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    Former CIA Director John Brennan declared on this week’s broadcast of “Fox News Sunday” that there was no spying on President Donald Trump’s 2016 campaign. In a video clip, Trump said, “You can look at Brennan and Comey and Clapper, we caught them spying on our campaign. This was an illegal act like no other illegal act. This was treason. This was at the highest level of treason.” Anchor Chris Wallace said, “As I said, you both accused each other of treason. What do you think of Attorney General Barr extending the Durham investigation into the Obama administration, the FBI, the intelligence community, extending that investigation well into 2021?” Brennan said, “Well, I think that is fine. I have no problems with it. I do believe that John Durham is going to carry out his response abilities ably and hopefully not with any type of political influence. I sat down for eight hours with John Durham and his team, answering all his questions. And so looking back at 2016, where there some mistakes made in terms of the FISA  applications...
    Former CIA Director John Brennan told “Fox News Sunday” that he has “no problems” with U.S. Attorney John Durham conducting his investigation into 2021 and another presidential administration. Attorney General William Barr appointed Durham in October as special counsel for the Justice Department, a move which would allow him to continue his investigation of the origins of the Trump-Russia probe unless he is directly fired by the next attorney general. Asked by Fox News anchor Chris Wallace about how he felt about the move, Brennan expressed confidence that Durham could fulfill his responsibilities “without any political influence.” WATCH: “I think that is fine, I have no problems with it,” he said. “I do believe that John Durham is going to carry out his responsibilities ably and hopefully not with any type of political influence.” Brennan recalled sitting with Durham and his team and answer questions for eight hours. “And so looking back at 2016, were there some mistakes made in terms of the FISA applications and other types of things?” Brennan asked rhetorically. “Yes, apparently there were, but that...
    Former CIA Director John Brennan told "Fox News Sunday" that he does not see anything wrong with Connecticut U.S. Attorney John Durham continuing his investigation of the Russia probe into 2021, while insisting that he never improperly relied on the unverified dossier compiled by ex-British spy Christopher Steele. Attorney General William Barr recently named Durham as special counsel in an effort to ensure the investigation continues into President-elect Joe Biden's administration. BRENNAN INTERVIEWED IN DURHAM PROBE, TOLD HE'S NOT A 'TARGET,' AIDE CLAIMS "I think that is fine, I have no problems with it,” Brennan said, adding that he has already sat down with Durham's team for eight hours. "I do believe that John Durham is going to carry out his responsibilities ably and hopefully not with any political influence." Brennan went on to acknowledge that there were mistakes in the FBI's use of the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act (FISA) during the early stages of the Russia investigation, but he insisted "that doesn't mean that there was criminal intent, and there was no spying on Donald Trump's campaign." One FBI attorney,...
    Brand new Tesla Model S cars sit on front of a Tesla showroom on August 2, 2017 in Corte Madera, California. Tesla will report second-quarter earnings today after the closing bell.Justin Sullivan | Getty Images Tesla's Model S sedan is no longer "recommended" by Consumer Reports due to a decline in its reliability, the influential rating organization announced Thursday. The electric car's rating dropped in the annual Auto Reliability Survey as a result of problems in its air suspension and main computer and touchscreen controls, according to Jake Fisher, senior director of auto testing at Consumer Reports. "We see a variety of problems on that car," he told CNBC. "It's wavered throughout its life cycle" as Tesla has consistently updated the car, which was first introduced in 2012. Typically older models fair better in reliability as companies tend to address problems as the vehicles age, but Tesla has continued to update the cars without much change to their exteriors, including over-the-air, or remote, updates — an emerging trend in the auto industry led by Tesla. The Model 3 is now...
    ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) — The replacement for Minnesota's troubled driver and vehicle registration system known as MNLARS seems to be off to a good start, according to state officials. Driver and Vehicle Services spokeswoman Megan Leonard says agents for the new MNDrive system handled more than 21,600 transactions on Monday, the first day the system went live. Leonard says no major problems were reported as customers conducted business online and in person, the Star Tribune reported. “The launch is off to a smooth start overall,” she said. The state spent more than $100 million on MNLARS before eventually giving up on the troubled system. The Legislature directed the Department of Public Safety to replace it by the end of 2020. MNDrive is being used at 15 exam stations, deputy registrar offices and driver’s license agent offices across Minnesota. MNDrive automatically calculates registration taxes and fees to ensure that drivers are paying the correct amount. Drivers can also upload and submit documents required for some transactions online, eliminating the need to visit an office. Auto dealers can print a special...
