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RT @ElNuevoDia: Puerto Rico ya se ve alumbrado desde el espacio bit.ly/2sVg7nJ pic.twitter.com/LmRxnkf1Ce
Puerto Ricans don’t trust official information on Hurricane Maria – The Independent
Puerto Ricans don’t trust official information on Hurricane Maria – The Conversation US
Puerto Rico’s Observatory Is Still Recovering From Hurricane Maria – WIRED
Federal Bureau of Investigation: Trump Calls Justice Dept. Report ‘Total Disaster’ for F.B.I.
He wants you to believe that he, the Director of the FBI didn’t know they were married….. the Director of the FBI. Just think about that…. These people really think we are stupid. That is exactly their problem, and they are wrong. #IGReport
Mueller investigation is completely separate from the FBI checking out Russian connections to Trump campaign
Comey Caught In Huge Lie Under Oath, FBI Helping Him Stay Out Of Jail By Forcing New Rule On All Agents https://rwnofficial.com/comey-caught-in-huge-lie-under-oath-fbi-helping-him-stay-out-of-jail-by-forcing-new-rule-on-all-agents/ … jail him. He broke the law, period!
Political blame game – Daily Times
IG Faults Comey’s Judgment But Sees No Bias
Why Trump Is Wrong on the Comey Report – New York Times
Issa alleges evidence of ‘bias,’ ‘conspiracy’ in DOJ IG report – KITV Honolulu
IG refers 5 FBI employees over ‘hostile’ messages – WND.com
Nunes on Strzok Text: How Could That Have Possibly Been Redacted?; “Classic Case Of Obstruction” – RealClearPolitics
Gabriel Vlase proposed for Romania counterintelligence chief – ACTmedia
Russia Invests $125000000 in a Major Crypto Mining Project in Norway – Blokt
Hermaphrodite Beetle Discovered
Giuliani: Time to investigate Mueller’s investigators
The Early Edition: June 15, 2018
Paul Manafort = Evidence of Collusion
Paul Manafort = Evidence of Collusion – Just Security
Not the Final Word
A record number of LGBTQ candidates are running for office. Here’s why https://cnn.it/2ydMH9s pic.twitter.com/KqaF3zLZYz
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Puerto Ricans don’t trust official information on Hurricane Maria – The Independent


The Independent

Puerto Ricans don’t trust official information on Hurricane Maria
The Independent
On Sept. 20, 2017, Hurricane Maria made landfall in Puerto Rico, destroying the power grid as well as most of the communications structure. In some cases, it took more than five days for Puerto Ricans in the U.S. to hear about their loved ones. In the 

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Puerto Ricans don’t trust official information on Hurricane Maria – The Conversation US


The Conversation US

Puerto Ricans don’t trust official information on Hurricane Maria
The Conversation US
On Sept. 20, 2017, Hurricane Maria made landfall in Puerto Rico, destroying the power grid as well as most of the communications structure. In some cases, it took more than five days for Puerto Ricans in the U.S. to hear about their loved ones. In the  
In Puerto Rico, a new hurricane season threatens the elderlyEMTV Online
Puerto Rico’s Observatory Is Still Recovering From Hurricane MariaWIRED

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Puerto Rico’s Observatory Is Still Recovering From Hurricane Maria – WIRED


WIRED

Puerto Rico’s Observatory Is Still Recovering From Hurricane Maria
WIRED
As Hurricane Maria approached Puerto Rico in late September 2017, planetary scientist Ed Rivera-Valentin knew he needed to get out. His apartment was near the coast, in Manatí, and some projections had the storm passing directly over. “I knew I couldn  
First Hurricane Maria, now this: a Puerto Rico town mourns the loss of its schoolVox
New bill pushes for commission to investigate federal response to Puerto Rico hurricanesNBCNews.com
Puerto Ricans don’t trust official information on Hurricane MariaThe Conversation US
WXXV News 25
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Federal Bureau of Investigation: Trump Calls Justice Dept. Report ‘Total Disaster’ for F.B.I.

“Doesn’t get any lower than that!” Mr. Trump wrote of findings in a Justice Department report that detailed texts between F.B.I. agents who opposed his presidential bid.

 Federal Bureau of Investigation

He wants you to believe that he, the Director of the FBI didn’t know they were married….. the Director of the FBI. Just think about that…. These people really think we are stupid. That is exactly their problem, and they are wrong. #IGReport

He wants you to believe that he, the Director of the FBI didn’t know they were married….. the Director of the FBI. Just think about that…. These people really think we are stupid. That is exactly their problem, and they are wrong. 

