Wednesday, December 21, 2016

Assassination, Truck Attack Point to Unpredictability Facing Trump Wednesday December 21st, 2016 at 9:32 AM

Assassination, Truck Attack Point to Unpredictability Facing Trump

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The Berlin attack and Ankara assassination underscore the global tinderbox President-elect Donald Trump is set to inherit, and his response suggests his White House will take a sharply different approach to unexpected crises.

Russia's Rise in Mideast Stirs Up Enemies

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As America’s influence has shrunk in the Middle East, Russia has taken the place the U.S. long occupied in the minds of many in the region: an alien imperialist power seen as waging war on Muslims and Islam.

A look at the most significant attacks in Turkey in 2016

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The assassination Monday evening of Russia’s ambassador to Turkey, Andrei Karlov, follows a long string of attacks in Turkey this year. A look at the most significant attacks:

Witness to an assassination: AP photographer captures attack

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ANKARA, Turkey (AP) -- The event was routine enough - the opening of an exhibit of photographs of Russia - and when a man on stage pulled out a gun I thought it was a theatrical flourish....

The Latest: More buses take residents out of Syria's Aleppo

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BEIRUT (AP) -- The Latest on the development in the Syrian civil war and the aftermath of the assassination of Russia's ambassador to Turkey (all times local):...

Tupac Shakur, Pearl Jam, Yes to be inducted into Rock Hall

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NEW YORK (AP) -- The late rapper Tupac Shakur and Seattle-based rockers Pearl Jam lead a class of Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductees that also include folkie Joan Baez and 1970s favorites Journey, Yes and Electric Light Orchestra....
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Accidental shooting deaths, injuries spike over the holidays

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The happiest of seasons is also among the deadliest: Unintentional shootings spike during the holidays, and are more likely to occur than any other time of the year, according to an analysis by The Associated Press and the USA TODAY Network....

Scholar of Islamist extremism predicts Europe's woes will worsen

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Truck slams into crowd at Christmas market in Beijing; at least four killed

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December 21, 2016, 3:29 PM (IDT)
According to initial reports, in an incident similar to Monday's terror attack in Berlin, a truck hit a crowd of people at a farmer's market in the Chinese capital on Wednesday evening (local time), leaving at least four people dead and dozens wounded. The driver was arrested and taken into custody.  

One-on-one with Trump's doctor: Hecklers, house calls, and why Obamacare must be shut down - STAT

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One-on-one with Trump's doctor: Hecklers, house calls, and why Obamacare must be shut down
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Bornstein has cared for other members of Trump's family, including his sons Donald Jr. and Eric, as well as his daughter Tiffany, from Trump's second marriage, the physician said. FINAL - ... A photograph of his psychoanalyst hangs in his office. As ...

Gingrich: Trump backing away from 'drain the swamp' - Politico

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Gingrich: Trump backing away from 'drain the swamp'
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President-elect Donald Trump campaigned on a promised to “drain the swamp” in Washington of corruption, but now that he's preparing to move into the White House, Newt Gingrich said the Manhattan billionaire is looking to distance himself from that ...
Gingrich Says Trump Must Address Business Conflicts Soon, Urges MonitorsNPR

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NYPD hunts man who stole pot of gold

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The NYPD is after him and his lucky charms.
    


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Americans who voted against Trump are feeling unprecedented dread and despair - Los Angeles Times

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Americans who voted against Trump are feeling unprecedented dread and despair
Los Angeles Times
Forty percent of Trump voters also say their candidate won the popular vote, even thoughClinton now leads in the count by nearly 3 million ballots. ... Well, the fear is now on the other side, and not only among so-called elites. ... races who fear ...

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The Opinion Pages|The Cold War Isn't Back. So Don't Think Like It Is. - New York Times

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The Opinion Pages|The Cold War Isn't Back. So Don't Think Like It Is.
New York Times
... news media portrayed the victory of Rumen Radev, a United States-trained Air Force general who ran as an independent, as yet another triumph for President Vladimir V. Putin of Russia, and further proof of his growing influence in Eastern Europe ...

