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  • [Top Story]John Brennan: Trump Is 'Drunk On Power' — And Dangerous08/18 11:50

    Former CIA director John Brennan spoke for the first time on TV after Donald......Search More News

  • [World]Merkel and Putin Form Marriage of Convenience Forged by Trump - Bloomberg08/18 11:30

    BloombergMerkel and Putin Form Marriage of Convenience Forged by TrumpBloombergThe whirlwind tearing through international relations that is U.S. President Donald Trump may be forcing Angela Merkel and Vladimir Putin into a marriage of convenience after years of antagonism. On Saturday, the German chancellor will host the Russian ...First a wedding, then hard work - Putin to visit Germany's MerkelReutersPutin set to attend Austrian foreign minister's weddingBBC NewsMerkel is meeting Putin and here's what's on the agendaCNBCDeutsche Welleall 389 news articles »......Search More News

  • [Top Story]Trump Has Attacked the Russia Inquiry Over 250 Times. Here Is What's True. - New York Times08/18 11:20

    New York TimesTrump Has Attacked the Russia Inquiry Over 250 Times. Here Is What's True.New York TimesWe assessed President Trump's claims about Russia's interference in the 2016 election and the ensuing federal investigation of his campaign. Image. President Trump at Trump National Golf Club in Bedminster, N.J. last week.CreditTom Brenner for The New ...Mueller Says Papadopoulos Hurt InvestigationWall Street JournalMueller prosecutors seek up to six months in prison for George Papadopoulos in Russia probeWashington PostSpecial counsel sentencing memo for George Papadopoulos - DocumentCloudDocumentCloudall 309 news articles »......Search More News

  • [World]Trump military parade plans unravel over costs - Fox News08/18 11:10

    Fox NewsTrump military parade plans unravel over costsFox NewsWASHINGTON – The cancellation of President Donald Trump's Veterans Day parade came swiftly when senior White House and Pentagon leaders saw the estimated $92 million price tag play out in public, setting off a chaotic volley of tweets and accusations ...A national military parade was a bad idea, which is probably why President Trump liked itLos Angeles Timesall 632 news articles »......Search More News

  • [Business]Trump asks: Should Corporate America reveal its results less often? - USA TODAY08/18 11:00

    USA TODAYTrump asks: Should Corporate America reveal its results less often?USA TODAYPresident Donald Trump has asked Wall Street's top regulator to look into whether U.S. companies should report their financial results less often, a move that could upend long-standing rules and which critics claim could leave investors with too little ...and more »......Search More News

  • [World]Trump doubles down on security clearances; former officials slam move - Reuters08/18 10:50

    ReutersTrump doubles down on security clearances; former officials slam moveReutersWASHINGTON (Reuters) - President Donald Trump faced an unprecedented outcry from former intelligence officials on Friday after stripping the security clearance of former CIA Director John Brennan, but Trump defended his move and said he planned ...The Biggest Stories in American Politics This WeekNew York TimesEx-CIA Director John Brennan: Trump is 'drunk on power'CNNTrump reportedly plans to yank more security clearances to distract from negative news cyclesBusiness InsiderSFGate -Washington Postall 2,184 news articles »......Search More News

  • [Headlines]A Gay Wedding Is a Wedding. Just a Wedding.08/18 10:50

    There are some things you shouldn’t say or do, and some you should, when attending the wedding of a same-sex couple.......Search More News

  • [Top Story]Ex-CIA Director John Brennan: Trump is 'drunk on power' - CNN08/18 10:30

    CNNEx-CIA Director John Brennan: Trump is 'drunk on power'CNNWashington (CNN) Former CIA Director John Brennan criticized President Donald Trump on Friday for revoking his security clearance and said the President is "drunk on power." "The fact that he's using a security clearance of a former CIA director as a ...The Biggest Stories in American Politics This WeekNew York TimesTrump reportedly plans to yank more security clearances to distract from negative news cyclesBusiness InsiderFormer intelligence chiefs rally around Brennan and slap down TrumpWashington Postall 2,117 news articles »......Search More News

  • [Headlines]The Treatment Gap: This E.R. Treats Opioid Addiction on Demand. That’s Very Rare.08/18 10:20

