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Pentagon admits secret UFO investigations

Pentagon admits secret UFO investigations | 17 Dec 2017 | In the heart of the Nevada desert, Area 51 has become the holy grail of conspiracy theorists - home, they say, to a top secret US military base for the study of extra-terrestrials. But now it has emerged that the theorists might not have been that far off. It has been reported that the Pentagon did indeed run a secret multi-million dollar programme to investigate Unidentified Flying Objects.

Atlanta's Hartsfield-Jackson airport restores power after crippling outage

Atlanta's Hartsfield-Jackson airport restores power after crippling outage | 18 Dec 2017 | Nearly 11 hours after a power outage paralyzed the world's busiest airport, Atlanta's Hartsfield-Jackson International got its electricity back late Sunday night. The lights flickered on shortly before midnight...A ground stop in Atlanta disrupted air travel across the United States and led to cancellations of more than 1,000 flights in and out of the airport. Shortly after power came back, some passengers lined up at security screening, hoping to beat the crowds as the TSA checkpoints re-opened at 3:30 a.m.

Death toll rises to 6 after high-speed Amtrak train derails near Seattle

Death toll rises to 6 after high-speed Amtrak train derails near Seattle | 18 Dec 2017 | An Amtrak passenger train derailed Monday morning, spilling multiple cars off a highway overpass and killing multiple people on the train in Pierce County, Washington. The incident happened at 7:40 Monday morning when Amtrak train 501 derailed onto Interstate 5 in the city of Dupont, about 50 miles southwest of Seattle. Train 501 was part of a new high-speed service between Seattle, Washington and Portland, Oregon that launched Monday morning. Officials say the train was heading south bound and that there are at least six fatalities.

Amtrak derailment: Multiple deaths as passenger train falls off track onto busy Washington motorway

Amtrak derailment: Multiple deaths as passenger train falls off track onto busy Washington motorway --Multiple deaths and injuries reported; dozens transported to hospitals | 18 Dec 2017 | An Amtrak train on its first journey along a newly opened section of tracks derailed on an overpass in Washington state, killing multiple passengers and spilling over a major highway. Deaths and injuries were reported after the train derailed on a bridge overlooking a stretch of interstate 5, a major highway, near DuPont, with 13 train cars jumping off the track. A total of 77 people were being transported to local hospitals for treatment, a spokesman for healthcare network CHI Franciscan Health said. While the sheriff's office did not release fatality figures, the Associated Press cited an official in reporting at least six people had died.

RAF Mildenhall incident: Shots fired at US air base in Suffolk after car forces entry past checkpoint, police reveal

RAF Mildenhall incident: Shots fired at US air base in Suffolk after car forces entry past checkpoint, police reveal --Facility placed on lockdown after 'significant incident' | 18 Dec 2017 | US military personnel fired shots after a car forced its way through a checkpoint at the RAF Mildenhall US air base, police have revealed. A man has been arrested after the "significant incident" forced authorities to lock down the base, which is used only by the US Air Force, at 1pm on Monday. The Independent understands that a single driver in a vehicle approached a checkpoint and forced his way inside.

RAF Mildenhall: Shots fired as US air base placed on lockdown amid 'significant incident'

RAF Mildenhall: Shots fired as US air base placed on lockdown amid 'significant incident' --Shots fired by American service personnel, say police | 18 Dec 2017 | RAF Mildenhall, a US Air Force base in Suffolk, was placed on lockdown after a security incident police described as a "significant incident". Suffolk Police said American service personnel fired shots during the disturbance. "A man has been detained with cuts and bruises and taken into custody. No other people have been injured as a result of the incident," the force added...The Independent understands that a single driver in a vehicle approached a checkpoint and forced his way inside.

Pentagon secretly set up program to investigate UFOs at Harry Reid's urging, reports say

Pentagon secretly set up program to investigate UFOs at Harry Reid's urging, reports say | 17 Dec 2017 | The Defense Department secretly set up a program ten years ago to investigate unidentified flying objects, or UFOs, at the urging of then-Democratic Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid, according to new reports. Both The New York Times and the website Politico published stories Saturday revealing the existence of the Pentagon’s now-defunct Advanced Aerospace Threat Identification Program. The New York Times said the UFO program began in 2007, while Politico reported in began in 2009.

