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North Korea warns of nuclear war after US bombers carry out 'provocative' live-fire drills

North Korea warns of nuclear war after US bombers carry out 'provocative' live-fire drills | 09 July 2017 | North Korean state media has condemned a US bombing drill on the Korean peninsula, warning that the move could spark a nuclear war. An editorial published in state newspaper Rodong Sinmun Sunday accused the US of "military provocations" which are raising the threat of nuclear conflict to an extreme level. "The Korean peninsula is the largest gunpowder area in the world with the highest risk of nuclear war, and is the largest hot spot in the world where there is always a risk of nuclear war. [The US] is surely spreading into a new world war," the piece reads.

Moscow offers evidence to UN that N. Korea tested mid-range missile, not ICBM

Moscow offers evidence to UN that N. Korea tested mid-range missile, not ICBM | 09 July 2017 | Russia has provided evidence to the United Nations indicating that North Korea's latest missile launch on July 4th tested an intermediate range rocket, despite US insistence that it was an intercontinental ballistic missile. "A Voronezh-type radar station deployed in the Irkutsk region monitored the launch of the Hwasong-14 medium-range ballistic missile (IRBM) from North Korea, which flew a distance of 510 kilometers (317 miles) in 14 minutes, reaching an altitude of 535 kilometers (332 miles), before landing in the Sea of Japan," reads a letter from Russia's UN mission addressed to the UN’s secretary-general and the chairman of the Security Council. An illustration of the trajectory of the missile and the territory it covered during flight is included in an addition to the letter.

Federal judge strikes down Utah's 'ag-gag' law as unconstitutional

Federal judge strikes down Utah's 'ag-gag' law as unconstitutional | 08 July 2017 | A federal judge on Friday struck down Utah's "ag-gag" law, siding with animal-rights activists that the statute -- which prohibits unauthorized filming of agricultural operations -- violates free-speech rights. U.S. District Judge Robert Shelby made the ruling on a case in which two animal-rights groups and an activist sued the state over the "agriculture operation interference" law, approved in 2012 by the Legislature. The law prohibited lying to gain access to a livestock operation, made secret recording illegal and required permission from the owner for someone who wishes to film.

JFK Airport Runway Shut Down By Pregnant Turtles, Reports Say

JFK Airport Runway Shut Down By Pregnant Turtles, Reports Say | 07 July 2017 | Looks like it's diamondback terrapin nesting season again at JFK Airport. Several airplane passengers stuck on the JFK tarmac Friday afternoon reported on social media that their planes were being held due to multiple turtles crossing the runway...One Twitter user wrote: "My plane just got held up on the runway because there were turtles crossing. I'm not even mad."

7 arrested after unfurling banner at Chicago's Trump Tower targeting president's climate change stance

7 arrested after unfurling banner at Chicago's Trump Tower targeting president's climate change stance | 08 July 2017 | Seven protesters were arrested Friday after unfurling a banner from Chicago's Trump Tower that targeted President Trump's position on climate change. The activists, who were from Greenpeace, hung a banner which featured an image of the earth and the words "defend" and "resist." According to The Associated Press, the activists attempted to pull the banner to the 25th floor of the tower, where a 20-foot "TRUMP" sign is attached, but they didn't manage to do so.

Fire at Los Angeles receiving station leaves 140,000 with no power

Fire at Los Angeles receiving station leaves 140,000 with no power | 09 July 2017 | A fire at a receiving station in Los Angeles left 140,000 residents without power on Saturday after a second straight day marked by temperatures that exceeded 90 degrees (32 Celsius), power authorities said. Crews were on site assisting fire department operations and assessing damage at the scene of the fire at Receiving Station J, in the North San Fernando Valley, the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power said in a statement. Some 140,000 residential and commercial customers were left without power which was cut off at the station to allow crews to work on putting the fire out, the department said.

Isn't It About Time for 'The Penis Dialogues'?

Some feminists have recently betrayed a surprising naiveté by inaugurating the #VaginaChallenge to raise money for Planned Parenthood. This is the same Planned Parenthood that Feminist Current criticized fiercely when Planned Parenthood began to frequently refer on Twitter to women having periods as #peoplewhomenstruate. Other feminists lambasted Planned Parenthood for referring to those undertaking breastfeeding as engaging in chestfeeding -- so as not to exclude transmen who may still deliver milk to babies vis-à-vis their nipples.

US and Russia agree ceasefire in southwest Syria - Lavrov

US and Russia agree ceasefire in southwest Syria - Lavrov | 07 July 2017 | The US and Russia have agreed on a ceasefire in southwest Syria, set to take effect on July 9 at noon Damascus time, Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov has announced. Lavrov was speaking following the landmark meeting between the Russian and US presidents on the fringes of the G20 summit. The ceasefire was agreed by experts from Russia, the US and Jordan, who negotiated a memorandum on the creation of a de-escalation zone in southwestern Syria at talks in Jordan's capital, Amman.

