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The Nov. 27, 2019, evening weather forecast for Las Vegas.

  • Barr ‘Smart Enough’ Not to Deal With Ukraine: Impeachment Update
    Bloomberg

    Barr ‘Smart Enough’ Not to Deal With Ukraine: Impeachment Update

    House Judiciary Panel Releases Resolution (11:12 a.m. The Judiciary Committee released the two impeachment articles, combined in a single resolution. The resolution said Trump “warrants impeachment and trial, removal from office, and disqualification to hold and enjoy any office of honor, trust, or profit under the United States.

  • Remember When Russian Diesel Submarines Chased Down A British Nuclear Sub?
    The National Interest

    Remember When Russian Diesel Submarines Chased Down A British Nuclear Sub?

    Russian diesel subs chased a British nuclear sub off the Syrian coast, according to British media. The incident reportedly involved one or two Russian Kilo-class diesel-powered submarines, which have been dubbed the "Black Hole" by Western navies because they are remarkably quiet. The British sub did not fire its Tomahawks during last week's strike by American, British and French forces against Syrian chemical weapons sites, leading to speculation that the British boat was driven off by the Russian subs.

  • IG Report Details ‘Significant Omissions and Inaccurate Information’ in FISA Application to Surveil Carter Page
    National Review

    IG Report Details ‘Significant Omissions and Inaccurate Information’ in FISA Application to Surveil Carter Page

    Department of Justice Inspector General Michael Horowitz detailed how the FBI made “at least 17 significant errors or omissions” in its FISA application to surveil Trump-campaign adviser Carter Page, including the application's reliance on the unverified Steele dossier. The inspector general found no evidence that the Russia probe was launched for political reasons but did conclude that the FBI's FISA process fell “far short of the requirement in FBI policy that they ensure that all factual statements in a FISA application are 'scrupulously accurate,'” according to the extensive report.

  • Boston's trauma to be dissected as marathon bomber appeals death sentence
    Reuters

    Boston's trauma to be dissected as marathon bomber appeals death sentence

    This city's deepest wound - the 2013 Boston Marathon bombings that killed three and injured hundreds more - will be re-examined Thursday when lawyers for bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev seek to have his death sentence lifted because the jury pool was too traumatized to render a fair verdict. The then-19-year old Tsarnaev and his 26-year-old brother Tamerlan sparked five days of panic in Boston that began April 15, 2013, when they detonated a pair of homemade pressure cooker bombs at the race's packed finish line. The pair eluded capture for days, punctuated by a gunbattle with police in Watertown that killed Tamerlan and led to a daylong lockdown of Boston and most of its suburbs while heavily armed officers and troops conducted a house-to-house search for Dzhokhar.

  • Syria's Assad: OPCW faked a report on attack near Damascus
    Associated Press

    Syria's Assad: OPCW faked a report on attack near Damascus

    Syrian President Bashar Assad said in an interview aired Monday that the global chemical weapons watchdog has faked and falsified a report over an attack near the capital Damascus last year "just because the Americans wanted them to do so." Assad's comments to Italy's Rai News 24 came after the director-general of the Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons expressed confidence in the report into the deadly attack in Syria. OPCW's chief Fernando Arias supported the report issued in March by a fact-finding mission from the watchdog that found "reasonable grounds" that chlorine was used in a deadly attack on the eastern Damascus suburb of Douma.

  • 'An outright lie': Ohio lawmaker shown to be linked to group pushing rightwing Christian bills
    The Guardian

    'An outright lie': Ohio lawmaker shown to be linked to group pushing rightwing Christian bills

    An Ohio legislator who said he had “no knowledge” of a rightwing Christian bill mill called Project Blitz is, in fact, the co-chair of the state branch of an organization behind the campaign. The Ohio state representative Timothy Ginter sponsored a bill called the Student Religious Liberties Act. The Guardian revealed the bill was nearly identical to one promoted by Project Blitz, a state legislative project guided by three Christian right organizations, including the Congressional Prayer Caucus (CPC), WallBuilders and the ProFamily Legislators Conference.

  • ‘Bomb cyclone’ triggers 75ft wave off California coast
    The Independent

    ‘Bomb cyclone’ triggers 75ft wave off California coast

    A 75ft wave was recorded off the Californian coast after a 'bomb cyclone' pounded the West Coast during Thanksgiving week. Scientists from the University of California said it was the tallest wave they had documented in the last 15 years. The Coastal Data Information programme noted the storm generated some of the largest waves ever recorded, with the behemoth wave measured at Cape Mendocino on 26 November.

