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    Sen. John Kennedy (R-LA) this week asked a Biden judicial nominee the same question not once, not twice, not six, not eight, but nine times. During a Senate Judiciary Committee hearing on Wednesday, Kennedy repeatedly asked law professor Anne Traum, a nominee for the U.S. District Court for the District of Nevada, over the span of just over five minutes whether criminal acts should be forgiven “in the name of social justice.” Traum’s first answer was “I recognize that all issues of crime and all responses to crime are fundamentally policy issues. So those are important issues. They’re important for our community and our nation. But I leave those policy issues to policymakers. If confirmed as a judge, I would not be a policmaker.” After Kennedy asked the question for the second time, Traum replied, “I do believe that all criminal policy is a fundamentally a policy issue.” Following Kennedy asking the question for the third time, Traum said, “That is not a view that I have taken in my work.” “So that’s no,” interjected Kennedy. “Is your...
    Saudi Arabia has accused France of arresting the wrong man after police said they detained a former member of the royal guard suspected of being part of the 'hit squad' that murdered Jamal Khashoggi.  The suspect was stopped at Paris's main airport on Tuesday while carrying a passport identifying him as Khalid Al-Otaibi, one of the 26 men on trial in absentia in Turkey over the killing of Khashoggi at the Saudi consulate in Istanbul in 2018. But the Saudi embassy in France has since released a statement claiming that officers have arrested the wrong man and have demanded his immediate release. Al-Otaibi is a common Saudi name, a security source in the country claimed, and the man that France thinks it has arrested could not have been in Paris because he is currently in jail in Saudi Arabia along with 'all suspects in the case'.  Khalid Al-Otaibi (circled at Istanbul airport just before the killing alongside other suspects) has been arrested by French police A Saudi passport (pictured) held by a man with the same name was allegedly used to...
    CHICAGO (CBS) – It’s been four years since a young woman’s body was found in a west side garage. The case is still unsolved and the mother of the murdered Chicago woman is looking for answers. CBS 2′ Suzanne Le Mignot investigates. READ MORE: Kyle Rittenhouse Trial: Prosecutors Say Rittenhouse Instigated Fatal Shootings In Kenosha, As Defense Outlines Self-Defense ClaimThe mother says she called the Chicago police detective on the case at least five times in the past two years. She says she’s gotten the same response when she was able to talk to the detective, “we’re still waiting, for the DNA results.” Latonya Moore expresses her frustration, in her quest for justice. “It’s the same thing, the DNA is not back and I was like, how, it’s been four years and the DNA is not back,” Moore said. On May 26th in 2018, Moore’s daughter, Shantieya Smith, was reported missing. Almost two weeks later, She was found in a garage underneath a car in North Lawndale. The Medical Examiner ruled Smith’s death a homicide. She had blunt trauma to...
    The body of Robert 'Bob' Lowery, 46, was found on Black Canyon Trail in Bridger-Teton National Park on Tuesday after a search team was deployed with dogs A body believed to belong to a missing Texas hiker has been found in the same Wyoming forest as van life woman Gabby Petito, after publicity around her case brought forward new tips.  Robert 'Bob' Lowery, 46, was last seen in Bridger-Teton National Forest near Grand Teton National Park on August 20 carrying a sleeping bag and tent, according to Teton County Sheriff's Office. Police had been investigating Lowery's disappearance for over a month without success. But after the massive publicity around the case of Petito - whose body was discovered in the same forest on September 19 - the spotlight was also shone on other missing persons cases in the area. Two part-time Teton residents came forward with information regarding Lowery's case.  They told police they saw Lowery alone on August 20 around 3pm on Black Canyon Trail. They reported he didn't appear to be in distress, according to Jackson Hole News...
