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Japan is poised to flood the Pacific with one million tons of radioactive water contaminated by the Fukushima nuclear plant

Japan is poised to flood the Pacific with one million tons of radioactive water contaminated by the Fukushima nuclear plant --Nearly 160 tons of radioactive water is produced at the abandoned plant per day --The Japanese government may decide to deposit the waste into the Pacific | 21 May 2018 | Japan is poised to flood the Pacific Ocean with one million tons of radioactive water contaminated by the Fukushima nuclear plant. Storage space at the abandoned facility is running dangerously low as officials race to secure the nearly 160 tons of radioactive water produced at the plant per day. As space for tanks dwindles the Japanese government and the plant's owner Tokyo Electric Power Company (Tepco) may decide to dump treated water into the ocean...Currently the Tritium water produced at Fukushima is ten times the national standard for ocean dumping of treated waste.

EPA guards forcibly remove AP reporter from summit on contaminants

EPA guards forcibly remove AP reporter from summit on contaminants | 22 May 2018 | The Environmental Protection Agency reversed course Tuesday and allowed a reporter for The Associated Press to cover a meeting on water contaminants after she was earlier grabbed by the shoulders and shoved out of the building by a security guard. The AP journalist, Ellen Knickmeyer, said that Lincoln Ferguson, an adviser to EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt, called to apologize for how she was manhandled and that officials were looking into it. He invited her for the meeting's afternoon session. At least two other news organizations -- CNN and E&E News, which covers energy and environmental issues, had also been initially barred from the event.

The power went out at this Florida city. The 'zombie alert' came next.

The power went out at this Florida city. The 'zombie alert' came next. | 21 May 2018 | A power outage in a South Florida city sparked an alert that left residents wondering if they had awakened to the end of the world. "Power outage and zombie alert for the residents of Lake Worth and Terminus," the alert read. "There are now far less than 7,380 customers involved due to extreme zombie activity." The alert was sent at 1:45 a.m. Sunday and referenced the fictional town threatened by zombies in AMC's television series, "The Walking Dead." City officials confirmed the alert came from the city, but said the message was altered, WPBF reported.

Harvard University will hold first ever black only graduation ceremony

Harvard University will hold first ever black only graduation ceremony | 11 May 2018 | Harvard University will host a graduation ceremony exclusively for black students, organisers have announced. More than 170 students and 530 guests have signed up to attend the event, which will be held 23 May. All-black ceremonies have been held at other US universities, such as Stanford and Columbia, but this will be a historic first for Harvard.

Lawmakers seek registry for military water contamination cancers, illnesses

Lawmakers seek registry for military water contamination cancers, illnesses | 18 May 2018 | Lawmakers have introduced a bill to create a registry of military families experiencing cancers and other illnesses they think may be tied to base water contamination. Sen. Jeanne Shaheen, D-N.H., and Sen. Mike Rounds, R-S.D., introduced the "PFAS [per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances] Registry Act" in April. In April, Military Times reported that the Pentagon had released a study on all the bases that have water sources that tested positive for higher than recommended levels of PFOS and PFOA -- compounds tied to cancers and birth defects... The registry would be similar to one established to record service member exposure to burn pits. In February the Department of Labor found that exposure to the open-air burn pits in Iraq and Afghanistan had caused lung disease. [Thanks, Halliburton!]

Man struck by flying lava amid warning Hawaii volcano eruption could cover island in noxious plume

Man struck by flying lava amid warning Hawaii volcano eruption could cover island in noxious plume | 20 May 2018 | A man injured by flying lava as he sat on his third floor balcony has become the first casualty of the eruption of Hawaii's Kilauea volcano. The unnamed man is in a serious condition after his leg was smashed by the volcanic debris, which can hit temperatures of over 1000 degrees Celsius at the point of eruption, in the town of Pahoa on Saturday... Lava spatters "can weigh as much as a refrigerator and even small pieces of spatter can kill," said Janet Snyder, a spokesperson for the Office of the Mayor, County of Hawaii. The incident came as lava streams threatened to cut off evacuation routes and authorities warned a noxious plume could cover the island as lava began to reach the sea.

