Family members and friends have begun identifying many of the 16 American service members who died on Monday when their plane crashed in rural Mississippi.
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- North Korea’s threats add urgency to annual protest in Livermore
By Lizzie Johnson - Wednesday Aug 9, 2017
Every year, they come with hand-drawn signs and printed posters, with their children and their pets.[...] this year, they mostly talked about North Korea and its escalating tensions with the White House over its nuclear missile capabilities.On Wednesday, 200 protesters gathered outside the gates of the Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory to commemorate the 72nd anniversary of the bomb that decimated Nagasaki, just three days after another atomic blast did the same to Hiroshima.The gathering was heavy with emotion: indignation, outrage and fear over a potential nuclear build-up.On Tuesday, Trump said he would unleash “fire and fury” on North Korea, the likes of which “the world has never seen,” if Pyongyang continued to issue threats against the U.S. The president supplemented his public comments with tweets on Wednesday boasting that the U.S. nuclear arsenal “is now far stronger and more powerful than ever before” and that his first order as president was to “renovate and modernize” the weaponry.“We are here to stand with the survivors of that nuclear attack, but we are also here to stop the next nuclear war before it starts,” said Marylia Kelley, executive director of Tri-Valley CAREs, a small advocacy organization formed in 1983 by neighbors living near the Livermore laboratory, one of the nation’s hubs for nuclear weapons research.“We understand if we are ever going to rid the world of the threat of nuclear war, we need to have the total abolition of weapons,” Kelley said.Livermore Police officials said 47 protesters were arrested at the event on suspicion of civil disobedience.The event’s speakers, including Pentagon Papers whistle-blower Daniel Ellsberg, stood on a small stage set up in the back of a pickup truck, struggling to be heard over the roar of traffic from a nearby intersection.People in the crowd clasped hands and hollered at every mention of Trump’s tweets in the speeches — an ubiquitous theme.“What does it mean not to do no harm?” said Janice Kirsch, a doctor and coordinator of the 350 Bay Area Speakers’ Bureau.“Trump’s statements are pushing us closer to the brink of a nuclear war,” he said, standing on the street outside the laboratory.
- Renovations underway at the White House
By Associated Press - Saturday Aug 12, 2017
WASHINGTON — The White House is undergoing a major face-lift while President Donald Trump is out of town. The Oval Office and other working quarters of the West Wing have been cleared of furniture while crews work on upgrades, including to the heating and air conditioning system. Spokeswoman Lindsay Walters said the system is 27...
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By JULIE HIRSCHFELD DAVIS - Friday Aug 4, 2017
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