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Russia calls on Kurdish parties to negotiate with Syrian regime - Kurdistan24

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Russia calls on Kurdish parties to negotiate with Syrian regime
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QAMISHLO, Syrian Kurdistan (Kurdistan24) - Representatives of Syrian Kurdish parties reportedly met with Syrian regime officials earlier this week in Russia's Khmeimim air base located in Syria's Latakia province, a Kurdish official in Syrian Kurdistan ...

Putin's progress: What to expect from Russia's leader in 2017 - Russia Beyond the Headlines

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Putin's progress: What to expect from Russia's leader in 2017
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While trying to normalize relations with the WestPutin should also be expected to continue his efforts to ensure that neither Ukraine nor Georgia “escape” into NATO, say experts. Source: AP. The evidence that Russian President Vladimir Putin will ...

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Chemists Create New Class of Drugs to Avoid Law

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The proliferation of a rapidly evolving synthetic opioids has become so fierce that the DEA says they now constitute an entire new class of illicit drugs, built to mimic the powerful painkiller fentanyl. (Dec. 21)
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От Грибоедова до Карлова: убийства российских послов

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История нападений на российских дипломатов.
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Donald Trump Signals Potential Shift in Israel Policy

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A Donald Trump administration is expected to significantly shift U.S. policy on Israel. WSJ's Gerald F. Seib discusses the possible changes, including moving the American embassy to Jerusalem and support for Jewish settlements in the West Bank. Photo: Bloomberg

FBI releases warrant it requested 10 days before presidential election

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December 21, 2016, 9:07 AM (IDT)
The FBI on Tuesday released the warrant it requested 10 days before the presidential election that allowed it to check whether there was classified information in e-mails between presidential candidate Hillary Clinton and her aide Huma Abedin on the computer of Anthony Weiner, Abedin's estranged husband. The 21-page document, from which only the names of FBI agents were blacked out, showed that a representative of the FBI asked the court to allow the search out of concern that Weiner's laptop computer might have contained thousands of classified e-mails that could have damaged national security. The computer, including a terabyte hard drive, was never approved for carrying, sending or receiving classified information. Investigators also searched for system files, logs, system codes, documents and database files on the computer. The unsealing of the warrant followed an appeal by an attorney from California and an order by a US district court.

Turkish military claims it captured strategic roads in northern Syria

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December 21, 2016, 9:43 AM (IDT)
Turkey's military said Wednesday morning that Turkish-backed Syrian rebel militias had taken full control of Syrian routes M4 and 212, the main roads connecting the cities of Al-Bab and Aleppo. It marked the latest development in the "Euphrates Shield" operation, Ankara's invasion of northern Syria that is aimed at removing both ISIS and Kurdish forces from Turkey's southern border. Ankara announced the operation on August 24.    

The Oilman Who Brought Trump and the Bush World Together

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The Bush family and its Republican allies are finding common cause with Donald Trump over his pick to lead the State Department, Exxon Mobil CEO Rex Tillerson

Delays hamper last evacuations from rebel enclave in Aleppo

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Delays hampered the last evacuations of Syrian rebels and civilians from what is left of the opposition's enclave in Aleppo as its residents waited on Wednesday for the arrival of 20 U.N. observers meant to monitor the final exodus from the city.
     

Peaceful EU starts to fund military research - Nature.com

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Peaceful EU starts to fund military research
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The sum is dwarfed by the EU's major research-funding programme, Horizon 2020, which will hand out €80 billion over 7 years, the €8.8 billion spent by EU member states on defence research in 2014, and what the United States and probably China spend ...

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US police more likely to kill black men, study finds - Times of Malta

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US police more likely to kill black men, study finds
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In the current study, Dr James Buehler in Philadelphia turned to death-certificate data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Blacks were 2.8 times more likely to be killed by police than whites, the study found. Hispanic men were 1.7 ...

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Islamic State in Mosul targets civilians as it retreats, rights group says

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Islamic State militants in Mosul are deliberately targeting civilians who refuse to join them as they retreat ahead of advancing Iraqi forces involved in a large-scale government operation to retake the militant-held city, an international watchdog said on Wednesday.
     

Editorial: FBI quietly expands its hacking powers - Times Record News

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Editorial: FBI quietly expands its hacking powers
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FBI Director James Comey testifies on Capitol Hill in Washington, Wednesday, Sept. 28, 2016, before the House Judiciary Committee hearing on 'Oversight of the Federal Bureau of Investigation.' (Photo: Pablo Martinez Monsivair, Associated Press).

