5:41 AM 1/30/2018 – Pentagon Reviewing Troops’ Use of Fitness Trackers in Light of Security Concerns

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Pentagon Reviewing Troops’ Use of Fitness Trackers in Light of Security Concerns

The Pentagon is reviewing policies that allow deployed troops to use activity-measuring devices and fitness apps that rely on GPS tracking, after a digital map online accidentally exposed information that could reveal where American troops are deployed or even precisely where they exercise overseas.
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CNN analyst Ana Navarro came under fire Monday evening after comparing the Holocaust with the ouster of top FBI official Andrew McCabe.

Trump administration releases ‘Putin List’ of Russian lawmakers, oligarchs

The Trump administration late Monday released a long-awaited list of 114 Russian politicians and 96 “oligarchs” who have flourished during the reign of President Vladimir Putin, fulfilling a demand by Congress that the U.S. punish Moscow for interfering in the 2016 U.S. election.

MI6 chief pays tribute to spy who saved thousands from Nazi Germany
CIA chief says China ‘as big a threat to US’ as Russia

The CIA boss tells the BBC he is as worried about Chinese efforts to influence the West as he is about Russia.
Russian bank CEOs, metals magnates and gas chief named on U.S. ‘oligarchs’ list’

MOSCOW (Reuters) – The U.S. Treasury Department on Tuesday named major Russian businessmen including the heads of the two biggest banks, metals magnates and the boss of the state gas monopoly on a list of oligarchs close to the Kremlin.

Pentagon: Russian Jet Flies Within 5 Feet of US Navy Plane

The United States is expressing its highest level of concern after a Russian military jet came dangerously close to a U.S. plane in international airspace over the Black Sea Monday. The encounter came during a Russian military exercise. While the U.S. aircraft was operating under international law, the Russian side was flagrantly violating existing agreements and international law, State Department spokeswoman Heather Nauert said in a statement late Monday. This is but the…
US issues ‘Putin list’ of Russian politicians, oligarchs

WASHINGTON (AP) — The Trump administration late Monday released a long-awaited list of 114 Russian politicians and 96 "oligarchs" who have flourished during the reign of President Vladimir Putin, fulfilling a demand by Congress that the U.S. punish Moscow for interfering in the 2016 U.S. election….
Concern Fitness Tracking App Exposed US Military Bases Just the Start

The controversy over information gathered from GPS-enabled fitness devices and published online in some cases highlighting possible activity at U.S. military bases in places like Syria and Afghanistan could be just the start of an ever-growing problem in a world where more people and devices are connected to the internet. Already, U.S. Defense Secretary Jim Mattis has ordered a review of security protocols following concerns that a so-called Heatmap published by the fitness app…
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EDITOR'S NOTE – Early on the morning of Jan. 31, 1968, as Vietnamese celebrated the Lunar New Year, or Tet as it is known locally, Communist forces launched a wave of coordinated surprise attacks across South Vietnam. The campaign – one of the largest of the Vietnam War – led to intense fighting and heavy casualties in cities and towns across the South….
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WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The Trump administration said on Monday it would not immediately impose additional sanctions on Russia, despite a new law designed to punish Moscow’s alleged meddling in the 2016 U.S. election, insisting the measure was already hitting Russian companies.

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