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Opinions: Lessons from a century of communism
FOX News: Donna Brazile, you were absolutely right to tell Democrats to ‘go to hell’
NYT > Opinion: Editorial Observer: What Russian Revolution?
Opinions: Trump’s latest claim about the Texas shooting is disingenuous nonsense
Opinions: The Russia issue does matter to voters
Opinions: Is the GOP tax plan political suicide, or just a murder set up to look like one?
FOX News: Ditch political correctness and wise up. Empower cops to fight radical Islamic terrorists here at home
Opinions: We need answers from Wilbur Ross
NYT > Opinion: Op-Ed Columnist: What to Watch on Election Day
Opinion: Why the Paradise Papers matter
Opinions: Have Democrats learned their lesson? Theres reason for hope.
Opinions: Morning Bits
FOX News: Judith Miller: Who worries Korea’s leader the most — Trump or Kim?
Opinions: The GOP tax plan is an anti-adoption recipe for abortion
Opinions: In Argentina, we usually feel safe from terrorism. Not after New York.
NYT > Opinion: Vietnam ’67: Why Thailand Takes Pride in the Vietnam War
NYT > Opinion: Op-Ed Contributor: The Paradise Papers Hacking and the Consequences of Privacy
NYT > Opinion: On Campus: The Catch-22 of Applying for Private Scholarships
NYT > Opinion: Op-Ed Contributors: The Bipartisan Opportunity of Energy Efficiency
NYT > Opinion: Contributing Op-Ed Writer: Sutherland Springs Only Happens to Be in Texas
Opinion: Greeces membership of the euro is still tenuous

 

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German economy minister threatens counter-measures in response to US sanctions on Russia
Op-Ed Contributor: The Past Week Proves That Trump Is Destroying Our Democracy
Op-Ed Columnist: The Americans Who Saved Health Insurance
Before Manliness Lost Its Virtue
Goodbye to the Scaramouch
State Department considers scrubbing democracy promotion from its mission
Why Jeff Sessions is going to lose his war against cannabis
Is the American republic built to withstand a malevolent president? | Michael Goldfarb
Opinion: The Specialists Stranglehold on Medicine
What Monkeys Can Teach Us About Fairness
Reactions to Sessions’s call for tougher sentencing
Trump: Hazardous to Our Health
Putin’s leaky strategy

 

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FOX News: Donna Brazile, you were absolutely right to tell Democrats to ‘go to hell’

The reason why so many Democrats wish Donna Brazile would shut up is actually quite clear. Democrats traditionally paper over any conflicts in their party.

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NYT > Opinion: Editorial Observer: What Russian Revolution?

Demonstrators with images of Joseph Stalin and Vladimir Lenin at a rally marking the 100th anniversary of the 1917 Russian Revolution.

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Opinions: Trump’s latest claim about the Texas shooting is disingenuous nonsense

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Opinions: The Russia issue does matter to voters

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Opinions: Is the GOP tax plan political suicide, or just a murder set up to look like one?

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FOX News: Ditch political correctness and wise up. Empower cops to fight radical Islamic terrorists here at home

We have to let the police be the police and investigate terrorists and other criminals regardless of religion, ethnicity or race based on tried and true procedures.

FOX News

Opinions: We need answers from Wilbur Ross

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NYT > Opinion: Op-Ed Columnist: What to Watch on Election Day

A wall display of names of campaign volunteers for Ralph Northam, the Democratic candidate for Virginia governor.

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Opinion: Why the Paradise Papers matter

Offshore finance makes it easier to hide wealth in plain sight

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Opinions: Have Democrats learned their lesson? Theres reason for hope.

Candidates and even the party establishment may be realizing its not enough just to run against Trump.

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Opinions: Morning Bits

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FOX News: Judith Miller: Who worries Korea’s leader the most — Trump or Kim?

Who most worries South Koreas President Moon Jae In?

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Opinions: The GOP tax plan is an anti-adoption recipe for abortion

Republicans are trying to take away a benefit that helps parents adopt.

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Opinions: In Argentina, we usually feel safe from terrorism. Not after New York.

The terrorist attack on Halloween shocked people in the victims’ native country.

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NYT > Opinion: Vietnam ’67: Why Thailand Takes Pride in the Vietnam War

While the conflict is remembered rightly as a tragedy in both the United States and Vietnam, Thai soldiers are remembered as heroes.

