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Published: Mon, 19 Mar 2018 00:01:43 -0400

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NBC/WSJ Poll shows trouble for GOP in key suburban districts

Sun, 18 Mar 2018 01:53:42 -0400

(image) President Trump’s job approval is up to 43 percent in the latest NBC News/Wall Street Journal poll, but Republicans are seeing their 2018 prospects worsen.

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President Trump weighing in on Stormy Daniels case

Sat, 17 Mar 2018 13:56:57 -0400

(image) A new Trump legal filing seeks to move proceedings to a federal court. Stormy Daniels is seeking the ability to speak publicly about an alleged affair with the president.

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Russian vote problems: Ballot stuffing, coercion, gimmicks

Sun, 18 Mar 2018 15:12:46 -0400

(image) MOSCOW (AP) — Social networks buzzed all day Sunday with videos, photos and firsthand accounts of voting violations in Russia's presidential election.

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Facebook critics want regulation, investigation after data misuse

Sat, 17 Mar 2018 23:20:39 -0400

(image) Facebook Inc faced new calls for regulation from within U.S. Congress and was hit with questions about personal data safeguards on Saturday after reports a political consultant gained inappropriate access to 50 million users' data starting in 2014. Facebook disclosed the issue in a blog post on Friday, hours before media reports that conservative-leaning Cambridge Analytica, a data company known for its work on Donald Trump's 2016 presidential campaign, was given access to the data and may not have deleted it. The scrutiny presented a new threat to Facebook's reputation, which was already under attack over Russians' alleged use of Facebook tools to sway American voters before and after the 2016 U.S. elections.

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UN 'failed to prevent' Syria crimes: opposition

Sat, 17 Mar 2018 09:09:39 -0400

(image) The head of Syria's main opposition group on Saturday accused the United Nations of failing to prevent violence raging in the war-wracked country, including the assault on the Eastern Ghouta rebel enclave. "We hold the United Nations, the Security Council and the international community ... directly responsible for their silence around these crimes and for failing to take action to prevent these crimes," Nasr al-Hariri, president of the Syrian Negotiation Commission (SNC), told reporters in Riyadh. "But let us not forget that the party that holds direct responsibility for the crimes are the Syrian regime and the countries that continue to stand by it".

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Counter-terror police launch murder investigation after confirming Russian exile Nikolai Glushkov strangled

Sat, 17 Mar 2018 00:34:44 -0400

A fierce critic of Vladimir Putin, who was found dead at his south London home earlier this week, was murdered, police have said, amid fears of a second Russia-sponsored attack on British soil. Businessman, Nikolai Glushkov, 68, who was granted asylum in the UK after fleeing Moscow in 2006, was strangled to death, Scotland Yard has confirmed. The former right-hand man of deceased oligarch, Boris Berezovsky, his death came just over a week after Russian spy, Sergei Skripal, and his daughter, Yulia, were poisoned by a nerve agent in Salisbury. The former boss of the state airline Aeroflot, Mr Glushkov had told friends he feared he was on a Kremlin hit-list. Wish suspicion falling again on Moscow, police have reportedly started contacting a number of Russian exiles to discuss their safety. Police and the security services have now reassessed their view that exiles are at a low risk, the BBC reported.  A former bodyguard, who worked for Mr Berezovsky, and knew Mr Glushkov well, said his death had all the hallmarks of a state-sponsored assassination. A murder investigation was launched in New Malden The France-based security expert, who asked to be identified only by his initials, RG, said: “I’m not at all surprised [that a murder investigation has been opened]. “You can easily choke someone in 10 seconds so that they fall into a comatose state and you can then continue strangling them without leaving any other marks on the body. It’s a technique they [the Russians] know well.” Mr Berezovsky was found hanged in the bathroom of his Surrey home in 2013, with the cause of death being put down to suicide. But suspicion has always surrounded the circumstances of his death, with many believing he was one of a number of Putin critics who were deliberately silenced. Another of their close associates, Badri Patarkatsishvili, 52, died at his Surrey home in 2008, following an apparent heart attack. 12 uk deaths with suspected Russian involvement A close personal friend of the three men, who asked not to be named, said he was in little doubt their murders were linked. He said: "All of them were in no doubt that Boris was killed. It is perhaps inevitable that they would be assassinated themselves. "It is a very horrible thing to happen, he was a lovely man, a very funny man with a great sense of humour. It sounds like somebody has a vendetta against them." Boris Berezovsky was found dead at his Surrey home five years ago Counter terror officers continued to probe the nerve gas attack on Mr Skirpal, whose attempted murder led to the expulsion of 23 Russian diplomats from London. Boris Johnson, the Foreign Secretary, escalated the war of words with Russia, when he accused Vladimir Putin of personally ordering the nerve agent attack. He said it was "overwhelmingly likely" that the Russian President was behind the attempted murder, a claim that was described as “unpardonable” by Mr Putin’s spokesman. News of this latest murder investigation will further stoke fears that critics or enemies of Russia and its leader, are no longer safe on British soil. Downing Street said the Prime Minister had been "kept informed" of developments but stressed that Mr Glushkov's death was a police matter and that no link had been made with the Salisbury poisoning case. But Iain Duncan Smith, the former Conservative leader, said the murder of Mr Glushkov appeared to “fit into a pattern” of violent deaths of enemies of Mr Putin. The police investigation is continuing in Salisbury He said: "If there is a link between Mr Glushkov's death and the Kremlin it will be further proof that we are dealing with essentially a rogue state which refuses to abide by international rules and has violated UN laws. "What has been going on is a deliberate attempt to settle Russian scores in th[...]

