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Trump leaves G7 early for 'mission of peace' with Kim

Trump leaves G7 early for 'mission of peace' with Kim --Donald Trump heads to Singapore after telling world leaders he wants a free-trade deal among the G7. | 09 June 2018 | Donald Trump declared that he was on a "mission of peace" before leaving the G7 summit early to meet Kim Jong Un in Singapore. He told reporters he would "know within a minute" whether Mr Kim was serious about giving up his nuclear weapons, adding that he would not prolong talks if he sensed otherwise. The US leader boarded a plane from Quebec on Saturday ahead of the highly anticipated meeting with the North Korean leader on Tuesday, leaving G7 leaders early and missing environmental talks.

Navy says Chinese cyber hackers 'stole large amount of data' including undersea warfare plans and designs for a 'supersonic anti-ship missile'

Navy says Chinese cyber hackers 'stole large amount of data' including undersea warfare plans and designs for a 'supersonic anti-ship missile' -- The Navy says that the cyber attacks took place in January and February --The hackers targeted a contractor who works for the Naval Undersea Warfare Center, a military entity based in Newport, Rhode Island --The breach is part of Beijing's long-time effort to steal technological secrets from the United States [But the Deep State could care less, because it's not Russia.] | 08 June 2018 | Chinese government hackers compromised the computers of a U.S. Navy contractor and stole a large amount of highly sensitive data on undersea warfare, the Washington Post reported on Friday, citing unnamed U.S. officials. The hackers, according to the Post, also stole plans for a supersonic anti-ship missile for use on U.S. submarines with the breaches taking place in January and February. The officials spoke to the publication on condition of anonymity because the investigation into the breach is ongoing and is being led by the Navy and assisted by the Federal Bureau of Investigation.

DNC panel adopts rule requiring candidates to run, serve as a Democrat

DNC panel adopts rule requiring candidates to run, serve as a Democrat | 08 June 2018 | The Democratic National Committee (DNC) adopted a new rule on Friday aimed at keeping outsider candidates like Bernie Sanders from trying to clinch the Democratic presidential nomination in 2020 [which he would have done, had the Deep State/DNC not stole it]. The new rule, adopted by the DNC's Rules and Bylaws Committee, requires all Democratic presidential candidates to be a member of the Democratic Party, Yahoo News reported. A presidential candidate running for the Democratic nomination must be a member of the party, accept the Democratic nomination and “run and serve” as a member.

Memes 'will be banned' under new EU copyright law, warn campaigners

Memes 'will be banned' under new EU copyright law, warn campaigners | 08 June 2018 | A new copyright law from the European Union would lead to the banning of memes on the internet, campaigners are warning. The EU Copyright Directive intends to protect the intellectual property rights of people who upload their material to the internet. However, campaigners are warning the law will require "all content uploaded to the internet to be monitored and potentially deleted if a likeness to existing copyright is protected". The law would "destroy the internet as we know it" warn the campaigners, who add it would "allow big companies to control what we see and do online".

'Russia should be in G7, whether you like it or not' - Trump says on way to summit

'Russia should be in G7, whether you like it or not' - Trump says on way to summit | 08 June 2018 | Donald Trump says Russia should be at the negotiating table in the G7 meeting whether the world powers "like it or not." The US president made the statement as he was preparing to fly to Canada for the summit. "It used to be [the] G8 because Russia was in it, now Russia isn't in it… But Russia should be in this meeting. Why are we having a meeting while Russia isn't at the meeting," the US leader told reporters, adding that he will recommend Russia's inclusion in the summit. "Whether you like it or not, it may not be politically correct, but we have a world to run. And it’s the G7, which used to be the G8, threw Russia out, they should let Russia come back in because we should have Russia at the negotiating table," he stated. [*Exactly.*]

Mueller files new charges against Manafort, associate

Mueller files new charges against Manafort, associate | 08 June 2018 | Special Counsel Robert Mueller filed new charges against former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort and an associate on Friday, accusing them of obstructing justice in the investigation into [alleged] Russian meddling and potential collusion with Trump campaign associates in 2016. The latest indictment against Manafort adds an associate, Konstantin Kilimnik, 48, of Moscow. Both were charged with conspiracy to obstruct justice and obstruction of justice, according to federal court filings. The third superseding indictment against Manafort comes days after Mueller accused the former campaign chairman of witness tampering.

