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Congresswoman Rashida Tlaib on Trump: 'Impeach the Motherf-cker'

Congresswoman Rashida Tlaib on Trump: 'Impeach the Motherf-cker' | 03 Jan 2019 | Hours after Rep. Rashida Tlaib made headlines for being sworn in as one of the two first Muslim female members of Congress on Thursday (alongside Minnesota's Ilhan Omar), she told a cheering crowd about her mission against Donald Trump: "Impeach the motherfucker." Speaking at a reception for the MoveOn campaign on Thursday night, the Michigan Democrat recalled a conversation she had with her son. She quoted her boy saying: "'Look, Mama, you won. Bullies don't win,'" Tlaib told the crowd. "And I said, 'Baby, they don't.’ Because we're gonna go in there and impeach the motherfucker."

Trump inclined to declare national emergency if talks continue to stall

Trump inclined to declare national emergency if talks continue to stall | 06 Jan 2019 | President Donald Trump is inclined to declare a national emergency to secure military funding for his long-promised southern border wall if talks between administration officials and top lawmakers from both parties continue to stall, a White House official told CNN on Saturday. While not the administration's preferred plan, the use of emergency powers to fund the wall "provides a way out" amid a series of contentious meetings and disagreements among Department of Homeland Security officials and Democratic lawmakers over basic facts related to border security, the official said. "We can only stay like this for so long," said the official, who attended both meetings with congressional officials at the White House led by Trump this week, explaining that factual disputes have hung up discussions.

Trump: 'I may declare a national emergency' to build wall

Trump: 'I may declare a national emergency' to build wall | 06 Jan 2019 | President Donald Trump said Sunday that he might declare a national emergency imminently to secure money for his border wall. "I may declare a national emergency, dependent on what's going to happen over the next few days," Trump told reporters as he left the White House for Camp David. A White House official told CNN on Saturday that Trump was leaning towards declaring a national emergency to use military funding for his wall. Trump has demanded Congress appropriate money for the wall, and his dispute with Democrats over the issue pushed the government into an ongoing partial shutdown.

USS Fort McHenry to Advance US 'National Interests' in Black Sea - 6th Fleet

USS Fort McHenry to Advance US 'National Interests' in Black Sea - 6th Fleet | 06 Jan 2019 | An American landing ship, the USS Fort McHenry, has entered the Black Sea, in what Commander Lisa Franchetti of the 6th Fleet said was a routine operation to uphold security. "USS Fort McHenry's transit into the Black Sea reaffirms our collective resolve to Black Sea security and enhances our strong relationships with our NATO allies and partners in the region," she said. The Whidbey Island-class ship follows a fleet of guided-missile destroyers including the USS Ross, USS Carney, and USS Porter who conducted operations in the Black Sea last year.

Congo's Ebola outbreak exceeds 600 cases, WHO says

Congo's Ebola outbreak exceeds 600 cases, WHO says | 04 Jan 2019 | There are more than 600 confirmed or probable cases of Ebola in Congo, the World Health Organization (WHO) said on Friday. The majority of new cases occurred in cities and urban areas in eastern North Kivu province, where an Ebola outbreak was declared in August...A hospital was attacked by protesters in the city of Beni which resulted in fewer [deadly] Ebola vaccines being handed out, the WHO said.

Representative reintroduces impeachment articles against President Donald Trump

Representative reintroduces impeachment articles against President Donald Trump | 03 Jan 2019 | Congressman Brad Sherman, D-Sherman Oaks, announced Thursday that he and another congressman have reintroduced articles of impeachment against President Donald Trump. Fellow Democrat Congressman Al Green of Texas co-sponsored the reintroduced articles of impeachment for high crimes and misdemeanors...Sherman said that he hopes the articles of impeachment are the subject of hearings before the Judiciary Committee early in 2019. He initially filed articles of impeachment back in July 2017, saying Trump obstructed justice in the Russia investigation.

