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Japan warns citizens to take shelter as North Korea fires missile from capital Pyongyang

Japan warns citizens to take shelter as North Korea fires missile from capital Pyongyang | 14 Sept 2017 | The Japanese government has issued a warning to its citizens after North Korea fired a missile over the country. It was launched from the Sunan district of Pyongyang, South Korea's military said. The missile has flown over Japan, Japan's NHK television said, but the government is warning citizens to avoid touching anything that looks like debris. Japanese chief cabinet secretary Yoshihide Suga said there is no evidence yet of any missile fragments landed on Japanese territory. The UN Security Council imposed its eighth round of sanctions on the country over its banned missile and nuclear programmes.

President Trump and Melania hand out sandwiches to victims before surveying Irma's aftermath

Trump touches down in Florida after flying over hurricane-ravaged state: President and Melania hand out sandwiches to victims before surveying Irma's aftermath as he praises recovery efforts --He told locals: 'We are there for you 100 percent' | 14 Sept 2017 | President Donald Trump flew to hurricane-devastated Florida to view recovery efforts, meet with residents who had their lives upended by the latest storm, and give a political plug to the state's GOP governor, Rick Scott. 'This is a state that I know very well as you understand,' the president said after meeting with Floridians in Naples...'We love these people - we're going to be back, and we're going to help them,' Trump said. The president handed out sandwiches to people who lined up in Naples to get a meal and perhaps shake hands and get a selfie with Trump.

 

Criminal probe opened into 8 heat-related deaths at Florida nursing home

Criminal probe opened into 8 heat-related deaths at Florida nursing home | 13 Sept 2017 | Federal, state and local authorities have opened a criminal investigation into the deaths of eight nursing home residents who died of apparent heat-related causes after their facility lost air conditioning during the power outage triggered by Hurricane Irma. The Florida Agency for Health Care Administration on Wednesday ordered the Rehabilitation Center at Hollywood Hills temporarily closed, CBS12 and Fox reported. The development came less than a day after emergency teams descended on the nursing home early Wednesday when police got a 911 call about a heart attack...In recent years, the facility had been cited by Florida Agency for Health Care Administration for problems with temporary generators.

At least 15 soldiers injured in explosion at Fort Bragg, officials say

At least 15 soldiers injured in explosion at Fort Bragg, officials say | 14 Sept 2017 | At least 15 soldiers were injured in an explosion at a training field on Fort Bragg on Thursday, WRAL reported. The soldiers were all members of the U.S. Army Special Operations Command, according to WRAL. The conditions of the soldiers were not immediately known, but several were transported by medical helicopter to Womack Army Medical Center. The incident at Fort Bragg comes just a day after a vehicle fire at Camp Pendleton in California left 15 Marines injured -- eight of them in the burn unit -- following a training exercise accident.

Camp Pendleton accident injures 15 Marines, five critically

Camp Pendleton accident injures 15 Marines, five critically | 14 Sept 2017 | Fifteen Marines were injured and five were in critical condition at hospitals in Orange and San Diego counties, after an assault amphibious vehicle burst into flames during a training accident Wednesday morning, Sept. 13, at this seaside military base, officials said. Marine Corps officials are investigating the cause of the accident that injured members of the 3rd Assault Amphibian Battalion. The accident is the second-largest multiple-injury incident in the last two years at the Marine Corps base. Five other Marines are listed in serious condition, one in stable condition, and two have minor injuries, said 1st Lt. Paul Gainey.

Saudi government allegedly funded a 'dry run' for 9/11

Saudi government allegedly funded a 'dry run' for 9/11 | 09 Aug 2017 | Fresh evidence submitted in a major 9/11 lawsuit moving forward against the Saudi Arabian government reveals its embassy in Washington may have funded a "dry run" for the hijackings carried out by two Saudi employees, further reinforcing the claim that employees and agents of the kingdom directed and aided the 9/11 hijackers and plotters. Two years before the airliner attacks, the Saudi Embassy paid for two Saudi nationals, living undercover in the US as students, to fly from Phoenix to Washington "in a dry run for the 9/11 attacks," alleges the amended complaint filed on behalf of the families of some 1,400 victims who died in the terrorist attacks 16 years ago. The court filing provides new details that paint "a pattern of both financial and operational support" for the 9/11 conspiracy from official Saudi sources, lawyers for the plaintiffs say. In fact, the Saudi government may have been involved in underwriting the attacks from the earliest stages -- including testing cockpit security.

