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    Ten Things You Need to Know Today: Wednesday 26 Jul 2017
    Jul26

    Ten Things You Need to Know Today: Wednesday 26 Jul 2017

    Diesel and petrol cars to be banned by 2040 The sale of all new diesel and petrol cars and vans is to be banned in the UK from 2040 as part of the government’s new clean air plan. There will also be a £225m fund to help councils tackle diesel emissions. The plans include spending a total of £3bn on fighting pollution. They come...

    Russian comedians dupe US politician into fake interview
    Jul26

    Russian comedians dupe US politician into fake interview

    US Energy Secretary Rick Perry was interviewed by pranksters Vladimir Krasnov and Alexei Stolyarov who are sometimes called the “Jerky Boys of Russia.” Photo: Reuters US Energy Secretary Rick Perry optimistically discussed expanding American coal exports to Ukraine and other energy matters during a lengthy phone call this month with a...

    U.S. Energy Secretary Spoofed By Russian Pranksters
    Jul26

    U.S. Energy Secretary Spoofed By Russian Pranksters

    U.S. Energy Secretary Rick Perry discussed climate change, expanding American coal exports to Ukraine, and natural gas during a recent phone conversation with a Russian prankster who Perry thought was Ukraine’s prime minister. …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

    US energy secretary Rick Perry duped by Russian pranksters to talk about pig manure
    Jul26

    US energy secretary Rick Perry duped by Russian pranksters to talk about pig manure

    ‘These individuals are known for pranking high-level officials,’ spokeswoman says, after duo tricked Perry into thinking he was talking to Ukrainian PMThe US energy secretary Rick Perry has become the latest victim of a pair of Russian phone pranksters who have previously fooled Elton John into thinking he was chatting to Vladimir Putin.On...

    Marx and Mohammed in Manchester
    Jul26

    Marx and Mohammed in Manchester

    Daniel Greenfield, a Shillman Journalism Fellow at the Freedom Center, is an investigative journalist and writer focusing on the radical left and Islamic terrorism. There’s good news for Manchester. The city with the highest death rate and some of the worst drug and alcohol problems in England is getting a statue of Friedrich Engels. A...

    Politics: Senate Judiciary Committee drops subpoena for Paul Manafort to testify in open session
    Jul26

    Politics: Senate Judiciary Committee drops subpoena for Paul Manafort to testify in open session

    The Senate Judiciary Committee issued a subpoena to President Donald Trump's former campaign chairman, Paul Manafort, on Tuesday. The Senate Judiciary Committee issued a subpoena to President Donald Trump’s former campaign chairman, Paul Manafort, on Tuesday to compel him to testify before the committee in an open session Wednesday....

    House overwhelmingly votes to punish Russia for election meddling, and limit Trump
    Jul26

    House overwhelmingly votes to punish Russia for election meddling, and limit Trump

    In an overwhelmingly bipartisan vote, the U.S. House of Representatives passed a bill intended to enforce more strict sanctions on Russia, Iran and North Korea, and limit President Trump’s ability to ease those sanctions. JUST IN: U.S. House passes bill to impose sanctions on Russia, Iran, and North Korea by a vote of 419 to 3....

    House passes Russia sanctions bill, setting up veto dilemma for Trump
    Jul26

    House passes Russia sanctions bill, setting up veto dilemma for Trump

    By Mike Debonis and Karoun Demirjian | Washington Post WASHINGTON — The House on Tuesday voted overwhelmingly to advance new financial sanctions against key U.S. adversaries and deliver a foreign-policy brushback to President Donald Trump by limiting his ability to waive many of them. Related Articles Cooperation with Russia becomes central to...

    House hits Russia with new sanctions, curbs Trump’s authority to ease penalties
    Jul26

    House hits Russia with new sanctions, curbs Trump’s authority to ease penalties

    The Republican-led House has decisively approved legislation that hits Russia with additional financial sanctions. The new penalties are aimed at rebuking Moscow for interfering in the 2016 presidential election and its military aggression in Ukraine and Syria. Lawmakers voted 419-3 to pass the bill, which prevents President Donald Trump from...

    State Actors Are Likely Behind Recent Ransomware Attacks
    Jul26

    State Actors Are Likely Behind Recent Ransomware Attacks

    Ransomware is a type of malware that locks computers until a ransom is paid. This form of cyberattack has become the weapon of choice for cybercriminals, and presumably nation-states. Whereas cybercriminals use ransomware to extract money, nation-states may be using ransomware as a means to test the United States’ cyber resiliency. In late...