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Prosecutors: Engineer deliberately ran train off tracks in attempt to smash the USNS Mercy

Prosecutors: Engineer deliberately ran train off tracks in attempt to smash the USNS Mercy | 01 April 2020 | An engineer deliberately ran a train off the tracks at high speed near the Port of Los Angeles in an attempt to crash into and damage the USNS Mercy hospital ship, prosecutors say. The Pacific Harbor Line train derailed Tuesday, running through the end of the track and crashing through barriers, finally coming to rest about 250 yards from the docked naval ship. Federal prosecutors allege train engineer Eduardo Moreno, 44, of San Pedro intended to hit the ship, saying he thought it was "suspicious" and did not believe "the ship is what they say it's for.'"

Trump announces enhanced narcotic operations amid coronavirus, deploys destroyers and Air Force assets

Trump announces enhanced narcotic operations amid coronavirus, deploys destroyers and Air Force assets | 01 April 2020 | Flanked by Attorney General Bill Barr, Secretary of Defense Mark Esper, and top military officials at the White House coronavirus briefing on Wednesday, President Trump announced a massive new "counternarcotics operation" in the Eastern Pacific Ocean and Caribbean Sea to "combat the flow of illicit drugs into the United States" by drug cartels "exploiting" the pandemic. "We must not let the drug cartels exploit the pandemic to threaten American lives," Trump said. "In cooperation with the 22 partner nations, U.S. Southern Command will increase surveillance, disruption and seizures of drug shipments and provide additional support for eradication efforts which are going on right now at a record pace." Included in the force package are Navy destroyers, Air Force surveillance planes and helicopters, and ten Coast Guard cutter ships, Trump said, noting that the new forces would double U.S. interdiction capacity in the region -- and help slow the spread of the coronavirus by cutting down on illicit travel.

Swarm of 650 earthquakes rattles Utah, Idaho and California, experts say

Swarm of 650 earthquakes rattles Utah, Idaho and California, experts say | 30 March 2020 | More than 600 earthquakes have hit across Utah and surrounding areas after a 5.7-magnitude quake struck near Salt Lake City about two weeks ago, according to University of Utah Seismograph Stations. As of Monday morning, the University of Utah Seismograph Stations, or UUSS, recorded 658 earthquakes as part of a series of aftershocks. On March 18, a 5.7-magnitude earthquake struck Magna, west of Salt Lake City, McClatchy News reported. The quake was felt from Idaho to California, according to McClatchy News.

Head of Russian coronavirus hospital visited by Putin tests positive for Covid-19

Head of Russian coronavirus hospital visited by Putin tests positive for Covid-19 | 31 March 2020 | Denis Protsenko, head doctor at the main hospital treating coronavirus patients in Moscow has tested positive for Covid-19. President Vladimir Putin visited the clinic just last week, and spend considerable time with Protsenko. The doctor confirmed the news on Facebook and said he is self-isolating in his office... Despite the diagnosis, he is set to continue his work. Protsenko has been a leading figure in the fight against Covid-19 in Russia.

IG Horowitz Found 'Apparent Errors or Inadequately Supported Facts' in Every Single FBI FISA Application He Reviewed

IG Horowitz Found 'Apparent Errors or Inadequately Supported Facts' in Every Single FBI FISA Application He Reviewed | 31 March 2020 | The Justice Department inspector general said it does "not have confidence" in the FBI's FISA application process following an audit that found the Bureau was not sufficiently transparent with the court in 29 applications from 2014 to 2019, all of which included "apparent errors or inadequately supported facts." Inspector General Michael Horowitz released a report in December which found that the FBI included "at least 17 significant errors or omissions in the Carter Page FISA applications and many errors in the Woods Procedures" during its Crossfire Hurricane investigation of the 2016 Trump campaign... Horowitz's office said in a report released Tuesday that of the 29 applications -- all of which involved U.S. citizens -- that were pulled from "8 FBI field offices of varying sizes," the FBI could not find Woods Files for four of the applications, while the other 25 all had "apparent errors or inadequately supported facts." The Woods Procedure dictates that the Justice Department verify the accuracy and provide evidentiary support for all facts stated in its FISA application. The FBI is required to share with the FISA Court all relevant information compiled in the Woods File when applying for a surveillance warrant.