    Loading the player... Outgoing President Donald Trump’s claims of voter fraud have been debunked by election officials in every state in the union.  Both Republicans and Democrats alike have reported no evidence of widespread voter fraud or other irregularities that could change the outcome of the 2020 presidential election.  White House Press Secretary Kayleigh McEnany speaks during a press conference Monday alongside Trump Campaign General Counsel Matt Morgan at the Republican National Committee in Washington, D.C. The Trump campaign’s claim of widespread voter fraud in the 2020 presidential election has been debunked by officials in every American state. (Photo by Samuel Corum/Getty Images) The New York Times claims the iconic newspaper reached out to officials in every state through interviews and supplied statements that tell the exact opposite story. Election authorities nationwide report “remarkable success despite record turnout and the complications of a dangerous pandemic.”  One Republican secretary of state, Frank LaRose of Ohio, decried “a great human capacity for inventing things that aren’t true about elections.” He noted that “for some reason, elections breed that type of mythology.” ...
    WASHINGTON - The outcome of the November 3 U.S. presidential election was still up for grabs Wednesday, when the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe election-monitoring team held its day-after news conference in Washington, D.C.     Michael Georg Link, head of the short-term observer mission from the group’s parliamentary assembly, praised the U.S. government, which invited the observer missions, for having “the strength to show that nobody is perfect.”   He added, “Every democracy . . . profits on exchanges of best practice that can help further improve and refine its electoral system where needed.”   The United States was obligated to invite the OSCE to observe its elections. Despite the Eurocentric name, both the United States and Canada, and a handful of Central Asian nations, are participating states in the OSCE, which was formed during the Cold War. OSCE membership comes with the obligation to invite election monitors from the other OSCE states as a means of holding all members to the same standards of transparency.     While Link’s team was in the United States...
    WASHINGTON - The outcome of the November 3 U.S. presidential election was still up for grabs Wednesday, when the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe election-monitoring team held its day-after news conference in Washington, D.C.     Michael Georg Link, head of the short-term observer mission from the group’s parliamentary assembly, praised the U.S. government, which invited the observer missions, for having “the strength to show that nobody is perfect.”   He added, “Every democracy . . . profits on exchanges of best practice that can help further improve and refine its electoral system where needed.”   The United States was obligated to invite the OSCE to observe its elections. Despite the Eurocentric name, both the United States and Canada, and a handful of Central Asian nations, are participating states in the OSCE, which was formed during the Cold War. OSCE membership comes with the obligation to invite election monitors from the other OSCE states as a means of holding all members to the same standards of transparency.     While Link’s team was in the United States...
    Voters marked the end of a fraught U.S. election season at the polls Tuesday, casting the last of what will likely be a record number of ballots in the midst of a global pandemic that upended long-established election procedures, prompted an unprecedented surge in mail ballots and triggered hundreds of lawsuits. No major problems were reported, and fears of large-scale voter intimidation or harassment had not materialized by midday. Officials have already warned that counting ballots could take days due to an avalanche of mail votes that take more time to process and could result in another round of court battles. Read More: Michelle Obama makes final push for Biden: ‘He’s a good man’ President Donald Trump has already threatened legal action to prevent the counting of ballots that arrive after Election Day, which some states allow. Meanwhile, a federal judge ordered postal workers in some major cities to sweep processing facilities for any remaining ballots before the end of the day. Minor problems occur every election, and Tuesday was no different. There were long lines and sporadic reports of...
