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* President Biden Signs An Executive Order 

* FEMA Administrator Blames Climate Change For Deadly Tornado Outbreak

* The "Intention" Watchers Are HERE!

* 74 Dead More Than 100 Still Unaccounted For In Kentucky Tornado Disasters

* Un Just Unveiled Beast Statue Similar To That Of The Book Revelation A NYC Headquarters

* California And New York Reinstate Indoor Mask Mandates Amid Omicron Concerns

* 12-13-21 Press Briefing By Press Secretary Jen Psaki

* Trump Yelled 'What The Hell Was That After The White Houses Middle East Rollout Went Off The Rails, Book Authors Says

* Amazon Criticised Over Safety At Tornado Hit Warehouse  

* The Most Realistic Humanoid Robot Yet (Ameca)

* Serco Announces New $33 Million U.S. Space Force Surveillance Systems Contract

* Vice President Harris Convenes With CEOS To Discuss Central America

* LA Palma Volcano Rears Back To Life, Russia Threatens To Put Nukes in Europe, Iran War

 

President Biden Signs An Executive Order

President Biden Signs an Executive Order on Delivering the Government Services and Experience the American People Expect and Deserve

 

 

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FEMA Administrator Blames Climate Change For Deadly Tornado Outbreak

 

Federal Emergency Management Agency Administrator Deanne Criswell laid blame on climate change for the deadly tornado outbreak over the weekend, claiming such disasters will be the "new normal" from now on.

"This is going to be our new normal," Criswell said during an appearance on CNN Sunday. "The effects we are seeing of climate change are the crisis of our generation," Criswell said. "We're taking a lot of efforts at FEMA to work with communities to help reduce the impacts that we're seeing from these severe weather events and help to develop system-wide projects that can help protect communities."

 

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The "Intention" Watchers Are HERE!

 

 

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74 dead, More Than 100 Still Unaccounted For In Kentucky Tornado Disaster

 

Rescuers continued to search for survivors Monday after tornadoes tore through Kentucky and neighboring states over the weekend, devastating entire towns and killing dozens of people.

Kentucky Gov. Andy Beshear said in an update Monday afternoon that 74 people in the state had been confirmed dead and that over 100 others were unaccounted for, with both numbers expected to grow.

Beshear said Monday morning that it would take “a week or even more before we have a final count on the number of lost lives," saying the "mountain of waste" included perished livestock.

Flags at government buildings will be flown at half-staff for a week beginning Tuesday, and a state fund will pay for the funerals of those who have died, Beshear said. Read More 

 

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UN Just Unveiled BEAST Statue Similar To That Of The Book Of Revelation A NYC Headquarters

One of the strangest statues that I have ever seen in my entire life has just been set up right outside UN Headquarters in New York City.

 

 

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California And New York Reinstate Indoor Mask Mandates Amid Omicron Concerns

 

California and New York will once again require residents to wear masks indoors, reinstating mandates as officials chart a worrying increase in omicron variant infections and Americans gear up for a busy holiday travel season.

In California, where more than 4,500 new cases are being reported every day, the statewide mandate will take effect Wednesday and last at least until Jan. 15. And in New York, with more than 10,500 new cases per day, the mandate took effect Monday and applies to all public spaces that have not implemented a vaccine requirement.

Officials in both states said the new measures were meant to stem the spread of the coronavirus — especially omicron — amid fears of another deadly winter wave. They also acknowledged that the moves underscore an exhausting truth about the pandemic: It is far from over.

“We know people are tired and hungry for normalcy,” Mark Ghaly, secretary of California’s health and human services agency, said at a Monday briefing. “Frankly, I am too.” Read More 

 

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12/13/21: Press Briefing By Press Secretary Jen Psaki

 

 

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Trump Yelled 'What The Hell Was That' After The White House's Middle East Rollout Went Off The Rails, Book Author Says

 

After the White House's January 2020 unveiling of the White House's Middle East peace plan went off the rails, President Donald Trump yelled at his aides, "What the hell was that?" the author of a forthcoming book on US-Israel relations told The Forward.

