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State of emergency declared over West Virginia chemical spill, water ban in 9 counties

State of emergency declared over West Virginia chemical spill, water ban in 9 counties 09 Jan 2014 West Virginia Gov. Earl Ray Tomblin declared a state of emergency Thursday in several counties because of a chemical spill into the Elk River. The advisory was expanded at night to nine counties. The state of emergency includes West Virginia American Water customers in Boone, Cabell, Clay, Jackson, Kanawha, Lincoln, Logan, Putnam, and Roane counties.

West Virginia chemical spill leaves 300,000 without clean water

West Virginia chemical spill leaves 300,000 without clean water 10 Jan 2014 Roughly 300,000 residents have been left without usable water after chemicals spilled into a West Virginia river Thursday. The West Virginia American Water Company has advised residents of nine state counties not to drink or bathe in their running water.

Sabu wasn't the only FBI mole in LulzSec, suggest leaked docs

Sabu wasn't the only FBI mole in LulzSec, suggest leaked docs --Obvious question: who WAS the second snitch? 10 Jan 2014 Leaked search warrants suggest Sabu wasn't the only LulzSec hacker who helped the FBI take down the infamous hacktivist group. The unredacted search warrants for ‪Sabu‬ and ‪LulzSec‬ refer to involvement of three different informants in the investigation, at least two of whom it is implied were members of the organisation.

US considers training Iraqi elite military forces in Jordan

US considers training Iraqi elite military forces in Jordan 10 Jan 2014 As Iraq risks falling even further into [US-generated] sectarian violence, the United States is considering training some of the country's elite military forces in neighboring Jordan, according to a report by Reuters.

Fukushima failure: Decontamination system stops functioning

Fukushima failure: Decontamination system stops functioning 09 Jan 2014 The operator of the crippled Fukushima nuclear plant, TEPCO (Tokyo Electric Power Company) has stopped using its systems to decontaminate radioactive water at the facility, Japanese broadcaster NHK reported. The Advanced Liquid Processing System, or ALPS, has been utilized to liquidate radioactive substances from contaminated water stored at the plant.

Two Air Force officers at nuclear missile site targeted in drug investigation

Two Air Force officers at nuclear missile site targeted in drug investigation 09 Jan 2014 Two Air Force officers overseeing nuclear-armed missiles at a Montana air base are being investigated for involvement in illegal drugs, the latest in a string of misconduct cases involving officers who look after the nation's atomic weapons.

Watch the moment an adorable polar bear cub takes his first ever steps

Former New Jersey official takes the 5th in 'Bridgegate' questioning

Former New Jersey official takes the 5th in 'Bridgegate' questioning 09 Jan 2014 A former New Jersey Port Authority official and appointee of Gov. Chris Christie, implicated in the political scandal over the deliberate lane closures onto the busy George Washington Bridge, refused to answer questions about the episode before a state Assembly panel on Thursday.

U.S. lawmakers propose fast-track bill for TPP

Heads up! U.S. lawmakers propose fast-track bill for TPP --Corporatists Barack Obama and Max Baucus pimping TPP under media cover of Christie's Bridgegate 09 Jan 2014 U.S. lawmakers on Thursday proposed a bill to give the White House power to fast-track international trade agreements.

US govt attempts to block lawsuit against NSA

US govt attempts to block lawsuit against NSA 09 Jan 2014 Lawyers from the Justice Department have urged a judge to halt a lawsuit against the NSA's spy programs. This comes after the judge's previous ruling that the NSA's collection of metadata was likely unconstitutional and "almost Orwellian" in nature.

Wildstein held in contempt by Assembly panel for pleading the Fifth

Wildstein held in contempt by Assembly panel for pleading the Fifth 09 Jan 2014 An Assembly panel investigating the George Washington Bridge lane closings voted unanimously Thursday to declare a Chris Christie appointee in contempt for refusing to answer questions from panel members.

Indiana guardsman stopped for speeding in Madison County had 48 bombs, prosecutor says

False flag busted open by Indiana state trooper: Indiana guardsman stopped for speeding in Madison County had 48 bombs, prosecutor says 08 Jan 2014 An Indiana National Guardsman was arrested outside Columbus on New Year's Day after a state trooper found nearly 50 bombs and the blueprints for a Navy SEAL training facility inside his car, the Madison County prosecutor said yesterday.

Emails Between Top Christie Aides and Port Authority Officials

Emails Between Top Christie Aides and Port Authority Officials 08 Jan 2014 Documents were released Wednesday in connection with an investigation into lane closings ordered at the George Washington Bridge by top aides to Gov. Chris Christie of New Jersey.

Christie Addresses Bridge Scandal as US Attorney Is Expected to Open Inquiry

Christie Addresses Bridge Scandal as US Attorney Is Expected to Open Inquiry 09 Jan 2014 Gov. Chris Christie of New Jersey apologized to the people of New Jersey on Thursday, saying that he was "embarrassed and humiliated" by revelations that one of his top aides and close associates ordered lane closings on the George Washington Bridge to deliberately snarl traffic as an act of political vengeance.

Conn. official resigns over Newtown comment

Conn. official resigns over Newtown comment 09 Jan 2014 A local school board member in Connecticut has resigned amid an outcry over his comment that he would observe the anniversary of the Newtown school shooting by distributing ammunition. Gregory Beck faced numerous calls for his resignation from the Board of Education in Brookfield, which borders Newtown, where 20 first-graders and six educators were killed Dec. 14, 2012.

