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    For some people, a moment without your phone in your hand can seem like a lifetime. Now, it seems our obsession with our phones could be affecting our safety behind the wheel. Researchers from Monash University have revealed that people who suffer from severe 'nomophobia' – the fear of being without a mobile phone – are 85 per cent more likely to pick up their device while behind the wheel. In particular, men were found to be more likely than women to use their smartphone behind the wheel, as were young people. Researchers from Monash University have revealed that people who suffer from 'nomophobia' – the fear of being without a mobile phone – are 85 per cent more likely to pick up their device while behind the wheel (stock image) What is nomophobia? Symptoms of nomophobia include being unable to turn off your phone, obsessively checking your phone, constantly topping up the battery and taking your phone to the bathroom.  Previous research has revealed that those with high nomophobia are more likely to suffer wrist and neck pain. They are...
    DENVER (CBS4)– If a bill introduced in the state House passes, it would be illegal in Colorado to fire workers or deny them employment for off-the-clock cannabis use. The bill applies to either medical or recreational marijuana. (credit: CBS) While marijuana use has been legal in Colorado since 2012, it is also legal for employers to terminate workers who have THC show up on a drug test. The bill would also require employers to let workers consume medical marijuana while on the job. There would be some exemptions, like people who operate heavy machinery, work in dangerous fields, or require fine motor skills like surgeons.
    Biden administration lawyers are due in court on Wednesday to defend their use of a Trump-era immigration restriction that has led to more than a million migrants being expelled at the US-Mexico border. The Biden administration says the use of Title 42 public health protections are essential to stem the entry of COVID-19 into the country.  But human rights campaigners say its use deprives arrivals of their right to claim asylum and offers no public health benefit when the coronavirus is already widespread.  In September, a federal court in Washington, DC, issued a injunction barring the Biden administration from using the measure to expel families. However, that was overturned on appeal. Campaigners return to the appeals court on Wednesday where they will argue that they have documented thousands of murders, kidnappings, sexual assaults, and other forms of violence against expelled migrants. Asylum-seeking migrants from Haiti walk near the border wall after crossing the Rio Bravo river to turn themselves in to U.S. Border Patrol agents to request asylum in El Paso, Texas Critics have accused President Joe Biden of failing...
    DRIVING with your parking lights could be useful for drivers at times. It is best practice to check with your local authorities before driving with your parking lights on. 2It is best to check your local laws before using your parking lightsCredit: Getty Images Is it illegal to drive with just parking lights on in the US? The color of parking lights in the US is usually amber, which creates a clear distinction between the headlights which are white, and the brake lights which are red. Several states in the US prohibit the use of only parking lights while driving if all the other car lights are turned off. In the state of California for example, drivers are permitted to drive with the parking lights only when the headlights are also on, or when using the parking lights as a signal to make a turn. Most read in MotorsDRIVE TIME How YOU could face a £1k fine for not telling DVLA about these health conditionsEND OF THE ROAD When will diesel and petrol cars be banned in the UK?INSURANCE WOES...
    WITH the weather heating up across Britain its now officially BBQ season. But is it illegal to have a BBQ on a balcony? Here is everything you need to know... 1Barbecues are not illegal to have on a balcony but you will be highly advised against it - and should check the terms of your leaseCredit: Getty Is it illegal to have a BBQ on a balcony in the UK? Currently, there are no specific laws against having a barbecue on your balcony however you would be highly advised against it. Most leases for apartments will prohibit the use of BBQs on balconies. Even if it doesn't state that barbecues are prohibited on your lease, your neighbours might advise you against them due to the potential danger. London Fire Brigade urge you not to have barbecues on balconies. The advice on the London fire website on keeping BBQ states you should never use a BBQ – including disposables – indoors or on your balcony. It adds: "BBQs can stay hot for hours, so be really careful moving them.  "They also...
