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North Korea Is Expanding Missile Base With Eye Toward U.S., Experts WarnNorth Korea is expanding an important missile base that would be one of the most likely sites for deploying intercontinental ballistic missiles capable of reaching the United States, two experts on the North’s missile programs said Thursday, citing new research based on satellite imagery.

The activities at the Yeongjeo-dong missile base near North Korea’s border with China and the expansion of a new suspected missile facility seven miles away are the latest indications that North Korea is continuing to improve its missile capabilities, said Jeffrey Lewis and David Schmerler of the Middlebury Institute of International Studies at Monterey in California. And they come despite President Trump’s repeated claims of progress in efforts to denuclearize the North.

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Six missing after two US military planes crash off Japan

Rescue operations were underway Thursday for six US marines missing after two American military aircraft crashed during a refuelling operation off the coast of Japan, the Japanese defence minister said.

One serviceman has already been rescued and is thought to be in a stable condition, Takeshi Iwaya told reporters.

“US military and the Japanese Self-Defense planes and vessels are searching for those still missing… I hope all the members will be rescued safely as soon as possible,” Iwaya added.

The marines were conducting “regularly scheduled training” when the crash occurred around 2am local time, the 3rd Marine Expeditionary Force said in a statement. The F/A-18 fighter jet with two crew onboard and a KC-130 refuelling tanker with five crew — crashed into the sea around 100 kilometres (60 miles) off the cape of Muroto in south-western Japan, Iwaya said. [AFP]

Macron scraps French fuel tax hike amid violent protestsFrench President Emmanuel Macron scrapped a fuel tax rise Wednesday amid fears of new violence, after weeks of nationwide protests and the worst rioting in Paris in decades.

Protesters celebrated the victory, but some said Macron’s surrender came too late and is no longer enough to quell the mounting anger at the president, whom they consider out of touch with the problems of ordinary people.

Macron decided Wednesday to “get rid” of the tax planned for next year, an official in the president’s office told The Associated Press. Prime Minister Edouard Philippe told lawmakers the tax is no longer included in the 2019 budget.

The decision has ramifications beyond France, since the fuel tax rise was part of Macron’s efforts to wean France off fossil fuels in order to reduce greenhouse gases and help slow climate change. Its withdrawal is both a blow to broader efforts to fight climate change and a warning to other world leaders trying to do the same thing. [AP]


Lebanon says Israel offered no proof of border tunnels

Lebanon’s Parliament speaker said Wednesday that Israel has presented no evidence to prove its claims that a network of attack tunnels has been built by Hezbollah across the countries’ shared borders, as Israel’s prime minister pressed for international condemnation of the militant group.

The U.N. peacekeeping mission meanwhile said Wednesday it will send a team to Israel to “ascertain facts,” calling for full access to all locations along the border.

The Israeli military Tuesday launched an open-ended operation to destroy what it said was a network of tunnels built by Hezbollah aimed at infiltrating northern Israel.

Israeli forces did not enter Lebanese territory. They were seen operating in what looked like a construction site, with trucks bringing in equipment and drills and bulldozers digging in the open territory and farmlands inside northern Israel. Hezbollah had no immediate comment on the claims or the Israeli activities across the border. [WASHPOST]

U.S. confirms its Iran envoy met Saudi energy minister in ViennaThe U.S. government confirmed that Saudi Energy Minister Khalid al-Falih met with U.S. special representative for Iran Brian Hook in Vienna on Wednesday, contradicting a Saudi denial that the talks had taken place.

Sources familiar with the meeting said earlier that Hook, a senior policy adviser to U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, had spoken with Falih a day before the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries was due to debate oil output cuts.

The United States reimposed sanctions on OPEC member Iran last month. The measure has severely reduced Iranian oil flows. Washington has said it wants ultimately to drive Iranian shipments to zero.

A Saudi Energy Ministry spokesman said of the talks between Falih and Hook: “We categorically deny such a meeting took place.” However, a U.S. State Department spokeswoman later confirmed the meeting occurred. [REUTERS]

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Nation bids goodbye to Bush with high praise, cannons, humor

The nation bid goodbye to George H.W. Bush with high praise, cannon salutes and gentle humor Wednesday, celebrating the life of the Texan who embraced a lifetime of service in Washington and was the last president to fight for the U.S. in wartime. Three former presidents looked on at Washington National Cathedral as a fourth — George W. Bush — eulogized his dad as “the brightest of a thousand points of light.”

After three days of remembrance in the capital city, the Air Force plane with Bush’s casket left for a final service in Houston and burial Thursday at his family plot on the presidential library grounds at Texas A&M University in College Station. His final resting place is alongside Barbara Bush, his wife of 73 years, and Robin Bush, the daughter who died of leukemia at age 3.

