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Trump Campaign Sues New York Times for Libel

The lawsuit concerns an essay published by the Opinion section of The Times in March 2019, headlined “The Real Trump-Russia Quid Pro Quo.”
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Trump campaign sues New York Times in libel lawsuit involving opinion piece on Russia

The lawsuit, filed in New York State Supreme Court, claims the newspaper intentionally published a false story in 2019 related to the Russia investigation.         [Author: USA TODAY]
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Trump campaign sues New York Times in libel lawsuit involving Russia coverage

The lawsuit, filed in New York State Supreme Court, claims the newspaper intentionally published a false story in 2019 related to the Russia investigation.         [Author: USA TODAY]
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Trump Campaign Sues New York Times Over Russia ‘Collusion’ Column

The Trump campaign filed a lawsuit on Wednesday against the New York Times, alleging that the paper had defamed him by running a column that alluded to an “overarching deal” between Trump and Russia. The column, entitled “The Real Trump-Russia Quid Pro Quo,” was written by Max Frankel, the 89-year-old former executive editor of the […]
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Trump campaign sues New York Times for libel over Russia story

Suit alleges ‘extreme bias’ in knowingly publishing falsehoodOpinion piece titled ‘The Real Trump-Russia Quid Pro Quo’Donald Trump’s re-election campaign said on Wednesday it had filed a libel suit against the New York Times accusing the newspaper of intentionally publishing a false opinion article related to Russian interference in the 2016 US election.In an escalation of the Republican president’s long-running battle with the news media, campaign officials said the lawsuit was being filed in N...
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Trump Campaign Sues New York Times

The lawsuit concerns an essay published by the Opinion section of The Times in March 2019, headlined “The Real Trump-Russia Quid Pro Quo.”
Tags: News, Russia, New York Times, The Times, Trump, Donald J, Libel and Slander, News and News Media, Suits and Litigation (Civil, Presidential Election of 2020, Trump Campaign Sues New York Times


READ: Trump Sues NYT For Defamation, Alleging ‘Bias’ Over Russia Op-ed

President Trump’s re-election campaign sued the New York Times or defamation on Wednesday, accusing the paper of “a systematic pattern of bias” aimed at preventing Trump from securing victory in 2020. Attorney Charles Harder authored the complaint, filed in a state-level court in New York City. The lawsuit refers to a March 2019 column by Max Frankel, a former New York Times executive editor in the 1980s and ’90s, accusing Trump and the Russian government of working towards the same goal in 2...
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Trump campaign sues New York Times for libel over Russia opinion piece – live

Lawsuit relates to opinion piece published in March 2019Biden wins crucial endorsement ahead of South Carolina contestBoston Globe endorses Warren as best ‘to lay bare Trump’s weaknesses’Support the Guardian’s independent journalism. Make a contribution 8.57pm GMT Bernie Sanders’ New Year’s resolution, more than three decades ago: “In 1978, as in other years, I hope to play some role in making working people aware that the present day reality of poverty, wage slavery and mind-destroying medi...
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Trump campaign files libel lawsuit against The New York Times over 2019 opinion piece on Russia

President Donald Trump's 2020 campaign on Wednesday escalated its feud with the news media to new heights, filing a libel lawsuit against The New York Times in which it alleged the newspaper "knowingly published false and defamatory statements" in a March 2019 opinion piece.
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Trump Campaign Sues New York Times Over 2019 Opinion Article

The lawsuit concerns an essay published by the Opinion section of The Times in March 2019, headlined “The Real Trump-Russia Quid Pro Quo.”
Tags: News, Russia, New York Times, The Times, Trump, Donald J, Libel and Slander, News and News Media, Suits and Litigation (Civil, Presidential Election of 2020, Trump Campaign Sues New York Times


‘No Time to Die’ Could Be the Longest Bond Movie Ever, Which Means You’ll Have No Time to Pee

Ready for the longest Bond movie yet? Well, you better get ready, because it looks like No Time to Die is going to clock in at almost three-hours-long. The latest (and final) entry in Daniel Craig‘s tenure as 007 has been reported by multiple sources as 163 minutes long. That would officially make it the longest James Bond movie, although all of the Craig films – save for Quantum of Solace – have had hefty runtimes. Two different theater chains – Regal and  Pathe Netherlands – are both listi...
Tags: Movies, Russia, Roger Ebert, Sequels, James-Bond, Secret Service, Daniel Craig, Casino Royale, Quantum of Solace, Bond, Craig, Solace, No Time To Die, Pathe Netherlands


If Japan And Russia Went To War Earlier, World War II Would Never Have Been The Same

