Another tough day in Santa Barbara County as Search and Rescue, Fire and Law Enforcement personnel from across our county and our neighboring counties searched for survivors and evacuated people. There are 17 confirmed fatalities and 17 people still reported missing. pic.twitter.com/WklCh4Y00Z“With that being said, I have personally directed the fix to the unmasking process since taking office and today’s vote is about foreign surveillance of bad guys on foreign land. We need it! Get smart!” Trump tweeted.Crews work to remove downed power lines in Montecito, California, on Wednesday. Robyn Beck / AFP – Getty Images Greg Tebbe of Montecito described being worried about the coming rain when he went to bed Monday night, but he said he didn’t expect the mudslide. The rain really started coming down around 3 a.m., he said, and then the sky lit up from a “huge fireball” up the mountain, he said.
(CNN)Rescuers are frantically combing for survivors Thursday after rivers of mud and boulders crushed homes two days ago in Southern California’s Santa Barbara County, killing at least 17 people, weeks after a massive fire charred the area.
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After the meeting, Marc Short, Trump’s legislative aide, said the White House was nowhere near a bipartisan agreement on immigration.
taunted Moreno’s conservative opponent Guillermo Lasso over his defeat. Lasso had pledged to kick Assange out the embassy.
“Whether you vote for me or don’t vote for me, I really want to be your greatest champion, and I will be your champion,” Trump said at the Haitian American roundtable last year.
Press secretary Sarah Sanders on Trump's FISA tweets: “I'm not sure what the confusion is on that front.” pic.twitter.com/oBgWc9d1r6— Washington Examiner (@dcexaminer) January 11, 2018
“This new guidance paves the way for states to demonstrate how their ideas will improve the health of Medicaid beneficiaries, as well as potentially improve their economic well-being,” said Brian Neale, CMS Deputy Administrator and Director for the Center for Medicaid and CHIP Services.
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“He knows that, and he I think put out something that clarified that. And his administration’s position has been the clear from day one, which is 702 is really important; it’s got to be renewed.”
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Outlining a potential bipartisan deal, the lawmakers discussed restoring protections for countries that have been removed from the temporary protected status program while adding $1.5 billion for a border wall and making changes to the visa lottery system. Lawmakers mentioned that members of the CBC had requested that some African countries be included in the protective status program, according to a White House official who asked for anonymity to describe a private conversation.
Unmasking isn’t covered by Section 702, which allows the government to use any information they “incidentally” collect on Americans who are corresponding with legitimate foreign targets. Critics of the program say that investigators should have to seek a warrant before searching the database for American targets.“I’m sure you’re disappointed he’s not watching CNN,” Sanders said.
Mr. Trump wrote the message shortly after a libertarian legal analyst on “Fox & Friends,” Andrew Napolitano, appealed directly to him to go another route. Mr. Napolitano added that Mr. Trump’s “woes” began with surveillance.
The sheriff’s office released the identities of the dead on Thursday. They are:With that being said, I have personally directed the fix to the unmasking process since taking office and today’s vote is about foreign surveillance of foreign bad guys on foreign land. We need it! Get smart!Breitbart London, National Security, WikiLeaks, Ecuador, Julian Assange, Lenin Moreno, Maria Fernanda Espinosa, Vienna Convention on Diplomatic Relations, WikiLeaks
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Julian Assange’s Twitter account reappears after mysterious absenceAssange confirms WikiLeaks was approached by Trump-linked data firmEcuador gave Assange political asylum after he sought refuge in the embassy in 2012 to avoid a Swedish extradition request on a case of alleged rape. While Sweden temporarily dropped that investigation, British officials say they’d still arrest him on charges of bail jumping. Assange also fears a possible U.S. extradition request stemming from the leaking of classified U.S. documents.
By JULIE HIRSCHFELD DAVIS and SHERYL GAY STOLBERGJAN. 11, 2018To date, CMS has received demonstration project proposals from 10 states that include employment and community engagement initiatives: Arizona, Arkansas, Indiana, Kansas, Kentucky, Maine, New Hampshire, North Carolina, Utah and Wisconsin.
allows some warrantless surveillance of foreigners overseas.
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Reporters to Trump ambassador: ‘This is the Netherlands — you have to answer questions’All five states — Tamaulipas on the U.S. border and Sinaloa, Colima, Michoacan and Guerrero on the Pacific coast — are hotspots of drug cartel activity, either hosting trafficking routes or extensive drug-crop cultivation.