    BBVA itself seems to be sending an SMS informing that “we regret to inform you that your account has been deactivated. For your safety, we ask you to complete the following verification.” And a link to a website that mimics that of the bank where you request to enter personal data. It would seem like a crude phishing attempt, if it weren’t for the the fraudulent message arrives in the same official SMS thread that the bank had previously sent us. It is the latest case of what is known as ‘smishing’, a case of phishing applied to SMS. An attack that is repeated periodically and can be camouflaged under all kinds of entities, be they banks as operators, through shops or services that we have contracted. SMS alerts that impersonate BBVA to capture data At the beginning of July, the National Cybersecurity Institute (INCIBE) itself warned of SMS that impersonate BBVA to capture our data, giving it a high importance of 4 out of 5. Those affected are those clients of...
    A PENSIONER who died after contracting Covid-19 had been infected with two strains of the virus at the same time, researchers in Belgium have revealed.  The 90-year-old woman had contracted both the UK and South African variants at the same time and is believed to be the first documented case of its kind.  3The woman had contracted the British an South African variant before her deathCredit: Getty She had not been given a vaccine and was admitted to the OLV Hospital in the Belgian city of Alast after a series of falls in March.  The woman, who lived alone and received at home care, tested positive for coronavirus on the same day as her admission to hospital.  Initially her oxygen levels were good, but her condition rapidly went into decline and she died five days after being admitted. When medical staff tested her for variants of Covid-19 they found that she was carrying the Alpha strain, which originated in Britain, and the Beta variant which was first found in South Africa.  The case, discussed at this year's European Congress on...
    WHEN you think about how you'd react in an emergency, the first thing most of us would do is call the police - but what if making that all-important phone call actually puts you in more danger? Well, it turns out there's actually a little-known way you can TEXT the emergency services - and it takes just seconds to register. 3Georgia's video has racked up over 1.9m viewsCredit: @georgiapennyy/TikTok Earlier this year, TikTok user Georgia Penny highlighted the service in a viral video which has racked up over 1.9m views. In the clip, Georgia explains: "If you're a girl in the UK, I'm practically begging you to do this. "If you literally just text the word 'REGISTER' to 999, you get this automated message [...] and if you reply with 'YES', that's it. "It takes 20 seconds and you've registered your phone number with the UK police." 3She revealed how you can register your phone number with the UK policeCredit: @georgiapennyy/TikTok The service is primarily designed for people who are deaf, hard of hearing or have a...
    Two inmates at the New York Rikers Island jail have been released due to clerical errors in the same week, one of them suspected of an assassination attempt and the other accused of homicide. The NYPD is searching for the two prisoners, one of them identified as Nikim Meekins, 22, who was arrested on March 10 for two incidents, the most serious of which was a shooting in which there were no fatalities on November 3, 2020, for which a $ 300,000 bail had been issued. According to local media, a court spokesperson explained that this Monday he had to appear in court for that incident and for another case of reckless recklessness for open fire on two people last August, although none were injured. The source indicated that that same day he was granted a bond of one dollar for that second case, but the administrative clerk of the court noted that he could also be released on the most serious charges attempted murder. After the error was reported, the judge issued an arrest warrant, and Meekins is...
    New York : Michigan man charged with domestic violence against girlfriend who had an order of no contact with the victim now faces new charges after the prosecutor in the case discovered that in a audience via Zoom both were in the same house. Due to anti-coronavirus prevention measures, the court hearing against Cody Harris, accused of assaulting his partner, was made by videoconference. But the foregoing did not prevent prosecutor Deborah Davis from confirming the presence of the accused at the victim’s residence., in violation of the restraining order imposed by the court. Before the virtual exchange, Davis had received confidences that Harris would be in the same house with the woman, and that, from a different room, he would attend the same hearing in which the victim would testify about the case. “Your Honor, I have reason to believe that the defendant is in the apartment of the complaining witness right now, and I am extremely scared for his safety,” the prosecutor told St. Joseph County District Judge Jeffrey Middleton. “The fact that she’s looking to the...
