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Morning Briefing: 10 things you need to know this morning – June 4th 2017

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Good morning.

Here’s what you need to know this Sunday.

1. The Latest: Everything You Need To Know About The London Bridge Terror Attack

There are reports of a number of casualties after an incident that possibly involved a vehicle and a knife in the London Bridge area, British Transport Police has said.

2. After Pentagon Ships Arms, Kurdish Forces Confirm Assault On ISIS Capital Is Days Away

The Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) are preparing a major assault on the Islamic State (ISIS) capital of Raqqa in Syria in a few days, following a fresh shipment of arms from the U.S. The SDF are composed of Arab and Kurdish militias and receive strong support from the U.S. to accelerate operations against Raqqa

3. Supreme Court Expedites Trump’s Petition on Executive Order Case

WASHINGTON, D.C.—The Supreme Court took the rare step on Friday of expediting consideration of a major case, rapidly accelerating the schedule for reviewing the Fourth Circuit’s blocking of President Donald Trump’s travel ban executive order.

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4. Religion Of Peace: 149 Dead So Far In Ramadan Attacks

Significant terrorist attacks have sprung up across the globe since the beginning of Muslim holy month of Ramadan May 26, with current counts confirming three attacks and 149 dead, and a reported Saturday incident on London Bridge still developing.

5. Defense Secretary Jim Mattis: North Korea a ‘clear and present danger’

Defense Secretary Jim Mattis warned North Korea’s ramped-up efforts to develop a missile capable of carrying nuclear weapons that pose a danger to the U.S. and its allies represents a “clear and present danger.”

6. Obama’s Decisions Doomed The Paris Climate Accord To Failure In The US, Experts Say

Blame former President Barack Obama for the U.S. withdrawal from the Paris climate accord, according to policy experts, as Obama’s decision to forgo Senate approval and bank on a Democratic win in 2016 made the agreement politically vulnerable.


7. WikiLeaks: CIA ‘Pandemic’ Malware Infected Servers to Spread Virus to Computers

In the most recent installment of WikiLeak’s CIA Vault 7 series, the whistleblowing group has published details on a server virus codenamed “Pandemic.”

8. Debbie Does It Again! Wasserman Schultz Claims She’s The Victim Of ANOTHER Cyber Attack

Backers of Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders’ presidential campaign who are suing ex-Democratic National Committee (DNC) head Debbie Wasserman Schultz for allegedly tampering with the primary process filed a legal document Thursday alleging that one of her staffers improperly tried to get information from opposing lawyers, using voice-disguising software to hide their identity.

9. Report: Trump Not Expected To Block Comey’s Senate Testimony

President Trump is not expected to invoke executive privilege in an attempt to block FBI Director James Comey from testifying before the Senate Intelligence Committee next week. The White House has left open the question of whether Trump would intercede in order to scuttle Comey’s testimony.


10. Pennsylvania Republicans Push Bill to Make Gun Owners a ‘Protected Class’

Twenty-four Republican Representatives and one Democrat are pushing legislation that would make Pennsylvania gun owners a “protected class.”

 

 

 

 

 

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