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Anti-immigration protesters block undocumented migrants in California

Anti-immigration protesters block undocumented migrants in California 02 Jul 2014 Protesters shouting anti-immigration slogans blocked the arrival of three buses carrying undocumented Central American families to a U.S. Border Patrol station on Tuesday after they were flown to San Diego from Texas. The migrants, a group of around 140 adults and children, were sent to California to be assigned case numbers and undergo background checks before most were likely to be released under limited supervision to await deportation proceedings, U.S. immigration officials said. But plans to bring the immigrants to a Border Patrol outpost in Murrieta, 60 miles (100 km) north of San Diego, sparked an outcry from town mayor Alan Long, who said the migrants posed a public safety threat to his community.

MH370: Mysterious power cut during early stage of flight linked to possible hijacking

MH370: Mysterious power cut during early stage of flight linked to possible hijacking 30 Jun 2014 Air crash investigators have discovered evidence of a mysterious power cut during the early stage of the missing Malaysia Airlines MH370 flight, the British daily newspaper the Telegraph reported Sunday. Australian Transport Safety Bureau, revealed in a report that the missing Boeing 777's satellite data unit had unexpectedly tried to log on to a satellite, less than 90 minutes after taking off from Kuala Lumpur. "A log-on request in the middle of a flight is not common," the report said. "An analysis was performed which determined that the characteristics and timing of the logon requests were best matched as resulting from power interruption," it added.

Ebola kills doctor at Redemption Hospital

Ebola kills doctor at Redemption Hospital 02 Jul 2014 (Liberia) News reaching The NewDawn Tuesday noon disclosed that the Head Surgeon at the Redemption Hospital in the Borough of New Kru Town, a suburb of Monrovia has died from the Ebola Virus Disease. The Head Doctor (name withheld) had been quarantined at the John F. Kennedy Medical Center in Sinkor, Monrovia where he was being monitored up to his demise. The surgeon reportedly died after treating a health worker, who died of Ebola at Redemption.

Ebola Outbreak: State of Emergency 'Needed'

Ebola Outbreak: State of Emergency 'Needed' --An Ebola expert has warned that the current epidemic affecting parts of West Africa is unprecedented and difficult to control. 02 Jul 2014 The doctor who first identified the deadly Ebola virus has warned the outbreak in West Africa is now so bad that a "state of emergency" should be declared. Professor Peter Piot told Sky News that the disease, which kills up to 90% of patients, now affects such a wide area that it will be "difficult" to bring under control - and it will spread further without "very, very strict vigilance."

LePage denies he discussed executing Maine Democratic leaders

LePage denies he discussed executing Maine Democratic leaders --'We did not discuss execution, arrest or hanging.' 01 Jul 2014 In two calls Monday evening to the Bangor Daily News, Gov. Paul LePage (R-Sociopath) vehemently disputed assertions made by a liberal blogger in a forthcoming book that LePage made references in 2013 to executing Maine's speaker of the House and Senate president. "I was never in the room where 'execute' was used," the governor said in a phone call to the BDN managing editor. "It never happened," he said later in the call. "We did not discuss execution, arrest or hanging."

Putin to West: Stop turning world into 'global barracks,' dictating rules to others

Putin to West: Stop turning world into 'global barracks,' dictating rules to others 01 Jul 2014 Russia's president has blamed the turmoil in Ukraine on the country's newly-elected leader Petro Poroshenko. Vladimir Putin also criticized the West for its intention to turn the planet into a "global barracks." Russia's president has laid the blame for the ongoing turmoil between Kiev and south-eastern regions squarely at the feet of Petro Poroshenko, after the Ukrainian leader terminated the ceasefire. He has stressed that Russia and European partners could not convince Poroshenko to not take the path of violence, which can't lead to peace.

Controversial scientist recreates H1N1 flu virus that killed 500,000 people...but his version is RESISTANT to vaccine

Controversial scientist recreates H1N1 flu virus that killed 500,000 people...but his version is RESISTANT to vaccine 01 Jul 2014 A controversial researcher who in the past had replicated the deadly Spanish flu of 1918 has done it again, this time cooking up in his lab an especially resilient strain of the H1N1 virus. Dr Yoshihiro Kawaoka, professor of virology at University of Wisconsin at Madison, has reportedly tweaked the 2009 strain of pandemic influenza responsible for some 500,000 deaths worldwide to make it resistant the human immune system's antibodies. Kawaoka's many critics have said that his latest provocative experiment has essentially rendered the world's population defenseless against the virus.

Tropical Storm Arthur stronger, expected to become hurricane -NHC

Tropical Storm Arthur stronger, expected to become hurricane -NHC 02 Jul 2014 Tropical Storm Arthur, the first named storm of the 2014 Atlantic hurricane season, has become stronger and is expected to become a hurricane on Thursday, the U.S. National Hurricane Center said in its latest advisory.

