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on July 11, 2016 in World News

Race baiter Obama doesn’t know true motive of Dallas shooter

President Barack Obama, who rushed to paint the deaths of Alton Sterling and Philando Castile at the hands of police as racially motivated, despite a lack of evidence, refused to do the same for the murder of five police officers in Dallas, despite an overabundance of evidence. “I think it’s very hard to untangle the motives of this shooter,” he said during a speech in Poland on Saturday, according to Breitbart. “As we’ve seen, in a whole range of incidents with mass shooters, they are, by definition, troubled. By definition, if you shoot people who pose no threat to you, strangers, you...

President Barack Obama, who rushed to paint the deaths of Alton Sterling and Philando Castile at the hands of police as racially motivated, despite a lack of evidence, refused to do the same for the murder of five police officers in...

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on July 11, 2016 in World News

Meet the ‘Little People’: Those Punished for Far Less Than What Clinton Did

by Edwin Mora Several people have been punished for a similar or lesser offense than what Hillary Clinton is getting away with — being “extremely careless” in handling “very sensitive, highly classified information,” as FBI Director James Comey has said. In announcing that the FBI will not recommend charges in the Clinton email scandal, Comey appeared to suggest that if someone other than the Democratic presidential nominee mishandles classified information, that person would be punished. “To be clear, this is not to suggest that in similar circumstances a person who engaged in this activity would face no consequences,” he conceded. “To...

by Edwin Mora Several people have been punished for a similar or lesser offense than what Hillary Clinton is getting away with — being “extremely careless” in handling “very sensitive, highly classified information,” as FBI Director James Comey has...

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on July 11, 2016 in World News

Vermont Admits Seventeen Refugees Diagnosed With Active TB

by Michael Patrick Leahy After Breitbart News reported that three refugees in Vermont have been diagnosed with active tuberculosis (TB) over the past seven months, an official with the Vermont Department of Health admitted that a total of fifteen refugees in the Green Mountain State were diagnosed with active TB between 2003 and 2015. That brings the total of refugees the Vermont Department of Health now admits have been diagnosed with active TB between 2003 and June 30, 2016 to seventeen. One of the three diagnosed in the past seven months was diagnosed in December 2015. The other two were… View Article

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on July 11, 2016 in World News

NATO and US Agree to Deploy Military Forces Against Non-Existent Russian Threat

By Claire Bernish On Friday, NATO leaders agreed to the deployment of military forces to Eastern Europe to bolster Baltic states against the threat of Russian incursion. Following the launch of the Western alliance’s unprecedented military exercise known as Anakonda-16 — ten days of war games in Poland involving some 30,000 troops from over 20 NATO member nations — the announcement backs up posturing over supposed Russian aggression in the region. Anakonda-16 has been described as the largest military exercise since the Cold War — but Russian President Vladimir Putin has understandably perceived such moves as aggressive and a...

By Claire Bernish On Friday, NATO leaders agreed to the deployment of military forces to Eastern Europe to bolster Baltic states against the threat of Russian incursion. Following the launch of the Western alliance’s unprecedented military exercise known as...

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on July 11, 2016 in World News

Allergic to life: the Arizona residents ‘sensitive to the whole world’

In Snowflake, people tell Kathleen Hale they have found refuge in the desert to escape fragrances, electricity, Wi-Fi and other facets of modern life lot of things caused Susie pain: scented products, pesticides, plastic, synthetic fabrics, smoke, electronic radiation – the list went on. Back in “the regular world”, car exhaust made her feel sick for days. Perfume gave her seizures. Then she uprooted to Snowflake, Arizona. “I got out of the car and didn’t need my oxygen tank,” she said, grinning at me in the rearview mirror. “I could walk.” There are about 20 households where she now...

In Snowflake, people tell Kathleen Hale they have found refuge in the desert to escape fragrances, electricity, Wi-Fi and other facets of modern life lot of things caused Susie pain: scented products, pesticides, plastic, synthetic fabrics, smoke, electronic radiation...

