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    Paul Whelan in Moscow for wedding and not connected to intelligence, brother says Reported by FT.com 6 hours ago.

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    Family Of U.S. Citizen Arrested In Russia On Spy Charges Says He's Innocent Family members of the American citizen arrested in Russia on espionage charges told The Washington Post on Tuesday he is innocent and they are concerned for his safety. Paul Whelan, 48, was detained last week by Russia's domestic security services while he was visiting Moscow. Russia claims he was sent on a "spy mission" but his family said, "his innocent is undoubted and we trust that his rights will be respected."“We are deeply concerned for his safety and well-being,” his family said in a statement. His twin brother David said Paul was in Moscow for a fellow Marine's wedding on Dec. 28, the day he was detained by security services. “It is inconceivable to me that he would have done... Reported by WorldNews 6 hours ago.

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    "[It] looks increasingly like a hostage situation," Kremlin critic Bill Browder said after Paul Whelan, a 48-year-old retired Marine, was detained in Russia. Reported by Brisbane Times 4 hours ago.

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    Brother of Paul Whelan says the retired Marine was in Moscow for a wedding. Reported by Al Jazeera 5 hours ago.

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    Paul Whelan, a former U.S. Marine arrested in Russia on espionage charges, was visiting Moscow over the holidays to attend a wedding when he suddenly disappeared, his brother said Tuesday. Reported by CTV News 5 hours ago.

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    Family Of US Citizen Detained In Russia Says He's Innocent Watch VideoThe family of an American citizen detained in Russia on suspicion of spying says he's innocent.

    Paul Whelan's twin brother told several media outlets the retired U.S. Marine was in the country for a friend's wedding. And his family says they're worried for his safety and wellbeing.

    "He has a background in law enforcement, he was a Marine, he does corporate security, and he travels regularly. So he's not the sort of person who would stumble into a strange environment or make poor choices that could cause him risks," David Whelan told CNN.

    According to Russia's Federal Security Service, authorities arrested Whelan while he was "carrying out an act of espionage" in Moscow.

    The agency said it opened a criminal case under Article 276 of the Criminal Code of the Russian Federation, which is espionage, but hasn't said what specifically Whelan is accused of doing.

    A spokesperson for the U.S. State Department told CNN the Russian Ministry of Foreign Affairs "formally notified" the U.S. of Whelan's arrest but didn't elaborate on the details.

    Russia's state-run news agency TASS says Whelan could face between 10 and 20 years behind bars, if he's found guilty.

    Additional reporting from Newsy affiliate CNN. Reported by Newsy 3 hours ago.

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    A retired U.S. Marine detained by Russia on spying charges was visiting Moscow for a wedding and is innocent, his family said on Tuesday. Reported by Reuters 3 hours ago.

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    A retired U.S. Marine detained by Russia on spying charges was visiting Moscow for a wedding and is innocent, his family said on Tuesday. Reported by Reuters 3 hours ago.

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    KEMP, Texas, Jan. 01, 2019 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Leader in industrial lighting, Larson Electronics LLC, releases a new 3 phase DY11 energy efficient fully potted distribution transformer, suitable for indoor and outdoor use. This powerful and reliable design offers environmental benefits, as well as protection against critical equipment failures. With low ownership cost, high reliability and low heat emissions, this fully potted transformer is ideal for a wide variety of applications such as powering supplies for sensitive technology.The MT-DOE16-FP-3P-480D-30KVA-220Y.127-N3R from Larson Electronics is an extremely energy efficient 3-phase 30kVA fully potted distribution transformer with a primary voltage of 480V Delta and 220Y/127 V Wye-N secondary voltage. The features of the unit are vast and increase the transformer’s efficiency and reliability. Each core in the transformer is engineered with non-aging, cold-rolled silicon steel laminations and coated to protect the internal components from the ingress of moisture. The cores are also electrically balanced which minimizes axial forces that occur during short circuits. Precision cut aluminum transformer winding material helps improve performance, while close tolerances used during manufacturing eliminates burrs.

    Fully potted transformers offer significant energy savings with efficiency that extends the life of the transformer. The unit’s efficiency increasing features result in low heat emissions and ultimately low operational costs. Integrated floor and wall mounting brackets make it easy to install the unit and access power tool accessories. Additionally, because this is a distribution transformer there is an increased level of protection against electric shock. This type of transformer suppresses electrical noise in sensitive devices.

    “This transformer keeps power sources and devices separate,” said Rob Bresnahan, CEO of Larson Electronics LLC. “This increases reliability and enhances the unit’s protection against critical failure, making it even safe to use for a variety of purposes.”