    President Joe Biden's administration may still be detaining undocumented immigrants at the southern border – but it will no longer be locking up illegal aliens, under a new policy circumscribing the language border officials can use. Immigration enforcement officials will stop using the term 'alien, 'illegal aliens' and 'assimilation' altogether, under a new memo from top Immigration and Customs Enforcement and Customs and Border Protection officials. Instead, they will use language the administration says is more humanizing, even as the administration confronts a wave of attempted crossings at the southern border.   'As the nation's premier law enforcement agency, we set a tone and example for our country and partners across the world,' wrote Troy Miller of CBP, in a memo obtained by the Washington Post.  Immigration enforcement agencies in the Biden Administration will no longer use the terms 'illegal alien' in their policy statements 'We enforce our nation's laws while also maintaining the dignity of every individual with whom we interact. The words we use matter and will serve to further confer that dignity to those in our custody.' ...
    U.S. immigration enforcement agencies will no longer use the term "illegal alien" in official communications to refer to immigrants in the country, according to two federal government memos distributed on Monday and obtained by ABC News.Immigration and Customs Enforcement as well as Customs and Border Protection will discontinue the use of words "alien," "illegal alien," and "assimilation" from internal policy documents and communications with the public."In an effort to rebuild public trust and reshape our agency's image, ICE will make efforts to avoid using terminology that might be perceived by others as offensive or otherwise disparaging," ICE Acting Director Tae Johnson said in an email to employees announcing the change.A similar memo was sent out by the head of U.S. Customs and Border Protection. Both documents order an immediate change the agencies' lexicons.Immigrant advocates have long condemned the use of the terms as a dehumanizing effort to draw a distinction between immigrants without the means to explore legal avenues of migration."Words matter, and we need to continue to take steps to make sure our policies and our language reflects recognize...
    More On: joe biden Trump says Biden could have avoided border crisis: ‘All he had to do is leave it alone’ Babylon Bee editor-in-chief roasts liberal late-night comedians White House’s social media vaccine campaign to include Fauci on Snapchat Rep. Meeks won’t back Biden infrastructure plan without SALT cap repeal ​T​he Biden administration has ordered federal immigration enforcement agencies to nix the use of terms like “illegal alien” and “assimilation” when referring to illegal immigrants, in favor of more “inclusive language,” according to a report on Monday. ​ The new directive was included in a memo sent to the heads of Immigration and Customs Enforcement and Customs and Border Protection as part of an effort by the Biden White House to build a more “humane” immigration system, the Washington Post reported, citing copies it obtained.​​ According to the document, “alien” will become “noncitizen or migrant,” “illegal” will be called “undocumented,” and “assimilation” will be refered to as “integration.”​​ “The words we use matter,” Troy Miller, a senior CBP official stated in his memo. The memos ​also put the agencies on...
    RIO GRANDE VALLEY — Photos taken by the Daily Caller News Foundation show smugglers illegally transporting migrants, including young children, across the Rio Grande River in Rincon Village near McAllen, Texas on Wednesday. The smugglers used a Seahawk 4 inflatable boat that costs nearly $245 on Amazon to transport migrants across the Rio Grande River so they could illegally cross into the U.S. Hidalgo County Constable officials encountered over 100 illegal immigrants. Hidalgo County Constable officials collected information such as country of origin and the ages of the illegal immigrants before directing them to a nearby Customs and Border Protection processing facility. Smugglers use an inflatable raft to transport migrants across the Rio Grande River so they can illegally cross into the Rincon Village near McAllen, Texas, on March 24, 2021. (Kaylee Greenlee. – Daily Caller News Foundation) Migrants, with help from smugglers, board an inflatable raft in the Rio Grande River so they can illegally cross into the Rincon Village near McAllen, Texas, on March 24, 2021. (Kaylee Greenlee. – Daily Caller News Foundation) A smuggler paddles an inflatable raft...
    The Biden administration and a top Democrat in Congress are moving to repurpose billions of dollars for the Trump administration's border wall to other means of achieving the same goal of deterring illegal migration. House Appropriations Vice Chairman Henry Cuellar, a centrist Democrat who represents a district that includes 200 miles of the Texas-Mexico border, has spent weeks trying to negotiate a deal between lawmakers of both parties, federal law enforcement on the border, and President Biden’s political appointees. Cuellar, who's represented the border district since 2005, has experience negotiating for border security among residents, federal law enforcement, and both governments. He has long opposed any type of physical barrier dividing the United States and Mexico of the kind that former President Donald Trump made the key plank of his 2016 platform. The Trump administration acquired $15.5 billion for nearly 800 miles of border wall projects, which included the 30-foot steel barrier, lighting, roads, ground sensors, and other technology. Biden halted construction of the wall on Jan. 20, just as 450 miles was completed. The construction process was suspended...
