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Ecuador to hand over Assange to UK 'in coming weeks or days' - report

Ecuador to hand over Assange to UK 'in coming weeks or days' - report | 20 July 2018 | Ecuador is ready to hand over the WikiLeaks founder to the UK in "coming weeks or even days," RT editor-in-chief Margarita Simonyan said citing her own sources, as prospects of his eviction from the embassy are back in the media. Simonyan's message comes, as speculations Ecuador is in talks with the UK over the future of Assange are back again in British press. Earlier this week, the Times reported Britain is locked in top-tier discussions with the Ecuadorians in a bid to remove Assange from their London embassy.

Southern Oregon wildfires bring evacuations as statewide emergency declared

Southern Oregon wildfires bring evacuations as statewide emergency declared | 19 July 2018 | The wildfires burning in southwest Oregon showed little signs of slowing Thursday morning, bringing declining air quality and evacuations. Oregon Gov. Kate Brown declared a statewide wildfire emergency to make Oregon National Guard (ONG) troops and resources available. Fire teams are battling more than 100 wildfires from Crater Lake to the South Coast. The weather doesn't appear to offer much relief, with temperatures remaining in the upper 90s and 100s across the southern half of the state.

Trump invites Putin to visit Washington, White House says

Trump invites Putin to visit Washington, White House says | 19 July 2018 | President Trump has asked his White House to extend an invitation to Russian President Vladimir Putin to visit Washington later this year, Press Secretary Sarah Sanders said Thursday. “In Helsinki, @POTUS agreed to ongoing working level dialogue between the two security council staffs. President Trump asked @Ambjohnbolton to invite President Putin to Washington in the fall and those discussions are already underway," Sanders tweeted. Trump and Putin met in Helsinki, Finland on Monday. Earlier Thursday, Trump called the summit "a great success" and said he looked "forward to our second meeting."

Mueller indicts 12 Russians for allegedly hacking into DNC as Trump-Putin summit looms

Mueller indicts 12 Russians for allegedly hacking into DNC as Trump-Putin summit looms | 13 July 2018 | Special counsel Robert Mueller indicted 12 Russian military officials on Friday and accused them of hacking into two Democratic Party computer systems to sabotage the 2016 presidential election. Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein announced the indictment, filed in federal district court in Washington, just days before a scheduled Monday summit in Helsinki between President Donald Trump and Russian President Vladimir Putin. U.S. intelligence agencies have assessed that Putin ordered a Russian effort to manipulate the 2016 election in Trump's favor.

U.S. jobless claims sink to 48-year low

U.S. jobless claims sink to 48-year low --Record job openings, growing labor shortage keep lid on layoffs | 19 July 2018 | The numbers: Initial jobless claims, a proxy for layoffs in the U.S., sank in mid-July to the lowest level since the end of 1969. New claims dropped by 8,000 to 207,000 in the seven days ended July 14. Economists polled by MarketWatch had forecast a 224,000 reading. The more stable monthly average of claims, meanwhile, slipped by 2,750 to 220,500, the government said Thursday.

White House Rejects Putin's Proposal to Let Russian Officers Interview Americans

White House Rejects Putin's Proposal to Let Russian Officers Interview Americans | 19 July 2018 | The White House said in a statement on Thursday that it rejected Vladimir Putin's proposal to allow Russia to question of US citizens involved in criminal cases...Putin said during a press conference with Trump in Helsinki that Russia would allow US investigators to take part in the questioning of 12 Russian citizens indicted by US Special Counsel Robert Mueller for conspiracy to meddle in the 2016 US presidential election if the United States allows Russia to question of US citizens involved in criminal cases. Russia has repeatedly denied allegations that it interfered in the 2016 vote, calling such claims absurd.

