 2019 | As Donald Trump began his meteoric rise to the presidency, the Obama White House summoned Ukrainian authorities to Washington to coordinate ongoing anti-corruption efforts inside Russia's most critical neighbor. The January 2016 gathering, confirmed by multiple participants and contemporaneous memos, brought some of Ukraine's top corruption prosecutors and investigators face to face with members of former President Obama's National Security Council (NSC), FBI, State Department and Department of Justice (DOJ). The agenda suggested the purpose was training and coordination. But Ukrainian participants said it didn't take long -- during the meetings and afterward -- to realize the Americans' objectives included two politically hot investigations: one that touched Vice President Joe Biden's family and one that involved a lobbying firm linked closely to then-candidate Trump.

Massachusetts judge who allegedly helped suspect skirt ICE is charged by feds

Massachusetts judge who allegedly helped suspect skirt ICE is charged by feds --Shelley Joseph reportedly let illegal immigrant leave by back door | 26 April 2019 | A Massachusetts judge was indicted Thursday for allegedly helping a Dominican national who had illegally entered the country slip out a back door of a courthouse to escape from an ICE agent waiting in the lobby. District Court Judge Shelley M. Richmond Joseph, 51, of Natick, was indicted on federal charges of obstruction of justice and aiding and abetting for allegedly interfering with a federal investigation...In addition to Joseph, the grand jury indicted former Trial Court officer Wesley MacGregor, 56, of Watertown, with obstruction of justice and aiding and abetting, as well as perjury.

Putin: Kim needs 'security guarantees' on nuclear deal

Putin: Kim needs 'security guarantees' on nuclear deal --The Russian and North Korean leaders have ended their meeting in Vladivostok -- the first summit of its kind. Russian President Vladimir Putin said Kim Jong Un was willing to disarm under certain conditions. | 25 April 2019 | Russian President Vladimir Putin said after his meeting with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un on Thursday that North Korea would need security guarantees before it could pursue nuclear disarmament. Putin, who did not elaborate on what kind of guarantees Kim wanted, said Russia supported the US call for complete denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula. "This is certainly a common priority," he said. The Russian president also said he was prepared to discuss what was covered at the summit with the United States.

Sri Lanka suspects still at large as ISIS role in bombings takes shape

Sri Lanka suspects still at large as ISIS role in bombings takes shape --ISIS's role in the Sri Lanka Easter bombings is still unclear, but Australia says the terror group helped pick targets. --Sri Lanka's president says a key suspect in the attacks, who appeared in an ISIS video, was killed in the bombings. --There have been some major missteps, both before and after the attacks, by Sri Lankan officials, worrying residents with suspects still at large. | 26 April 2019 | An Islamic extremist believed to have played a key role in Sri Lanka's deadly Easter bombings died in an attack on a Colombo hotel, the country's president confirmed Friday. The news came amid a chaotic investigation into the bombing attacks -- and mounting anger over intelligence failures that seem to have allowed the terrorists to strike in spite of warnings. "What intelligence agencies have told me is that Zahran was killed during the Shangri-La attack," President Maithripala Sirisena told reporters on Friday, referring to Zahran Hashim, leader of a local extremist group known by the acronym NJT...Hashim appeared in a video released by the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) shortly after the group claimed responsibility for the bombings, but his whereabouts after the blasts was not immediately clear.

Amid measles fears, more than 200 students and staff at L.A. universities are quarantined

Amid measles fears, more than 200 students and staff at L.A. universities are quarantined | 25 April 2019 | Trying to stop a measles outbreak from spreading, health officials announced Thursday that more than 200 students and staff members at UCLA and Cal State L.A. who have been exposed to measles are being asked to stay home. The five people diagnosed with measles so far in L.A. County this year include a UCLA student and a Cal State L.A. student. Concerned about the quick spread of disease on busy college campuses, health officials have ordered that students and staff exposed to measles who cannot show they have been vaccinated be quarantined until further notice.