Richland nuclear plant cited for safety violation over waste shipment

Richland nuclear plant cited for safety violation over waste shipment | 06 July 2017 | (WA) The Nuclear Regulatory Commission has issued a "white" violation finding against the nuclear power plant near Richland related to a November radioactive waste shipping incident. A white finding has low to moderate safety significance and will lead to an additional NRC inspection to make sure issues have been corrected. The NRC evaluates regulatory performance at commercial nuclear power plants with a color-coded process that classifies findings as either green, white, yellow or red in order of increasing safety significance.

EPA faces lawsuit from 4 states and DC for keeping hazardous pesticide on market

EPA faces lawsuit from 4 states and DC for keeping hazardous pesticide on market | 07 July 2017 | A coalition of states have jumped aboard a lawsuit against Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Administrator Scott Pruitt for not banning a purportedly dangerous chemical that can affect the development of a child's brain. Maryland, Massachusetts, Vermont, Washington and the District of Columbia filed a motion Wednesday against EPA chief Scott Pruitt, in a suit which claims he broke the law by ending efforts to ban the chemical, chlorpyrifos. The pesticide is sold by Dow Chemical through its subsidiary, Dow AgroSciences, and is sprayed onto food.

Australia will join US in fight against North Korea if war breaks out

Australia will join US in fight against North Korea if war breaks out | 06 July 2017 | Australia will join military action against North Korea if the nation fires a nuclear warhead at the United States, acting Prime Minister Barnaby Joyce has confirmed. As Malcolm Turnbull heads to Germany for talks with other G20 leaders, Mr Joyce is ramping up pressure on China to step in and "stop this madness". His call comes after US ambassador to the United Nations [Grade 'A' sociopath, who needs to be fired] Nikki Haley warned that America would use force "if we must" against North Korea, after Pyongyang tested an intercontinental ballistic missile with the potential to reach Darwin or Alaska.

Thom Browne Men's Spring 2018

Thom Browne Men's Spring 2018 --The show celebrated gender fluidity, with man skirts a key focus of the collection. | 25 June 2017 | Man skirts have become a regular sighting on the runway, but they've never really filtered down to real life. But as the gender-fluid phenomenon continues to crescendo, Thom Browne made a convincing argument for a possibly not-so-distant future where men will turn up to the office - briefcase in hand - in a classic skirtsuit, Richelieu heels and business socks. "You start one way as a baby, but why shouldn't you be able to choose your own path as opposed to culturally people telling you which way to go? It’s about being open-minded to experience life the way you want it," said the designer backstage.

Condition worsens of U.S. lawmaker shot last month

Condition worsens of U.S. lawmaker shot last month | 05 July 2017 | U.S. Representative Steve Scalise, shot and wounded during a baseball practice last month, developed an infection and was readmitted to an intensive care unit, MedStar Washington Hospital Center said on Wednesday. Scalise, the No. 3 Republican leader in the U.S. House of Representatives, had been improving in recent weeks following surgeries to repair internal organs and broken bones. The hospital, which downgraded his condition to "serious" from "fair," said it would provide another update on Thursday.

SAS soldiers suspected of executing unarmed Afghans and covering up potential war crimes

SAS soldiers suspected of executing unarmed Afghans and covering up potential war crimes --Special forces soldiers allegedly murdered civilians and planted guns on their bodies | 02 July 2017 | A "rogue" Special Air Service (SAS) unit is suspected of executing unarmed civilians in Afghanistan and fabricating reports to cover up potential war crimes, according to reports. Special forces soldiers allegedly murdered Afghans during raids on their homes and then planted guns at the scene to make it appear as though they had been Taliban insurgents. Some of the victims were handcuffed and hooded before being shot dead, Royal Military Police (RMP) sources told the Sunday Times.

Germany must expect attacks by lone wolves and terrorist groups at 'any time' - intel chief

Germany must expect attacks by lone wolves and terrorist groups at 'any time' - intel chief | 05 July 2017 | Germany is likely to see more terrorist attacks conducted by Islamist jihadists, the country’s domestic intelligence chief has said while presenting an annual report which analyses threats to the state from all forms of extremism. "We must expect further attacks by individuals or terror groups," the Bundesamt fur Verfassungsschutz (BfV) chief, Hans-Georg Maassen said Tuesday..."The attacks have substantiated the IS threat scenario in Germany. IS can be held responsible for all attacks mounted in Germany in 2016," the report reads.

