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Traces of chemical weapons agent found in shrimp in Sweden

Traces of chemical weapons agent found in shrimp in Sweden | 11 July 2018 | Traces of a chemical warfare agent were found in shrimp caught near the Swedish island of Maseskar, where 28 ships with chemical and other weapons were sunk by the allies after World War II, the Swedish National Water Agency said. The agency urged a complete fishing ban in the area surrounding the island, which is located in the Skagerrak straits linking the North Sea and the Baltic Sea. The substance, identified as diphenylchlorarsine, is likely leaking into the water from decaying bombs aboard the sunken ships, the agency said. Swedish scientists are now warning that traces of the poisonous substance may also be present in Baltic Sea fish, saying that they are planning to expand their research into the matter.

Lisa Page will not appear for Capitol Hill interview despite subpoena, attorney says

Lisa Page will not appear for Capitol Hill interview despite subpoena, attorney says | 10 July 2018 | Former FBI attorney Lisa Page will not appear for a private interview with two House committees despite being subpoenaed, her attorney told Fox News Tuesday. In a statement, Amy Jeffress said her client did not have enough time to prepare and had asked the the House Judiciary and Oversight and Government Reform Committees to schedule another date. In a statement, House Judiciary Committee Chairman Bob Goodlatte, R-Va., said: "It appears that Lisa Page has something to hide..." Other GOP members of the Judiciary Committee slammed Page's refusal to appear, with Ron DeSantis of Florida calling it "pathetic" and Jim Jordan of Ohio said she was "once again showing the double standard."

Trump pardons Oregon ranchers at center of 40-day standoff

Trump pardons Oregon ranchers at center of 40-day standoff | 10 July 2018 | President Trump on Tuesday pardoned a pair of Oregon ranchers whose arson conviction became a focus for opponents of federal government land ownership. Dwight Hammond, 76, and his son Steven Hammond, 49, were convicted in 2012 and sent to prison on arson charges. They had set a series of fires on their ranch that spread to federal land. The Hammonds' case became the inspiration for the 40-day armed occupation of the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge in 2016. The organizers wanted to protest federal land ownership.

House Judiciary Committee subpoenas anti-Trump FBI lawyer Lisa Page

House Judiciary Committee subpoenas anti-Trump FBI lawyer Lisa Page | 09 July 2018 | The House Judiciary Committee has subpoenaed former FBI lawyer Lisa Page to appear for a private interview on Wednesday, according to two people familiar with the subpoena. Page exchanged text messages critical of Donald Trump with FBI agent Peter Strzok, who will testify publicly before the panel on Thursday. Page and Strzok both worked on the FBI investigation into Hillary Clinton's emails and later special counsel Robert Mueller's Russia investigation. It is unclear if Page will appear.

Brett Kavanaugh Is Trump's Pick for Supreme Court

Brett Kavanaugh Is Trump's Pick for Supreme Court | 09 July 2018 | President Trump on Monday selected Judge Brett M. Kavanaugh, a politically connected member of Washington's conservative legal establishment, to fill Justice Anthony M. Kennedy's seat on the Supreme Court, setting up an epic confirmation battle and potentially cementing the court's rightward tilt for a generation. The nomination of Judge Kavanaugh, 53, a federal appeals court judge, former aide to President [sic] George W. Bush and onetime investigator of President Bill Clinton, was not a huge surprise, given his conservative record, elite credentials and deep ties among the Republican legal groups that have advanced conservatives for the federal bench. Judge Kavanaugh...is a graduate of Yale and Yale Law School. He also impressed Mr. Trump during his interview, and was enthusiastically backed by the White House counsel, Donald F. McGahn II.

Trump nominates Brett Kavanaugh to Supreme Court

Breaking: Trump nominates Brett Kavanaugh to Supreme Court | 09 July 2018 | President Trump nominated appeals court judge Brett Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court Monday night to replace the retiring Justice Anthony Kennedy, ending a days-long guessing game that began the moment Kennedy announced his retirement on June 27. In televised remarks from the East Room of the White House, the president praised what he called Kavanaugh's "impeccable credentials, unsurpassed qualifications and a proven commitment to equal justice under the law." "There is no one in America more qualified for this position, and no one more deserving," Trump said.

