2:28 PM 11/1/2017 – Manhattan truck attack kills 8 in ‘act of terror’

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Mike Nova’s Shared NewsLinks
Senate Intelligence Chairman Criticizes Media ‘Narrative’ About Russia Investigation – Voice of America
Elections 2016 Investigation – Google News: UK investigates Brexit campaign funding amid speculation of Russian meddling – Reuters
12:38 PM 11/1/2017 On the far west side of lower Manhattan Links and Articles
Trump liar – Google News: Trump Calls Former Campaign Aide a Liar – NBC 7 San Diego
trump and republican party – Google News: ‘Concerned’ conservatives, aiming to build a Trump resistance, call for GOP to protect Mueller – Washington Post
Russian ads, now publicly released, show sophistication of influence campaign – Washington Post
Rudy Giuliani – Google News: You Can’t Go Any Lower: Inside the West Wing, Trump Is Apoplectic as Allies Fear Impeachment – Vanity Fair
‘ISIS lives forever’: Uzbek man, 29, who killed eight and injured 15 with his vehicle while shouting Allahu Akbar in … – Daily Mail
Manhattan Terror Attack Kills 8 and Injures 11 – New York Times
Attack that killed 8 in NYC is ‘act of terror’ – The Boston Globe
Note found in truck claims Manhattan attack done for ISIS, source says – CNN
Sayfullo Saipov: everything we know about New York suspect – Telegraph.co.uk
Russian ads, now publicly released, show sophistication of influence campaign
Uzbek man is focus of deadly New York truck attack
The Far West Group – Google Search
col. alexander poteyev – Google Search
farwest intelligence group – Google Search
Paul Manafort – Google Search
Mueller’s Investigative team – Google Search
col. alexander poteyev – Google Search
Overnight Cybersecurity: Senators unveil election security bill | Social media companies decline to back ad disclosure legislation | USDA pick reportedly Trump adviser who encouraged Russia meeting | TheHill
Ennio Morricone – YouTube

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