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CIA Backs Off Director's Claim That Russian Meddling Didn't Swing Election ›
The CIA on Thursday was forced to walk back an assertion by Director Mike Pompeo, who incorrectly said that U.S. intelligence agencies have concluded that Russian efforts to influence the outcome of the 2016 presidential election were unsuccessful. Asked at a security conference in Washington, D.C., on Thursday whether he could say with absolute certainty that the November vote was not skewed by Russia, Pompeo replied: "Yes. Intelligence community's assessment is that the Russian meddling that took place did not affect the outcome of the election." In a later clarification, the head of the CIA's office of public affairs, Dean Boyd, said: "The intelligence assessment with regard to Russian election meddling has not changed, and the Director did not intend to suggest that it had." U.S. intelligence concluded in a January assessment that "the senior-most officials" in Russia had authorized hacks into the Democratic National Committee and officials connected with the Clinton campaign. And
Fri, 20 Oct 2017 07:22:00 +0000
Senate Passes Budget Resolution Seen As Key To Trump's Tax Overhaul ›
Senate Republicans passed a $4 trillion budget blueprint late Thursday by a narrow 51-49 vote, with Kentucky's Sen. Rand Paul joining Democrats in opposing the measure considered a key step in forward on President Trump's promises of a tax overhaul. The White House praised the bill, saying it "creates a pathway to unleash the potential of the American economy through tax reform and tax cuts." Politico writes: "The budget resolution does include a decade of proposed spending cuts and entitlement overhauls. But it's largely seen as a shortcut to reforming the tax code, which Republicans have deemed a must-do after falling short on their attempts to repeal Obamacare." The measure contains language that sets up special procedures that will thwart any move by Senate Democrats to stage a filibuster on follow-up tax legislation. And, a House GOP source tells The Hill that the procedural language "seems sufficient to avoid a conference committee between the two chambers, and allow the House to
Fri, 20 Oct 2017 06:09:00 +0000
After Ikea Dresser Recall, Another Toddler Reportedly Died In Tip-Over ›
Another toddler has reportedly been crushed to death by an unsecured Ikea dresser, after the furniture giant recalled millions of chests and dressers over the risk of deadly tip-over accidents. Jozef Dudek, 2, died in May, according to lawyers for his family , when he was crushed by an Ikea Malm dresser in his parents' room after he was put down for a nap. In the recall, which began last June, Ikea offers full or partial refunds as well as providing free wall-anchoring kits to make the furniture safe to use. The move came after multiple toddlers were killed in similar tip-over accidents. But Jozef's parents weren't aware that their Malm dresser had been recalled, Daniel Mann, who is representing the family, tells NPR. In a statement, Mann's colleague Alan Feldman called Jozef's death "completely avoidable" and criticized Ikea's recall effort as "poorly publicized ... and ineffective." In a statement, Ikea said it is aware of the accident and extends its "sincere condolences" to the
Thu, 19 Oct 2017 22:31:00 +0000
Report: Pollution Kills 3 Times More than AIDS, TB And Malaria Combined ›
Exposure to polluted air, water and soil caused nine million premature deaths in 2015, according to a report published Thursday in The Lancet. The causes of death vary — cancer, lung disease, heart disease. The report links them to pollution, drawing upon previous studies that show how pollution is tied to a wider range of diseases than previously thought. Those studies observed populations exposed to pollutants and compared them to people not exposed. The studies have shown that pollution can be an important cause of diseases — many of them potentially fatal — including asthma, cancer, neurodevelopmental disorders, birth defects in children, heart disease, stroke and lung disease. The nine million figure adds up to 16 percent of all deaths worldwide, killing three times more people than AIDS, tuberculosis and malaria combined. Pollution is responsible for 15 times more deaths than wars and all other forms of violence. "No country is unaffected," the report notes. But 92 percent of
Thu, 19 Oct 2017 22:30:00 +0000
Forecasters Predict Warmer-Than-Average Winter In Majority Of U.S. ›
This winter is going to be a warm one for the majority of the United States, according to forecasters at NOAA's Climate Prediction Center. They say that the La Niña weather pattern is likely to develop. That means "greater-than-average snowfall around the Great Lakes and in the northern Rockies, with less-than-average snowfall throughout the Mid-Atlantic region," Mike Halpert of the Climate Prediction Center said in a forecast Thursday . Hawaii, western and northern Alaska and the lower two-thirds of the contiguous U.S. are likely to see warmer-than-average temperatures, Halpert says. A small portion of the Northwest U.S. and parts of Alaska are expected to see cooler-than-usual temperatures. Check expected conditions in your part of the country on this map: Forecasters are predicting less rainfall than usual across the Southern U.S., Halpert adds, while "wetter-than-average conditions are favored across Hawaii, northern and western Alaska and much of the northern part of the lower 48.
Thu, 19 Oct 2017 21:57:00 +0000
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