    Some hospital emergency departments are giving people medicine for withdrawal, plugging a hole in a system that too often fails to provide immediate treatment.......Search More News

  • [Headlines]Want to Be President? Just Ask Iowans08/18 10:20

    One year before the 2020 candidates descend on the Iowa State Fair, attendees had some ideas on how the would-be presidents might win their votes.......Search More News

  • [Top Story]6 in 10 say Trump too friendly toward Russia08/18 09:20

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  • [Top Story]Ex-CIA director: Trump is 'drunk on power'08/18 09:20

    Former CIA Director John Brennan criticized President Donald Trump on Friday for revoking his security clearance and said the President is "drunk on power."......Search More News

  • [Top Story]How to boost your chances of surviving a plane crash08/18 09:20

    Survival and rescue stories from the deadly crash of TransAsia Airways Flight 235 in Taiwan are inspiring as well as intriguing. They raise the question: Why do some passengers survive plane crashes and others tragically don't?......Search More News

  • [Top Story]Manafort jury breaks for the weekend08/18 09:20

    The jury in the trial of former Donald Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort will return to court Friday morning for its second day of deliberations.......Search More News

  • [Top Story]Donald Trump cancels military parade and blames local officials for soaring costs08/18 09:20

    Donald Trump has attacked local officials in Washington DC for forcing the postponement of his prized military parade amid reports the cost had soared to $92 million (£72m), accusing them of inflating the price and declaring: “Now we can buy some more jet fighters!” Mr Trump, who reportedly wanted tanks rolling through the streets of Washington DC for his inauguration, was visibly impressed by France’s Bastille Day parade when he visited Paris in July 2017, and repeatedly remarked on French military might. He announced in February this year that he wanted a similar event for the United States, having initially suggested turning the July 4 Independence Day celebrations into a military ceremony. He then settled on a November parade, to mark the centennial of the First World War, and initial assessments put the cost at $10-$30 million.   Donald Trump was impressed by France's annual Bastille Day parade Credit: Gonzalo Fuentes/Reuters On Thursday the Pentagon announced it was being postponed, possibly for 2019, and Mr Trump in response angrily accused Washington DC officials of scuppering his plan. “The local politicians who run Washington, DC (poorly) know a windfall when they see it,” he tweeted on Friday. “When asked to give us a price for holding a great celebratory military parade, they wanted a number so ridiculously high that I cancelled it. “Never let someone hold you up! I will instead attend the big parade already scheduled at Andrews Air Force Base on a different date, & go to the Paris parade, celebrating the end of the War, on November 11th. “Maybe we will do something next year in DC when the cost comes WAY DOWN. “Now we can buy some more jet fighters!” Donald Trump and his wife Melania during the Bastille Day celebrations in 2017 Credit: AFP The mayor of Washington DC replied, saying: “Yup, I’m Muriel Bowser, mayor of Washington DC, the local politician who finally got thru to the reality star in the White House with the realities ($21.6M) of parades/events/demonstrations in Trump America (sad).” The idea had been popular among many Americans but drew scorn from critics, who said it would be a waste of money and was akin to events organised by authoritarian regimes. James Mattis, defence secretary, laughed at the reported cost and said there had been no cost estimation carried out. “Whoever told you that is probably smoking something that is legal in my state, but not in most states,” he said. “I’m not dignifying that number with any reply. I would discount that. "And anybody who said that, I almost guarantee you one thing, they probably said ‘I need to stay anonymous.’ No kidding, because you look like an idiot.” Donald Trump speaks to Navy and shipyard personnel aboard the nuclear aircraft carrier USS Gerald R Ford last year US media were quick to highlight how the ballooning costs of the proposed parade stood in contrast to his concern about the expense of conducting joint military exercises with South Korea. "We will be stopping the war games, which will save us a tremendous amount of money," Mr Trump said in June, after meeting North Korean leader Kim Jong-un. It later emerged that the drills cost about $14 million, a fraction of the price of a military parade. Others suggested the money could be better spent improving the lives of destitute veterans. "Until such time as we can celebrate victory in the War on Terrorism and bring our military home, we think the parade money would be better spent fully funding the Department of Veteran Affairs and giving our troops and their families the best care possible," said Denise Rohan, the American Legion's national commander. The United States normally holds military parades to mark the end of a conflict, such as in 1991 when president George HW Bush held a National Victory Parade in Washington to celebrate the end of the first Gulf War.......Search More News