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Full Brown Interview: 'Hillary and Trump Ought To Quit Talking About' 2016

Sun, 18 Mar 2018 02:48:02 -0400

(image) Sen. Sherrod Brown (D-Ohio) appeared on Meet the Press for an exclusive interview to talk about what Democrats need to do, if they want to win over Trump voters.

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Landmark protest in Angola targets amnesty for 'stolen money'

Sat, 17 Mar 2018 11:07:17 -0400

(image) Angola saw its first authorised anti-government protest in decades with about 10 people demonstrating Saturday in the capital against an amnesty those who have stashed vast wealth abroad. Such an event would have been unthinkable during the regime of former president Jose Eduardo dos Santos who ruled the oil-rich country with an iron fist for 38 years until he stepped down late last year. Some of the demonstrators held up portraits of dos Santos' succcessor Joao Lourenco disfigured with red paint.

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Irish Prime Minister Leo Varadkar joins St Patrick's Parade

Sat, 17 Mar 2018 23:05:35 -0400

(image) NEW YORK (AP) — Irish Prime Minister Leo Varadkar joined along as Manhattan's Fifth Avenue came alive with the sound of bagpipes, trumpets and lots of green Saturday at the 257th running of New York City's St. Patrick's Day parade.

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Astronaut’s DNA different than his twin’s after year in space

Sat, 17 Mar 2018 12:08:07 -0400

(image) NASA researchers found that astronaut Scott Kelly experienced molecular changes during his groundbreaking space flight, and while most of his genes returned to normal 7% have not yet changed back.

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Miami bridge collapse: engineer's answerphone message about crack not heard

Sat, 17 Mar 2018 06:55:00 -0400

(image) Homicide detectives opened an investigation on Friday into the collapse of a new footbridge that killed at least six people at Miami’s Florida International University (FIU), as questions began to swirl about the companies behind the structure’s controversial design and construction. Juan Perez, the director of Miami-Dade police department, said criminal charges were possible once exhaustive inquiries by his detectives and state and federal authorities were complete.

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Senators want CIA to lift veil on nominee's black site past

Sat, 17 Mar 2018 15:30:17 -0400

(image) WASHINGTON (AP) — Gina Haspel's long spy career is so shrouded in mystery that senators want documents declassified so they can decide if her role at a CIA black site should prevent her from directing the agency.

