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Austin bombing suspect involved in shooting

Austin bombing suspect involved in shooting | 21 March 2018 | An officer-involved shooting on Interstate 35 in Round Rock, Texas is related to the Austin bombing suspect, a source tells NBC's Austin affiliate KXAN reporter Sally Hernandez. The source says the bomber blew up a device during the incident. Round Rock police say while northbound I-35 is open, Southbound I-35 will be closed for the next four to six hours due to the investigation.

Austin Bombing Suspect Dead - Report

Breaking: Suspect in Austin bombings is dead - reports --Large police presence on I-35 in Austin (wires) | 21 March 2018 | A suspect in the Austin bombings is dead, according to reports early Wednesday from KVUE and CBS Austin. Austin's police department had been responding to an officer-involved shooting, according to a report from KVUE, an ABC station in that Texas city.

Minneapolis cop acted 'recklessly' in fatal shooting of Australian woman, prosecutor says

Minneapolis cop acted 'recklessly' in fatal shooting of Australian woman, prosecutor says | 21 March 2018 | A Minneapolis police officer acted "recklessly" last summer when he fired a shot that killed an Australian woman who had called 911 to report a suspected rape, a prosecutor said Tuesday. Officer Mohamed Noor, who was charged with murder and manslaughter in the death of 40-year-old Justine Ruszczyk Damond, "clearly...violated the rules and deserves to be charged," Hennepin County Attorney Mike Freeman said during a news conference. Noor turned himself in after a warrant was issued for his arrest in connection with the case, his attorney confirmed.

Winter storm is set to dump up to 18 inches of snow on Philadelphia and New York City on the first full day of spring as the region braces for the fourth Nor'easter this month

Winter storm is set to dump up to 18 inches of snow on Philadelphia and New York City on the first full day of spring as the region braces for the FOURTH Nor'easter this month | 21 March 2018 | Parts of the Northeast are bracing for a wintry wallop on the first full day of spring with a powerful storm set to dump more than a foot of snow on Philadelphia and New York City. The National Weather Service says a powerful storm packing heavy, wet snow and strong winds could dump up to 18 inches of snow in some locations on Wednesday. It will be the fourth nor'easter to smack the region in the last three weeks. The bulk of the dangerous, wind-driven snow and sleet is expected to wallop New Jersey, Maryland, Delaware and parts of eastern Pennsylvania before heading off to Nantucket early Thursday.

Sudan, world's last male northern white rhino, is euthanized

Sudan, world's last male northern white rhino, is euthanized | 20 March 2018 | The world's last male northern white rhino has died, the Kenyan conservancy taking care of it said, leaving only two females of its subspecies alive in the world, although scientists still hope to save it from extinction through in vitro fertilization. Ol Pejeta Conservancy said it had made the decision with wildlife officials to put down the 45-year-old rhino named Sudan on Monday because of a rapid deterioration in his condition. Sudan was being treated for age-related complications that had affected his muscles and bones and also gave him extensive skin wounds.

Package believed to be bound for Austin explodes at mail facility

Package believed to be bound for Austin explodes at mail facility | 20 March 2018 | An Austin-bound package exploded in a FedEx distribution center near San Antonio early Tuesday -- and federal officials suspect the blast is tied to the string of bombings putting the Texas capital on edge. "We suspect it is related to our investigation," FBI San Antonio spokeswoman Michelle Lee told CNN. Tuesday morning's bomb was being sorted at the facility in Shertz, a San Antonio suburb 80 miles from Austin. It was moving from an upper conveyor belt to a lower one when it detonated shortly after midnight, sending shrapnel, including nails and pieces of metal, flying...The medium-size parcel was bound for Austin, Schertz Police Chief Michael Hanson confirmed. Texas attorney general Ken Paxton told KXAN it was also mailed from Austin.

