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Feds say at least 12 aircraft violated restrictions during Trump's Florida visit

Feds say at least 12 aircraft violated restrictions during Trump's Florida visit | 20 Feb 2017 | At least 12 aircraft violated temporary flight restrictions through Monday afternoon for President Donald Trump's Palm Beach Mar-a-Lago stay, with at least five of those having the unique experience of being buzzed by military aircraft, federal officials confirmed to The Palm Beach Post.

NYPD official tells Trump that 'nobody' will get deported for jumping turnstile

NYPD official tells Trump that 'nobody' will get deported for jumping turnstile | 24 Feb 2017 | A top New York Police Department official said Friday that jumping a subway turnstile--a minor offense--will not get you deported if you are an illegal immigrant.

White House bars some 'news' organizations from briefing

White House bars some 'news' organizations from briefing | 24 Feb 2017 | The White House excluded several major U.S. [fake] news organizations, including some it has openly criticized, from an off-camera briefing held by the White House press secretary on Friday, representatives of the organizations said.

Richard Spencer, alt-right leader, booted from CPAC

Richard Spencer, alt-right leader, booted from CPAC | 23 Feb 2017 | Richard Spencer, a leader in the ethno-nationalist "alt-right" movement, was booted from the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) on Thursday. In a short video posted online, Mr. Spencer said he was "expelled" from the event and had been "politely asked to leave." He had earlier held forth with reporters inside the event.

US troops 'in combat' in Mosul, some have been wounded - Pentagon

US troops 'in combat' in Mosul, some have been wounded - Pentagon | 23 Feb 201 | While nominally operating as military advisors to the Iraqi forces, the US servicemen taking part in the assault on Mosul have been involved in front-line fighting and an undisclosed number have suffered battle injuries, according to military officials.

Trump administration poised to change transgender student bathroom guidelines

Trump administration poised to change transgender student bathroom guidelines | 21 Feb 2017 | The Trump administration plans to roll back protections for transgender students, reversing federal guidance that required the nation’s public schools to allow children to use the bathrooms and locker rooms that matched their gender identities.

Homeland Security unveils sweeping plan to deport undocumented immigrants

Homeland Security unveils sweeping plan to deport undocumented immigrants | 22 Feb 2017 | The Department of Homeland Security issued a sweeping set of orders Tuesday that implement President Trump's plan to increase immigration enforcement, placing the vast majority of the nation's 11 million undocumented immigrants at risk of deportation.

Trump at African-American History Museum Denounces Anti-Semitism and Racism: 'It Has to Stop'

Trump at African-American History Museum Denounces Anti-Semitism and Racism: 'It Has to Stop' | 21 Feb 2017 |President Donald Trump on Tuesday denounced the recent rise in bomb threats against Jewish community centers across the country, saying the anti-Semitism and racism that continue to afflict America must be addressed.

More than 200 protesters indicted on felony rioting charges from Inauguration Day

More than 200 protesters indicted on felony rioting charges from Inauguration Day | 22 Feb 2017 | A total of 214 people have been indicted so far on felony rioting charges in connection with the Inauguration Day protests in downtown Washington.

More than 200 San Jose residents evacuated in floods

More than 200 San Jose residents evacuated in floods | 22 Feb 2017 | San Jose firefighters rescued more than 200 residents by boat in flood waters in the Rocksprings neighborhood at Senter and Phelan. New evacuations were ordered for the entire area along Coyote Creek north of Interstate 280 and South of 237 at 9:30 p.m. Tuesday evening.

Use of weaponized drones by ISIS spurs terrorism fears

Use of weaponized drones by ISIS spurs terrorism fears | 21 Feb 2017 | Late last month, a pair of Islamic State fighters in desert camouflage climbed to the top of a river bluff in northern Iraq to demonstrate an important new weapon: a small drone, about six feet wide with swept wings and a small bomb tucked in its fuselage.