Virginia governor issues statewide stay-at-home order effective through June 10

Virginia governor issues statewide stay-at-home order effective through June 10 | 30 March 2020 | Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam issued a statewide stay-at-home order that's effective immediately and will remain in place until June 10, unless the governor rescinds it. Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam will order state residents to remain at home with some exceptions, as the state steps up its effort to mitigate the spread of COVID-19, a source familiar with the order said. Northam's order will allow people to leave their homes to seek a wide array of essential services like medical attention, food, banking and more.The order will also close the state's beaches to swimming and sunbathing.

Suspected SARS virus and flu samples found in luggage: FBI report describes China's 'biosecurity risk'

Suspected SARS virus and flu samples found in luggage: FBI report describes China's 'biosecurity risk' | 30 March 2020 | In late November 2018, just over a year before the first coronavirus case was identified in Wuhan, China, U.S. Customs and Border Protection agents at Detroit Metro Airport stopped a Chinese biologist with three vials labeled "Antibodies" in his luggage. The biologist told the agents that a colleague in China had asked him to deliver the vials to a researcher at a U.S. institute. After examining the vials, however, customs agents came to an alarming conclusion. "Inspection of the writing on the vials and the stated recipient led inspection personnel to believe the materials contained within the vials may be viable Middle East Respiratory Syndrome (MERS) and Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS) materials," says an unclassified FBI tactical intelligence report obtained by Yahoo News.

New Zealand coronavirus: Police can now enter homes to look for people gathering

New Zealand coronavirus: Police can now enter homes to look for people gathering --Police officers would first issue a warning, then arrest people if needed. -- | 26 March 2020 | Police officers now have the power to enter homes to enforce self-isolation rules. New Zealand entered a four-week lockdown to break the transmission of coronavirus on Thursday. Overnight, police officers have pulled over people who were breaking the self-isolation order — apparently unaware it was in place. Police Commissioner Mike Bush, in a series of radio and TV interviews on Thursday morning, reiterated people will initially see the "friendly face" of police during the lockdown... He said it would "pay" for people to carry workplace identity cards, or letters from employers, to prove they were an essential worker.

Macomb man with COVID-19 says Hydroxychloroquine, Azithromycin saved him

Macomb man with COVID-19 says Hydroxychloroquine, Azithromycin saved him | 31 March 2020 | (Macomb County, MI) A Macomb County patient was recently given a drug typically used for malaria that is showing positive results for beating COVID-19. Jim Santilli said it helped him and he believes it could help others, too. "I was struggling to breathe. I felt like I was slowly drowning and I was sitting there thinking I'm not going to make it until midnight," he said. Santilli says the experimental drugs Hydroxychloroquine and Azithromycin brought him back from the brink. The 38-year old was prescribed the drugs a little more than a week ago at Henry Ford Macomb where he was hospitalized for COVID-19... An infectious disease physician recommended he try both.

'Dark Day': Detroit Police captain dead due to coronavirus, second DPD member to die

'Dark Day': Detroit Police captain dead due to coronavirus, second DPD member to die | 26 March 2020 | The Detroit Police Department said a second member of its force has died in connection to the coronavirus. Capt. Jonathan Parnell, a veteran of the police department for 31 years and led the homicide department died late Tuesday... So far, nine Detroit Police officers have confirmed contracting the virus, warranting the self-isolation of almost 300 officers.

Movement of military vehicles through SoCal is routine and not related to coronavirus, officials say

Movement of military vehicles through SoCal is routine and not related to coronavirus, officials say | 26 March 2020 | After photos and videos of armored military vehicles being moved through Southern California started popping up online with claims that the sight was related to the coronavirus pandemic, officials took to Twitter to quash the rumors and explain it was only routine movement. The images showed hundreds of tank-like vehicles being hauled on a train over the past week, with some social media users tying the movement to Gov. Gavin Newsom’s deployment of the California National Guard to assist with COVID-19 aid efforts. But the Ventura County Sheriff's Department explained on Tuesday that "tanks on train cars" are not related to the state’s efforts to fight the pandemic. The vehicles appear to be Bradley Fighting Vehicles.

