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LAPD officers being treated for typhoid fever, typhus-like symptoms

LAPD officers being treated for typhoid fever, typhus-like symptoms | 30 May 2019 | At least one officer with the Los Angeles Police Department has contracted the bacteria that causes typhoid fever, Salmonella typhi, and another one is showing typhus-like symptoms, the police department announced on Thursday. The officer who had contracted the illness is being treated, and the other officer has yet to be confirmed to be infected, according to the LAPD. Both officers work at the LAPD’s Central Division, according to a statement released by the department.

Trump launching 2020 campaign on June 18 with Florida rally

Trump launching 2020 campaign on June 18 with Florida rally | 31 May 2019 | President Trump said Friday that he will formally announce his reelection campaign during a rally in Orlando, Fla., later this month. The president tweeted that he will be joined by first lady Melania Trump, Vice President Pence and second lady Karen Pence at the June 18 event at the Amway Center. Trump filed for reelection shortly after taking office in 2017, and he has held campaign rallies in Florida and Pennsylvania in recent weeks.

At least 12 deaths and several injuries at Virginia Beach municipal complex, police say; shooter also dead - reports

At least 12 deaths and several injuries at Virginia Beach municipal complex, police say; shooter also dead - reports | 31 May 2019 | A disgruntled city employee shot and killed 12 people and injured several more Friday when he opened fire inside a Virginia Beach municipal building before he was killed by police, Police Chief Jim A. Cervera said on Friday. DeWayne Craddock, 40, was a longtime public utility worker who made multiple firearm purchases in recent weeks, officials told the Wall Street Journal. Police did not describe a possible motive for the attack. The suspected shooter died in a gunfight with police officers.

DOJ exploring antitrust investigation of Google

DOJ exploring antitrust investigation of Google [Yes!] | 31 May 2019 | The Justice Department has taken the initial steps toward an antitrust investigation of Google, a clear signal that two years of a bipartisan anti-Silicon Valley backlash in Washington may be yielding concrete action. DOJ officials have begun laying the groundwork for an antitrust probe of Google's [biased] search practices [and rigged algorithms], having wrested jurisdiction over the issue away from the Federal Trade Commission, two people close to the situation confirmed to POLITICO late Friday. The Wall Street Journal first reported the development.

1,036 migrants, with 63 unaccompanied children, become largest single group ever taken into custody at southern border

1,036 migrants, with 63 unaccompanied children, become largest single group ever taken into custody at southern border | 30 May 2019 | A caravan-sized group of more than 1,000 people was taken into federal custody in western Texas Wednesday after illegally crossing from Mexico into the United States, a senior Border Patrol official told the Washington Examiner. Agents encountered 1,036 people, primarily from Central America, near El Paso, Texas, early Wednesday morning. The arrest marks the largest group of unauthorized immigrants that Border Patrol has ever taken into custody at once.

Northern Iraq oil city targeted by 6 blasts; at least 4 killed, 23 wounded, officials say

Northern Iraq oil city targeted by 6 blasts; at least 4 killed, 23 wounded, officials say | 30 May 2019 | At least four people were killed and 23 people were wounded in a series of explosions in a northern Iraqi city, security officials said. The six blasts went off in Kirkuk [an oil city] in quick succession after the meal that breaks daylong fasting during the Muslim holy month of Ramadan, when streets are typically crowded with shoppers and people out having dinner.

Children in Two States Get Vaccine Strain Measles from MMR Vaccine

Children in Two States Get Vaccine Strain Measles from MMR Vaccine | 29 May 2019 | Media sources in Michigan reported in April 2019 that two children in the state who were believed to have measles turned out not to have disease, after all. Genotype lab testing of the measles virus identified in the children's blood was conducted and it was found to match the attenuated (weakened) vaccine strain measles virus in the MMR (measles, mumps, rubella). The children did not get infected with wild-type measles. Based on that conclusion, health officials described the measles-like symptoms...as a vaccine reaction. Both children had recently been given the MMR vaccine and were mistakenly clinically diagnosed with wild-type measles when, in fact, they were experiencing signs of vaccine strain measles from recently receiving the live attenuated measles vaccine (MMR or MMR-V).

