His presentation connects the conspiracy of what is known today as "SpyGate". Bongino emphasizes how nothing will actually be exposed until Robert Mueller is definitively removed from his position. This is why the Deathocrats are pushing hard for his protection.
SpaceX has filed a license application with the Federal Communications Commission to cover testing at the company’s South Texas launch site of what may be the company’s next-generation launch vehicle.
The application, dated Nov. 19 and posted on a publicly accessible FCC database Nov. 21, seeks an experimental communications license to cover transmissions to and from an unspecified vertical takeoff, vertical landing (VTVL) vehicle that company plans to fly at its launch site under construction on the coast of the Gulf of Mexico near Brownsville, Texas.
Hayden served in the Clinton, Bush, and Obama administrations and retired as Director of the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) in 2009.
Hayden, a frequent critic of the current administration, taunted President Donald Trump following revocation of former CIA chief John Brennan’s security clearance, saying it would be an “honor” if his access was also pulled. In March, Hayden told CNN New Day that he sensed President Trump envies the autocratic leadership style of Russian president Vladimir Putin.
The FBI says the data collection, a first-of-its kind effort, will allow the law enforcement community to identify areas of improvement when it comes to training and tactics. Members of a use-of-force data collection task force convened by the FBI also say they hope the data will increase transparency and in turn strengthen trust between the community and law enforcement.
The FBI says the data won't assess whether the officers acted lawfully or within the bounds of department policy or include the final adjudication of the incident, but will aim to "offer a comprehensive view of the circumstances, subjects, and officers involved in such incidents nationwide." Data collection criteria include age, sex, race, ethnicity, height, and weight for the officer or officers and the person killed or injured. Jurisdictions will also be asked to detail information such as why officers initially approached the person, whether the person was armed or threatening an officer or someone else, and the type of force used against the person.
One theory suggests that the tunnels were used by Prohibition-era smugglers and bootleggers.
However, Curts and Dr. Gary Mormino, professor emeritus of history at the University of South Florida, told Fox 13 that public corruption in early 20th-century Tampa meant that organized crime likely didn’t need the tunnel system.
Mormino speculated that the tunnels may have been part of a network that transported Chinese prostitutes from Cuba to the Port of Tampa to Ybor City in the early 1900s, but added that we may never discover their real use...
"Only a racist "liberal" would draw the conclusion that "Black Friday" (retailers traditionally operated at a financial loss from January through November, and "Black Friday" indicates the point at which retailers begin to turn a profit, or "in the black".) was racist and felt the need to "apologize" for it."
The Buhari administration often claims to have technically defeated and sufficiently degraded Boko Haram as a fighting force, but the terrorist sect is still capable of mounting soft target attacks, abducting school kids and overrunning military bases.
In reality though, in a public testimony setting, Comey can claim he can't answer questions about classified matters, and do so in way that implies POTUS is dirty. These types of articles and assumptions are not really grasping the strategy here. Leaks? Nobody is worried about leaks. That's just a narrative that Comey hopes other fish will bite and dwell on - which, as you can see, articles like these just fell for.
Comey plays to the people thinking that a public testimony is a good thing, but in reality it's just a cover that allows him to hide.
Collimated jets provide astronomers with some of the most powerful evidence that a supermassive black hole lurks in the heart of most galaxies. Some of these black holes appear to be active, gobbling up material from their surroundings and launching jets at ultra-high speeds, while others are quiescent, even dormant. Why are some black holes feasting and others starving? Recent observations from the Stratospheric Observatory for Infrared Astronomy, or SOFIA, are shedding light on this question.
The findings, reported in November in Nature Physics by a team working at the University of Sherbrooke in Canada and the National Laboratory for Intense Magnetic Fields (LNCMI) in France, indicate that electrons inside a variety of ceramic crystals called “cuprates” seem to dissipate energy as quickly as possible, apparently bumping up against a fundamental quantum speed limit.
This energy-burning behavior occurs when the cuprates and other exotic compounds are in a “strange metal” phase, in which they resist the flow of electricity more than conventional metals. But when they’re cooled to a crucial temperature, these strange metals transform into perfect, lossless conductors of electricity.
Three people were shot after a fight broke out Thursday night at a shopping mall in Birmingham, Alabama.
According to police, a 21-year-old man got into a fight with an 18-year-old man at a busy shopping mall. The 21-year-old opened fire, and the 18-year-old was shot. A 12-year-old girl who happened to be nearby was also shot.
To turn back the clock on Alzheimer's disease, many researchers are seeking ways to effectively diagnose the neurodegenerative disorder earlier. One potential way to do this is by tracking a person's brainwave activity, which slows down in certain brain regions that are likely to be affected by the disease next, according to recent findings.
Regulatory board CEO says no oil sheens were spotted on the water Monday or Tuesday, meaning the oil has broken down to the point that it can't be cleaned up
Ball said independent groups are involved in the monitoring and the response to the spill as the current board investigates.
Numbers for brick and mortar Black Friday sales won’t be out for a few days but online sales are already jumping.
Digital sales hit a historic high on Thanksgiving Day—$3.7 billion. That’s a 28% spike from last year’s $2.9 billion on the same day, say the folks at Adobe Analytics. And more and more people are shopping on their phones (37% compared to 29% last year).