  • [World News]State funeral held for Genoa bridge collapse victims as some families voice anger08/18 09:10

    Mourners will remember 18 of the victims of the deadly bridge collapse in the northern Italian city of Genoa at a joint state funeral service on Saturday that is reportedly being boycotted by some families amid anger against the government.......Search More News

  • [World News]Trump Has Attacked the Russia Inquiry Over 250 Times. Here Is What’s True.08/18 09:10

    We assessed President Trump’s claims about Russia’s interference in the 2016 election and the ensuing federal investigation of his campaign.......Search More News

  • [World]Venezuela Hikes Salaries in 95% Devaluation Amid Hyperinflation - Bloomberg08/18 09:00

    Miami HeraldVenezuela Hikes Salaries in 95% Devaluation Amid HyperinflationBloombergVenezuela devalued its currency by about 95 percent ahead of the Aug. 20 rollout of a new bolivar, while raising its minimum wage as part of a 90-day economic recovery plan that seeks to loosen the grip of hyperinflation on the country. The new ...Venezuela's detention of an opposition lawmaker is chilling. The world must act.Washington PostThe Caracas drone attack won't be the last of its kindThe Vergeall 249 news articles »......Search More News

  • [World News]Don't worry, your cereal probably won't poison you with pesticides08/18 09:00