His plane, which often serves as Air Force One, arrived at Ellington Field outside Houston in late afternoon. As a motorcade subsequently carried Bush’s remains to the family church, St. Martin’s Episcopal, along a closed interstate, hundreds of people in stopped cars on the other side of the road, took pictures and shot cell phone video. One driver of a tanker truck climbed atop the hulking vehicle for a better view, and at least 15 firefighters scaled a pair of stopped firetrucks to salute.

The national funeral service at the cathedral was a tribute to a president, a patriarch and a faded political era that prized military service and public responsibility. It was laced with indirect comparisons to President Donald Trump but was not consumed by them, as speakers focused on Bush’s public life and character — with plenty of cracks about his goofy side, too.

Trump sat with his wife, a trio of ex-presidents and their wives, several of the group sharp critics of his presidency and one of them, Hillary Clinton, his 2016 Democratic foe. Apart from courteous nods and some handshakes, there was little interaction between Trump and the others. [AP

Driver who killed woman at Virginia rally may have felt threatened: witnessLawyers for the white nationalist on trial for murder after plowing his car into a crowd protesting a right-wing rally in Virginia began their case on Wednesday with testimony to back up his defense that he felt endangered by the counterprotesters.

James Fields, 21, does not dispute being at the wheel of the car that killed a woman and injured others protesting the “Unite the Right” rally in Charlottesville on Aug. 12, 2017. But he has said he acted in self-defense, and his lawyers called on the testimony of other men who said they felt intimidated.

Edmund Davidson, a knife maker from Goshen, Virginia, testified that when he attended the rally, counterprotesters were shouting “Punch them in the face” and carrying signs that read “This machine kills fascists.”

Another defense witness, Hayden Calhoun, said he met Fields for the first time the night before the car incident, as men marched with torches and chanted anti-Semitic slogans in a park. He said he also feared being attacked by counterprotesters. [REUTERS]

1 In Critical Condition After Animal Repellent Sickens More Than 50 Employees In New Jersey Amazon WarehouseMore than 50 employees at a New Jersey Amazon Warehouse complained fell ill Wednesday morning. The Robbinsville Fire Department was called to the warehouse on New Canton Way in Robbinsville, just before 9 a.m.

An automated machine punctured a can of bear repellent. It spread fumes throughout the third floor of the south wing leading to an evacuation, according to officials.

“We went to the break room. We thought a line was down but they told us an hour later that a canister broke,” said David Austin an Amazon employee.

The exposure to the fumes led to employees reporting difficulty breathing and burning in their eyes and throats.

Paramedics evaluated 30 workers at the scene. Twenty four employees have been taken to the hospital. One person is in critical condition but is expected to be okay. All those affected are expected to be released from the hospital within 24 hours according to Amazon officials. [CBSPH]

Wisconsin GOP Lawmakers Pass Bills to Restrict New Democratic Governor

Wisconsin’s Republican-led legislature on Wednesday passed bills that would strip some powers of the incoming Democratic governor and curb early voting.

Tony Evers, the state schools superintendent who narrowly defeated Republican Gov. Scott Walker as he pursued a third term, promised to fight back, possibly with lawsuits. The bills now await Mr. Walker’s signature, who has expressed support.

The bills will reduce the governor’s influence over the Wisconsin Economic Development Corp., the state body responsible for creating jobs that was instrumental in the multibillion-dollar incentive package that helped lure a big Apple Inc. supplier, Foxconn, to the state. The bills will also hinder the governor’s power in administering state benefit packages and implementing state laws.

The legislature, which will remain in Republican control, called the special session to consider bills that would greatly restrict Mr. Evers’ powers. The final package included a bill tightening early-voting deadlines, part of a push by Republicans in the state to reduce voter turnout, said Scott McDonell, the legislative chairman of the Wisconsin County Clerks Association, a bipartisan group. [WSJ]

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New York’s Vanishing Mayor

When the New York City commissioner who oversaw a much-criticized response to a recent snowstorm was told to resign late last week, he refused to go, insisting that he speak directly to Mayor Bill de Blasio.

That, it turned out, was no easy ask: In two and a half years, the commissioner, Joseph Esposito, had not sat down for a one-on-one meeting with Mr. de Blasio, according to the mayor’s public schedules. On Monday, the two finally met at Gracie Mansion to discuss Mr. Esposito’s fate.

