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CIA's most senior officer in Pakistan 'unmasked' by Imran Khan's party

CIA's most senior officer in Pakistan 'unmasked' by Imran Khan's party --'CIA station chief is not a diplomatic post, therefore he does not enjoy any diplomatic immunity and is within the bounds of domestic laws of Pakistan' 27 Nov 2013 The political party led by the former cricket star Imran Khan claims to have blown the cover of the CIA's most senior officer in Pakistan as part of an increasingly high-stakes campaign against US drone strikes. The Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) party named a man it claimed was head of the CIA station in Islamabad in a letter to police demanding he be nominated as one of the people responsible for a drone strike on 21 November, which killed five [alleged] militants including senior commanders of the Haqqani Network. John Brennan, the CIA director, was also nominated as an "accused person" for murder and "waging war against Pakistan".

Top-Secret Document Reveals NSA Spied on P-rn Habits as Part of Plan to Discredit 'Radicalizers'

Top-Secret Document Reveals NSA Spied on Porn Habits as Part of Plan to Discredit 'Radicalizers' 27 Nov 2013 The National Security Agency has been gathering records of online sexual activity and evidence of visits to pornographic websites as part of a proposed plan to harm the reputations of those whom the agency believes are radicalizing others through incendiary speeches, according to a top-secret NSA document. The document, provided by NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden, identifies six targets, all Muslims, as "exemplars" of how "personal vulnerabilities" can be learned through electronic surveillance, and then exploited to undermine a target's credibility, reputation and authority. The NSA document, dated Oct. 3, 2012, repeatedly refers to the power of charges of hypocrisy to undermine such a messenger.

Blast near India nuclear plant kills 6, injures several

Blast near India nuclear plant kills 6, injures several 27 Nov 2013 At least six people have been killed and several others injured after a crude bomb exploded near a nuclear plant in Southern India. The bomb reportedly went off accidentally as anti-nuclear activists were making explosive devices in a house 15 kilometers from the Kudankulam Nuclear Power Plant on Tuesday night.

China lashes out at US for interfering in territorial dispute with Japan

China lashes out at US for interfering in territorial dispute with Japan 27 Nov 2013 Beijing has warned Washington not to "meddle" in the territorial dispute between China and Japan. Though the US has many thousands of troops stationed in Japan, China, an emerging naval power, is challenging for control of the surrounding seas. After Washington expressed its discontent over Chinese plans to put the East China Sea under the control of its air forces, Beijing demanded explanations from the American ambassador and advised the US to "correct its mistakes immediately."

Tinley Park radioactive waste brokerage being shut down

Tinley Park radioactive waste brokerage being shut down --Adco is supposed to store radioactive waste for less than 180 days, but instead kept it there for years -- some more than a decade. 26 Nov 2013 The ABC7 I-Team investigates radioactive waste flying under the radar in the Chicago suburbs, and why state regulators haven't done more to control it... Behind a peaceful neighborhood in south suburban Tinley Park, radioactive waste broker Adco Services has quietly dealt in contaminated byproducts for decades. State records obtained by the I-Team under the Freedom of Information Act show Adco has been in violation of multiple state nuclear regulations for years, and not just paperwork problems.

Penny Lane: Guantanamo's other secret CIA facility

Penny Lane: Guantanamo's other secret CIA facility 26 Nov 2013 A few hundred yards from the administrative offices of the Guantánamo Bay prison, hidden behind a ridge covered in thick scrub and cactus, sits a closely held secret. A dirt road winds its way to a clearing where eight small cottages sit in two rows of four... In the early years after 9/11, these cottages were part of a covert CIA program. Its secrecy has outlasted black prisons, waterboarding and rendition. In these buildings, CIA officers [allegedly] turned terrorists into double agents and sent them home.

CBS: Lara Logan, producer ordered to take leave

Bimbo Booted: CBS: Lara Logan, producer ordered to take leave 26 Nov 2013 CBS ordered 'correspondent' Lara Logan and her producer to take a leave of absence Tuesday following a critical internal review of their handling of the show's October story on the Benghazi raid, based on a report on a supposed witness whose story can't be verified. The review, by CBS News executive Al Ortiz and obtained by The Associated Press, said the "60 Minutes" team should have done a better job vetting the story that featured a security contractor mercenary who said he was at the U.S. mission in Libya the night it was attacked last year. Questions were quickly raised about whether the man was lying. [He was.] The report also said Logan should not have done the story in the first place after making a speech in Chicago a year ago claiming that it was a lie that America's military had tamed 'al-Qaida.'