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Why do so many people miss the Soviet Union?

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On Dec. 26, 1991, the Soviet Union officially ceased to exist. Its flag, with its famous hammer and sickle, was lowered outside the Kremlin at 7:32 p.m. Within a half-hour, the red, white and blue Russian flag had been raised in its place.
     

Unexploded military ordnance found at Fort Huachuca

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SIERRA VISTA, Ariz. (AP) - Fort Huachuca officials say a piece of unexploded military ordnance has been found on a range on the Army base in Sierra Vista.
Base officials say the unexploded ordnance appears to be a live 105mm artillery round and that a disposal team from Davis-Monthan Air ...

Angela Merkel braces for political fallout amid manhunt for Berlin truck attacker 

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BERLIN — The day after a truck plowed into a shopper-filled Christmas market, killing a dozen people and wounding dozens more, Germany continued to grapple with the aftermath: the shock of the attack, identifying the victims, tracking suspected links to Islamic terrorist groups, and debating whether the open-door asylum policy ...
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Russians take little notice of U.S. election hacking accusations

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MOSCOW — Explosive charges that Moscow intervened in the American presidential election to help Donald Trump win the White House may be causing upheaval in the United States, but in Russia they have had about as much impact as a snowflake striking the Kremlin.
Top officials dismiss the charges, the ...

Iran brutalizing Aleppo, executing 'most atrocious war crimes' of 21st century 

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Iran's brutal Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps Quds Force has played an extensive role in the rape of Aleppo, building a network of bases around the Syrian city and directing militiamen from Lebanon, Iraq and Afghanistan to do the killing, an Iranian opposition group says in a new intelligence report.
"The ...

Russia Missing From Trump’s ‘Defense Priorities’ Despite Pentagon Warnings 

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Russia is not listed among President-elect Donald Trump’s “defense priorities” despite senior military officials warning that Moscow ranks as the No. 1 threat to America, according to an internal Defense Department memo.
Undersecretary of Defense for Policy Brian McKeon prepared the memo, dated Dec. 1, based off of communications with Mira Ricardel, a former Bush administration official and co-leader of Trump’s Pentagon transition team, Foreign Policy reported Tuesday.
McKeon wrote the president-elect’s staff had outlined four priorities for the incoming Trump administration that included the defeat of the Islamic State, the elimination of budget caps to help build up defense, the development of a “comprehensive” cyber strategy, and finding “greater efficiencies” in the Pentagon.
Evelyn Farkas, a former senior Pentagon official who worked on Russia policy, told FP that Defense Department officials would be pretty concerned” to see Moscow missing from the list.
Top officials in the Pentagon and intelligence community have ranked Russia as the top threat to the U.S. for years given its “vast nuclear arsenal, sophisticated cyber capabilities, recently modernized military, and willingness to challenge the United States and its allies in the Middle East, Eastern Europe, and other regions,” according to FP.
Gen. Joseph Dunford, chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, testified before Congress last year warning that Moscow posed the greatest existential threat to the U.S. Dunford, who will remain in his role under Trump, listed China, North Korea, and ISIS as the next biggest threats, in that order.
An unnamed Trump transition official told FP the memo was “not comprehensive.”
“For the media to speculate that this list of issues represents all of the president-elect’s priorities is completely erroneous and misleading,” the official said.
Trump has vowed to reset relations between the U.S. and Russia, often speaking favorably of President Vladimir Putin. The president-elect continues to deny the intelligence community’s conclusion that Moscow directed cyber attacks into U.S. political systems in an attempt to sway the presidential election.
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New York Times Gives Valuable Publicity to White Nationalism

