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Marie Yovanovitch, Ex-Ukraine Ambassador, Testifies In Trump Impeachment Hearing

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Trump threatened Yovanovitch during a July 25 call with Zelensky, saying “she’s going to go through some things,” calling her “the woman” and “bad news.” Yovanovitch left her post in May after conservative media outlets and Donald Trump Jr. accused her of being part of an alleged Ukrainian attempt to support Hillary Clinton’s 2016 presidential campaign.

House Intelligence Committee Chairman Adam Schiff (D-Calif.) and the committee’s top Republican, Rep. Devin Nunes (Calif.), will direct the questioning at today’s hearing.

Read updates on her public testimony below:

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Governor Northam Kicks Off Virginia Cider Week with Ribbon-Cutting in Albemarle County

November 15, 2019

~ Potter’s Craft Cider opens new production facility, tasting room in preserved historic building ~

CHARLOTTESVILLE—Governor Ralph Northam today kicked off Virginia Cider Week at a ribbon-cutting ceremony for long-time Albemarle County producer Potter’s Craft Cider’s new tasting room.

In 2012, Virginia became the first state in the country to have an officially proclaimed “Cider Week,” designating the full week before Thanksgiving as Virginia Cider Week. This year, Virginia Cider Week runs from November 15–24 and will highlight the more than two-dozen Virginia cideries and their positive impact on Virginia agriculture.

In January, Governor Northam announced that Potter’s Craft Cider would invest $1.56 million to expand and relocate their hard cider production facility from Free Union to historic Neve Hall, a former Episcopalian church and school located south of Charlottesville on Route 29. The complex was built in 1924 to serve poor families in Albemarle County’s Ragged Mountains area. Through this project, Potter’s Craft Cider is creating 12 new jobs, committing to purchase an additional 6 million pounds of apples from Virginia orchards over the next three years, and preserving the buildings and restoring the grounds to create a unique new cider production facility, gardens, and tasting room.

“I can think of no better way to kick off Virginia Cider Week than by celebrating the continued growth and success of one of our most established and innovative cider producers,” said Governor Northam. “Businesses like Potter’s Craft Cider are quickly making cider a core component of Virginia’s ripening craft beverage industry, creating new markets for our apple producers, supporting local farmers, and bringing new economic opportunity to our rural communities.”

In operation in Free Union, just outside of Charlottesville, since 2011, Potter’s Craft Cider is one of Virginia’s oldest producers in the fast-growing hard cider industry. Potter’s Craft Cider sources 100 percent of its apples from Virginia orchards, and produces more than a dozen traditional and inventive cider varieties, all featuring exclusively Virginia-grown apples.

“Virginia is one of the top ten apple-producing states in the country, with the apple industry contributing an estimated $235 million annually to the state’s economy,” said Secretary of Agriculture and Forestry Bettina Ring. “The fastest growing segment in Virginia’s already booming craft beverage industry, hard cider is creating an increasingly important market for our apple growers—especially those producers specializing in heirloom varieties. I congratulate Potter’s Craft Cider on this expansion and commitment to supporting Virginia agriculture.”

“We are incredibly grateful for the support of the community, County, and the Commonwealth which has allowed us to take on this project,” said owners Tim Edmond and Dave Potter. “We have carefully rehabilitated a 100-year-old stone church to serve as our new tasting room. We are excited to have a home to share our love and passion for cider making and to invite the public to explore the property, gardens, and grounds of our new home.”

The Virginia Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services (VDACS) partnered with Albemarle County to secure this project for Virginia. Governor Northam approved a discretionary award of $50,000 from the Governor’s Agriculture and Forestry Industries Development (AFID) Fund, which is administered by VDACS. Albemarle County and the Albemarle County Economic Development Authority will match the grant with local funds.

“Agritourism is a key component of the future of Virginia’s economy, and I applaud Tim and Dan for their entrepreneurial spirit and vision,” said Senator Creigh Deeds. “The relocation and expansion of Potter’s Craft Cider to Neve Hall celebrates the growing hard cider industry while supporting our many apple growers in the Commonwealth. The growth of local businesses like Potter’s is critical to economic success in our rural, farming communities.”

“We’re so excited about the success of Potter’s Craft Cider and their continued involvement in Charlottesville and Albemarle County,” said Delegate David J. Toscano. “They have contributed a lot locally, partnering with The Haven, a day shelter for the homeless, and the arts community at their cider garden in Belmont. Their decision to restore Neve Hall, a former community center and an historic building in its own right, demonstrates their continuing commitment to our community. Supporting locally-grown businesses like Potter’s Craft yields benefits to many more than just the company, and that’s the kind of result we love to see come from development grants.”