Supreme Court to review contraceptive coverage mandate

Supreme Court to review contraceptive coverage mandate 26 Nov 2013 The Supreme Court agreed Tuesday to consider a new challenge to President Obama's Affordable Care Act and decide whether employers with religious objections may refuse to provide their workers with mandated insurance coverage of contraceptives. The cases accepted by the court offer complex questions about religious freedom and equality for female workers along with an issue the court has not yet confronted: whether a secular, for-profit corporation is protected by the Constitution or federal statute from complying with a law because of its owners religious beliefs. The justices [sic] accepted two cases that produced opposition results in lower courts.

US flies B-52s over disputed islands East China Sea in defiance of Chinese air defence rules - officials

US flies B-52s over disputed islands East China Sea in defiance of Chinese air defence rules - officials 26 Nov 2013 The US has flown B-52 military aircraft over disputed islands in the East China Sea in defiance of new Chinese air defence rules, officials say. China set up its air defence identification zone on Saturday. A US colonel quoted by Reuters said the planes had followed "normal procedures, which include not filing flight plans, not radioing ahead".

Singapore and S.Korea help the US and Australia tap undersea cables - Snowden leaks

Singapore and S.Korea help the US and Australia tap undersea cables - Snowden leaks 24 Nov 2013 Singapore and South Korea are playing key roles helping the United States and Australia tap undersea telecommunications links across Asia, according to top secret documents leaked by former US intelligence contractor Edward Snowden. New details have also been revealed about the involvement of Australia and New Zealand in the interception of global satellite communications. A top secret United States National Security Agency map shows that the US and its "Five Eyes" intelligence partners tap high speed fibre optic cables at 20 locations worldwide. The interception operation involves cooperation with local governments and telecommunications companies or else through "covert, clandestine" operations.

Attacks leave over 30 people dead across Iraq

Attacks leave over 30 people dead across Iraq 25 Nov 2013 Over 30 people have been killed in several attacks across Iraq as the country is grappling with a prolonged rise in violence. At least 15 people were killed in a bombing at a local market in the Sadriyah neighbourhood of the Iraqi capital Baghdad on Monday. Over 35 people were also wounded in the attack as people gathered at restaurants and cafes and did the shopping.

House Approves Reckless Fracking Bill

House Approves Reckless Fracking Bill 20 Nov 2013 By a vote of 235-187, the U.S. House of Representatives today approved its latest giveaway to the oil and gas industry: A bill to boost 'fracking,' the dirty process of drilling that has contaminated water supplies from Pennsylvania to New Mexico and is making families near drilling sites sick from air pollution. The bill, H.R. 2728, sponsored by Rep. Flores (R-TX), would roll back the federal government's ability to protect federal lands and the communities that rely on them from fracking, deferring to a patchwork of state rules and guidelines no matter how weak or inadequate they may be. The bill would also delay EPA's congressionally mandated study on fracking's impacts on groundwater, keeping important data about water contamination from families living near fracking sites.

U.S. Marine predicted own brutal murder by 'ally'

U.S. Marine predicted own brutal murder by 'ally' 25 Nov 2013 Greg Buckley Sr. summoned all his strength and told the heartbreaking story of his Marine son's violent death to the crowd at the "Reclaim America" rally across the street from the White House Tuesday... The Marine told his father about training the Afghan police and described their chief as "a bad guy." Buckley Jr. described how he how he wasn't scared about fighting; he was scared about being murdered at night while he was sleeping. "...We're serving no purpose. We're being lied to. They're telling us one thing and it's a whole other agenda. They have their reasons for us to be there. And as soon as we stand up and say something, they make us disappear," the son confided to his father.

Gay couple to get Illinois marriage license early

Gay couple to get Illinois marriage license early 25 Nov 2013 A federal court ruling means a same-sex Chicago couple will be allowed to marry before the state's gay marriage law takes effect. U.S. District Judge Thomas Durkin on Monday ordered the Cook County clerk to issue an expedited marriage license to Vernita Gray and Patricia Ewert. Gray is terminally ill. County Clerk David Orr said he'll comply with the order.

Report: NSA director offered resignation

Report: NSA director offered resignation 25 Nov 2013 The National Security Agency's director, Gen. Keith Alexander, offered to resign from his post shortly after Edward Snowden began leaking classified government documents, according to The Wall Street Journal. According to the report, the Obama administration rejected his offer. Snowden, a former NSA contractor, began disclosing documents detailing the agency’s surveillance programs in June.