They nearly did.
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Riveters’ Tatiana Shatalova Has an Affinity for Valeri Kharlamov

There is very a specific reason why Metropolitan Riveters’ forward Tatiana Shatalova wears number-17. The NWHL’s youngest player is not only a bit of an old soul, but she is very knowledgeable when it comes to her hockey history as well. Shatalova’s favorite player – her all-time hockey hero – is Soviet legend and Hockey Hall of Famer Valeri Kharlamov. “Yes, Kharlamov is why I wear 17,” said Shatalova. “He is my absolute favorite player! I love everything about him.” Tatiana Shatal...
Tags: Minnesota, Russia, Sport, Canada, Connecticut, Belarus, Red Army, Hockey, NHL, Metro, Montreal Canadiens, Soviet Union, Minsk, NWHL, Boston Pride, Serge Savard


AccuWeather's 2020 Asia spring forecast

It's here. AccuWeather's annual spring forecast for Asia is out -- and meteorologists are expecting a warmer-than-average season for much of the continent in 2020.While a large swath is set for ample rain this season, other locations will face building drought.Additionally, coastal areas will be at risk for a few tropical cyclones. Meanwhile, a couple of early-season cold outbreaks are forecast from eastern Siberia into northeastern Mongolia and the northern Heilongjiang province of C...
Tags: Asia, Japan, Science, Indonesia, Saudi Arabia, China, Russia, India, Qatar, Iran, Ukraine, Taiwan, Thailand, Philippines, Malaysia, Pakistan


Maybe our social media obsession is a bigger problem than Russian election interference

Moscow is up to something, seeking to create chaos and discredit democracy. However, it isn't clear how Russia would gain from a Trump 2nd term.         [Author: USA TODAY]
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The IndianxWorkhorse Appaloosa v2.0 Revealed at Baikal Mile

A Frozen Lake and a Crazy Motorcycle Indian Motorcycle and Workhorse Speed Shop revealed the new Appaloosa v2.0 at Lake Baikal in Russia. The frozen lake is where the bike will make its ice racing debut. The Baikal Mile is a crazy event held on the surface of the frozen lake. Brice Hennebart sounded pleased with the bike and the project so far. “I can’t believe we are actually here. What an amazing place. I am so pleased to finally reveal the new Appaloosa after weeks of hard work to get here. ...
Tags: Russia, Motorcycles, Lake Baikal, Sebastien, Akrapovic, Appaloosa, Motorcycle News, Indian Motorcycle, Frozen Lake, Workhorse Speed Shop, Appaloosa v2.0, Baikal Mile, Brice Hennebart


Internal Docs Show Why the US Military Publishes North Korean and Russian Malware

An anonymous reader quotes a report from Motherboard: Newly released and previously secret documents explain in greater detail how, and why, a section of the U.S. military decides to publicly release a steady stream of adversarial countries' malware, including hacking tools from North Korea and Russia. Cyber Command, or CYBERCOM, publishes the malware samples onto VirusTotal, a semi-public repository that researchers and defenders can then pore over to make systems more secure. The document prov...
Tags: North Korea, Russia, US, Tech, CYBERCOM


Sanders faces brunt of the attacks at South Carolina debate

By STEVE PEOPLES, MEG KINNARD and AAMER MADHANI CHARLESTON, S.C. — Democrats unleashed a roaring assault against Bernie Sanders and seized on Mike Bloomberg’s past with women in the workplace during a contentious debate that tested the strength of the two men at the center of the party’s presidential nomination fight. As the undeniable Democratic front-runner, Sanders faced the brunt of the attacks for much of the night, and for one of the few times, fellow progressive Elizabeth Warren was among...
Tags: New York, Minnesota, Putin, Vladimir Putin, Washington, Senate, White House, Massachusetts, Russia, India, Israel, Elizabeth Warren, Bloomberg, Sport, Joe Biden, Soccer


Syria: 21 dead as targets including schools and nurseries bombed in Idlib

Six schools and two nurseries reported targets of airstrikes by Assad regime and Russia Eight school facilities have been bombed in Idlib province, in Syria, in a single day as the battle for control of the country’s last opposition stronghold intensifies.The attacks came despite warnings that the violence has already led to the worst humanitarian crisis in the Syrian war to date. Continue reading...
Tags: Russia, World news, Turkey, Syria, Middle East and North Africa, Bashar al-Assad, Assad, Idlib