Maryland school officer stops armed student who shot 2 others

Maryland school officer stops armed student who shot 2 others | 20 March 2018 | A 17-year-old male student shot two other students at Great Mills High School in Maryland on Tuesday morning before a school resource officer engaged him and stopped the threat, authorities said. The incident began in a school hallway at 7:55 a.m., just before classes started. Authorities say Austin Wyatt Rollins, armed with a handgun, shot a female and a male student. The shooter had a prior relationship with the female student, St. Mary's County Sheriff Tim Cameron said. School resource officer Blaine Gaskill responded to the scene in less than a minute, the sheriff said. Gaskill fired a round at the shooter, and the shooter fired a round simultaneously, Cameron said.

Americans seek $1 bil. in damages over Fukushima nuclear disaster

Americans seek $1 bil. in damages over Fukushima nuclear disaster | 20 March 2018 | Some 200 U.S. residents filed a suit against Tokyo Electric Power Company Holdings Inc. and a U.S. firm seeking at least $1 billion to cover medical expenses related to radiation exposure suffered during the 2011 Fukushima nuclear disaster, the utility said Monday. The lawsuit was filed last Wednesday with U.S. federal courts in the Southern District of California and the District of Columbia by participants in the U.S. forces' Operation Tomodachi relief effort carried out in the wake of the March 11, 2011, [events] that crippled TEPCO's Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant. Many of the plaintiffs are suing TEPCO and the U.S. company, whose name was withheld by TEPCO, for the second time after a similar suit was rejected by the federal court in California in January.

Austin bomber could be carrying out 'trial run' for bigger attack as new blast raises fears in Texas area

Austin bomber could be carrying out 'trial run' for bigger attack as new blast raises fears in Texas area | 21 March 2018 | A series of bombings that have shaken the lively and popular Texan city of Austin could be a "trial run" for a bigger attack, a former FBI adviser believes, as police in the state urgently hunt for clues amid fears of further blasts...A FedEx employee was left with a ringing in the ears when a package exploded at a distribution centre in San Antonio, 80 miles south of Austin, in the early hours of Tuesday. Brian Manley, chief of police for Austin, said the package that exploded in the San Antonio suburb of Schertz was bound for Austin. William McManus, chief of police for San Antonio, said a second suspicious package was located at the Schertz facility later on Tuesday morning. It has been removed from the facility for further investigation.

Trump says he will meet Putin to discuss 'arms race that is getting out of control'

Trump says he will meet Putin to discuss 'arms race that is getting out of control' | 20 March 2018 | US President Donald Trump said he will meet his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin in the not too distant future to discuss an arms race that Trump called "out of control." He also congratulated Putin on his election victory. Trump answered a question about Putin as he was holding a meeting with Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman at the White House. "We will be meeting in the not too distant future to discuss the arms race which is getting out of control," Trump said, expanding on the content of the phone call with Putin on Tuesday.

Israel officially admits striking Syrian nuclear reactor in 2007

Israel officially admits striking Syrian nuclear reactor in 2007 | 21 March 2018 | Israel's Defense Forces have shared details of an airstrike that destroyed a nuclear reactor under construction in Syria's Deir ez-Zor back in 2007, for the first time officially acknowledging carrying out the secret operation. "For two years, officials in the Military Intelligence Directorate had been monitoring the Syrian nuclear project. Their intelligence suggested that the facility would become active toward the end of 2007, which prompted the IDF to initiate an attack on the facility," the IDF's website related on Wednesday, claiming also that the secret (until now) operation "eliminated a nuclear threat not only to Israel, but to the entire region."

Package bound for Austin detonates at FedEx facility, second explosive package intercepted, police say

Package bound for Austin detonates at FedEx facility, second explosive package intercepted, police say | 20 March 2018 | The latest in a wave of bombings rattling Central Texas brought a widening investigation to this city outside San Antonio on Tuesday, after an explosion at a FedEx facility signaled that whoever was responsible for the attacks had offered police potentially critical new clues while again shifting tactics. The blast early Tuesday -- the fifth since March 2 -- came as investigators have struggled to explain the bombing campaign that began with a series of packages placed at people's doorsteps in eastern Austin, escalated to a tripwire-enabled device left along a residential street and, on Tuesday, shifted to an explosive device shipped through a delivery company. The same person who shipped that explosive also sent another package that was intercepted before delivery and was turned over to the FBI, according to FedEx. Federal officials confirmed that package also contained an explosive device.