Emails tie top Christie aide to GWB closures

Backers of ballot measure to legalize marijuana in Alaska turn in signatures

Backers of ballot measure to legalize marijuana in Alaska turn in signatures 08 Jan 2014 Backers of a ballot initiative that could make Alaska the third state to legalize marijuana for recreational use turned in some 46,000 signatures to the state election officials Wednesday -- putting the question one step closer to the Aug. 19 ballot.

Rand Paul to introduce legislation to repeal Iraq War law

Rand Paul to introduce legislation to repeal Iraq War law --Paul seeking Senate co-sponsors 08 Jan 2014 Sen. Rand Paul, R-Ky., plans to introduce legislation Friday to repeal the law that green-lighted the March 2003 U.S. invasion of Iraq, and which remains on the books two years after President Barack Obama declared that war over, Paul's office said Wednesday.

'Multiple' casualties in Japan chemical factory explosion

'Multiple' casualties in Japan chemical factory explosion 09 Jan 2014 A number of people were killed or injured in an explosion at a chemical factory in Japan Thursday, police and reports said. "There was some explosion triggered by some sort of chemical reaction during plant operations," said a police spokesman in Mie, central Japan. "It seems a number of people were killed or injured," he said, adding they were not sure of exact numbers.

Two killed, one missing as US navy helicopter goes down off Virginia coast

Two killed, one missing as US navy helicopter goes down off Virginia coast 08 Jan 2014 Two crew members died and another was missing Wednesday after a US navy helicopter with five people on board crashed in the Atlantic off the coast of Virginia. The navy said the crewmen died Wednesday hours after they were hauled from the sea about 20 miles east of Virginia Beach and taken to hospital in Norfolk.

Fatal Case of H5N1 Bird Flu Reported in Canada

Fatal Case of H5N1 Bird Flu Reported in Canada 09 Jan 2014 Canadian health officials said Wednesday a fatal case of H5N1 bird flu has been reported in Canada, the first such case in North America. The victim was travelling from China when symptoms first appeared. Officials said the person began to feel ill on a flight to Canada from Beijing on Dec. 27.

Utah Says It Won't Recognize Same-Sex Marriages It Licensed

Utah Says It Won't Recognize Same-Sex Marriages It Licensed 09 Jan 2014 The fortunes of 1,300 newlywed same-sex couples in Utah were thrown into turmoil on Wednesday after the governor's office announced that it would not recognize their marriages while it presses its legal efforts to limit marriages to one man and one woman.

CIA sued for records on possible role in Nelson Mandela arrest

CIA sued for records on possible role in Nelson Mandela arrest 09 Jan 2014 A Massachusetts Institute of Technology graduate student sued the Central Intelligence Agency on Wednesday to compel release of its records on Nelson Mandela, the former South African president and anti-apartheid activist who died last month at age 95.

Navy sends reporter details on how to avoid his FOIA request regarding Navy Yard shooting

Navy sends reporter details on how to avoid his FOIA request regarding Navy Yard shooting 08 Jan 2014 A US Navy official mistakenly forwarded an email to a local news reporter this week outlining the Navy's method of avoiding the very Freedom of Information Act requests that reporter had filed.

E-mails tie Gov. Christie aide to bridge closure scandal

E-mails tie Gov. Christie aide to bridge closure scandal --Top Christie staff member: 'Time for some traffic problems in Fort Lee' 08 Jan 2014 A series of e-mails indicate that a key member of New Jersey Gov.

EMS responses delayed by GWB lane closures in Fort Lee

EMS responses delayed by GWB lane closures in Fort Lee 08 Jan 2014 Emergency responders were delayed in attending to four medical situations - including one in which a woman lay unconscious – due to traffic gridlock caused by unannounced closures of access lanes to the George Washington Bridge, according to the head of the borough's EMS department.

Judge Blocks Part of N.Y.U.'s Plan for Four Towers in Greenwich Village

Judge Blocks Part of N.Y.U.'s Plan for Four Towers in Greenwich Village 08 Jan 2014 A state judge on Tuesday unexpectedly blocked about half of New York University's large and hotly debated expansion plan to build four towers in the school's leafy and largely low-scale Greenwich Village neighborhood. The judge, Donna M. Mills, of State Supreme Court in Manhattan, ruled that the administration of Mayor Michael R.

Senate moves ahead with measure to extend long-term unemployment benefits

Senate moves ahead with measure to extend long-term unemployment benefits 07 Jan 2014 The Democratic effort to extend federal benefits for the long-term unemployed got a surprise boost Tuesday as skeptical Republicans in the Senate voted to allow the proposal to advance, with issues of poverty and economic opportunity emerging as a central battleground between the parties

Former New York City Cops Held Over 9/11 Fraud

Former New York City Cops Held Over 9/11 Fraud [Too bad the actual architects of 9/11 weren't held, as well.] 08 Jan 2014 Former New York police officers and firefighters, who falsely claimed they were disabled as a result of the September 11 attacks, have been arrested in a sweeping fraud investigation. They are among more than 100 people charged over the "massive" Social Security fraud worth hundreds of millions of dollars.

Brrr! It's too cold for even a polar bear

Brrr! It's too cold for even a polar bear 07 Jan 2014 The polar vortex proved too be too much for the polar bear. With much of the country shivering in sub-zero temperatures, tthe Lincoln Park Zoo in Chicago decided to keep its polar bear inside. Polar bears can handle frigid temperatures in the wild, but 12-year-old Anana doesn't have the thick layer of protective fat that bears typically develop from feeding on seals and whale carcasses.

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