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New 'Black Death' found: Deadly virus worse than plague and with no cure breaks out - WHO

Fort Detrick a busy little bee? New 'Black Death' found: Deadly virus worse than plague and with no cure breaks out - WHO | 04 Nov 2017 | A deadly outbreak of a rare and highly fatal virus has broken out in eastern Uganda and five cases have already been identified, the World Health Organisation (WHO) has confirmed. The disease, known as Marburg virus disease (MVD), is similar to Ebola and can be lethal in up to 90 per cent of cases. The WHO website reads: "Marburg virus disease is a rare disease with a high mortality rate for which there is no specific treatment. "The virus is transmitted by direct contact with the blood, body fluids and tissues of infected persons or wild animals (e.g. monkeys and fruit bats)."

Saudi Arabia Arrests Top Twitter Shareholder Alwaleed, Al-Eqtisadiah Reports

Saudi Arabia Arrests Top Twitter Shareholder Alwaleed, Al-Eqtisadiah Reports | 04 Nov 2017 | Saudi Arabia arrested prominent billionaire Prince Alwaleed bin Talal [Awesome!] as part of an anti-corruption purge, Al-Eqtisadiah reported. Alwaleed is among 11 princes and 38 current or former senior officials that were arrested as part of a corruption probe, the Saudi financial daily reported on Sunday. A senior Saudi official confirmed that the list is accurate. Alwaleed is one of the world's richest men and has an extensive portfolio that includes a stake in Citigroup Inc. which the prince has held since 1991. Kingdom Holding, in which Alwaleed owns 95 percent, is also an investor in News Corp., Twitter Inc. [top shareholder], JD.com Inc...

Police: Rand Paul assaulted in Bowling Green

Police: Rand Paul assaulted in Bowling Green --It's unclear why he was assaulted | 04 Nov 2017 | GOP Sen. Rand Paul was assaulted at his home in Bowling Green, Kentucky, by a neighbor on Friday, according to Kentucky State Police. State troopers responded to a call to the senator's residence at 3:21 p.m. and arrested a man named Rene Albert Boucher, who they allege "intentionally assaulted" Paul, causing him "minor injury." Boucher was charged with one count of fourth-degree assault.

Snoop Dogg stands over President Trump's body on album cover

Snoop Dogg stands over President Trump's body on album cover | 03 Nov 2017 | An album cover image posted to Snoop Dogg’s Instagram account showing the rapper looking down on what appears to be the dead body of President Donald Trump has been removed from the platform. The cover of the "Make America Crip Again" EP shows the rapper looking on as a body covered with a U.S. flag lies on a gurney with a toe tag reading "TRUMP."

Bowe Bergdahl gets dishonorable discharge, avoids prison time

Bowe Bergdahl gets dishonorable discharge, avoids prison time | 03 Nov 2017 | Bowe Bergdahl received a dishonorable discharge from the US Army, but will avoid prison time for desertion and misbehavior before the enemy after abandoning his outpost in Afghanistan in 2009, a military judge ruled Friday. The judge ordered that Bergdahl's rank be reduced from sergeant to private. Additionally, Bergdahl will be required to pay a $1,000 fine from his salary for the next 10 months. The soldier, whom the Taliban held for five years after he deserted his Afghanistan outpost, pleaded guilty last month to the charges.

Disgraced Democratic Party boss Debbie Wasserman Schultz doesn't deny taking part in Hillary's coup to rig primaries against Bernie

Disgraced Democratic Party boss Debbie Wasserman Schultz doesn't deny taking part in Hillary's coup to rig primaries against Bernie | 03 Nov 2017 | Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz has responded to a searing critique running the Democrat National Committee, saying she is 'proud' of her controversial tenure but failing to address claims she essentially handed over the party to Hillary Clinton. The former DNC chair issued a statement after her successor, interim chair Donna Brazile, released a book excerpt where she said Wasserman Schultz was 'not a good manager' and allowed Clinton to virtually take over the party even before she captured the nomination. Astonishingly, Elizabeth Warren - who campaigned with Clinton - said she believed Brazile. Asked on CNN: 'Do you agree with notion that it was rigged' she answered simply: 'Yes.'