Police: South Austin explosion was 'incendiary device,' not related to previous explosions

Police: South Austin explosion was 'incendiary device,' not related to previous explosions | 20 March 2018 | Update 10:00 p.m. (CDT) Police say the package explosion at a South Austin Goodwill was not a bomb, rather it was an incendiary device. Investigators say two small "artillery simulators" were found in a Goodwill donation box. They were described as, "old, military type ordinances that initiated in [Goodwill employee's] hand and caused injury." Police say they have no reason to believe tonight's incident was a copycat of the other package explosions over the past two weeks that have killed two people and injured four others. They are investigating who delivered the items to Goodwill and if they intended to injure someone or were just unaware of what the device was.

Uber suspends self-driving operations after vehicle hits, kills pedestrian in Arizona

Uber suspends self-driving operations after vehicle hits, kills pedestrian in Arizona | 19 March 2018 | A self-driving Uber SUV struck and killed a pedestrian in suburban Phoenix in the first death involving a fully autonomous test vehicle - an accident that could have far-reaching consequences for the new technology. The crash Sunday night in Tempe was the event many in the auto and technology industries were dreading but knew was inevitable. Uber immediately suspended all road-testing of such autos in the Phoenix area, Pittsburgh, San Francisco and Toronto.

Austin blast set off by trip wire shows 'higher level of skill' from serial bomber, police say

Austin blast set off by trip wire shows 'higher level of skill' from serial bomber, police say | 19 March 2018 | Two people were wounded in an explosion Sunday night in Austin that showed similarities to other recent blasts but also "a higher level of skill." The victims -- two white men ages 23 and 22 -- were wounded about 8:30 p.m. as they walked along the 4800 block of Dawn Song Drive, southwest of downtown Austin. Their injuries were not life-threatening, authorities said. Interim police Chief Brian Manley said authorities believe the pair were walking on either the sidewalk or the median when the device was triggered by a trip wire.

'We want constructive dialogue': Putin to reduce defence spending in fourth term

'We want constructive dialogue': Putin to reduce defence spending in fourth term | 19 March 2018 | Vladimir Putin has called for political unity as he starts his fourth term as president of Russia. After winning a landslide of 77% of the vote, Mr Putin called for his opponents to come together to focus on domestic issues and pledged to reduce the amount of money spent on the military. Mr Putin said Russia has spent enough over the last few years on new weapons to avoid excessive pressure on the economy in the future and so he could now reduce defence spending. Setting out his stall ahead of his fourth term in charge, he vowed not to engage in an arms race, saying: "There is no intention to speed up some kind of arms race, and just the opposite, we will develop constructive relations with all the countries of the world..."

Fourth Nor'easter this month is headed for the North East on the first day of Spring bringing up to 11 inches of snow in NYC and New Jersey...and it won't be the last

FOURTH Nor'easter this month is headed for the North East on the first day of Spring bringing up to 11 INCHES of snow in NYC and New Jersey...and it WON'T be the last | 19 March 2018 | The first day of Spring is set to bring the fourth Nor'easter in the North East this month with up to 11 inches of snow predicted between Tuesday and Wednesday. Earlier on Monday just three inches was predicted for the area but as the day progressed the National Weather Service anticipated that the snowfall would be heavier than first thought. Heavy wet snow of between five and 11 inches is predicted for North Jersey, New York City and lower Hudson Valley. Eight to 10 inches are expected in Bergen, Passaic, Essex and Morris counties.

Two men seriously injured in single Southwest Austin explosion

Two men seriously injured in single Southwest Austin explosion | 18 March 2018 | Two men in their 20s have been hospitalized with serious injuries following an explosion in the 4800 block of Dawn Song Drive in Southwest Austin. Officials said their injuries did not appear to be life-threatening. Officials said there was only one explosion. An earlier report said there also had been a blast on Eagle Feather Drive. Residents in the immediate area of Dawn Song Drive are being asked so stay in their homes and to follow instructions given by police.

