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Jun 01 13:56

Mexican Intelligence: ‘ISIS conducting RECON at universities, missile ranges, and electrical power facilities inside the U.S.’

Back in April Judicial Watch reported how their sources revealed that ISIS has already set up a few base-camps near the southern U.S. border. One only 8 miles into Mexico, in “Anapra”, […] “just west of Ciudad Juárez” and another “to the west of Ciudad Juárez, in Puerto Palomas”, closer to New Mexico.

Jun 01 13:52

Does Egypt have a Government?

Military officers often take over countries, but only a fool would call the result a government. Governments do not have to be democratic, but they do have to be rule-based. The rules can come in the form of generic laws or customs, but in all cases they have to be promulgated, that is, be publicly set forth.

Jun 01 13:47

Oklahoma troopers rush to help stranded motorists, shoot and kill one

A flood “rescue mission” turned fatal for one Oklahoma man, who was shot and killed by a state trooper. Police claimed that the man did not want to leave his vehicle, argued and allegedly attacked officers as they tried to get him out of the water.

Jun 01 13:42

How Much More Extreme Can Markets Get?

In blow-off tops, extremes of valuation, complacency and margin debt can always shoot beyond previous extremes to new extremes. This is why guessing when the blow-off top implodes is so hazardous: extreme can always get more extreme.

Jun 01 13:41

Sovereignty, Sedition and Russia’s Undesirable NGOs

On May 23, 2015 Russian President Vlaldimir Putin signed into law a new bill from the Duma that now gives prosecutors power to declare foreign and international organizations “undesirable” in Russia and shut them down. Predictably US State Department spokesperson, Marie Harf, said the United States is “deeply troubled” by the new law, calling it “a further example of the Russian government’s growing crackdown on independent voices and intentional steps to isolate the Russian people from the world.”

Jun 01 13:38

Mother of Six Begins 2nd Year in Israeli Prisons Without Charge

Palestinian mother of six children, wife of a prisoner, sister of three prisoners Samaher Zeineddin has now entered her 2nd year in prison, without charge.

Jun 01 13:37

US passenger jet nearly collides with drone midair

A passenger jet had a near collision midair with a drone at an altitude of 2,700 feet in New York amid the increasing use of drones in the US, the Federal Aviation Administration says.

Jun 01 13:34

IMF lowers Ukraine's 2015 growth projection to minus nine percent

The IMF said Sunday it has lowered its growth forecast for Ukraine's war battered economy to minus nine percent, due in large part to "the unresolved conflict in the East."

Jun 01 13:32

‘He will pay a heavy price’: Erdogan threatens Turkish editor-in-chief for scandalous report

Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan has publicly threatened the editor-in-chief of a Cumhuriyet daily for publishing a report, which showed police discovering weapons ready to be sent to Syrian rebels in trucks belonging to Turkish intelligence.

Jun 01 13:29

South Korea, US begin massive joint anti-submarine drills

South Korean and US forces have launched major anti-submarine military drills off South Korea’s island of Jeju in response to what they call provocations by North Korean submarines.

Jun 01 13:27

Will Hillary Clinton Abolish the Prison State Her Husband Created? Don't Count on It.

As the front-runner for the democratic presidential nomination, Hillary Clinton has been saying all the right things and making all the right moves. At an April 28 Columbia University forum on Criminal Justice, Hillary Clinton gave a passionate speech calling for the reform of the criminal justice system, intoning that, "We don't want to create another incarceration generation," in reference to the present generation of youth impacted by mass incarceration.

Jun 01 13:25

US bombers hold fire in Iraq, Syria due to lack of intel

Nearly 75 percent of US military aircraft targeting ISIL positions in Iraq and Syria returned to base without firing any weapons in the first four months of 2015 because of a lack of intelligence on the ground, according to a report.

Jun 01 13:23

Greenwald: Obama, Media 'Irresponsible' for Scaring Public Over Patriot Act

The Patriot Act will expire at midnight tonight unless Congress takes action today.

Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.) pledged Saturday to “force the expiration” of the goverment spying laws - ensuring that they would lapse, despite a rare 4 PM Sunday Senate session to try and make one last attempt at renewing them. Under Senate rules, it only takes one Senator to object to moving a bill forward. If Paul does object, that could force consideration back to at least Tuesday.

Jun 01 13:16

US police officers not charged over killing of young man in Louisiana

A grand jury in the United States has declined to indict police officers who held a man down with the officers on top of him although he said he could not breathe.