Berkeley researcher finds Cuba 'sonic attack' sound is actually the echoing call of an insect: the Indies short-tailed cricket

Berkeley researcher finds Cuba 'sonic attack' sound is actually the echoing call of an insect: the Indies short-tailed cricket | 05 Jan 2019 | When US embassy staff in Cuba became mysteriously ill after hearing loud piercing sounds, US officials blamed nefarious secret agents for launching "sonic attacks." The incidents, which occurred between 2016 and 2018, saw dozens of US staff at the embassy experience a range of health issues such as nausea, headaches, and vertigo and lead to the removal of the majority of the embassy staff from the island... But theories that the notorious "Havana Syndrome" was the work of some Cold War-era conspiracy have apparently been contradicted by scientist Alexander Stubbs of the University of California, Berkeley, who this week published a study pinpointing the source of the mystery noise. Presenting his findings to the Annual Meeting of the Society for Integrative and Comparative Biology, Stubbs suggests that the noises heard by staff were instead from the echoing call of an insect, the Indies short-tailed cricket.

Citizen of the world: Ex-Marine detained in Russia on espionage charges holds multiple passports

Citizen of the world: Ex-Marine detained in Russia on espionage charges holds multiple passports | 04 Jan 2019 | The plot thickens in the case of a former US Marine who was detained on spying charges in Russia before the New Year. It has emerged that Paul Whelan also holds UK and Irish passports, and maybe a Canadian one. The American was arrested in a posh hotel overlooking the Kremlin in Moscow by Federal Security Service (FSB) before the New Year. He was put in custody and charged with espionage a few days later, facing between 10 to 20 years in prison if found guilty.

Mueller gets a six-month grand jury extension for his 'Russia collusion' investigation that began in July 2017

Mueller gets a six-month grand jury extension for his 'Russia collusion' investigation that began in July 2017 | 04 Jan 2019 | A federal judge has consented to extending a grand jury so that Special Counsel Robert Mueller can continue to bring evidence and seek indictments in the Russia probe. A grand jury was first impaneled in July of 2017 to consider evidence in the investigation. Mueller was given a broad mandate to investigate any collusion between the Trump campaign and Russians as well as related matters. The 18-month extension was set to expire, and now will continue through the summer with a six-month extension.

American Airlines flight heading from LAX to New York is forced into an emergency landing in Phoenix after a 'sudden burst of smoke' and strange odor on board

American Airlines flight heading from LAX to New York is forced into an emergency landing in Phoenix after a 'sudden burst of smoke' and strange odor on board | 04 Jan 2019 | A 'sudden burst of smoke' and strange odor on board an American Airlines flight forced it into an emergency landing. The New York-bound flight leaving from Los Angeles International Airport on Wednesday was just one hour and 36 minutes into the scheduled 5:17 a.m. ET. landing. Terron Austin, a passenger on board, tweeted that the Airbus A321 was diverted to Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport - 372 miles east of LAX.

US economy added 312,000 jobs in December, blowing past expectations

US economy added 312,000 jobs in December, blowing past expectations | 04 Jan 2019 | U.S. employers added 312,000 jobs in December, blowing past Wall Street’s expectations for an increase of 177,000 jobs...The unemployment rate rose to 3.9 percent, while the labor force participation rate also rose slightly to 63.1 percent from 62.9 percent during the month. Average hourly earnings meanwhile rose by 11 cents to $27.48. Over the year, average hourly earnings have increased by a total of 84 cents, or about 3.2 percent.

12 Percent: Paul Ryan's Favorability Bottoms Out as Former Speaker Leaves Congress

12 Percent: Paul Ryan's Favorability Bottoms Out as Former Speaker Leaves Congress [LOL!] | 03 Jan 2019 | Former House Speaker [Deep State dirt-bag] Paul Ryan leaves Congress with one of the lowest favorability ratings a Speaker has ever had, bottoming out at a negligible 12 percent in a final poll from Civiqs. The survey showed only 12 percent viewed Ryan favorably, while a supermajority of 71 percent viewed him unfavorably and 17 percent were unsure.