Nicolas Maduro wins Venezuela presidential election

Nicolas Maduro wins Venezuela presidential election | 21 May 2018 | Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro was re-elected to a second six-year term. Rival candidates have rejected the electoral process and called for new elections. The vote was marked by low turnout. Venezuela's National Electoral Council (CNE) announced on Sunday the re-election of President Nicolas Maduro with 67.7 percent of the vote. His closest challenger, Henri Falcon, came in second with 21.2 percent, while Javier Bertucci was third with 10 percent. CNE President Tibisay Lucena announced the results with 92.6 percent reporting and said the turnout was 46.1 percent.

Experimental Ebola vaccine to be distributed in Congo

Experimental Ebola vaccine to be distributed in Congo | 21 May 2018 | Health authorities will begin distributing an experimental Ebola vaccine in Mbandaka, a major city in the Democratic Republic of Congo this week, to try to stop the spread of the deadly virus. The confirmation of the first case in Mbandaka, a city of 1.2 million people, has raised concerns that the virus could spread faster than expected. So far, 25 people have died in the outbreak, and of 45 suspected cases, 14 have been confirmed, according to the World Health Organization (WHO). The vaccine, called rVSV-ZEBOV, will likely be distributed to some 8,000 to 10,000 people in its first phase, Peter Salama, deputy director-general of emergency preparedness and response at the WHO, said Friday.

Ebola outbreak in DR Congo spreads to Mbandaka, a city of one million people

Ebola outbreak in DR Congo spreads to Mbandaka, a city of one million people | 17 May 2018 | The Ebola outbreak in DR Congo has spread from the countryside into a city, prompting fears that the disease will be increasingly hard to control. Health Minister Oly Ilunga Kalenga confirmed a case in Mbandaka, a city of a million about 130km (80 miles) from where the first cases were confirmed. The city is a major transportation hub with routes to the capital Kinshasa. At least 44 people are thought to have been infected with ebola and 23 deaths are being investigated. [Now WHO can 'justify' the roll-out of its experimental vaccine - which will likely explode the outbreak. See how that works?]

Hawaii volcano poses a new threat: Acid from Kilauea's lava, called 'laze,' pouring into the ocean

Hawaii volcano poses a new threat: Acid from Kilauea's lava, called 'laze,' pouring into the ocean | 20 April 2018 | After destroying dozens of houses, lava from the Kilauea volcano has now reached the ocean, presenting a new health threat to Hawaii residents. Civil defense authorities on Hawaii posted a warning to stay clear of any lava stream that is flowing into the ocean. When the super hot lava hits the cooler sea water, it produces what is called "laze," hydrochloric acid steam that pours into the air along with fine particles of glass. A dispatch Sunday from Civil Defense said two lava flows have reached the ocean, including at least one near MacKenzie State Park.

DOJ asks watchdog to probe Trump campaign surveillance claims

DOJ asks watchdog to probe Trump campaign surveillance claims | 20 May 2018 | The Department of Justice (DOJ) has asked its inspector general to look into whether or not the FBI surveilled President Trump's campaign for "inappropriate purposes." "If anyone did infiltrate or surveil participants in a presidential campaign for inappropriate purposes, we need to know about it and take appropriate action," Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein said in a statement... The DOJ announcement comes just hours after Trump tweeted that he planned to demand on Monday that the department look into whether federal agents spied on his campaign for "political purposes." The original probe into alleged FBI surveillance abuse was announced in late March, and was focused on whether the department abused the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act (FISA) when it obtained a warrant to surveil former Trump campaign associate Carter Page. That investigation sprung from claims among some House Republicans that federal officials inappropriately used the so-called Steele Dossier to obtain a warrant to surveil former Trump campaign associate Carter Page.