Homeland Security deploys 150 agents to Texas border

Homeland Security deploys 150 agents to Texas border 01 Jul 2014 The Department of Homeland Security is deploying 150 agents to a site in South Texas to help detect those who are crossing into America illegally, Secretary Jeh Johnson said. The agents are also supposed to serve in the Rio Grande Valley sector on processing and detention lines.

NSA leaker Edward Snowden 'applies to extend asylum in Russia for another year'

NSA leaker Edward Snowden 'applies to extend asylum in Russia for another year' --Application was made a month before his one-year asylum was due to expire 01 Jul 2014 Whistleblower Edward Snowden has filed an official petition to extend his asylum in Russia for another year. Snowden, who fled to Moscow on June 23, made the request to The Federal Migration Service a month before his current one-year asylum was due to expire. If granted, Snowden, 31, will be able to remain in Russia for another year, according to The Moscow Times.

NATO chief to move forces from U.S. to Europe to respond to Russia in Ukraine

NATO chief to move forces from U.S. to Europe to respond to Russia in Ukraine 01 Jul 2014 NATO's top military commander said Monday that American troops from the United States will be dispatched to Europe starting in October to help respond to 'Russian aggression' [US-backed aggression] in Ukraine. Air Force Gen. Philip M. Breedlove, supreme allied commander of the Western military alliance, said the U.S.-based troops will buttress American forces that have already been moved in recent months from Germany, Italy and elsewhere in Europe for stepped-up ground and air patrols in the three Baltic countries of Latvia, Lithuania and Estonia, plus Poland and Romania.

Read more here: http://www.mcclatchydc.com/2014/07/01/231970/nato-chief-to-move-forces-from.html#storylink=cpy

New York towns can prohibit fracking, state appeals court rules

New York towns can prohibit fracking, state appeals court rules 30 Jun 2014 Opponents of hydraulic fracturing celebrated a major victory over the oil and gas industry on Monday after the highest court in New York state agreed that cities and towns can prohibit drilling within their boundaries. In a 5-2 ruling, the New York state court of appeals affirmed previous court decisions that two towns in upstate New York - Dryden and Middlefield - had the authority to use zoning ordinances to control land use, effectively banning hydraulic fracturing, known as fracking. Drillers and landowners that brought the suits against the towns argued that state law prohibited them from blocking fracking.

GM recalls another 7.6 million cars

GM recalls another 7.6 million cars 30 Jun 2014 General Motors Co. issued six new recalls Monday covering nearly 7.6 million cars sold in the United States between 1997 and 2014, according to reports. The problem once again is linked to faulty switches that allow the ignition key to inadvertently rotate.

NSA spied on 89,138 targets last year - report

NSA spied on 89,138 targets last year - report 28 Jun 2014 The Office of the Director of National Intelligence has revealed that the US National Security Agency spied on nearly 90,000 "targets" last year. The ODNI said in its transparency report on Friday the NSA needed one order from the federal surveillance court to obtain permission for its spying on 89,138 targets. A "target" might refer to an individual, a group, a foreign power or "an organization composed of multiple individuals." The figure might not indicate the actual number of people targeted by the NSA.

Israel vows to make Hamas pay for alleged murder of three teenagers

Israel vows to make Hamas pay for alleged murder of three teenagers --Roundup of suspects brings rocket attack from Gaza and Israeli air strikes in return while Palestinian teenager shot dead in Jenin 30 Jun 2014 Israel has vowed to make Hamas pay for the murder of three kidnapped Israeli teenagers, but the Islamist movement warned any reprisal attacks would open "the gates of hell". Hamas, which had denied any involvement in the abduction of the teenage boys, issued a warning in return to the Israelis. "If the occupiers carry out an escalation or a war, they will open the gates of hell on themselves," Hamas spokesman Sami Abu Zuhri told AFP. Two Hebron Hamas men named by Israel as prime suspects - Marwan Qawasmeh and Amer Abu Eishe – remain at large but Palestinian witnesses said troops blew up their homes early on Tuesday.

MH370 report: Malaysia Airlines only attempted to contact missing plane twice over six hours

MH370 report: Malaysia Airlines only attempted to contact missing plane twice over six hours 30 Jun 2014 Malaysia Airlines only twice attempted to make phone contact with its unresponsive airliner over six hours as it flew to its doom, causing vital clues to its final location to be lost and painting a woeful picture of air safety in the region. The revelations come out of close examination of an Australian Transport Safety Bureau report into MH370's disappearance, released on Thursday. The report also shows that no one in the cockpit used aircraft waypoints to set course south over the Indian Ocean, ruling out suspicion that pilot Zaharie Ahmad Shah had pre-programmed the Boeing 777 to crash. But this did not eliminate suspicion that someone used the automatic pilot to send the plane on a southerly heading.