“Agribusiness is one of our target industries, as it supports our rural areas,” said Albemarle County Supervisor Liz Palmer. “The Board is proud to support the expansion of a successful homegrown business, as it creates more jobs for Albemarle County and brings this historic structure back into the public realm. The success of Potter’s Craft also contributes to the growth and success of other businesses across Albemarle County—including the apple industry, as a primary input, and the coach services and tour operators that provide safe transport for visitors.”

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The week in pictures, Nov. 9 – Nov. 15

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Hindus make fires on the banks of the River Ganges as part of rituals during Karthik Purnima festival in Varanasi, India, Nov. 12, 2019. 

AP Photo/Rajesh Kumar Singh

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Day 2 of public impeachment hearings: live blog

Marie Yovanovitch, the former U.S. ambassador to Ukraine, will be among those testifying publicly Friday in the House impeachment inquiry.

The hearing is expected to begin at 9 p.m. ET

Follow our live blog below. Mobile users click here.

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Governor Northam Kicks Off Virginia Cider Week with Ribbon-Cutting in Albemarle County

November 15, 2019

~ Potter’s Craft Cider opens new production facility, tasting room in preserved historic building ~

CHARLOTTESVILLE—Governor Ralph Northam today kicked off Virginia Cider Week at a ribbon-cutting ceremony for long-time Albemarle County producer Potter’s Craft Cider’s new tasting room.

In 2012, Virginia became the first state in the country to have an officially proclaimed “Cider Week,” designating the full week before Thanksgiving as Virginia Cider Week. This year, Virginia Cider Week runs from November 15–24 and will highlight the more than two-dozen Virginia cideries and their positive impact on Virginia agriculture.

In January, Governor Northam announced that Potter’s Craft Cider would invest $1.56 million to expand and relocate their hard cider production facility from Free Union to historic Neve Hall, a former Episcopalian church and school located south of Charlottesville on Route 29. The complex was built in 1924 to serve poor families in Albemarle County’s Ragged Mountains area. Through this project, Potter’s Craft Cider is creating 12 new jobs, committing to purchase an additional 6 million pounds of apples from Virginia orchards over the next three years, and preserving the buildings and restoring the grounds to create a unique new cider production facility, gardens, and tasting room.

“I can think of no better way to kick off Virginia Cider Week than by celebrating the continued growth and success of one of our most established and innovative cider producers,” said Governor Northam. “Businesses like Potter’s Craft Cider are quickly making cider a core component of Virginia’s ripening craft beverage industry, creating new markets for our apple producers, supporting local farmers, and bringing new economic opportunity to our rural communities.”

In operation in Free Union, just outside of Charlottesville, since 2011, Potter’s Craft Cider is one of Virginia’s oldest producers in the fast-growing hard cider industry. Potter’s Craft Cider sources 100 percent of its apples from Virginia orchards, and produces more than a dozen traditional and inventive cider varieties, all featuring exclusively Virginia-grown apples.

“Virginia is one of the top ten apple-producing states in the country, with the apple industry contributing an estimated $235 million annually to the state’s economy,” said Secretary of Agriculture and Forestry Bettina Ring. “The fastest growing segment in Virginia’s already booming craft beverage industry, hard cider is creating an increasingly important market for our apple growers—especially those producers specializing in heirloom varieties. I congratulate Potter’s Craft Cider on this expansion and commitment to supporting Virginia agriculture.”

“We are incredibly grateful for the support of the community, County, and the Commonwealth which has allowed us to take on this project,” said owners Tim Edmond and Dave Potter. “We have carefully rehabilitated a 100-year-old stone church to serve as our new tasting room. We are excited to have a home to share our love and passion for cider making and to invite the public to explore the property, gardens, and grounds of our new home.”

The Virginia Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services (VDACS) partnered with Albemarle County to secure this project for Virginia. Governor Northam approved a discretionary award of $50,000 from the Governor’s Agriculture and Forestry Industries Development (AFID) Fund, which is administered by VDACS. Albemarle County and the Albemarle County Economic Development Authority will match the grant with local funds.