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NYT > Opinion: Op-Ed Contributor: The Paradise Papers Hacking and the Consequences of Privacy

Commerce Secretary Wilbur Rosss holdings in a company connected to Vladimir Putins family was among the information disclosed in documents from the international law firm Appleby.

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NYT > Opinion: On Campus: The Catch-22 of Applying for Private Scholarships

College students can lose out on financial aid if they supplement tuition with private donations.

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NYT > Opinion: Op-Ed Contributors: The Bipartisan Opportunity of Energy Efficiency

A lot of the energy produced in America is wasted. Reducing this inefficiency means big economic and environmental benefits.

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NYT > Opinion: Contributing Op-Ed Writer: Sutherland Springs Only Happens to Be in Texas

There is nothing particularly Lone Star State-ish about a mass killing these days. Ask New York, or Las Vegas.

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Opinion: Greeces membership of the euro is still tenuous

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German economy minister threatens counter-measures in response to US sanctions on Russia

Following the adoption of new sanctions against Russia by both chambers of the US congress, Brigitte Zypries threatened that Europe may take counter-measures.
Op-Ed Contributor: The Past Week Proves That Trump Is Destroying Our Democracy

Do Americans have what it takes to stop him?

Op-Ed Columnist: The Americans Who Saved Health Insurance

The fight isnt over, but savor last weeks victory and recognize its heroes.

Before Manliness Lost Its Virtue

The ancient Greeks wouldnt recognize the Trump administrations concept of manliness.
Goodbye to the Scaramouch

A president with a codpiece and a former Marine Corps general trying to rein him in.
State Department considers scrubbing democracy promotion from its mission

There were signs Rex Tillerson wanted to get rid of democracy promotion at the State Department, and now he might make it official.
Why Jeff Sessions is going to lose his war against cannabis

The attorney general is outmatched.

Is the American republic built to withstand a malevolent president? | Michael Goldfarb

The principle of common good underpins the constitution. Donald Trump is gleefully shredding that idealThe Trump administration, having passed the six-month milestone in office, kicked off the next phase of his presidency with an explosion of crazy, spread over the past seven days. Like sweeps week on The Apprentice, every day saw some headline-grabbing event to garner ratings. It started with leaks against his former bosom buddy, attorney general, Jeff Sessions. President Trump, sources said, was planning to fire him. It moved on to a speech to the Boy Scouts of America jamboree, where Trump told the story of a property developer who lost a fortune and was lurking at a New York party with the hottest people. Later, there was a tweet announcement banning transgender people from the military.

This explosion of crazy concluded with his new White House chief of communications, Anthony Scaramucci, calling the New Yorkers political correspondent Ryan Lizza to trash virtually everyone in the White House. He compared himself positively to the presidents dark lord and special adviser, Stephen Bannon: Im not Steve Bannon, Im not trying to suck my own cock. Im not trying to build my own brand off the fucking strength of the president.

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Opinion: The Specialists Stranglehold on Medicine

Neither political Neither party is addressing the real reason health care costs so much. 

What Monkeys Can Teach Us About Fairness

Whether the reward is a grape or a dollar, studies show that inequality is offensive.
Reactions to Sessions’s call for tougher sentencing
Trump: Hazardous to Our Health

Our salesman in chief celebrates hawking a shoddy product.
Putin’s leaky strategy

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9:41 AM 11/7/2017 – Opinions: We need answers from Wilbur Ross

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Opinions: We need answers from Wilbur Ross
NYT > Opinion: Op-Ed Columnist: What to Watch on Election Day
Opinion: Why the Paradise Papers matter
Opinions: Have Democrats learned their lesson? Theres reason for hope.
Opinions: Morning Bits
FOX News: Judith Miller: Who worries Korea’s leader the most — Trump or Kim?
Opinions: The GOP tax plan is an anti-adoption recipe for abortion
Opinions: In Argentina, we usually feel safe from terrorism. Not after New York.
NYT > Opinion: Vietnam ’67: Why Thailand Takes Pride in the Vietnam War
NYT > Opinion: Op-Ed Contributor: The Paradise Papers Hacking and the Consequences of Privacy
NYT > Opinion: On Campus: The Catch-22 of Applying for Private Scholarships
NYT > Opinion: Op-Ed Contributors: The Bipartisan Opportunity of Energy Efficiency
NYT > Opinion: Contributing Op-Ed Writer: Sutherland Springs Only Happens to Be in Texas
Opinion: Greeces membership of the euro is still tenuous
FOX News: I’m a conservative and I hate the Republican tax plan
FOX News: Democrat and ex-CIA: Trump needs to focus on Making America Feel Good Again or he’s out in 2020
FOX News: Veterans and their service dogs: Keep your paws off, please
Opinion: Rupert Murdoch entertains a retreat to the news business
Opinion: Sri Lanka counts high cost of war and peace
World Socialist Web Site (en): New Zealand: Labour-led government promotes nationalism and militarism
World Socialist Web Site (en): Complaints soar against Australian governments welfare agency

