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New details emerge on anti-Trump dossier as House GOP seeks Fusion GPS boss testimony

New details emerge on anti-Trump dossier as House GOP seeks Fusion GPS boss testimony | 13 Oct 2018 | House Republicans still want Glenn Simpson, the co-founder of the firm behind the anti-Trump dossier, to comply with their subpoena to appear on Capitol Hill despite his plans to invoke Fifth Amendment protections, a GOP House Judiciary Committee aide told Fox News on Friday. The tension with the Fusion GPS co-founder comes as new details emerge about just how widely distributed the unverified and politically funded dossier was back in 2016. A Fox News review of congressional testimony, British court records, emails and other documents indicate that at least five sources worked through other government agencies or fed the dossier to the FBI directly. Simpson made clear this week that he does not intend to answer congressional questions.

BBC issues 'ally' badges to heterosexual staff in bid to tackle its 'heteronormative culture'

BBC issues 'ally' badges to heterosexual staff in bid to tackle its 'heteronormative culture' --Staff at national broadcaster to wear pin badges to show they are 'LGBT allies' --BBC workers told to use the non-binary pronoun 'they' instead of 'he' or 'she' --Colleagues to even change their email signatures to become more inclusive | 12 Oct 2018 | The BBC is encouraging staff to become 'straight allies' of colleagues who are gay, lesbian or have other gender identities. The move is an attempt to tackle what it calls a 'heteronormative culture', in which being straight is considered the norm. To shift the balance, staff who are heterosexual but 'actively promote' LGBT issues will wear pin badges or use email signatures to signify that they are 'allies' of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender colleagues. So-called 'non-binary pronouns' - for example, referring to someone as 'they' instead of 'he' or 'she' - will also be used by staff.

Facebook Purges Over 800 Accounts With Millions of Followers; Prominent Conservatives Vanish

Facebook Purges Over 800 Accounts With Millions of Followers; Prominent Conservatives Vanish | 12 Oct 2018 | Just in time for midterms, Facebook [FaCIAbook] has removed 559 pages and 251 accounts they claim have been spreading misinformation and spam. Several of the pages however - some with millions of followers, were pro-Trump conservatives who had spent years cultivating their followings. Facebook has unpublished our page. After five years of building fans Facebook has officially unpublished our page (3.1 million fans), so we can't post on it.

Fusion GPS co-founder will invoke 'constitutional rights not to testify' - lawyers

Fusion GPS co-founder will invoke 'constitutional rights not to testify' - lawyers | 11 Oct 2018 | Lawyers for Glenn Simpson, co-founder of Fusion GPS, told the head of the House Judiciary Committee on Thursday that his client will "invoke his constitutional rights not to testify," defying a GOP-issued subpoena seeking to compel him to give a closed-door deposition. The lawyers told Judiciary Committee Chairman Bob Goodlatte (R-Va.) in an electronic letter that Simpson will not participate in the committee's inquiry because it "is not designed to discover the truth." Simpson, a former journalist who later co-founded Fusion GPS, hired former British spy Christopher Steele to help compile the dossier, which makes a series of salacious allegations about President Trump's possible ties to Russia.

Student charged for allegedly making false anti-LGBT threats against herself

Student charged for allegedly making false anti-LGBT threats against herself | 10 Oct 2018 | A member of student government at Ohio University has been charged with a misdemeanor after she allegedly made false statements to police about receiving threatening messages. Anna Ayers, who is a member of the OU student senate, was arrested Monday and charged by the Ohio University Police Department with three separate counts of "making false alarms." It is alleged that Ayers falsely reported multiple threatening messages, including a "death threat," which she claims was because of her being a member of the LGBTQ community. But an OU police department investigation revealed that Ayers's claims were false. The probe further uncovered that Ayers had "placed the messages herself, prior to reporting them," according to an OU police statement.

Eric Holder on Republicans: 'When they go low, we kick them'

Eric Holder on Republicans: 'When they go low, we kick them' | 10 Oct 2018 | In the debate over whether Democrats should go low against President Donald Trump and Republican lawmakers or rise above partisan attacks, count former Attorney General Eric Holder as an advocate of getting into the gutter. Holder, while campaigning in Georgia on Sunday, told an audience that he disagreed with former first lady Michelle Obama's much touted mantra, "When they go low, we go high." "It is time for us as Democrats to be as tough as they are, to be as dedicated as they are, to be as committed as they are," Holder said. "Michelle always says...'When they go low, we go high.' No. No. When they go low, we kick them."