Texas governor mandates 14-day coronavirus quarantine for travelers from 7 more states, cities

Texas governor mandates 14-day coronavirus quarantine for travelers from 7 more states, cities | 30 March 2020 | Texas Gov. Greg Abbott has ordered travelers from seven cities and states to be quarantined for 14 days upon entering his state due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. The order applies to anyone traveling to Texas from the states of California, Louisiana, and Washington as well as the cities of Atlanta, Chicago, Detroit, and Miami. "This proclamation shall remain in effect and in full force for as long as Executive Order GA-11 is in effect and in full force, unless otherwise modified, amended, rescinded, or superseded by the governor," Abbott's proclamation said, referring to his March 26 order that imposed quarantines on air travelers coming from other areas "experiencing substantial community spread of COVID-19."

US extends waivers on Iran sanctions amid coronavirus pandemic

US extends waivers on Iran sanctions amid coronavirus pandemic | 30 March 2020 | The State Department has moved to extend waivers for U.S. and foreign companies doing business in Iran to assist that country with its civilian nuclear program. A State Department spokeswoman confirmed to The Associated Press that several waivers had been extended, while sharply criticizing the Iranian government's [alleged] efforts to expand nuclear enrichment... Iranian officials have demanded that U.S. sanctions implemented after the Trump administration withdrew from the Iran nuclear agreement be relaxed in recent days, accusing the sanctions of stifling Iran's ability to obtain basic medical supplies amid the outbreak of coronavirus.

Meadows resigns from Congress, heads to White House

Meadows resigns from Congress, heads to White House | 30 March 2020 | Rep. Mark Meadows (R-N.C.) resigned from Congress Monday evening ahead of starting at the White House as President Trump's next chief of staff, his office announced in a letter. Meadows is expected to begin his new role as Trump's chief of staff on Tuesday. "I write today to inform you that I will resign from the House of Representatives, effective 5:00 p.m. Monday, March 30," he wrote in a letter to Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.).

More than 3,000 people in the US have died from coronavirus

More than 3,000 people in the US have died from coronavirus | 30 March 2020 | At least 3,003 people have died in the United States from Covid-19, according to a CNN tally of data from state health departments. There have been at least 160,698 cases of coronavirus that have been detected and tested in the United States through US public health systems. The total includes cases from every state, the District of Columbia and several US territories, as well as repatriated cases. Hawaii and Wyoming have not reported a death from coronavirus.

Twitter Forces Laura Ingraham to Delete Post on Chloroquine Helping Coronavirus Patients

Twitter Forces Laura Ingraham to Delete Post on Chloroquine Helping Coronavirus Patients | 30 March 2020 | Twitter has forced Fox News host Laura Ingraham to take down a tweet reporting on news that the malaria drug Hydroxychloroquine has been used to successfully treat sufferers of the Chinese virus in New York City hospitals. In a now-deleted tweet, the Fox host reported that "Lenox Hill in New York among many hospitals using Hydroxychloroquine with promising results. One patient was described as 'Lazarus' who was seriously ill from COVID-19, already released. #IngrahamAngle." Twitter told left-wing reporters that Ingraham had been locked out of her account and forced to delete the tweet before regaining access.

Coronavirus update: Bay Area shelter-in-place to be extended until at least May 1

Coronavirus update: Bay Area shelter-in-place to be extended until at least May 1 | 30 March 2020 | The outbreak of COVID-19 is having a major impact across the world but also in cities across Northern California. A shelter-in-place has been issued in the Bay Area, along with a similar order statewide. There are confirmed cases in the nine Bay Area counties... Local emergencies related to coronavirus have been declared in Solano, San Francisco, Santa Clara, San Mateo, Marin, Sonoma, and Alameda counties.

Revealed: Monsanto predicted crop system would damage US farms

Revealed: Monsanto predicted crop system would damage US farms | 30 March 2020 | The US agriculture giant Monsanto and the German chemical giant BASF were aware for years that their plan to introduce a new agricultural seed and chemical system would probably lead to damage on many US farms, internal documents seen by the Guardian show. Risks were downplayed even while they planned how to profit off farmers who would buy Monsanto's new seeds just to avoid damage, according to documents unearthed during a recent successful $265m lawsuit brought against both firms by a Missouri farmer. The documents, some of which date back more than a decade, also reveal how Monsanto opposed some third-party product testing in order to curtail the generation of data that might have worried regulators. And in some of the internal BASF emails, employees appear to joke about sharing "voodoo science" and hoping to stay "out of jail".