    Oregon became the first state to decriminalize small amounts of all illegal drugs Tuesday. Ballot Measure 110 passed with about 59% of the vote. It removes criminal penalties, including prison time, for possessing small amounts of controlled substances. People caught with drugs will have the option of either paying a $100 fine or getting a “completed health assessment” at an addiction recovery center. The law also establishes a new statewide drug-treatment system funded in part by tax revenue from marijuana sales. Another ballot measure in Oregon legalized the use of psilocybin, the active ingredient in hallucinogenic mushrooms, as a therapy for mental health treatment. Voters in the District of Columbia approved a similar measure Tuesday with about 76% of the vote, according to the Associated Press. Supporters of Measure 110 lauded the win as a step toward reversing drug policies that have disproportionately affected minority groups. “Today voters in Oregon will decide the fate of a historic ballot initiative that would decriminalize possession of smaller amounts of all illegal drugs ...providing an early model for...
    President Donald Trump criticized Democrats Saturday for trying to use the coronavirus aid bill to steal the election, by making major changes to election laws. The president said that Democrats had proposed changes in voting laws that would open up voting in 2020 to fraud, including eliminating voter ID and signature verification and enacting universal mail-in voting. “You [know] what it’s about? Fraud,” Trump said. “They want to try and steal this election, because frankly, it’s the only way they can win the election.” The president also warned that Democrats wanted to include stimulus payment checks for illegal aliens, the release of inmates, and the release of illegal aliens in custody. “What does this have to do with stimulus of the economy?” Trump asked in disbelief. “What does this have to do with the coronavirus?” Trump spoke about the measures he did favor, including support for schools so they can open, additional funding for the paycheck protection program, hospitals, testing, vaccines, direct payments for families, child and mental health care, and even funding for broadband internet, agriculture, and airports infrastructure....
    The Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department has been plagued by a gang of deputies who sport tattoos with Nazi imagery and have infiltrated a station to enact civil rights abuses against the public, according to a claim made by a whistleblower. In a claim filed in June against Los Angeles County, Deputy Sheriff Austreberto Gonzalez details that roughly a fifth of the 100 deputies at the Compton Station (CPT) are a part of the gang - called the Executioners.  Another 20 deputies are considered to be 'prospects' or close associates of the gang, the filing states.  The filing has prompted a response from Sheriff Alex Villanueva, who took to Facebook to announce that the department was putting its foot down when dealing with disingenuous deputies. 'Swift administrative action' is taking place as they look into the allegations.  In a claim filed against Los Angeles County, Deputy Sheriff Austreberto Gonzalez claims the Compton station is plagued by a gang of officers who terrorize other deputies and threaten to not enforce laws so they can get preferred treatment  Nearly all the members...
    The New York Police Department is calling on city residents to help crack down on illegal fireworks in the wake of weeks of skyrocketing reports of pyrotechnics, particularly in recent days. “If you use fireworks, you or someone else can get seriously hurt,” NYPD Det. Denise Moroney said in an emailed statement to Fox News. “To anonymously report the delivery, sale or storage of illegal fireworks, we encourage members of the public to call 911 for crimes in progress or 311 to report information.” Fireworks complaints made with New York City's 311 hotline skyrocketed to 6,385 between June 1 and June 19 of this year – 236 times the 27 received during the same period in 2019, according to staggering numbers obtained by Gothamist. Juneteenth saw the highest number of complaints in a single day, with 1,689, followed by June 18, when 1,221 complaints were made, and June 17, with 983, the outlet reported. NYC TO HOST MACY'S ANNUAL FOURTH OF JULY FIREWORKS DESPITE CORONAVIRUS The NYPD said officers seized fireworks – which are illegal – on 26 different occasions since the start of the year through June 14....
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