Paul vows to filibuster Pompeo, Haspel

Paul vows to filibuster Pompeo, Haspel --Sen. Paul slams Trump's 'dangerous' nominees | 18 March 2018 | Republican Sen. Rand Paul said on CNN's "State of the Union" Sunday that he would take all necessary steps to oppose President Donald Trump's nominees for secretary of state and CIA director. "I'll do whatever it takes, and that includes filibuster," Paul said. Paul, who sits on the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, previously indicated he would oppose Trump's decision to move CIA Director Mike Pompeo to the State Department and CIA Deputy Director Gina Haspel to the top post at the agency. The Kentucky senator said Sunday his opposition came from Pompeo's support for regime change abroad and Haspel's history with CIA torture.

Vladimir Putin decisively re-elected as Russian president - preliminary results

Vladimir Putin decisively re-elected as Russian president after 99% of votes counted | 19 March 2018 | Incumbent Russian leader Vladimir Putin has secured a landslide victory in the presidential election with over 99% of the ballots counted. Vladimir Putin is now leading with 76,6 percent of the vote, Ella Pamfilova, head of the Russian Central Election Commission. Pamfilova announced the preliminary results during a news conference on Monday morning.

CDC contradicts previous police reports, says missing Ebola and Zika virus expert had recently received promotion

CDC contradicts previous police reports, says missing Ebola and Zika virus expert had recently received promotion | 14 March 2018 | An Atlanta-area Centers for Disease Control and Prevention employee who disappeared over a month ago did receive a promotion, the agency said, seemingly contradicting previous reports from police. In a statement Monday, the CDC said Timothy Cunningham, who hasn't been seen since Feb. 12, had been promoted last July..."In fact, he received an early promotion/exceptional proficiency promotion to Commander effective July 1, 2017, in recognition of his exemplary performance in the U.S. Public Health Service (USPHS)," the statement continues. Atlanta police previously said Cunningham, 35, a commander in the Public Health Service who has been sent to respond to public health emergencies including the Ebola virus and the Zika virus, was told on Feb. 5 that he didn't get a promotion he was up for. A police spokesman told The Atlanta Journal-Constitution Monday that they stand by their previous statements.

Three Children in Pakistan Die After Getting Measles Vaccine

Three Children in Pakistan Die After Getting Measles Vaccine | 16 March 2018 | Three children in Pakistan became critically ill and died a day after they were vaccinated with the measles vaccine in the city of Nawabshah. One the children died at home and the other two children died at the People's University Medical Hospital (PUMH) in Nawabshah. At least seven other Pakistani children who received the same vaccinations were reported to be in critical condition...The parents of the three dead children have reportedly said that a female health worker visited their homes in the Saeedabad area of Nawabshah on March 3 and administered the measles vaccines against their will.

Judge enters not guilty plea for alleged Parkland shooter Nikolas Cruz

Judge enters not guilty plea for alleged Parkland shooter Nikolas Cruz |14 March 2018 | A judge entered a plea of not guilty on Nikolas Cruz's behalf as the teen was arraigned Wednesday in last month's massacre at a South Florida high school -- on the same day students across the country walked out of class to demand stricter gun laws because of the killings. A Broward County grand jury last week indicted the [alleged] 19-year-old gunman on 17 counts of premeditated murder in the first degree and 17 counts of attempted murder in the first degree. Wednesday's plea in a Fort Lauderdale court came after Cruz's defense attorney told the judge that the teen was standing mute to the charges -- meaning he was declining to enter a plea.

US training Syria militants for false flag chemical attack as basis for airstrikes - Russian MoD

US training Syria militants for false flag chemical attack as basis for airstrikes - Russian MoD | 17 March 2018 | Russia's Defense Ministry says "US instructors" are training militants to stage false flag chemical attacks in south Syria. The incidents are said to be a pretext for airstrikes on Syrian government troops and infrastructure. "We have reliable information at our disposal that US instructors have trained a number of militant groups in the vicinity of the town of At-Tanf, to stage provocations involving chemical warfare agents in southern Syria," Russian General Staff spokesman General Sergey Rudskoy said at a news briefing on Saturday.