Rhino poachers mauled and eaten by lions in South Africa

Rhino poachers mauled and eaten by lions in South Africa | 06 July 2018 | At least three poachers who broke into a rhinoceros reserve in South Africa received a brutal dose of karma when they were torn to pieces by a pride of lions. Staff at the Sibuya Game Reserve in Kenton-on-Sea, South Africa discovered the men's bloody remains on Tuesday, including dismembered limbs and a decapitated head. Several pairs of empty shoes were discovered, indicating that the lions ate the men, although staff say that more remains may be hidden in the thick bush. "The lions are our watchers and guardians and they picked the wrong pride and became a meal," reserve owner Nick Fox told the Daily Express. [Excellent idea to bring the lions aboard as security guards. Apparently, they're great workers!]

Talk emerges that Hillary Clinton is plotting her 2020 comeback and prepping to take on Donald Trump a second time

Talk emerges that Hillary Clinton is plotting her 2020 comeback and prepping to take on Donald Trump a second time --Clinton's next scheduled public appearance is at the third annual Ozy Fest, July 21 and 22 in Central Park | 08 July 2018 | Hillary Clinton has ramped her public presence and her fundraising appeals in recent weeks, leading to speculation she's plotting her 2020 comeback and preparing for a rematch with Donald Trump. The New York Post notes that five times in the last month alone, Clinton sent e-mails touting her super PAC's role in combating Trump. ...The day after Supreme Court Justice Anthony Kennedy announced his retirement, Clinton introduced a new resistance partner: Demand Justice... Demand Justice's executive director is Brian Fallon, who served as Clinton's campaign press secretary.  Clinton's next scheduled public appearance is at the third annual Ozy Fest that takes place July 21 and 22 in Central Park.

Woman arrested for Statue of Liberty protest is released from police custody

Woman arrested for Statue of Liberty protest is released from police custody | 06 July 2018 | The woman arrested for scaling the Statue of Liberty on the Fourth of July was released from police custody Thursday. She has since been identified as immigration activist Therese Okoumou. Her climb sparked an evacuation of Liberty Island as police worked to get her to come down. For hours she sat by Lady Liberty's feet waving a T-shirt reading "rise and resist" on one side and "Trumpcare makes us sick" on the other.

Klamathon Fire: Sunday Update

Klamathon Fire: Sunday Update --Approximately 600 homes remain threatened | 08 July 2018 | (Hornbrook, CA) As of 7:00 a.m. on Sunday July, 8, 2018 the Klamathon Fire burning in Northern California and Southern Oregon is 30,500 acres and 25 percent contained. CAL FIRE says moderate fire behavior with uphill runs and short range spotting was observed overnight with good overnight humidity recovery. Crews say the fire continues to burn moderately to the southeast and continues to spread into the Klamath National Forest... CAL FIRE says the Klamathon Fire continues to threaten the communities of Hornbrook, CA; Hilt, CA; and Colestin, OR.

'Tiny' Beryl becomes first hurricane of season; Caribbean islands prepare

'Tiny' Beryl becomes first hurricane of season; Caribbean islands prepare | 07 July 2018 | Hurricane Beryl has strengthened quickly to become the first hurricane of the 2018 Atlantic season, though it's due to weaken before making landfall overnight Sunday in the Caribbean. The Category 1 storm on Friday night was about 890 miles east-southeast of the Lesser Antilles, the arc of Caribbean islands that extends from the US Virgin Islands to Grenada. It was moving west at 14 mph, with sustained winds of 80 mph.

California wildfires rage during stifling heat, prompting new evacuations

California wildfires rage during stifling heat, prompting new evacuations | 08 July 2018 | Firefighters battled multiple wildfires that were wreaking havoc across California and other western states on Sunday as some blazes were brought under control while others prompted evacuations. In parts of southern California, where temperatures have topped 100 degrees, driving winds that sent one inferno through Santa Barbara County vanished in the morning, which allowed authorities to extinguish the charred ruins of about 20 structures. A mandatory evacuation was reduced and most of the 2,500 people who had fled late Friday would be able to return home.