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Britain 'four meals away from anarchy' if cyber attack takes out power grid

Sat, 17 Mar 2018 02:00:00 -0400

British cities would be uninhabitable within days and the country is only a few meals from anarchy if the National Grid was taken down in a cyber attack or solar storm, disaster and security experts have warned. Modern life is so reliant on electricity that a prolonged blackout would quickly lead to a loss of water, fuel, banking, transport and communications that would leave the country “in the Stone Age”. The warning comes weeks after the Defence Secretary, Gavin Williamson, said Russia had been spying on the UK’s energy infrastructure and could cause “thousands and thousands and thousands” of deaths if it crippled the power supply. America this week blamed the Russian government for a campaign of cyber attacks stretching back at least two years that targeted the US power grid.  Energy and security experts say a cyber attack is one of a number of so-called “black sky hazards” that have the potential to knock out power for days, weeks or even longer across large parts of a country, or even continent. New York during a 2003 blackout Credit: FRANK FRANKLIN II/ AP “I think that is a risk that is very real in the UK and it’s also neglected and that sort of scenario could happen anytime, it could happen tomorrow,” said Julius Weitzdörfe, who studies the problem at Cambridge University’s Centre for the Study of Existential Risk. He said: “A lot of people, including in the Government are absolutely unaware what it means, even if we lose electricity for only seven days.” He said a previous study by the UK’s security services had estimated the country is “four meals away from anarchy” because looting would erupt and civil order would start to break down as soon as people had eaten what they had in their cupboards and fridges. The longer the outage, the worse the situation would get As well as a cyber attack, other black sky risks include extreme weather, an electromagnetic pulse caused by a nuclear detonation in the atmosphere and terrorist attacks on key substations or transformers. One of the most destructive risks would be a powerful solar storm. A previous storm in 1859, now known as the Carrington Event, caused so much geomagnetic disruption that telegraph operators reported sparks bursting out of their machines. Such a storm today could cause havoc to electrical systems. Lord Arbuthnot of Edrom, a former chair of the Commons defence committee who now advises the Electric Infrastructure Security Council, said modern life had complete reliance on electricity. That sort of scenario could happen anytime, it could happen tomorrowJulius Weitzdörfe, Centre for the Study of Existential Risk People and businesses were so used to services and plentiful goods at their fingertips that they were unprepared for shortages and had no back-up supplies. He said: “There’s one thing that modern society has come to rely on completely, apart obviously form air, and that’s electricity. “Without electricity, modern life would grind to a halt and the complexity of modern society is such that if you take out one or two little pieces of the jigsaw, the whole thing collapses. “If it were lost for a long time, thousands of deaths is really not an overestimate, it’s a severe underestimate.” One of the biggest problems would be that water supplies and sewage services rely on electrical pumps. “Without electricity a city becomes uninhabitable within a couple of days,” he said. Fuel would also quickly run out because it requires electrical pumps, meaning transport and deliveries to shops, ho[...]

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Security advisers from U.S., South Korea, Japan meet on North Korean summits: Seoul

Sun, 18 Mar 2018 19:46:52 -0400

(image) By Joyce Lee SEOUL (Reuters) - The top national security advisers of the United States, South Korea and Japan met at the weekend to discuss North Korea and the "complete denuclearization of the Korean peninsula", South Korea's presidential Blue House said on Monday. The two days of meetings could also help prepare the way for a possible meeting between U.S. President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un.

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10 dead as small plane slams into house in Philippines

Sat, 17 Mar 2018 06:11:22 -0400

(image) MANILA, Philippines (AP) — A small passenger plane carrying five people crashed into a house shortly after takeoff north of Manila on Saturday, killing all those onboard and five people on the ground, officials said.

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Sen. Paul says the FBI should stay out of politics

Sun, 18 Mar 2018 11:55:43 -0400

(image) Sen. Rand Paul, R-Kentucky, joins moderator Margaret Brennan to discuss the Russia probes and the upcoming hearing to confirm Mike Pompeo as the secretary of state.

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Ex-FBI deputy McCabe, Trump target, fired days before retirement

Sat, 17 Mar 2018 00:31:41 -0400

(image) Former FBI deputy director Andrew McCabe, who has endured a year of withering attacks from President Donald Trump, was fired by the Justice Department Friday just days before he was to retire. "Andrew McCabe FIRED, a great day for the hard working men and women of the FBI - A great day for Democracy," Trump tweeted soon after the firing. "Sanctimonious [ex-FBI director] James Comey was his boss and made McCabe look like a choirboy.