Trump administration introduces proposal to roll back Endangered Species Act protections

Trump administration introduces proposal to roll back Endangered Species Act protections | 19 July 2018 | The Trump administration is proposing significant changes to the way it enforces the Endangered Species Act that it says are a needed modernization of a decades-old regulations, but that wildlife groups say will put endangered animals and plants at risk. The proposal would make it easier to de-list an endangered species, and would withdraw a policy that offered the same protections for threatened species as for endangered species unless otherwise specified. It would streamline interagency consultations and make it more difficult to protect habitat near land where endangered species live.

James Comey: 'All who believe in this country’s values must vote for Democrats this fall'

James Comey: 'All who believe in this country’s values must vote for Democrats this fall' | 18 July 2018 | Ex-FBI director James Comey's message to Americans was clear: Vote for Democrats in the 2018 midterms. "This Republican Congress has proven incapable of fulfilling the Founders’ design that 'Ambition must ... counteract ambition.' All who believe in this country's values must vote for Democrats this fall," Comey tweeted Tuesday night. "Policy differences don't matter right now. History has its eyes on us." Comey's warning came amid ongoing [Deep State-engendered] controversy surrounding President Donald Trump and Russian President Vladimir Putin.

Pennsylvania Army depot explosion injures 4 people, 3 seriously, officials say

Pennsylvania Army depot explosion injures 4 people, 3 seriously, officials say | 19 July 2018 | Four people were injured Thursday in an explosion at a Pennsylvania Army depot housing missiles and ammunition -- and three of those hurt were airlifted in serious condition to hospitals in the Baltimore-area, officials said. Col. Steven Ledbetter, the commander at Letterkenny Army Depot, said a small explosion and fire occurred, injuring four people, around 7:20 a.m. in the paint area of Building 350...The cause and severity of the explosion wasn't immediately clear, however, some employees reported seeing two coworkers run out of a building "screaming and on fire, one with chemical burns," ABC27 reported.

Senate Democrats block resolution supporting ICE

Senate Democrats block resolution supporting ICE | 18 July 2018 | A GOP Senate resolution supporting Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) -- and knocking progressives' call to "abolish" it -- was blocked by Democrats on Wednesday shortly after a similar measure was approved by the House...The move to block the Senate GOP resolution came as House Republicans passed their own resolution supporting ICE. The House measure was approved in a 244-35 vote, with 18 Democrats voting to back ICE and 34 voting against the resolution. The majority of Democrats in the chamber voted "present" at the urging of party leadership.

Embarrassing: Police Trace Source of Novichok to British Man, Not Russia

Embarrassing: Police Trace Source of Novichok to British Man, Not Russia | 18 July 2018 | In a huge embarrassment for the British government, police have identified a British man as the source of the novichok agent used to poison Russian spy Sergei Skirpal. According to Scotland Yard, a bottle of the deadly poison that was recovered from the home of Charlie Rowley – one of the latest victims of novichok poisoning. Sky News reports: Tests at Porton Down have confirmed that the substance in the bottle is novichok, Scotland Yard said. An investigation is now under way to establish whether it is from the same batch that poisoned Sergei and Yulia Skripal in Salisbury in March.

UMN policy would punish incorrect use of gender pronouns

UMN policy would punish incorrect use of gender pronouns | 16 July 2018 | The University of Minnesota is considering a new policy that would mandate the use of "preferred pronouns" under threat of expulsion or firing. According to the policy--currently titled "Equity and Access: Gender Identity, Gender Expression, Names and Pronouns"--members of the academic institution "are expected to use the names, gender identities, and pronouns specified to them by University members." The university explains that the document is needed to further support "transgender and gender nonconforming" individuals on campus...To accomplish these goals, the policy includes a lengthy list of punishments designed to discourage "discrimination" and "harassment" based on gender identity.

