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Daily Recap: March 24th, 2017
Iranian fast-attack boats cruising in the Persian Gulf, Source: REUTERS/Darren Staples

Daily Recap: March 24th, 2017

- Need a summary of what the FakeNews media won’t report on? Here’s the TRUNEWS Daily Recap for March 24th, 2017 (VERO BEACH, FLA) Are we entering a 4th Industrial Revolution and what will it mean to human reality? Plus, Iranian fast-attack boats uncover their guns and aim them at American warships in the Strait of Hormuz. And after a year-long restoration is the tomb of Jesus still in danger of collapsing?Obamacare replacement yanked before House voteIranian... Read more

Obamacare replacement yanked before House vote
Majority House Whip Rep. Kevin McCarthy, House Speaker Paul Ryan and Representative Greg Walden (R-OR)

Obamacare replacement yanked before House vote

- GOP House leaders call off healthcare replacement bill vote after failing to gather enough "ayes" to ensure passage.Amid a chaotic scramble for votes, House of Representatives Speaker Paul Ryan, who has championed the bill, met with Trump at the White House. Ryan told the president there were not enough votes to pass the plan, U.S. media reported.If the bill is defeated, Democratic former President Barack Obama's signature domestic policy achievement, the 2010 Affordable Care Act dubbed Obamacare,... Read more

Iranian fast-attack boats take aim at US warships

Iranian fast-attack boats take aim at US warships

- US Navy commanders are claiming Iranian forces “harassed" American warships as they passed through the Strait of Hormuz. The claims come as tensions are on the rise between the two countries.The incident occurred on Tuesday as a US-led, five-vessel flotilla, which included the aircraft carrier ‘USS George H.W. Bush’, passed through the waters on its way to the Arabian Gulf.According to the commanders, the flotilla was approached by two sets of Iranian Navy fast-attack boats, some of... Read more

UPDATE: Scotland Yard releases picture of Khalid Masood
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UPDATE: Scotland Yard releases picture of Khalid Masood

- UPDATE [2017/03/24 - 10:49 AM ET] Police have released an image of Westminster attacker Khalid Masood. Masood was previously known by the names of Adrian Elms and Adrian Russell Ajao, and may also have been known by a number of other aliases.Detectives are continuing to search two addresses in Birmingham and one in East London linked to the investigation.The Telegraph has also acquired a picture of the moment Masood was shot by police.Pictured: the moment Khalid Masood... Read more

Jacksonville LGBT law: Battle far from over
File Photo: A man holds a flag as he takes part in an annual Gay Pride Parade in Toronto June 28, 2009. REUTERS/Mark Blinch MARK BLINCH March 09, 2017 01:49pm EST

Jacksonville LGBT law: Battle far from over

- Attorneys prepared to intensify the battle against a Jacksonville Florida LGBT Law. Yesterday, the City of Jacksonville filed a Motion to Dismiss Liberty Counsel’s lawsuit. Liberty Counsel filed a Motion for Summary Judgment today in John Parsons v. City of Jacksonville, Florida, a lawsuit to invalidate a city ordinance that adds “sexual orientation” and “gender identity” as “protected categories” under Jacksonville law. Liberty Counsel’s motion shows the court that the ordinance, dubbed... Read more

North Korea readies new nuke test, while FBI investigates
FILE PHOTO - North Korean leader Kim Jong Un is pictured at the Headquarters of Large Combined Unit 966 of the Korean People's Army (KPA) in this undated photo released by North Korea's Korean Central News Agency (KCNA) in Pyongyang on March 1, 2017. KCNA/via REUTERS/File Photo

North Korea readies new nuke test, while FBI investigates

- On Friday North Korea maintained mission readiness to conduct a new nuclear test while the FBI probes their involvement in the Bangladesh bank heist(SEOUL, SOUTH KOREA) North Korea has maintained readiness to conduct a new nuclear test at any time, a South Korean military official said on Friday, amid a report of a possible test within days as Pyongyang defies international pressure.U.S. and South Korean military surveillance assets were closely monitoring the North's Punggye-ri nuclear test site... Read more