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The Paradise Papers: Revelations Spring From Leaked Records Of World’s Wealthy – NPR
Putin and the Mob – Google News: Jennifer Rubin: Trump administration is up to its neck in Russians – Salt Lake Tribune
Palmer Report: Donald Trump Jr could be facing bribery charges
Palmer Report: Multiple resignations from Donald Trump administration said to be imminent after latest Russia leaks
Donald Trump | The Guardian: My travels in white America a land of anxiety, division and pockets of pain
2016 elections anxiety – Google News: My travels in white America a land of anxiety, division and pockets of pain – The Guardian
putin won US 2016 election – Google News: Trump Aides On Edge Over The President’s Upcoming Meeting With Putin In Vietnam – BuzzFeed News
VOA Newscasts – November 06, 2017
Paradise Papers: Tax haven secrets of ultra-rich exposed – BBC News
At least nine people in Trump’s orbit had contact with Russians … – Washington Post
US commerce secretary invests in firm linked to Putin family and allies, reports say – Washington Post
Russia launched social media support for Trump almost immediately after he announced his campaign – Raw Story
Texas gunman killed his grandmother-in-law and 25 others at church – CNN
Названо имя «техасского стрелка»
Saudi Warns Iran against Supplying Missiles to Houthi Rebels
fbi – Google News: Former FBI director James Comey ditches Reinhold Niebuhr Twitter alias – USA TODAY
fbi – Google News: FBI offering reward to find the ‘Faceless Bandit,’ a suspect in three Massachusetts bank robberies – MassLive.com
Russia probe: Mueller’s evidence
Paradise Papers sends shockwaves around the world
With Manafort, It Really Is About Russia, Not Ukraine – New York Times
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November 2, 2017
Merkel wants progress in coalition talks in 10 days

 

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The Paradise Papers: Revelations Spring From Leaked Records Of World’s Wealthy – NPR
 


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The Paradise Papers: Revelations Spring From Leaked Records Of World’s Wealthy
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U.S. Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross, Britain’s Queen Elizabeth and a key ally to Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau are among the 120 rich and powerful people who are mentioned in the Paradise Papers, a new release of data about offshore tax …
The Energy 202: What you need to know about Wilbur Ross and the Paradise PapersWashington Post
Paradise Papers: Wilbur Ross says ‘nothing improper’ about Russia linksBBC News
5 Secrets of the World’s Wealthiest People Revealed by the Paradise PapersMoney Magazine
Washington Times –Politico –NBCNews.com –New York Times
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Putin and the Mob – Google News: Jennifer Rubin: Trump administration is up to its neck in Russians – Salt Lake Tribune
 


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Jennifer Rubin: Trump administration is up to its neck in Russians
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Newly leaked documents show that Ross has a stake in a shipping company that does business with a gas producer partly owned by the son-in-law of Russian President Vladimir Putin, according to the International Consortium of Journalists. (AP Photo/J.and more »

 Putin and the Mob – Google News

Palmer Report: Donald Trump Jr could be facing bribery charges

Special Counsel Robert Mueller has long been looking into Donald Trump Jr’s meeting with Russian government representatives during the election, as Donald Trump appears to have committed obstruction of justice by trying to cover up the true nature of his son’s meeting. However, based on new details from one of the people who attended the meeting, Junior could be facing criminal charges relating to bribery.Natalia Veselnitskaya, the Kremlin-connected attorney who met with Donald Trump Jr, is now offering damning new details about the meeting. Last week she confirmed that she ran her talking points past Russian President Vladimir Putin in advance, thus confirming that she was indeed acting on behalf of the Russian government. Now she claims that Trump Jr hinted that he and his father might change U.S. law in order to accommodate her.Here’s what Veselnitskaya now claims Donald Trump Jr said to her regarding the Magnitsky Act, which Russia has long sought to get repealed: “Looking ahead, if we come to power, we can return to this issue and think what to do about it.” (source: Bloomberg). This was during the same conversation in which Trump Jr asked her for secret information on Hillary Clinton which could have helped his father’s campaign. When you put these two things together, the argument can be made that one was being offered in exchange for the other, which one legal expert says could meet the legal definition of bribery.