Glowing Auras and 'Black Money': The Pentagon's Mysterious U.F.O. Program

Glowing Auras and 'Black Money': The Pentagon's Mysterious U.F.O. Program | 16 Dec 2017 | In the $600 billion annual Defense Department budgets, the $22 million spent on the Advanced Aerospace Threat Identification Program was almost impossible to find. Which was how the Pentagon wanted it. For years, the program investigated reports of unidentified flying objects, according to Defense Department officials, interviews with program participants and records obtained by The New York Times. It was run by a military intelligence official, Luis Elizondo, on the fifth floor of the Pentagon's C Ring, deep within the building's maze. The Defense Department has never before acknowledged the existence of the program, which it says it shut down in 2012. But its backers say that, while the Pentagon ended funding for the effort at that time, the program remains in existence.

U.S. Military Shoots Intruder at Air Base in Britain

U.S. Military Shoots Intruder at Air Base in Britain | 18 Dec 2017 | An air base in England that is used by the United States Air Force was put on lockdown on Monday after American military personnel responded with gunfire to an intruder who tried to force his way through a checkpoint. A suspect, who has not been publicly identified, had cuts and bruises and was taken into custody after the episode -- the Suffolk Police called it a "significant incident" -- broke out around 1:40 p.m. at the Mildenhall air base, about 75 miles northeast of London. The Suffolk Police said that there were no other reports of injuries, that officers were on the scene, and that members of the public should avoid the area.

FBI Warns of Train Derailment Threat

FBI Warns of Train Derailment Threat | 08 May 2017 | Devices that could be used by terrorists to derail trains are being stolen from rail facilities around the country, the FBI warned today. Nine derailers, a piece of railroad equipment used to derail train cars for safety purposes in railyards have been stolen recently, sources said, citing the FBI's weekly intelligence bulletin. The theft of these items is strange since they are of little use outside of the rail industry, according to the bulletin. Railroads have been targeted in the past by terrorists, the bulletin said...The bureau has also warned in the past that railways and other mass conveyances could be terrorist targets.

Amtrak train derails in Washington state onto Interstate 5; injuries reported

Amtrak train derails in Washington state onto Interstate 5; injuries reported | 18 Dec 2017 | Injuries were reported after an Amtrak train derailed Monday morning in Washington state outside of Tacoma, causing at least one train car to fall off an overpass and onto an interstate highway, officials said. Amtrak train 501 was traveling southbound from Seattle when it derailed along Interstate 5 about 7:30 a.m. "Injuries and casualties were reported," Pierce County Sheriff's Office said, though it's unclear how many people that included. The derailment caused all southbound lanes of Interstate 5 near Mounts Road in Pierce County to be closed, the Washington State Department of Transportation tweeted.

Amtrak train derails, dangles over interstate in Washington

Amtrak train derails, dangles over interstate in Washington | 18 Dec 2017 | An Amtrak train has derailed on an overpass in Washington, and authorities say "injuries and casualties" were reported. At this time, all lanes of traffic remain blocked on Interstate 5. The Washington State Department of Transportation tweeted a photo of the derailment, urging motorists to avoid the area. CBS News affiliate KIRO-TV reports first responders are treating the derailment as a mass casualty incident.

War drills conducted to prepare U.S. military for invasion to seize North Korea's nuclear weapons

War drills conducted to prepare U.S. military for invasion to seize North Korea's nuclear weapons | 17 Dec 2017 | The United States Military has conducted joint training operations with South Korean forces to practice removing nuclear weapons from North Korea in the event of war, according to reports. Citing military sources, South Korea's Yonhap News Agency reported that the "Warrior Strike" exercise took place north of Seoul between Tuesday and Friday. Hundreds of soldiers from both sides took part in the training to remove weapons of mass destruction from the North. [Where are the drills to remove U.S. weapons of mass destruction?]