Pumpkin Spice Lattes fund 'white supremacy' in Trump White House - feminist group

SJW insanity reaches tipping point: Pumpkin Spice Lattes fund 'white supremacy' in Trump White House - feminist group | 14 Sept 2017 | "Pumpkin spice just doesn't taste as good when you add a shot of racism," a feminist leader explained as the fall flavor began to pop up in coffee shops around the country. This is a shockingly weird claim, but it shouldn't be surprising. A feminist nonprofit is running a campaign to convince festive imbibers of Pumpkin Spice Lattes they're unknowingly boosting the cause of white supremacy. The co-founder of UltraViolet issued the "shot of racism" statement Sept. 6.

Thousands evacuated from Moscow buildings as Russian cities inundated with bomb threats

Thousands evacuated from Moscow buildings as Russian cities inundated with bomb threats | 13 Sept 2017 | Over 20 shopping centers, railway stations and universities had to be evacuated in Moscow, following warnings that they had been rigged with explosives. In total, 190 sites have been evacuated across 17 Russian cities after bomb threats, a security source told RIA news agency. "This appears to be a case of telephone terrorism, but we have to check the credibility of these messages," an emergency service source told Tass news agency, noting that the calls began at the same time, and continued after the evacuations had begun. Tass reported that over 20,000 people had been affected by the evacuation in Moscow alone.

Irma, Now a Tropical Storm, Leaves Six Million Without Power in Florida

Irma, Now a Tropical Storm, Leaves Six Million Without Power in Florida | 11 Sept 2017 | Irma was downgraded to a tropical storm Monday morning after a terrifying weekend where the devastating superstorm battered much of Florida with triple-digit winds and plunged millions of residents into darkness. The extent of the damage after a day of triple-digit winds and raging waters was slow to emerge as morning broke and officials began assessing the damage while first responders began searching for casualties. Florida's largest utility reported that the storm had knocked out power to nearly three-quarters of its customers. More than 6.5 million residents across the state woke up Monday to no electricity.

Florida rapper sparks outrage with new music video which shows him lynching a young white boy

Florida rapper sparks outrage with new music video which shows him lynching a young white boy | 13 Sept 2017 | A rapper has been condemned over his latest music video which shows him lynching a young white boy. XXXTentacion's video for Look at Me shows him fitting a noose around the young blond-haired child's neck and raising him off the ground on a stage. The child's feet are seen twitching - a common phenomenon during hanging - before he goes limp. The rapper claims the video decries racial violence across the board and says the lynching scene is a part of that...But critics slammed him for using a child to make his point with such 'disturbing' imagery.

Start-up company called Bodega is slammed for 'cultural appropriation' and 'racism'

Start-up company called Bodega is slammed for 'cultural appropriation' and 'racism' after it reveals plan for vending machines that could replace corner stores --Users online called it 'racist,' 'awful,' 'disrespectful,' and a 'gentrification box' --The company's social media pages already seem to have been taken down | 13 Sept 2017 | A new Silicon Valley startup has enraged the internet with its name, logo, and purpose on the day of its launch. The company, called Bodega, plans to install unmanned smart pantry boxes in apartments, offices, dorms, and gyms, which would effectively kill off the very corner stores the startup is named after - its logo is also a cat, a staple of every real-life bodega. When Fast Company published a feature on the startup - which is run by two ex-Googlers - on Wednesday, the piece sent internet commenters into a fury, calling out the company for insensitivity, cultural appropriation, and gentrification.

Harvard pays students to host 'brave spaces' for social justice

Mega barf alert: Harvard pays students to host 'brave spaces' for social justice | 13 Sept 2017 | Harvard University is paying students to facilitate "brave spaces" on "social justice, diversity, and inclusion issues" at the elite institution. According to a job posting on the school's website, the university is looking to hire 20 "Diversity Peer Educators" (DPEs), who will be paid $11 per hour to commit to a year-long program for hosting "peer-to-peer dialogues that address a wide range of social justice, diversity, and inclusion issues and topics." Created by the [Orwellian] Harvard Office for Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion (OEDI), the program vows to benefit the university by "fostering brave spaces across campus" where students can "advocate" and "amplify the voices that need to be heard."

