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By Christine Rousselle

A man is in custody after he attempted to bring containers of gasoline into St. Patrick’s Cathedral in New York City Wednesday night.

The man was apprehended by cathedral security around 8 p.m. and taken into police custody by officers with the NYPD Critical Response Command. He attempted to start a fire using a lighter, and police said he had a car nearby to escape the scene.

Police have not yet released the identity of the man, other than
confirming he is 37-years-old and from New Jersey. He is thought to be
“mentally disturbed.”

The last scheduled Mass for Wednesday was celebrated at 5:30 p.m., per the cathedral’s website.

A spokesperson from the Archdiocese of New York told CNA that “the
individual was stopped as he tried to come into the cathedral” before he
was turned over to the police.

The New York Daily News reported that the man was able to spill
gasoline on the floor of the church, but this has not yet been
confirmed.

The NYPD told CNA they will be holding a press conference later
Wednesday night to update the public with more details of the incident.

On Tuesday, Cardinal Timothy Dolan of New York City expressed concern
for the safety of St. Patrick’s Cathedral, which, like Cathédrale
Notre-Dame de Paris, also has a wooden roof.

“I thought of St. Patrick’s. I said, ‘Oh my Lord, are we safe?’” said Dolan of the Paris fire.

St. Patrick’s Cathedral recently underwent a $177 million restoration project, which included new fire safety features.

“Thank God the FDNY has been extraordinarily vigilant and helpful, because we’ve got a wooden roof too,” said Dolan.

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By Christine Rousselle

A man is in custody after he attempted to bring containers of gasoline into St. Patrick’s Cathedral in New York City Wednesday night.

The man was apprehended by cathedral security around 8 p.m. and taken into police custody by officers with the NYPD Critical Response Command. He attempted to start a fire using a lighter, and police said he had a car nearby to escape the scene.

Police have not yet released the identity of the man, other than
confirming he is 37-years-old and from New Jersey. He is thought to be
“mentally disturbed.”

The last scheduled Mass for Wednesday was celebrated at 5:30 p.m., per the cathedral’s website.

A spokesperson from the Archdiocese of New York told CNA that “the
individual was stopped as he tried to come into the cathedral” before he
was turned over to the police.

The New York Daily News reported that the man was able to spill
gasoline on the floor of the church, but this has not yet been
confirmed.

The NYPD told CNA they will be holding a press conference later
Wednesday night to update the public with more details of the incident.

On Tuesday, Cardinal Timothy Dolan of New York City expressed concern
for the safety of St. Patrick’s Cathedral, which, like Cathédrale
Notre-Dame de Paris, also has a wooden roof.

“I thought of St. Patrick’s. I said, ‘Oh my Lord, are we safe?’” said Dolan of the Paris fire.

St. Patrick’s Cathedral recently underwent a $177 million restoration project, which included new fire safety features.

“Thank God the FDNY has been extraordinarily vigilant and helpful, because we’ve got a wooden roof too,” said Dolan.

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Congress has recessed for two weeks without
passing a desperately-needed disaster relief bill. Why not? Because
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell didn’t want to anger Donald Trump
by adding money for Puerto Rico that Democrats have sought but Trump
doesn’t want.

America used to have a Senate. But under
McConnell, what was once known as the worlds greatest deliberative body
has become a partisan lap dog.

Recently McConnell used his
Republican majority to cut the time for debating Trump’s court
appointees from 30 hours to two – thereby enabling Republicans to ram
through even more Trump judges.

In truth, McConnell doesn’t give a fig about the Senate, or about democracy. He cares only about partisan wins.

On
the eve of the 2010 midterm elections he famously declared that his top
priority was for Barack Obama “to be a one-term president.”

Between
2009 and 2013, McConnell’s Senate Republicans blocked 79 Obama
nominees. In the entire history of the United States until that point,
only 68 presidential nominees had been blocked.

This unprecedented
use of the filibuster finally led Senate Democrats in 2013 to change
the rules on some presidential nominees (but not the Supreme Court) to
require simple majorities.

In response, McConnell fumed that
“breaking the rules to change the rules is un-American.“ If so,
McConnell is about as un-American as they come. Once back in control of
the Senate he buried Obama’s nomination of Merrick Garland for the
Supreme Court by refusing even to hold hearings.

Then, in 2017,
McConnell and his Republicans changed the rules again, ending the use of
the filibuster even for Supreme Court nominees and clearing the way for
Senate confirmation of Trump’s Neil Gorsuch and Brett Kavanaugh.

Step by step, McConnell has sacrificed the Senate as an institution to partisan political victories.

There
is a vast difference between winning at politics by playing according
to the norms of our democracy, and winning by subverting those norms.