Idlib province bombing kills 21 in single day

Targets of Russian and Assad forces included six schools and two nurseries says Syria civil defence groupEight school facilities were bombed in Idlib province, Syria, in a single day, as the battle for control of the country’s last opposition stronghold intensified.The attacks came despite warnings that the violence had already led to the worst humanitarian crisis in the Syrian war to date. Continue reading...
Tags: Europe, Russia, World news, Turkey, Syria, Middle East and North Africa, Bashar al-Assad, Assad, Idlib


Grenell’s Past Foreign Clients Make Him Unprecedented Choice To Lead Intel Community

Acting Director of National Intelligence Richard Grenell is many things: ambassador to Germany, right-wing provocateur, and Instagram aficionado. But what may present the biggest problem is his past as a media consultant for foreign political parties, governments, and businesses – and whether that work strayed into being a foreign agent and would have complicated his ability to receive a security clearance. Former national security officials told TPM that Grenell crossed what has traditionall...
Tags: UK, News, White House, Germany, Russia, Los Angeles, Hungary, Gop, Serious Fraud Office, National Security Council, Somalia, Intelligence Community, ENRC, North America, Doj, Dni


This Nuclear Bomb Was So Deadly That Russia Was Too Afraid To Test It More Than Once

Meet the Tsar Bomba.
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Fresh violence breaks out between Russia and Ukraine

Ukraine (MNN) — The war between Russia and Ukraine drags on, and civilians are caught in the cross-fire. If you haven’t heard anything about the war in Ukraine recently, it’s not because it’s over. A week ago, Russian-backed fighters attacked Ukrainian forces near the town of Zolote. Under artillery fire, the Ukrainians retreated. Read more here.  The attack came 5 years after the Minsk II agreement was supposed to have ended the conflict, and the artillery weapons used in the skirmish wer...
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Why Russia Is Rooting for Both Trump and Sanders

The Russian government is again trying to meddle in the presidential election. In doing so, they’re working to aid two very different candidates.
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China to Russia: End discriminatory coronavirus measures against Chinese

China's embassy in Russia has demanded authorities in Moscow end what it said are discriminatory anti-coronavirus measures against Chinese nationals, saying they are damaging relations and alarming Chinese residents of the Russian capital. The complaint, detailed in an embassy letter to the city's authorities and published by Russian newspaper Novaya Gazeta late on Tuesday, deplored what it called "ubiquitous monitoring" of Chinese nationals, including on public transport in Moscow. Russia, wh...
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Berlin: New Roskino CEO Evgenia Markova Moves to Boost Russian Film Biz

With relations between Russia and the U.S. growing frostier amid renewed allegations of election interference by Moscow ahead of the 2020 presidential polls, the new head of Russian movie support agency Roskino is banking on a thaw, as the country unveils a host of measures to lure foreign productions and boost the growing Russian film […]
Tags: News, Russia, Berlin, Markets & Festivals, Festivals, Moscow, Berlin Film Festival, Roskino, Evgenia Markova


Peugeot maker PSA's revenue, profits rise in 2019

Peugeot maker PSA Group posted a higher-than-expected rise in 2019 revenue on Wednesday, although the volumes of cars sold declined, with the French firm saying it anticipated sliding demand in Europe and Russia this year.
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Who won the Democratic debate? Our panelists' verdict

The South Carolina debate was the final one before Super Tuesday. So who emerged as the victor? ‘Warren dominated the mic and Sanders held his ground’Oh yeah, man. Let’s get into it. Let’s dive into the issues that other debate moderators have not yet dared to approach so far. Questions such as: “Would you, as president, support a ban on trans fats and large sodas?”Did everyone else get this push notification from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention warning that there was going to be ...
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Moderates just blew their best shot to stop Bernie Sanders

The Democratic candidates seemed torn between attacking the Vermont senator and attacking each other. That benefited Sanders once againWho is the happy warrior?Apparently not a single one of the seven Democratic candidates locked in a doom-laden downward spiral in the final debate before Super Tuesday.The last Democrat to win the presidency printed posters with HOPE slapped all over them. Judging from Tuesday’s debate in South Carolina, most of the party’s leading voices are either breathless or...
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Desperate Democrats Brawl in Chaotic South Carolina Debate

The stage in Charleston was set for a pile-on. Senator Bernie Sanders stood in the middle of the seven-candidate field, flanked by competitors all too aware that his lead in the Democratic primary is on the verge of becoming prohibitive. But rather than hammer Sanders, the desperate candidates hacked away at one another. Sanders took plenty of incoming, but Tuesday’s Democratic debate devolved into a chaotic, all-way melee. Elizabeth Warren continued her attacks on Michael Bloomberg; Jo...
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