    California kicked off election day with brisk lines, peppy poll workers and rave reviews from voters, many of whom are calling it their “best voting experience ever.” “Voting is going smoothly across California this morning,” said Sam Mahood, a spokesman for the secretary of state. “We have been urging Californians to vote early this year, and they responded in record numbers.” Indeed, more than 12.8 million Californians had already cast their votes ahead of Tuesday, including almost 3 million Angelenos. But many still flocked to the polls on Tuesday, if only for the classic election day experience. “I like going in there and being in that environment where I’m with other people voting — it just makes me feel very inspired,” said Mark Yoshida, who cast his ballot at the La Mirada Public Library on Tuesday morning. “I was expecting a little more chaos, just because it is election day. I was kind of hoping to see a little more drama.” Poll worker Brian Sonia-Wallace said the Huntington Park Public Library site where he’s working saw an...
    WASHINGTON (AP) — The Latest on the presidential campaign (all times local): 9:45 a.m. Federal authorities are monitoring voting and any threats to the election across the country at an operations center just outside Washington, D.C., run by the cyber-security component of the Department of Homeland Security. Officials there said there were no major problems detected early Tuesday but urged the public to be wary and patient. U.S. Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency director Christopher Krebs said from the center there was “some early indication of system disruption,” but he did not elaborate. He says he has “confidence that the vote is secure, the count is secure and the results will be secure.” Krebs says officials have seen attempts by foreign actors “to interfere in the 2020 election.” But he says officials “have addressed those threats quickly” and “comprehensively.” Krebs says Election Day “in some sense is half-time.” He says, “There may be other events or activities or efforts to interfere and undermine confidence in the election.” He asks all Americans “to treat all sensational and unverified claims with skepticism...
    Loading the player... FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. (AP) — Floridians began early voting in much of the state Monday with no serious problems reported as the Trump campaign tries to cut into an early advantage Democrats have posted in mail-in votes in the key swing state. Many polling sites had long lines before dawn as voters awaited their opening. One county had to close an early voting sites after the elections supervisor and an employee tested positive for the coronavirus and another county had its website go down. Read More: Democrats outnumber Republicans in Florida’s mail-in votes so far In Miami, Aldo Rodriguez, 62, lined up early to be near the front of the line and waited in heavy rain to cast his ballot for Democrat Joe Biden over President Donald Trump. He said he voted early and in person to make sure his ballot gets counted. Biden “was already in the government before when he was vice president, and he knows pretty much how the country was running and hopefully he’ll get it back the same way it was,”...
    The lesson in Trumps unfortunate diagnosis What you need to know about reheating food safely The Bears offense has a lot of problems no matter who plays quarterback The Colts came to Chicago and beat the Bears 19-11 this afternoon, in a game CBS flexed to the late window as a replacement for the postponed Patriots-Chiefs game. © Provided by The Comeback That was unfortunate for neutral fans, because they were rewarded with a flailing Chicago offense struggling to do much of anything for most of the game, along with a lot of sloppy penalties and other miscues. The Colts fared slightly better, though Philip Rivers didn’t exactly light up Soldier Field, and Indianapolis should have probably put the game away much more emphatically than they were able to do. That the Bears were in it at all is a testament to their defense, which remains one of the better units in the league and probably only requires a competent offense to be able to win games on its own. Unfortunately, the Bears do not have a competent offense....
    President Trump falsely claimed that COVID-19 'affects virtually nobody' except for older Americans and those with preexisting conditions as the death toll neared 200,000. The incorrect assessment came Monday night during a campaign rally in Toledo, Ohio, where a packed crowd donned 'Make America Great Again' paraphernalia and supported Trump ahead of the November 3 election.  'Take your hats off to the young, because they have a hell of an immune system,' Trump told the cheering crowd.  RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Sylvester Stallone's mother Jackie 'passes away at the age of 98' | Daily Mail... Louisville declares state of emergency ahead of Breonna Taylor announcement |... Share this article Share Before that, he made the erroneous claim that the severity of COVID-19 does not affect younger Americans. 'Now we know it affects elderly people. Elderly people with heart problems and other problems. If they have other problems, that’s what it really affects. That’s it,' said Trump.   'In some states nobody young. They have a strong immune system - who knows. Take your hat off to the young...
