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California Today: California Today: ‘Hamilton’ Sweeps Through the State

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Wednesday: A hit musical arrives in Los Angeles, a white supremacist’s San Jose upbringing, and traces of Russia’s legacy in California.

The Sukhoi Su-57 And The Race To The Fifth Generation [Opinion]

This past week the Russian Air Force unveiled the official designation for its newest fighter jet, Russia Today reports. The Sukhoi Su-57, previously known under the project acronym PAK FA (from the Russian for Perspective Airborne Complex...Show More Summary

Media treats obvious Trump sarcasm “literally”

(Paul Mirengoff) Today’s phony Trump controversy pertains to the president’s reaction to Russia’s expulsion of U.S. diplomatic personnel in response to congressional sanctions (which Trump did not favor). Trump stated: I want to thank...Show More Summary

In St. Petersburg, a stalwart of the 1917 revolution lives on: The communal apartment

When the Bolshevik Revolution took hold in Russia, millions of people were given housing in shared apartments. Today, thousands of these communal apartments remain as reminders of the city's past.

Roger Waters criticizes Radiohead's Israel show again in new interview

Adding to the seemingly never-ending drama, Roger Waters, in a new interview with Russia Today, has accused Radiohead of supporting Israel's government by playing that show in Tel Aviv a few weeks back... Continue reading…

Trump says he’s ‘very thankful’ to Putin for expelling U.S. diplomats from Russia

President Donald Trump broke yet another norm today. He thanked Russian President Vladimir Putin for expelling more than 700 U.S. diplomats from Russia. All day long, on twitter, and cable news, analysts — some expert and many not — were asking if Trump is a)now providing definitive proof that he is a Putin’s puppet b)an [...]Show More Summary

Oops, Snapchat Accidentally Ended Up On A Russian Government Snitch Registry

As Russia transitions into an internet dystopia, it appears that Snapchat has been dragged right in. Today, Snapchat's parent company Snap was registered as an "information distribution organiser". And by 1 July 2018, an amended lawShow More Summary

Larry King Talks About the 'Sharing' of Socialism With 'Almost Jesus-Like' Russell Brand

It was not a Mensa meeting when Larry King interviewed British comedian Russell Brand in London about socialism and fascism, among other topics, on his Russia Today show Larry King Now on August 7. Brand cast Trump as a grotesque figure – talk about the pot calling the kettle black – but said he at least seemed authentic. Show More Summary

Yandex and Sberbank announce $500 million joint venture to create ‘leading ecommerce ecosystem’ in Russia

Yandex, the NASDAQ-listed Russian search giant, and Sberbank, Russia’s state-owned national savings bank, announced today their plans to join forces and create “a leading e-commerce ecosystem” based on the Yandex.Market ecommerce marketplace. Show More Summary

President Trump has sent private messages to Russia special counsel Robert Mueller

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"He appreciates what Bob Mueller is doing,'' Trump's chief counsel, John Dowd told USA TODAY. "He asked me to share that with him.''        

Trump's lawyer is reportedly buttering up special counsel Robert Mueller at Trump's request

One of President Donald Trump's lawyers in the Russia investigation has been sending messages of "appreciation" to FBI special counsel Robert Mueller's office on Trump's behalf, according to USA Today. Trump's chief counsel John Dowd...Show More Summary

Trump Lawyer: Trump Has Sent Private Messages Of Appreciation To Special Counsel Robert Mueller

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USA Today reports: President Trump has publicly called the widening federal investigation into Russia’s election meddling a “witch hunt.” But through his lawyer, Trump has sent private messages of “appreciation” to special counsel Robert Mueller. Show More Summary

Trump privately sent Mueller messages of ‘appreciation and greetings’ for work on Russia probe: report

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Donald Trump has exchanged private messages of “appreciation and greeting” to special counsel Robert Mueller through his lawyer, USA Today reports. The president has consistently railed against the ongoing investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 election and possible collusion with his...

Rosenstein's Mistake

On Fox News Sunday today, Rod Rosenstein said that Robert Mueller has to come back to him for authorization if he wants to expand the investigation beyond Russia. But Mueller’s original mandate was so broad and vague there is surely an awful lot that can fit under it. Show More Summary

Special counsel Robert Mueller is using multiple grand juries in Russia-Trump investigation

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Special counsel Robert Mueller is using at least two grand juries, one in VA and one in D.C., to investigate possible coordination between the presidential campaign of Donald Trump and Russia, USA Today reports, citing a lawyer involved in the case. (more…)

Trump Signs Bill Imposing Sanctions On Russia

In a move that appears to contradict allegations of collusion between Donald Trump’s campaign and Moscow, the president today signed the bill unanimously passed by Congress that will impose additional sanctions on Russia, as well as on Iran and North … More » The post Trump Signs Bill Imposing Sanctions On Russia appeared first on EveryJoe.

The Bob Cesca Show: Bigotsplaining

http://bobcesca.com/podcast/080317/BCS_080317.mp3?_=1 Today's program from our podcasting affiliate, The Bob Cesca Show: Bigotsplaining: Jacki Schechner from InvestigateRussia.org is here; Grand Jury formed to investigate Russia story;...Show More Summary

Today's Impeach-O-Meter: Things Are Happening, You Guys

A few things happened on Thursday. 1. The Wall Street Journal reported that special counsel Robert Mueller has convened a grand jury to help conduct his investigation of the Trump campaign's ties to Russia. (There's also a differentShow More Summary

Ex-Sputnik reporter describes his time at Russia's 'most dangerous' news outlet

A former reporter for a Russia state-owned news outlet, Sputnik, left the publication earlier this year. The reporter says Sputnik is even more "dangerous" than Russia Today. He says the final straw came when the publication tried to...Show More Summary

'They print pretty much whatever they want': Ex-Sputnik reporter describes his time at Russia's 'most dangerous' news outlet

A former reporter for a Russia state-owned news outlet, Sputnik, left the publication earlier this year. The reporter says Sputnik is even more "dangerous" than Russia Today. He says the final straw came when the publication tried to...Show More Summary

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