Former federal Prosector Renato Mariotti explains that “offering to exchange an official act for something of value is like soliciting a bribe.” (link). He goes on to cite a past case law against a politician which helps to frame how this could result in bribery charges against Donald Trump Jr. This is in addition to the obstruction of justice charges that Donald Trump could face for making misleading statements about his son’s meeting.

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Palmer Report: Multiple resignations from Donald Trump administration said to be imminent after latest Russia leaks

Last night an international consortium of journalists published the Paradise Papers, which included evidence that a number of members of the Donald Trump administration have secret financial ties to Vladimir Putin and the Kremlin. Now multiple sources are suddenly pointing to anywhere from one to six resignations forthcoming and some of the names are very high profile in nature.The Paradise Papers exposed evidence that Donald Trump’s Secretary of Commerce Wilbur Ross, his Ambassador to Russia Jon Hunstman, and others in the administration have secret financial ties to Russia, which they’ve tried to disguise along the way. Now today there are reports that both of them could resign, along with Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos, Attorney General Jeff Sessions, Secretary of State Rex Tillerson, and Secretary of the Interior Ryan Zinke.Here’s how political insider and MSNBC guest commentator Scott Dworkin has framed the matter today: “Ive received reports today saying DeVos, Huntsman, Ross, Sessions, Tillerson & Zinke are resigning for ties to Russia &/or for corruption.” (link). But he’s not the only source talking resignations today. The news outlet Salon is reporting today that Betsy DeVos is expected to resign due to what her allies categorize as frustration with the Secretary of Education bureaucracy (link), in what could simply be an excuse to bail on the job before things get scandalous.

Jeff Sessions has been caught telling several lies about the campaign’s involvement with Russia. Ryan Zinke is caught up in the chartered flight scandal which has already led to the resignation of HHS Secretary Tom Price. Rex Tillerson has long been rumored to be on his way out, both due to his frustration on the job, and his “moron” debacle with Donald Trump. If any one of these six resignations takes place, in the context of how weak and scandalized Trump already is, it could be a bodyblow to him. If several resignations do indeed take place, it could be the ballgame.

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Donald Trump | The Guardian: My travels in white America a land of anxiety, division and pockets of pain

This summer, Gary Younge took a trip from Maine to Mississippi to find out what has brought the US to this point. From the forgotten poor to desperate addicts, their whiteness is all some of them have left and that makes fertile ground for the far rightJeff Baxters enduring memory, from childhood, is the glow. Coming down over the hill overlooking the coke plant in Johnstown, Pennsylvania, the molten iron would make itself known both as a vision and an aspiration. Its like the sun landed there, says Baxter, a burly, bearded retiree, who achieved his boyhood dream of becoming a steelworker.Today, the plant, like the one Baxter worked in for 30 years, stands derelict a shell that represents a hollowing out not just of the local economy but of culture and hope as though someone extinguished Baxters sun and left the place in darkness. Buildings in the centre of town that were once testament to the industrial wealth produced here stand abandoned. More than 40% of the population now live below the poverty line; 9.1% are unemployed.

There is systemic racism, but black people have advocates. Poor white people dont

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2016 elections anxiety – Google News: My travels in white America a land of anxiety, division and pockets of pain – The Guardian
 


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My travels in white America a land of anxiety, division and pockets of pain
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Just seven months after the US had bid farewell to its first black president, his successor said there were some very fine people marching with the neo-Nazis who chanted: Jews will not replace us. … Out-traded by China (in 2016 the trade deficit 

 2016 elections anxiety – Google News

putin won US 2016 election – Google News: Trump Aides On Edge Over The President’s Upcoming Meeting With Putin In Vietnam – BuzzFeed News
 


