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Intel experts worry Trump will go rogue

Intel fear TrumpPresident-elect Donald Trump’s skepticism of the Intelligence Community’s findings on Russian election interference has raised fears among experts that Trump will bypass intel analysts and demand that his personal team conduct its own analyses of raw data.

Tossing aside career analysts can create false conclusions, critics warn — like the George W. Bush administration’s incorrect assessment that Iraq had weapons of mass destruction (WMDs).


Trump national security pick Monica Crowley plagiarized multiple sources in 2012 book

Monica Crowley plagiarismCrowley did not return a request for comment. Multiple requests for comment by phone and email over the past two days to HarperCollins went unreturned.

Crowley, a syndicated radio host, columnist, and, until recently, a Fox News contributor, will serve as Trump’s senior director of strategic communications for the National Security Council.

Trump’s transition team is standing by Crowley.


Gunman shoots, wounds US consular official in Mexico

guadalajaraMexican prosecutors said Saturday they are searching for a gunman who opened fire on an official of the U.S. consulate in the western city of Guadalajara.

The Attorney General's Office said Saturday the official was wounded in the attack Friday in Guadalajara.  Surveillance video of the attack shows the gunman following the official in a parking garage. The official, whose name was not released, was dressed in shorts.

The shooting appeared to be a direct attempt to kill the consular employee.















Car bomb kills dozens in northern city of Azaz

Car bombing SyriaAt least 43 people have been reported killed after a car bomb struck Syria's northwestern city of Azaz, according to a monitor group.

Dozens were also wounded in Saturday's attack, which took place in front of a court, the UK-based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights added.  The group said the toll was likely to rise.

The attack was the latest in a string of bombings to hit Azaz, a city located near the border with Turkey, 16km south of the Turkish city of Kilis.


Fort Lauderdale shooting suspect ‘lost his mind’ in Iraq, family says

Fort Lauderdale shooterThe gunman behind the deadly shooting at Florida's Ft. Lauderdale-Hollywood Airport is an Iraq war veteran who had recently become a father and was suffering mental health issues, according to his family.

Esteban Santiago, 26, left five people dead and eight wounded when he opened fire in the airport's baggage claim terminal on Friday.

His family have said Santiago was struggling with psychiatric problems in the lead up to the shooting and had recently been hospitalized for treatment in Anchorage, Alaska.


U.S. intel report: Putin directed cyber campaign to help Trump

Putin directed attacks against ClintonRussian President Vladimir Putin ordered an effort to help Republican Donald Trump's electoral chances by discrediting Democrat Hillary Clinton in the 2016 presidential campaign, U.S. intelligence agencies said in an assessment on Friday.

Russia's objectives were to undermine public faith in the U.S. democratic process, denigrate former secretary of state Clinton, make it harder for her to win and harm her presidency if she did, an unclassified report released by the top U.S. intelligence agency said.


Five dead, eight wounded after shooting at Fort Lauderdale Airport

Ft Lauderdale Airport shooting

Five people were killed and at least eight people wounded after a gunman began randomly shooting passengers at the Ft. Lauderdale Airport.

The airport posted on Twitter Friday afternoon that there is an "ongoing incident" in a Delta Air Lines baggage claim area that started shortly before 1 p.m.

Multiple people were dead, eight were wounded and that there was one "subject" in custody, according to the Broward County Sheriff's Office.


More than 'mom-in-chief': Michelle Obama bows out as dynamic first lady

Michelle Obama, dynamic First LadyWith tears in her eyes and her voice cracking with emotion, the self-declared “mom-in-chief” stepped off the public stage on Friday with her final speech as first lady, urging young Americans to believe in the “power of hope”.

Michelle Obama, who began her White House years pursuing the typically soft subjects that have often limited the wives of presidents, ended with a clarion call for diversity and vowing to make it her life’s work to help disadvantaged children get to college, a personal mission that has its roots in her own Chicago childhood.


Donald Trump Admits U.S. Taxpayers Will Pay For The Wall, Claims Mexico Will Reimburse Costs

Build the wall!!!  Yeah, rightPresident-elect Donald Trump said on Friday that he intends for U.S. taxpayers to fund the construction of his proposed wall along the U.S.-Mexico border. That money, Trump tweeted, “will be paid back by Mexico later!”

The tweet Trump wrote on Friday morning followed multiple reports detailing how members of his transition team have been working with congressional Republicans to come up with a way to use taxpayer dollars to pay for building the wall.

Trump claimed he needed to use congressionally appropriated funds to build “the Great Wall for [the] sake of speed.”



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