Republicans confident tax bill to become law this week

Republicans confident tax bill to become law this week | 17 Dec 2017 | Top U.S. Republicans said on Sunday they expected Congress to pass a tax code overhaul this week, with a Senate vote as early as Tuesday and President Donald Trump aiming to sign the bill by week's end. John Cornyn, the No. 2 U.S. Senate Republican, said in an interview on ABC's "This Week" that he was "confident" the Senate would pass the legislation, "probably on Tuesday." Republican Representative Kevin Brady said he believed his party had the votes to pass the bill.

Atlanta mayor: Fire led to airport power outage

Atlanta mayor: Fire led to airport power outage | 17 Dec 2017 | Atlanta Mayor Kasim Reed said Sunday night that a fire led to a power outage earlier in the day that stranded thousands of passengers at Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport, but the cause of the fire is still unknown. The fire in an underground tunnel knocked out the main power source and the airport's backup system, Reed said in a press conference. The strength of the fire forced Georgia Power, the city's utility company, to wait before it could begin fixing the issue, he said.

Sen. John McCain back in Arizona, will miss vote on GOP tax bill

Sen. John McCain back in Arizona, will miss vote on GOP tax bill | 17 Dec 2017 | Republican Sen. John McCain returned home to Arizona after spending several days in a Maryland hospital recovering from side effects from chemotherapy treatment for brain cancer, CBS News has learned. He will spend the holidays with his family and will not be on hand for the final vote on the GOP tax passage expected this week. He's expected to return to Washington in January.

UK warns Saudi Arabia it may have breached international law by blocking food shipments to Yemen

UK warns Saudi Arabia it may have breached international law by blocking food shipments to Yemen | 18 Dec 2017 | Saudi Arabia has "no excuses" for blocking food and fuel shipments to Yemen and could be in breach of international humanitarian law if it continues to do so, a British minister has said, in the strongest rebuke yet to a key ally. Penny Mordaunt, the secretary of state for international development, said that Saudi Arabia's relationship with the UK could be damaged if Riyadh does not act to ease restrictions she warned could push the country into the "worst famine in decades." Ms Mordaunt flew to Riyadh on Sunday to push for an end to restrictions on deliveries of food, fuel, and medical supplies to rebel-held areas of Yemen imposed by the Saudi-led coalition last month.

Professors say classroom 'civility' promotes 'white racial power'

Professors say classroom 'civility' promotes 'white racial power' | 14 Dec 2017 | Two University of Northern Iowa professors recently argued that practicing "civility" in college classrooms can "reproduce white racial power." C. Kyle Rudick and Kathryn B. Golsan assert in a recent academic article that civility, particularly "whiteness-informed civility," allegedly "functions to assert control of space" and "create a good white identity." This civility can reinforce white privilege, Rudick and Golsan argue, because "civility within higher education is a racialized, rather than universal, norm," according to the field of "critical whiteness studies."

'Bows' and 'wrapped gifts' now offensive on campus

'Bows' and 'wrapped gifts' now offensive on campus | 15 Dec 2017 | An academic department at the University of Minnesota declared that "bows/wrapped gifts" are "not appropriate for gatherings and displays at this time of year." According a copy of the guidelines obtained by Campus Reform, UMN's College of Food, Agricultural, and Natural Resource Sciences (CFANS) encouraged its employees "to recognize holidays in ways that are respectful of the diversity of our community," recommending a series of steps to take. "Consider neutral-themed parties such as 'winter celebration,'" the flyer suggests, adding that "decorations, music, and food should be general and not specific to any one religion."

Trump to Putin: US was glad to save many lives in Russia by helping foil major terrorist attack

Trump to Putin: US was glad to save many lives in Russia by helping foil major terrorist attack | 17 Dec 2017 | The White House says US intelligence services were pleased to have helped thwart a terrorist plot in Russia that "could have killed large numbers of people." "President Vladimir V. Putin of Russia called President Donald J. Trump today to thank him for the advanced warning the United States intelligence agencies provided to Russia concerning a major terror plot in Saint Petersburg, Russia," read the statement from the White House. "Based on the information the United States provided, Russian authorities were able to capture the terrorists just prior to an attack that could have killed large numbers of people. No Russian lives were lost and the terrorist attackers were caught and are now incarcerated." The statement also noted that the Russian president even extended his gratitude to CIA chief Mike Pompeo, which Trump promptly passed on to the agency. The two leaders agreed that this operation against terrorism "serves as an example of the positive things that can occur when our countries work together."