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Trump Aides On Edge Over The President’s Upcoming Meeting With Putin In Vietnam
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Trump and his Secretary of State Rex Tillerson both view the meeting as worth the cost of the awkward optics, US officials told BuzzFeed News, but career diplomats inside the administration have come down on different sides. Some White House officials and more »

 putin won US 2016 election – Google News

VOA Newscasts – November 06, 2017

Give us 5 minutes, and we’ll give you the world. Around the clock, Voice of America keeps you in touch with the latest news. We bring you reports from our correspondents and interviews with newsmakers from across the world.Download audio: https://av.voanews.com/clips/VEN/2017/11/06/20171106-190000-VEN119-program_hq.mp3
Paradise Papers: Tax haven secrets of ultra-rich exposed – BBC News
 

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A huge new leak of financial documents has revealed how the powerful and ultra-wealthy, including the Queen’s private estate, secretly invest vast amounts of cash in offshore tax havens.
Donald Trump’s commerce secretary is shown to have a stake in a firm dealing with Russians sanctioned by the US.
The leak, dubbed the Paradise Papers, contains 13.4m documents, mostly from one leading firm in offshore finance.
BBC Panorama is part of nearly 100 media groups investigating the papers.

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At least nine people in Trump’s orbit had contact with Russians … – Washington Post
 


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US commerce secretary invests in firm linked to Putin family and allies, reports say – Washington Post
 


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US commerce secretary invests in firm linked to Putin family and allies, reports say
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The documents leaked as the administration faces several investigations into possible collusion between the Trump campaignand Russia, including a probe by special counsel Robert S. Mueller III that brought its first indictments last week. The millionsand more »
Russia launched social media support for Trump almost immediately after he announced his campaign – Raw Story
 


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Russia launched social media support for Trump almost immediately after he announced his campaign
Raw Story
Russian social media support for Donald Trump’s presidential campaign started just weeks after he announced his candidacy in June 2015 far earlier than had been previously known. The Wall Street Journal reports that Russian Twitter accounts posing …
Russian Twitter Support for Trump Began Right After He Started CampaignWall Street Journal 
Russian support for Trump on Twitter started shortly after he announced bid: reportThe Hill
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Texas gunman killed his grandmother-in-law and 25 others at church – CNN
 


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Texas gunman killed his grandmother-in-law and 25 others at church
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(CNN) [Breaking news update, 2:25 p.m. ET]. Texas church gunman Devin Kelley killed his grandmother-in-law, Lula White, in the massacre Sunday, multiple friends told CNN. White was the grandmother of Kelley’s wife and volunteered frequently at the …
Texas Gunman Had Assaulted Wife and Stepson Before Church ShootingNew York Times
‘Evil has invaded sanctuary’: Texas massacre likely the worst church shooting in US historyWashington Post
Texas shooting: Gunman Devin Kelley ‘had row with mother-in-law’BBC News
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Названо имя «техасского стрелка»
 

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Власти Техаса назвали имя преступника, расстрелявшего прихожан в церкви: 26-летний Девин Патрик Келли. В своё время он служил в ВВС. Пять лет назад его осудили за нападение на собственных жену и ребёнка, а позже с позором уволили из рядов. В последнее время он преподавал в церковной школе.

По данным следствия, он тщательно готовился к нападению. Дома у него нашли целый арсенал. В церковь Сазерленд-спрингс он явился в бронежилете и с винтовкой.

Местные жители тут же открыли ответный огонь, рани
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Saudi Warns Iran against Supplying Missiles to Houthi Rebels

Saudi Arabia accused Iran on Monday of supplying ballistic missiles to the Houthi rebels in Yemen and called it a blatant act of military aggression.
fbi – Google News: Former FBI director James Comey ditches Reinhold Niebuhr Twitter alias – USA TODAY
 


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Former FBI director James Comey ditches Reinhold Niebuhr Twitter alias
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Welcome to the Twitterverse, Mr. Comey. James Comey, who abruptly fired as FBI director in May, used to lie low on social media under the alias Reinhold Niebuhr with the handle @FormerBu. On Monday morning, that handle switched to @Comey …
Ex-FBI Director Comey Tweets As Himself After Revealing Secret AccountCBS San Francisco Bay Area
Meet @comey: The former FBI director is no longer undercover on TwitterThe Boston Globe
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fbi – Google News: FBI offering reward to find the ‘Faceless Bandit,’ a suspect in three Massachusetts bank robberies – MassLive.com
 