Michelle Obama: George W. Bush is my 'partner in crime'

Michelle Obama: George W. Bush is my 'partner in crime' | 11 Oct 2018 | Michelle Obama in an interview early Thursday described former President [sic] George W. Bush as her "partner in crime" during every official function, explaining the former president handing her a cough drop at Sen. John McCain's (R-Ariz.) funeral. "I didn't realize at the time that anybody noticed what we were doing," the former first lady told NBC's "Today" show. "President Bush and I are forever seat mates because of protocol; that's how we sit at all the official functions," Obama said. "So he is my partner in crime at every major thing where all the formers gather." "I love him to death," she said of the former president. "He's a wonderful man. He's a funny man."

Trump Says He's Considering Former Goldman Sachs Partner and Bush Admin Staffer [Deep State Troll] Dina Powell for UN Ambassador

Trump Says He's Considering Former Goldman Sachs Partner and Bush Admin Staffer [Deep State Troll] Dina Powell for UN Ambassador | 09 Oct 2018 | President Donald Trump said Tuesday he is considering Goldman Sachs Group Inc.'s Dina Powell to replace his departing ambassador to the United Nations, Nikki Haley. "Dina is certainly a person I would consider and she is under consideration," Trump told reporters at the White House on the way to board the presidential helicopter as he embarked on a trip to Iowa. But he added "there are others..." Powell, 45, a former Trump deputy national security adviser, left the White House in January and joined Goldman Sachs's management committee. She had previously been a Goldman Sachs partner and the firm's global head of impact investing. Before that, she was an assistant secretary of state and a senior White House staffer during the administration of George W. Bush. [In other words, another Deep State scum-bag. No to Powell!]

Dow logs 830-point loss and suffers worst day in 8 months; Nasdaq sees ugliest day in more than 2 years

Dow logs 830-point loss and suffers worst day in 8 months; Nasdaq sees ugliest day in more than 2 years | 10 Oct 2018 | The Dow Jones Industrial Average on Wednesday marked its worst day since February, with a decline of more than 800 points that highlights the market's fragile state as bond rates rise. The Dow finished the session down nearly 828 points, or 3.1%, at 25,600. representing its worst single-session loss since Feb. 8, when the market tumbled into correction territory, defined as a 10% drop from a recent peak. But it was the Nasdaq Composite Index known for its technology and internet-related constituents, that took it squarely on the chin. The index tumbled 316 points, or 4.1%, marking its ugliest session since June 24 of 2016, according to FactSet data.

Michael's central pressure of 919 mb makes it likely that the hurricane will hit land as one of the ten strongest storms in U.S. history

Michael's central pressure of 919 mb makes it likely that the hurricane will hit land as one of the ten strongest storms in U.S. history --Michael has surpassed the landfall intensity of Category 5 Hurricane Andrew of 1992 in Florida (922 mb). | 10 Oct 2018 | Hurricane-force wind gusts, torrential rains, and a massive storm surge are belting Florida's Panhandle as extremely dangerous Hurricane Michael closes in on an afternoon landfall. At 1 pm EDT, the hurricane hunters found that Michael was still intensifying, with sustained winds of 150 mph and a central pressure of 919 mb...Michael's central pressure of 919 mb at 1 pm EDT Wednesday makes it likely that the hurricane will hit land as one of the ten strongest storms in U.S. history. According to NOAA's Hurricane Research Division, only two landfalling mainland U.S. hurricanes have hit at a lower pressure--the 1935 Labor Day Hurricane in the Florida Keys (892 mb) and Hurricane Camille in Mississippi (900 mb), both Category 5 storms. Michael has surpassed the landfall intensity of Category 5 Hurricane Andrew of 1992 in Florida (922 mb), Category 3 Hurricane Katrina of 2005 in Mississippi (920 mb) and Category 4 Hurricane Maria of 2017 in Puerto Rico (920 mb).

Georgia's state of emergency expanded to 108 counties

Georgia's state of emergency expanded to 108 counties | 10 Oct 2018 | Gov. Nathan Deal has expanded Georgia's state of emergency to 108 counties after changes to the path of Hurricane Michael. "The track of the storm has apparently gravitated a little further north and northeast than we originally anticipated," Deal said at a Georgia Emergency Management and Homeland Security Agency on Wednesday afternoon. The original number of counties in the state of emergency was 92. The new expansion increased that number by 16. In addition, 15 counties have declared their own states of emergency.

