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.@KristinBTate on tariffs on steel and aluminum: “If we ever were in a significant war, we need to be able to manufacture our own steel and our own aluminum and that industry can’t just exist. It needs to be strong.”

.@KristinBTate on tariffs on steel and aluminum: "If we ever were in a significant war, we need to be able to manufacture our own steel and our own aluminum and that industry can't just exist. It needs to be strong." https://t.co/7MNpFvlJQq pic.twitter.com/6K0DIAIFHx — FOX Business (@FoxBusiness) March 2, 2018 Source: […]

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Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have invited some 1,200 members of the British public to the grounds of Windsor Castle for their wedding, Kensington Palace says.

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have invited some 1,200 members of the British public to the grounds of Windsor Castle for their wedding, Kensington Palace says. https://t.co/CnDVfgDZjU — NBC News (@NBCNews) March 2, 2018 Source: Twitter

DEVELOPING: Police are responding to reports of shots fired on Central Michigan University’s campus; authorities urging students and staff to remain clear of area

DEVELOPING: Police are responding to reports of shots fired on Central Michigan University's campus; authorities urging students and staff to remain clear of area https://t.co/e5ktDziHFM pic.twitter.com/uMT2jNJOSU — CBS News (@CBSNews) March 2, 2018 Source: Twitter

Breaking: Officials ask for community’s help in locating suspect from CMU shooting that left two dead; suspect considered armed and dangerous

Officials ask for community's help in locating suspect from CMU shooting that left two dead; suspect considered armed and dangerous. https://t.co/QVkf5fgxpk pic.twitter.com/MKvxyCaidV — ABC News (@ABC) March 2, 2018

#NHS Chief Executive praises #NHSsnowHeroes Simon Stevens today praised heroic NHS staff for defying arctic conditions that have brought Britain to a standstill to ensure patient care has continued uninterrupted

#NHS Chief Executive praises #NHSsnowHeroesSimon Stevens today praised heroic NHS staff for defying arctic conditions that have brought Britain to a standstill to ensure patient care has continued uninterrupted: https://t.co/wRavsEVB5h @NuffieldTrust @DrBruceKeogh #ThankYouNHS pic.twitter.com/PEJziLnpSf — NHS England (@NHSEngland) March 2, 2018 Source: Twitter

John Kelly opens up about how he handled the Rob Porter controversy:”We didn’t cover ourselves in glory in terms of how we handled that.”

John Kelly opens up about how he handled the Rob Porter controversy: "We didn't cover ourselves in glory in terms of how we handled that." https://t.co/iOcIsX9Uqm — MSNBC (@MSNBC) March 2, 2018 Source: Twitter

‘God punished me’: John Kelly explains how he came to be chief of staff for a White House in constant chaos.

'God punished me': John Kelly explains how he came to be chief of staff for a White House in constant chaos. More from @ReutersTV: https://t.co/EQTNuwfc5w via @carenbohan pic.twitter.com/HDito8WlEo — Reuters Top News (@Reuters) March 2, 2018 Source: Twitter

Readout of President Trump’s calls with Chancellor Merkel of Germany and President Macron of France

Readout of President Trump’s calls with Chancellor Merkel of Germany and President Macron of France: "The President underscored that the United States will not tolerate the atrocities of the Assad regime." pic.twitter.com/FRZXc4HWX5 — NBC Politics (@NBCPolitics) March 2, 2018 Source: Twitter

NEW: White House says European leaders Macron, Merkel agreed with Pres. Trump on need to implement Syrian cease fire, and expressed concern over Russia’s new weapons announcement.

NEW: White House says European leaders Macron, Merkel agreed with Pres. Trump on need to implement Syrian cease fire, and expressed concern over Russia's new weapons announcement. pic.twitter.com/UlKB7Q4Uey — ABC News (@ABC) March 2, 2018 Source: Twitter

Council of Europe: Cyber Digest – 15-28 February 2018

Cybercrime Digest Bi-weekly update and global outlook by the Cybercrime Programme Office of the Council of Europe (C-PROC) 15-28 February 2018 Source: Euractiv Date: 27 Feb 2018 Not yet in effect, Europe’s new data protection rules already face overseas threats “The United States government will soon decide whether to permit […]

Breaking: Two arrested in France for major CEO fraud-The criminal investigation identified around 15 alleged Romanian company managers living in France and Belgium

Published on: 02 Mar 2018 House searches in France have led to the arrests of two individuals suspected of large-scale CEO fraud. The criminals belonged to an organised crime group involved in at least 24 cases of CEO fraud causing EUR 4.6 million worth of damage. With the support of […]

Officials Report Details of Latest Strikes Against ISIS in Syria, Iraq

From a Combined Joint Task Force Operation Inherent Resolve News Release SOUTHWEST ASIA, March 2, 2018 — Combined Joint Task Force Operation Inherent Resolve and its partners continued to strike Islamic State of Iraq and Syria targets in designated parts of Syria and Iraq between Feb. 23-March 1, conducting 23 strikes […]

Public Corruption Houston Community College Official Took Bribes for Years

The FBI is using a recent high-profile public corruption case—one that involved a longtime board member of Houston Community College—to raise awareness about unscrupulous officials who violate the public trust for personal gain. In January 2018, a federal judge sentenced 53-year-old Chris Oliver to 70 months in prison after his […]

Breaking: Islamic State fanatic Umar Haque, 25, planned to use guns and a car packed with explosives to strike high-profile targets including Big Ben, the Queen’s Guard and Westfield shopping centre

Islamic State fanatic Umar Haque, 25, planned to use guns and a car packed with explosives to strike high-profile targets including Big Ben, the Queen’s Guard and Westfield shopping centre https://t.co/2MT5goxWqz — Press Association (@PA) March 2, 2018 Source: Twitter

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