“Agritourism is a key component of the future of Virginia’s economy, and I applaud Tim and Dan for their entrepreneurial spirit and vision,” said Senator Creigh Deeds. “The relocation and expansion of Potter’s Craft Cider to Neve Hall celebrates the growing hard cider industry while supporting our many apple growers in the Commonwealth. The growth of local businesses like Potter’s is critical to economic success in our rural, farming communities.”

“We’re so excited about the success of Potter’s Craft Cider and their continued involvement in Charlottesville and Albemarle County,” said Delegate David J. Toscano. “They have contributed a lot locally, partnering with The Haven, a day shelter for the homeless, and the arts community at their cider garden in Belmont. Their decision to restore Neve Hall, a former community center and an historic building in its own right, demonstrates their continuing commitment to our community. Supporting locally-grown businesses like Potter’s Craft yields benefits to many more than just the company, and that’s the kind of result we love to see come from development grants.”

“Agribusiness is one of our target industries, as it supports our rural areas,” said Albemarle County Supervisor Liz Palmer. “The Board is proud to support the expansion of a successful homegrown business, as it creates more jobs for Albemarle County and brings this historic structure back into the public realm. The success of Potter’s Craft also contributes to the growth and success of other businesses across Albemarle County—including the apple industry, as a primary input, and the coach services and tour operators that provide safe transport for visitors.”

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Hospitals hit by ransomware attacks are seeing an increase in heart patients’ death rates

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The way hospitals respond to a cyberattack can result in a slower response to critical heart patients.

After an attack, corrective actions to improve security in hospital information technology systems may “disrupt care processes” and reduce the quality of care, according to a study published by researchers at Vanderbilt University and the University of Central Florida.

Krebs on Security, a site that covers cybersecurity issues, first reported on the study.

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As a backdrop to the study, PBS NewsHour, which also wrote about the research, cited Gillette, Wy.-based, Campbell County Health as an example. In September, Campbell County suffered a devastating ransomware attack that brought down its computers, affecting the main hospital and a number of clinics.

The research measured the time it takes a patient suffering a possible heart attack to get from the emergency room door to the electrocardiogram (EKG) room to get a reading. It also measured the 30‐day mortality rate for heart attacks.

The time to an EKG “increased by as much as 2.7 minutes after a data breach, and this lag remained as high as 2 minutes even after three to four years,” according to the PBS report, which interviewed the study’s authors.

Additionally, “as many as 36 additional deaths per 10,000 heart attacks occurred annually at the hundreds of hospitals examined in the new study,” the PBS report added.

Nevertheless, Adam Kujawa, director of Malwarebytes Labs, a cybersecurity company, says that large organizations with critical services running on computer networks still need to be extra cautious in the face of the rising rate of ransomware attacks on hospitals and schools.

MASSIVE SEXTORTION ATTACK RUNNING WILD, SECURITY FIRM SAYS

“We tell org[anizations] that they need to identify the [juiciest] data on their networks to put behind additional security,” Kujawa told Fox News in an interview.

Not having robust security could also have serious consequences for patients who would be cut off from access to critical services for days or weeks after a ransomware attack.

“It is also important that hospitals do not shy away from enhancing their security,” Brett Callow, a spokesperson at Emsisoft, a firm that makes cybersecurity software, told Fox News. “Not addressing security weakness could negatively impact patient care and outcomes [too].”

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Deer with three antlers caught on camera in Michigan

An unusual deer with three antlers has been caught on camera by a photographer in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula.

The Detroit Free Press reports that Steve Lindberg, a former state representative, spotted the unusual deer in Marquette.

MOUNTAIN LION, DEER PLUNGE INTO CALIFORNIA FAMILY’S BACKYARD POOL DURING WILD CHASE

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The deer with three antlers was photographed in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula​​​​​. (Steve Lindberg)

“Five days before rifle season for Whitetail Deer and look who I get to see, along with his girlfriend. A three antlered, nine or twelve point buck (depending if you want to count the two little tines on the right antler, and the small tine on the left antler),” Lindberg wrote on Facebook on Nov. 10. “I don’t recall ever seeing a three antlered deer before.”

On Nov. 13, Lindberg posted another photo of the deer on Facebook. “One more shot of three antlers … just to dispel any photoshop rumors,” he wrote.

DEER COVERED IN TUMORS CAUGHT ON CAMERA

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The deer was photographed by former Democratic state lawmaker Steve Lindberg. (Steve Lindberg)

Whitetailed deer are found in every county of Michigan, according to the state’s Department of Natural Resources.