Spies worry over 'doomsday' cache stashed by ex-NSA contractor Snowden

Spies worry over 'doomsday' cache stashed by ex-NSA contractor Snowden 25 Nov 2013 British and U.S. intelligence officials say they are worried about a "doomsday" cache of highly classified, heavily encrypted material they believe former National Security Agency contractor Edward Snowden has stored on a data cloud. The cache contains documents generated by the NSA and other agencies and includes names of U.S. and allied intelligence personnel, seven current and former U.S. officials and other sources briefed on the matter said. The data is protected with sophisticated encryption, and multiple passwords are needed to open it, said two of the sources, who like the others spoke on condition of anonymity to discuss intelligence matters.

Lockdown ends at Yale's Connecticut campus, no gunman found

Lockdown ends at Yale's Connecticut campus, no gunman found 25 Nov 2013 Yale University lifted a lockdown on Monday after a police search of its campus in New Haven, Connecticut, found no evidence of a gunman, despite an anonymous caller's claim that his roommate had headed to the Ivy League school to shoot people. "This is so far an unconfirmed report," said David Hartman, spokesman for the New Haven Police Department. "We have not identified a suspect in this case." The department received an emergency call at 9:30 a.m. from a man on a pay phone near Yale University who stated that his roommate was en route to the campus "with the intention of shooting people," Hartman told reporters.

Yale gunman search continues; caller reportedly warned police his roommate wanted to shoot up campus

Yale gunman search continues; caller reportedly warned police his roommate wanted to shoot up campus 25 Nov 2013 The search for a gunman Monday on the Yale University campus was initiated by a caller who reported his roommate wanted to shoot up the college. An anonymous caller notified police from a pay phone around 9:30 a.m. that his roommate was headed to the central campus area with a long gun to shoot up the area, New Haven Police spokesman David Hartman told the New Haven Independent. The caller did not identify himself as a Yale student and only stayed on the line a few seconds, Hartman said. Police have detained witnesses but no suspects, Hartman said early Monday afternoon

N.Y. Troopers Use SUVs to Spot Texting Drivers

N.Y. Troopers Use SUVs to Spot Texting Drivers --State police now have 32 tall, unmarked SUVs to better peer down at drivers who are texting. 25 Nov 2013 New York has given state police 32 tall, unmarked SUVs to better peer down at drivers' hands, part of one of the nation's most aggressive attacks on texting while driving that also includes steeper penalties and dozens of highway "Texting Zones," where motorists can pull over to use their devices... In New York's recent push, 91 existing rest areas and turnoffs on the state Thruway and other highways have been rebranded "Texting Zones," some advertised with blue signs declaring "It can wait. Text stop 5 miles."

Newtown 911 Calls Remain Sealed as Judge Reviews Them

Newtown 911 Calls Remain Sealed as Judge Reviews Them 25 Nov 2013 Before deciding whether the 911 calls from the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting will be released or remain sealed, Judge Elliot Prescott will listen to them and they will remain sealed until he does. During the last hearing, Prescott said he first had to determine whether he could review the tapes, which are sealed. A Connecticut prosecutor has asked a court to block the release of 911 recordings as he appeals an order from the state's Freedom of Information Commission and today's decision comes as part of that case.

Sandy Hook report sheds no light on motive

Sandy Hook report sheds no light on motive --The report concluded Lanza acted alone. 25 Nov 2013 It's unclear when the Connecticut State Police's full report on the shooting -- several thousand pages long and containing more than 700 files included in its investigation -- will be released. The state's attorney said authorities are in the process of redacting sensitive information and are expecting to complete that process before the first anniversary of the shooting. But the decision to withhold the full report from the public has stirred renewed criticism of the secrecy surrounding the investigation. Typically, the full evidence is released, not just a summary. Sedensky has fought against the release of 911 tapes from the morning of the shooting.

2 reporters were held at gunpoint - Sandy Hook summary report

2 reporters were held at gunpoint - Sandy Hook summary report --Nancy Lanza's mother hadn't heard from alleged shooter son Adam in three months - her only contact with son Adam had been via email 25 Nov 2013 Click here for Sandy Hook Final (Redacted) Report (.pdf)

Herring Wins Virginia Attorney General's Race: Board of Elections

Herring Wins Virginia Attorney General's Race: Board of Elections 25 Nov 2013 The Virginia Board of Elections certified State Sen. Mark Herring (D-Loudon) as the winner of the Virginia attorney general's race on Monday. Herring defeated state Sen. Mark Obenshain (R-Harrisonburg) in the election, the closest statewide race in Virginia history. Herring had a 165-vote lead out of over 2.2 million votes cast. A victory by Herring would give Democrats the top-three statewide offices in Virginia.