Trump demands DOJ probe claims of campaign surveillance

Trump demands DOJ probe claims of campaign surveillance | 20 May 2018 | President Trump on Sunday said he’ll ask the Department of Justice (DOJ) to investigate whether the FBI surveilled his campaign. "I hereby demand, and will do so officially tomorrow, that the Department of Justice look into whether or not the FBI/DOJ infiltrated or surveilled the Trump Campaign for Political Purposes - and if any such demands or requests were made by people within the Obama Administration!" Trump tweeted. Trump has spent the last few days sounding the alarm on Twitter about claims that an FBI informant was embedded within his campaign.

Trump to 'demand' Justice probe whether FBI, Obama administration spied on campaign for political purposes

Trump to 'demand' Justice probe whether FBI, Obama administration spied on campaign for political purposes | 20 May 2018 | President Trump said Sunday that he will officially demand that the Justice Department investigate whether federal agents infiltrated or surveilled his 2016 presidential campaign for political purposes and whether the preceding Obama administration was behind such action. "I hereby demand, and will do so officially tomorrow, that the Department of Justice look into whether or not the FBI/DOJ infiltrated or surveilled the Trump Campaign for Political Purposes -- and if any such demands or requests were made by people within the Obama Administration!" the president tweeted.

Guardian Response 18 exercise: Soldiers and their helicopters moved outside of radioactive plume, upwind and away from nuclear blast

Guardian Response 18 exercise: Soldiers and their helicopters moved outside of radioactive plume, upwind and away from nuclear blast | 23 April 2018 | (Muscatatuck Urban Training Center, IN) Smoking buildings lay ruined. Debris and clothing are scattered across the landscape. Vehicles, some tipped topsy-turvy, are strewn along roads and paths...Fortunately, this is only a training scenario as part of the U.S. Northern Command-hosted Guardian Response 18 exercise, which takes place here through April 30. Different Kind of Training: In the scenario, there's a blast and radioactive plume with a trail of damage. The soldiers and their helicopters are placed outside of that plume, upwind and away from a nuclear blast at a safe airfield. They provide external support for displaced civilians, aid the injured, assist medical sites on the ground and evacuate patients and casualties. The helicopters basically function as airborne emergency rooms capable of transporting six litter or six ambulatory patients or a mix of both.

Mandalay Bay surveillance and security expert tells 1 Oct. investigators a rooftop video camera was disabled on night of shooting

Mandalay Bay surveillance and security expert tells 1 Oct. investigators a rooftop video camera was disabled on night of shooting --A rather vital rooftop video camera went dark during the 1 October shooting | 17 May 2018 | A surveillance and security expert who has worked at Mandalay Bay for 14-years told investigators of the 1 October shooting that a rooftop security video camera an a camera in the mall area were disabled at the time of the shooting and that the timestamps may be up to 30-minutes off. The MGM employee showed up at work around 9 a.m. the morning after the massacre where he was tasked with checking the Pelco System video camera footage. "My first priority was checking [...] cameras," he stated to police.

DAPL-style protesters could face jail under new 'critical infrastructure' protection laws

DAPL-style protesters could face jail under new 'critical infrastructure' protection laws | 20 May 2018 | New laws introducing harsher penalties against protesters who target "critical infrastructure" such as oil and gas pipelines are now pending in half a dozen states in the US. The legislation is aimed at deterring protests similar to the one that delayed operations at the Dakota Access Pipeline (DAPL) at the Standing Rock Indian Reservation in North Dakota in 2016. Bills have been ushered through state legislatures in Minnesota and Louisiana, states that host parts of the Bakken system, a underground network of pipelines which includes the DAPL and the Energy Transfer Crude Oil system which links oil fields in North Dakota and the Mexican Gulf Coast. The laws ban protesters from trespassing into territories through which "critical" oil and gas pipelines run.

