Israeli commander killed while pretending to be Palestinian assailant | The Electronic Intifada

The army commander slain on Tuesday is not the first Israeli to be inadvertently killed during an alleged stabbing scenario.An Israeli reportedly suffering from emotional distress apparently sought to commit “suicide by soldier” when he was killed by a civilian security guard who presumably mistook him for a Palestinian at a Jerusalem-area checkpoint earlier this year.Another Israeli was killed in February last year after he was shot when soldiers and an armed civilian opened fire on a Palestinian who allegedly attempted to stab the man.An Israeli man was shot dead in December 2015 when Israeli forces fired on two Palestinians in the Old City of Jerusalem in late December. Another Israeli was fatally stabbed during the incident.

Source: Israeli commander killed while pretending to be Palestinian assailant | The Electronic Intifada

Maddow receives fake NSA Docs in attempt to discredit Russia reporting | 3CHICSPOLITICO

So while this president and his administration continue to claim that American journalists are on some anti-Trump crusade when it comes to Russia, it appears that someone – a person who wants the Trump-Russia story to go away – is intentionally distributing forged documents.The real fake news isn’t coming from Trump critics or trusted news organizations – it’s coming from an entity or person who wants to undermine journalists and protect the president.

Source: Maddow receives fake NSA Docs in attempt to discredit Russia reporting | 3CHICSPOLITICO

Sorry Veep, America already leads the world in space by a large margin | Ars Technica

no other nation can come close to the United States in space. Moreover, because of the long lead times baked into aerospace development, almost every “accomplishment” that demonstrates American leadership in space during the next 3.5 years will have started long before President Trump took office. That said, here’s a rundown of how America already leads in space.

Source: Sorry Veep, America already leads the world in space by a large margin | Ars Technica