Hurricane Michael making landfall just shy of Category 5 status

Breaking: Hurricane Michael making landfall just shy of Category 5 status --Powerful Hurricane Michael makes landfall with 155 mph winds | 10 Oct 2018 | Hurricane Michael has officially made landfall with 155 mph winds in the Florida panhandle just shy of Category 5 status. The National Hurricane Center said the storm officially made landfall near Mexico Beach, although it will pass over more water before venturing onto the mainland. Michael was about 5 miles southwest of Mexico Beach and 20 miles south of Panama City, according to the 2 p.m. advisory from the National Hurricane Center...A weather station at the Gulf County Emergency Operations Center in Port St. Joe recently reported a wind gust of 106 mph.

Why Hurricane Michael is a monster unlike any other

Why Hurricane Michael is a monster unlike any other --The Panhandle could see its strongest hurricane ever | 10 Oct 2018 | Even those jaded by hurricanes have never seen anything like this. For the first time, a Category 4 hurricane is on track to slam the Florida Panhandle. And it's bringing an onslaught of deadly hazards. Here's what makes Hurricane Michael especially dangerous: Michael rapidly intensified to a Category 4 hurricane overnight. By Wednesday morning, it was hurling 145-mph winds. Even scarier, Michael could get stronger before making landfall Wednesday afternoon...

Trump declares state of emergency in Florida ahead of Hurricane Michael

Trump declares state of emergency in Florida ahead of Hurricane Michael | 10 Oct 2018 | President Trump on Tuesday declared a state of emergency in Florida as it prepares for Hurricane Michael to make landfall later this week. The emergency declaration, which is retroactive to Sunday, will provide additional federal assistance and resources to Florida in its preparation and recovery efforts. The measure also includes additional debris removal and emergency protective assistance to several counties that are expected to be hardest hit by the storm, including Gulf, Hamilton, Jackson, Jefferson, Madison and Suwannee. The Department of Homeland Security and the Federal Emergency Management Agency will coordinate response efforts, according to Trump's order.

New York limo company operator taken into custody

New York limo company operator taken into custody | 10 Oct 2018 | The operator of a New York state limousine company has been taken into custody by police four days after 20 people died in a crash involving one of the company's limos. New York State Police said they took Nauman Hussain into custody on Wednesday after a controlled traffic stop on an interstate in New York, with charges pending. Hussain is the son of Shahed Hussain, the owner of Prestige Limousine. Nauman Hussain's attorney, Lee Kindlon, told Spectrum News that he expects his client will be charged with criminally negligent homicide.

Hurricane Michael: Category 4 storm nears Florida Panhandle

Hurricane Michael: Category 4 storm nears Florida Panhandle | 10 Oct 2018 | Gaining fury with every passing hour, Hurricane Michael closed in Wednesday on the Florida Panhandle with potentially catastrophic winds of 150 mph, the most powerful storm on record ever to menace the stretch of fishing towns, military bases and spring-break beaches. With more than 375,000 people up and down the Gulf Coast warned to evacuate, the hurricane's leading edge began lashing the white-sand shoreline with strong winds, rain and rising seas before daybreak, hours before Michael's center was expected to blow ashore. The supercharged brute quickly sprang from a weekend tropical depression, becoming a furious Category 4 early Wednesday as it drew energy from the Gulf of Mexico's unseasonably warm, 84-degree waters. Less than a day earlier, Michael was a Category 2.

Hurricane Michael: winds strengthen to 150mph with Florida landfall imminent

Hurricane Michael: winds strengthen to 150mph with Florida landfall imminent --77,874 households without power, according to Gulf Power
--First-ever 'extreme wind warning' issued in Tallahassee
| 10 Oct 2018 | Update 13:15 EDT: There are now 77,874 households without power, according to an outage map from Gulf Power. The biggest outages are in the area around Panama City, with more than 73,000 customers with electricity out. There are also outages in the areas around Pensacola and Destin, with power expected to go out for thousands more as the storm hits. Update 13:00 EDT: Fema administrator Brock Long and homeland security secretary Kirstjen Nielsen briefed Donald Trump on the hurricane at the White House. "This started out very innocently a week ago. This was a small storm," Trump said. "It grew into a monster."