    *About Larson Electronics LLC:* Larson Electronics LLC is a manufacturer of industrial lighting equipment and accessories. The company offers an extensive catalog of industry-grade lighting and power distribution products for the following sectors: manufacturing, construction, food processing, oil and gas, military, marine and automobile. Customers can benefit from the company’s hands-on, customized approach to lighting solutions. Larson Electronics provides expedited service for quotes, customer support and shipments.

    *For further information, please contact:*
    Rob Bresnahan, *President and CEO
    *Toll-free: 1-888-351-2363
    Int’l: 214-616-6180
    Fax: 903-498-3364
    E-mail: sales@larsonelectronics.com

    A photo accompanying this announcement is available at http://www.globenewswire.com/NewsRoom/AttachmentNg/30ebd703-f389-43e8-b93b-444a40977db8 Reported by GlobeNewswire 2 hours ago.

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    Family of American arrested in Russia on spy charges fears for his safety The family of an American arrested in Russia on espionage charges said today that he is innocent and that they fear for his safety.Paul Whelan, a 48-year-old retired Marine, was detained last week by Russia's domestic security services... Reported by New Zealand Herald 2 hours ago.

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    A retired U.S. Marine detained by Russia on spying charges was visiting Moscow for a wedding and is innocent, his family said on Tuesday. Paul Whelan had been… Reported by Japan Today 2 hours ago.

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    Pompeo says Washington will demand Paul Whelan’s return if detention ‘not appropriate’ Reported by FT.com 4 hours ago.

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    WASHINGTON (AP) — The Latest on the change atop the Defense Department (all times local):2:15 p.m.President Donald Trump says he fired Jim Mattis as defense secretary. But the retired Marine general actually resigned in protest... Reported by New Zealand Herald 4 hours ago.

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    'With broken hearts, we have lost a loving son, cherished brother and dedicated Marine.' Reported by Daily Caller 3 hours ago.

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    Ex-US marine Paul Whelan was arrested on Friday on suspicion of spying - claims his family denies. Reported by BBC News 1 hour ago.

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    The United States wants an explanation of why Russia detained a retired U.S. Marine on spying charges in Moscow and will demand his immediate return if it determines his detention is inappropriate, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said on Wednesday. Reported by Reuters India 2 hours ago.

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    KEMP, Texas, Jan. 02, 2019 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Larson Electronics LLC, a leader of industrial lighting, released a portable power distribution substation that includes two transformers, giving operators the flexibility to convert 400V AC three phase electrical current into three phase 480V AC and to convert single phase 230V AC into 120V AC.The MPD-20C-1X400-15KVA-1X230-5KVA-3XL16-20R-3XL5-30R portable power distribution system gives operators the ability to power their 480 and 120 Volt equipment from a single station.

    The first NEMA 3R 5KVA transformer uses a 20` #10 Type SOOW line-in cord to bring 230V single phase power to the NEMA 3R 30-amp 250V single phase primary disconnect. This disconnect contains two 30-amp time delay fuses. The transformer then converts 230V 50/60 Hz single phase power to 120V 50/60 Hz single phase and passes the current to the secondary disconnect. The secondary side of this transformer feeds a NEMA 3R 30-amp 250V single phase disconnect containing two 30-amp time delay fuses. These fuses protect three 30-amp 125V L5-30R receptacles.

    The second NEMA 3R 15KVA transformer also uses a 20` #10 Type SOOW line-in cord to bring 400V three phase power to the NEMA 3R 30-amp 480V three phase primary disconnect. This disconnect contains three 30-amp time delay fuses. The transformer then converts 400V 50/60 Hz three phase power to 480V 50/60 Hz three phase and passes the current to the secondary disconnect. The secondary side of this transformer feeds a NEMA 3R 30-amp 480V three phase disconnect. The disconnect contains two 20-amp time delay fuses protecting three 20-amp 480V L16-20R receptacles.

    The MPD-20C-1X400-15KVA-1X230-5KVA-3XL16-20R-3XL5-30R double power distribution substation is mounted to a carbon steel platform with forklift skid pockets, locking casters and top located eyelet for easy lifting and transportation. The unit is ruggedly constructed to withstand tough working environments during operational use and all receptacles are equipped with weatherproof covers. The unit is compliant with the NFPA 70 National Electric code, certified to UL 1640 and has a NEMA 3R rating that provides protection against dirt and water in open or confined spaces. 

    “This dual portable power distribution system is a very reliable option for remote or temporary worksites where external power sources are needed for equipment,” said Rob Bresnahan, CEO of Larson Electronics LLC. “This innovative transformer gives operators the flexibility to power a variety of equipment with one system.”

    *About Larson Electronics LLC: *Larson Electronics LLC is a manufacturer of industrial lighting equipment and accessories. The company offers an extensive catalog of industry-grade lighting and power distribution products for the following sectors: manufacturing, construction, food processing, oil and gas, military, marine and automobile. Customers can benefit from the company’s hands-on, customized approach to lighting solutions. Larson Electronics provides expedited service for quotes, customer support and shipments.