Ex-Senate Aide Charged in Leak Case Where Times Reporter's Records Were Seized

Ex-Senate Aide Charged in Leak Case Where Times Reporter's Records Were Seized | 07 June 2018 | A former Senate Intelligence Committee aide was arrested on Thursday in an investigation of classified information leaks where prosecutors also secretly seized years' worth of a New York Times reporter's phone and email records. The former aide, James A. Wolfe, 57, was charged with lying repeatedly to investigators about his contacts with three reporters. According to the authorities, Mr. Wolfe made false statements to the F.B.I. about providing two of them with sensitive information related to the committee's work. He denied to investigators that he ever gave classified material to journalists, the indictment said. Mr. Wolfe, the Intelligence Committee's director of security, was slated to appear before a federal judge on Friday in Washington.

Former Senate Intel aide indicted in DOJ leak case

Former Senate Intel aide indicted in DOJ leak case | 07 June 2018 | A former senior Senate Intelligence Committee aide was charged Thursday for allegedly lying to FBI agents late last year about his contacts with three reporters, according to court documents. James Wolfe, 58, who served as the director of security for the Senate panel for 29 years, was indicted as part of a federal probe into the leaking of classified information, the Justice Department announced. Wolfe stopped doing work for the committee in December 2017 and stepped down from his post in May, according to The New York Times.

D-Day for James Comey set for June 14 with release of Justice Department inspector general report

D-Day for James Comey set for June 14 with release of Justice Department inspector general report --The president said he hopes the report is not being 'made weaker' | 07 June 2018 | Former FBI Director James Comey's date with Washington's political buzzsaw will be June 14. That's when an internal Justice Department review of the agency's Clinton email probe is set for public release. President Donald Trump can't wait: June 14 will be his 72nd birthday. The Justice Department informed the Senate Judiciary Committee of its schedule on Thursday, and said Inspector General Michael Horowitz will testify in a public hearing on June 18. House Judiciary Committee members will get their chance to quiz Horowitz a day later. The result could be a flurry of written demands for public testimony -- from Comey and former attorney general Loretta Lynch -- and then even more explosive testimony in public from both former top-shelf Obama administration luminaries. Horowitz's report is widely expected to criticize Comey and other senior leaders for their handling of the investigation into Hillary Clinton's mishandling of classified information while she was secretary of state.

Mueller asks witnesses to hand over their personal phones - report

Mueller asks witnesses to hand over their personal phones - report | 06 June 2018 | Special counsel Robert Mueller's team has asked witnesses in its probe to turn over their personal phones for examination of encrypted messaging apps, CNBC reported Thursday. Sources told the news outlet that Mueller's team has been interested in conversations that took place among Trump associates on WhatsApp, Confide, Signal and Dust, which allow users to communicate using encryption. At least some witnesses have reportedly already complied with the request.

What killed the computer hacker who turned in Chelsea Manning still a mystery

What killed the computer hacker who turned in Chelsea Manning still a mystery | 06 June 2018 | Exactly what killed the computer hacker who gave up Army whistleblower Chelsea Manning to the FBI remains a mystery. Forensic pathologists who performed Adrian Lamo's autopsy were unable to determine how the 37-year-old died in March in Wichita. His autopsy report, released Wednesday afternoon, lists Lamo's cause and manner of death as "undetermined." "Despite a complete autopsy and supplemental testing, no definitive cause of death was identified," Scott Kipper, deputy coroner and medical examiner at the Sedgwick County Regional Forensic Science Center, wrote in the report...Examiners who performed Lamo's autopsy found a sticker on his left thigh under this clothes that reads: "Adrian Lamo Project Vigilant Assistant Director Threat Analysis/Investigation 70 Bates Street Northwest, Washington DC 20001." Project Vigilant is a Florida-based semi-secret government contractor that claims it encouraged Lamo to disclose the source of the WikiLeaks leak.

Fox's Hannity advises witnesses in Mueller probe to follow Hillary Clinton's lead and smash their phones, 'use BleachBit'

Fox's Hannity advises witnesses in Mueller probe to follow Hillary Clinton's lead and smash their phones, 'use BleachBit' | 06 June 2018 | Fox News host Sean Hannity appeared on Wednesday to [sarcastically] advise witnesses in special counsel Robert Mueller's investigation to destroy their personal phones before handing them over to prosecutors. "If I advised them to follow Hillary Clinton’s lead, delete all your emails and then acid-wash your emails and hard drives on the phones, then take your phones and bash them with a hammer to little itsy bitsy pieces, use BleachBit, remove the sim cards and then take the pieces and hand them over to Robert Mueller," Hannity said on air. The conservative television host's comments came after CNBC reported that Mueller's team had asked witnesses in its probe to turn over their personal phones for examination of encrypted messaging apps.