US Senate votes against amendment to stop 'endless' war in Iraq and Afghanistan

US Senate votes against amendment to stop 'endless' war in Iraq and Afghanistan | 13 Aug 2017 | The US Senate has voted 61-36 to kill the amendment, proposed by Senator Rand Paul (R-Kentucky) which would repeal the 2001 and 2002 Authorizations for Use of Military Force (AUMF) in Afghanistan and Iraq. The Senate can't repeal the AUMF without replacing it with a new authorization, said Senator John McCain (R-Sociopath-Arizona). Paul had vowed to delay the passage of the $700-billion dollar National Defense [sic] Authorization Act (NDAA) if he didn't get a vote on repealing the AUMF. "We have been there for 16 years. It is time for [the wars] to end. It is time for Congress to vote on whether or not they should end," Paul said on Monday.

Eight Dead After Florida Nursing Home Goes Without Air Conditioning After Irma

Eight Dead After Florida Nursing Home Goes Without Air Conditioning After Irma | 13 Sept 2017 | (Hollywood, FL) Eight people are dead and more than 100 have been evacuated to hospitals from a nursing home that had no air conditioning after Hurricane Irma, officials said Wednesday. The nursing home, the Rehabilitation Center at Hollywood Hills, had electricity but the transformer that powered the air conditioning had sustained a "prolonged power failure," the administrator said in a statement provided to NBC 6, a local television station. Initially, three people were discovered dead inside the nursing home, according to Craig T. Mallak, chief of the Broward County Medical Examiner and Trauma Services office, and another died en route to Memorial Regional Hospital.

Sanders introduces universal health care, backed by 15 Democrats

Sanders introduces universal health care, backed by 15 Democrats | 13 Aug 2017 | Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) introduced legislation Wednesday that would expand Medicare into a universal health insurance program with the backing of at least 15 Democratic senators -- a record level of support for an idea that had been relegated to the fringes during the last Democratic Deep State-owned presidency. Sanders's bill, the Medicare for All Act of 2017, has no chance of passage in a Republican-run Congress. But after months of behind-the-scenes meetings and a public pressure campaign, the bill is already backed by most of the senators seen as likely 2020 Democratic candidates -- if not by most senators facing tough reelection battles in 2018.

Shooting at Spokane-area high school leaves 1 dead, three wounded

Shooting at Spokane-area high school leaves 1 dead, three wounded | 13 Aug 2017 | One person is dead and three others have been wounded in a shooting at a high school south of Spokane. The Spokesman-Review reports at least four people have been shot, including the victim who died. A suspect, identified as a student at the school, has been taken into custody, according to the newspaper. Dr. Jeff Collins, the chief physician at Providence Sacred Heart Medical Center and Children's Hospital in Spokane, told the newspaper three victims were admitted to the hospital. "We’re all hands on deck," Collins told The Spokesman-Review. "We train for this regularly." 

Russia sends 4,000 tons of pipes, cables and machinery in reconstruction aid to Syria - MoD

Russia sends 4,000 tons of pipes, cables and machinery in reconstruction aid to Syria - MoD | 13 Sept 2017 | Russia is preparing to send more than 4,000 tons of materials and over 40 pieces of construction equipment to Syria to help the war-torn country in its multibillion-dollar reconstruction effort. The shipment of industrial aid that is currently being readied for dispatch will consist of "more than 40 units of construction equipment," such as bulldozers, excavators and cranes, Russia's Defense Ministry said. In addition, the country will receive "over 2 thousand tons of metal pipes" that would be used to restore water infrastructure as well as "hundreds of kilometers of high-voltage and fiber-optic cables" to restore electricity and communications lines.

Senate Intel slips sentence into bill that could lead to spying on US citizens

Senate Intel slips sentence into bill that could lead to spying on US citizens | 12 Sept 2017 | A Senate panel may be stealthily trying to give federal law enforcement a new tool to go after the anti-secrecy group WikiLeaks and its U.S. collaborators. A one-sentence "Sense of Congress" clause was tacked onto the end of a massive 11,700-word bill that was approved by the Senate Intelligence Committee and is likely to come before the full Senate later this month. The clause says that WikiLeaks "resembles a non-state hostile intelligence service" and that the U.S. government "should treat it as such."