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From Russian spy poisoning to diplomatic tensions

Sat, 17 Mar 2018 07:51:49 -0400

(image) Here are the main developments since the poisoning of a Russian former double agent in England sparked soaring diplomatic tensions between London and Moscow. On March 4 spy Sergei Skripal, 66, and his daughter Yulia, 33, are found unconscious, slumped on a bench outside a shopping centre in Salisbury. Skripal is a former colonel in Russian military intelligence who was jailed in his country for betraying agents to Britain's MI6 secret service and moved there in a spy swap in 2010.

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Israel says foiled Hamas bid to rebuild Gaza tunnel

Sun, 18 Mar 2018 06:52:20 -0400

(image) Israeli forces on Sunday knocked out a tunnel in the Gaza Strip dug by Hamas militants to mount cross-border attacks, the military said. The tunnel had been cut off during the 2014 Gaza war and Hamas had tried to put it back into operation, a military spokesman said. It had been dug inside the Hamas-ruled enclave several hundred meters away from Israel's border fence.

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Miami bridge engineer left message about crack two days before collapse

Sat, 17 Mar 2018 02:33:55 -0400

The engineer overseeing a newly built footbridge that crumbled onto a Miami roadway, killing at least six people, had called the state Transportation Department two days before the collapse to report cracks found in the span, the agency said on Friday. But the engineer's message, including his assertion that the cracking posed no safety issue, was left on the answering machine of a department employee who was away from the office at the time, and it was not retrieved until Friday, a day after the tragedy, according to the agency. The 950-ton, $14.2 million pedestrian bridge, which crossed an eight-lane highway adjacent to Florida International University (FIU) to link the campus with the city of Sweetwater, collapsed on Thursday, crushing vehicles in traffic below. Late on Friday, the Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) released a transcript of a voice-mail message the agency said was left by Denney Pate, senior vice president and principal bridge engineer for private contractor FIGG. In it, Pate said his team had observed "some cracking" at one end of the bridge and that repairs were warranted, "but from a safety perspective we don't see that there's any issue there, so we're not concerned about it from that perspective." He added: "Obviously the cracking is not good and something's going to have to be, 'ya know, done to repair that." The transportation agency described Pate as "FIGG's lead engineer responsible for the FIU pedestrian bridge project" and part of the walkway's "design build team."  The disclosure came hours after US Senator Bill Nelson of Florida demanded documents related to the design, construction, safety and inspection of the fallen bridge while federal and local investigators worked to determine the cause. "If anyone dropped the ball and it contributed to this tragedy, then they should be held accountable," Nelson, the ranking Democratic member of the Senate Committee on Commerce, Science and Transportation, wrote to the FDOT. At least six people were confirmed killed, and police have said more bodies may be recovered from the rubble. The accident occurred just five days after the 174-foot-long bridge, assembled by the side of the highway, was installed during a six-hour operation. "We know that there's people missing, the family members know that there's people missing, and what we can tell them is that we can assume that they're in there," Juan Perez, director of the Miami-Dade Police Department, said at a news conference. Crushed cars lie under a section of a collapsed pedestrian bridge near Florida International University Credit: AP The victims have not been publicly identified, but at least one was a female university student, officials said. At least 10 people were taken to hospitals; two remained in critical condition on Friday, officials and local news media reported. Uncertainty over the stability of remaining sections of the bridge hampered rescue efforts, officials said. Some news media accounts reported that engineers may have been conducting a stress test that might have led to the collapse. But the state Transportation Department [...]

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Navy's new attack submarine named Colorado joins the fleet

Sat, 17 Mar 2018 17:25:03 -0400

(image) GROTON, Conn. (AP) — The U.S. Navy's newest attack submarine, the USS Colorado, joined the fleet Saturday in a ceremony at Connecticut's Naval Submarine Base.

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Russia Feared Hitler's Panzer Tanks. But They Might Have Feared Who Led Them Even More.

Sun, 18 Mar 2018 09:25:00 -0400

(image) Using speed and daring, Panzer leader Hyazinth Graf Strachwitz achieved multiple victories on the Eastern Front in World War II. Russia Feared Hitler's Panzer Tanks. Strachwitz attended the Volksschule and the Gymnasium of Oppeln.

