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As the Souris River continues to rise, flooding in Minot, ND appears likely to be even worse than expected. According to the Associated Press, as of Friday water levels had risen nearly four feet in less than a day, stunning local residents. Four thousand homes are now expected to be flooded.

CBS News in Minot reported on Friday morning that a fifty-foot chunk of a dike has been swept away. Officials have also ordered accelerated water releases from a dam above the city, which could raise the flooding by an additional three feet. Ten thousand people have already left the city and more are being asked to evacuate.

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Water levels are expected to crest at more than 8 1/2 feet beyond major flood state on Saturday or Sunday and could remain high for up to a week.

This video is from CBS News, June 24, 2011.


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Trump took out DNI head Dan Coats to install a new acting director in charge of whistleblowers: CIA veteran

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Appearing on MSNBC's "AM Joy," a longtime veteran CIA official said the whistleblower, who ran to the inspector general with a complaint about Donald Trump asking Ukraine's president for dirt on Joe Biden, should expect the president and his aides to come after them.

Speaking with host Joy Reid, Jonna Mendez said she saw the first warnings signs that something was up in the U.S. intelligence community when the president forced DNI head Dan Coats and his top deputy out.

"Through the lens of someone who spent 27 years at the CIA, the thing that caught my eye instantly was Dan Coats' resignation follow by Sue Gordon," Mendez explained. "The fact that Dan Coats went into a meeting and said 'Sue, you've got to resign' and that she did, truncating a career that clearly hadn't reached its zenith."

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‘We’re not through’: After biggest climate protest in history draws 4 million worldwide, campaigners prepare for week of action

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"September 20th was a demonstration of intent, of 4 million people who took time off from work or school to say that they are ready to move on and make the changes we need."

As organizers behind Friday's Global Climate Strike reported that four million children and adults attended marches and rallies all over the world—making it the biggest climate protest ever—they assured leaders who have been reticent to take bold climate action that the campaigners' work is far from over.

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Watch: North Dakota flooding worsens rapidly

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As the Souris River continues to rise, flooding in Minot, ND appears likely to be even worse than expected. According to the Associated Press, as of Friday water levels had risen nearly four feet in less than a day, stunning local residents. Four thousand homes are now expected to be flooded.

CBS News in Minot reported on Friday morning that a fifty-foot chunk of a dike has been swept away. Officials have also ordered accelerated water releases from a dam above the city, which could raise the flooding by an additional three feet. Ten thousand people have already left the city and more are being asked to evacuate.

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Water levels are expected to crest at more than 8 1/2 feet beyond major flood state on Saturday or Sunday and could remain high for up to a week.

This video is from CBS News, June 24, 2011.


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Trump took out DNI head Dan Coats to install a new acting director in charge of whistleblowers: CIA veteran

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Appearing on MSNBC's "AM Joy," a longtime veteran CIA official said the whistleblower, who ran to the inspector general with a complaint about Donald Trump asking Ukraine's president for dirt on Joe Biden, should expect the president and his aides to come after them.

Speaking with host Joy Reid, Jonna Mendez said she saw the first warnings signs that something was up in the U.S. intelligence community when the president forced DNI head Dan Coats and his top deputy out.

"Through the lens of someone who spent 27 years at the CIA, the thing that caught my eye instantly was Dan Coats' resignation follow by Sue Gordon," Mendez explained. "The fact that Dan Coats went into a meeting and said 'Sue, you've got to resign' and that she did, truncating a career that clearly hadn't reached its zenith."

Continue Reading

2020 Election

GOP’s cancellation of presidential primaries could blow up in Trump’s face — here’s why

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In recent weeks, Republican state party committees have been moving to cancel presidential primaries to prevent Never-Trump conservatives, like former Reps. Joe Walsh (R-IL) and Mark Sanford (R-SC) and former Gov. Bill Weld (R-MA), from challenging the president from the right. So far, Republicans in Arizona, Kansas, Nevada, and South Carolina have all announced they will scrap the voting process for 2020.

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‘We’re not through’: After biggest climate protest in history draws 4 million worldwide, campaigners prepare for week of action

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"September 20th was a demonstration of intent, of 4 million people who took time off from work or school to say that they are ready to move on and make the changes we need."

As organizers behind Friday's Global Climate Strike reported that four million children and adults attended marches and rallies all over the world—making it the biggest climate protest ever—they assured leaders who have been reticent to take bold climate action that the campaigners' work is far from over.

Continue Reading
 
 
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