Big Tech firms march to the beat of Pentagon, CIA despite dissension

Big Tech firms march to the beat of Pentagon, CIA despite dissension | 05 June 2018 | Google and Amazon [Deep State terrorists] have become crucial cogs in the U.S. national security establishment...The Pentagon currently is testing a customized Google AI surveillance engine [Project Maven] that sifts through massive amounts of footage from tactical drones to produce what it calls "actionable intelligence and insights at speed." The tests are under way at six locations in Africa and the Middle East... For its part, Amazon Web Services, a subsidiary of the Seattle-based e-commerce giant, runs a secret "cloud" for the CIA that allows the agency to share top secret information with other parts of the intelligence community. It won the $600 million contract in 2013. An even bigger project is in the offing: Amazon Web Services is a front-runner to build a massive secure cloud for the Defense Department that some analysts say could rise toward $10 billion over coming years.

Be prepared for transgender numbers to skyrocket in future generations, NHS health boss says

Be prepared for transgender numbers to skyrocket in future generations, NHS health boss says --Based on current estimates, 1.97million people across the UK would be using gender identity services. | 06 June 2018 | The UK must "be prepared" for more Britons to question their gender in the coming years. James Palmer, the medical director for specialized services at NHS England, said at a conference on Monday that the expansion and improvement of NHS gender health services could cause demand to "accelerate". "We've got to be prepared to start thinking about designing a healthcare service that will allow somewhere around one to three per cent of the population at some point in their lives having a discussion about their gender. Referrals to adult services have increased by 240 per cent over the last five year period," he said.

Gavin Newsom, John Cox secure California primary wins, move closer to becoming governor

Gavin Newsom, John Cox secure California primary wins, move closer to becoming governor | 06 June 2018 | Lt. Governor Gavin Newsom was the clear frontrunner to replace Governor Jerry Brown. Republican John Cox secured the second spot in Tuesday's primary. Both will move on to the November election and fight to become California Governor. Newsom and Cox traded the lead with about 30 percent each in early returns, with Republican Travis Allen and Democrat Antonio Villaraigosa about 15 points behind them. Because of California's "jungle primary," the top two vote-getters - regardless of party - advance to a runoff in November.

Lava destroys hundreds more homes in Hawaii, including the mayor's; most destructive day since May 3

Lava destroys hundreds more homes in Hawaii, including the mayor's; most destructive day since May 3 | 05 June 2018 | Hundreds more homes were destroyed overnight in Hawaii as searing lava oozed into a rural area filled with vacation houses, including one belonging to Hawaii County Mayor Harry Kim. The full extent of destruction was still coming into focus Tuesday, but Janet Snyder, a spokeswoman for Hawaii County, told the Associated Press it was "safe to say that hundreds of homes were lost" in the Kapoho Beach Lots and Vacationland neighborhoods of the Big Island. She said Kim's second home in the area was one of those lost. The losses would more than double the 117 confirmed homes that have been destroyed since Hawaii's Kilauea volcano began erupting May 3, making it the most destructive day since the eruption began.

Secret Service lead away a private contractor from the White House after he was arrested on a warrant for ATTEMPTED MURDER

Secret Service lead away a private contractor from the White House after he was arrested on a warrant for ATTEMPTED MURDER --Secret Service officials say his name matched with an outstanding warrant for attempted murder in Prince George County, Maryland --President Trump had been at the White House at the time for an alternative America celebration | 05 June 2018 | This is the dramatic moment a private contractor was arrested at the White House security gates over an outstanding warrant for attempted murder. Martese Edwards, 29, had arrived for work at the White House on Tuesday when he was taken into custody at the checkpoint in the 1600 block of Pennsylvania Avenue. Secret Service officials told The Washington Post that Edwards's name matched with an outstanding warrant for attempted murder in Prince George County, Maryland. A Prince George Sheriff's Office spokesman said the warrant was issued on May 17.