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FBI offering reward to find the ‘Faceless Bandit,’ a suspect in three Massachusetts bank robberies
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The FBI may not have a name or even a face, but investigators are hoping a $5,000 reward will change that. Authorities are searching for the “Faceless Bandit,” who is a suspect in three bank robberies in Fall River. The bandit earned the nickname 
FBI VIOLENT TASK FORCE SEEKS PUBLIC’S HELP IDENTIFYING THE FACELESS BANDIT ~ ARMED AND …The Valley Patriot
FBI Offering $5000 Reward In Fall River ‘Faceless Bandit’ CaseCBS Boston / WBZ
FBI searching for ‘Faceless Bandit’ in three recent bank robberiesThe Boston Globeall 6 news articles »

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Russia probe: Mueller’s evidence
 

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US Federal investigators have enough evidence in the investigation into former national security advisor Michael Flynn and his son as part of the Russian election probe, “according to NBC News”:https://www.nbcnews.com/news/us-news/mueller-has-enough-evidence-bring-charges-flynn-investigation-n817666?cid=sm_npd_nn_tw_ma which cites multiple sources.

Special Counsel Robert Mueller is reportedly applying pressure on General Flynn after the indictment of Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort.

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Paradise Papers sends shockwaves around the world

With high-ranking politicians appearing in the Paradise Papers, officials around the globe were quick to react to the leak. The EU and India have started investigations while Russian and US officials were on the defense.
With Manafort, It Really Is About Russia, Not Ukraine – New York Times
 

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With Manafort, It Really Is About Russia, Not Ukraine
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Administration officials dismiss the alleged criminal activity by Mr. Manafort, formerly President Trump’s campaign chairman, as being merely about money-laundering and Ukraine but not Russia, the focus of the investigation by Robert S. Mueller III and more »
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Merkel wants progress in coalition talks in 10 days

BERLIN (Reuters) – Immigration and climate policy are the most contentious issues in exploratory negotiations between three parties seeking to form Germany’s next government, Chancellor Angela Merkel said on Monday, adding that she wants proper talks to start in 10 days.

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NYT > Opinion: Editorial: After ISIS, What Comes Next?

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NYT > Opinion: Op-Ed Contributor: How ISIS helped peace in the Philippiness Muslim south
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NYT > Opinion: News Analysis: No One Knows What Britain Is Anymore
Editorials | The Guardian: The Observer view on sexual harassment in Westminster | Observer editorial
Global Opinions: Australia’s migrant catastrophe is proving Trump right
Opinions: Australia’s migrant catastrophe is proving Trump right
FOX News: Why I am running the New York City Marathon as a guide for a disabled runner
NYT > Opinion: Opinion: The Right to Vote Is Never Safe
NYT > Opinion: Opinion: Everything Is Bad. Blame the Tax Code.
NYT > Opinion: Editorial: Obamacare vs. the Saboteurs
NYT > Opinion: Editorial: After ISIS, What Comes Next?
NYT > Opinion: Letters: Should We Bring Back the Draft?
FOX News: Steve and Jackie Green: The first step in the incredible journey that led to the Museum of the Bible
Nicholas Kristof: Slouching Toward War With North Korea
NYT > Opinion: Opinion: Lets Open Up About Addiction and Recovery
NYT > Opinion: Op-Ed Columnist: Slouching Toward War With North Korea
NYT > Opinion: News Analysis: $1.3 Million for That?
NYT > Opinion: Opinion: Are Christians Supposed to Be Communists?
Global Opinions: Egypts authoritarian crackdown hasnt helped in the fight against terrorism
NYT > Opinion: Opinion: Relax, You Dont Need to Eat Clean
Opinions: Egypts authoritarian crackdown hasnt helped in the fight against terrorism

 

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German economy minister threatens counter-measures in response to US sanctions on Russia
Op-Ed Contributor: The Past Week Proves That Trump Is Destroying Our Democracy
Op-Ed Columnist: The Americans Who Saved Health Insurance
Before Manliness Lost Its Virtue
Goodbye to the Scaramouch
State Department considers scrubbing democracy promotion from its mission
Why Jeff Sessions is going to lose his war against cannabis
Is the American republic built to withstand a malevolent president? | Michael Goldfarb
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Editorials | The Guardian: The Observer view on Donald Trumps tour of Asia | Observer editorial

The American presidents poor grasp of international relations, his bluster and his America first rhetoric are unlikely to reap success in the face of Xi Jinping pragmatism

The phrase bull in a china shop might have been coined to describe this weeks tour of Asia by Donald Trump. During last years presidential election campaign, he raged against China, terming it an enemy and accusing Beijing of raping America with predatory trade practices. With characteristic insensitivity, he suggested Japan should acquire nuclear weapons and South Korea should pay more for its defence. He promised to tear up the multilateral Trans-Pacific Partnership, a promise he then fulfilled. And he vowed to eliminate the threat posed by North Korea by any means, including military action.