Ex-campaign adviser Michael Caputo says he met with Trump, vows to plead the fifth if subpoenaed

Ex-campaign adviser Michael Caputo says he met with Trump, vows to plead the fifth if subpoenaed | 25 April 2019 | Michael Caputo, a former adviser to President Trump's campaign in 2016, told Fox News on Thursday that he paid a visit to the president in Washington D.C. and that he plans to plead the Fifth should he receive a subpoena from the House Judiciary Committee. Caputo and Trump spoke about a variety of topics over the course of their nearly 40-minute meeting at the White House on Wednesday, including the conclusion of Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s Russia investigation, as well as the 2020 presidential election, he said.

Judge dismisses Bush-era warrantless wiretapping lawsuit citing national security concerns

Judge dismisses Bush-era warrantless wiretapping lawsuit citing national security concerns | 25 April 2019 | A federal judge dismissed a lawsuit Thursday against warrantless wiretap programs established during the Bush administration, ruling that the court could not determine the plaintiff's legal standing without endangering national security. Politico reported that U.S. District Court Judge Jeffrey White dismissed a lawsuit originally filed in 2008 that argued that the Terrorist Surveillance Program set up by the NSA under President George W. Bush violated both the Fourth Amendment and the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act (FISA). White wrote in his ruling that allowing the case to proceed could have "devastating" consequences for U.S. national security, according to Politico.

Hours After Entering 2020 Race, Biden to Attend Big-Money Fundraiser Hosted by Comcast, Blue Cross Execs

Hours After Entering 2020 Race, Biden to Attend Big-Money Fundraiser Hosted by Comcast, Blue Cross Execs | 25 April 2019 | Hours after officially entering the 2020 Democratic presidential field Thursday morning, former Vice President Joe Biden is expected to head to the Philadelphia home of Comcast executive David Cohen for a big-dollar fundraiser that will reportedly be attended by Democratic lawmakers, the CEO of insurance giant Independence Blue Cross, and other high-powered party players...Though Cohen is technically not a registered lobbyist, he directs Comcast's lobbying operations--a distinction that critics said allows him to skirt federal lobbying regulations. According to the Philadelphia Business Journal, "Cohen sent an email to potential contributors Wednesday soliciting donations of $2,800, the maximum federal primary contribution for the event."

Teen to become first person to announce NFL draft pick with Braille

Teen to become first person to announce NFL draft pick with Braille | 25 April 2019 | A blind teenager who has been diagnosed with cancer will this weekend become the first person to announce an NFL draft pick from a card written in Braille. Mo Gaba, a 13-year-old Baltimore Ravens fan, is set to announce the team's fourth-round draft pick on Saturday during the organization's draft fest at the Inner Harbor in Baltimore. Ravens coach John Harbaugh invited Gaba to announce the team's draft pick as he talked on a local radio program this week...ESPN noted that Gaba lost his eye sight when he was 9 months old.

White Helmets plot new false-flag chemical attack in Syria's Idlib - Russia's UN envoy

White Helmets plot new false-flag chemical attack in Syria's Idlib - Russia's UN envoy | 25 April 2019 | The White Helmets, a controversial Western-backed 'civil defense' group, is readying a new provocation that will see them using toxic agents on civilians to frame the attack on Damascus, Russia's deputy UN ambassador has said. Speaking at the UN Security Council meeting on Wednesday, Russian Deputy UN Representative Vladimir Safronkov said the new false-flag attack is being prepared in the rebel-controlled Idlib province. "The pseudo-humanitarian personnel of the White Helmets continues to prepare ever new provocations in order to accuse the lawful authorities of using toxic agents," Safronkov said. "We see what is going on."

Trump says he'll fight 'all the subpoenas'

Trump says he'll fight 'all the subpoenas' | 24 April 2019 | President Trump said Wednesday that he intends to fight "all the subpoenas" issued by the House, setting up a drawn-out battle between the White House and congressional Democrats. "We're fighting all the subpoenas," Trump told reporters as he left the White House for a conference in Atlanta on opioid abuse. He dismissed a subpoena from the House Judiciary Committee for testimony from former White House counsel Don McGahn as "ridiculous." "We have been, I have been the most transparent president and administration in the history of our country by far," Trump said.