To
Abraham Lincoln, democracy was a covenant linking past and future.
Political institutions, in his view, were “the legacy bequeathed to us.”

On the eve of the Senate’s final vote on repealing the
Affordable Care Act in July 2017, the late John McCain returned to
Washington from his home in Arizona, where he was being treated for
brain cancer, to cast the deciding vote against repeal.

Knowing he
would be criticized by other Republicans, McCain noted that over his
career he had known senators who seriously disagreed with each other but
nonetheless understood “they had an obligation to work collaboratively
to ensure the Senate discharged its constitutional responsibilities
effectively.”

In words that have even greater relevance today,
McCain added that “it is our responsibility to preserve that, even when
it requires us to do something less satisfying than ‘winning’.”

In
politics, success should never be measured solely by partisan
victories. It must also be judged by the institutional legacy passed
onward. The purpose of political leadership is not merely to win. It is
to serve.

In any social or political system it’s always possible
to extract benefits by being among the first to break widely accepted
norms. In a small town where people don’t lock their doors or windows,
the first thief can effortlessly get into anyone’s house. But once
broken, the system is never the same. Everyone has to buy locks. Trust
deteriorates.

Those, like Mitch McConnell, who break institutional
norms for selfish or partisan gains are bequeathing future generations a
weakened democracy.

The difference between winning at politics by
playing according to the norms and rules of our democracy, and winning
by subverting them, could not be greater. Political victories that
undermine the integrity of our system are net losses for society.

Great
athletes play by the rules because the rules make the game.
Unprincipled athletes cheat or change the rules in order to win. Their
victories ultimately destroy the game.

In terms of shaping the
federal courts, McConnell has played “the long game”, which,
incidentally, is the title of his 2016 memoir. Decades from now,
McConnell will still be shaping the nation through judges he rammed
through the Senate.

But McConnell’s long game is destroying the Senate.

He
is longest-serving leader of Senate Republicans in history but Mitch
McConnell is no leader. He is the epitome of unprincipled power. History
will not treat him kindly.

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Congress has recessed for two weeks without
passing a desperately-needed disaster relief bill. Why not? Because
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell didn’t want to anger Donald Trump
by adding money for Puerto Rico that Democrats have sought but Trump
doesn’t want.

America used to have a Senate. But under
McConnell, what was once known as the worlds greatest deliberative body
has become a partisan lap dog.

Recently McConnell used his
Republican majority to cut the time for debating Trump’s court
appointees from 30 hours to two – thereby enabling Republicans to ram
through even more Trump judges.

In truth, McConnell doesn’t give a fig about the Senate, or about democracy. He cares only about partisan wins.

On
the eve of the 2010 midterm elections he famously declared that his top
priority was for Barack Obama “to be a one-term president.”

Between
2009 and 2013, McConnell’s Senate Republicans blocked 79 Obama
nominees. In the entire history of the United States until that point,
only 68 presidential nominees had been blocked.

This unprecedented
use of the filibuster finally led Senate Democrats in 2013 to change
the rules on some presidential nominees (but not the Supreme Court) to
require simple majorities.

In response, McConnell fumed that
“breaking the rules to change the rules is un-American.“ If so,
McConnell is about as un-American as they come. Once back in control of
the Senate he buried Obama’s nomination of Merrick Garland for the
Supreme Court by refusing even to hold hearings.

Then, in 2017,
McConnell and his Republicans changed the rules again, ending the use of
the filibuster even for Supreme Court nominees and clearing the way for
Senate confirmation of Trump’s Neil Gorsuch and Brett Kavanaugh.

Step by step, McConnell has sacrificed the Senate as an institution to partisan political victories.

There
is a vast difference between winning at politics by playing according
to the norms of our democracy, and winning by subverting those norms.

To
Abraham Lincoln, democracy was a covenant linking past and future.
Political institutions, in his view, were “the legacy bequeathed to us.”

On the eve of the Senate’s final vote on repealing the
Affordable Care Act in July 2017, the late John McCain returned to
Washington from his home in Arizona, where he was being treated for
brain cancer, to cast the deciding vote against repeal.

Knowing he
would be criticized by other Republicans, McCain noted that over his
career he had known senators who seriously disagreed with each other but
nonetheless understood “they had an obligation to work collaboratively
to ensure the Senate discharged its constitutional responsibilities
effectively.”

In words that have even greater relevance today,
McCain added that “it is our responsibility to preserve that, even when
it requires us to do something less satisfying than ‘winning’.”

In
politics, success should never be measured solely by partisan
victories. It must also be judged by the institutional legacy passed
onward. The purpose of political leadership is not merely to win. It is
to serve.