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The buck has garnered plenty of interest since it was caught on camera. (Steve Lindberg)

Earlier this year an unfortunate deer covered with tumors was caught on camera by a photographer in southwestern Minnesota.

Follow James Rogers on Twitter @jamesjrogers

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Myles Garrett brawl brings fierce reaction from Steelers players, regret from Browns

A brawl between Cleveland Browns defensive end Myles Garrett and Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Mason Rudolph drew a fierce reaction and regret from both sides after the game was over Thursday night.

Garrett and Rudolph were involved in a skirmish toward the end of the fourth quarter. It led to Garrett ripping Rudolph’s helmet off and hitting him with it. Steelers linemen broke up the scuffle and Maurkice Pouncey punched and kicked the defensive end in the helmet.

BROWNS’ MYLES GARRETT IN UGLY BRAWL WITH STEELERS’ MASON RUDOLPH TOWARD END OF GAME

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Cleveland Browns defensive end Myles Garrett, left, gets ready to hit Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Mason Rudolph, second from left, with a helmet during the second half of an NFL football game Thursday, Nov. 14, 2019, in Cleveland. The Browns won 21-7. (AP Photo/Ron Schwane)

Steelers defensive lineman Cameron Heyward ripped Garrett when addressing the fight after the game.

“I don’t know how he got to the point that it’s OK to use a helmet as a weapon,” Heyward said. “I know we play a sport that’s violent, but it should never have gotten handled like that. That dumb stuff shouldn’t be allowed. For someone to use a helmet as a weapon is uncalled for. I know you’ve got to ask me the question, but he’s got to answer for that.”

Steelers linebacker Mark Barron wasn’t happy either.

“Bulls—t and I will just leave it at that,” he said, according to Pro Football Talk. “Bulls—t because that’s precisely what it was. There’s not much else to be said about that.”

NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS’ JAMIE COLLINS NONCHALANTLY BACKFLIPS AT PRACTICE

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Cleveland Browns defensive end Myles Garrett (95) hits Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Mason Rudolph (2) with a helmet during the second half of an NFL football game Thursday, Nov. 14, 2019, in Cleveland. (AP Photo/David Richard)

Rudolph slammed Garrett’s actions as “cowardly.”

“I thought it was pretty cowardly and bush league,” he said. “I’m not going to back down from any bully. I felt like I had a bone to pick with him. I appreciate the line always having my back, but I was angry.”

Garrett admitted he was in the wrong.

“I lost my cool and I regret it,” he said. “It’s going to come back to hurt our team. The guys who jumped into the scrum, I appreciate my team having my back, but it never should have gotten to that point. It’s one me.”

Browns quarterback Baker Mayfield called the play “inexcusable.”

“This is a physical, violent game and there’s moments if you don’t keep your cool, bad things can happen and he knows that. It’s inexcusable and he knows that,” he said. “There’s no other way around it, he’s going to own up to it and he’s going to handle it and this locker room is going to have to come together because this is going to be a soap opera on the outside much like the media has portrayed us to be for the whole season.”

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Cleveland Browns defensive end Myles Garrett (95) is punched by Pittsburgh Steelers center Maurkice Pouncey (53) and tackled by offensive guard David DeCastro (66) during the second half of an NFL football game Thursday, Nov. 14, 2019, in Cleveland. The Browns won 21-7. (AP Photo/Ron Schwane)

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Browns defensive lineman Larry Ogunjobi was also in the melee. He was seen pushing Rudolph to the ground and was subsequently ejected along with Garrett and Pouncey.

“I saw my teammate [Garrett] getting jumped on, and I went over to go help him out,” he said, according to The Daily Record. “I’m not a dirty player, and I’m not trying to hurt anybody. I feel like if it was you and your teammate in that situation you would do the same thing.”

He said he expected to be suspended too.

“I’ll probably get a suspension for it, but at the same time, if someone is going to come at my teammate, that’s my brother. We have been together for three years. It’s not anything personal, but I’m not going to let you sit there and hit my guy. That’s just wrong.”

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Cleveland won the game 21-7, but with the fight Mayfield said it felt like the team lost.

Suspensions and fines are expected to be handed down over the melee.

The Associated Press contributed to this report.

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Myles Garrett brawl leaves former NFL players, fans shocked: ‘That’s an assault charge’

The brawl between Cleveland Browns defensive end Myles Garrett and Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Mason Rudolph had former players and fans calling for an assault charge on social media Thursday.