Klamathon fire explodes overnight, crosses into Oregon

Klamathon fire explodes overnight, crosses into Oregon | 07 July 2018 | A wildfire burning at California's border with Oregon exploded to 21,803 acres overnight, and was only 5 percent contained as of Saturday morning. The so-called Klamathon Fire killed one person Friday... The fire has also reportedly destroyed 40 structures. CAL Fire reports the fire is moving in multiple directions and there is a high potential for spread into the Klamath National Forest, Rogue River-Siskiyou National Forest, and Jackson County, as well as private timber lands.

Vehicle in northern Virginia I-66 crash had fled Secret Service in D.C.; suspect at large

Vehicle in northern Virginia I-66 crash had fled Secret Service in D.C.; suspect at large | 08 July 2018 | One of the vehicles involved in a crash that shut down a section of Interstate 66 in northern Virginia on Sunday morning had fled after a Secret Service officer tried to initiate a traffic stop in Washington, D.C. The driver of the suspect vehicle fled the scene and remains at large. "Today at 4:35 am, a Secret Service Uniformed Division Officer observed a vehicle traveling in the wrong direction on I Street NW, Washington, DC," the Secret Service said in a statement tweeted by NBC Washington reporter/anchor Adam Tuss. "The Uniformed Division Officer attempted to initiate a traffic stop of the suspect vehicle; however, the vehicle failed to yield and exited onto I-66 traveling westbound in the eastbound lanes."

U.S. service member killed, 2 wounded in 'insider attack' in Afghanistan

U.S. service member killed, 2 wounded in 'insider attack' in Afghanistan | 08 July 2018 | One American service member was killed and two others were wounded on Saturday in what the U.S.-led coalition described as an "apparent insider attack." "The wounded service members, who are in stable condition, are currently being treated," said a statement by the NATO Resolute Support Mission. The Taliban did not claim responsibility for the attack, but acknowledged it in a message on its official Telegram channel.

North Korea: US is making 'gangster-like' demands on denuclearisation

North Korea: US is making 'gangster-like' demands on denuclearisation | 07 July 2018 | North Korea has accused the US of using "gangster-like" tactics to push it towards nuclear disarmament after a fresh round of high-level talks. It branded the US attitude at the meeting as "extremely troubling". The statement, by an unnamed foreign ministry official, gave a starkly different account from one provided by US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo just hours before. He had said progress was made during his two-day visit to Pyongyang.

Migrant Beheads 1-Year-Old Girl in Germany; Merkel Bans Media Reporting

Migrant Beheads 1-Year-Old Girl in Germany; Merkel Bans Media Reporting | 06 July 2018 | Angela Merkel's pro-migrant government has banned German media from reporting on a crime involving a Muslim migrant who allegedly beheaded his one-year-old baby daughter on a train station platform in Hamburg. According to eyewitnesses, the 33-year-old suspect, Mourtala Madou, beheaded his one-year-old daughter in front of a horrified crowd of commuters at Jungfernstieg station on Thursday April 12, and then stabbed his German girlfriend, the mother of the child...German media has been allowed by the government to report on the murder of the mother, but Angela Merkel's government banned German media outlets from reporting on the decapitated baby.

Trump: Will Twitter axe NYT, WaPo in purge of 'fake' accounts?

Trump: Will Twitter axe NYT, WaPo in purge of 'fake' accounts? [Excellent question!] | 07 July 2018 | President Trump on Saturday floated the idea of Twitter dumping major national news publications including The New York Times and The Washington Post as the social media platform removes "fake" accounts [and shadow-bans any accounts critical of the Deep State]. "Twitter is getting rid of fake accounts at a record pace. Will that include the Failing New York Times and propaganda machine for Amazon, the Washington Post, who constantly quote anonymous sources that, in my opinion, don't exist," Trump tweeted. "They will both be out of business in 7 years!"