The dispute over Mr. Esposito’s status is another recent example of how Mr. de Blasio has maintained a diminished presence at City Hall, allowing his attention to stray more and more. The mayor’s arm’s-length relationship with agency chiefs is in keeping with a broader pattern: He has been making fewer and fewer appearances at the office.

In 2014, Mr. de Blasio spent an average of 19 days a month at City Hall, a busy first year in office that included the creation of universal prekindergarten, the mayor’s signature accomplishment. But each year, the mayor has shown up less and less. In 2015, he averaged 17 days a month at City Hall; in 2016 it fell to 14; last year, it dropped to nine. This year, through September, Mr. de Blasio averaged 10 days, according to his official schedules. [NYT]

First fatal police shooting captured on NYPD body-worn camera results in lawsuitThe first fatal police shooting captured on NYPD body cameras and released to the public in an effort to show cops’ “discretion and restraint” has resulted in a lawsuit.

The estate of Miguel Antonio Richards charges that Officers Mark Fleming and Redmond Murphy used excessive force when they fired 16 times, striking him seven times, on Sept. 6, 2017. Richards had come at the cops with a toy gun and a small knife in his Bronx apartment.

The deadly encounter was captured on the body cameras of four officers at the scene. Police Commissioner James O’Neill released a 16-minute compilation of the footage, telling the rank and file that transparency would help foster trust with the community.

“The level of discretion and restraint exercised by members of the NYPD is nothing short of exceptional. Releasing footage from critical incidents like this will help firmly establish your restraint in the use of force, and will plainly exhibit to the public your reasonable and judicious use of force when that force becomes necessary,” O’Neill said. [NYDN]

World Trade Center PATH Station Set to Close Most Weekends Over Next Two YearsThe World Trade Center PATH station will close for most weekends over the next two years as authorities carry out repair and upgrade work.

The Port Authority of New York and New Jersey, which runs PATH, said the closures are needed to repair damage to equipment and tunnels caused by the corrosive residue left over from floodwaters during superstorm Sandy in 2012.

The station will close 45 weekends out of each year from January 2019 through December 2020, only opening on holiday weekends, Port Authority officials said.

“The important work we’ve scheduled over the next two years not only provides needed repairs to our current system, but will better protect PATH facilities from the impact of future storms and ultimately keep our millions of customers moving,” the agency’s chairman, Kevin O’Toole, said in a statement Wednesday.

During the station closures, the Port Authority will offer free ferry service transfers between the Harborside Ferry Landing in Jersey City and Brookfield Place Ferry Terminal in Manhattan. [WSJ]
New York Times columnist hit by sightseeing bus awarded $85M

A “Vows” columnist for the New York Times who was run over by a double-decker sightseeing bus won a whopping $85 million award from a Manhattan jury late Tuesday.

Devan Sipher, who describes himself as “a single guy writing about weddings,” was walking with the light in the crosswalk on Sixth Avenue at West Fourth Street on July 3, 2015, when a Grey Line tour bus made a left turn and mowed him down.

The bus’s front tire ran over his left leg, then dragged him a few feet before stopping.

The 54-year-old Manhattan resident — a runner who logged 6-minute miles before the accident — had 11 surgeries over three years to repair a fractured shoulder and legs so lacerated by the crash that they resembled Swiss cheese. He suffers from constant pain and will walk with a brace on his left leg for the rest of his life, his lawyer Howard Hershenhorn told The Post. [NYP]

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Trump poised to make NAFTA ultimatum to congressional DemocratsAmid market turmoil over the status of President Donald Trump’s trade deal with the Chinese, many American businesses are focused on a different threat: his promise to unilaterally cancel the North American Free Trade Agreement.

Trump said on his way home from Argentina that he would give Congress a choice between his US-Mexico-Canada Agreement or USMCA, or none at all.

Killing the 1994 trade deal without a successor in place would invite Mexico and Canada — both leading importers of US goods — to put tariffs on items coming from the United States, risking a severe economic shock.

“We have continuously told the administration throughout the USMCA process that it is essential for the new agreement to be implemented seamlessly, so that our businesses can learn the new rules and have time to adjust our supply chains to take advantage of the deal,” said Rick Helfenbein, president of the American Apparel and Footwear Association. “Adding additional pressure on Congress to sign or fail is not in the best interest of America.”

Top White House advisers have been saying for months that they’re confident Democrats will approve the USMCA. [CNN]

Trump on Coming Debt Crisis: ‘I Won’t Be Here’ When It Blows UpSince the 2016 presidential campaign, Donald Trump’s aides and advisers have tried to convince him of the importance of tackling the national debt.

Sources close to the president say he has repeatedly shrugged it off, implying that he doesn’t have to worry about the money owed to America’s creditors—currently about $21 trillion—because he won’t be around to shoulder the blame when it becomes even more untenable.

