At a meeting of military commanders at the Kremlin on Wednesday, Putin boasted that “Hypersonic, laser and other state-of-the-art weapon systems, which no other country possesses, will be put in service,” but also added that such advanced technology is “no excuse for Russia to threaten anybody”.
Murder took place near shopping center in Culiacan, Sinaloa, on Wednesday. Footage shows two gunmen emerge from a red sedan in parking lot. They fire 155 rounds into a white Nissan driven by a Sinaloa state police officer. Local reports say officer was involved in operation to nab El Chapo's son
For the past few months we have been following and posting about 8Chan's founder Fredrick Brennan's attack against 8chan, 8kun and Jim Watkins. For those that have been following along, Brennan has not been cryptic about his intentions, and his actions through his twitter account and other means have been documented. Now Watkins has decided to fight back against the maligned attacks orchestrated by Brennan. Read our report to get the details.
... the most terrifying finding in the report is the number of internet users currently being monitored right now as we speak. Of the billions of internet users around the world, “89 percent” or “nearly 3 billion” people fall under some 1984-esque surveillance program. Yes, you should be terrified because that means anything you post or tweet on social media is likely being monitored by your government. Freedom House’s report covered more than just governments watching your internet habits and most of it doesn’t bode well for this whole freedom thing...
Patricia Arce, a member of the ruling Mas party, was dragged barefoot through the streets by demonstrators before being taken away by the police. The Vinto mayor was also forced to sign a resignation letter and the town hall was set on fire, according to the BBC.
The move comes just a day after Counselor to the president Kellyanne Conway told reporters Mulvaney won’t testify — and two days after the committees sent the acting chief of staff a letter asking him to appear. Mulvaney will have to appear before the committees Friday, according to the report.
The 193-member United Nations General Assembly overwhelmingly voted to condemn the U.S. economic and commercial blockade against Cuba on Thursday, and in doing so shunned U.S. calls to condemn Cuba for its ongoing human-rights violations. Brazil and Israel were the only two countries to vote with the United States against the resolution.
The New York Times and other news outlets earlier on Thursday reported that Bloomberg was preparing to file paperwork this week to declare himself a candidate... A Bloomberg adviser said the former mayor and billionaire businessman has been privately mulling a White House bid for weeks and has not yet made a final decision.