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Walmart worker tips police to arms cache in New York college town

Sat, 17 Mar 2018 14:41:34 -0400

(image) Authorities alerted by a Walmart worker arrested a former Cornell University student accused of stockpiling a semi-automatic rifle, more than 300 rounds of ammunition, bomb-making materials and other deadly devices at his apartment near the upstate New York elite school. Maximilien Reynolds, 20, of New Jersey, a one-time student at the Ivy League school in Ithaca, New York, now enrolled at a local community college, was federally charged with possession of an unregistered destructive device and a silencer as well as making false statements to acquire a firearm. A Walmart employee contacted authorities after Reynolds used a gift card at the Ithaca store to buy ammunition, camping gear, drill bits, hacksaw blades, knives and other "suspicious" items, according to a criminal complaint filed on Friday.

Tonnes of garbage cleaned up from Galapagos coast

Sun, 18 Mar 2018 03:56:53 -0400

(image) Officials at Ecuador's Galapagos National Park say they have collected 22 tonnes of garbage since January off the coasts of the pristine archipelago, some of it from as far away as Asia. The coastal garbage cleanup is aimed at studying "the possible arrival of invasive species in the waste swept in by the ocean currents," the Park said in a statement late Saturday. The Galapagos, the Pacific archipelago of volcanic islands that inspired Charles Darwin's theory of evolution, are located about 1,000 kilometers (600 miles) off the coast of Ecuador.

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Theresa May says UK will 'never tolerate' Russian threat as Putin expels 23 British diplomats

Sat, 17 Mar 2018 11:38:12 -0400

Theresa May has warned the Kremlin that Britain will not be cowed by its decision to expel 23 British diplomats in an escalation of the dispute following the Salisbury attack. Responding to President Putin's decision to escalate diplomatic tensions, Mrs May told a gathering of Conservative Party members that his antics would not distract from the fact that Russia was "in flagrant breach of international law."  Speaking at the Conservative Spring Forum in London, Mrs May said Russia's response, which includes shutting down the British Council, did not "change the facts of the matter".  After being updated by the British Ambassador in Moscow, Mrs May said: In light of their previous behaviour, we anticipated a response of this kind and we will consider our next steps in the coming days, alongside our allies and partners. "But Russia’s response doesn’t change the facts of the matter - the attempted assassination of two people on British soil, for which there is no alternative conclusion other than that the Russian State was culpable.  "It is Russia that is in flagrant breach of international law and the Chemical Weapons Convention."  Timeline Sergei Skripal How events have unfolded Following a week that has seen the city of Salisbury descend into the scene of a major international crime scene, Mrs May also paid tribute to the "bravery" of the emergency services, doctors and investigators who responded to the poisoning of Sergei Skripal and his daughter Yulia.  Russia's tit-for-tat expulsion was widely expected. But the shuttering of the UK consulate in St Petersburg and the British Council cultural organisation went beyond Theresa May's measures against Russia, escalating the diplomatic spat. London may now come under pressure to retaliate more forcefully to Russia. Undeterred by the Russia's withering response, Mrs May reiterated her intentions to "dismantle" the Russian spy network operating out of the UK and to suspend all planned contact between the UK and the Kremlin.   "We will never tolerate a threat to the life of British citizens and others on British soil from the Russian Government." Sergei Skripal with his daughter Yulia The Russian response  The Russian foreign ministry said the move was a “response to the provocative actions of the British side and baseless accusations of the Russian Federation relating to the Salisbury incident”. It warned the UK against "further actions of an unfriendly nature". The statement cited the “disparity in the consulate facilities of the two countries”: While the UK has consulates in St Petersburg and Yekaterinburg, Russia only has a consulate in Edinburgh.  The move was nonetheless unprecedented. Even when Moscow expelled 755 American diplomatic staff last year in response to US sanctions over election meddling, it did not directly close any of the US consulates in Russia. Britain and Russia | A history of diplomatic expulsions The US embassy and three consulates have[...]

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Sen. Heitkamp: Democratic party far from dead in red states

Sat, 17 Mar 2018 18:26:24 -0400

(image) GRAND FORKS, N.D. (AP) — U.S. Sen. Heidi Heitkamp, who is facing a tough re-election fight as the only Democratic statewide officeholder in North Dakota, expressed optimism Saturday for the future of her party in conservative-leaning states such as her own.