FBI Informant Who Monitored Trump Campaign, Stefan Halper, Oversaw CIA Spying Operation in 1980 Presidential Election

FBI Informant Who Monitored Trump Campaign, Stefan Halper, Oversaw CIA Spying Operation in 1980 Presidential Election | 19 May 2018 | ...Four decades ago, [CIA operative Stefan] Halper was responsible for a long-forgotten spying scandal involving the 1980 election, in which the Reagan campaign -- using CIA officials managed by Halper, reportedly under the direction of former CIA Director and then-Vice-Presidential candidate George H.W. Bush -- got caught running a spying operation from inside the Carter administration. The plot involved CIA operatives passing classified information about Carter's foreign policy to Reagan campaign officials in order to ensure the Reagan campaign knew of any foreign policy decisions that Carter was considering. Over the past several weeks, House Republicans have been claiming that the FBI during the 2016 election used an operative to spy on the Trump campaign, and they triggered outrage within the FBI by trying to learn his identity. On May 8, the Washington Post described the informant as "a top-secret intelligence source" and cited DOJ officials as arguing that disclosure of his name "could risk lives by potentially exposing the source, a U.S. citizen who has provided intelligence to the CIA and FBI." ...But now, as a result of some very odd choices by the nation's largest media outlets, everyone knows the name of the FBI’s informant: Stefan Halper.

Schumer: GOP efforts to identify FBI informant 'close to crossing a legal line'

Schumer: GOP efforts to identify FBI informant 'close to crossing a legal line' | 19 May 218 | Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-N.Y.) on Saturday said Republican lawmakers' efforts to uncover the identity of an FBI informant in order to obstruct special counsel Robert Mueller's investigation comes close to "crossing a legal line." Schumer was tweeting his support of a statement from the Senate Intelligence Committee's top Democrat, Mark Warner (Va.), who warned Republican lawmakers against exposing the identity of the informant who gave investigators information about possible ties between the Trump campaign and Russia. Warner said in a separate Twitter thread on Friday, "It would be at best irresponsible, and at worst potentially illegal, for members of Congress to use their positions to learn the identity of an FBI source for the purpose of undermining the ongoing investigation into Russian interference in our election." [Oops! Looks like the train has already left the station...]

Cambridge professor Stefan Halper outed as FBI spy inside Trump campaign

Cambridge professor Stefan Halper outed as FBI spy inside Trump campaign | 19 May 218 | A Cambridge professor with deep ties to American and British intelligence has been outed as an agent who spied on the Trump presidential campaign for the FBI. Multiple media outlets have named Stefan Halper, 73, as the secret informant who met with Trump campaign advisers Carter Page and George Papadopoulos starting in the summer of 2016. The American-born academic [Deep State troll] previously served in the Nixon, Ford and Reagan administrations. The revelation, stemming from recent reports in which FBI sources admitted sending an agent to spy on the Trump camp, heightens suspicions that the FBI was seeking to entrap Trump campaign aides. "If the FBI or DOJ was infiltrating a campaign for the benefit of another campaign, that is a really big deal," President Trump tweeted Saturday, calling for the FBI to release additional documents to Congress.

22 injured in explosion at Texas chemical plant

22 injured in explosion at Texas chemical plant | 19 May 2018 | Twenty-two workers were injured at a chemical plant Saturday in Pasadena, Texas, a city southeast of Houston. The blast happened about 11 a.m. at Kuraray America Eval in the southern Harris County city. The Pasadena Fire Marshal's Office reported the fire is no longer active. John Krueger, spokesman for the La Porte Office of Emergency Management, said a valve blew and sparked the fire, sending 22 employees to area hospitals, two via air ambulance.