Al Shabaab fighters attack Somalia police HQ after twin bombings

Al Shabaab fighters attack Somalia police HQ after twin bombings | 07 July 2018 | At least five people were killed and 21 wounded on Saturday when militants from Somalia's al Shabaab group set off two bombs in central Mogadishu and stormed a government building. A Reuters witness saw a heavy exchange of gunfire outside the building, which houses the security and interior ministries and is also used by police. Smoke drifted from burning vehicles following a suicide car bombing close to the presidential palace and a second blast near the security building.

Nigel Farage leads critics condemning huge 'Trump baby' blimp that will soar over London while the President visits UK

'The biggest insult to a sitting US president ever': Nigel Farage leads critics condemning huge 'Trump baby' blimp that will soar over London while the President visits UK | 06 July 2018 | Nigel Farage has claimed anti-Trump protestors' plans to fly a blimp portraying Donald Trump as a big baby is the 'biggest insult to a sitting US president ever'. Mr Farage aimed his criticism at London Mayor Sadiq Khan, who granted permission for the 20ft inflatable to fly above Parliament Square Gardens on July 13. The former UKIP leader weighed in on the debate on Thursday, saying allowing the blimp to fly during Trump's visit was 'a step too far' and 'ridiculous'.

'Super Polluting' Trucks Receive Loophole on Pruitt's Last Day at EPA

'Super Polluting' Trucks Receive Loophole on Pruitt's Last Day at EPA | 06 July 2018 | In the final hours of Scott Pruitt's tenure as administrator, the Environmental Protection Agency moved on Friday to effectively grant a loophole that will allow a major increase in the manufacturing of a diesel freight truck that produces as much as 55 times the air pollution as trucks that have modern emissions controls. The move by the E.P.A. came after intense lobbying by a small set of manufacturers that sell glider trucks, which use old engines built before new technologies significantly reduced emissions of particulates and nitrogen oxide that are blamed for asthma, lung cancer and other ailments... Agency officials confirmed to The New York Times that, through the end of 2019, the E.P.A. will not enforce an annual cap of 300 gliders per manufacturer that had been imposed in January.

Memos detail FBI's 'Hurry the F up pressure' to probe Trump campaign

Memos detail FBI's 'Hurry the F up pressure' to probe Trump campaign | 06 July 2018 | Investigators already have unearthed troubling internal [FBI] communications long withheld from public view. We already know from FBI counterintelligence agent Peter Strzok's now-infamous text messages with his fellow agent and reported lover, Lisa Page, that Strzok -- the man driving that Russia collusion investigation -- disdained Donald Trump and expressed willingness to use his law enforcement powers to "stop" the Republican from becoming president. Memos the FBI is producing to the Department of Justice (DOJ) inspector general and multiple Senate and House committees offer what sources involved in the production, review or investigation describe to me as "damning" or "troubling" evidence. They show Strzok and his counterintelligence team rushing in the fall of 2016 to find "derogatory" information from informants or a "pretext" to accelerate the probe and get a surveillance warrant on figures tied to the future president.

Fuel removal from Fukushima reactor may be delayed

Fuel removal from Fukushima reactor may be delayed | 28 June 2018 | The operator of the damaged Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant says work to remove spent nuclear fuel from a cooling pool at one of its reactors may be delayed. A total of 566 fuel units remain in the cooling pool at the No.3 reactor, which suffered a meltdown in 2011. Tokyo Electric Power Company, or TEPCO, planned to start removing the fuel as early as this autumn, as part of the decommissioning of the nuclear complex. But on Thursday, TEPCO revealed the control board of a crane used in the removal malfunctioned during a test run last month.

Richard Spencer stopped by authorities while traveling in Europe - report

Richard Spencer stopped by authorities while traveling in Europe - report | 05 July 2018 | White nationalist leader Richard Spencer was reportedly stopped by authorities in Europe this week while attempting to travel to address young white nationalists. Spencer seemingly confirmed the incident Thursday on Twitter, sharing a Swedish-language tweet from another "alt-right" supporter saying that Spencer had been banned in Europe because of his views...ThinkProgress, citing Swedish media, reported earlier Thursday that Spencer attempted to travel to Sweden to make a surprise appearance at a conference for young white nationalists when he was stopped by Polish authorities during a layover in the country, who told him to return to the U.S. The Associated Press reported last year that Spencer had been banned from entering 26 European countries.