    BRUNSWICK, Ga. (AP) — A foreman who oversees dock workers at Georgia's busy shipping terminal for automobiles said Tuesday he saw no problems as hundreds of cars and trucks were loaded onto the cargo ship Golden Ray shortly before the vessel overturned after leaving port a year ago. The U.S. Coast Guard and National Transportation Safety Board are holding public hearings this week as they investigate what caused the South Korean vessel to capsize with 4,200 vehicles in its cargo decks after it departed the Port of Brunswick on Sept. 8, 2019. All crew members on board were rescued safely. The ship and its cargo remain partly submerged in St. Simons Sound, waiting to be sawed into large chunks to be removed by barge. Steve Farley, a foreman who oversaw the stevedore crew tasked with unloaded and loading the Golden Ray before its final voyage, told investigators Tuesday the workers rolled 280 vehicles off the ship the day before it departed and loaded 360 cars and trucks onto it. The vehicles were lashed down in rows inside the cargo hold,...
    BRUNSWICK, Ga. (AP) — A foreman who oversees dock workers at Georgia’s busy shipping terminal for automobiles said Tuesday he saw no problems as hundreds of cars and trucks were loaded onto the cargo ship Golden Ray shortly before the vessel overturned after leaving port a year ago. The U.S. Coast Guard and National Transportation Safety Board are holding public hearings this week as they investigate what caused the South Korean vessel to capsize with 4,200 vehicles in its cargo decks after it departed the Port of Brunswick on Sept. 8, 2019. All crew members on board were rescued safely. The ship and its cargo remain partly submerged in St. Simons Sound, waiting to be sawed into large chunks to be removed by barge. Steve Farley, a foreman who oversaw the stevedore crew tasked with unloaded and loading the Golden Ray before its final voyage, told investigators Tuesday the workers rolled 280 vehicles off the ship the day before it departed and loaded 360 cars and trucks onto it. The vehicles were lashed down in rows inside the cargo...
    When Republican presidential candidates lost to Democrats in the past — President Herbert Hoover in 1932, Sen. Barry Goldwater in 1964, President Gerald R. Ford in 1976, President George H.W. Bush in 1992, Sen. John McCain in 2008 — the GOP looked ahead and asked: OK, where do we go from here? It remains to be seen whether President Donald Trump will be reelected in November or if former Vice President Joe Biden will become the next president of the United States, but liberal economist and New York Times columnist Paul Krugman argues that whatever the outcome in the 2020 presidential election, the GOP is acting as though 2021 does not exist. Krugman, in his September 14 column, explains, “Nobody knows for sure who will win in November. Joe Biden holds the advantage right now, but between the vagaries of the Electoral College and whatever October surprises the Trumpists cook up — you know they’re coming — who knows? One thing that’s clear, however, is that Republicans — not just Donald Trump, but his whole party — are acting as...
    Even in this shortened season, the Los Angeles Dodgers have stood out with their dominance. And Clayton Kershaw is still a big part of it. Kershaw has won his last three starts, allowing just two runs in that span. For the season, the 32-year-old left-hander is 4-1 with a 1.80 ERA. He’s struck out 33 batters with just four walks. Kershaw pitched like that while winning three Cy Young Awards from 2011-14, but he declined ever so slightly the last couple seasons. His 3.03 ERA last year was his worst since his rookie season of 2008, for example. He began this season battling a back issue that caused him to miss his customary opening day start, and with the schedule shortened to 60 games, even a talented team like the Dodgers was vulnerable to the vagaries of a small sample size. But Los Angeles can start making postseason plans after a 26-10 start that has the Dodgers five games up in the NL West. Los Angeles has a run differential of plus-90 — the Chicago White Sox have the next-best...
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    The Vote4DC app, which lets D.C. residents register to vote online, is no longer available because of technical problems. The app was part of a larger push by city leaders urging residents to request their absentee mail-in ballots early. But, as requests began pouring in, the information infrastructure to process them was “overwhelmed,” the D.C. Board of Elections said in a recap of the June primary. Those problems affected the Vote4DC app, which, the board found out, was not compatible with all mobile phones. In addition, voters who used the app to register to vote and request mail-in ballots did not receive confirmation or tracking information about their requests, adding to the confusion. The D.C. Board of Elections said the private vendor responsible for the app did not respond to “numerous” requests to fix the glitches. It said, though, that 92,000 ballots were processed and mailed to District voters. Still, the quiet removal of the app — which allowed new voters to register and existing voters to update their profiles — frustrated some residents. The group DC for Democracy tweeted...