  • Female Reporter Calls Out Runner Who Groped Her While She Was on TV
    Time

    Female Reporter Calls Out Runner Who Groped Her While She Was on TV

    A young female local news journalist has spoken out after she was apparently groped by a runner while reporting live on a race in Savannah, Ga. Alexandrea Bozarjian, a WSAV3 journalist, was reporting on the Enmarket Savannah Bridge Run on Saturday as runners rush by her, waving to the camera, according to footage of the incident. Suddenly, a man throws back his arm, turns to her and appears to deliberately hit her on the rear end.

  • Former Australian PM, Bob Hawke, pleaded with daughter not to report alleged rape by political ally to police
    The Telegraph

    Former Australian PM, Bob Hawke, pleaded with daughter not to report alleged rape by political ally to police

    Former Australian Prime Minister Bob Hawke pleaded with his daughter not to report being raped by a Labor MP fearing the case could damage his political career, it is claimed in court documents. The allegations against Mr Hawke, who died in May aged 89, have been made by his second daughter Rosslyn Dillon, 59, in a legal claim against her father's estate. Ms Dillon is seeking 4 million Australian dollars (£2 million) from her father's $18 million estate, rather than the $750,000 she was left.

  • Putin Meeting is Real Test for Ukraine Leader
    Bloomberg

    Putin Meeting is Real Test for Ukraine Leader

    Despite finding himself in the eye of Donald Trump's impeachment storm, Ukraine's leader is set for an even tougher test of his fledgling presidency: his first face time with Vladimir Putin. Volodymyr Zelenskiy meets his Russian counterpart in Paris today as he seeks progress toward resolving the war in eastern Ukraine that erupted after Russia annexed Crimea from its neighbor in 2014. The presence of France's Emmanuel Macron, keen to bring Putin in from the cold, and Germany's Angela Merkel adds heft to the push for peace.

  • Missile Race: Does America or China Dominate the South China Sea?
    The National Interest

    Missile Race: Does America or China Dominate the South China Sea?

    Key point: In an actual war, both Washington and Beijing would employ their conventional missile arsenals to sink each other's ships. The Chinese military lobbed anti-ship ballistic missiles into the South China Sea in tests in early July 2019. The missile trials underscored Beijing's increasing militarization of resource-rich waters on which several countries have conflicting claims.

  • Elizabeth Smart's dad, Ed, in first interview since coming out as gay: 'There is no cure'
    USA TODAY

    Elizabeth Smart's dad, Ed, in first interview since coming out as gay: 'There is no cure'

    Seventeen years after his daughter Elizabeth's high-profile kidnapping and rescue, Ed Smart spoke Monday of his struggle to come out as a gay man. There is no cure. This is absolutely not a choice," Smart said, sobbing in an interview with Gayle King on "CBS This Morning."

  • Saudi who killed 3 sailors was infuriated by ‘Pornstache’ nickname
    Yahoo News Video

    Saudi who killed 3 sailors was infuriated by ‘Pornstache’ nickname

    The Saudi air force trainee who killed three sailors at a U.S. Navy base last week reportedly made an official complaint about being called “Pornstache” by one of his instructors.

  • The Best War Movies on Netflix
    Popular Mechanics

    The Best War Movies on Netflix

    For when only a war film will do. From Popular Mechanics

  • Brazil's Bolsonaro calls activist Thunberg a 'brat'
    Reuters

    Brazil's Bolsonaro calls activist Thunberg a 'brat'

    Brazil's right-wing President Jair Bolsonaro called Swedish climate change campaigner Greta Thunberg a "brat" on Tuesday after she criticized mounting violence against indigenous people in which two Amazon tribesmen were shot dead three days ago. "Greta said the Indians died because they were defending the Amazon (forest). How can the media give space to a brat like that," Bolsonaro told reporters, using the Portuguese word "pirralha."

  • Associated Press

    Man buried in Alaska mountain avalanche saved by other hiker

    An Alaska hiker is lucky to be alive after he was buried during an avalanche and another hiker saw his feet and freed him, officials said. The hiker was alone on Flattop Mountain around 1 p.m. Saturday when an avalanche buried him, the Chugach National Forest Avalanche Information Center said. Alex Kuprienko of Anchorage was hiking past the area around 2:30 p.m. and saw moving feet sticking out of the snow, he said.

  • 5-Year-Old Carries Baby in Subzero Cold After They Are Abandoned, Police Say
    The New York Times

    5-Year-Old Carries Baby in Subzero Cold After They Are Abandoned, Police Say

    A 5-year-old, wearing just socks and light clothing, carried an 18-month-old through subzero temperatures in the Yukon Flats of Alaska after the power went out at the home where they had been left alone, according to the authorities. The power failure scared the older child, who then carried the baby to a home about half a mile away in Venetie, Alaska, Tuesday, the Alaska State Department of Public Safety said in a statement Friday. The children are expected to make a full recovery, Ken Marsh, a department spokesman, said Sunday.