Mueller investigation is completely separate from the FBI checking out Russian connections to Trump campaign

Mueller investigation is completely separate from the FBI checking out Russian connections to Trump campaign

Comey Caught In Huge Lie Under Oath, FBI Helping Him Stay Out Of Jail By Forcing New Rule On All Agents https://rwnofficial.com/comey-caught-in-huge-lie-under-oath-fbi-helping-him-stay-out-of-jail-by-forcing-new-rule-on-all-agents/ … jail him. He broke the law, period!

Comey Caught In Huge Lie Under Oath, FBI Helping Him Stay Out Of Jail By Forcing New Rule On All Agents https://rwnofficial.com/comey-caught-in-huge-lie-under-oath-fbi-helping-him-stay-out-of-jail-by-forcing-new-rule-on-all-agents/ … jail him. He broke the law, period!

Political blame game – Daily Times


Daily Times

Political blame game
Daily Times
Political blame game and political agenda setting are always prevalent in countries but the civilised states avoid using abusive scandals to fight their opponents. To keep morality in check during the political blame game is indispensible to sustain a 

IG Faults Comey’s Judgment But Sees No Bias

The report singled out two FBI officials — Peter Strzok, a senior counterintelligence agent … Trey Gowdy, the Republican chairman of the House oversight and government reform committee, said he was “alarmed, angered and deeply disappointed …
Why Trump Is Wrong on the Comey Report – New York Times


New York Times

Why Trump Is Wrong on the Comey Report
New York Times
Within hours after the Department of Justice released a long-awaited report of the investigation into former F.B.I. Director James Comey’s handling of the Clinton email investigation, President Trump’s aides and allies were already using it to call 

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Issa alleges evidence of ‘bias,’ ‘conspiracy’ in DOJ IG report – KITV Honolulu


KITV Honolulu

Issa alleges evidence of ‘bias,’ ‘conspiracy’ in DOJ IG report
KITV Honolulu
“But they couldn’t get enough on one person, with the possible exception of Peter Strzok, to say that there was clear bias that was acted on.” Issa said officials from the inspector general’s office informed him Thursday that the FBI’s conduct was 

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IG refers 5 FBI employees over ‘hostile’ messages – WND.com


WND.com

IG refers 5 FBI employees over ‘hostile’ messages
WND.com
The Horowitz report spotlighted texts between former FBI counterespionage agent Peter Strzok and bureau lawyer Lisa Page that “potentially indicated or created the appearance that investigative decisions were impacted by bias or improper considerations.”.

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Nunes on Strzok Text: How Could That Have Possibly Been Redacted?; “Classic Case Of Obstruction” – RealClearPolitics


RealClearPolitics

Nunes on Strzok Text: How Could That Have Possibly Been Redacted?; “Classic Case Of Obstruction”
RealClearPolitics
“I want to read, to you, an exchange between Lisa Page and Peter Strzok, the star-crossed lovers. She basically said, you know, she was worried (ph) he’s — Donald Trump’s not going to get elected, right, right. And he answers, basically, don’t worry
‘Why Did I Only Find Out Today’: Nunes Rips DOJ for Holding Back Docs Until IG ReportFox News Insider

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Gabriel Vlase proposed for Romania counterintelligence chief – ACTmedia


Gabriel Vlase proposed for Romania counterintelligence chief
ACTmedia
President Klaus Iohannis has sent a letter to the chairs of Parliament recommending Gabriel Vlase for director of the Foreign Intelligence Service (SIE), according to the Presidential Administration. “On Thursday, June 14, President of Romania, Klaus

Russia Invests $125000000 in a Major Crypto Mining Project in Norway – Blokt


Blokt

Russia Invests $125000000 in a Major Crypto Mining Project in Norway
Blokt
Norway’s military intelligence acknowledged that it had obtained information relating to the Russian project as well. However, Per-Thomas Bøe, Press Secretary for the Norwegian Commander in Chief, emphasized that the Police Security Service has the …

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Hermaphrodite Beetle Discovered

From: NHKWorld
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An extremely rare hermaphrodite beetle has been discovered in Okayama Prefecture, Japan.

Giuliani: Time to investigate Mueller’s investigators

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On the heels of the IG report, the attorney for President Trump on ‘Fox & Friends’ says it’s time to halt the Russia investigation.