Barr to testify before Senate panel next week on Mueller report

Barr to testify before Senate panel next week on Mueller report | 24 April 2019 | Attorney General William Barr is scheduled to testify next Wednesday before the Senate Judiciary Committee on special counsel Robert Mueller's investigation. Barr, who released a redacted version of Mueller's report on Russian interference last week, is slated to appear before the committee on May 1 at 10 a.m. The attorney general is also expected to testify before the House Judiciary Committee the following day.

Isis claims responsibility for Sri Lanka attacks

Isis claims responsibility for Sri Lanka attacks | 23 April 2019 | Sri Lanka is again under curfew tonight and new emergency powers have begun for the military, amid warnings of more explosives and militants in or around Colombo. This as the extremist Islamic State group claimed it carried out the Easter bomb attacks which left at least 321 people dead.

Driver arrested after hitting 8 people in Sunnyvale, police believe it may have been intentional

Driver arrested after deliberately hitting 8 people with car in Sunnyvale, officials say --Sunnyvale DPS says the group was possibly targeted by the driver. | 24 April 2019 | (CA) Sunnyvale Department of Public Safety says a man deliberately drove into a group of people, Tuesday night. The crash happened at El Camino Real and Sunnyvale Saratoga Road. Eight victims were taken to the hospital, some with serious injuries. The driver was arrested.

Ecuador says it faced 40 million cyberattacks after giving up Assange

Ecuador says it faced 40 million cyberattacks after giving up Assange --The attacks reportedly came from across the world. | 16 April 2019 | Ecuador's government may be facing virtual retaliation for its decision to allow Julian Assange's arrest. The country's deputy minister for information and communication technologies, Patricio Real, claimed that its institutions' websites had faced 40 million cyberattacks in the days since it effectively turned Assange in. The denial of service attacks flooded a number of major targets, including President Moreno's office, the internal revenue service and the central bank. There was no one clear point of origin for the reported attacks.

Wisconsin woman pleads guilty to trying to plan terrorist attacks on behalf of ISIS

Wisconsin woman pleads guilty to trying to plan terrorist attacks on behalf of ISIS | 22 April 2019 | A Wisconsin woman has pleaded guilty to attempting to plan terrorist attacks on behalf of ISIS [I-CIA-SIS], according to the Associated Press. Waheba Issa Dais, a mother of seven, pleaded guilty Monday to distributing information on how to manufacture biological weapons and explosives online. Dais initially pleaded not guilty to two counts of providing material support to terrorists before pleading guilty to one in exchange for the other being dropped, according to the AP.

Sri Lanka bombings carried out by Islamist group National Thowheed Jama'ath, minister says

Sri Lanka bombings carried out by Islamist group National Thowheed Jama'ath, minister says | 22 April 2019 | Bombings that killed hundreds of victims at churches and hotels in Sri Lanka were carried out by a local Islamist group with help from international terrorists, the government has said. Health minister Rajitha Senaratne said seven suicide bombers who struck on Easter Sunday were Sri Lankan citizens linked to National Thowheed Jama'ath. "We do not believe these attacks were carried out by a group of people who were confined to this country," he added. "There was an international network without which these attacks could not have succeeded." ...There was no claim of responsibility and officials said 24 suspects were in custody for questioning.

The missed warnings: As bombing mastermind is revealed to be an ISIS fanatic, how Sri Lankan security forces were first told of the threat on April 4

The missed warnings: As bombing mastermind is revealed to be an ISIS fanatic, how Sri Lankan security forces were first told of the threat on April 4 | 22 April 2019 | Security services in Sri Lanka faced a furious backlash last night for ignoring multiple warnings about the Islamist extremist group behind the massacre. It emerged that Muslim groups alerted military intelligence officials to National Thowheed Jama'ath (NTJ) and its leaders as far back as three years ago. It was also revealed that foreign intelligence agencies warned of attacks by the group several times in recent weeks - the first as early as April 4 - but that the information was not passed higher up the chain of command.