Italy's new prime minister backs easing Russia sanctions

Italy's new prime minister backs easing Russia sanctions | 06 June 2018 | In his first address to the parliament on Tuesday, Italy's newly sworn-in Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte emphasised his government's commitment to dialogue with Russia, with an intention to review the EU sanctions policies. "We will promote openness towards Russia that has in the last years reaffirmed its international role in various geopolitical critical situations," Conte told the parliament in a plea for confidence for the newly formed Euroskeptic government. The 53-year-old PM voiced his support for the new Interior Minister Matteo Salvini's pro-Russia stance, and he promised that Italy will take steps to lift the sanctions against Russia. "We will promote the revision of the sanctions system, starting with those that threaten Russian society," the Italian prime minister said.

Alabama congresswoman who disavowed Trump in 2016 forced into runoff

Alabama congresswoman who disavowed Trump in 2016 forced into runoff | 05 June 2018 | The Alabama congresswoman who un-endorsed Donald Trump in 2016 when the "Access Hollywood" tape went public will face a runoff election, CNN projects. Republican Rep. Martha Roby will face a July runoff to save her seat after failing to top 50% in Tuesday's primary. Roby will face Bobby Bright -- a former Democratic congressman who is now running as a Republican. Roby fell short of 50% in part because she is paying a price in deep-red Alabama for saying in 2016 that she would not vote for Trump.

McCabe seeks immunity for testimony in congressional hearing over FBI handling of Clinton email probe

McCabe seeks immunity for testimony in congressional hearing over FBI handling of Clinton email probe | 05 June 2018 | Former FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe has requested the Senate Judiciary Committee provide him with immunity from prosecution in exchange for testifying at an upcoming congressional hearing focused on how senior officials at the FBI and Justice Department handled the investigation of Hillary Clinton's private email server, according to a letter obtained by CNN. "Under the terms of such a grant of use immunity, no testimony or other information provided by Mr. McCabe could be used against him in a criminal case," wrote Michael Bromwich, a lawyer for McCabe, to Senate Judiciary Chairman Chuck Grassley, who has requested McCabe testify next week.
 

Democrat Feinstein wins California US Senate primary

Democrat Feinstein wins California US Senate primary | 05 June 2018 | U.S. Sen. Dianne Feinstein cruised to first place in California's primary on Tuesday in her bid for a fifth full term in Washington. Feinstein's opponent hasn't yet been determined, but fellow Democrat Kevin de Leon, a state senator, is hoping to secure the second spot. Little-known Republican James Bradley is also in the running for second place. California sends the two highest vote getters to the November general election regardless of party.

'Slow-moving flood of lava' claims hundreds of homes, fills Kapoho Bay

'Slow-moving flood of lava' claims hundreds of homes, fills Kapoho Bay | 05 June 2018 | A massive river of lava covered hundreds more homes overnight as it poured into the sea, filling all of Kapoho Bay and decimating entire neighborhoods. An early morning U.S. Geological Survey overflight confirmed that lava had completely filled Kapoho Bay, extending .7 miles from the coastline. To the south, lava has inundated most of the Vacationlands and is entered the water at a nearby series of tide pools. To the north, lava has covered all but a small portion of Kapoho Beach Lots.

Venezuela charges Pompeo with leading coup d'etat

Venezuela charges Pompeo with leading coup d'etat | 04 June 2018 | The Venezuelan Foreign Minister accused Secretary of State Mike Pompeo Monday of leading a coup d'etat against the Caracas government. Jorge Arreaza, the Venezuelan official, promised to fight the "imperialists" to the North. He delivered the strong rebuke following Pompeo's calls for the Organization of American States to suspend Venezuela from the hemispheric organization. Pompeo also called on allies to sanction and further isolate the government of Venezuelan leader leader Nicolás Maduro.

U.S. appeals against ruling that Trump could not block Twitter followers

U.S. appeals against ruling that Trump could not block Twitter followers | 04 June 2018 | The U.S. Justice Department said on Monday it would appeal against a federal judge’s ruling that President Donald Trump may not legally block Twitter users from his account on the social media platform based on their political views, according to a court filing. Jameel Jaffer, a lawyer for the seven plaintiffs who sued, said the @realDonaldTrump account had unblocked the seven plaintiffs on Monday.