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on July 11, 2016 in World News

Police Swipe at Obama Over Tensions

By Felicia Schwartz,Byron Tau andZusha Elinson Some law enforcement officials say president has helped sow distrust between police and minorities As President Barack Obama prepares to head to Dallas on Tuesday after the deadly shooting of five policemen, he faces criticism from some law enforcement officials that he has helped inflame tensions between police and minority communities. The White House said Sunday Mr. Obama would speak in Dallas, at the invitation of the mayor, at an interfaith memorial service to commemorate the attack’s victims. The president has tried to walk a fine line between acknowledging the grievances of activists protesting...

By Felicia Schwartz,Byron Tau andZusha Elinson Some law enforcement officials say president has helped sow distrust between police and minorities As President Barack Obama prepares to head to Dallas on Tuesday after the deadly shooting of five policemen, he faces...

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on July 11, 2016 in World News

Obama plans major nuclear policy changes in his final months

By Josh Rogin The Obama administration is determined to use its final six months in office to take a series of executive actions to advance the nuclear agenda the president has advocated since his college days. It’s part of Obama’s late push to polish a foreign policy legacy that is plagued by challenges on several other fronts. President Obama announced his drive to reduce the role of nuclear weapons and eventually rid the world of them in his first major foreign policy speech, in Prague in 2009. In his first years, he achieved some successes, such as the New...

By Josh Rogin The Obama administration is determined to use its final six months in office to take a series of executive actions to advance the nuclear agenda the president has advocated since his college days. It’s part of...

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on July 11, 2016 in World News

Majority Disapproves of Decision Not to Charge Clinton on Emails

  By GREGORY HOLYK A majority of Americans disapproves of the FBI‘s recommendation not to charge Hillary Clinton with a crime over her handling of email while secretary of state, and a similar number in a new ABC News/Washington Post poll say the issue leaves them worried about how she’d handle her responsibilities as president if elected. Most also say the email controversy won’t affect their vote choice in the presidential election. But more say it leaves them less rather than more likely to support Clinton, 28 percent vs. 10 percent. See PDF with full results here. Reaction to...

  By GREGORY HOLYK A majority of Americans disapproves of the FBI‘s recommendation not to charge Hillary Clinton with a crime over her handling of email while secretary of state, and a similar number in a new ABC News/Washington...

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on July 11, 2016 in World News

Populism is a ‘dangerous’ trend in EU, USA: says EU trade commissioner

By Megha Rajagopalan BEIJING (Reuters) – The European Union’s trade chief described populist movements in the United States and elsewhere as “a recipe for isolation and failure” on Monday even as she sought to allay fears about Britain’s exit from the EU during a trip to China. Cecilia Malmström, the commissioner for trade, made the remarks before the EU’s annual summit with China, where the two sides are expected to make progress on a major investment deal and discuss issues from steel overcapacity to China’s island-building in the South China Sea. Asked by a student about the possibility that...

By Megha Rajagopalan BEIJING (Reuters) – The European Union’s trade chief described populist movements in the United States and elsewhere as “a recipe for isolation and failure” on Monday even as she sought to allay fears about Britain’s exit...

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on July 10, 2016 in World News

Canada Ignores Lockheed Threats: Ottawa Wants Super Hornet, Not Faulty F-35

Flying at a clip of 1,200mph (1931 kmh), the Super Hornet provides nearly all the capabilities of the F-35, its ready today, and at a fraction of the cost. In the face of continued extortion efforts by Lockheed Martin to force the Canadian government to purchase the defective F-35 Lightning fighter jet at a staggering cost of nearly $200 million per unit, Ottawa appears intent on procuring Boeing’s F/A 18E Super Hornet to replace the air force’s aging CF-18 fighter fleet citing lower costs, earlier availability, and higher performance. © AP Photo/ Airman Magazine Lockheed Threatens Canada, Again: Will Cut 10k Jobs if Ottawa Discards F-35 Lockheed...

Flying at a clip of 1,200mph (1931 kmh), the Super Hornet provides nearly all the capabilities of the F-35, its ready today, and at a fraction of the cost. In the face of continued extortion efforts by Lockheed Martin to force the...

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