Former FBI lawyer: Plot to record, remove Trump not a joke

Former FBI lawyer: Plot to record, remove Trump not a joke | 08 Oct 2018 | Don't tell former FBI general counsel James Baker that those now-infamous discussions about secretly recording President Trump and using the tapes to remove him from office were a joke. He apparently doesn't believe it. And he held quite the vantage point -- he was on the inside of the bureau's leadership in May 2017, when the discussions occurred. Baker told Congress last week that his boss -- then-acting FBI Director Andrew McCabe -- was dead serious about the idea of surreptitiously recording the 45th president and using the evidence to make the case that Trump should be removed from office, according to my sources.

Nikki Haley Resigns as UN Ambassador

Nikki Haley Resigns as UN Ambassador | 09 Oct 2018 | Nikki Haley, U.S. ambassador to the United Nations, has resigned, CBS News has confirmed, according to a senior administration source. President Trump has accepted her resignation, but he tweeted that a "big announcement" was coming at 10:30 a.m.

Trump accepts Nikki Haley's resignation as UN ambassador

Good riddance: Trump accepts Nikki Haley's resignation as UN ambassador | 09 Oct 2018 | President Trump accepted [Deep State neocon] Nikki Haley's resignation as U.S. ambassador to the U.N., Fox News confirmed Tuesday -- marking a sudden and unexpected end to the tenure of one of the administration's most prominent figures. Trump is expected to speak at the Oval Office at 10:30 a.m to address the resignation. It was not clear why Haley resigned, or why Trump accepted. Axios, which first reported the news, reported that Haley discussed her resignation last week when she visited Trump at the White House.

Pompeo calls on Saudi Arabia to back investigation into missing journalist

Pompeo calls on Saudi Arabia to back investigation into missing journalist | 08 Oct 2018 | Secretary of State Mike Pompeo on Monday called on Saudi Arabia to back a "thorough investigation" into the disappearance of prominent journalist Jamal Khashoggi. "We call on the government of Saudi Arabia to support a thorough investigation of Mr. Khashoggi's disappearance and to be transparent about the results of that investigation," Pompeo said in a statement. Khashoggi, a Saudi journalist and opinion writer for the Washington Post, was known for his critical views on Riyadh. He had recently left his country, citing concerns over Saudi Arabia's crackdown on free speech.

Michael, now a Category 1 hurricane, expected to strengthen

Michael, now a Category 1 hurricane, expected to strengthen | 09 Oct 2018 | Michael, now a Category 1 hurricane slashing Cuba, is forecast to be a "dangerous major hurricane" when it smacks the US Gulf Coast on Wednesday, the National Hurricane Center said. The forecast indicates Michael may be a Category 3 hurricane -- with winds from 111 to 129 mph -- when it strikes. Floridians scurried to prepare after Gov. Rick Scott expanded a state of emergency declaration to include 35 counties and activated 1,250 National Guardsmen for hurricane duty.

Shock as international weapons inspectors to be allowed to visit North Korea nuclear site

Shock as international weapons inspectors to be allowed to visit North Korea nuclear site | 08 Oct 2018 | US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo has said international weapons inspectors will be allowed to visit North Korean nuclear sites, following a landmark meeting with Kim Jong-un. Mr Pompeo, who met North Korean leader Kim Jong-un during a short trip to Pyongyang on Sunday, said inspectors will be permitted to visit a single missile engine test facility. The inspectors will also go to the Punggye-ri nuclear testing site "as soon as" the two sides agree on logistics. Mr Pompeo revealed both sides were "pretty close" to agreeing to details on a second summit.

Mandatory evacuation begins Tuesday ahead of Hurricane Michael

Mandatory evacuation begins Tuesday ahead of Hurricane Michael | 08 Oct 2018 | (Panama City, FL) An evacuation of Bay County was issued Monday in preparation for Hurricane Michael. The evacuation applies to areas A, B and C on the county evacuation map, which can be found here. One hundred and twenty thousand residents throughout Panama City Beach, Panama City, and Lynn Haven are in the evacuation area...A local state of emergency was also declared Monday.

'Monstrous' Hurricane Michael heads for Gulf Coast

'Monstrous' Hurricane Michael heads for Gulf Coast --Michael could strike Florida as Category 3 hurricane | 08 Oct 2018 | With Hurricane Michael rapidly intensifying and threatening to smash Florida's Panhandle with dangerous storm surge, flooding and winds, Gov. Rick Scott didn't mince words on Monday night: "Making decisions tomorrow might be too late." Described by Scott as both "monstrous" and "massive," Michael could make landfall as a Category 3 hurricane with sustained winds of at least 111 mph, according to current projections. It's forecast to become a major hurricane sometime Tuesday and should make landfall Wednesday afternoon or evening, likely between Pensacola in the far western Panhandle and Apalachicola, directly south of Tallahassee on the coast.