Nancy Pelosi retakes gavel as speaker of the House

Nancy Pelosi retakes gavel as speaker of the House | 03 Jan 2019 | California Rep. Nancy Pelosi was elected as House speaker Thursday -- returning her to a position she last held in January 2011 as Democrats took control of the lower chamber. Pelosi carried 220 of the 235 Democrats in the House. There are also 199 Republicans, with one vacancy in a contested North Carolina district. A number of Democrats voted against Pelosi, including Utica Rep. Anthony Brindisi, who voted for Joe Biden, who is not in Congress.

'Wall is Coming': Trump raises stakes with another Game of Thrones meme

'Wall is Coming': Trump raises stakes with another Game of Thrones meme | 03 Jan 2019 | US President Donald Trump has taken his battle against Democrats over a border wall to Instagram, posting a 'Game of Thrones'-inspired meme he has previously used to threaten Iran. The photo, showing a barrier of sharpened steel spikes bisecting a desert under the president's frowning visage, declares "The Wall is Coming" in the same typeface used by the popular HBO fantasy show. HBO has long used "Winter is coming" -- the slogan of the fictional House Stark of Westeros -- to promote 'Game of Thrones,' a show based on the books by George R.R. Martin whose final season is due to air in April.

New York City gender 'X' birth certificate law begins

New York City gender 'X' birth certificate law begins | 31 Dec 2018 | New York City residents are about to have a new option for denoting gender on their birth certificates: gender "X." A law allowing the choice of "X'' takes effect Tuesday. It allows people to change their birth certificates to "X'' by attesting that it reflects their "true gender identity." Parents also can choose "X'' for newborns.

US to Keep Special Operations Forces in Afghanistan - Reports

US to Keep Special Operations Forces in Afghanistan - Reports | 03 Jan 2019 | The United States plans to withdraw around 7,000 out of its 14,000 troops deployed in Afghanistan, however, the direct-action Special Operations Forces (SOF) will remain in the country to continue strike missions against the Taliban militants and the Daesh (also known as ISIS/ISIL/IS [and I-CIA-SIS]) terror group, media reported. Gen. Austin Scott Miller, the commander of the US and NATO forces in the Asian country, sought to implement the plan over the next eight to 12 months, Military.com reported, citing an informed source speaking on the condition of anonymity.

Second White House meeting scheduled as shutdown drags toward week three

Second White House meeting scheduled as shutdown drags toward week three | 02 Jan 2019 | A partial government shutdown showed no signs of ending Wednesday as congressional leaders left what appeared to be an unproductive meeting with President Trump. Before and after the meeting, there was little talk of compromise as Trump and Democrats battled over his demand for border-wall funding, all but assuring the shutdown will barrel into a third week. Trump invited congressional leaders back to the White House for another round of talks on Friday, the day after Democrats assume the House majority, according to House Republican Leader Kevin McCarthy (Calif.).

Rand Paul: No 'appetite' for Romney 2020 White House bid

Rand Paul: No 'appetite' for Romney 2020 White House bid | 02 Jan 2019 | Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.) predicted on Wednesday that there isn't an "appetite" for a 2020 White House bid by incoming Sen. Mitt Romney (R- Deep State scum-bag -Utah), whose recent criticism of President Trump is fueling talk of a potential primary challenge. "I don't think there's an appetite for a Romney run within the Republican Party," Paul told reporters during a conference call on Wednesday, asked if Romney should "declare his intentions" for 2020. Romney is under criticism from Trump, conservative allies and even some of his soon-to-be colleagues for a sharply critical Washington Post op-ed where he claimed Trump "has not risen to the mantle" of the presidency. Paul, an ally of Trump's in the Senate, has been critical of Romney's op-ed. He tweeted earlier Wednesday that Romney is trying "to signal how virtuous he is."