Students Not Smiling at School Will Be Punished, Say Teachers

Way, way beyond panopticism: With policies like these, students would be insane to *not* want to shoot up a school: Students Not Smiling at School Will Be Punished, Say Teachers --Bullying ignored | 16 May 2018 | Northern Lebanon School District students in Pennsylvania must smile while walking the hallways at the institution or they will be punished, according to a report. Students who do not smile in the hallways between periods will be instructed to, and if they refuse, they will be sent to the guidance counselor's office to talk through their problems, reported Lebanon Daily News. Meanwhile, parents claim that reports of bullying in the district are mostly ignored by administrators. Teachers at the institution, who have not been named, told the news agency that Benjamin Wenger, the assistant high school principal, has been strictly enforcing the rule, though it has not yet been put into writing within the district.

Roads ripped up by rumbling Big Island Hawaii volcano

Roads ripped up by rumbling Big Island Hawaii volcano | 17 May 2018 | Roads and buildings have been damaged by earthquakes caused by an erupting volcano on Hawaii's Big Island. Rocks the size of microwave ovens have been shooting out of the Kilauea volcano in the biggest eruptions for almost a century. Rocks roughly 2ft in diameter were found in a car park a few hundred yards from the summit crater. Long cracks have been seen in the island's roads.

If Novichok was used, Skripal would have died on the spot - Putin as ex-double agent leaves hospital

If Novichok was used, Skripal would have died on the spot - Putin as ex-double agent leaves hospital | 18 May 2018 | Russian President Vladimir Putin says he was happy to hear that former double agent Sergei Skripal had been discharged from hospital, stressing that if a weapons-grade poison had been used, Skripal would have died on the spot. Speaking at a joint press conference with visiting German Chancellor Angela Merkel, Putin said he had heard Skripal had been released from hospital. "God give him health, we are very happy," the Russian president said. He added, however, that he doubts a weapons-grade toxin was used to poison Sergei Skripal and his daughter Yulia in Salisbury, UK, in early March.

Cuban airline jet with 113 aboard crashes; 3 survivors critical

Cuban airline jet with 113 aboard crashes; 3 survivors critical | 18 May 2018 | A Boeing 737 plane operated by state airline Cubana crashed after taking off from Jose Marti International Airport in Havana on Friday and three passengers were said to have survived in critical condition, local media reported. The surviving passengers have been brought to the hospital, according to newspaper Granma. The plane lay in a farm field and appeared heavily damaged and burnt. It crashed around noon not far from the end of the runway.

Police: Man arrested after firing shots at Trump golf club

Police: Man arrested after firing shots at Trump golf club | 18 May 2018 | A man shouting about Donald Trump entered the president's south Florida golf course early Friday, draped a flag over a lobby counter and exchanged fire with police before being arrested, police said. One officer received an unspecified injury, officials said. Police were notified of an "active shooter" in the Trump-owned club about 1:30 a.m., Doral Police Chief Hernan Organvidez told news reporters. He said officers from Doral and Miami-Dade confronted him immediately and exchanged gunfire with the man who was "neutralized" and taken into custody.

Gaza: UN to launch war crimes investigation into Israeli forces' shooting of protesters

Gaza: UN to launch war crimes investigation into Israeli forces' shooting of protesters | 18 May 2018 | The UN has voted to send an international war crimes probe to Gaza after the body's leading human rights official slammed Israel's reaction to protests along the border as "wholly disproportionate". Israeli firing into Hamas-ruled Gaza killed nearly 60 Palestinians at mass border protests on Monday. "There is little evidence of any attempt to minimise casualties on Monday," Zeid Ra’ad al-Hussein told a special session of the UN Human Rights Council in Geneva. The council voted through the resolution with 29 in favour and two opposed, while 14 states abstained.