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The New York Times has published more than two-dozen articles about the “alt-right” and white nationalist movements since the November elections, an invaluable signal boost for the tiny coalition of racists.
The Times has published articles about an “energized” far-right for over a year, although it ramped up this publicity blitz in November after the election of Donald Trump and appointment of Breitbart News executive Stephen Bannon as presidential counselor.
The articles typically refer to the alt-right as an attractive and growing political force—valuable promotional copy for a movement that numbers in the “thousands,” as its leaders admit.
On November 1, the Times profiled a “prominent” white nationalist who recorded robocalls to attack independent conservative Evan McMullin and promote Donald Trump. He spent $2,000 total on the calls.
Five days later, the Times wrote about how “Donald Trump’s [Alt-Right] Supporters Feel Like Winners.” The article described white nationalism as a “once obscure and now ascendant” force experiencing a “surge of interest” due to Trump.
It cited Jared Taylor, another “prominent” white nationalist, who said “traffic to his website, American Renaissance, was up 30 percent” during the election. American Renaissance did grow in popularity in 2016, although it was starting from a very low base. It is currently the 15,732nd most-trafficked website in the United States, according to Alexa.
Shortly after the election, the Times reported that white nationalists were experiencing “an awakening” due to Donald Trump. The article noted that “hundreds” of white nationalists—as many as 270, by some counts—attended a conference by the racist National Policy Institute, where they celebrated “the unexpected march of their white nationalist ideas toward the mainstream.”
The Times printed exuberant predictions about the future of white nationalism by conference host Richard Spencer.
“This is what a successful movement looks like,” Spencer said about the conference, which attracted fewer attendees than MerFest, a festival for self-described mermaids and mermen.
Spencer is a favorite of the mainstream press, which has written a flood of trend pieces about his fascist-inspired haircut, “dapper” dress, “millennial élan,” and “prom king good looks.” The Huffington Post wrote that Spencer’s face was reminiscent of “Ryan Gosling.”

The New York Times has lavished Spencer with attention, mentioning him at least 11 times in the past two months. Often it has given him space to present his tiny movement as mainstream and normal.
“What you can’t say is that we’re just a bunch of marginal loons,” Spencer said on November 6.
“We’ve crossed the Rubicon in terms of recognition,” he said on November 20.
“My goal for the next five years is professionalization,” he said two days later. “That is the next step for the alt-right.”
Spencer is not the only alt-righter the Times has boosted in the past two months. It has mentioned internet troll Milo Yiannopoulos five times, profiled an alt-right social media platform, and introduced the world to Matthew Heimbach, who runs a miniscule fascist organization out of his trailer in Indiana. It also wrote that the 2016 election had “resurrected” O.G. racist David Duke, who ran for the Republican Party’s Senate nomination in Louisiana—and won 3.4 percent of the vote.
At times the paper has expressed an uneasy awareness that it is helping racists recruit
Before 2016, “the news media often debated whether to cover [the alt-right’s] sparsely attended rallies, considering that any attention might grant the groups a veneer of legitimacy,” the Times wrote on December 10.
Now, as Democrats seize an opportunity to tie their partisan opponents to outright white nationalists, the media has fewer scruples about covering sparsely attended rallies.
White nationalists are quite pleased with this turn of events, as Times op-ed pointed out.
“Groups such as Mr. Spencer’s, which had indeed rallied behind Mr. Trump, were delighted with the attention … While he does not consider either Mr. Trump or Mr. Bannon alt-right, Mr. Spencer has expressed hope that the press’s describing them as such will help his own group grow.”
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Russia Conducts Fifth Test of New Anti-Satellite Missile