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Editorials | The Guardian: The Observer view on sexual harassment in Westminster | Observer editorial

Wholesale reform is needed by our leaders in parliament and society as a wholeIt has taken less than a month for the assault and harassment scandal that has engulfed Hollywood to spread to Westminster. In the past few days, our political system has become paralysed by allegations of assault and harassment by male MPs. Instead of a sober, swift and professional response, we have witnessed the spectacle of political parties desperately scrabbling to produce an adequate reaction and ministers clumsily fighting for their political lives.

There is a real risk the gravity of the crisis that has consumed Westminster is judged superficially by the number of political scalps it claims. In the wake of a sexual harassment scandal that has highlighted the abuses of power that can take place in the shadowy corridors of Westminster, this cannot be allowed to happen.

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Global Opinions: Australia’s migrant catastrophe is proving Trump right

The treatment of refugees has been a stain on Australia’s national conscience.

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Sunday will be the sixth time in the last eight years that Ive run the marathon in New York as a guide runner for runners with disabilities, always under the auspices of Achilles International.

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At the root of our political dysfunction is Americas long love-hate relationship with loopholes.

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The fight to liberate Raqqa, Syria, the last stronghold of ISIS, left the city, like much of Syria and Iraq, destroyed.

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NYT > Opinion: Letters: Should We Bring Back the Draft?

Readers are divided, some arguing it would be democratizing, while others say it would not deter wars or promote tolerance, as proponents hope.

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FOX News: Steve and Jackie Green: The first step in the incredible journey that led to the Museum of the Bible

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Nicholas Kristof: Slouching Toward War With North Korea

The possibility of a deadly exchange is very real.

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NYT > Opinion: Opinion: Lets Open Up About Addiction and Recovery

There is a lot to be said for speaking out about your recovery from alcohol and drug abuse.

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NYT > Opinion: Op-Ed Columnist: Slouching Toward War With North Korea

Kim Jong-un, the North Korean leader, in a photo released by the government in August.

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NYT > Opinion: News Analysis: $1.3 Million for That?

Whatever Paul Manafort may or may not have done, he robbed us of a lavish lifestyle fantasy.

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I recently translated the New Testament. I learned a few things.

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Global Opinions: Egypts authoritarian crackdown hasnt helped in the fight against terrorism

Democracy has been crushed — and terrorism is increasing.

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Your food fears are doing more harm than good.

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The principle of common good underpins the constitution. Donald Trump is gleefully shredding that idealThe Trump administration, having passed the six-month milestone in office, kicked off the next phase of his presidency with an explosion of crazy, spread over the past seven days. Like sweeps week on The Apprentice, every day saw some headline-grabbing event to garner ratings. It started with leaks against his former bosom buddy, attorney general, Jeff Sessions. President Trump, sources said, was planning to fire him. It moved on to a speech to the Boy Scouts of America jamboree, where Trump told the story of a property developer who lost a fortune and was lurking at a New York party with the hottest people. Later, there was a tweet announcement banning transgender people from the military.

This explosion of crazy concluded with his new White House chief of communications, Anthony Scaramucci, calling the New Yorkers political correspondent Ryan Lizza to trash virtually everyone in the White House. He compared himself positively to the presidents dark lord and special adviser, Stephen Bannon: Im not Steve Bannon, Im not trying to suck my own cock. Im not trying to build my own brand off the fucking strength of the president.

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Palmer Report: Shortly after Jared Kushner departs Saudi Arabia, major arrests are now underway

When it was revealed last Friday night that Special Counsel Robert Mueller was about to begin making arrests in Donald Trump’s Russia scandal: one key detail stood out: Jared Kushner was secretly out of the country. No one knows what he was in Saudi Arabia for, and Trump’s White House still refuses to explain it, but in any case Kushner returned home and he was not among those arrested. However, Saudi Arabia has suddenly plunged into a state of chaos with major arrests and a potential regime change underway, raising questions about just what Kushner was doing over there and what Donald Trump was tweeting about this morning.