Trump calls for Justice Dept to investigate claims Hillary took over the DNC months before she ran as even Elizabeth Warren admits the entire system was rigged

'This is real collusion and dishonesty': Trump calls for Justice Dept to investigate claims Hillary took over the DNC months before she ran as even Elizabeth Warren admits the entire system was rigged --Brazile's review showed aides managed to tip the scales in favor of Hillary Clinton during Bernie Sanders's primary challenge | 02 Nov 2017 | President Donald Trump has alleged that Hillary Clinton and the Democratic National Committee violated campaign finance and money laundering laws in the run up to the 2016 Presidential Election and the primaries that proceeded it. Late Thursday night, President Trump tweeted, 'Donna Brazile just stated the DNC RIGGED the system to illegally steal the Primary from Bernie Sanders. Bought and paid for by Crooked H....' 'This is real collusion and dishonesty. Major violation of Campaign Finance Laws and Money Laundering - where is our Justice Department?' the President continued in a second Tweet. The tweet was in response to an explosive piece by former Democratic National Committee interim chair Donna Brazile in her upcoming book. Brazile alleges that she found 'proof' the 2016 Democratic primary was rigged in Clinton's favor.

Dow charges more than 90 points higher as Trump taps Powell as Fed boss nominee

Dow charges more than 90 points higher as Trump taps Powell as Fed boss nominee | 02 Nov 2017 | The Dow Jones Industrial Average climbed to session highs on Thursday, with less than a half-hour left of regular trade, after President Donald Trump picked Fed. Gov. Jerome Powell as the next Federal Reserve chairman. If confirmed by the Senate, Powell would replace Janet Yellen, whose term ends in February. The Dow Jones Industrial Average DJIA, +0.35% was trading in record territory, up more than 90 points, or 0.4%, at 23,525.

ISIS claims responsibility for New York truck attack, report says

ISIS claims responsibility for New York truck attack, report says | 02 Nov 2017 | The Islamic State group claimed responsibility Thursday for this week's truck attack in New York City that killed eight, Reuters reported, citing the terror group's weekly issue of Al-Naba newspaper. "(T)he attacker is one of the caliphate soldiers," the group reportedly declared. Eight people were killed and a dozen were injured Tuesday near the World Trade Center in Lower Manhattan when 29-year-old Uzbek immigrant Sayfullo Saipov drove a rented truck into people walking and cycling on a bike path, federal authorities said.

Twitter's general counsel admits to burying nearly 50% of #DNCLeak, #PodestaEmails tweets during last two months of 2016 presidential campaign

Twitter's general counsel admits to burying nearly 50% of #DNCLeak, #PodestaEmails tweets during last two months of 2016 presidential campaign | 02 Nov 2017 | Twitter "hid" nearly 50 percent of tweets bearing the hashtag #DNCLeak along with a quarter of those with #PodestaEmails during the last two months of the 2016 presidential campaign, according to new testimony from Twitter's general counsel. On Oct. 31, the U.S. Senate Committee on the Judiciary, Subcommittee on Crime and Terrorism heard testimony from Twitter general counsel Sean Edgett in its investigation of possible Russian interference in the 2016 election. Edgett said that Twitter systems concealed substantial numbers of tweets relating to hacked emails from the Democratic National Committee as well as from Clinton campaign chair John Podesta, despite the fact that it knew that only a tiny percentage of these could have even "potential links to Russia."

Ballistics data analysis confirms 'muzzle flash' footage from room 32-134 genuine gunfire

Ballistics data analysis confirms 'muzzle flash' footage from room 32-134 genuine gunfire | 02 Nov 2017 | On Nov. 1 Intellihub was the first to publish the precise video timestamp and a screenshot of what appeared to be a single "muzzle flash" emitting from the room adjacent to Stephen Paddock’s 32nd-floor Mandalay Bay suite but now an independent ballistic analysis confirms the flash was, in fact, actual gunfire. In the video, a flash can clearly be seen (at the 6:52 second mark) coming from room 32-134.

Virginia gov race ad sparks outrage, portrays Gillespie supporter trying to mow down kids

Virginia gov race ad sparks outrage, portrays Gillespie supporter trying to mow down kids | 31 Oct 2017 | Democratic candidate for Virginia governor Ralph Northam is not distancing himself from the controversial ad suggesting supporters of Republican candidate Ed Gillespie are seen as Confederates who attack minority children. The new opposition ad titled "American Nightmare" was released Monday by Democratic group Latino Victory Fund (LVF) and is scheduled to run through Election Day. The opposition ad shows minority children seemingly being chased by a driver in a pickup truck, decked out with a Confederate flag, a "Gillespie for governor" bumper sticker and a "Don't Tread on Me" license plate. The driver makes his way toward the scared children who shout, “Run! Run! Run!” when they see the truck. The ad concludes with a scene of a Charlottesville-like rally false flag, with a narrator asking: "Is this what Donald Trump and Ed Gillespie mean by the 'American Dream?'"