China to bar people with bad 'social credit' from planes, trains

China to bar people with bad 'social credit' from planes, trains | 16 March 2018 | China said it will begin applying its so-called social credit system to flights and trains and stop people who have committed misdeeds from taking such transport for up to a year. People who would be put on the restricted lists included those found to have committed acts like spreading false information about terrorism and causing trouble on flights, as well as those who used expired tickets or smoked on trains, according to two statements issued on the National Development and Reform Commission's website on Friday.

MPs retweet claim that Porton Down scientists can't identify nerve agent as Russian

MPs retweet claim that Porton Down scientists can't identify nerve agent as Russian | 17 March 2018 | Several MPs have retweeted claims that scientists at the British lab investigating the poisoning of ex-spy Sergei Skripal and his daughter are actually struggling to identify the source of the nerve agent used. Craig Murray, the former UK ambassador to Uzbekistan turned blogger, wrote on his website that scientists at Porton Down, the center responsible for identifying the nerve agent allegedly used in the attack against the Skripals, have failed to find evidence of Russian "culpability." He said a "well-placed" source in the Foreign Office told him. Murray added scientists had been "resentful" over the pressure put on them to prove the military-grade nerve agent is of Russian manufacture.

Porton Down laboratory to get 48m pound boost after Skripal attack

Porton Down laboratory to get 48m pound boost after Skripal attack --Defence science and technology institution was at centre of 'investigation' and clean-up | 14 March 2018 | UK defence secretary Gavin Williamson will on Thursday pledge an additional 48m pounds for Britain's defence science and technology laboratory at Porton Down, in the wake of the poisoning of a former Russian [and MI6] spy with a weapons grade nerve agent. The laboratory was instrumental in identifying Russia [Really? See: MPs retweet claim that Porton Down scientists can't identify nerve agent as Russian] as the source of the nerve agent used to target Sergei Skripal and his daughter Yulia 10 days ago in Salisbury. The pair remain in a critical condition in hospital. Scientists from Porton Down have also been at the centre of the clean-up operation in Salisbury following the attack, which has prompted one of the biggest crises in UK-Russian relations since the end of the cold war.

Framing Putin - Saga of the Spy and the Nerve Agent

Framing Putin - Saga of the Spy and the Nerve Agent | 15 March 2018 | ...Who's Got CW? Russia got rid of all its chemical weapons under the supervision of OPCW. On the other hand, the US hasn't destroyed all its chemical weapons yet and there are still two CW sites in the US! The US government claims it will destroy them within the next five years. Ha ha...Samples Everywhere: The fact is that many labs around the world have samples of that deadly agent. It so happens that there is a UK military chemical lab in Porton Down, just a few miles from where the alleged incident took place. Each lab has a signature attached to it. If the UK wanted to be credible, it would release the samples to third parties -- Russia and OPCW -- so they can analyze it and see where it came from. But the UK refuses to do so. Guess Who Lives in the US? The "father" of Novichok defected to the US a long time ago and lives in the US now. He brags about it openly on his Facebook page. His name is Vil Mirzayanov.

Third court rules Tepco, government liable over Fukushima disaster - media

Third court rules Tepco, government liable over Fukushima disaster - media | 15 March 2018 | Kyoto district court on Thursday ruled that Tokyo Electric Power (Tepco) and the Japanese government were liable for damages arising from the Fukushima nuclear disaster of 2011, the Asahi newspaper said. The ruling is the third court decision assigning liability to both Tepco and the government for the disaster that led to the evacuation of around 160,000 people.

Russian Embassy in US Slams State Department Over Meddling in Domestic Election

Russian Embassy in US Slams State Department Over Meddling in Domestic Election | 17 March 2018 | The Russian Embassy in Washington accused the US State Department of interfering in Russian home affairs over claims that the upcoming presidential voting would not be transparent. "[State Dept] is showing another example of interference in our internal affairs. Now with fake news. Bad attempt to damage Russian democracy. Will not work. Full transparency of Presidential elections guaranteed," the Embassy tweeted in response.

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