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Russia successfully flight tested a new missile capable of knocking out strategic U.S. communications and navigation satellites, according to Pentagon officials.
The test of the PL-19 Nudol missile was carried out Dec. 16 from a base in central Russia, and was monitored by U.S. intelligence agencies.
It was the fifth test of the Nudol missile and the third successful flight of a system Moscow has claimed is for use against enemy missiles, said officials familiar with the reports of the launch.
The exact location of the flight test was not disclosed. Earlier tests of the missile took place from a facility near Plesetsk, located 500 miles north of Moscow.
It could not be learned if the Nudol was sent into space or fired in a sub-orbital trajectory.
Pentagon spokeswoman Lt. Col. Michelle Baldanza declined to comment. “We generally don’t comment on other countries’ capabilities,” she said.
Earlier tests took place May 24 and Nov. 18, 2015. Both tests were first reported by the Washington Free Beacon.
The high rate of testing is an indication the program is a military priority and is progressing toward deployment.
The new anti-satellite missile is among several new strategic weapons systems being developed by the Russian military.
The Nudol is viewed by the Pentagon as a so-called “direct ascent” anti-satellite missile. Russia, however, has sought to mask the missile’s anti-satellite capabilities by claiming the missile is for defense against incoming ballistic missiles.
The Pentagon is worried about the development of anti-satellite weapons by both Russia and China.
Gen. John Hyten, the commander of Air Force Space Command who was recently promoted to lead Strategic Command, has stated that Russia and China are building space warfare systems that are worrying. “They are developing capabilities that concern us,” Hyten has said.
In March, Air Force Lt. Gen. David J. Buck, commander of the Joint Functional Component Command for Space, revealed during House testimony that the Russian military is developing weapons with “counter-space capabilities.”
“Russia views U.S. dependency on space as an exploitable vulnerability, and they are taking deliberate actions to strengthen their counter-space capabilities,” Buck said.
Mark Schneider, a former Pentagon strategic arms policymaker, said the current asymmetry between the United States and other nations in anti-satellite capabilities “is of enormous significance.”
“Potentially, it could result in our defeat in a high intensity conflict,” Schneider said. “The complete loss of the GPS network, or its serious degradation, would eliminate the effectiveness of all existing long-range conventional strike cruise missiles and would degrade the functioning of many of our precision guided weapons.”
Anti-satellite missiles also could be used to knock out communications satellites. “We have begun to take some steps to reduce our reliance on GPS but this will not be near term,” Schneider said.
Michaela Dodge, a defense analyst at the Heritage Foundation, said the Russian test highlights the growing threat to space from new weapons.
“The test demonstrates the need for the United States to treat space as an increasingly contested environment where access might not be guaranteed as it has been in the past,” she said.
“It demonstrates the need to exercise scenarios in which U.S. military might not have a complete access to its complete utilization,” Dodge added. “The test also illustrates the need to protect and diversify U.S. space infrastructure.”
U.S. intelligence agencies have estimated that U.S. military operations could be severely disrupted with only two dozen or so anti-satellite attacks.
Satellites are used for precision navigation, targeting, and communications and intelligence gathering.
The Pentagon is very dependent on satellites for long-range warfare operations, an American military specialty.
Both Russia and China have recognized the strategic vulnerability of U.S. dependency on satellites. Anti-satellite missiles are regarded as important asymmetric warfare weapons.
Both China and Russia are developing lasers and other directed-energy weapons that can blind or disrupt satellites. Small satellites capable of maneuvering in space and grabbing and crushing satellites also are being developed.
Russian generals have mentioned their forces fielding anti-satellite capabilities in public statements, but with few details. For example, Russian Lt. Gen. Oleg Ostapenko, former commander of space forces, has said the S-500 anti-missile system is capable of hitting “low-orbit satellites and space weapons.”
In May, Vadim Kozyulin, a professor at the Academy of Military Sciences, was quoted as saying that discussion of “space kamikazes” suggests Moscow is preparing for a conflict in space with the United States.
The TASS news agency reported that the A-60, a variation of the IL-76 transport aircraft, has a laser anti-satellite capability.
In October, TASS reported that the Nudol is called the A-235 and is being developed to replace the current nuclear-tipped missile defense system ringing Moscow.
Missile defense interceptors share characteristics with space-faring satellite killers. Both travel at high rates of speed and require precision targeting and guidance.
The United States has no anti-satellite weapons. However, a Navy SM-3 anti-missile interceptor was modified to shoot down a de-orbiting intelligence satellite in 2008, indicating U.S. missile defenses could be used to target foreign satellites.
The Defense Intelligence Agency stated in a report to Congress last year that Russia leaders “openly assert that the Russian armed forces have anti-satellite weapons and conduct anti-satellite research.”
China conducted a flight test of its new anti-satellite missile in early December. Preparations for the test were first reported by the Free Beacon.
The missile was identified as a DN-3 direct ascent missile. That system, like the Russian Nudol, is being developed under cover as a missile-defense weapon.
China’s Defense Ministry said the Free Beacon report of test preparations for the DN-3 was “groundless.”
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US National Security Team Briefs Obama on Russian Envoy Murder in Turkey - Sputnik International

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US National Security Team Briefs Obama on Russian Envoy Murder in Turkey
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US President Barack Obama has been briefed by the National Security Team on the attack at the art gallery in Turkey that killed Russian Ambassador Andrey Karlov, White House Principal Deputy Press Secretary Eric Schultz said in a release on Monday.