U.S. Army and South Korean military respond to North Korea's launch with missile exercise

U.S. Army and South Korean military respond to North Korea's launch with missile exercise | 04 July 2017 | The U.S. Army and South Korean military responded to North Korea's latest launch with their own exercise of missiles, launching them Wednesday into South Korean territorial waters along the country's eastern coastline, U.S. Pacific Command said in a statement. The Army used its Army Tactical Missile System and South Korea used its Hyunmoo Missile II, which can be deployed rapidly and provide "deep strike precision capability," Pacific Command said. On Tuesday, North Korea launched a missile that flew higher and remained in the air longer than previous attempts, enough to reach all of Alaska, experts said, in a milestone for North Korea’s weapons program.

Pentagon classifies nuclear operations over possible safety failures - AP

Pentagon classifies nuclear operations over possible safety failures - AP | 04 July 2017 | The Pentagon is now hiding the safety records of its nuclear weapons, AP has reported, with experts quoting potential failures as the reason for such secrecy. The reports were previously publicly available. The reason for the change as cited by the authorities is to avoid disclosing too much about US nuclear capabilities. The secrecy only became obvious when an Air Force personnel office published a June 14 notice on its website stating that the 'grade,' or final result, of a nuclear review couldn't be mentioned in any unclassified personnel document.

14 terrorism charges laid against woman accused of threatening Canadian Tire employees with knife

14 terrorism charges laid against woman accused of threatening Canadian Tire employees with knife --Rehab Dughmosh pledged allegiance to ISIS in a Toronto court last month | 04 July 2017 | A woman accused of threatening employees at a Canadian Tire store in Toronto with a knife last month is now charged with terrorism-related offences, the Royal Canadian Mounted Police say. Rehab Dughmosh, 32, had previously been charged with two counts of assault with a weapon, assault, uttering threats, carrying a concealed weapon, and two counts of possession of a weapon. Dughmosh now faces 14 terror-related charges under Section 83.2 of the Criminal Code, federal Crown prosecutor Howard Piafsky told CBC News. The section bans "terrorist activity," whether it takes place "in or outside Canada."

Six families who own cottages next to Chris Christie's private beach were ordered to leave their homes under threat of arrest while the governor lounged in the sun

Six families who own cottages next to Chris Christie's private beach were ordered to leave their homes under threat of ARREST while the governor lounged in the sun | 04 July 2017 | Six families were left fuming after they were ordered out of their cottages located next to Chris Christie's private beach under the threat of being arrested while the New Jersey governor and his family soaked up some sun. Howard and Betty Height were among the families told by police officers on Friday night that they had to leave their Island Beach State Park beach cottage or they'd be arrested. 'They're good guys,' Howard told NJ.com. 'They were just doing their job. But they said if we weren't gone by midnight, we'd be arrested.'

Pyongyang fires medium-range ballistic missile from region bordering China into Sea of Japan

Pyongyang fires medium-range ballistic missile from region bordering China into Sea of Japan | 04 July 2017 | North Korea conducted another ballistic missile test Tuesday morning, South Korea's Joint Chiefs of Staff has said. The projectile, described by the South as an "unidentified ballistic missile," was launched towards the Sea of Japan. "North Korea fired an unidentified ballistic missile into the East Sea from the vicinity of Banghyon, North Pyongan Province, at around 9:40am," the Joint Chiefs of Staff said. The missile flew more than 930km, according to the South Korean military.

House Passes 'Kate's Law' And Bill Cracking Down on Sanctuary Cities

House Passes 'Kate's Law' And Bill Cracking Down on Sanctuary Cities | 29 June 2017 | The House of Representatives on Thursday passed two immigration bills that help President Donald Trump in his fight against illegal immigration and sanctuary cities. The bills -- Kate's Law and the No Sanctuary for Criminals Act -- raise the penalties for undocumented immigrants who re-enter the United States after being deported and revoke federal grants from cities that do not comply with federal immigration enforcement. Both bills passed largely along party lines after Republicans, including the President, heavily promoted them. Trump tweeted five times on Thursday to express his support for the pieces of legislation...and other times saying he hopes the Senate will follow the House's lead.

Transgender women 'will soon get womb transplants' so they can have babies

Transgender women 'will soon get womb transplants' so they can have babies | 02 July 2017 | Womb transplants for transgender women who want to be mothers could be available in just a decade's time, a leading NHS doctor has said. Medical professionals have told the Mail on Sunday that at least three UK women could be offered wombs through a new charity-funded programme launching this year. Womb transplants could make it possible for mothers who are born male to get pregnant and have babies.