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The Early Edition: June 15, 2018

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Before the start of business, Just Security provides a curated summary of up-to-the-minute developments at home and abroad. Here’s today’s news.

INSPECTOR GENERAL REPORT ON THE F.B.I.

The Department of Justice (D.O.J.) Inspector General Michael Horowitz yesterday published a 500-page report looking at F.B.I. investigations during the 2016 presidential election, including the investigation into Hillary Clinton’s use of a private email server and the anti-Trump texts exchanged by two F.B.I. officials, Peter Strzok and Lisa Page, who were involved in the Clinton case and the investigation into ties between the Trump campaign and Russia. Matt Apuzzo reports at the New York Times.

The report strongly criticized former F.B.I. Director James Comey for his actions during the Clinton investigation, accused him of insubordination and said it was a “serious error of judgment” when Comey decided to send a letter to Congress in late October 2016 announcing the reopening of the Clinton case. Devlin Barrett, Karoun Demirjian, John Wagner and Matt Zapotosky report at the Washington Post.

Strzok told Page in a text that “we’ll stop” Trump from becoming president and the report described the message as “indicative of a biased state of mind” and implied “a willingness to take official action to impact the presidential candidate’s electoral prospects.” The BBC reports.

The report “reaffirms the president’s suspicions about Comey’s conduct and the bias among some of the members at the F.B.I.,” the White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders said yesterday in response to Horowitz’s findings. Jordan Fabian reports at the Hill.

F.B.I. Director Christopher Wray yesterday said he accepted the findings of the Inspector General’s report, expressed disappointment at some of the problems highlighted in the report, but said that the F.B.I. would “learn from this report” and that nothing in the document impugned “the integrity of our workforce as a whole.” Sadie Gurman and Del Quentin Wilber report at the Wall Street Journal.

“I do not agree with all of the inspector general’s conclusions, but I respect the work of his office and salute its professionalism,” Comey writes at the New York Times, highlighting that the report is important for two reasons: that there was “no evidence that bias or improper motivation” affected the Clinton investigation and that the report “is vital in shedding light for future leaders on the nature and quality of our investigation and the decisions we made.”

“Tomorrow, Mueller should be suspended and honest people should be brought in, impartial people to investigate these people like Strzok,” Trump’s personal lawyer Rudy Giuliani said yesterday evening, adding that suspending the probe would give Attorney General Jeff Sessions and Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein a “chance to redeem themselves.” Brent D. Griffiths and Darren Samuelsohn report at POLITICO.

Details from the report have bolstered Trump’s claims of political bias within the F.B.I. and the report’s references to Comey, who was fired by Trump last year, and its criticisms of Strzok and Page has given Trump’s allies ammunition in their efforts to undermine special counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation into Russian interference during the 2016 election. Robert Costa reports at the Washington Post.

“At this point, the Mueller investigation must be reassessed in light of today’s information,” Trump ally and chairman of the conservative House Freedom Caucus Rep. Mark Meadows (R-N.C.) said yesterday, joining other Republicans in casting doubt on the Mueller probe. Kyle Cheney and Elana Schor report at POLITICO.

It would be “stupid” for President Trump to sit down for an interview with special counsel Robert Mueller, who is investigating Russian interference in the 2016 U.S. election, Donald Trump Jr. advised yesterday, saying he doesn’t “trust” the federal prosecutors carrying out Mueller’s probe. Quint Forgey reports at POLITICO.

Republicans and Democrats will find conclusions in the report that suit their agenda, with Republicans saying it demonstrates anti-Trump bias in the F.B.I., and Democrats pointing to Comey’s actions being damaging to Clinton and welcoming the finding it was right not to prosecute the former presidential candidate. Jonathan Allen explains at NBC News.

A breakdown of the report’s revelations is provided by the New York Times.

The key takeaways from the report are provided by Jeremy Herb and Marshall Cohen at CNN.

The KOREAN PENINSULA

The Trump administration yesterday defended its strategy on the Korean Peninsula, insisting that it is not leaving regional allies vulnerable and that vague language in the document signed by President Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong-un at the recent Singapore summit represents a solid commitment from the North to get rid of its nuclear weapons. U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said sanctions on North Korea will not be lifted until “after the full denuclearization, the complete denuclearization,” Anne Gearan and John Hudson report at the Washington Post.


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