Trump announces escalating tariffs against Mexico, starting at 5 percent, until illegal immigrants 'STOP'

Trump announces escalating tariffs against Mexico, starting at 5 percent, until illegal immigrants 'STOP' | 30 May 2019 | President Trump on Thursday abruptly announced a new 5 percent tariff on Mexico beginning in early June, saying the levy will "gradually increase" until the ongoing illegal immigration surge at the southern border is "remedied" and illegal migrants "STOP." "On June 10th, the United States will impose a 5% Tariff on all goods coming into our Country from Mexico, until such time as illegal migrants coming through Mexico, and into our Country, STOP," Trump wrote. "The Tariff will gradually increase until the Illegal Immigration problem is remedied, ...at which time the Tariffs will be removed..." Fox News is told the tariff on all goods by land, sea, and air from Mexico will hike to 10 percent on July 1 -- and potentially increase substantially from there.

Ocasio-Cortez to Cruz: 'Let's make a deal'

Ocasio-Cortez to Cruz: 'Let's make a deal' | 30 May 2019 | Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-N.Y.) has a message for Sen. Ted Cruz: "Let's make a deal." The freshman congresswoman was responding to a tweet Thursday from the Texas Republican in which he said he agreed with her that it should be illegal for former members of Congress to become corporate lobbyists. "If you're serious about a clean bill, then I'm down. Let's make a deal," Ocasio-Cortez, one of the most prominent members of her party's progressive wing, tweeted in response to the conservative senator.

Biden to 10-year-old girl: 'I'll bet you're as bright as you are good looking'

Biden to 10-year-old girl: 'I'll bet you're as bright as you are good looking' --Another creepy moment for Joe Biden | 28 May 2019 | Former vice president and 2020 presidential candidate Joe Biden struck again Tuesday afternoon, grabbing a ten-year-old girl by the shoulders and putting his face inches from hers, just moments after telling the child she was "good looking." "I'll bet you’re as smart as you are good looking," Biden told the 10-year-old girl at an American Federation of Teachers town hall in Houston.

'All options are on the table': House Judiciary chair Jerry Nadler will not rule out impeaching Trump but stays silent on forcing Mueller to testify as Pelosi tried to hold back demands for action

'All options are on the table': House Judiciary chair Jerry Nadler will NOT rule out impeaching Trump but stays silent on forcing Mueller to testify as Pelosi tried to hold back demands for action | 29 May 2019 | House Judiciary Committee Chairman Jerry Nadler said Wednesday that the impeachment option remains 'on the table' when it comes to Democrats' investigation of President Donald Trump. 'With respect to impeachment question at this point, all options are on the table and nothing should be ruled out,' he said at a press conference in New York after special counsel Robert Mueller spoke publicly on his Russia investigation. But Nadler would not say if his committee would subpoena Mueller, who expressed a reluctance to testify before Congress about his two-year probe of President Trump. 'Mr. Mueller told us a lot of what we need to hear today,' Nadler said when asked about a subpoena.

Julian Assange is moved to hospital wing of Belmarsh prison after losing weight during his sentence for dodging justice with WikiLeaks saying they have 'grave concerns' for his health

Julian Assange is moved to hospital wing of Belmarsh prison after losing weight during his sentence for dodging justice with WikiLeaks saying they have 'grave concerns' for his health | 29 May 2019 | Julian Assange has reportedly been moved to the hospital wing of HMP Belmarsh following a 'dramatic' loss of weight and fading health. It comes just a day before the WikiLeaks founder is due to appear in court for a hearing on his extradition to the United States to face hacking and espionage charges. In a statement tonight, the organisation said: 'WikiLeaks has grave concerns about the state of health of our publisher, Julian Assange, who has been moved to the health ward of Belmarsh prison. Mr Assange's health had already significantly deteriorated after seven years inside the Ecuadorian Embassy, under conditions that were incompatible with basic human rights.'

Mueller says charging Trump never an option in Russia investigation, resigns office

Mueller says charging Trump never an option in Russia investigation, resigns office | 29 May 2019 | Robert Mueller said Tuesday that his office never intended to charge President Donald Trump with a crime regardless of its findings in the Russia investigation, citing Justice Department policy that a sitting president cannot be indicted. He also resigned as special counsel investigating Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election, saying his work is complete. "I'm speaking out today because our investigation is complete," Mueller said. "We are formally closing the special counsel's office."