In any social or political system it’s always possible
to extract benefits by being among the first to break widely accepted
norms. In a small town where people don’t lock their doors or windows,
the first thief can effortlessly get into anyone’s house. But once
broken, the system is never the same. Everyone has to buy locks. Trust
deteriorates.

Those, like Mitch McConnell, who break institutional
norms for selfish or partisan gains are bequeathing future generations a
weakened democracy.

The difference between winning at politics by
playing according to the norms and rules of our democracy, and winning
by subverting them, could not be greater. Political victories that
undermine the integrity of our system are net losses for society.

Great
athletes play by the rules because the rules make the game.
Unprincipled athletes cheat or change the rules in order to win. Their
victories ultimately destroy the game.

In terms of shaping the
federal courts, McConnell has played “the long game”, which,
incidentally, is the title of his 2016 memoir. Decades from now,
McConnell will still be shaping the nation through judges he rammed
through the Senate.

But McConnell’s long game is destroying the Senate.

He
is longest-serving leader of Senate Republicans in history but Mitch
McConnell is no leader. He is the epitome of unprincipled power. History
will not treat him kindly.

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00:00:00 with special counsel Robert Muller is four hundred page report due for release on Thursday the world will finally get its first look at how balor himself sizes up his nearly two year probe of Russia’s role in the twenty sixteen presidential election until now the only clues have been in a four page summary from Attorney General William Barr from which said molar crown trump’s campaign had not conspired with Russia but it left many other questions unanswered Reuters correspondent sterile Lynch will be at the justice department when the report is released to Congress and the public and we’re going to be going through it with a fine tooth comb to look for any new information that is already not been reported the big question how much of it will look like this skeptics worry the blacked out sections notice redactions like these from a previous court filing related to the probe could keep large portions of motors report unavailable to the American public bar has said his reductions will come in four categories sensitive intelligence grand jury material details of current investigations in specific some people who have not been charged but barchart dot one tantalizing exception bar told Congress not long ago in testimony that the evidence related to obstruction of justice in the president’s behavior will not be redacted that’s important because in his summary to Congress last month Barr said Miller left open whether or not trump himself had obstructed justice the bar said no charges would be filed there was evidence presented on both sides of the question evidence for an evidence against and what we will be looking for is any information particularly information that is not yet publicly known that is potentially damning for president trump and exonerating for president trump much of this evidence is expected to be revealed we would assume for example that that would include the firing of James call me there’s been a lot of instances of trump bashing the justice department and the FBI a particular certain officials like former , deputy director Andrew McCabe who was eventually fired those sorts of examples are things that we know and we would expect would be in this report on top of that court documents filed by Miller refer to numerous contacts between trump campaign figures and Russia in the probe revealed an openness to outreach from Russians including by trump son done junior who in June twenty sixteen along with other top aides took a trump tower meeting with the Russian lawyer offering dirt on Hillary Clinton there are number of names high profile names that have come up time and again connection with this investigation especially the president’s son in law Jared Kushner and Donald junior and we would be looking to see if there could be any information about why those individuals are not facing prosecution historically the justice department does not reveal such information %HESITATION because it can damage their reputation bars due to have a news conference about the release at nine thirty AM on Thursday
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Special Counsel Robert Mueller has long been a source of curiosity for the general public as he and his team have quietly investigated Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election.
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Live: Kirsten Gillibrand campaigns in Iowa WCTI12.comWASHINGTON (SBG) – Kirsten Gillibrand is concluding her night campaigning alongside Kirsten Anderson, a former Republican Iowa Senate staffer who was …
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Police found the body of Sol Pais, an 18-year-old from Florida, at the base of Mount Evans, Dean Phillips, the agent in charge of the FBI office in Denver, said at a news conference.
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Yale University scientists have succeeded in restoring basic cellular activity in pigs’ brains hours after their deaths in a finding that may one day lead to advances in treating human stroke and brain injuries, researchers reported on Wednesday.

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Hundreds of Nicaraguans opposed to President Daniel Ortega took to the streets of the capital Managua on Wednesday in protests deemed illegal by the government and several dozen were arrested, according to an opposition group.

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The Global Security News: 1. World from Michael_Novakhov (24 sites): Voice of America: Germany Struggles in UN Push to Address Sexual Violence

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A German-led bid to step up efforts to combat sexual violence in conflicts has run into resistance at the U.N. Security Council, diplomats said Wednesday, just days before Nobel laureate Nadia Murad is to appear before the U.N. body to issue a call for justice.

Germany is pushing for the adoption of a draft resolution next Tuesday during a council debate that will feature Nobel Peace Prize winners Denis Mukwege and Murad, a Yazidi human rights activist.

Murad, who was held by the…

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