Exculpatory Russia evidence about Mike Flynn that US intel kept secret

Exculpatory Russia evidence about Mike Flynn that US intel kept secret | 02 Jan 2019 | For nearly two years now, the intelligence community has kept secret evidence in the Russia collusion case that directly undercuts the portrayal of retired Army general and former Trump national security adviser Michael Flynn as a Russian stooge...Yes, the Pentagon did give a classified briefing to Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Chuck Grassley (R-Iowa) in May 2017, but then it declined the senator's impassioned plea three months later to make some of that briefing information public. Were the information Grassley requested [in August 2017] made public, America would have learned this, according to my sources:

Before Flynn made his December 2015 trip to Moscow -- as a retired general and then-adviser to Donald Trump's presidential campaign -- he alerted his former employer, the DIA... He then attended a "defensive" or "protective" briefing before he ever sat alongside Vladimir Putin at the Russia Today (RT) dinner, or before he talked with Russian Ambassador Sergey Kislyak... When Flynn returned from Moscow, he spent time briefing intelligence officials on what he learned during the Moscow contacts. Between two and nine intelligence officials attended the various meetings with Flynn about the RT event...

'I never said fast or slow': Trump has vague timeline for 'sand and death' Syria withdrawal

'I never said fast or slow': Trump has vague timeline for 'sand and death' Syria withdrawal | 02 Jan 2019 | President Donald Trump told reporters that his planned withdrawal of US troops from Syria would take place over an unspecified "period of time," adding that previous reports of a withdrawal within four months were false...Speaking at a cabinet meeting on Wednesday, Trump denied giving the military a concrete timeline. "I never said fast or slow" he told reporters. "Somebody said four months, but I never said that either," the president added...At Wednesday's meeting, Trump also touched on his planned withdrawal of some US troops from Afghanistan, where they have been fighting Taliban militants for 17 years. "It's the craziest thing I've ever seen," Trump said, adding that the US should pull out and let Islamic State (IS, formerly ISIS [but still I-CIA-SIS]) and the Taliban fight each other. "Why isn't India there? Pakistan? Russia?" Trump asked. "Why do we have to be?" [Exactly!]

People are slashing tires on self-driving vehicles in Arizona

People are slashing tires on self-driving vehicles in Arizona [Excellent! It's about time.] | 31 Dec 2018 | More than 20 driverless vehicles in Arizona have reportedly been vandalized in the last two years. As the prominence of self-driving cars grows in Waymo's test market of Chandler, Ariz., a city near Phoenix, so do attacks on the vehicles, according to The New York Times. The attacks include the slashing of tires of Waymo vans, which are owned by Google's parent company [Hahaha!], and rocks being thrown at the vehicles, according to police reports reviewed by the Times. Tempers have flared at the self-driving vehicles since a pedestrian in Arizona was killed by a self-driving Uber car last year.

Manchester Victoria station stabbings 'a terrorist investigation'

Manchester Victoria station stabbings 'a terrorist investigation' | 01 Jan 2019 | The stabbing of three people - including a police officer - in Manchester is being treated as a terrorist investigation, police say. A man, aged 25, was arrested on suspicion of attempted murder after the attack on New Year's Eve at the city's Victoria railway station. Two knives were recovered at the scene and a property is being searched in the Cheetham Hill area. The BBC understands the security services are assisting police.

Elizabeth Warren launches exploratory committee in step toward 2020 presidential run

Elizabeth Warren launches exploratory committee in step toward 2020 presidential run | 31 Dec 2018 | Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren said Monday she is filing paperwork to launch an exploratory committee for president, taking her first major step toward a 2020 run for the White House. "Today, I’m launching an exploratory committee for president," Warren, 69, a Democrat, said in a video released to supporters...At an afternoon news conference in Cambridge, Mass., Warren told reporters that she is "in this fight all the way."

It's official: Ukraine marks birthday of Nazi collaborator Stepan Bandera

It's official: Ukraine marks birthday of Nazi collaborator Stepan Bandera | 01 Jan 2019 | While the world celebrates the new year, [Deep State-armed and funded] Ukraine has marked the birthday of Stepan Bandera, a nationalist leader and Nazi ally, regarded as a hero by many in the country. From 2019, the day is an official holiday. Thousands of people carrying Ukrainian flags, torches and chanting pro-Bandera slogans marched in the center of Kiev on Tuesday. A similar event -- on a smaller scale -- was held in city of Lvov in the west of the country. While Ukrainian nationalists have been gathering annually for the birthday anniversary of Bandera, this year January 1 became an official national holiday. The legislation was approved this December by the Ukrainian Parliament.