Alleged Texas shooter's Facebook now-defunct page cites connection to the U.S. Marine Corps

Alleged Texas shooter's now-defunct Facebook page cites connection to the U.S. Marine Corps --Profile shot shows him wearing baseball cap with peace symbol | 18 May 2018 | The suspect in the Santa Fe high shooting has been identified by the Galveston County Sheriff's Office as Dimitrios Pagourtzis, a 17-year-old junior at the school who shared photographs on a now-defunct Facebook page of a T-shirt that said "born to kill" and a black military uniform adorned with German nationalist symbols. His profile shot shows him in a black baseball cap with a peace symbol. Pagourtzis played on the defensive line for the school football team during his freshman year and was lauded on a school website in 2016 for playing a "huge role" in shutting down a rival team's running game. Although his Facebook page cites a connection to the U.S. Marine Corps, a USMC spokesperson said he is not affiliated with the Marines. Law enforcement units were dispatched to a home listed for his relatives on Highway 6 in Alvin...A police official at the scene told [witnesses to searched suspect's residence] that the trailer was a "stashhouse" that contained homemade pipe bombs and Molotov cocktails, [witness to search, Joshua] Varney said.

Shooter identified in Santa Fe High School rampage that killed 10

Shooter identified in Santa Fe High School rampage that killed 10 | 18 May 2018 | The suspected shooter arrested after a rampage that killed 10 people at Santa Fe High School this morning is 17-year-old Dimitrios Pagourtzis, the Galveston County Sheriff's Office confirmed. A second person of interest was also detained, officials said. Pagourtzis, a junior, shared photographs on a now-defunct Facebook page of a T-shirt that said "born to kill" and clothes adorned with German nationalist iconography. He played on the defensive line for the school football team during his freshman year, and was lauded on a school website in 2016 for his "huge role" in shutting down a rival team's running game.

Student burst into Texas high school class armed with assault rifle, killing 10 and rigging campus with explosives before being arrested with 'accomplice'

Student burst into Texas high school class armed with an assault rifle, killing 10 and rigging campus with explosives before being arrested along with an 'accomplice' --Law enforcement officials say as many as 10 people are dead and 10 are injured, including a police officer --Gunman, identified by law enforcement as 17-year-old Dimitrios Pagoutzis, was reportedly armed with AR-15-style rifle, shotgun and pistol --Gunman was taken into custody at around 9am local time and a second person, also a male student, was detained for questioning --Officials say suspect left explosive devices inside the school building and at another site off campus | 18 May 2018 | A heavily armed student gunman...was taken into custody after entering a classroom with the word 'Surprise!' and shooting 10 people to death inside Santa Fe High School in Texas this morning. Harris County Sheriff Ed Gonzalez said the 17-year-old male suspect, identified by law enforcement early Friday afternoon as Dimitrios 'Dimitri' Pagourtzis, was taken into custody and a second person of interest was detained. The majority of the deceased victims were students, according to Gonzalez. Ten others were wounded, among them a police officer who was reportedly shot in the shoulder. It was reported by Chron.com, citing law reinforcement sources, that the gunman carried out the massacre with an AR-15-style rifle, a pistol and a shotgun. [Dimitri has three hands?]

Minot Air Force Base: We're also missing a machine gun

Minot Air Force Base: We're also missing a machine gun --According to Military.com, the M240 is a general-purpose, gas-operated, open-bolt machine gun that can fire at a maximum rate of 950 rounds per minute at a maximum distance of more than two miles. | 18 May 2018 | Dangerous equipment has once again gone missing at the U.S. Air Force base in North Dakota that operates aircraft and intercontinental ballistic missiles that can deliver nuclear warheads. Days after Minot Air Force Base reported that one of its squadrons protecting intercontinental ballistic missile silos had lost a 42-pound box of explosive grenade rounds while traveling on a gravel road, the same base said a machine gun turned up missing in a routine inventory of the facility's weapons. "During a standard weapons inventory at Minot Air Force Base in North Dakota on 16 May, a M-240 7.62 caliber weapon was discovered missing," the base said in a short statement on Thursday. [See: Minot Air Force Base loses explosives on North Dakota road 15 May 2018.]

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