EUCOM General: Terror threat in Europe highest in world
Commander of U.S. Forces in Europe, General Curtis Scaparrotti speaks during a news conference in Tallinn, Estonia, March 14, 2017. REUTERS/Ints Kalnins

EUCOM General: Terror threat in Europe highest in world

- On Thursday EUCOM commander General Curtis Scaparrotti said terrorism is higher in Europe than anywhere else except war zones(WASHINGTON, DC) The threat posed by violent extremism is higher in Europe than anywhere else in the world, apart from actual war zones and hotspots, US European Command head General Curtis Scaparrotti said, commenting on Wednesday’s terrorist attack in London.“The number of threat streams that we have of this type within Europe – it’s probably higher in Europe than... Read more

Millions of jobs could be lost to robots by 2029

Millions of jobs could be lost to robots by 2029

- The latest reports claim, that in 15 years, up to 10 million jobs in the UK will be non-existent  due to automation.Routine and/or manual jobs, such as those in bookkeeping or retail, are among those at higher risk of being cut because of ground-breaking developments in Artificial Intelligence (AI), according to consultancy firm PwC.The UK Economic Outlook report claims jobs in the transport and storage sector are more likely to go, with a 56-percent chance of becoming automated. ... Read more

Anti-aging pill to begin human trials in 6 months
Genome-Altering Scientific Breakthrough Ignites Ethics Debate, Source: Reuters

Anti-aging pill to begin human trials in 6 months

- A pill which could combat aging and radiation damage will be tested on humans within the next 6 months (VERO BEACH, FLA) The pill was developed by a research team from the University of New South Wales and has already shown success in repairing damaged DNA in mice.Professor David Sinclair, the head of the research team, told the Daily Mail that the drug could be available to the general population as early as 2020 if the human trials succeed.... Read more

Give them 29 seconds and the CIA controls your MacBook

Give them 29 seconds and the CIA controls your MacBook

- Wikileaks has revealed that the CIA has a tool called DarkSeaSkies designed to infiltrate MacBook Airs and can do so in less than 30 seconds.DarkSeaSkies is a tool that runs in the background of a MacBook Air to allow the CIA command and control laptops. It is delivered via “supply chain intercept or a gift to the target.”It’s loaded onto a MacBook via booting through a thumb drive. The CIA’s user document explains: ... Read more

Risk of Catastrophe at site of Jesus’ Tomb
A view from above shows the newly restored Edicule, the ancient structure housing the tomb, which according to Christian belief is where Jesus's body was anointed and buried, seen upon completion of months of restoration works, at the Church of the Holy Sepulchre in Jerusalem's Old City March 20, 2017. 

Risk of Catastrophe at site of Jesus’ Tomb

- National Geographic did an exclusive report on a scientifical discovery which reveals a "very real risk" that the holiest site in Christianity may collapse if nothing is done to strengthen its unstable foundations. Has anyone thought that perhaps the probing into the site is the cause for the sudden danger and "real risk" of collapse in the structure? A scientific team from the National Technical University of Athens (NTUA), which has just completed the restoration... Read more

State Department gives go ahead to Keystone Pipeline

State Department gives go ahead to Keystone Pipeline

- The U.S. Department of State has issued the presidential permit for the construction of the Keystone XL pipeline, according to the company behind its construction."We greatly appreciate President Trump's Administration for reviewing and approving this important initiative and we look forward to working with them as we continue to invest in and strengthen North America's energy infrastructure," TransCanada’s President and CEO Russ Girling said in a statement."This is a significant milestone for the Keystone... Read more

Senate confirms Trump’s pick for Israel envoy

Senate confirms Trump’s pick for Israel envoy

- David Friedman, President Trump’s nominee to be ambassador to Israel has been approved even after unprecedented opposition.The vote was 52 to 46, almost exclusively along party lines. Only two Democrats, Senators Robert Menendez and Joe Manchin, joined Trump's fellow Republicans in backing Friedman.That amount of opposition is highly unusual for a nominee for U.S. ambassador to Israel, a close ally of the United States. For decades, nominees from both Democratic and Republican presidents have been approved without objection,... Read more