This evening the royal family of Saudi Arabia arrested one of its own most powerful members, Prince Alwaleed Bin Talal, a multibillionaire international investor, according to a CNBC report (link). Others have also been arrested and/or ousted from the government. This is being officially referred to as a corruption crackdown, but in authoritarian regimes, that’s often code for an attempted regime change. Then there’s Jared Kushner.

We do know that Kushner has long been tasked with the vague goal of establishing Middle East peace for the Donald Trump administration, though he has no skills to make that happen, and there has never been any evidence that he has any real strategy or plan. His recent trip to Saudi Arabia, and the White House’s insistence on keeping the details of the trip a secret, strongly suggest that it was not an above-board trip. Then this morning Donald Trump tweeted this: “Would very much appreciate Saudi Arabia doing their IPO of Aramco with the New York Stock Exchange. Important to the United States!” Then the New York Times (link) revealed a new deal between Saudi Arabia and Russia.

So now we have Jared Kushner taking a secret trip to Saudi Arabia with a secret mission, then Donald Trump suddenly and publicly courts Saudi Arabian business, then a few hours later Saudi Arabia and Russia strike a deal, and a few hours after that, members of the Saudi Arabian royal family no appear to be trying to oust each other in a power struggle that could lead to regime change. What the heck is going on?

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Paul Manafort wants to pledge his Palm Beach Gardens home to free him from house arrest in Virginia. In a motion filed Saturday, the former manager of Donald Trump’s presidential campaign says his $1.5 million St. James Drive home should be used as …

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TOKYO President Trump offered a brief overview of his five-country, 12-day trip to Asia as he flew from Honolulu to Tokyo on Saturday, telling reporters that he expects to meet with Russian President Vladimir Putin while abroad, plans to pressure other leaders to take a tougher stance on North Korea, and thinks he is […]

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President Donald Trump has touched down in Japan at the start of his Asian tour. The president praised American troops who gathered to greet him at Yokota Air Base on the outskirts of Tokyo.

Later, Trump will head to a private golf course for an informal lunch and golf with Japans prime minister, Shinzo Abe.

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Palmer Report: Donald Trumps tweet plunges Saudi Arabian government into regime-changing chaos

Donald Trump just departed on a twelve day overseas trip to Asia. His staff is able to regularly supervise him during these trips, limiting his ability to sneak off and post a mentally incompetent Twitter meltdown. But he did manage to fire off a cryptic tweet on Saturday morning which seemed oddly specific: “Would very much appreciate Saudi Arabia doing their IPO of Aramco with the New York Stock Exchange. Important to the United States!” In the hours since, the government of Saudi Arabia has plunged itself into total chaos and this can’t be a coincidence.

Just hours later, CNBC reported that the royal family of Saudi Arabia arrested one of its own wealthiest and most influential members, Prince Alwaleed Bin Talal, who has invested his money heavily in American companies (link). Others were also ousted from governmental power, as the Crown Prince looks to seize full control over the nation, in what amounts to a partial regime change. Trump’s tweet was some kind of signal to the Crown Prince and Jared Kushner’s secret visit to Saudi Arabia now sticks out like a sore thumb.

Kushner took the trip without the public knowing, and when the media subsequently asked about it, Trump’s White House declined to provide a satisfactory answer. Harvard Law Professor Laurene Tribe characterized Prince Alwaleed’s arrest in this manner: “This is the prince who stiffed Jared on his recent secret mission to Saudi, where of course Putin & Trump are in cahoots.” The company Trump referenced in his tweet, Aramco, is the official government-owned oil company of Saudi Arabia.

So the timeline now looks like this: Jared Kushner secretly traveled to Saudi Arabia and asked Prince Alwaleed to bail out his sinking personal fortunes. Alwaleed refused. One week later Donald Trump publicly invited the Saudi Arabian government to launch its IPO on the New York Stock Exchange. Hours later, the Saudi Arabian government arrested the Prince who had just refused to bail out Kushner. And because everything about Trump relates to Russia, Saudi Arabia just announced a major new oil deal with Russia.

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