UC tells students 'do not' say 'Chinese Virus' and 'do not allow' others to say it, either

Mega barf alert and gag me with a chainsaw: UC tells students 'do not' say 'Chinese Virus' and 'do not allow' others to say it, either --The document directly tells students what names they should use for the virus. | 28 March 2020 | The Council of Chief Diversity Officers [useless jobs with funding eradicated] at the University of California released a "guidance document" to announce "supportive positive and inclusive campus climates during the COVID-19 crisis." The list begins by telling students to "reject racism, sexism, xenophobia and all hateful or intolerant speech, both in person and online," and to "Be an 'up-stander,' and discourage others from engaging in such behavior." "Do not use terms such as 'Chinese Virus' or other terms which cast either intentional or unintentional projections of hatred toward Asian communities, and do not allow the use of these terms by others," the university tells students and faculty, insisting that all members of the campus community refer to the virus as only "COVID-19" OR "coronavirus" in all "oral and written communications."

Trump green-lights call-up of one million reservists to battle Covid-19

Trump green-lights call-up of one million reservists to battle Covid-19 | 27 March 2020 | To help with the Covid-19 coronavirus emergency, US President Donald Trump has signed an executive order authorizing the call-up of up to a million reserve military personnel in the army, navy, air force and coast guard. Secretaries of Defense and Homeland Security - which is in charge of the Coast Guard units not subordinated to the Navy - are now authorized to order individual members and units of the Ready Reserve under their jurisdiction to "active duty not to exceed 24 consecutive months," Trump noted in the executive order signed on Friday evening. The number of mobilized reservists is "not to exceed 1,000,000 members on active duty at any one time."

Trump extending social distancing guidelines to April 30 to slow spread of coronavirus

Trump extending social distancing guidelines to April 30 to slow spread of coronavirus | 29 March 2020 | President Donald Trump is extending the voluntary national shutdown for a month as sickness and death from the coronavirus pandemic rise in the U.S. The initial 15-day period of social distancing urged by the federal government expires Monday and Trump had expressed interest in relaxing the national guidelines at least in parts of the country less afflicted by the pandemic. But instead, he decided to extend them through April 30... Many states and local governments have stiffer controls in place on mobility and gatherings.

Coronavirus Bay Area: Officials say expect shelter-in-place order extension until May 1, sources say

Coronavirus Bay Area: Officials say expect shelter-in-place order extension until May 1, sources say | 30 March 2020 | Bay Area residents should expect an extended shelter-in-place order, past the early April date set by the regional order, officials and sources tell ABC7 News's media partner The Mercury News. This comes after President Trump announced the extension of federal guidelines, despite earlier saying society would [see if it's possible to] "reopen" by Easter. Six Bay Area counties first took action, implementing shelter-in-place-orders to curb the spread of novel coronavirus before Gov. Newsom mandated the order statewide three days after. The order went into effect March 17 and is set to end on April 7.

Incident Management Teams are receiving COVID-19 assignments

Incident Management Teams are receiving COVID-19 assignments --Area Command, Type 1, Type 2, and NIMO teams | 27 March 2020 | At least eight interagency Incident Management Teams have been deployed to work on issues related to the COVID-19 pandemic. These are the teams that usually are assigned on wildfires, hurricanes, and other natural disasters, but can adapt to manage many different kinds of planned or unplanned incidents, organized under the Incident Command System. As we reported earlier, three Area Command Teams were given assignments on March 17 to develop protocols and wildfire response plans for maintaining dispatching, initial attack, and extended attack capability. The plan was for the personnel to work remotely, rather than assemble in one location.

Florida setting up checkpoints for New Yorkers fleeing coronavirus

Florida setting up checkpoints for New Yorkers fleeing coronavirus | 29 March 2020 | Florida has announced it will roll out highway checkpoints to screen New York motorists fleeing the coronavirus hot spot for the Sunshine State. The checkpoint will be created on Interstate 95 in an attempt to stop the spread of coronavirus through the state's northern border, Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis said Saturday, according to the Tampa Bay Times. The Sunshine State has already set up a similar measure on Interstate 10 to discourage travel from hard-hit Louisiana, which has seen more than 3,000 cases. Florida Highway Patrol and sheriff's deputies started screening cars Friday and requiring Louisiana travelers to self-quarantine for 14 days.