Penn State professors told: 'Avoid assuming the gender of any student'

Penn State professors told: 'Avoid assuming the gender of any student' | 21 Feb 2017 | In response to growing concerns over "implicit bias and stereotype threat," Penn State professors have been provided a checklist suggesting ways to avoid microaggressing students, as well as ideas on how to make their curriculum and classroom more “inclusive.” One bullet-point on the list: “Avoid assuming the gender of any student.” It’s among 53 tips on Penn State’s “Strategies for Inclusive Classrooms: Workshop Activ

Milo Yiannopoulos Has Resigned From Breitbart Citing His ‘Poor Choice of Words’

Milo Yiannopoulos Has Resigned From Breitbart Citing His ‘Poor Choice of Words’ | 21 Feb 2107 | After days of speculation, it is official: Milo Yiannopoulos is out at Breitbart, with news of his resignation reaching social media just minutes ago via Michael Grynbaum of The New York Times.

Donald Trump: MPs clash over UK state visit

Donald Trump: MPs clash over UK state visit | 20 Feb 2017 | MPs have clashed over whether Donald Trump should be given a state visit to the UK in a packed Westminster debate. Protesters gathered outside as Labour's Paul Flynn said it would be "terribly wrong" to go ahead with the visit.

Five Teenagers Arrested in London on Terrorism Charges

Five Teenagers Arrested in London on Terrorism Charges | 21 Feb 2017 | Five teenagers were arrested in London on terrorism charges on Monday following a series of raids, police said. The suspects, who ranged in age from 15 to 19, were held on suspicion of preparing acts of terrorism, London's Metropolitan Police said in a statement. "The arrests relate to plans to travel to join a proscribed organisation," the note added.

Anti-Trump rallies crop up again on 'Not My President's Day'

Anti-Trump rallies crop up again on 'Not My President's Day' | 21 Feb 2017 | Renewed protests against U.S. President Donald Trump flared on the Presidents Day holiday on Monday, with grassroots activists vowing to take to the streets in dozens of cities in "Not My President's Day" rallies.

4 dead Russian Ambassadors in 3 months

4 dead Russian Ambassadors in 3 months --Russia's long time ambassador to the UN has died suddenly in New York; this is the fourth Russian diplomat who has died in the last 3 months. | 20 Feb 2017 | Vitaly Churkin was one of the wisest voices in international diplomacy. His voice will no longer echo in the halls of the United Nations.

A 'Deplorable' Professor Explains Why Campuses Are So Radical

A 'Deplorable' Professor Explains Why Campuses Are So Radical | 20 Feb 2017 | NYU Professor and CLG Founder Michael Rectenwald is interviewed by Robert Samuel for Bill O'Reilly's Podcast, "The Contributing Factor," on politically correct authoritarianism on college campuses. [To subscribe to the CLG Newsletter, click here.]

Lt. General H.R. McMaster Director of National Security Council

Trump picks Lt. Gen. H.R. McMaster as new national security adviser | 20 Feb 2017 | President Donald Trump announced Monday that Lt. Gen. H.R. McMaster will serve as his next national security adviser, filling the void left last week by the sudden dismissal of Michael Flynn.

CPAC rescinds Milo Yiannopoulos's invitation after swift backlash

CPAC rescinds Milo Yiannopoulos's invitation after swift backlash | 20 Feb 2017 | A weekend-long backlash over a decision to invite conservative speaker Milo Yiannopoulos to the Conservative Political Action Conference ended Monday with an abrupt reversal. Yiannopoulos, an editor at Breitbart News, will no longer speak at the annual confab, a decision that appeared to catch him off guard.

NSA Whistle-Blower: Agency 'Absolutely' Tapping Trump's Calls

NSA Whistle-Blower: Agency 'Absolutely' Tapping Trump's Calls | 15 Feb 2017 | William Binney, a former highly placed NSA official turned whistle-blower, contended in an exclusive interview today that the National Security Agency (NSA) is "absolutely" monitoring the phone calls of President Donald Trump. Binney was an architect of the NSA's surveillance program.