Mueller says Manafort tried to tamper with witnesses, hide evidence

Mueller says Manafort tried to tamper with witnesses, hide evidence | 04 June 2018 | Special Counsel Robert Mueller claimed in a court filing Monday that former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort tried to tamper with two potential witnesses in his upcoming trial while under house arrest. Prosecutors working for Mueller made the claim in a request that the judge overseeing the case revoke or revise an order for Manafort to be placed on pretrial release. They also said an associate of Manafort's tried to contact a potential witness more than once. According to documents filed in federal court in D.C., Manafort reached out to the would-be witnesses in February after a superseding indictment was unsealed.

Supreme Court sides with baker in same-sex wedding cake case

Supreme Court sides with baker in same-sex wedding cake case | 04 June 2018 | The Supreme Court sided with the Colorado baker who refused to make a custom cake for a same-sex wedding in a narrow ruling on Monday. In a 7-2 decision written by Justice Anthony Kennedy, the court said the Colorado Civil Rights Commission violated the free exercise clause of the Constitution when it ruled Jack Phillips had broken the state's public accommodations law in refusing to make a couple a custom cake even though he morally and religiously opposes same-sex marriage. In its majority ruling, the court said the laws and the Constitution can, and in some instances must, protect gay persons and couples in the exercise of their civil rights, but religious and philosophical objections to same-sex marriage are protected views and in some instances protected forms of expression.

Deep State-owned 'left' reveals its true colors: Koch brothers join #Resistance, launch campaign against Trump tariffs

Deep State-owned 'left' reveals its true colors: Koch brothers join #Resistance, launch campaign against Trump tariffs | 04 June 2018 | The billionaire Koch brothers are launching a campaign against President Donald Trump's tariffs and trade policies, denouncing them as bad for business. Industrialists Charles and David Koch will spread their message through Koch network group's Freedom Partners, Americans for Prosperity, and the LIBRE Initiative, they announced on Monday. The campaign will use ads, activists, lobbying and policy analysts, "all intended to transform the way Washington and the rest of the country consider and value trade with other nations." The Kochs' anti-tariff push has aligned them with the Democrats, who have spent years demonizing the brothers as the source of all evil.

Sailor pardoned by Trump is suing Obama and Comey for going easy on Hillary Clinton but sending him to prison after he photographed classified area of nuclear sub

Sailor pardoned by Trump is suing Obama and Comey for going easy on Hillary Clinton but sending him to prison after he photographed classified area of nuclear sub --President Trump pardoned him this year but his life had largely been ruined as he was forced to work as a garbageman to feed his family --'There's a two-tier justice system and we want it to be corrected,' his lawyer says | 04 June 2018 | A former U.S. Navy seaman who spent a year in federal prison for photographing a classified area of a nuclear submarine plans to sue former President Barack Obama and fired FBI director James Comey for selectively prosecuting him. Donald Trump issued a presidential pardon this year to Kristian Saucier, whose lawyer Ronald Daigle told Fox News on Monday that the pending lawsuit will also name the Justice Department as a defendant. Daigle says former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton was given a free pass by avoiding prosecution for mishandling classified information on her infamous private email server. Saucier, 31, believes Comey and Obama should be held responsible for treating him unequally.

62 dead as 'Volcano of Fire' erupts in Guatemala

62 dead as 'Volcano of Fire' erupts in Guatemala | 04 June 2018 | At least 62 people have died after Guatemala's "Volcano of Fire" erupted, spewing lava into a village and sending smoke and ash billowing into the sky. "There are injured, burned and dead people," said Sergio Cabanas, head of Guatemala's disaster agency Conred. He said four people had died when lava set a house on fire and two children were killed while standing on a bridge watching the eruption. The agency says two million people have been affected. Nearly 300 are believed to have been injured.

Arizona suspect linked to 4 recent shooting deaths found dead in hotel room, police say

Arizona suspect linked to 4 recent shooting deaths found dead in hotel room, police say | 04 June 2018 | The suspect linked to the recent shooting deaths of four professionals, including a prominent forensic psychiatrist involved in the JonBenet Ramsey murder investigation, in a three-day period was found dead in an Arizona hotel Monday, police said. Scottsdale and Phoenix police traced the suspect linked to the four murders to the Extended Stay Hotel on North 69th Street. Authorities heard several shots fired inside a hotel room as officers closed in. Police did not fire any shots. The suspect, who was not yet identified, was found dead from an apparent 'self-inflicted gunshot wound.' [Tying up loose ends? I wonder what the four victims were investigating, and who brought in the shooter?]

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