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Lyft and Magna Come Together for Self-Driving Tech

Sun, 18 Mar 2018 10:30:00 -0400

(image) The ride-sharing firm and automotive supplier have set out on a long-term collaboration to create autonomous driving technology.

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Pope visits Italy's south to honor popular saint, Padre Pio

Sat, 17 Mar 2018 07:53:18 -0400

(image) SAN GIOVANNI ROTONDO, Italy (AP) — Pope Francis on Saturday traveled to southern Italy to honor a hugely popular Italian saint, Padre Pio, praying silently before a glass display case holding the mystic monk's body in a shrine town that draws millions of pilgrims each year.

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Trump 'fake memos' attack on McCabe raises fears of firing special counsel

Sun, 18 Mar 2018 13:51:36 -0400

(image) Andrew McCabe, who was fired two days before he was due to retire with a pension, characterised his dismissal as an attack on the special counsel’s investigation. Donald Trump cast doubt on memos of conversations between him and the fired FBI deputy director that have reportedly been handed to Robert Mueller, claiming Andrew McCabe did not take notes during their meetings. Seeing Trump’s offensive against McCabe as an attack on Mueller himself, several senior Republicans rallied to support the former FBI director who is investigating Russian election interference and links between Trump aides and Moscow.

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This reunion between cat and owner might be the most heartwarming thing you'll read all day

(image) There's nothing more heartbreaking than a missing pet—but there's also nothing more heartwarming than a reunion. Get the tissues ready, this one is a doozy.  Twitter user @ngvhi hopped online to share the most beautiful story about how she was reunited, five years later, with her sweet cat and first pet. Meet Panther.  SEE ALSO: We're calling 'fake news' on the report that 'Black Panther' caused a surge in black cat adoptions hi I can’t believe this is real because I am still in shock but my first pet ever my cat panther just came home today after going missing FIVE YEARS AGO. FIVE. YEARS. AGO. — nguhi (@ngvhi) March 16, 2018 "Sometime after Panther went missing he apparently turned up in a shelter in the next city 15 mi away," she wrote. "Days before he was going to be euthanized he was adopted! And lived with a women [sic] for a little while in yet another city."  Apparently the woman who adapted Panther kept him until she couldn't any longer, and ultimately gave him to her parents—who just so happened to be @ngvhi's neighbor. So, for over a year, Panther (whose name changed to Charlie) was literally living his best indoor cat life right next door. "These happen to be the neighbors that bought a Siberian husky that quickly turned out to be too much to handle. I started taking care of him until they asked if I wanted to fully adopt him," she continued. Yep that's right, this story also involves a doggo. The neighbors took in her cat, unknowingly, and she ended up with their dog.  of course I said yes which is why last year I adopted my beautiful baby boy trotsky. ALL WHILE UNBEKNOWNST TO ME MY LONG LOST CAT PANTHER WAS LIVING INDOORS. I took their dog and they took my cat. — nguhi (@ngvhi) March 17, 2018 One day, her neighbors called to ask if they had seen a missing Charlie—aka Panther. When Charlie/Panther did turn up, Trotsky the husky (which, side note, is a perfect name) didn't freak out. "HE ALREADY KNEW HIM. THEY’D LIVED TOGETHER BEFORE," @ngvhi wrote.  "Our neighbors were as flabbergasted as us and insisted we keep him because he really was ours. we (I was overruled) decided to give him back since he was comfortable there and we already have a dog and cat," she tweeted.  "It was heartbreaking but I can’t even be sad bc today was truly surreal. They’ve given me permission to visit my beautiful boy whenever I’d like. How is it possible that they gave me this dog I adore and have fostered my first best friend." you know how you lose a person or pet and you wish you had one more day with them just to let them know how much you love them and how much they mean to you? I just had that day with Panther. I never would have guessed that 5 years later I’d get to kiss his little head again ❤️ — nguhi (@ngvhi) March 17, 2018 "You know how you lose a person or pet and you wish you had one more day with them just to let them know how much you love them and how much they mean to you?," she wrote. "I just had that day with Panther. I never would have guessed that 5 years later I'd get to kiss his little head again." this is surreal I