Measure to split California into three states removed from ballot by the state Supreme Court

Measure to split California into three states removed from ballot by the state Supreme Court | 18 July 2018 | The California Supreme Court decided unanimously Wednesday to remove from the November ballot a measure aimed at dividing California into three states. In a brief order, the court said it acted "because significant questions have been raised regarding the proposition's validity and because we conclude that the potential harm in permitting the measure to remain on the ballot outweighs the potential harm in delaying the proposition to a future election." The court, meeting in closed session, also agreed to rule eventually on the measure's constitutionality, a ruling that is likely to go against the initiative.

Non-citizens legally register to vote in San Francisco school elections

Non-citizens legally register to vote in San Francisco school elections | 18 July 2018 | San Francisco began registering non-citizens, including undocumented immigrants, to register to vote Monday in the November election for the city school board, reported The San Francisco Chronicle. The move follows passage of a 2016 ballot measure by San Francisco voters opening school elections to non-citizens who are over the age of 18, city residents and have children under age 19, reported the publication. San Francisco became the first city in California to allow non-citizens to vote in local elections following passage of Measure N with 54 percent of the vote after two previous failed tries, reported KTVU.

Trump: No, Russia isn't targeting US

Trump: No, Russia isn't targeting US | 18 July 2018 | US President Donald Trump has said Russia is not targeting the US and reiterated that nobody has been as tough on Moscow as he has. Speaking following a Wednesday cabinet meeting, Trump shook his head and said "no" when asked by a reporter if Russia was still targeting the US. "There's been no president ever as tough as I have been on Russia," he said adding that Putin "knows it better than the media."

Haters would rather 'go to war' than see me getting along with Putin - Trump

Haters would rather 'go to war' than see me getting along with Putin - Trump | 18 July 2018 | In a fresh tweet President Donald Trump has said some people would rather "go to war" than see him getting along with Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin. He added that the "haters" merely want "a boxing match." Starting the morning with a new post, Trump gave credit to his press conference following a landmark gathering with Putin in Finland on Monday. The sight of Trump and Putin not attacking each other at the press conference in Helsinki sent mainstream US media into meltdown. Some outlets were angered even by the fact that the summit happened at all.

Hawaii gets new island as erupting volcanic crater continues to spew lava into sea

Hawaii gets new island as erupting volcanic crater continues to spew lava into sea | 16 July 2018 | Lava flows that have been cascading into the sea have formed a brand new, small island off the coast of Hawaii after a crater at Mount Kilauea exploded with the force of a 5.2-magnitude earthquake. Friday's crater explosion sparked a slow-moving flood of lava that destroyed hundreds of homes at Kapoho, on the Big Island...When the lava cooled, the sea peeled back to reveal a small island jutting out from the depths only a few meters from the mainland.

Russian military 'ready to work with US' after Trump and Putin talk Syria, nuclear arms in Helsinki

Russian military 'ready to work with US' after Trump and Putin talk Syria, nuclear arms in Helsinki | 17 July 2018 | The Russian military is ready to work with the US colleagues on all the areas discussed by the two presidents during the Helsinki summit, namely cooperation in Syria and mutual reduction of the strategic nuclear arsenals. "Russian Defense Ministry is ready to implement the agreements on the international security, reached by Russia's President Vladimir Putin and US President Donald Trump during the Helsinki summit yesterday," Ministry's spokesman Major General Igor Konashenkov told reporters on Tuesday. On Monday, Russian and the US leaders agreed to revitalize the military cooperation in several fields. During the press conference in the aftermath of the summit, Trump stated that Russian and US militaries proved to actually get along better than the politicians of the two countries over the past few years, naming deconfliction communication in Syria as an example.

House GOP questions FBI lawyer for second day

House GOP questions FBI lawyer for second day | 16 July 2018 | House Republicans grilled former FBI lawyer Lisa Page behind closed doors on Monday as they sought to make the case that bias influenced the bureau's investigations of President Trump and Hillary Clinton. It was the second day of a grueling interview for Page, whose emails and text messages with FBI agent Peter Strzok have been cited by GOP lawmakers as suggesting the FBI was biased against the Republican presidential candidate. Lawmakers from the House Judiciary and House Oversight and Government Reform committees remained mostly tight-lipped on the details of her testimony, though multiple Republicans praised her as cooperative and forthcoming.