    *For further information, please contact:*
    Rob Bresnahan, *President and CEO
    *Toll-free: 1-888-351-2363
    Int’l: 214-616-6180
    Fax: 903-498-3364
    E-mail: sales@larsonelectronics.com

    Photos accompanying this announcement are available at

    http://www.globenewswire.com/NewsRoom/AttachmentNg/d0377a90-9be4-46cd-bf4f-ccebea64b9b4

    http://www.globenewswire.com/NewsRoom/AttachmentNg/4f166042-abd6-4197-a734-97f637b544c7

    http://www.globenewswire.com/NewsRoom/AttachmentNg/d3329aeb-f4af-4b76-8aae-ab417fbc791b

    http://www.globenewswire.com/NewsRoom/AttachmentNg/cffca16f-78fc-4ff9-a1aa-834dab77d48c Reported by GlobeNewswire 2 hours ago.

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    Check out the link to the full post soon from NewsBusters! Reported by CNSNews.com 1 hour ago.

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    Trump rants about the government shutdown, stock market 'glitches,' Tom Cruise, and more during wild Cabinet meeting· President Donald Trump held a Cabinet meeting on Wednesday.
    · He spoke with the press for roughly an hour-and-a-half during the meeting.
    · Trump hit on topics including the government shutdown, border wall, Sen. Mitt Romney, the military withdrawal from Syria, former Defense Secretary James Mattis, the stock market, and more.

    President Donald Trump kicked off 2019 with a wild, scattershot Cabinet meeting Wednesday that hit on topics ranging from funding the long-promised wall on the US-Mexico broader to the similarities between US generals and Tom Cruise.

    During the roughly hour-and-a-half long meeting in the White House, Trump took questions from reporters after a relatively quiet holiday break.

    The president weighed in on a variety of topics, including:

    · *The government shutdown*: Trump said the government should stay shut down until Democrats acquiesce to his demands for more than $5 billion in border wall funding. The shutdown is now in its 12th day, and congressional leaders are set to meet with Trump on Wednesday.
    · *His Christmas plans*: The president also complained that the shutdown forced him to stay at the White House over Christmas. "I was here on Christmas evening, I was all by myself in the White House," he said. "That's a big, big house. Except for all the guys out on the lawn with machine guns. I was waving to them. I never saw so many guys with machine guns in my life." First lady Melania Trump flew back to the White House to spend Christmas with her husband.
    · *The decision to pull troops out of Syria*: Trump declined to give a timetable for the withdrawal of troops form Syria, but reiterated his decision to do so. "So Syria was lost long ago. It was lost long ago. Besides that, we're talking about sand and death," Trump said. "That's what we're talking about. We're not talking about vast wealth, we're talking about sand and death."
    · *The stock market*: Trump dismissed the stock market's terrible December, blaming the historic monthly drop on a "little glitch." The president also predicted that stocks once head higher once the US negotiates updates to a variety of trade deals.
    · *The departure of former Secretary of Defense James Mattis*:

    · *Trump criticized Mattis*, the recently departed secretary of defense, complaining about the former Marine Corps general's handling of Afghanistan. "What's he done for me? How had he done in Afghanistan? Not too good," Trump said.
    · *The president also claimed he "essentially" fired Mattis*, contradicting White House assertions that the defense secretary stepped down. Mattis disagreed with Trump's decisions to withdrawal troops from Syria and Afghanistan.

    · *Mitt Romney's op-ed*: Trump hit back at incoming Sen. Mitt Romney of Utah, who criticized the president in an op-ed for the Washington Post on Tuesday. "I don't know if he's going to become a team player. I hope he does. If he does, it will be better for him I think people are upset with what he did," Trump said. "He's not even in office yet, he's not gotten to office. He was very happy when I endorsed him. So you know, I don't know what changed."
    · *The similarities of US generals to Tom Cruise*: While addressing the topic of Iran's influence in the Middle East, Trump favorably compared US military leaders to movie star Tom Cruise. "When I became president, I had a meeting at the Pentagon with lots of generals," Trump said. "They were like from a movie, better looking than Tom Cruise — and stronger."

    *SEE ALSO: Trump says the market's recent sell-off was just a 'little glitch' after stocks post the worst December since the Great Depression*

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    NOW WATCH: MSNBC host Chris Hayes thinks President Trump's stance on China is 'not at all crazy' Reported by Business Insider 2 hours ago.

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    The United States wants an explanation for why Russia detained a retired U.S. Marine on spying charges in Moscow and will demand his immediate return if it determines… Reported by Japan Today 2 hours ago.

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