3 injured in Manchester rail station stabbing, attacker reportedly shouted 'Allah'

3 injured in Manchester rail station stabbing, attacker reportedly shouted 'Allah' | 01 Jan 2019 | Three people, including a police officer, have been injured in a stabbing incident at a tram stop in Manchester, England on New Year's Eve. The station is closed for a police investigation. The suspect has been arrested. The incident took place around 9 pm local time, according to reporters at the scene. British Transport Police of Greater Manchester confirmed only that a male suspect is under arrest.

Manchester Victoria stabbing: Eyewitness claims attacker shouted 'Allah'

Manchester Victoria stabbing: Eyewitness claims attacker shouted 'Allah' --Sam Clack, a BBC producer, was on a platform at Manchester Victoria railway station waiting for a tram when he witnessed the attack | 31 Dec 2018 | A knifeman shouted 'Allah' after stabbing innocent commuters at Victoria Station, an eye-witness has claimed. Sam Clack, a BBC producer, was on a platform at Victoria waiting for a tram when he witnessed the attack just before 9pm tonight. British Transport Police (BTP) confirmed three people, including a police officer, were injured in the stabbing.

'Caught in the act of spying': US citizen detained in Moscow ahead of New Year's Eve celebrations

'Caught in the act of spying': US citizen detained in Moscow ahead of New Year's Eve celebrations | 31 Dec 2018 | An American citizen was apprehended during a "spying action" in Moscow, the Federal Security Service (FSB) said. He is currently being detained on suspicion of espionage. FSB agents detained a US national named Paul Whelan on Friday during "a spying action," the agency's press office told TASS. Criminal proceedings were launched against the man under Article 276 of the Russian Criminal Code, which covers the crime of espionage.

Cyber attack hits U.S. newspaper distribution

Cyber attack hits U.S. newspaper distribution | 29 Dec 2018 | A cyber attack caused major printing and delivery disruptions on Saturday at the Los Angeles Times and other major U.S. newspapers, including ones owned by Tribune Publishing Co such as the Chicago Tribune and Baltimore Sun. The cyber attack appeared to originate outside the United States, the Los Angeles Times reported, citing a source with knowledge of the situation. The attack led to distribution delays in the Saturday edition of The Times, Tribune, Sun and other newspapers that share a production platform in Los Angeles, the Los Angeles Times reported.

PC eats itself: California Women's March canceled over fears it would be 'overwhelmingly white'

PC eats itself: California Women's March canceled over fears it would be 'overwhelmingly white' | 31 Dec 2018 | An upcoming Women's March event in California has been canceled as organizers feared it would be 'overwhelmingly white,' despite taking place in overwhelmingly-white Humboldt County. The event, scheduled for January 19 in Eureka, was canceled after "many conversations between local social-change organizers and supporters of the march," according to a Facebook post from Beth Ann Wylie, one of the organizers. "Up to this point, the participants have been overwhelmingly white, lacking representation from several perspectives in our community," Wylie wrote.

Indonesian volcano that triggered tsunami loses two-thirds of its height

Indonesian volcano that triggered tsunami loses two-thirds of its height | 29 Dec 2018 | Anak Krakatoa, the Indonesia volcano that triggered a deadly tsunami a week ago, has lost two-thirds of its height, a government agency said. The volcano's height went from 338 meters (1,108 feet) above sea level to 110 meters (360 feet), Indonesia's Center of Volcanology and Geological Hazard Mitigation said in a report. Additional eruptions from Monday to Thursday also caused the volcano to lose volume of 150 million to 180 million cubic meters (5.3 billion to 6.4 billion cubic feet), the report said. Its volume is now 40 million to 70 million cubic meters (1.4 billion to 2.5 billion cubic feet).

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