– The Washington Times – Wednesday, September 27, 2017

The FBI has about 1,000 open domestic terrorism investigations — approximately the same number as more traditional jihadi terrorist cases — the bureau’s new director said Wednesday, as he sought to assure Congress that his agents take the domestic threat seriously.After last month’s clashes in Charlottesville, Virginia, Democrats said they believe the Trump administration is too focused on radical Islam and isn’t paying enough attention to white supremacists and anti-government militants here at home.Several Democrats at a Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee hearing on threats to the country said they wanted different priorities. They said the white nationalists and anti-government groups pose even bigger dangers.Sen. Claire McCaskill, Missouri Democrat, said there have been nearly three times as many domestic terrorism incidents in the years since Sept. 11, 2001, as there have been foreign-inspired jihadi incidents. She said the combined death tolls are similar for both categories — 106 for domestic and 119 for Islamic extremists.“I don’t think Americans understand the level of threat we have in this country from white supremacists,” said Ms. McCaskill, the ranking Democrat on the committee.Sen. Kamala D. Harris, California Democrat, demanded that the committee open an investigation into the dangers

The mysterious life of Kim Jong Un’s wife, Ri Sol-ju, who probably has 3 children and frequently disappears from the public eye Business Insider Michelle Mark Slide 1 of 15: <p> Few details are known about Ri Sol-ju, the woman who in 2012 was identified as the wife of North Korean dictator <a href="http://www.businessinsider.com/kim-jong-un-life-2016-9?utm_source=msn.com&amp;utm_medium=referral&amp;utm_content=msn-slideshow&amp;utm_campaign=bodyurl">Kim Jong Un</a>.</p><p> Ri is thought to be 28 now and a mother to three children, according to South Korean intelligence reports. The Hermit Kingdom's secretive government, however, has not confirmed that information.</p><p> Ri doesn't appear in public very often. She's usually seen when Kim celebrates missile test launches, and is always photographed smiling politely, wearing clean-cut, pastel-colored dresses.</p><p> Ri was reportedly born into an elite family - her father was a professor and her mother a doctor - but little else is known about her life or how she ultimately became the wife of the world's most notorious living dictator.</p><strong> Here's everything we know about Ri Sol-ju:</strong>Slide 2 of 15: Ri Sol-ju was first identified as the wife of Kim Jong Un in July 2012, when North Korean state media made it official.Slide 3 of 15: <p><a href="http://www.cnn.com/2012/07/10/world/asia/north-korea-kim-woman/index.html"> Source: CNN</a></p>Slide 4 of 15: <p>Source: <a href="http://www.nytimes.com/2012/07/26/world/asia/north-korean-leader-marries-reports-say.html?smid=pl-share"> The New York Times</a></p>Slide 1 of 15: <p> Few details are known about Ri Sol-ju, the woman who in 2012 was identified as the wife of North Korean dictator <a href=”http://www.businessinsider.com/kim-jong-un-life-2016-9?utm_source=msn.com&amp;utm_medium=referral&amp;utm_content=msn-slideshow&amp;utm_campaign=bodyurl”>Kim Jong Un</a>.</p><p> Ri is thought to be 28 now and a mother to three children, according to South Korean intelligence reports. The Hermit Kingdom’s secretive government, however, has not confirmed that information.</p><p> Ri doesn’t appear in public very often. She’s usually seen when Kim celebrates missile test launches, and is always photographed smiling politely, wearing clean-cut, pastel-colored dresses.</p><p> Ri was reportedly born into an elite family – her father was a professor and her mother a doctor – but little else is known about her life or how she ultimately became the wife of the world’s most notorious living dictator.</p><strong> Here’s everything we know about Ri Sol-ju:</strong>1/15 SLIDES © KCNA via ReutersFew details are known about Ri Sol-ju, the woman who in 2012 was identified as the wife of North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un.Ri is thought to be 28 now and a mother to three children, according to South Korean intelligence reports. The Hermit Kingdom’s secretive government, however, has not confirmed that information.Ri doesn’t appear in public very often. She’s usually seen when Kim celebrates missile test launches, and is always photographed smiling politely, wearing clean-cut, pastel-colored dresses.Ri was reportedly born into an elite family – her father was a professor and her mother a doctor – but little else is known about her life or how she ultimately became the wife of the world’s most notorious living dictator.Here’s everything we know about Ri Sol-ju:

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