The friction came to a head in early 2017 when senior officials offered Trump charts and graphics laying out the numbers and showing a “hockey stick” spike in the national debt in the not-too-distant future. In response, Trump noted that the data suggested the debt would reach a critical mass only after his possible second term in office. “Yeah, but I won’t be here,” the president bluntly said, according to a source who was in the room when Trump made this comment during discussions on the debt.

For those who have worked with Trump, it was par for the course. Several people close to the president, both within and outside his administration, confirmed that the national debt has never bothered him in a truly meaningful way, despite his public lip service. “I never once heard him talk about the debt,” one former senior White House official attested. [DAILYBEAST]

As Flynn Case Winds Down, Investigation of Turkish Lobbying PersistsFederal prosecutors in Virginia are investigating a secret Turkish lobbying effort that once involved Michael T. Flynn, the former national security adviser, even as Mr. Flynn’s role in the special counsel’s investigation winds down, according to people familiar with the inquiry.

Robert S. Mueller III, the special counsel, had been handling the case and at some point referred it back to prosecutors in Alexandria, Va., who had originally opened the investigation, the people said. A veteran national security prosecutor is overseeing the case, and a grand jury has been empaneled to hear evidence.

Prosecutors for Mr. Mueller appeared to make reference to the investigation in documents released on Tuesday that enumerated Mr. Flynn’s cooperation in the Russia inquiry. The heavily redacted documents created an air of mystery about Mr. Flynn’s “substantial help” in several unspecified but continuing investigations. Prosecutors cited Mr. Flynn’s assistance as grounds for leniency when a judge sentences him on Dec. 18.

The Turkey case appears to fit as one of those inquiries because Mr. Flynn has direct knowledge of aspects under scrutiny. Prosecutors are examining Mr. Flynn’s former business partners and clients who financed a campaign against Fethullah Gulen, a cleric living in Pennsylvania whom the Turkish government has accused of helping instigate a failed coup. [NYT]

Bloomberg in Iowa to ‘make a friend’ as he ponders 2020 runFormer New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg says now that Democrats have won the House, they have to “do something.”

“If they just sit back and do the same thing that the people they just ousted did then I’m not gonna be happy and I’ve told Nancy Pelosi that,” said Bloomberg, who spent more than $110 million in last month’s midterms to help Democrats wrest control of the House from Republicans.

Bloomberg, who is considering a presidential run in 2020, spoke to CNN on Tuesday during a daylong trip to Iowa — a crucial early voting state — where he was promoting his new documentary about climate change. The media and financial data mogul made multiple stops across the state, including at an electric company in Cedar Rapids and a community college in Ankeny that trains student to work on wind turbines. In a classroom with turbine simulators, Bloomberg told students they were building promising careers in well-paying green jobs.

Bloomberg said he wasn’t visiting Iowa to solicit votes — yet. “Ask a question, make a friend,” said Bloomberg, who has previously said he’d decide early in 2019. [CNN]

Sessions hints he’s done with politicsJeff Sessions doesn’t sound eager to run for his old Senate seat in 2020.

The former attorney general and Alabama senator said in an interview on Wednesday that he doesn’t miss being a senator and won’t decide on a run anytime soon. Sen. Doug Jones (D-Ala.) is seen as the most vulnerable incumbent on the ballot in two years — and Sessions is viewed as a prime candidate to beat him.

But, after enduring months of attacks from President Donald Trump for recusing himself from the Russia probe and being forced to leave his attorney general perch after the midterms, Sessions sounds eager to decompress.

“I’ve been clearing my brain. I think that’s a fair statement,” he said during a ride on the Senate subway following George H.W. Bush’s state funeral. “I’ll go to Alabama, do some things and then that will clarify things a little more before I worry about making a statement.” [POLITICO]

Portugal government committee approves Memorial Day for Inquisition victims

A Portugal government committee has approved the creation of a Memorial Day for the Victims of the Inquisition.

The inquisition was formally established in Portugal in 1536. The date of the memorial day will be held on or around March 31, the official end of the Inquisition in 1821.

Reconectar, the movement to reconnect the descendants of Spanish and Portuguese Jewish Communities with the Jewish world, welcomed the decision by the Commission for Culture, Communication, Youth and Sports of the Portuguese Parliament.

“This is an extremely important step by the Portuguese Parliament and one that clearly demonstrates the Portuguese authorities’ intention to look critically at its past and show the Jewish world that it is seeking atonement for this reign of terror against our people,” Ashley Perry, president of Reconectar and the director of the Knesset Caucus for the Reconnection with the Descendants of Spanish and Portuguese Jewish Communities, said in a statement issued on Wednesday.