Ukraine president terminates ceasefire, announces intent to attack

Ukraine president terminates ceasefire, announces intent to attack 01 Jul 2014 Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko has decided to not prolong the ceasefire with Donetsk and Lugansk People's Republics, announcing an end to a fragile deal to deescalate tensions in the country's eastern regions. "We will attack and will free our land," Poroshenko said. The ceasefire officially ended at 19:00 GMT, according to a statement that appeared on the president's website shortly after midnight. Since then, heavy shelling and intense shooting was reported in the city of Kramatorsk in the Donetsk region.

H1N1 virus detected among immigrants caught in Rio Grande Valley

H1N1 virus detected among immigrants caught in Rio Grande Valley --120 people are being isolated at the two stations 28 Jun 2014 (TX) Two cases of the H1N1 [swine flu] virus have been confirmed among immigrants caught in the Rio Grande Valley. Vice President of the National Border Patrol Council #3307 Chris Cabrera confirmed the cases late Saturday morning. Cabera told Action 4 News that one case was confirmed at the Brownsville Border Patrol Station and another at the Fort Brown Border Patrol station, also located in Brownsville. Cabera said both cases involve juveniles and both were confirmed on Friday by medical personnel located at both facilities.

Israel finds bodies of three missing teenagers in West Bank

Israel finds bodies of three missing teenagers in West Bank 01 Jul 2014 The bodies of three missing Israeli teenagers were found in the occupied West Bank, and Israel vowed to punish Hamas, the Palestinian group it [possibly, falsely] accuses of abducting and killing them. "They were kidnapped and murdered in cold blood by beasts," Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said in a statement after the military discovered on Monday the remains of the Jewish seminary students who disappeared on June 12. Hamas has been rocked by the arrest of dozens of its activists in an Israeli military sweep in the West Bank over the past three weeks during a search for the teenagers that Israel said was also aimed at weakening the militant movement. Up to six Palestinians died as a result of the Israeli operation, local residents said.

Israeli forces raid, destroy Palestinian homes

Israeli forces raid, destroy Palestinian homes 01 Jul 2014 Israeli forces raid and destroy Palestinian homes in the occupied West Bank during search for suspects behind the alleged murder of three Israeli teens. According to reports, the Israeli soldiers demolished two homes belonging to the alleged suspects on Monday. The move came after the bodies of the alleged missing Israeli teenagers were found in a field near the village of Hilhul, north of the city of al-Khalil (Hebron). The Tel Aviv government claims the Palestinian resistance movement, Hamas, is responsible for the death of the teens.

Hobby Lobby's Hypocrisy

Hobby Lobby's Hypocrisy --How can the arts and crafts chain espouse Christian values when it imports products from China? 26 Mar 2014 ...Hobby Lobby imports billions of dollars of products from China...Forced abortion, although technically frowned upon by the government, is still a regular practice in China. Is the disruption of creation of life only relevant as a Christian when it's an American life? And what about the factories those people work at in China, those factories that make the products Hobby Lobby buys and then sells. The people of China who work in factories are exposed to a variety of dangerous working conditions...And how about the children of China? Child abuse is on the rise, and no one in the government is doing a thing about it.

Obama announces executive order on gender identity

Obama announces executive order on gender identity 30 Jun 2014 President Barack Obama said Monday that the White House is preparing an executive order banning job discrimination among federal employees on the basis of gender identity. Obama mentioned the planned measure while addressing a White House reception marking LGBT Pride Month. The White House announced earlier this month that the president also intends to sign an executive order banning federal contractors from discriminating against employees on the basis of their sexual orientation or gender identity.

Obama to take executive action on immigration

Obama to take executive action on immigration -- Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson and Attorney General Eric Holder directed work with Obama on issue 30 Jun 2014 It's their fault, President Barack Obama said Monday in blaming Republican inaction on immigration reform for escalating problems including a surge of undocumented children crossing the border from Mexico. At a hastily scheduled Rose Garden appearance, Obama said the top House Republican -- Speaker John Boehner -- told him last week that the chamber's GOP majority will continue blocking a vote on a Senate-passed immigration bill. In response, Obama said he was starting "a new effort to fix as much of our immigration system as I can on my own, without Congress."

300 more U.S. troops headed to Iraq; total personnel deployed at 800

300 more U.S. troops headed to Iraq; total personnel deployed at 800 30 Jun 2014 The U.S. is sending another 300 troops to Iraq to beef up security at the U.S. Embassy and elsewhere in the Baghdad area to protect U.S. citizens and property [yes, especially the oil refineries], officials said Monday. The new injection of manpower brings the total number of U.S. personnel sent to Iraq to deal with the recent crisis to approximately 800. The White House announced that President Barack Obama, who has previously ruled out sending combat troops back into Iraq, had directed that 200 troops be sent to reinforce security at the embassy, its support facilities and Baghdad International Airport.