    It may seem like an alarmist local news story to declare your breakfast could kill you, but a new independent study claims that some of your favorite cereals could contain unsafe levels of a chemical used in a popular weed killer. The report, from the Environmental Working Group (EWG), was published online Wednesday and outlines the levels of the chemical glyphosate they found in various breakfast cereals and snacks.  Glyphosate is the major ingredient in the herbicide RoundUp and one at the center of an ongoing tug-of-war.   The World Health Organization (WHO) has ruled the chemical is "probably carcinogenic to humans," and the state of California has categorized it as a chemical linked to cancer. Meanwhile, in late 2017, the EPA concluded an assessment that declared "glyphosate is not likely to be carcinogenic to humans. And its with that intersection in mind that one has to look upon the new EWG report — which wasn't peer reviewed by independent scientists — with quite a bit of scrutiny. EWG versus the EPA For the study, the EWG tested dozens of samples, looking for levels of glyphosate that were above 160 pars per billion (ppb)/0.16 mg, which the organization considers the upper range of safe levels of the chemical for children to be exposed to. You can see their full results here but a few items stand out: Quaker Dinosaur Eggs, Brown Sugar, Instant Oatmeal had readings of 620 ppb/0.62 mg and 780 ppb/0.78 mg. Cheerios Toasted Whole Grain Oat Cereal had readings of 470 ppb/0.47 mg, 490 ppb/0.49 mg, and 530 ppb/0.53 mg. Quaker Old Fashioned Oats had readings of 390 ppb/0.39 mg, 1100 ppb/1.1 mg, and 1300 ppb/1.3 mg.  Those numbers seem not so great — if you use the EWG's threshold.  But the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) sets a much higher bar for how much glyphosate is safe for a person. According to a 1993 EPA report, the safe exposure level could be as high as 2 mg a day, well above any of the rates that the EWG uncovered in their studies.  For what it's worth, The Guardian recently published a report showing that the FDA has been investigating the use of glyphosate for years but has yet to issue any public findings.  The ongoing research into glyphosate is important because It's a hugely popular pesticide, with hundreds of millions of gallons being used on U.S. crops each year. And, per The Guardian's report, "the FDA has had trouble finding any food that does not carry traces of the pesticide."  Not that eating pesticides is a great thing, but the large discrepancies between the EPA numbers and the EWG numbers can be confusing for consumers trying to determine how much, exactly, is still safe. "Finding glyphosate in food is residue," Kaitlin Stack Whitney, an environmental studies scholar, said in an interview. "Residue limits are a subset of exposure limits as eating pesticides residue is one route of potential exposure." "So finding non-zero amounts isn't unexpected; it's's planned for and limited under current law," Stack Whitney, who also worked as a staff biologist for the EPA, added. There's also the issue of "spray drift," as Stack Whitney notes, pointing to EWG finding traces of the chemical on products labeled organic likely due to some of the pesticide drifting to those organic crops on the wind.  "The current pesticide review process struggles to account for this because agencies can't know what anyone and everyone's neighbors may grow and which chemicals they may apply," she said.  "So whether residues are from direct application or drift is critical to understanding how to address if you think the amount is unsafe." A question of methodology For Lori Hoepner, an assistant professor in the Department of Environmental and Occupational Health Sciences at the State University of New York Downstate Medical Center, it's about methodology.  She notes that "it's hard enough to have consensus among scientists when you're talking about using the same methods."  "So to go from something that would determine the limit of exposure, and try to extend that information to telling consumers about what it means to find glyphosate in their food, I think it can be perceived as something of a stretch," Hoepner said. Noting that she's familiar with the EWG's work and has vouched for them as a good resource for consumers, Hoepner still expressed some reservations about they way they presented their work for this study.  "It always concerns me when science is presented in a way that is not peer-reviewed, doesn't have the oversight of additional researchers who can validate or question the method." Stack Whitney echoed Hoepner's sentiment:  "[The EWG] study is like a white paper or other reports from think tanks, well researched and written but not peer reviewed. It would be useful to review their actual data and methods but those aren't available." Hoepner also wanted to see more about how they took their samples.  "What was their method? Was it randomized? Was it all from one box? How many different boxes were used? Where did they buy them?" Hoepner said. Noting the wide ranges in some of the results, Hoepner says, "that definitely creates a question mark in my mind for validity." The corporations defend their products As for the companies identified in the study, they're standing by the quality of their products.  A statement sent via email from the Quaker brand maintained the brand's stance they're products are perfectly safe and included a passage that denied the use of glyphosate in the making of their products. A spokesperson for General Mills, producers of Cheerios, echoed this sentiment in a statement. Corporate behemoth Monsanto, which produces RoundUp, has been under fire lately for the chemical, including a recent California verdict that ordered the company to pay $289 million to a school groundskeeper who claimed his constant and prolonged exposure to the chemical was to blame for him developing non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma.  In the wake of the EWG's report, Monsanto posted a rebuttal on their website accusing the EWG of "publicizing misleading information." Additionally, in an email exchange, a spokesperson for Monsanto highlighted this portion: Additionally, Monsanto Vice President Scott Partridge told the New York Times in response to EWG study, “[The EWG] have an agenda. They are fear mongering. They distort science.” For consumers, there's no right or wrong answer at the moment. While buying different brands may seem like an option, the prevalence of the pesticides used makes it nearly impossible to completely avoid.  The opposing sets of data can only sow more confusion and consumers are left to decide who they trust more: groups like the EWG, government agencies like the EPA, or corporations.  WATCH: Here's how long fruits and vegetables are stored before you buy them at the store......Search More News

  • [Sports]Yankees Win Behind Some Small Ball From Gleyber Torres - New York Times08/18 08:50

    New York TimesYankees Win Behind Some Small Ball From Gleyber TorresNew York TimesFor a team that prides itself on its power, bills itself as the Bronx Bombers and leads Major League Baseball in home runs, this was the smallest variety of small ball: a run scratched out with a walk, an old-school hit-and-run single, and an infield ...Yankees bats come alive in rain-shortened win over Blue JaysNew York Postall 172 news articles »......Search More News

  • [Top Story]Turkey’s Erdogan Is in a No-Win Situation With Washington08/18 08:40

    Turkey’s President finds himself locked in a confrontation with Donald Trump, and he has shown himself willing to use economic weapons......Search More News

  • [Top Story]Trump says he may revoke another security clearance 'very quickly'08/18 08:10

    President Trump on Friday suggested that he is close to revoking the security clearance of a current Justice Department employee who had been in contact with author of the controversial dossier alleging ties between Trump and Russia.......Search More News