Reconectar is assisting in the reconnection of the tens of millions of people in North and Latin America, Europe and elsewhere, who are discovering their Jewish ancestry. Modern technology, Internet, and genealogy and DNA advances have generated interest in discovering hidden Jewish roots.

Nearly 1,800 descendants of Sephardic Jews acquired Portuguese nationality in 2017 under a law enacted two years earlier, with another 12,000 still in the application process. [TOI]

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U.S. Lawmakers Propose New Bankruptcy Process for Small Businesses

Federal lawmakers are trying to strengthen the country’s safety net for struggling small businesses.

Two U.S. senators unveiled a proposal on Thursday that could make the chapter 11 bankruptcy process cheaper and faster for companies that file for protection with about $2.5 million or less in debt.

Corporate bankruptcy experts told federal lawmakers earlier this year that small-business owners are avoiding the bankruptcy process because of the cost and the worry that they will be forced to sell their companies.

Filing for bankruptcy protection to save a small business often costs at least $100,000 to $300,000—and sometimes twice as much in cases where repayment disputes break out, lawyers say.

“Small businesses haven’t been using bankruptcy as much as they could because it’s too expensive and too cumbersome,” retired North Carolina bankruptcy judge A. Tom Small said Thursday. “Chapter 11 is designed for the big corporations, not the little ones.” [WSJ]

Canada arrests Huawei CFO. She faces US extradition for allegedly violating Iran sanctionsCanada has arrested Huawei’s global chief financial officer in Vancouver, where she is facing extradition to the United States, Canada’s Department of Justice said on Wednesday.

The arrest is related to violations of U.S. sanctions, a person familiar with the matter said. Reuters was unable to determine the precise nature of the violations. Meng Wanzhou, who is one of the vice chairs on the Chinese technology company’s board and the daughter of company founder Ren Zhengfei, was arrested on Dec. 1 and a court hearing has been set for Friday, a Canadian Justice Department spokesman said.

Huawei confirmed the arrest in a statement and said that it has been provided little information of the charges against Meng, adding that it was “not aware of any wrongdoing by Ms. Meng.”

China’s embassy in Canada said it resolutely opposed the arrest and called for Meng’s immediate release. [CNBC]


Cheskel Schwimmer lands $75M construction loan for SoBro towers

Another high-rise apartment project is ready to go vertical on the South Bronx waterfront. Cheskel Schwimmer’s Williamsburg-based CGS Developers closed on a $75 million construction loan from S3 Capital Partners for the pair of rental towers spanning 237 units he’s developing at 210 East 135th Street, the lender told The Real Deal.

“There has been lots of activity in the area from both private owners and large institutional developers,” S3 Capital co-founder and principal Joshua Crane said.

Schwimmer bought the vacant lot for $15.47 million in 2015 from Storage Deluxe, which three years earlier sold the large self-storage facility it had operated next door to CubeSmart for $68.23 million in 2012. By the time Schwimmer bought the site, the Mott Haven neighborhood had already been pegged for development.

Somerset Partners and the Chetrit Group were already working on plans to develop their massive, seven-building apartment project with 1,300 units just three blocks away. In fact, just five months after Schwimmer bought his site, Somerset and Chetrit hosted a party to help rebrand the district featuring burned-out, bullet-ridden cars and trash fires, which critics saw as a tone-deaf effort to repackage urban decay and market it to Manhattan yuppies. [TRD]

Facebook gave data on user’s friends to certain companies: documentsFacebook Inc (FB.O) let some companies, including Netflix (NFLX.O) and Airbnb, access users’ lists of friends after it cut off that data for most other apps around 2015, according to documents released on Wednesday by a British lawmaker investigating fake news and social media.

The 223 pages of internal communication from 2012 to 2015 between high-level employees, including founder and Chief Executive Mark Zuckerberg, provide new evidence of previously aired contentions that Facebook has picked favorites and engaged in anti-competitive behavior.

The documents show that Facebook tracked growth of competitors and denied them access to user data available to others.

In 2014, the company identified about 100 apps as being either “Mark’s friends” or “Sheryl’s friends” and also tracked how many apps were spending money on Facebook ads, according to the documents, referring to Zuckerberg and Chief Operating Officer Sheryl Sandberg.

The insight into the thinking of Facebook executives over that period could invite new regulatory scrutiny into its business practices. Facebook said it stood by its deliberations and decisions, but noted that it would relax one “out-of-date” policy that restricted competitors’ use of its data. [REUTERS]


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