Protesters hassle frat over 'cops and robbers'-themed party

As Halloween approaches, SJW insanity soars to the Stratosphere: Protesters hassle frat over 'cops and robbers'-themed party --"These 'costumes' make a joke of mass incarceration and the prison-industrial complex." | 12 Sept 2017 | An organized group of students shut down a "cops and robbers"-themed fraternity event at the University of Virginia Friday night because it made "a joke of mass incarceration." Attendees at the function wore costumes depicting police officers and inmates, and were met by a group of about 20 protesters organized by "UVa Students United," a student group that describes itself as a "coalition of students from around the University community taking direct action and organizing for a more accessible, democratic, and inclusive UVa." ...The protesters were not mollified by the fraternity members’ claims that they had no intention of "offending or hurting anyone," arguing that the theme of the party contributes to white supremacy.

Seattle Mayor Ed Murray to resign following multiple accusations of sexual abuse

Seattle Mayor Ed Murray to resign following multiple accusations of sexual abuse | 12 Sept 2017 | Seattle Mayor Ed Murray (D) has announced plans to resign following multiple accusations of sexual abuse after a fifth accuser -- who is the mayor's younger cousin -- came forward and alleged that Murray repeatedly molested him in the 1970s. Murray, 62, announced Tuesday that he will step down effective 5 p.m. Wednesday. The mayor had already said that he wouldn't seek a second term.

Investigation ordered into Clinton lawyers accused of deleting emails

Investigation ordered into Clinton lawyers accused of deleting emails | 11 Sept 2017 | A Maryland county judge has ordered the state bar to investigate three lawyers accused of deleting thousands of Hillary Clinton's emails. Circuit Judge Paul F. Harris Jr. ruled Monday that the Attorney Grievance Commission and Office of Bar Counsel Maryland Office of Bar Counsel must look into complaints against Cheryl Mills, Heather Samuelson and David E. Kendall, citing "allegations of destroying evidence," according to the Washington Times. The ruling came after Ty Clevenger, an attorney in New York City, filed the complaint.

Vanity Fair outrage: Michelle Obama, not Melania Trump, makes International Best Dressed List and people blame politics

Absolute lunacy: Vanity Fair outrage: Michelle Obama, not Melania Trump, makes International Best Dressed List and people blame politics | 07 Sept 2017 | Vanity Fair just released its annual International Best Dressed List, but there's one name in particular that's missing and people have taken notice. First Lady Melania Trump didn't make the cut, although her predecessor, Michelle Obama, did (not for the first time). But while no Trump family members are on the list, the Washington Post points out that Melania's go-to stylist, Hervé Pierre -- who dressed the First Lady for her husband's inaugural ball, along with several other high-profile events -- was named.

Out-of-staters may have won New Hampshire for Clinton, data suggest

Out-of-staters may have won New Hampshire for Clinton, data suggest --New figures could potentially call into question validity of New Hampshire results for Nov. 8 | 08 Sept 2017 | New data suggest that more than 5,000 people who cast ballots in New Hampshire in the 2016 U.S. presidential election might not have been residents of the state. These voters likely used out-of-state driver's licenses and have not since obtained an in-state license or registered a vehicle. New Hampshire House Speaker Shawn Jasper, a Republican, released the data Thursday following his inquiries to the state's Department of State and the Department of Safety, which supervise elections. The new figures could potentially call into question the validity of the New Hampshire results for Nov. 8, when Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton out-polled Republican nominee Donald Trump by a mere 2,736 votes.

Supreme Court temporarily restores Trump's travel ban

Supreme Court temporarily restores Trump's travel ban | 11 Sept 2017 | The Supreme Court on Monday granted a request from the Trump administration and temporarily blocked a federal appeals court's ruling that placed restrictions on the president's travel ban. In a one-page decision signed by Justice Anthony Kennedy, the high court halted a ruling by the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals last week that prohibited the government from barring entrance to refugees who had been offered help by a US-based resettlement agency. Kennedy's order puts the San Francisco-based appeals court's ruling on hold until the parties challenging the ban can submit written arguments to the court by Tuesday afternoon.