'The dam has burst': Liberals warn Democrats risk backlash by not impeaching Trump

'The dam has burst': Liberals warn Democrats risk backlash by not impeaching Trump | 29 May 2019 | Leading Democrats remain fearful that impeaching President Donald Trump will bolster his re-election campaign. But if Robert Mueller's brief, unexpected statement did anything Wednesday, it clarified that a Democratic Party that does not embrace impeachment still faces a potentially sizable political risk -- especially from core supporters demanding more loudly than ever before that the House try to remove Trump from office. "There is a real danger if Democrats fail to have message clarity and moral clarity when it comes to this," said Ezra Levin, co-founder of the influential liberal activist group Indivisible. "There will be a real question of how they'll ever motivate people to vote for them."

Swedish court rejects delay of Assange hearing over ill-health - lawyer

Swedish court rejects delay of Assange hearing over ill-health - lawyer | 28 May 2019 | A Swedish court has rejected a request to postpone a planned hearing to rule on the detention in absentia of WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange as part of an ongoing investigation into alleged rape, a defense lawyer for Assange said on Tuesday. The Swedish prosecutor heading an investigation into the rape allegation against Assange, which he denies, this month filed a request with a local court for him to be detained with a hearing scheduled for June 3. Swedish defense lawyer Per Samuelson told Reuters he had visited Assange in British custody on Friday after which he had sought to have the hearing postponed.

Louisiana passes fetal heartbeat abortion ban, Democratic governor expected to sign

Louisiana passes fetal heartbeat abortion ban, Democratic governor expected to sign | 29 May 2019 | Louisiana lawmakers passed an abortion ban on a 79 - 23 vote Wednesday that would prohibit women from terminating a pregnancy once a fetal heartbeat has been detected. Democratic Gov. John Bel Edwards has indicated that he would break with his party and sign the ban if it crosses his desk. The Senate already approved the bill with amendments that include language to require an ultrasound and clarified that abortion did not include medically necessary terminations. The House rejected an amendment Wednesday that would have provided an exception to the bill for women and girls who had been impregnated through rape or incest.

Special Counsel Robert Mueller issues statement on investigation and closes office

Special Counsel Robert Mueller issues statement on investigation and closes office | 29 May 2019 | Special Counsel Robert Mueller issued a statement Wednesday at the Department of Justice reviewing the findings of his investigation and closing down his office. Mueller began by reviewing the order creating his office and the grand jury indictments that allowed him to investigate Russian interference in the 2016 election. Mueller also highlighted his investigation into possible obstruction of justice by President Donald Trump, which arose out of actions the president undertook while the investigation was ongoing.

Tucker Carlson Destroys Fake News Narrative on Syria

Tucker Carlson Destroys Fake News Narrative on Syria | 26 May 2019 | Tucker Carlson recently exposed the latest regime change propaganda regarding Syria. On "Tucker Carlson Tonight," Carlson covered the explosive OPCW [Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons] report which debunked several talking points concerning the alleged chemical gas attack in Douma, Syria, in April 2018. This chemical attack led to the U.S. government and its allies launching airstrikes on Damascus...In a segment with Democratic presidential contender Tulsi Gabbard, the presidential hopeful told Carlson that the leaked document raises major doubts about the official narrative surrounding both Douma and Idlib. Gabbard is currently reaching out to the UN and OPCW for answers. Tucker agreed with Gabbard's assessment of current and past Syria chemical attack claims. "I'm beginning to suspect that we're being played here," Tucker said. [Exactly. NATO-backed al-CIAduh/White Helmets are the terrorists who use chemical weapons in Syria - not Assad's soldiers. --LRP]

Man sets himself on fire near White House

Man sets himself on fire near White House | 29 May 2019 | A man lit himself on fire near the White House Wednesday afternoon, according to the Secret Service -- a dramatic scene that was caught on video. Video posted on Twitter shows the man engulfed in flames near the Ellipse, a park located south of the White House. Police cruisers are seen rushing to the park as the blaze is extinguished.