Establishment Crumbling: Poll Shows Mitch McConnell, Senate Allies' Approval Ratings in Free Fall

Establishment Crumbling: Poll Shows Mitch McConnell, Senate Allies' Approval Ratings in Free Fall | 01 Nov 2017 | Republican establishment senators aligned with Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) see even more dramatic declines in their net approval ratings among likely Republican primary voters, as reported in "DATA DU JOUR - per Morning Consult," by Politico Playbook: The average senator's approval ranking has dropped by eight net percentage points since the first quarter of 2017...Among the 25 senators with the largest approval drops over this time period, 18 are Republicans and 7 are Democrats...McConnell is the least popular senator and growing increasingly unpopular: The Senate Majority Leader maintains his title as the least popular senator in America, with 33% of Kentucky voters approving and 55% disapproving.

Senators back Trump's call to end diversity visa random selection program

Senators back Trump's call to end diversity visa random selection program | 01 Nov 2017 | Senators signaled on Wednesday that they are open to ending an immigration program that President Trump wants to shut down in the wake of the New York City terrorist attack. Trump on Wednesday called for ending the [insane] diversity visa lottery system and said he would start "the process of terminating" it. The program was created by an immigration law in 1990, so ending it would require action from Congress. While there are early signs of divisions over how to scrap the program, senators stressed they were broadly supportive of the idea.

3 dead after random shooting at Colorado Walmart, suspect still at-large

3 dead after random shooting at Colorado Walmart, suspect still at-large | 02 Nov 2017 | Three people are dead following what police are calling a "random" shooting at a Walmart in Colorado, authorities said Wednesday night. The suspect has not been apprehended and police are currently conducting a manhunt for the individual. Two men and one woman were killed in the shooting, police said.

2nd person obtained for questioning in NYC truck attack

2nd person obtained for questioning in NYC truck attack | 01 Nov 2017 | An Uzbek immigrant accused of a deadly truck attack on a New York bike path has been charged with providing material support to a terrorist group and violence and destruction of motor vehicles. And now the FBI says that another person is wanted for questioning in the New York City bike lane truck attack. A senior law enforcement official told ABC News that Mukhammadzoir Kadirov, a friend of suspect Sayfullo Saipov, was found and will be questioned about possible advanced knowledge of the attack.

NYC terror suspect planned bigger attack involving Brooklyn Bridge

NYC terror suspect planned bigger attack involving Brooklyn Bridge --Saipov asked to fly an ISIS flag in his hospital room | 01 Nov 2017 | New details about the truck rampage suspect's apparent plan to carry out a deadly Halloween attack in New York City emerged late Wednesday. Prosecutors said 29-year-old Sayfullo Saipov was inspired by ISIS videos he had watched on his cellphone. He started planning the attack about a year ago while in the U.S. - and two months ago, he decided to use a truck...Investigators said Saipov rented a truck on October 22 -- nine days before the bike path attack in Lower Manhattan -- so that he could practice making turns. His plan was more elaborate than what was carried out. Prosecutors said he planned to drive onto the Brooklyn Bridge after the bike path attack to continue to hit more pedestrians, but was stopped after he struck the school bus and the truck became inoperable.

Read the Latest Report by the Watchdog for Afghanistan Reconstruction

Read the Latest Report by the Watchdog for Afghanistan Reconstruction [And then wonder why the US is wasting $120 billion on the CIA's poppy fields] | 30 Oct 2017 | The American military command in Afghanistan has redacted key figures about the growth and progress of local security forces from this report by the special inspector general for Afghanistan reconstruction.

Afghan War Data, Once Public, Is Censored in U.S. Military Report

Afghan War Data, Once Public, Is Censored in U.S. Military Report --The U.S. has spent $120 billion on reconstruction protecting and cultivating the CIA's poppy fields and opium dissemination since the start of the war | 30 Oct 2017 | The American military command in Afghanistan has decided to keep secret [!] key figures related to the growth and progress of local security forces, redacting the numbers at the behest of Afghan officials [Yeah, right!] from the latest report by the government's watchdog for spending...Among the details being kept private in the report are the number of people in the Afghan army and police force, how many of them have been wounded or killed and the state of their equipment. "The Afghans know what’s going on; the Taliban knows what's going on; the U.S. military knows what's going on," John F. Sopko, the special inspector general for Afghanistan, whose office compiled the quarterly report, said in an interview. "The only people who don't know what's going on are the people paying for it."