  • [Sports]I Said It: Preseason Week Two - MiamiDolphins08/18 07:50

    MiamiDolphinsI Said It: Preseason Week TwoMiamiDolphinsHere were some of the comments that stood out after the Dolphins' 27-20 loss against the Carolina Panthers, along with some perspective: postgame quotes2. — Head Coach Adam Gase bemoaned the negative plays and penalties that held back the offense ...Panthers fumble a game day parking issueCharlotte Observerall 205 news articles »......Search More News

  • [Top Story]Trump warns he'll revoke clearance of Justice Dept official08/18 07:40

    WASHINGTON (AP) — President Donald Trump said Friday that he suspects he'll "very quickly" revoke the security clearance for a Justice Department official whose wife worked for the firm involved in producing a dossier on Trump's ties to Russia.......Search More News

  • [World]Tourist Spot Suffers $2.8 Billion Hit as India Floods Kill 324 - Bloomberg08/18 07:30

    BloombergTourist Spot Suffers $2.8 Billion Hit as India Floods Kill 324BloombergThe worst floods in a century in India's southern state of Kerala have killed 324 people, caused $2.8 billion in damage and left more than 220,000 homeless since start of the monsoon season in June as the armed forces and rescue teams try to evacuate ...Kerala floods LIVE updates: Salute people of Kerala, says Narendra Modi, announces Rs 500 crore relief packageFirstpostWorst floods in a century kill scores in KeralaReutersKerala floods: PM Modi inspects flood rescue effortBBC NewsTimes of India (blog) -Khaleej Times -Aljazeera.com -Reutersall 3,580 news articles »......Search More News

  • [Gossip]Stormy Daniels drops out of UK reality show at last minute08/18 07:20

    Stormy Daniels, the adult film actress and nemesis of U.S. President Donald Trump, has pulled out of a British reality-TV show at the last minute after a dispute with producers......Search More News

  • [Top Story]David Epstein: We're in for more stormy weather this weekend - Boston.com08/18 07:20

    Boston.comDavid Epstein: We're in for more stormy weather this weekendBoston.comLook out for scattered showers and storms throughout the region on Friday and into early Saturday. Some of those could be quite strong, so heed the warnings from local forecasters. Related Links. Map: Here's where the strongest thunderstorms could hit ...and more »......Search More News

  • [World]One year after crisis began, US sanctions Myanmar military over Rohingya ethnic cleansing - ABC News08/18 07:20

    ABC NewsOne year after crisis began, US sanctions Myanmar military over Rohingya ethnic cleansingABC NewsThe Trump administration is sanctioning four Myanmar military officials and two military units for the ethnic cleansing of Rohingya, the Muslim-majority ethnic group that has fled by the hundreds of thousands from a violent campaign into neighboring ...US intensifies sanctions on Myanmar forces for rights abusesFox NewsUS Targets Myanmar Military Over Killings, Human-Rights AbusesWall Street JournalThe Rohingya lists - refugees compile their own record of those killed in MyanmarReutersThe Guardianall 526 news articles »......Search More News

  • [Technology]PlayStation 4 Blockbuster sale offers hit games at low prices - SlashGear08/18 07:00

    SlashGearPlayStation 4 Blockbuster sale offers hit games at low pricesSlashGearSony has another big game sale underway for PlayStation 3 and PlayStation 4 owners, offering some major game titles with major discounts. The sale is available to all PlayStation owners, but PlayStation Plus subscribers get greater discounts than ...and more »......Search More News

  • [World]Tourist Haven in India Braces for Heavy Rains as Floods Kill 186 - Bloomberg08/18 07:00

    BloombergTourist Haven in India Braces for Heavy Rains as Floods Kill 186BloombergIndia's southern state of Kerala is bracing for widespread showers through at least Monday even as the province with a population exceeding Texas battles rising flood waters and overflowing dams that's left 186 dead and thousands homeless. One of the ...Worst floods in a century kill scores in KeralaReutersKerala floods: PM Modi inspects flood rescue effortBBC NewsKerala floods: All your questions answeredThe Indian ExpressITV News -Aljazeera.com -Reutersall 3,256 news articles »......Search More News