Bomb threat prompts closure of Santa Monica Pier

Bomb threat prompts closure of Santa Monica Pier | 11 Sept 2017 | The Santa Monica Pier was evacuated and temporarily closed down because of a bomb threat Monday. Authorities urged people to avoid the area as a bomb robot searched the parking lot. Santa Monica police said two calls came in, one from Hawthorne around 12:30 p.m. and then one from Culver City, regarding bomb threats.

Disney accused of price-gouging water and food for residents stuck at their hotels while the park is closed

Disney accused of price-gouging water and food for residents stuck at their hotels while the park is closed | 11 Sept 2017 | Walt Disney World in Florida has been accused of price-gouging for charging guests high prices while they were stuck in their hotels during Hurricane Irma. Jennifer Bruns from Northbrook, Illinois, lashed out at the owners of the Orlando entertainment complex, whose sister park in California is known as the 'happiest place on earth', for selling expensive drinks and snacks to stranded people. The theme park closed on Saturday following the forecast that the hurricane, which has left up to 4.5million Florida residents without electricity, would hit the state as a Category Five.

National Guardsman is arrested for threatening to kill Vice President Mike Pence at the 9/11 memorial in Pennsylvania

National Guardsman is arrested for threatening to kill Vice President Mike Pence at the 9/11 memorial in Pennsylvania | 11 Sept 2017 | A National Guardsman was charged with disorderly conducts and making terroristic threats towards Vice President Mike Pence before his visit to Pennsylvania on 9/11. Twenty-two-year-old William Robert Dunbar of Berlin, New Jersey was charged Saturday after his comments before Pence's trip for the annual observance of the Flight 93 crash. Richland Township police claim that Dunbar was on duty at the Army National Guard Training Center when he said, 'If someone pays me enough money, I will kill the vice president.' Witnesses said they contacted commanding officers after they heard Dunbar make the threat twice.

NBC's Kerry Sanders helps rescue two dolphins who were stranded after Hurricane Irma's massive storm surge

NBC's Kerry Sanders helps rescue two dolphins who were stranded on Marco Island after a massive storm surge caused by Hurricane Irma | 11 Sept 2017 | NBC's Kerry Sanders was one of many reporters who spent days in Florida warning the public to get out of harm's way as Hurricane Irma barrelled into the Sunshine State. However, he's the only correspondent who, while reporting live, helped rescue two dolphins that became stranded on Marco Island. Sanders was in the middle of reporting on a storm surge that came in on the south side of the island after Irma touched down in the area just before he helped rescue a baby dolphin. A passerby who spotted the baby dolphin walked up to Sanders and asked for his help.

Shorelines drained in eerie effect of Hurricane Irma

Shorelines drained in eerie effect of Hurricane Irma | 10 Sept 2017 | Hurricane Irma's extraordinary strength has caused a seemingly unusual meteorological phenomena: the eerie pushing of water away from shorelines in the Bahamas and the Gulf Coast of Florida. Jason Beisel, a spokesman for the Florida city of Clearwater, described the scene in a tweet on Sunday: "Creepy site - water in Tampa Bay is already being sucked out. This is view from downtown St. Pete waterfront." In Charlotte Harbor, the second largest bay in Florida, Dylan Branscome posted a video on Facebook showing dry, sandy landscape as if the bay had evaporated.

Ahead of Ben Shapiro's Speech, UC Berkeley Offers Counseling Services to Students If They Feel 'Threatened'

Ahead of Ben Shapiro's Speech, UC Berkeley Offers Counseling Services to Students If They Feel 'Threatened' | 08 Sept 2017 | Ahead of a talk from conservative political commentator Ben Shapiro at UC Berkeley, a letter has been sent by the university to students, faculty and staff, stating that counseling services will be made available to those who feel "threatened or harassed" by certain speakers. "We are deeply concerned about the impact some speakers may have on individuals' sense of safety and belonging," the letter states. The letter also highlighted a slew of security measures that will be taken during Shapiro's appearance, noting an "increased and highly visible police presence."

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