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Trump National Security Adviser Met With Leader Of Party Founded By Nazis - Huffington Post

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Trump National Security Adviser Met With Leader Of Party Founded By Nazis
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Mike Flynn, Donald Trump's pick to serve as his national security adviser, met several weeks ago with Heinz-Christian Strache, the head of Austria's anti-immigrant Freedom Party, which was founded after World War II by former Nazis. Strache described ...
Michael Flynn, Trump's National Security Adviser, Meets With Far-right Austrian PoliticianHaaretz
Donald Trump's National Security Advisor Met with 'Alt-Right' Freedom Party LeaderTeenVogue.com
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FBI Sought Evidence of Intrusions in Hillary Clinton Emails

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Documents show FBI said it needed search warrant to look at Clinton's emails found on Weiner's laptop partly because agents wanted to look for evidence of people trying to steal classified information

After Violence Abroad, Trump Meeting With Security Adviser

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President-elect Donald Trump plans to meet with his incoming national security adviser in the aftermath of a rattling day of violence around the world

Mexican billionaire Carlos Slim was a Trump nemesis. Now the president-elect says he's 'wonderful' - Los Angeles Times

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Mexican billionaire Carlos Slim was a Trump nemesis. Now the president-elect says he's 'wonderful'
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FBI Director James B. Comey and Director of National Intelligence James RClapper Jr. agree with a CIA assessment that top Russian officials oversaw a covert plan to expose internal communications from Hillary Clinton's campaign and the Democratic ...
Maine electors cast votes for Clinton, Trump – after protests inside and outside State HousePress Herald

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Cyber Security Expert: Both US, Russia Have A History Of Cyberhacking - Wisconsin Public Radio News

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Cyber Security Expert: Both US, Russia Have A History Of Cyberhacking
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FBI Director James Comey and Director of National Intelligence James RClapper Jr. both agreed with the CIA's assessment that Russian officials oversaw hacks into the Democratic National Committee and internal communications from the Clinton ...

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Emails between Clinton and top aide, but little else, spurred FBI to resume controversial probe - Washington Post

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Emails between Clinton and top aide, but little else, spurred FBI to resume controversial probe
Washington Post
U.S. Magistrate Judge Kevin Nathaniel Fox approved a search warrant in the case. But on Tuesday, representatives for Clinton and some lawyers unaffiliated with her criticized the FBI and its director James BComey for stretching the limits of the ...
Judge orders release of Clinton email search warrantWashington Times
Suit brought by Holocaust claims lawyer unearths Clinton emails warrantJewish Journal

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Police are more likely to kill black men, study finds - Reuters

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Police are more likely to kill black men, study finds
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FBI Director James BComey also has lamented a dearth of statistics on police use of force. He told a gathering of police chiefs last year that “Americans actually have no idea . . . whether black people or brown people are more likely to be shot ...

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Last remaining rebels and civilians await Aleppo evacuation

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Hundreds more Syrians left the rebels' last foothold in eastern Aleppo in convoys of buses escorted by the Syrian Red Crescent and the international Red Cross.

Global Security Robots Industry 2016 Market Progress in North America & Europe Along with Applications in Spying ... - Digital Journal

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Global Security Robots Industry 2016 Market Progress in North America & Europe Along with Applications in Spying ...
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This research study addresses a range of industry threats and dangers that might exist or may exist in the near future in the global Security Robots market to help the key businesses and readers formulate award reaping moves to maximize their profits.

Trump To Meet With His National Security Adviser Over Global Attacks - CBS Local

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Trump To Meet With His National Security Adviser Over Global Attacks
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President-elect Donald Trump attends a stop on his 'USA Thank You Tour 2016.' at the Orlando Amphitheater at the Central Florida Fairgrounds on December 16, 2016 in Orlando, Florida. President-elect Trump has been visiting several states that he won, ...

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Unsealed Documents Outline F.B.I.’s Reasoning in Clinton Case

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The bureau told a judge shortly before the election that emails belonging to Huma Abedin, a top aide to Hillary Clinton, could contain classified information.

Retired Westchester Officer Charged With Killing 4 in Hudson Valley Bar 

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Nicholas Tartaglione faces a possible death sentence after being charged with murder in connection with a cocaine-distribution ring, the authorities said.
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