Yale gunman: Roommate intended to shoot people, caller tells police

Yale gunman: Roommate intended to shoot people, caller tells police 25 Nov 2013 An anonymous caller told police his roommate was headed to Yale University in New Haven, Conn., to shoot people, and witnesses spotted a man with a shotgun or rifle in the area, prompting Monday's campus shutdown, police said. In a phone call that lasted only a few seconds, a male caller told a 911 operator that "his roommate was on his way to the university, to Yale University, to shoot people," said New Haven Police Department spokesman David Hartman in a televised news conference. Multiple SWAT teams were on the scene, police said, and investigators were also puzzling over the call, Hartman said.

Report of Gunman on or Near Yale Campus

Report of Gunman on or Near Yale Campus 25 Nov 2013 There is a lockdown at Yale University and students are being urged to stay indoors until further notice after an anonymous caller reported that his roommate was on his way to the Ivy League school to shoot people, police said. The school said there was a confirmed report of a person with a gun on or near Old Campus and they are urging people who are off campus to stay away from the area. New Haven Police received an anonymous call at 9:30 a.m. from a phone booth in the 300 block of Columbus Avenue reporting that his roommate was on his way to Yale University to shoot people, according to the school's website and New Haven Police.

Yale Locked Down as Police Search for Reported Gunman

Yale Locked Down as Police Search for Reported Gunman 25 Nov 2013 Police were scouring Yale University on Monday after they received an anonymous call from a man who said his roommate was headed to campus with a "long gun" to shoot people, police said. Several people of interest in the case are being interviewed, as well as witnesses who reported seeing a man with a long-gun on or within close proximity to the campus, police said. At 10:17 a.m., Yale sent out a text alert to the community about the report. Within about an hour of the anonymous call, two witnesses told police they saw a person with a long gun, said New Haven police spokesman Officer David Hartman.

ATF, FBI, police presence in New Haven, reports of gunman at Yale

ATF, FBI, police presence in New Haven, reports of gunman at Yale --DHS, Border Control chopper arrive on scene, 2:15 PM EST --FBI, ATF, State Police and multiple SWAT teams are on scene --Multiple SWAT teams conducting searches in designated 'Hot Zone' searching for gunman on Yale campus --"Yale University's SWAT team was activated quickly, as was the New Haven SWAT team activated" - police spokesman --Helicopters in sky, multiple law enforcement agencies on scene --Merchants are also 'in lockdown' --[Note: Heavily-redacted Sandy Hook report to be released today at 3PM, so no surprises here.] 25 Nov 2013 (Wires) This story will be updated. See also: Yale gunman search continues; caller reportedly warned police his roommate wanted to shoot up campus 25 Nov 2013 The search for a gunman Monday on the Yale University campus was initiated by a caller who reported his roommate wanted to shoot up the college.]

Postal Workers Say Letter Carrier Death In Cheverly Was Preventable

Postal Workers Say Letter Carrier Death In Cheverly Was Preventable 24 Nov 2013 It didn't have to happen. That's what postal workers are saying about the shooting death of letter carrier Tyson Barnette in Cheverly Saturday. "It appears someone walked up and shot the mailman,"Local 142 President Robert Williams says. Dozens of postal workers in Landover Local 142 say they have been complaining for months about late start times and understaffing there. And they say it cost their friend his life.

Postal worker gunned down while delivering mail

Postal worker gunned down while delivering mail 24 Nov 2013 Police have identified a 26-year-old postal worker who was gunned down while delivering mail as Tyson Barnette of Upper Marlboro. Barnette was on his assigned route in the 1600 block of Reed Street in Landover, around 7:30 p.m. Saturday when police say he was shot multiple times. The U.S. Postal Inspection Service is putting up a $100,000 reward for information leading to an arrest and a conviction.

U.S. vows to defend Japan if China air zone sparks crisis

U.S. vows to defend Japan if China air zone sparks crisis 24 Nov 2013 The United States said Saturday it was "deeply concerned" and committed to defending Japan after China announced an air zone in the East China Sea that covers disputed islets. In a move that U.S. ally Japan branded as "very dangerous," China said it was setting up an "air defense identification zone" over islands administered by Tokyo to "guard against potential air threats." In similar statements, Secretary of State John Kerry and Secretary of Defense Chuck Hagel said that the United States was "deeply concerned" about the moves by China, which also scrambled jets to carry out a patrol in the newly declared zone. [LOL. The US government aka the *Nosey Parker of the planet* is 'deeply concerned' with another country implementing an air zone. Maybe if the US got out of Afghanistan, Pakistan, Yemen, Iraq, Syria, Libya and every other country -- they'd have more credibility. --LRP]

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