Under fire for ethics scandals, EPA chief Pruitt resigns

Under fire for ethics scandals, EPA chief Pruitt resigns | 05 July 2018 | U.S. Environmental Protection Agency chief [swamp rat] Scott Pruitt, who pleased President Donald Trump by rolling back environmental regulations but came under heavy fire in a series of ethics controversies, has resigned, Trump said on Thursday. Pruitt was under scrutiny for months over first-class travel at taxpayer expense, security spending, connections with lobbyists and industry groups, accusations of using his office for favors, a $43,000 soundproof phone booth for his office and his rental of a high-end condo from an energy lobbyist's wife. Numerous Democratic lawmakers and even some fellow Republicans had called for his resignation.

Former MSNBC host Ed Schultz dies

Former MSNBC host Ed Schultz dies | 05 July 2018 | Liberal commentator Ed Schultz died at his lake home in Minnesota, according to a report on Thursday. WDAY in Fargo, N.D., reported that the longtime broadcaster died of natural causes. He was 64. Schultz started his career in Fargo before eventually working as a commentator and host at MSNBC. Fans praised his focus on middle-class issues on his TV show "The Ed Show," which was broadcast weekday afternoons. Schultz's MSNBC show was canceled in 2015 [after he spoke against the TPP - the Deep State scum-bags at MSNBC didn't like that very much], and in January 2016 he joined RT America, the English-language Russian news channel.

CIA Teams With Defense Industry to Undermine Korea Negotiations

CIA Teams With Defense Industry to Undermine Korea Negotiations | 30 June 2018 | Factions within the CIA attempted for the second time in just over a month to undermine President Donald Trump's peace overtures towards North Korea by leaking information calculated to decrease confidence in Kim Jong Un's willingness to earnestly negotiate. On June 29, 2018, NBC News released a report quoting anonymous CIA officials who claimed that North Korea was increasing nuclear production at "secret sites" without providing any actual evidence for such claims. The report's credibility is further weakened by the fact that it also cited reports from a think tank which has strong connections to the defense industry and other private special interests. In disseminating their report, the CIA used NBC reporter [sic] Ken Dilanian as an outlet for leaks. As Disobedient Media previously reported, Dilanian was outed by the Intercept in 2014 as a CIA asset.

Russia, US top diplomats to meet after Putin-Trump summit

Russia, US top diplomats to meet after Putin-Trump summit | 04 July 2018 | Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov said on Wednesday that Moscow and Washington had agreed that he would meet US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo after President Vladimir Putin holds a summit with US President Donald Trump on July 16. Lavrov said his meeting with Pompeo would have to take place after the summit in Helsinki and not before because of his US counterpart's tight schedule.

Kim Dotcom eligible to be extradited to US, court rules

Kim Dotcom eligible to be extradited to US, court rules | 05 July 2018 | Internet mogul Kim Dotcom has lost his bid to avoid extradition to the United States. The Court of Appeal released its finding today, upholding the decision of the High Court and District Court. Mr Dotcom and his three co-accused - Bram Van der Kolk, Matthias Ortmann and Finn Batato - are eligible for surrender on [phony] charges of money-laundering and copyright breaches related to the defunct file-sharing website Megaupload. The decision on extradition now rests with the Minister of Justice Andrew Little, according to the Extradition Act.

Trump administration set to scrap Obama-era guidelines for diversity in university admissions

Trump administration set to scrap Obama-era guidelines for diversity in university admissions | 03 July 2018 | President Donald Trump's administration is set to scrap guidelines designed to promote diversity in university admissions, US media reported. The policies were introduced by Mr Trump's predecessor, Barack Obama, and outlined legal recommendations for institutions looking to consider race in applications as a way to boost diversity on campuses. Mr Trump's government is now encouraging university officials to adopt "race-blind" admissions standards instead, echoing the policies in place during the Bush administration.

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