The Axios journalist Barak Ravid's book "Trump's Peace: The Abraham Accords and the Reshaping of the Middle East" describes the US-Israel relationship during the Trump years. Trump heavily emphasized cultivating a close relationship with Israel and then-Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and put Jared Kushner, his son-in-law who already had a relationship with Netanyahu, in charge of the White House's Middle East relations.

Trump's relationship with Netanyahu had soured in the lead-up to the rollout, Ravid told The Forward, with Trump feeling like some of his pro-Israel moves, including recognizing Israel's annexation of the Golan Heights from Syria and moving the US Embassy to Jerusalem, hadn't been sufficiently appreciated and reciprocated by Netanyahu.      Read More 

 

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Amazon Criticised Over Safety At Tornado-Hit Warehouse

 

Amazon is facing questions over health and safety policies at a warehouse in the US state of Illinois after six workers died when the building was destroyed by a tornado.

"This never would have happened if they cared about lives over productivity," the sister of one of the victims commented on social media.

The company says its team had "worked quickly" in response to the tornado.

The roof collapsed as the storm hit the warehouse on Friday.

Kelly Nantel, an Amazon spokesperson said in a statement the company is "deeply saddened" by the deaths.

One of those who died, Clayton Cope, 29, spoke to his family on the phone shortly before the building in the town of Edwardsville, Illinois was struck. Read More 

 

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The Most Realistic Humanoid Robot Yet (Ameca)

 

 

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Serco Announces New $33 Million U.S. Space Force Surveillance Systems Contract

 

Serco Inc., a provider of professional, technology, engineering, and management services, has been awarded the new Space Fence Operations and Maintenance contract by the United States Space Force Space Operations Command (SpOC). As the prime contractor, Serco will provide 24x7 services to manage, operate, maintain, and provide logistical and general support for the Space Fence system. The Space Fence is a second-generation ground-based S-Band radar space surveillance system, strengthening U.S. space superiority through improved Space Domain Awareness (SDA). The contract has a 5-month base period plus five one-year option periods and is valued at $33 million, if all options are exercised.   

Serco will perform SDA operations, logistics and organizational level maintenance for the Space Fence radar and supporting systems, as well as cybersecurity, training and knowledge management. Work performed by the Company will include operating and maintaining the SF S-band radar, which will dramatically increase the number of orbital objects which can be tracked and catalogued.

“From Serco’s RAF Fylingdales work in the U.K starting in 1963 through our GEODSS win here in the U.S. last year, Serco brings an impressive depth and breadth of experience and knowledge to space operations,” said Serco CEO, Dave Dacquino. “I’m proud to see highly capable Serco innovators supporting the planning, execution, and operations in this way for improving Space Domain Awareness.”

Work will be performed in Huntsville, Alabama and Kwajalein Atoll, Marshall Islands with program management from Serco’s Colorado Springs facility. New automated operations built into the Space Fence mission systems enable operators to carry out more intelligence-driven operations. The Space Fence is the first U.S. Department of Defense (DoD) SDA mission to operate from a net-centric location rather than co-located with the sensor site. Read More 

 

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Vice President Harris Convenes With CEOs To Discuss Private Sector Investment In Central America

 

 

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LA PALMA VOLCANO ROARS BACK TO LIFE, RUSSIA THREATENS TO PUT NUKES N EUROPE, IRAN WAR

WE HAVE BREAKING NEWS ON THREE FRONTS TONIGHT AS THE LA PALMA VOLCANO HAS SUDDENLY ROARED BACK TO LIFE WITH MASSIVE EXPLOSIONS GOING ON. 30,000 RESIDENTS ORDERED TO STAY INDOORS AND TAPE UP THEIR WINDOWS. RUSSIA THREATENS TO PUT NUKES BACK IN EARSTERN EUROPE IF NATO FAILS TO GIVE THEM A WRITTEN GUARANTE THAT THEY WILL NOT EXPAND ANYMORE ON THEIR TERRITORY AND ISRAEL AND THE US SENDS 7 SPY PLANES OFF THE COAST OF SYRIA THIS MORNING AS SYRIA TROOP MOVEMENTS ARE UNDERWAY. STAY TUNED FOR ALL THIS NEWS AND MORE