    The owner of the Upper West Side’s Lucerne Hotel insists that there are “no problems” at the joint, now housing hundreds of homeless including recovering drug addicts — even as he’s put his own area mansion up for sale since the new neighbors moved in. But at least three men suffered apparent overdoses on the block Tuesday — two of them in the span of just 20 minutes — adding to residents’ growing complaints of brazen drug-use, broad-daylight masturbation and public urination since the move-in at the Lucerne and two other area hotels. But owner Sam Domb insisted to The Post in an exclusive phone interview prior to the day’s episodes that all is well. “We have no problems at the Lucerne,” he said. At first, Domb said that he was “forced” to welcome the homeless into the hotel at West 79th Street and Amsterdam Avenue, part of the city’s effort to empty packed congregate shelters to stem the spread of the coronavirus. “The contract was from FEMA,” he said, referring to the Federal Emergency Management Agency, which is picking...
    The owner of the Upper West Side’s Lucerne Hotel insists that there are “no problems” at the joint, now housing hundreds of homeless including recovering drug addicts — even as he’s put his own area mansion up for sale since the new neighbors moved in. But at least three men suffered apparent overdoses on the block Tuesday — two of them in the span of just 20 minutes — adding to residents’ growing complaints of brazen drug-use, broad-daylight masturbation and public urination since the move-in at the Lucerne and two other area hotels. But owner Sam Domb insisted to The Post in an exclusive phone interview prior to the day’s episodes that all is well. “We have no problems at the Lucerne,” he said. At first, Domb said that he was “forced” to welcome the homeless into the hotel at West 79th Street and Amsterdam Avenue, part of the city’s effort to empty packed congregate shelters to stem the spread of the coronavirus. “The contract was from FEMA,” he said, referring to the Federal Emergency Management Agency, which is picking...
    CHICAGO (CBS) — There’s that motto about nothing stopping the post office from delivering your mail, but as of late, that motto is more like a fairy tale. CBS 2 has been reporting for weeks about postal problems in Chicago. Friday, 15 members of Congress from Illinois jumped into action. With a pandemic, elections, pharmaceuticals, and stimulus checks, the mail has never been more vital and is life or death for some. “It took us three weeks to get our medication through the mail service,” said Chicago resident Barbara Jackson. Snail mail may be too kind. “If I get mail once a week I’m pleased, and then when I get it, it’s often not all the mail I’m supposed to get,” said another resident. What they have in the Ashburn neighborhood for more than a month is sluggish delivery at a time when mailed medicine and relief checks are vital for daily pandemic life. “I’ve personally not received mail,” said yet another resident. Congressman Bobby Rush is demanding change for an area that has seen lines running the length of the...
    More evidence has emerged that the novel coronavirus attacks and severely damages the kidneys.  Nearly half of patients with COVID-19, the disease caused by the virus, at one New City Hospital suffered acute kidney injury, a new report suggests.  Researchers found that, for one-fifth of those patients, the damage was so severe that they needed dialysis immediately. However, more than 80 percent had no prior history of problems with the organs.  About 46% of coronavirus patients developed acute kidney injury, which is when they kidneys fail to filter waste, with 17% requiring dialysis. Pictured: Tracy, a hemodialysis technician ( left) attends to a COVID-19 patient Rue Arnwine Jr.who is on dialysis at Desert Cities Dialysis in Victorville, California,  April 25 Around 82% had no history of kidney problems and one-third of those who survived did not regain the same kidney function they had. Pictured: Medics transfer a patient on a stretcher from an ambulance outside of Emergency at Coral Gables Hospital where coronavirus patients are treated in Coral Gables near Miami, July 30 For the report, the team looked at...