Russian gun activist arrested as 'foreign agent', lawyer calls it misuse of law

Russian gun activist arrested as 'foreign agent', lawyer calls it misuse of law | 16 July 2018 | The Russian gun activist who was arrested in Washington, DC is not an agent of the Kremlin and the Department of Justice (DOJ) is misusing the law to charge her as such, the attorney for Maria Butina said. Butina, 29, was arrested on Sunday and jailed pending a hearing scheduled on Wednesday, the DOJ said in a statement on Monday. She was charged with "conspiracy to act as an agent of the Russian Federation within the United States without prior notification to the Attorney General." Charges against Butina are "simply a misuse of the Foreign Agent statute, which is designed to punish covert propaganda, not open and public networking by foreign students," Butina's attorney Robert Driscoll said in a statement.

Secret plot to 'Evict Julian Assange from Ecuadorian embassy' after 6 years inside

Secret plot to 'Evict Julian Assange from Ecuadorian embassy' after 6 years inside | 15 July 2018 | The UK and Ecuadorian authorities are secretly planning on evicting Julian Assange from his embassy safe house after six years inside, it has been reported. The Wikileaks founder has been living in the South American country's embassy building since 2012 after seeking asylum there over fears he would be extradited to the US on espionage charges. He originally went into hiding after an arrest warrant was issued so he could be sent to Sweden over sexual assault and rape allegations. But he has reportedly overstayed his welcome [?!?] since former Ecuadorian president, Rafael Corra, granted him political asylum. Sources have said the UK and Ecuadorian Governments are keen to strike a deal to get him out.

Cold War ended, difficulties in Russia-US relations don't have any objective reasons - Putin

Cold War ended, difficulties in Russia-US relations don't have any objective reasons - Putin | 16 July 2018 | There are no objective reasons for Moscow and Washington not to get along, said Russian President Vladimir Putin speaking first after more than three hours talks with US President Donald Trump. The talks reflected "shared wish" of the two presidents to fix the US-Russia relations and envision the first steps to do so, Putin added... Trump again asked his Russian counterpart on the alleged Russian meddling into the 2016 presidential elections, Putin revealed, stating that he replied exactly the same, as the last time. Russia has not meddled into the internal affairs of the US, he stated, adding that if any real evidence is provided, Moscow will cooperate on it.

Putin, Trump hold first ever one-on-one summit in Helsinki

Putin, Trump hold first ever one-on-one summit in Helsinki | 16 July 2018 | The heads of Russia and the US are holding talks today in the Finnish capital of Helsinki to discuss a wide range of issues in an attempt to mend bilateral relations. Russian President Vladimir Putin and his US counterpart Donald Trump have arrived at the presidential palace in Helsinki to hold their first ever full-fledged summit talks... Russian presidential aide Yuri Ushakov said that the Syrian issue would be one of the central topics: Russia's alleged meddling in the US election and energy cooperation are among other issues experts have mentioned. The top diplomats from the two countries Sergei Lavrov and Mike Pompeo have held separate talks.

Trump and Putin: Leaders set to have 90 minute one-on-one meeting in Helsinki before they let aides join them

Trump and Putin: Leaders set to have 90 minute one-on-one meeting in Helsinki before they let aides join them and will wrap up their confab with a press conference | 15 July 2018 | President Donald Trump and Russian President Vladimir Putin will have a 90 minute one-on-one meeting in Helsinki on Monday after amid worries about what kind of concessions the president may offer his Russian counterpart when they are alone. After Trump and Putin meet mano-a-mano at 1:20 p.m. local time (6:20 a.m. ET), they will be joined by aides for a two-hour expanded meeting and working lunch at the Presidential Palace. The leaders will cap off their time in Finland with a press conference at 4:50 p.m. local time (9:50 a.m. ET). The two men are only scheduled to see one another on Monday afternoon.