Supreme Court Deals Public Unions a Blow

Supreme Court Deals Public Unions a Blow --The decision, written by Justice [sic] Samuel Alito, marks a loss for public sector unions. 30 Jun 2014 The Supreme Court decided Monday that public sector unions cannot collect "fair share" fees from non-union-members, in a 5-4 decision that dealt unions a sharp blow. The decision also marks a victory for the anti-union group, National Right to Work Legal Defense Foundation, which is backed by many hardline conservatives, including the Koch family. Representing the plaintiff, the Legal Defense Foundation argued that requiring non-union-members to pay some "fair share" union fees was the same as requiring them to pay to support "political or ideological ends." Their argument hinged on the idea that, in this day and age, any involvement with a union is inherently "political or ideological."

Hobby Lobby ruling: firms can refuse to provide contraception coverage

Hobby Lobby ruling: firms can refuse to provide contraception coverage --'Justices' side with Hobby Lobby and rule companies can claim religious exemption from Obamacare birth control mandate 30 Jun 2014 Conservatives celebrated a victory over Obamacare on Monday after the supreme court ruled that some companies should be allowed a religious exemption from rules requiring them to include all forms of contraception in employee health policies. In a judgment with significant implications for the legal rights of corporations, a narrow majority of five justices argued that "closely held" businesses such as the family-run Hobby Lobby chain of stores, which brought the test case, enjoyed the same religious protections under law as individuals. Hobby Lobby's Christian owners and others like them will now be free to remove four controversial contraception methods from insurance plans provided to their 13,000 staff, claiming they amount to a form of abortion because they take effect after the point of fertilisation.

Health Law Violates Corporate Religious Liberty, Supreme Court Says

Health Law Violates Corporate Religious Liberty, Supreme Court Says 30 Jun 2014 The Supreme Court ruled on Monday that requiring family-owned corporations to pay for insurance coverage for contraception under the Affordable Care Act violated a federal law protecting religious freedom. The 5-to-4 decision, which applied to two companies owned by Christian families, opened the door to challenges from other corporations to many laws that may be said to violate their religious liberty. Justice [sic] Samuel A. Alito Jr., writing for the court's five more conservative justices, said a federal religious-freedom law applied to for-profit corporations controlled by religious families. Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, writing for the court's four-member liberal wing, said the contraception coverage requirement was vital to women’s health and reproductive freedom.

Former NSA/CIA head: ISIS's ascent in Iraq poses 9/11-like danger to U.S.

Former NSA/CIA head: ISIS's ascent in Iraq poses 9/11-like danger to U.S. 29 Jun 2014 Former NSA and CIA head Michael Hayden said Sunday that the advance of ISIS extremists in Iraq is extremely dangerous to the United States and its allies, saying it's "in the same area code" as the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks [inside job]. "This is quite a dangerous thing that we're seeing unfold here," Hayden said on "Fox News Sunday. "It's probably not 9/11, but it's certainly in the same area code."

Before Nisour Square Massacre, an Inquiry Into Blackwater Was Dropped After Firm's Top Manager Issued Threat

Before Nisour Square Massacre, an Inquiry Into Blackwater Was Dropped After Firm's Top Manager Issued Threat 29 Jun 2014 Just weeks before Blackwater guards fatally shot 17 civilians at Baghdad's Nisour Square in 2007, the State Department began investigating the security contractor's operations in Iraq. But the inquiry was abandoned after Blackwater's top manager there issued a threat: "that he could kill" the government's chief investigator and "no one could or would do anything about it as we were in Iraq," according to department reports. American Embassy officials in Baghdad sided with Blackwater rather than the State Department investigators as a dispute over the probe escalated in August 2007, the previously undisclosed documents show. The officials told the investigators that they had disrupted the embassy's relationship with the security contractor mercenaries and ordered them to leave the country, according to the reports.

UW-Madison pandemic flu viruses 'could escape from lab,' biosafety panelist says

UW-Madison pandemic flu viruses 'could escape from lab,' biosafety panelist says 29 Jun 2014 UW-Madison scientist Yoshihiro Kawaoka says he's creating potentially deadly flu viruses to help prevent a pandemic, but a campus biosafety panel member says the research could cause more harm than good because the viruses could escape from the lab. "You're increasing the probability of having a pandemic rather than decreasing the probability," said Tom Jeffries, a member of the university's Institutional Biosafety Committee, which reviews sensitive research...After Kawaoka reported this month that he used genes from several bird flu viruses to construct a virus similar to the 1918 pandemic flu virus that killed up to 50 million people worldwide, British and French scientists called the research "absolutely crazy" and "madness, folly."

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