Live Coverage Of Today’s Tornado Disaster In Oklahoma Tornadoes strike Oklahoma: Full coverage — Yahoo News Oklahoma Tornado Event: Live Updating — Reuters ABC News: Live Stream — ABC News Live Video Coverage from KFOR-TV in Oklahoma City — The Lede/New York Times Violent tornado rips through towns near Oklahoma City (Watch Live) — Mercury News Live weather updates: Severe weather moving through northeast Oklahoma — Tulsa World Moore Tornado 2013: Photos Show Oklahoma Twister Devastation (PICTURES, LIVE UPDATES) — Huffington Post My Comment : Just saw the video of what the tornado did today in Oklahoma. Our prayers are with all the families who are suffering right now.
FSB operation taking place in a small town of Orekhovo-Zuevo in Moscow region as Russia’s special services managed to foil a terror attack planned in the capital. (image from http://oz-on.ru) FSB Prevents Terror Act In Moscow By Militants Trained In Afghanistan, Pakistan — RT Russia’s FSB has foiled a terror attack in Moscow as they managed to kill two and detain one of the militants planning it, the National Anti-Terrorism Committee said. “Our forceful actions prevented an attempted act of terror in the capital,” the National Anti-Terror Committee said in a statement. “According to some information, the militants were under surveillance during the past month,” a source from one of the intelligence agencies told RIA Novosti. The three men are “Russian citizens, arrived from Afghani-Pakistani region, where they have been trained,” the committee said. All three are said to practice Islam. Read more …. More News On Russia Saying It Foiled A Major Terrorist Attack In Moscow Police Kill 2 Militant Suspects in Shootout Near Moscow — RIA Novosti Russian Security Service Says It Foiled a Terrorist Attack in Moscow — Atlantic Wire Moscow Terror Plot Foiled After 2 Militants Killed, Russia Says — Bloomberg ‘Terrorist attack’ in Moscow prevented — BBC Moscow ‘Terror Attack Foiled After Shootout’ — SKY News Russian counter terrorism agents foil alleged terrorist attack — Digital Journal Russian cops ambush Taliban-trained terrorists in Moscow — Examiner
The headquarters of Unit 61398, center, in Shanghai. The unit of the People’s Liberation Army is believed to have resumed its attacks on American companies and government agencies. Carlos Barria/Reuters Hackers From China Resume Attacks on U.S. Targets — New York Times WASHINGTON — Three months after hackers working for a cyberunit of China’s People’s Liberation Army went silent amid evidence that they had stolen data from scores of American companies and government agencies, they appear to have resumed their attacks using different techniques, according to computer industry security experts and American officials. The Obama administration had bet that “naming and shaming” the groups, first in industry reports and then in the Pentagon’s own detailed survey of Chinese military capabilities, might prompt China’s new leadership to crack down on the military’s highly organized team of hackers — or at least urge them to become more subtle. But Unit 61398, whose well-guarded 12-story white headquarters on the edges of Shanghai became the symbol of Chinese cyberpower, is back in business, according to American officials and security companies. Read more …. More News On China Resuming It’s Cyberwar Against The U.S. US claims Chinese military is on new cyber offensive against America — RT Chinese Cyber Hackers Are Back in Business — US News and World Report Experts, officials: China has resumed hacking U.S. companies, agencies — UPI Chinese hackers pick up where they left off with more US attacks — Wired China’s ‘state-sponsored hackers renew attacks on US’ — BBC China Resumes Cyber Attacks on US, Firm Says — Voice of America China’s PLA Hackers Pick Up Where They Left Off — Red Orbit Chinese army hackers return from vacation, renew attacks on US — Ars Technica Chinese hackers resume attacks on U.S. targets — PC World After Hiatus, Chinese Hackers Take Aim at U.S. Targets — Mashable
A Chinese national flag waves in front of the former headquarters of Google China in Beijing June 2, 2011. Suspected Chinese hackers tried to steal the passwords of hundreds of Google email account holders, including those of senior U.S. government officials, Chinese activists and journalists, the Internet company said. REUTERS/Jason Lee Chinese Hackers Who Breached Google Gained Access To Sensitive Data, U.S. Officials Say — Washington Post Chinese hackers who breached Google’s servers several years ago gained access to a sensitive database with years’ worth of information about U.S. surveillance targets, according to current and former government officials. The breach appears to have been aimed at unearthing the identities of Chinese intelligence operatives in the United States who may have been under surveillance by American law enforcement agencies. It’s unclear how much the hackers were able to discover. But former U.S. officials familiar with the breach said the Chinese stood to gain valuable intelligence. The database included information about court orders authorizing surveillance — orders that could have signaled active espionage investigations into Chinese agents who maintained e-mail accounts through Google’s Gmail service. Read more …. More News On Chinese Hackers Gaining Access To Goggle’s Database With Massive Files On U.S. Intelligence Targets Hackers Who Breached Google in 2010 Accessed Company’s Surveillance Database — Threat Level Chinese hackers gained access to ‘thousands’ of surveillance orders, says Washington Post — The Verge Chinese Hackers Found U.S. Government Data on Google Servers — Mashable My Comment : More evidence on high close Google and the U.S. intelligence community work together.
Report: Justice Department Targeted TWO Fox News Channel Reporters And A Producer For Talking With Government Sources — Daily Mail * Inspector General report found agents read emails, tracked phone records * Reporters James Rosen and William La Jeunesse, producer Mike Levine were the subject of subpoenas but never notified by the government * Fox News says U.S. journalism ‘up until now has always been a free press’ * An FBI agent swore out an affidavit claiming that Rosen had broken the law, ‘at the very least, either as an aider, abetter and/or co-conspirator’ * New allegations add fuel to the fire started with a DOJ investigation into the Associated Press The Fox News Channel is outraged over new revelations that three of its reporting staffers were targeted by the U.S. Department of Justice in criminal investigations related to their attempts to obtain information from government sources. James Rosen, the network’s chief Washington correspondent, has become a First Amendment cause celebre over his treatment by the Obama administration. But the DOJ, Fox says, also investigated the Emmy Award-winning investigative reporter William La Jeunesse and Fox News producer Mike Levine. Rosen, according to affidavits filed by FBI agents, was considered a possible criminal co-conspirator. Read more …. More News On The White House Targeting FOX News Justice Department affidavit labels Fox News journalist as possible ‘co-conspirator’ — FOX News Justice Department’s scrutiny of Fox News reporter James Rosen in leak case draws fire — Washington Post Obama administration targets Fox News reporter in ‘chilling’ echo of AP probe — Christian Science Monitor An Inside Look at How DOJ Goes After Reporters, Not Just Leakers — Kevin Drum, Mother Jones Beyond Rosen and the AP: Who Else Has the DoJ Put Under Surveillance? — Garance Franke-Ruta, The Atlantic My Comment : Last week it was the AP. Today …. it is FOX News. Tomorrow …. stay tune.