'Israeli rockets' strike Syrian military positions near Aleppo - state media

'Israeli rockets' strike Syrian military positions near Aleppo - state media | 15 July 2018 | Syrian military positions near Aleppo airport have come under a missile strike, state media reports, blaming Israel for the attack. The strike targeted "one of our military positions north of the airport in Aleppo," a military source told the Syrian Arab News Agency, stressing that the damage from the aggression was "limited to material." The source denounced the raid as a "desperate attempt to support the defeated terrorist groups" in Daraa and Quneitra, where the Syrian army is actively working to defeat them.

Leak at Porton Down lab may be behind UK nerve-agent poisonings - Russian embassy

Leak at Porton Down lab may be behind UK nerve-agent poisonings - Russian embassy | 14 July 2018 | A leak at the Porton Down secret laboratory may explain the nerve agent poisonings in Britain, as both cases happened in nearby Salisbury and Amesbury, the Russian embassy in the UK has said. The Russian mission pointed out that both poisoning cases took place "in the vicinity of the secret military chemical laboratory in Porton Down," which may well lead to the conclusion that "some kind of 'leak' from this laboratory might have taken place. This cannot be excluded." The Porton Down chemical laboratory is located some 8km from both Salisbury and Amesbury. [Also, check Fort Detrick's little house of chemical warfare horrors.]

Rosenstein target of impeachment filing being prepared by House conservatives - report

Rosenstein target of impeachment filing being prepared by House conservatives - report | 13 July 2018 | Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein is the target of an impeachment effort being undertaken by conservatives in the U.S. House of Representatives, according to a report. U.S. Reps. Mark Meadows, R-N.C., and Jim Jordan, R-Ohio, both members of the House Freedom Caucus, are said to be leading the effort and could submit an impeachment filing in the next few days, Politico reported Friday. Rosenstein has been clashing with some House Republicans for months over requests for Department of Justice documents, the Washington Examiner reported.

UK police claim to have found bottle containing 'Novichok' nerve agent in Amesbury victim's house

UK police claim to have found bottle containing 'Novichok' nerve agent in Amesbury victim's house | 13 July 2018 | UK police say they have found the source of the nerve agent that allegedly poisoned two people in Amesbury, killing one. They claim the source appears to be a small bottle discovered in one of the victim's homes. The bottle was apparently found in Charlie Rowley's house in Amesbury on Wednesday. "Scientists have now confirmed to us that the substance contained within the bottle is Novichok," a Friday statement by police said. Investigators say they've not yet determined how a bottle of supposedly weapons-grade chemicals ended up in Rowley's home, or if there are more like it around.

Ex-FBI lawyer Page agrees to testify before House this week

Ex-FBI lawyer Page agrees to testify before House this week | 12 July 2018 | Former FBI lawyer Lisa Page has struck a deal to testify this week before Congress for a transcribed interview centered on her conduct during the 2016 presidential race, according to the head of the House Judiciary Committee. Page, a close adviser to former Deputy Director Andrew McCabe, is scheduled to appear for the interview on Friday at 1:30 p.m. Lawmakers will then be able to continue their questioning on Monday, according to a committee press release.

Germans favor withdrawal of US troops, not paying more for US 'protection' - poll

Germans favor withdrawal of US troops, not paying more for US 'protection' - poll | 12 July 2018 | Almost every second German favors the withdrawal of US forces based there, according to a poll taken prior to the NATO summit, at which Donald Trump accused Berlin of relying on Washington's protection and not contributing enough. Some 42 percent of Germans are ready to see 35,000 US troops return home, a new YouGov poll, conducted on behalf of the German Press Agency, revealed. Only 37 percent wanted to see US troops stay in Germany in some capacity. The remaining 21 percent did not decide.

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