Top U.S. general says 4,000 American troops are in Syria; Pentagon claims number is 500

Top U.S. general says 4,000 American troops are in Syria; Pentagon claims number is 500 [Well, those I-CIA-SIS food and weapons drops certainly aren't going to happen by themselves, now are they?] | 31 Oct 2017 | A senior U.S. military commander said Tuesday that 4,000 American troops are on the ground in Syria, a figure far greater than the 503 personnel the Trump administration says are deployed there. Army Maj. Gen. James B. Jarrard, who heads the U.S.-led Special Operations task force targeting the Islamic State in Syria and Iraq, offered the surprising figure while briefing Pentagon-based reporters via satellite from Baghdad. When asked to confirm the 4,000 figure, Jarrard appeared to be caught off guard. He then apologized and said the number is about 500. Eric Pahon, a Pentagon spokesman facilitating the briefing, interjected moments later, insisting the number is just 503.

New York terror truck driver pledged allegiance to ISIS

New York terror truck driver pledged allegiance to ISIS: Uzbek man who killed eight and injured 15 with his vehicle while shouting Allahu Akbar near Ground Zero left behind notes and a flag | 01 Nov 2017 | The man who allegedly ran down cyclists and pedestrians along 17 Manhattan blocks pledged his allegiance to ISIS before his attack, it has emerged. Police sources say Sayfullo Habibullaevic Saipov, 29, entered a bicycle path at Houston Street at 3.05pm and drove downtown, knocking down victims before smashing into a school bus at Chambers Street, exiting and shouting 'Allahu Akbar'. He then waved a paintball gun in one hand and a pellet gun in the other, and was shot in the abdomen by a police officer...Images of ISIS flags were found in his truck, as well as handwritten notes pledging his allegiance to the terrorist group, insiders told the New York Post.

NYC terror suspect Sayfullo Saipov arrest - Police swarm 2 N.J. locations

NYC terror suspect Sayfullo Saipov arrest - Police swarm 2 N.J. locations | 31 Oct 2017 | The investigation into Sayfullo Saipov, the alleged terrorist accused of killing 8 people Tuesday in a Manhattan truck attack, turned to Passaic County. As of late Tuesday evening, authorities had surrounded a block in Paterson and a parking lot at a Home Depot in Passaic. On Tuesday night, police had surrounded a mosque and nearby garden apartments in Paterson. Saipov is an Uzbek national and came to the U.S. in 2010, NBC News reported. [Yes, and Saipov remained in the US on an expired Greed Card.]

Federal judge in D.C. blocks part of Trump Administration's transgender military ban

Federal judge in D.C. blocks part of Trump Administration's transgender military ban | 30 Oct 2017 | A federal judge in Washington blocked the Trump Administration's proposed transgender military ban, writing in a strongly worded opinion that the policy "does not appear to be supported by any facts." U.S. District Judge Colleen Kollar-Kotelly issued the preliminary injunction Monday, finding that a group of transgender service members would have a strong chance of prevailing in their lawsuit to have the ban declared unconstitutional. The injunction remains in place until the lawsuit is resolved or a judge lifts it.

Eight feared dead in 'possible terror attack' after truck mows down victims on a cycle path just seven blocks from Ground Zero before being shot by police as he waved imitation firearms and screamed Allahu Akbar

Breaking: Eight feared dead in 'possible terror attack' after truck mows down victims on a cycle path just seven blocks from Ground Zero before being shot by police as he waved imitation firearms and screamed Allahu Akbar --The truck rammed into cyclists and runners on the West Side Highway on Tuesday shortly after 3pm | 31 Oct 2017 | Eight people are feared dead after a truck mounted a bicycle path in lower Manhattan on Tuesday afternoon, mowing down cyclists and runners while shouting 'Allahu Akbar'. The driver made his way from down towards Tribeca on the West Side Highway and mounted the bike path a few blocks north of Chambers Street shortly before 3pm. After striking several cyclists and runners, he came to a stop when his truck crashed into a school bus beneath the Tribeca bridge. The man then emerged with imitation guns in his hand and was shot in the leg by police. He survived and was taken to hospital but at least eight innocent people were killed and others are injured.