4 dead, over a dozen injured in suicide bombing of Christian church in Pakistan

9 dead, dozens injured in suicide bombing of Christian church in Pakistan | 17 Dec 2017 | Two suicide bombers have attacked a Christian church in southwestern Pakistan, killing 9 people and injuring over 50 others, according to medics. The attack took place in the city of Quetta, the provincial capital and largest city of Balochistan province. Bethel Memorial Methodist Church was the target of the terrorists.

Trump transition lawyer: Mueller improperly obtained documents in Russia probe

Trump transition lawyer: Mueller improperly obtained documents in Russia probe | 16 Dec 2017 | A lawyer for the Trump presidential transition team is accusing Special Counsel Robert Mueller's office of inappropriately obtaining transition documents as part of its Russia probe, including confidential attorney-client communications, privileged communications and thousands of emails without their knowledge. In a letter obtained by Fox News and sent to House and Senate committees on Saturday, the transition team's attorney alleges "unlawful conduct" by the career staff at the General Services Administration (GSA) in handing over transition documents to the special counsel’s office. Kory Langhofer, the counsel to Trump for America (TFA), argues the GSA "did not own or control the records in question" and the release of documents could be a violation of the Fourth Amendment -- which protects against unreasonable searches and seizures.

Trump lawyer says Mueller team illegally obtained 'tens of thousands of emails'

Trump lawyer says Mueller team illegally obtained 'tens of thousands of emails' | 17 Dec 2017 | FBI Special Counsel Robert Mueller, looking for collusion between US President Donald Trump and Russia, has breached the law by requesting a government agency to hand over confidential emails, Trump's counsel told Congress. In a letter sent to the House and the Senate and seen by Fox News, Kory Langhofer, lawyer for Trump's transition team, claimed that Mueller obtained "tens of thousands of emails," including confidential communications between a client and a lawyer, due to "unlawful conduct" by the staffers at the General Services Administration (GSA), which hosted the Trump team's email servers during the transition. Accusing the GSA of "unauthorized disclosures" for giving Mueller access to private information it "did not own or control," Langhofer went to blame the agency for infringing on the right of the US citizens to be secure against unreasonable searches and seizures, as guaranteed by the 4th Amendment.

Blowback: ISIS Got a Powerful Missile the CIA Secretly Bought in Bulgaria

Blowback: ISIS Got a Powerful Missile the CIA Secretly Bought in Bulgaria --A new report on how ISIS built its arsenal highlights how the US purchased munitions, intended for Syrian 'rebels,' that ended up in the hands of the terrorist group. | 14 Dec 2017 | A guided anti-tank missile ended up in the hands of ISIS [I-CIA-SIS] terrorists less than two months after the US government purchased it in late 2015 -- highlighting weaknesses in the oversight and regulation of America's covert arms programs, according to information published Thursday by an arms monitoring group called Conflict Armament Research (CAR). Though the report says the missile was purchased by the US Army using a contractor, BuzzFeed News has learned that the real customer appears to have been the CIA. It was part of the spy agency's top secret operation to arm rebels terrorists in Syria to fight the forces of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad. The missile ended up in the hands of ISIS fighters in Iraq, according to the report.

Will ISIS attack Washington, D.C. or New York on Christmas?

Will ISIS attack Washington, D.C. or New York on Christmas? --Terrorists Threaten National Cathedral | 15 Dec 2017 | Supporters of the Islamic State terrorist group threatened a Christmas attack Washington's National Cathedral, spreading a propaganda poster on their social media channels on Thursday that shows the church erupting in flames. But the poster's caption reads, "We meet at Christmas in New York soon," a mistake that put both cities on edge, thanks to its image of a jihadist carrying a gun in front of the burning Cathedral...Another poster spread in the same channel showed a terrorist taking aim at a crowd of concert goers. "See you soon on your holidays," the caption reads in English and Arabic.