Large tornado slams Kansas, destroying homes west of Kansas City; at least 11 reported injured

Large tornado slams Kansas, destroying homes west of Kansas City; at least 11 reported injured | 28 May 2019 | The National Weather Service (NWS) declared a tornado emergency for the area as the storm was approaching Interstate 70 near the Kansas Speedway, which hosts NASCAR races. Douglas County Sheriff's Department spokeswoman Jenn Hethcoat told the Lawrence Journal-World that 11 people were taken to the hospital with injuries -- including one with serious injuries -- suffered from the storm. Several homes throughout the county sustained damage, the department said. Officials in Kansas City said they received a report of a tornado just after 6 p.m. that was on a path toward Lawrence, a city of about 100,000 residents and home to the University of Kansas main campus.

Ohio, Indiana tornadoes leave at least 1 dead, several hurt amid destruction that looks 'like a war zone'

Ohio, Indiana tornadoes leave at least 1 dead, several hurt amid destruction that looks 'like a war zone' | 28 May 2019 | Hours after battening down amid the onslaught of a powerful and deadly storm system -- including at least one tornado considered "large and dangerous" -- Ohio residents were faced Tuesday morning with widespread damage and 70,000 power outages, affecting tens of thousands of people and crippling Dayton's ability to pump water. Pictures posted to social media showed a massive funnel cloud near Trotwood, Ohio, eight miles northwest of Dayton. In its path, the twister left several apartment buildings damaged or destroyed.

France arrests four over Lyon blast

France arrests four over Lyon blast | 27 May 2019 | French police have arrested a 24-year-old Algerian computer student suspected of planting a bomb in Lyon last week that wounded 13 people, authorities said on Monday. Three other people were also arrested in connection with the case, which is being treated as a terrorism investigation. A man was spotted by security cameras leaving the explosive device, with screws and metal balls packed into a paper bag, in a pedestrian shopping street in the central French city on Friday a minute before it exploded.

Federal judge temporarily blocks Mississippi fetal heartbeat law

Federal judge temporarily blocks Mississippi fetal heartbeat law | 28 May 2019 | A judge for the US District Court for the Southern District of Mississippi on Friday granted preliminary injunction preventing a "fetal heartbeat" abortion law from taking effect, citing to a previous decision by the court that a fetus is not viable at 15 weeks. The new law proposed by the Mississippi legislature introduces an abortion ban as early as six weeks. Judge Carlton Reeves stated in the order that "If a fetus is not viable at 15 weeks, it is not viable at 6 weeks."

Supreme Court upholds Indiana law on fetal remains, declines to address ban on abortions based on sex, race or disability

Supreme Court upholds Indiana law on fetal remains, declines to address ban on abortions based on sex, race or disability | 28 May 2019 | The US Supreme Court ruled Tuesday on an Indiana abortion law requiring the burial or cremation of fetal remains, deciding, without hearing arguments, to uphold the law. The decision overturned the US Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit's decision that Indiana's claim that they were interested in "the 'humane and dignified disposal of human remains'" was not a legitimate state interest...The court declined to hear the second provision of the Indiana law, which bans abortions based on the race, sex or disability of the fetus, referencing is own Rule 10, which says in effect that unless a legal issue has been raised by more than one court of appeals it cannot grant a petition.

Supreme Court allows Pennsylvania transgender bathroom policy to go into effect

Supreme Court allows Pennsylvania transgender bathroom policy to go into effect | 28 May 2019 | The Supreme Court on Tuesday declined to take up a challenge to a transgender bathroom policy for a Pennsylvania school district, allowing it to go into effect. The court's unsigned order means that students in the Boyertown district will be allowed to use the bathroom or locker room aligned with their gender identity. The Boyertown policy allows for transgender students to use those facilities on a case-by-case basis.

Another Prominent Conservative Journalist Banned From Twitter

Another Prominent Conservative Journalist Banned From Twitter --Nick Monroe is the latest casualty of Silicon Valley tech censorship. | 28 May 2019 | Tuesday, another prominent conservative journalist was banned from Twitter. Nick Monroe, known for his long Tweet threads and shoe-leather research which often exposed conniving leftist media and political figures, allegedly violated Twitter's rules "against evading permanent suspension." He had nearly 50,000 followers. Over the weekend, Monroe busted several prominent leftist media figures for sharing a fake quote attributed to President Donald J. Trump, fabricated by TIME columnist Ian Bremmer. He made a thread exposing those who shared the quote without verifying its truthfulness, embarrassing propagandists like CNN's Ana Navarro, Wall Street Journal's Farnaz Fassihi, and NPR's Pam Fessler.