Vaccine pusher Bill Gates urges for bio-terrorism preparation

Heads up! Vaccine pusher Bill Gates urges for bio-terrorism preparation | 19 Feb 2017 | Bill Gates says it's time to redirect some of the money the world spends on weapons to prepare for a looming threat: terrorists [such as himself] with pathogens.

Greenwald: Empowering the 'Deep State' to Undermine Trump Is Prescription for Destroying Democracy

Greenwald: Empowering the 'Deep State' to Undermine Trump Is Prescription for Destroying Democracy | 16 Feb 2017 | Some supporters of [President Donald] Trump, including Breitbart News, have accused the intelligence agencies of attempting to wage a deep state coup against the president. Meanwhile, some critics of Trump are openly embracing such activity.

Chinese students in the US are using 'inclusion' and 'diversity' to oppose a Dalai Lama graduation speech

Chinese students in the US are using 'inclusion' and 'diversity' to oppose a Dalai Lama graduation speech | 15 Feb 2017 | Chinese students are joining their peers on American campuses in getting woke. Their cause? Defending the official line of the Communist Party. On Feb.

Four NATO powers prefer Russia to the US, Gallup poll shows

Four NATO powers prefer Russia to the US, Gallup poll shows | 18 Feb 2017 | A Gallup poll has revealed that citizens of four NATO nations would sooner count on Russia to defend them rather than the United States, Bloomberg reported on Friday, reflecting the changing perceptions of the US's role in global security. Between October and December 2016, WIN/Gallup International asked around a thousand people in 66 countries who would be their go-to ally if attacked.

Transcript: President Donald Trump's rally in Melbourne, Florida

Transcript: President Donald Trump's rally in Melbourne, Florida | 18 Feb 2017 | On Saturday, after less than a month in office, President Donald Trump traveled to Melbourne, Florida, to give a campaign speech to a crowd of cheering supporters. After arriving on Air Force One to great fanfare, Trump took to the stage and delivered a classically Trump speech in which he rallied against the media and Democrats, and touted what he's done his first weeks in office.

U.S. carrier group patrols in tense South China Sea

U.S. carrier group patrols in tense South China Sea | 18 Feb 2017 | A United States aircraft carrier strike group has begun patrols in the South China Sea amid growing tension with China over control of the disputed waterway and concerns it could become a flashpoint under the new U.S. administration. China's Foreign Ministry on Wednesday warned Washington against challenging its sovereignty in the South China Sea. The U.S.

Radiation levels in one Fukushima reactor high enough to kill a human in two minutes

Radiation levels in one Fukushima reactor high enough to kill a human in two minutes --Robot sent to investigate radiation measurement got stuck because of highly radioactive debris | 18 Feb 2017 | The radiation levels in Fukushima's unit two reactor are so high they could kill a human in two minutes, according to data collected by a robot.

Britain's 110 nuclear alerts are revealed: Safety watchdog makes a mockery of the MoD's claim of just 27 'incidents' in 65 years

Britain's 110 nuclear alerts are revealed: Safety watchdog makes a mockery of the MoD's claim of just 27 'incidents' in 65 years --The figure is four times higher than the Ministry of Defence has acknowledged | 18 Feb 2017 | A chilling catalogue of more than 100 accidents involving Britain's nuclear weapons reveals for the first time how often we may have come close to disaster.

Stop foreign cheating: Trump vows penalties for companies that outsource American jobs

Stop foreign cheating: Trump vows penalties for companies that outsource American jobs | 17 Feb 2017 | President Donald Trump pledged to fight for American jobs in a speech to Boeing workers in Charleston, South Carolina, at the unveiling of a new 787-10 Dreamliner. He also promised to rebuild the US military and punish companies that move jobs overseas.

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