Christie, family soak up sun on N.J. beach he closed to public

Christie, family soak up sun on N.J. beach he closed to public | 02 July 2017 | People hoping to visit Island Beach State Park this holiday weekend were not allowed in because of the state government shutdown Gov. Chris Christie ordered amid the state budget standoff in Trenton. But there was one family there: Christie's. They are using the summer beach house provided by the state for a weekend down the Shore...Aerial photos by NJ Advance Media showing Christie surrounded by wife, Mary Pat Christie, and others.

US authorities tapped 3 mln phones in single wiretap order in 2016

US authorities tapped 3 mln phones in single wiretap order in 2016 | 01 July 2017 | It took US authorities a single wiretap order to intercept and record over 3 million phone calls and messages last year, the Wiretap Report 2016, published by the United States Courts, revealed. The intercepts were carried out over the course of two months by an undisclosed government agency, which applied for the wiretap order in late 2015, according to the report, brought to media attention by the ZDNet website.

U.S. warns businesses of hacking campaign against nuclear, energy firms

U.S. warns businesses of hacking campaign against nuclear, energy firms | 01 July 2017 | The U.S. government warned industrial firms this week about a hacking campaign targeting the nuclear and energy sectors, the latest event to highlight the power industry's vulnerability to cyber attacks. Since at least May, hackers used tainted "phishing" emails to "harvest credentials" so they could gain access to networks of their targets, according to a joint report from the U.S. Department of Homeland Security and Federal Bureau of Investigation.

Bizarre moment CNN's Jake Tapper aired fake National Enquirer cover during his segment covering claims that Donald Trump tried to blackmail Joe Scarborough

Bizarre moment CNN's Jake Tapper aired fake National Enquirer cover during his segment covering claims that Donald Trump tried to blackmail Joe Scarborough | 01 July 2017 | Just five days after CNN laid off three journalists amid a 'fake news' scandal, the channel reportedly made another slip-up on Jake Tapper's show. On Friday Tapper reported on claims that the White House had told MSNBC's Joe Scarborough and Mika Brzezinski to apologize for his negative coverage or suffer a National Enquirer 'expose' on their lives. Unfortunately, the National Enquirer cover that was picked to illustrate the magazine's often salacious content was completely fake, Page Six reported. [Where was 'CSI Miami' when Joe Scarboroough's pregnant intern (Lori Klausutis) was found dead in his office in July 2001? Apparently, this is why Joe Scarborough has blocked @legitgov on twitter? --LRP]


High risk of another nuclear waste tunnel collapse in Washington - govt

High risk of another nuclear waste tunnel collapse in Washington - govt | 30 June 2017 | The US Department of Energy says there is a high risk that a tunnel filled with radioactive waste might collapse at the Hanford Nuclear Reservation in the state of Washington. This after another tunnel partially caved in at the same facility last month. The agency says it has until August 1 to develop plans to prevent the collapse of yet another tunnel at Hanford. The facility was built in the 1950s and for decades produced plutonium for the US nuclear weapons arsenal.

Ex-SF Navy shipyard workers allege fraud in radiation cleanup

Ex-SF Navy shipyard workers allege fraud in radiation cleanup | 29 June 2017 | (San Francisco) The cleanup of radioactive contamination at the Hunters Point Shipyard was marred by widespread fraud, faked soil samples, and a high-pressure culture where speed was valued over accuracy and safety, according to four former site workers. On Thursday, the four whistle-blowers, including a radiation safety officer who reported directly to the Nuclear Regulatory Commission, gathered with environmentalists to describe the problems with the cleanup, which has cost the federal government $600 million. In the background, construction crews were at work redeveloping the property, where 1,200 units of housing, millions of square feet of commercial space and hundreds of acres of parks are planned.

Some 149 British buildings fail safety tests after west London fire

Some 149 British buildings fail safety tests after west London fire | 30 June 2017 | Some 149 high-rise buildings have failed safety tests introduced after a deadly tower block fire in west London, a spokeswoman for Prime Minister Theresa May said on Friday while criticizing a decision to hold a council meeting on the disaster in private. "So far the cladding from 149 high rise buildings in 45 local authority areas have failed the tests. That continues to be a 100 percent test failure rate," the spokeswoman told reporters.

Trump travel ban takes effect to minimal disruption

Trump travel ban takes effect to minimal disruption | 29 June 2017 | A scaled-down version of President Donald Trump’s travel ban took effect at 8 p.m. ET Thursday, with none of the dramatic scenes of protest and chaos that greeted the original version of Trump's executive order five months ago. The Departments of Homeland Security, State and Justice went ahead with the implementation after the Supreme Court partially restored the order earlier this week. The new rules tighten visa policies affecting citizens from six majority Muslim nations: Sudan, Syria, Iran, Libya, Somalia, and Yemen. People from those countries who need new visas will now have to prove a close family relationship or an existing relationship with an entity like a school or business in the United States.

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