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    Scarborough: Trump Poops His Pants, Calls It ‘Modern Art’
    Jun01

    Scarborough: Trump Poops His Pants, Calls It ‘Modern Art’

    Thursday on MSNBC’s “Morning Joe,” co-host Joe Scarborough said President Donald Trump’s covfefe tweet was “like somebody pooping their pants” and then saying, “I’m going to sit down in my pants, and it will then be modern art.” Scarborough also went after White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer comments about the tweet saying,...

    Donald Trump’s highly abnormal presidency: a running guide for June
    Jun01

    Donald Trump’s highly abnormal presidency: a running guide for June

    Sign up for a weekly newsletter about President Donald Trump to be delivered to your inbox every Friday. Donald Trump made it clear at the beginning of his campaign that he wasn’t going to follow the normal rules or tone of politics. We’re keeping track of all the ways his presidency veers from the norm in terms of policy and...

    Robert Reich: 5 Ways Trump Could Be Doing Putin’s Bidding
    Jun01

    Robert Reich: 5 Ways Trump Could Be Doing Putin’s Bidding

    If they struck a backroom deal, here’s what the president might have agreed to. Say you’re Vladimir Putin, and you did a deal with Trump last year. I’m not suggesting there was any such deal, mind you. But if you are Putin and you did do a deal, what did Trump agree to do?1. Repudiate NATO. NATO is the biggest thorn in your side...

    NATO, Partners Hold Land, Sea Exercises in Eastern Europe
    Jun01

    NATO, Partners Hold Land, Sea Exercises in Eastern Europe

    Thousands of troops from NATO and its partner nations are training on land and sea in central and eastern Europe Thursday, in two major exercises that aim to demonstrate their cooperation and rapid response capabilities at a time when the region feels threatened by Russia. Around 4,000 U.S. and European troops from 14 nations took part in the...

    Putin Says ‘Patriotic Hackers’ May Have Targeted U.S. Election
    Jun01

    Putin Says ‘Patriotic Hackers’ May Have Targeted U.S. Election

    Russian President Vladimir Putin said Thursday his country has “never engaged in” hacking another nation’s elections, but left open the possibility that hackers with “patriotic leanings … may try to add their contribution to the fight against those who speak badly about Russia.” “Hackers are free people, just like artists who wake up in the...

    French Open: Stanislas Wawrinka powers past Alexandr Dolgopolov into third round
    Jun01

    French Open: Stanislas Wawrinka powers past Alexandr Dolgopolov into third round

    World number three Stanislas Wawrinka came out on top in his slugfest with Ukraine’s Alexandr Dolgopolov, winning 6-4 7-6(5) 7-5 on Thursday and move into the French Open third round. The 2015 French Open champion, who has yet to drop a set here, may have won in straight sets but it was tougher than it looked with Dolgopolov, a former...

    Air War for Europe: What If Russia’s Deadly Su-35 Battled the Eurofighter Typhoon?
    Jun01

    Air War for Europe: What If Russia’s Deadly Su-35 Battled the Eurofighter Typhoon?

    Dave Majumdar Security, The war for Europe has begun. Technology wise, neither the Su-35 Flanker nor the Typhoon is currently equipped with an active electronically scanned array radar, but both have good beyond visual range capability. Both jets are designed for high speed, high altitude beyond visual range engagements, and as such, can impart...

    Putin: ‘Patriotic’ hackers fight those who speak badly of Russia
    Jun01

    Putin: ‘Patriotic’ hackers fight those who speak badly of Russia

    By IAN PHILLIPS and VLADIMIR ISACHENKOV ST.PETERSBURG, Russia (AP) — President Vladimir Putin insisted Thursday that the Russian state has never engaged in hacking and said Moscow will wait out the current political storm in the U.S. to forge constructive relations with President Donald Trump, whom he praised as a straightforward person with a...

    Why Is Donald Trump Reopening Russian Compounds Obama Closed as Punishment for Hacking?
    Jun01

    Why Is Donald Trump Reopening Russian Compounds Obama Closed as Punishment for Hacking?

    An intelligence official calls the decision a “really bad idea.” President Donald Trump is seriously considering returning U.S.-based compounds that were taken away from Russians by President Barack Obama as punishment for Russia’s alleged interference in the 2016 presidential election.The Trump administration was initially...

    Amid Conflict With Russia, Ukraine Moves Closer to EU
    Jun01

    Amid Conflict With Russia, Ukraine Moves Closer to EU

    Don’t look now, but Vladimir Putin’s war in Ukraine isn’t going how he expected. While the Ukrainian army and its allied militias continue to skirmish with the Russian-backed separatists (and sometimes the Russian army itself) in the Donetsk and Luhansk regions—almost 100 Ukrainian soldiers have been killed so far this year...