Trump apologizes 'on behalf of nation' to Kavanaugh during Supreme Court swearing-in ceremony

Trump apologizes 'on behalf of nation' to Kavanaugh during Supreme Court swearing-in ceremony | 08 Oct 2018 | President Donald Trump apologized "on behalf of our nation" to newly-confirmed Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh and his family "for the terrible pain and suffering you have been forced to endure." "And with that, I must state that you sir, under historic scrutiny, were proven innocent," Trump said just before the oath was administered. The controversy over the sexual assault allegations against incoming Supreme Court Justice constituted a "disgraceful situation, brought about by people that are evil," Trump stated earlier on Monday as he celebrated his party's success in confirming the judge during a speech to law enforcement officials in Florida.

Hurricane Michael takes aim at Florida Panhandle, prompting evacuations

Hurricane Michael takes aim at Florida Panhandle, prompting evacuations | 08 Oct 2018 | (Panama City, FL) As Hurricane Michael aims for the Florida Panhandle, people are boarding up and moving out. Traffic slowed to a crawl on a coastal highway in Panama City Beach as many people tried to heed Florida Gov. Rick Scott's warning to get out before it's too late. "Hurricane Michael is forecasted to be the most destructive storm to hit the Florida Panhandle in decades," Scott said...In Seaside, Florida, coastal businesses are boarding up. Throughout the Panhandle, bag after bag is being filled with sand, as wary homeowners like Mark Schneider brace for the worst.

Vehicle failed inspection in crash that killed 20 in New York, governor says

Vehicle failed inspection in crash that killed 20 in New York, governor says --Car shouldn't have been on road; driver wasn't properly licensed | 08 Oct 2018 | The supersized limousine that crashed and killed 20 people outside a country store failed a safety inspection last month and shouldn't have been on the road, and the driver wasn't properly licensed, New York's governor said Monday. The state moved to shut down the owner, Prestige Limousine, as state and federal authorities investigated the cause of Saturday's wreck in Schoharie. The crash about 170 miles north of New York City came three years after another deadly stretch-limo wreck in New York state spurred calls for Gov. Andrew Cuomo to examine such vehicles' safety. It was not clear whether the state took any steps to do so.

Owner of limousine company involved in horror crash is a former FBI informant who was paid $96,000 to go undercover to 'expose terror plots' after fleeing to the US from Pakistan where he'd been accused of murder

Owner of limousine company involved in horror crash is a former FBI informant who was paid $96,000 to go undercover to 'expose terror plots' after fleeing to the US from Pakistan where he'd been accused of murder --Shahed Hussain is the owner of Prestige Limousines, also known as Hasy Limos --Hussain, who also goes by 'Malik', worked as an informant for the FBI after being caught running a DMV scam | 08 Oct 2018 | The owner of the limousine company behind Saturday's horror crash which killed 20 people is a former FBI informant [and Grade 'A' sociopath] who went undercover to record alleged terrorists in mosques after fleeing to the US from Pakistan in the 1990s where he'd been accused of murder, DailyMail.com can reveal. Shahed Hussain, 62, is named as the owner of Prestige Limousines, aka Hasy Limos and Saratoga Luxury Limousine, in Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration documents...2010 court documents from the terrorism trials of four men who plotted to blow up the synagogues in the Bronx and shoot down planes coming out of Newburgh airbase reveal Hussain's past ties to the FBI. In 2002, he convinced the bureau to take him on after being caught running a dangerous DMV scan which helped prospective drivers cheat on their tests.

UN report predicts catastrophic consequences if greenhouse gas emissions not reduced by 2030

UN report predicts catastrophic consequences if greenhouse gas emissions not reduced by 2030 | 07 Oct 2018 | A new report from a United Nations panel warns that the world might be on a path toward catastrophic climate change if greenhouse gas emissions aren't cut dramatically by 2030. The report, released late Sunday by the UN's Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, says the world needs to decrease emissions by 45 percent by 2030, or else the atmosphere could hit 1.5 degrees of warming by then. At that level of warming -- as measured as the Earth's average temperature compared with pre-industrial levels -- up to 90 percent of tropical coral reefs could die, Arctic warming could cause multiple feet of sea level rise and yields of key crops would drop.

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