    Former Goldman Sachs exec tabbed as USOPC compliance officer Your Guide to Waterproof Makeup That Wont Melt by Lunchtime In U-turn, Trump doubles down on effectiveness of social distancing and face masks: ‘I have no problems with the masks’ President Trump’s resolve may be cracking — at least when it comes to face masks. © Getty Images U.S. President Donald Trump said on Sunday: ‘I don’t agree with the statement that if everyone wears a mask everything disappears.’ But he appears to be softening his stance on the issue. At Tuesday’s 5 p.m. daily presser, Trump said, “I have no problems with the masks. If you’re close together, I would put on the mask.” In response to a question about whether he’d experienced a sudden a change of heart on both masks and social distancing. “I’m getting used to the mask ...I will wear it where appropriate. I’ve always agreed with that. I’ve never fought either one.” Load Error A day earlier, the president tweeted (TWTR) a photo of himself wearing a mask with a presidential seal: “Many...
    CARSON CITY, Nev. (AP) — Nevada Gov. Steve Sisolak announced he no longer plans to call for a special legislative session to address criminal justice and coronavirus-related concerns of business and worker groups legal liability and worker protections. In a statement Sunday afternoon, the governor said he originally intended to call a special session after lawmakers wrap up proceedings on the state budget to address issues he believes “cannot and should not wait. He has since reconsidered, he said, due to the continued spread of the virus and the length of the special session underway to address the state's budget shortfall. “I have serious reservations about having our lawmakers convene again for a similar – or longer – period of time in the midst of this spike in our State,” he said. State health officials reported Saturday that 35,765 people have tested positive for the virus and at least 647 have died. The Legislative Counsel Bureau announced last week that one person participating in the special session had tested positive. For most people, the new coronavirus causes mild or moderate...
    Coronavirus updates: Texas eases school reopening requirements; US hits record number of daily COVID-19 cases Taco Bell is slashing potatoes from the menu, and vegan and vegetarian customers are furious No teething problems as Bielsa takes Leeds to the top By Brian Homewood © Reuters/ED SYKES Championship - Leeds United v Huddersfield Town (Reuters) - He watches matches perched on a bucket, lives in a one-bedroom flat above a shop and holds his staff meetings in a local Costa coffee shop. Marcelo Bielsa, who has taken Leeds United back to the English Premier League after a 16-year absence, is one of soccer's most endearing and enigmatic characters and has developed a cult following in many of the places he has coached. Pep Guardiola is one of many coaches who said they have been inspired by Bielsa although the Argentine's relatively modest trophy cabinet does not match his widespread influence. The 64-year-old is famously obsessive, once shutting himself in a hotel room for 48 hours to escape the world after a poor run when he was coaching Argentine side...
    After a courageous three-month battle, beloved Broadway actor Nick Cordero died of problems from the coronavirus on Sunday. The latest father, 41, had no underlying situations, his spouse Amanda Kloots has stated, and his well being struggles lasted lengthy after he repeatedly examined detrimental for the virus. The timeline of his decline is a tragic reminder that even younger, wholesome individuals with no pre-existing well being points — equivalent to diabetes or weight problems — can nonetheless die after catching the coronavirus. The Tony Award-nominated actor’s well being points started in late March. After shifting from New York to Los Angeles firstly of the month, the Hamilton, Ontario, native started feeling intensely fatigued, spending nearly per week in mattress. On March 26, whereas altering his son Elvis’ diaper, he fainted. An urgent-care clinic despatched him dwelling, with directions to return 4 days later if he didn’t really feel higher. By March 30, “Nick’s respiration turned labored. I took him to Cedars-Sinai, and he stayed in a single day,” Kloots, a celeb coach, advised The Put up in early Might....
    President Donald Trump said in a second interview Wednesday that he has no problem wearing masks, something he’s been criticized for not personally doing during the coronavirus pandemic. Trump spoke with Sinclair host Eric Bolling, who took out a mask during the interview and asked, “Will you consider wearing a mask? And if not, how come?” The president has been roundly criticized for not wearing a mask in public. At one event in May, he was photographed wearing a mask while touring a Ford plant, but he largely hasn’t worn masks publicly. Some Republicans have started encouraging him to do so to set an example for the nation to follow. Trump said today, “I’ve worn a mask. And if I’m near people… and everybody that’s around me as president gets tested. That’s like standard. And also, I keep distances.” “But if I was in a crowd… I have no problem with a mask at all,” he continued. “But I have a different kind of a life being president. You have a little bit of a different life.” He took...
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