  • Pete Buttigieg's real 'black problem': He has been convicted of white privilege
    USA TODAY Opinion

    Pete Buttigieg's real 'black problem': He has been convicted of white privilege

    Or that Buttigieg's eight years in the Navy Reserve, and his deployment to Afghanistan, were actually a cover story for his time as a male stripper at a gay bar. Because many kids in minority communities “haven't seen it work” for people they know, Buttigieg said, it's understandable that they are skeptical about the value of education. For this expression of empathy, the mayor of South Bend, Indiana, was labeled a “baldfaced” liar.

  • TV crew laugh at Ted Cruz in live interview after he endorses Trump's baseless conspiracy theory
    The Independent

    TV crew laugh at Ted Cruz in live interview after he endorses Trump's baseless conspiracy theory

    Ted Cruz was laughed at by a TV crew during a live interview after he endorsed Donald Trump's baseless conspiracy theory about Ukraine. The Texas senator, who challenged Mr Trump to be the Republican nominee in 2016, was mocked for saying he believed there was “considerable evidence” that Ukraine meddled in the most recent presidential election. The US intelligence community has concluded that Russia, not Ukraine, interfered in the 2016 election and senior officials have said it is a “fictional narrative” to suggest Ukraine was involved.

  • Rick Gates Seeks to Avoid Jail at Sentencing for Conspiracy
    Bloomberg

    Rick Gates Seeks to Avoid Jail at Sentencing for Conspiracy

    Former Trump campaign official Rick Gates asked a judge to spare him from prison, put him on probation and order him to do community service for his crimes of conspiracy and lying to federal investigators. In a court filing Monday, Gates said he has accepted responsibility “in every way possible. He's scheduled to be sentenced by U.S. District Judge Amy Berman Jackson in Washington on Dec. 17.

  • Meet the "Blue Magpie": Taiwan's New Domestically-Made Fighter?
    The National Interest

    Meet the "Blue Magpie": Taiwan's New Domestically-Made Fighter?

    Taiwan's Aerospace Industrial Development Corp, or AIDC, built a model of the Blue Magpie for the 2019 Taipei Aerospace & Defence Technology Exhibition, photos reveal. The $2.2-billion Blue Magpie program, which aims to build 66 high-performance training planes for the Taiwanese air force, could help to sustain the island country's aerospace industry as it struggles to maintain a large and aging fleet of fighters. Diplomatic pressure from China complicates Taiwan's efforts to acquire warplanes from foreign manufacturers.

  • Suu Kyi in court as genocide case set out against Myanmar
    Reuters

    Suu Kyi in court as genocide case set out against Myanmar

    Mass rapes, the burning alive of Muslim Rohingya families in their homes and the killing with knives of dozens of children were described by Gambia's legal team as it set out its genocide case against Myanmar at the U.N.'s highest court on Tuesday. Myanmar's leader Aung San Suu Kyi, a Nobel Peace laureate, looked on impassively as the alleged atrocities were detailed on the first of three days of hearings at the International Court of Justice in The Hague. The case was instituted by Gambia against Buddhist-majority Myanmar in November.

  • Ethiopia PM Abiy urges unity as he collects Nobel Peace Prize
    AFP

    Ethiopia PM Abiy urges unity as he collects Nobel Peace Prize

    Ethiopian Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed collected the Nobel Peace Prize in Oslo on Tuesday, appealing for unity as ethnic violence flares in his country and reconciliation efforts with former foe Eritrea have stalled. "There is no 'Us and Them'," he said in his speech at Oslo's flower-bedecked City Hall. The Nobel committee honoured Abiy -- Africa's youngest leader at 43 -- for the spectacular progress in the months after he took power in April 2018.

  • Transgender pupil, 12, given puberty blockers, as mother says she 'wanted to be a girl from age of three'
    The Telegraph

    Transgender pupil, 12, given puberty blockers, as mother says she 'wanted to be a girl from age of three'

    A 12-year-old transgender girl has started puberty blocking treatment, as her mother says she "knew from the age of three" that she wanted to be female. Ash Lammin, who was born a boy, is embarking on a lengthy journey to transition to female at an NHS-run clinic and is one of the youngest in the country to do so. She has researched the process in depth and says that she eventually wants a womb transplant so that she can be a mother when she's older.

  • Hong Kong's leader unbowed after massive weekend protest
    Associated Press

    Hong Kong's leader unbowed after massive weekend protest

    Hong Kong's leader on Tuesday again ruled out further concessions to protesters who marched peacefully in their hundreds of thousands this past weekend, days before she is to travel to Beijing for regularly scheduled meetings with Communist Party leaders. The six-month protest movement has five demands, including that the leader of the semi-autonomous city and lawmakers all be directly elected and that police actions against protesters be independently investigated. The only demand that has been met was the withdrawal of proposed extradition legislation that triggered the movement in June.