Up to 6 dead, 15 injured by rented truck in lower Manhattan; 1 in custody

'Act of terror:' At least 8 dead, 15 injured by rented truck in lower Manhattan; 1 in custody | 31 Oct 2017 | (Tribeca, Manhattan) At least eight people were killed and 15 others were injured in lower Manhattan Tuesday afternoon after a truck hit people on a bike path. The driver of the truck, who was brandishing two fake guns and is now in custody, left the truck screaming and was shot by police. This is being investigated as possible act of terror, a high-ranking police source told PIX11 News. The suspect screamed "Allah Akbar."

Truck attack in Manhattan being investigated as terrorism, sources say

Breaking: Truck attack in Manhattan kills 8 in 'act of terror' | 31 Oct 2017 | The driver of a rental truck drove down a busy bicycle path in Manhattan near the World Trade Center, killing eight people and injuring about a dozen others in what officials said was an "act of terror." After crashing the truck into a school bus, the suspect exited the vehicle while displaying imitation firearms and was shot in the abdomen by police, according to the NYPD. The suspect, a 29-year-old man, is in police custody and was taken to a hospital for treatment, officials said. The incident is being investigated as terrorism, officials said. Witnesses reported the suspect was yelling "Allahu Akbar," according to four law enforcement sources. The FBI's Joint Terrorism Task Force is taking over the lead of the investigation.

Halloween: US universities warn students against culturally insensitive costumes

Halloween: US universities warn students against culturally insensitive costumes | 31 Oct 2017 | Universities are urging students in search of an attention-grabbing costume this Halloween to pass on sombreros, Native American headdresses and blackface. Those are some of the costumes grabbing the attention of university administrators who are increasingly concerned that certain costumes are becoming flashpoints in campus debates over race and culture. While not outright prohibiting any costume, administrators are using letters, campus forums and advertising campaigns to encourage students to pick outfits that don't offend classmates of colour..."The cultural temperature on this has gotten so high that nothing is appropriate anymore. We are getting to the point where prohibition is the rule," said [CLG Founder] Michael Rectenwald, a professor of Global Liberal Studies at New York University, who has criticised Halloween costume policies.

Manafort surrenders. What has this got to do with Trump?

Manafort surrenders. What has this got to do with Trump? | 30 Oct 2017 | Former campaign manager to the Trump team, Paul Manafort, has turned himself into the authorities after the long-awaited charges were finally filed on Friday. It is not our place to judge his guilt, but we can ask one question: What has this got to do with Donald Trump and the [alleged] Russian conspiracy? Back in the summer, the media had a frenzy about the FBI raiding Manafort's home searching for evidence of money laundering from his days as a Ukraine spin master and lobbyist. (See filed charges.) But not one of the charges mentions a single word about Donald trump, his campaign team, his presidential bid, or in fact anything whatsoever that you would expect from an investigation into the aforementioned.

Podesta Group one of the companies mentioned in Manafort indictment - report

Podesta Group one of the companies mentioned in Manafort indictment - report | 30 Oct 2017 | The Podesta Group, a prominent lobbying and public relations firm, is one of the two unidentified companies mentioned in the grand jury indictment of former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort and his deputy Richard Gates, NBC News reported Monday. Manafort and Gates approached "Company A" and "Company B" in 2012 about lobbying on behalf of the Ukrainian government, according to the indictment that was unsealed Monday. Company A refers to Mercury Public Affairs and Company B refers to the Podesta Group, three sources with knowledge of the investigation told the news outlet.

White House downplays George Papadopoulos's role in Trump campaign

White House downplays George Papadopoulos's role in Trump campaign | 30 Oct 2017 | White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders downplayed George Papadopoulos's role within President Trump's campaign, referring to him as a "volunteer." "He was a volunteer member of an advisory council that met one time," Sanders told reporters Monday afternoon during the White House press briefing. Papadopoulos, who is 30 years old, joined the Trump campaign in early March 2016 as a foreign adviser. The special counsel tasked with investigating [alleged] Russian meddling in the 2016 U.S. presidential election as well as potential collusion between the Trump campaign and the Kremlin released a statement which says that Papadopoulos "pleaded guilty on Oct. 5, 2017, to making false statements to FBI agents, in violation of 18 U.S.C. 1001."

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