Garrett and Rudolph were involved in a fight toward the end of the fourth quarter. It led to Garrett ripping Rudolph’s helmet off and hitting him in the head with it. Steelers linemen got involved as well, with Maurkice Pouncey punching and kicking the defensive end in the helmet.

BROWNS’ MYLES GARRETT IN UGLY BRAWL WITH STEELERS’ MASON RUDOLPH TOWARD END OF GAME

Former players and fans were quick to react on Twitter. Several fans were eager to charge Garrett with assault.

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Garrett is likely to face a suspension and a fine over the incident. Pouncey could also see some discipline.

The third-year Browns star has already been fined more than $50,000 this season for an excessive facemask penalty during a game against the Tennessee Titans and a roughing the passer penalty against the New York Jets.

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Garrett has been a key member of the Browns defense this season. He has 10 sacks, 29 combined tackles and two forced fumbles through 10 games this season.

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Adriana Cohen: Trump impeachment inquiry is Democratic election meddling and a one-sided charade

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While Democrats pretend to care about stopping foreign interference into our elections to preserve the integrity of our democracy, they conveniently turn a blind eye to their own election meddling. The rest of us can see with our own eyes.

First, it was the #RussiaHoax manufactured by a cabal of anti-Trump foes: former FBI Director James Comey, Peter Strzok, Lisa Page, Andrew McCabe, John Brennan and others who took Democrat-funded opposition research — sourced from Russia and an ex-British spy — and used the “unverified and salacious” dossier to trigger multiple criminal investigations into Donald Trump and his associates to stop him from getting elected.

When that failed, Trump-hating FBI agent Strzok texted his lover Page about the “insurance policy” that high-powered officials in the FBI and deep state put in place in case of the unlikely scenario Donald Trump won the 2016 presidential election.

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That was the first known example of domestic election meddling — in a major U.S. presidential election, no less — by those on the left who first tried to block Trump from getting elected in 2016 by concocting a phony “Russian collusion” conspiracy narrative. When that collapsed, Democrats called for a special counsel investigation as a Plan B maneuver to oust our duly elected president from office.

Neither dirty trick worked. Multiple congressional investigations and Robert Mueller’s investigation found no such evidence of Russian collusion, despite the massive disinformation campaign that the #FakeNewsMedia, Democrats and House Intelligence Committee Chairman Adam Schiff, D-Calif., waged against the president, his family and his associates. Election meddling exhibit A.

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Instead of being held accountable for their illicit acts — which, at minimum, sowed enormous discord and distrust in our electoral system and our justice system — Democrats have brazenly moved to election meddling exhibit B: impeachment.

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They’ve launched impeachment proceedings based on a partisan deep state whistleblower and other anti-Trump bureaucrats within the government with no direct knowledge of the July phone call in question, between the president and Ukraine’s President Volodymyr Zelensky. In the left’s insatiable quest for power, facts and evidence don’t matter. They already possess the official transcript of the phone call, which shows no quid pro quo or any criminal wrongdoing.

All that matters to them is hearsay and smoke and mirrors, that the president “may have said something wrong” — despite the fact that Zelensky has said there was “no pressure” or anything wrong with their conversation.

Same with Ukraine’s Foreign Minister Vadym Prystaiko, who said Gordon Sondland, the U.S. ambassador to the European Union, “did not tell us, and certainly did not tell me, about a connection between the assistance and the investigations. You should ask him.”

He added, “I have never seen a direct relationship between investigations and security assistance. Yes, the investigations were mentioned, you know, in the conversation of the presidents. But there was no clear connection between these events.”

So here we have liberal lawmakers choosing to believe hearsay, rumors and secondhand information presented by never-Trump bureaucrats while flat-out ignoring a transcript, a world leader who was on the call with the president and other high-ranking Ukrainian officials possessing firsthand information of what transpired.

That’s corruption, folks, the definition of a frame job.

Democrats have also blocked Republicans from inviting key witnesses to testify and refused to allow the president to have counsel present at the impeachment hearings to cross-examine his accusers. It’s a one-sided charade. The leader of the free world is being denied due process and any semblance of fairness — something that should alarm every American. I don’t care how you vote.

In a recent CNN interview, Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, D-N.Y., said the impeachment inquiry was “not just about something that has occurred.” She said it was instead “about preventing a potentially disastrous outcome from occurring next year.”

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It sounds like Strzok’s “insurance policy” all over again.

If all this isn’t election meddling, what is?

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