    The notorious 'Gilgo Beach serial killer' in Long Island could also be responsible for a string of murders 170 miles away in Atlantic City, a new film suggests. The compelling theory was presented in Lifetime's latest movie The Long Island Serial Killer: A Mother's Hunt for Justice, which chronicles the search for the person who murdered at least 10 people whose bodies were found on Gilgo and Oak beaches in Suffolk County, New York, between 2010 and 2011.  The film posits that the same assassin could also be behind the murders of four women four years earlier in New Jersey, known as the 'Atlantic City serial killing'. In that case, each of the women were strangled and left in a drainage ditch behind a motel in Egg Harbor Township in 2006.  The killer was dubbed the 'Eastbound Strangler' because the victims were all found with their heads facing east.  The similarities between the two cases are striking. In the Atlantic City case, all four victims were female sex workers killed by strangling. In the Long Island case, most of the...
    By WILSON RING, Associated Press A woman who allegedly fled the United States for Nicaragua in 2009 rather than share custody of her child with her former same-sex partner has been arrested in Miami. Federal court records say that Lisa Miller was taken into federal custody Jan. 27. She is awaiting transfer to Buffalo, New York, where she was indicted in 2014 on international parental kidnapping charges. Miller's attorney did not return an email Monday seeking comment. But a federal court filing said Miller was invoking her right to silence. Sarah Star, the Vermont attorney for Lisa Miller's former civil union partner Janet Jenkins, of Fair Haven, Vermont, said Jenkins is concerned that the child, Isabella, who is now an adult, did not return to the United States from Nicaragua. “I just want Isabella to know that I love her very much and that I have never stopped loving her,” Jenkins said in a news release issued by the Southern Poverty Law Center, which has been representing her in a civil lawsuit against the people they allege helped Miller and...
    SACRAMENTO (CBS13) – A prowler has been terrorizing women in Sacramento, and one victim claims police may have tracked down the serial peeper and let him go. A woman who lives in midtown, but does not want to be identified, claims she was followed by a man last Friday while she was walking around her neighborhood. The man allegedly started lurking from across the street and then started following her from behind. The woman said she even got out her taser and threatened him with it, but said he continued to pursue her. “I was scared. This guy kept approaching me, even with the taser. This guy is not scared of the taser,” she said. “Only when I threatened to call the police did he turn and walk away.” She immediately called the police, who found the man still in the area. The man was detained, while the police had her positively identify the man. Police released him from custody and never arrested him. Detectives told her he fit the description of the midtown prowler, a man who was been...
    After newly minted Justice Amy Coney Barrett eased into her new job last week with a handful of low-profile cases, the Supreme Court on Wednesday heard its first oral arguments on a hot-button issue since Trump's third appointee joined the bench.  The justices on Wednesday considered Fulton v. City of Philadelphia, a case about whether Philadelphia can exclude a Catholic group from participating in its foster program because it refuses to certify same-sex couples to be foster parents. The dispute followed the city's decision to stop referring cases to the group, Catholic Social Services (CSS) and its later non-renewal of CSS' contract with the city.  Justice Samuel Alito took a highly suspicious view of the city's stance that it may refuse to let CSS participate in certifying foster families in what it said is a neutral application of its nondiscrimination policies. He accused the city of not being able to abide by the fact CSS advocates a traditional view of marriage.  Barrett also appeared somewhat suspicious of the city's position but was much more measured in her questions than Alito. In this...
    SANTA ANA (CBSLA) — Orange County health officials on Tuesday reported an increase in about 100 coronavirus cases in one day. On Tuesday, 302 coronavirus cases and two deaths were reported and two deaths, bringing the countywide total to 57,373 cases and 1,412 deaths. The current case count is sharply higher than usual for O.C. compared to other reported cases in recent weeks. Officials did note, however, that hospitalizations in the county have remained steady over the past few days. For both Monday and Tuesday, the county’s coronavirus-related hospitalizations were at 168 patients, including 63 in the ICU. The county has 36% of its intensive care unit beds and 69% of its ventilators available. The positivity rate and daily case rate per 100,000 population was also the same as it was last week at 3.2% and 4.6 respectively, bringing Orange County closer to moving out of the state’s second-most restrictive tier in California’s coronavirus monitoring system.