Exposing the Sandy Hook Charade: The Deep State Strikes Back!

Exposing the Sandy Hook Charade: The Deep State Strikes Back! By Jim Fetzer [McKnight Professor of Philosophy Emeritus, University of Minnesota Duluth] | 14 December 2017 | Those who have taken a serious look at the evidence surrounding Sandy Hook already know that it was a FEMA drill to promote gun control. Here are multiple lines of proof, including the stage photo of a police woman leading kids to safety, where Shannon Hicks had taken an earlier photo that shows parents standing around with their arms folded and their hands in their pockets--and she is rearranging the kids to get a better shot...[My book] includes a classic photo of the SWAT team already present the night before, which you can tell because the windows of Classroom 10 are not yet shot out. We have photos of the windows before and after and of perps drilling holes in the window frames to simulate gunshot trajectories...

Trump won't rule out Flynn pardon

Trump won't rule out Flynn pardon | 15 Dec 2017 | President Trump on Friday refused to rule out a pardon for former national security adviser Michael Flynn, who pleaded guilty in the special counsel probe into Russia's [alleged] election interference. "I don’t want to talk about pardons for Michael Flynn yet," Trump told reporters at the White House. "We'll see what happens. Let's see."

News anchor on night of Vegas massacre: I have confirmed through a police source that there were two suspects with high-powered weapons

News anchor on night of Vegas massacre: I have confirmed through a police source that there were two suspects with high-powered weapons | 12 Dec 2017 | KSNV 3 News anchor Gerard Ramalho told viewers on the night of the massacre that he confirmed through a police source that there were, in fact, two shooters who fired their high-powered weapons into a crowd of thousands of people who were attending the Jason Aldean concert across the street from the Mandalay Bay. The news confirming two shooters was reported at 11 p.m. local time and was buried shortly after with no apparent explanation or retraction. "I have confirmed through a police source that there are two suspects with high-powered weapons," the anchor reported. "They had some sort of high-ground position and they were firing on the crowd which was attending that Route 91 Harvest music festival."

New Zealand judge dismisses 7 of Kim Dotcom's 8 arguments against extradition to US

New Zealand judge dismisses 7 of Kim Dotcom's 8 arguments against extradition to US | 15 Dec 2017 | A New Zealand judge has rejected seven of the eight arguments made by Kim Dotcom, in which the founder of the file sharing giant Megaupload presented reasons why he shouldn't be extradited to the US. The arguments were part of Dotcom's appeal of a High Court decision made earlier this year, which states that he is eligible to be extradited to the US. That appeal will be heard in February, according to the New Zealand Herald. "I [Justice Timothy Brewer] have granted the USA's application to strike out causes of action 1 to 7 of the statement of claim for judicial review dated 21 July 2017," the ruling states. "The proceeding is now 'live' only in relation to the eighth cause of action."

Lawyer offered $750,000 to woman to make sexual misconduct allegations against Trump two days before 2016 presidential election

Lawyer offered $750,000 to woman to make sexual misconduct allegations against Trump two days before 2016 presidential election --Prominent lawyer sought donor cash for two Trump accusers | 15 Dec 2017 | A well-known [so-called] women's rights lawyer sought to arrange compensation from donors and tabloid media outlets for women who made or considered making sexual misconduct allegations against Donald Trump during the final months of the 2016 presidential race, according to documents and interviews. California lawyer Lisa Bloom's efforts included offering to sell alleged victims' stories to TV outlets in return for a commission for herself, arranging a donor to pay off one Trump accuser's mortgage and attempting to secure a six-figure payment for another woman who ultimately declined to come forward after being offered as much as $750,000, the clients told The Hill. The women's accounts were chronicled in contemporaneous contractual documents, emails and text messages reviewed by The Hill, including an exchange of texts between one woman and Bloom that suggested political action committees supporting Hillary Clinton were contacted during the effort.

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