TSA security director for several NY airports tests positive for coronavirus

TSA security director for several NY airports tests positive for coronavirus | 29 March 2020 | The TSA’s director of security at several metro-area airports has tested positive for the coronavirus. "While I am required to stay out of work for the next 14 days, I will keep on top of the ongoing activity,” Robert Duffy -- the federal Transportation Security Administration’s director of security at LaGuardia, Islip, Westchester and upstate Stewart airports -- told colleagues Friday in an e-mail obtained by The Post... His e-mail came three days after he reported that a TSA agent at LaGuardia had tested positive for the COVID-19 bug -- at that point, the second at the Queens airport to be infected with the virus. At least 11 TSA employees in the New York area tested positive for the deadly bug before Duffy’s announcement.

Trump sends off '70,000-ton message of hope' to New York harbor for coronavirus response

Trump sends off '70,000-ton message of hope' to New York harbor for coronavirus response | 28 March 2020 | President Trump bid bon voyage Saturday to a U.S. Navy hospital ship bound for New York City "stocked up" with supplies and medical personnel to aid in the coronavirus pandemic response. "This great ship behind me is a 70,000-ton message of hope and solidarity to the incredible people of New York, a place I know very well, a place I love," Trump said before sending off the USNS Comfort... Before saluting the "fully loaded" ship farewell from the pier, Trump praised the 1,200 medical personnel aboard as the military's "greatest weapon" in the pandemic response. The ship has 12 operating rooms, a medical laboratory, a pharmacy, a helicopter deck and more, Trump said.

CDC issues travel advisory for New York, New Jersey, Connecticut

CDC issues travel advisory for New York, New Jersey, Connecticut | 28 March 2020 | The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention issued a travel advisory urging people in New York, New Jersey and Connecticut to "refrain from non-essential domestic travel" for the next two weeks. President Donald Trump had asked the CDC on Saturday to issue the advisory after he had floated the idea of a quarantine earlier in the day. The CDC said this advisory does not apply to employees of critical infrastructure industries, including but not limited to trucking, public health professionals, financial services, and food supply. These employees of critical infrastructure, as defined by the United States Department of Homeland Security and have a special responsibility to maintain normal work schedules.

CDC issues domestic travel advisory as coronavirus deaths double to over 2,000 within two days

CDC issues domestic travel advisory as coronavirus deaths double to over 2,000 within two days | 29 March 2020 | The United States is advising residents of New York, New Jersey and Connecticut not to travel domestically after the number of reported coronavirus deaths doubled to over 2,000 nationwide within two days. It took about a month from the first report of a coronavirus death on February 29 to the number reaching 1,000 on Thursday. By Saturday, the number of reported deaths had doubled to 2,000. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention issued the travel advisory Saturday, urging residents of the three states to "refrain from nonessential domestic travel for 14 days effective immediately."

Trump considers 'enforceable' quarantine in New York, New Jersey and parts of Connecticut

Trump considers 'enforceable' quarantine in New York, New Jersey and parts of Connecticut | 28 March 2020 | President Donald Trump said Saturday that he's considering placing a short-term quarantine on New York, New Jersey and certain parts of Connecticut as the coronavirus outbreak continues to spread. "I'm thinking about that right now. We might not have to do it but there's a possibility that sometime today we’ll do a quarantine," Trump told reporters at the White House Saturday. "Short-term, two week on New York, probably New Jersey and certain parts of Connecticut." Trump said he would make a decision today whether to enforce a quarantine.

Trump authorizes call-up of military reservists to active duty - White House

Trump authorizes call-up of military reservists to active duty - White House | 27 March 2020 | U.S. President Donald Trump on Friday signed an executive order authorizing the secretaries of homeland security and defense to call up military and Coast Guard reservists to active duty, the White House said. Under the order, the two secretaries are authorized to order reservists from the Army, Navy, Air Force and Coast Guard to active duty for up to two years "not to exceed 1,000,000 members on active duty at any one time."

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