Nunes: Do not know “for sure” if spying claims are true
House Select Committee on Intelligence Chairman Rep. Devin Nunes (R-CA) and Ranking Member Rep. Adam Schiff (D-CA) speak with the media about the ongoing Russia investigation on Capitol Hill in Washington, D.C., U.S. March 15, 2017. REUTERS/Aaron P. Bernstein TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY

Nunes: Do not know “for sure” if spying claims are true

- On Thursday the spokesman for Rep. Nunes said he did not know “for sure” if claims he made Wednesday were true(WASHINGTON, DC) One day after announcing that he had found evidence that members of President Donald Trump’s transition team were subjects of surveillance, the head of the House Intelligence Committee has reportedly apologized for those claims.Congressman Devin Nunes (R-California) allegedly apologized to committee members during a closed-door meeting Thursday, explaining that he did not know “for sure”... Read more

Mosul reduced to rubble as battle against ISIS wages

- On Friday RT’s Murad Gazdiev inspected the bombed-out streets of Mosul to assess the impact of US-led coalition airstrikes against ISIS(WASHINGTON, DC) Despite losing hundreds of soldiers every day to fierce battles with jihadists, the Iraqi Army continues the strenuous effort to liberate western Mosul, wiping out militants with an intensive air campaign as well as in clashes on the battlefield.“We were ready and our moral was high. We destroyed ISIS here. We have liberated 70 to 80 percent... Read more

Senate Democrats vow to block Trump’s Supreme Court pick

Senate Democrats vow to block Trump’s Supreme Court pick

- The top Democrats in the Senate are doing everything in their power to deny the confirmation of President Trump’s nominee for the Supreme Court, Neil Gorsuch.Republicans hold a 52-48 majority in the 100-member Senate, leaving Democrats with an uphill battle to prevent Gorsuch's confirmation. But Senate rules enable Democrats to insist on 60 votes to overcome a procedural move called a filibuster to allow a final up-or-down vote on confirming Gorsuch, 49, to the lifetime job on the nation's highest... Read more

Le Pen talks terror and lifting sanctions with Russia

- On Friday French presidential candidate Marine Le Pen met with Russian President Vladimir Putin to discuss fighting terror and lifting sanctions(WASHINGTON, DC) President Putin has told French presidential candidate Marine Le Pen in Moscow that Russia has no intentions to influence the French elections, but reserves the right to meet any French politicians it wishes.“We attach a lot of importance to our relations with France, trying to maintain smooth relations with both the acting power and the opposition... Read more

Clinton campaign chairman may have been influenced by Russia

Clinton campaign chairman may have been influenced by Russia

- The national chairman of Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign may have fallen victim to a Russian “influence campaign” that affected his views of the country.Influence campaigns are conducted by many governments — including the United States — with the aim of influencing decision makers in other countries to realign their geopolitical worldviews more closely to the influencing country.Some national security experts interviewed by TheDCNF wonder if Podesta may still be a target of Russian influence. They trace the campaign back... Read more

Trump: “Smoking Gun” evidence potentially revealed

Trump: “Smoking Gun” evidence potentially revealed

- President Trump's team is expected to reveal "smoking gun" establishing that Obama spied on the Trump transition team. Republican congressional investigators expect a potential “smoking gun” establishing that the Obama administration spied on the Trump transition team, and possibly the president-elect himself, will be produced to the House Intelligence Committee this week, a source told Fox News.Classified intelligence showing incidental collection of Trump team communications, purportedly seen by committee Chairman Devin Nunes, R-Calif., came from multiple sources,... Read more

Daily Recap: March 23rd, 2017
People light candles at a vigil in Trafalgar Square the day after an attack, in London, Britain March 23, 2017. REUTERS/Darren Staples

Daily Recap: March 23rd, 2017

- Need a summary of what the FakeNews media won’t report on? Here’s the TRUNEWS Daily Recap for March 23rd, 2017 (VERO BEACH, FLA) As Londoners grieve for those killed and injured in yesterday’s terror attack, more is discovered about the man who carried it out. And was Pres. Trump under surveillance as long as two years ago? Plus the Trump administration wants to get rid of some regulations to help eliminate U.S. dependence on foreign oil... Read more

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