Another GOP lawmaker blocks massive disaster aid package

Another GOP lawmaker blocks massive disaster aid package | 28 May 2019 | Another House Republican on Tuesday thwarted attempts to pass a bipartisan disaster aid package, further delaying $19 billion in emergency relief and frustrating lawmakers whose states were hit by devastating hurricanes, wildfires and flooding. Rep. Thomas Massie (R-Ky.), who objected to the bill's passage during a voice vote, demanded that the vote be held after the House returns from recess next week -- making it unlikely that President Donald Trump can sign the package before early June. Conservatives have objected to the Democrats' attempts to clear the funding bill during recess, with no chance for debate and no roll call vote to put members on the record. Republicans have also complained that the bill ignores the White House's emergency funding request for the southern border -- which leaders of both parties agreed to leave out...

Theresa May announces she will resign on 7 June

Theresa May announces she will resign on 7 June --Prime minister to leave Downing Street, drawing three-year tenure to a close | 24 May 2019 | Theresa May has bowed to intense pressure from her own party and named 7 June as the day she will step aside as Conservative leader, drawing her turbulent three-year premiership to a close. Speaking in Downing Street, May said it had been "the honour of my life" to serve as Britain’s second female prime minister...But she admitted: "It is and will always remain a matter of deep regret to me that I have not been able to deliver Brexit." May's announcement came after a meeting with Graham Brady, the chair of the backbench Tory 1922 Committee, which was prepared to trigger a second vote of no confidence in her leadership if she refused to resign.

US Navy pilots say they saw UFOs that 'flew at hypersonic speeds at altitudes of 30,000ft over Virginia and Florida almost every day'

'These things would be out there all day': US Navy pilots say they saw UFOs that 'flew at hypersonic speeds at altitudes of 30,000ft over Virginia and Florida almost every day' --Several U.S. Navy aviators come forward to claim UFO sightings during training | 28 May 2019 | A number of pilots in the United States Navy reported seeing unidentified flying objects (UFOs) over American airspace between 2014 and 2015. One of them, Lt. Ryan Graves, said he saw UFOs on an almost daily basis in the airspace off the Eastern seaboard between Florida and Virginia. These UFOs would reach altitudes of up to 30,000ft and flew at hypersonic speeds without leaving any visible engine exhaust, Graves told The New York Times. Graves said he reported what he witnessed to the Pentagon and Congress.

Censorship Is the Last Tool of Tyrants

Censorship Is the Last Tool of Tyrants | 28 May 2019 | --In 2015, Pfizer's Prevnar 13 vaccine (which protects against common strains of pneumonia) made more money than either Lipitor or Viagra, two of Pfizer’s top-selling drugs, thanks to the U.S. government recommendation to start using it in seniors over 65 --There's a rapidly progressing effort to vilify and even criminalize those who express concerns about vaccine safety, and to shut down free speech in the U.S. (but only speech relating to vaccine harms, not the alleged benefits of vaccines) --Increasingly tyrannical measures are also being employed, including forcing people to get vaccinated against measles or face significant fines or jail time --Washington state will no longer accept a philosophical exemption from the measles-mumps-rubella (MMR) vaccine for children seeking to attend daycare or school --Instagram is now blocking vaccine-related hashtags such as #vaccinescauseautism, and any hashtag found to be "spreading misinformation" will be added to an ever-growing list of banned hashtags. --Censorship Aimed at Blocking First-Hand Testimony of Vaccine Harms --In recent months, the push to censor negative press about vaccines has been outright shocking. The "justification" given is that "misinformation" about vaccines is preventing people from making sound medical decisions. But make no mistake about it; what's really happening here is that Big Pharma and government are blocking parents of vaccine-injured children from sharing their stories and letting the truth be known that there are risks involved. It's really a showdown between a largely pharma-run government and parents of vaccine injured children -- not government against creators of fake news.

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