    As the weather gets chillier, you may be tempted to stick close to home — in which case you'll find plenty of opportunities to enjoy good entertainment and do good at the same time through virtual events. But if you're itching to head out on the town, you'll find fun ranging from a wahle of a book sale to a new running race to a fall market to the next awesome effort by Rainbow Militia. Keep reading for the ten best events around town this weekend, watch for updates, and don't miss our list of all-free events. Whale of a Used Book Sale Through Sunday, October 18Jefferson County Fairgrounds, 15200 West Sixth Avenue, Golden Colorado's biggest used book and media sale has returned, with some special precautions in these days of COVID-19. But the awesome array of items will be as awesome as ever. The sale is open to the public from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. through Saturday, October 17; on Sunday, October 18, the hours are 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. for what's billed as "Bag of...
    With a vote fast approaching in a Denver City Council committee, city planners are trying to conjure up a magic number: just how many unrelated adults can live together in the same home. "We’ve heard quite a few concerns from you over the course of these last few meetings about those current proposals: chiefly, the number of people allowed to live in a dwelling unit, and concerns of very large households of unrelated adults," Andrew Webb, the senior city planner spearheading an overhaul the group-living aspects of Denver's zoning code, said at an October 6 Denver City Council Land Use, Transportation and Infrastructure Committee meeting. The current version of the proposal, which has been in the works since March 2018, suggests increasing the number of unrelated adults who can live together in the same household from two to a base of five, with the chance to increase this number to ten, depending on the square footage of a home. (An unlimited number of relatives would be allowed to live in these households, too, as is currently the case in Denver.)Related...
    Seville, Aug 19 . .- The Junta de Andalucía recommends that university students occupy the same seat in classrooms and laboratories to facilitate tracking in case of COVID-19 infections, according to prevention, protection and surveillance protocols during the 2020-2021 academic year. Andalusian universities prepare their protocols according to the reference guide sent by the Ministry of Economy and prepared by the Ministry of Health, which pays special attention to the detection of so-called “close contacts” upon confirmation of a contagion. Thus, it stipulates that “it would be more than recommended that students always occupy the same places in the classrooms and laboratories and this location be registered”, so that quick information can be obtained about the people who may have been in contact with a case positive. Last June, the public educational institutions and the Ministry of Economy agreed to start the next academic year 2020-2021 with a mixed education, combining face-to-face and online classes (synchronous sessions) with virtual training activities. The guide recommends the preparation of a list that records the occupation of each student in the classroom or...
    Vanessa Guillén She is a 20-year-old soldier who reported sexual harassment at the Fort Hood military base, the largest in the United States and the world, was disappeared and her body is presumed to have been found, in a recent case that impacts Americans. The last time Vanessa Guillén was seen was April 22 in a parking lot of the Regional Engineers Squadron at that Texas military base, Univision reported. Authorities found his keys, wallet, and documents near where he worked. Added to this is the recent discovery of a body near the León River and the family fears that it is Vanessa. “Everything indicates that it may be my sister. We are not sure, ”a sister of the victim told Telemundo. Months ago, in February, Vanessa He had revealed to his mother Gloria that he was being harassed by a sergeant and was afraid to report him. According to that testimony, not only Vanessa but other agents like her were going through the same problem. The case gained more notoriety when the Army confirmed that a military man, whom...
    AirPods have already become one of the most popular accessories for iPhone users worldwide, including other devices that go beyond Apple. Even, it is no longer considered as a “simple” technological accessory, but as a fashion accessory. So the EarPods, their wired predecessors, they are increasingly rare. At least, they are no longer seen as much in the ears of the users as in the boxes of the iPhone themselves. With this trend, it is not surprising that Apple wants to remove this accessory from circulation, at least as part of the list of accessories included with the iPhone. And this could happen as soon as in the next generation. Of course, this has already begun to give food for thought, and there are people who already consider the possibility that Apple includes AirPods. However, It does not seem that it will happen in the short term. Although it is possible that in a couple of generations they are already part of the pack. From the Twitter account of a frequent Chinese filter, some schematics of what appears to be...
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