Former US Navy sailor pardoned by Trump plans to sue Obama over classified information case

Former US Navy sailor pardoned by Trump plans to sue Obama over classified information caseA Navy sailor pardoned by US president Donald Trump is planning to sue Barack Obama’s administration for improperly handling his case. Kristian Saucier was pardoned by Mr Trump, who tweeted congratulations to the former military member for his “newly found freedom,” in March 2018 after serving a year in a federal prison for taking photos of classified areas in a nuclear submarine. Saucier’s lawyers have alleged that Mr Obama, former FBI Director James Comey, and others in the administration treated Saucier’s case unfairly compared to the matter of Hillary Clinton using a private server for government emails while Mr Obama’s Secretary of State.


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Republican lawmakers will review classified information on FBI source Thursday, White House announces

  1. Republican lawmakers will review classified information on FBI source Thursday, White House announces  Washington Post
  2. Trump says ‘spies’ in campaign would be unprecedented  CNN
  3. FBI source in Russia probe raises alarms over political surveillance  The Hill
  4. Mueller Hopes Obstruction Inquiry Into Trump May Wrap Up by Sept. 1, Giuliani Says  New York Times
  5. Trump’s campaigning hard — against the Russia probe  Chicago Tribune
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Discovery of differences in the brains of rats classified as workers vs. slackers

Neurologists have uncovered a network of regions in the brain that are involved in determining the choice of being a ‘hard-worker’ or a ‘slacker.’ Understanding how the brain makes such decisions is one of the most fundamental questions in neuroscience and psychology, and sophisticated animal behavioral testing, coupled with advance brain imaging and stimulation techniques are shedding light on this important process.
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Senators leave classified briefing on Trump's Syria policy 'very unnerved'

  1. Senators leave classified briefing on Trump’s Syria policy ‘very unnerved’  CNN
  2. White House Contradicts Nikki Haley on New Russia Sanctions  Wall Street Journal
  3. The Latest: Kudlow apologizes for saying Haley was confused  ABC News
  4. Trump’s Problem in Syria? It Was Obama’s Too  New York Times
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The degradation status of modern polymeric museum artifacts can be classified by their smell

Breath analysis in disease diagnostics is a promising research field, and the advances in instrumentation allows the accurate detection of metabolites. But not only the health status of patients, but also the preservation status of museum artifacts could be monitored. Heritage science researchers have investigated emissions of volatile organic compounds from plastics-based art objects and provided a first calibration scheme for polymer degradation in museum environment.
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Stephen Colbert Visits Capitol Hill And Releases His Own Classified Memo

Stephen Colbert got to leave The Late Show studio to visit Capitol Hill. His mission on The Hill is to share a memo he’s put together about Representative Devin Nunes. Colbert also tried to get as much information about the ongoing Russia investigation as he can, with little luck. Colbert speaks with Rep. Adam Schiff and Senator Jeff Flake and has fun delivering his memo all around. Colbert also speaks with Senator Mark Warner who is less inclined to share details about the Russia Investigation.

     

 

 


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