Fury as Obama, Clinton Avoid Word 'Christians' in Sri Lanka Blast Tweets

Fury as Obama, Clinton Avoid Word 'Christians' in Sri Lanka Blast Tweets | 22 April 2019 | World politicians have sent their condolences to Sri Lanka after multiple explosions hit luxury hotels and churches during Easter mass on Sunday, killing at least 290 people and injuring 500 others. Former US President Barack Obama and ex-Secretary of State Hillary Clinton have reacted to the deadly Sri Lanka blasts in big-name hotels and churches, seemingly avoiding calling the victims targeted during Easter services "Christians", having instead opted for a more obscure term - "Easter worshippers". The bizarre choice of term has ignited social media users, who have replied to the tweets, insisting that saying the word "Christians" in public is not a taboo.

Around 700 children reportedly fell sick after polio vaccination in Peshawar

Around 700 children reportedly fell sick after polio vaccination in Peshawar --Protesters broke down the compound wall of the hospital and set the building on fire. | 22 April 2019 | At least 700 schoolchildren fell sick after receiving the polio vaccination in Peshawar causing an attack on a hospital in city by angry mob, ARY News reported on Monday. An angry mob resorted to rioting at Mashokhel Hospital in Badha Beer area of Peshawar after several children allegedly fell sick after being administered the polio vaccine. A heavy contingent of police reached the spot and controlled the unrest.

Workers, Stop & Shop reach tentative deal to end strike

Tentative deal reached between Stop & Shop, striking workers | 21 April 2019 | A tentative deal between Stop & Shop and thousands of striking workers was reached Sunday night, both sides said in separate statements. The strike, which had been in its 10th day Sunday, began when 31,000 Stop & Shop workers walked off their jobs April 11 at 240 stores in Massachusetts, Rhode Island, and Connecticut. The tentative, three-year deal between Stop & Shop and the five United Food and Commercial Workers locals representing the workers offers increased pay for all associates, as well as continued health coverage and retirement benefits, both sides said. [Read the statements from both sides here.]

Did ISIS help plot the carnage? With suicide vests, Christians targeted on a religious holiday and a brutal contempt for civilian lives, the Sri Lankan bombings bear all the hallmarks of the terror group

Did ISIS help plot the carnage? With suicide vests, Christians targeted on a religious holiday and a brutal contempt for civilian lives, the Sri Lankan bombings bear all the hallmarks of the terror group --207 people died, including five Britons, and 450 were injured in Sri Lankan blasts | 21 April 2019 | ...The carnage that unfolded yesterday saw the country's enemies take on new depths of depravity. It had all the hallmarks of the barbaric Islamic State group -- executed meticulously and without mercy. Within minutes of yesterday’s blasts, MI5 was trying to establish if there were any British links to those who could be behind the plot. There were no immediate claims of responsibility, nor any established motive for the attack, although 13 suspects had been arrested by last night.

Ninth bomb is defused at Sri Lanka airport as police arrest 13 after Easter Sunday terror spree

Ninth bomb is defused at Sri Lanka airport as police arrest 13 after Easter Sunday terror spree | 21 April 2019 | A ninth explosive device, a six-foot pipe bomb found at Colombo International Airport in Sri Lanka, has been successfully defused, following a series of deadly terrorist attacks that killed over 200 people on Easter Sunday. "A PVC pipe which was six feet (1.8 meters) in length containing explosives in it was discovered" on a road close to Mattala Rajapaksa International Airport, Air Force spokesman Gihan Seneviratne told reporters. The facility was immediately placed on lockdown as the Air Force proceeded to defuse the device in a controlled explosion.

DOJ calls Nadler subpoena for full Mueller report 'premature and unnecessary'

DOJ calls Nadler subpoena for full Mueller report 'premature and unnecessary' | 20 April 2019 | The Department of Justice responded Friday to House Judiciary Committee Chairman Jerrold Nadler's request for Special Counsel Robert Mueller's full and unredacted report, dismissing the request as both "premature and unnecessary." DOJ spokesperson Kerri Kupec said in a statement that Attorney General Bill Barr provided Mueller's report on Thursday with only "minimal redactions" and, "in the interest of transparency," the department had provided certain members of Congress, including Nadler, with a report that had "even fewer redactions." "In light of this, Congressman Nadler's subpoena is premature and unnecessary. The Department will continue to work with Congress to accommodate its legitimate requests consistent with the law and long-recognized executive branch interests," Kupec continued.

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