Cartel gunmen and Mexican military forces clashed in this border city just hours before Mexican President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador visited Reynosa to push a new economic plan for border cities. The local head of the Gulf Cartel in the border city of Nuevo Progreso is presumed to have been killed in that clash.
The gun battle took place in the early morning hours of Friday when close to 20 SUVs with Gulf Cartel the Scorpions faction of the Gulf Cartel rolled into Reynosa as they continue their turf war with the faction called Los Metros. The two factions clashed in the city’s eastern side, including various industrial areas and the neighborhoods surrounding the city’s airport and near the international bridge with Pharr, Texas.
The annual Gallup Honesty and Ethics Poll was just released and the results show the most trusted profession -- ranked number one for an astounding 17th consecutive year -- is... drum roll, please... nursing.
When a sampling of random people in the U.S. were phoned and asked "please tell me how you would rate the honesty and ethical standards of people in these different fields," more than 84% rated nurses as "high" or "very high." (Other ratings they could have chosen were "average," "low," or "very low.")
While federal investigators identified five teenagers 26-year-old Toney Kelsey victimized, the Hartford Courant reports how witnesses testified that as many as 50 people worked as prostitutes for him.
Kelsey was originally arrested by Wethersfield police in 2016 after the discovery of minors being trafficked for sex at the Cityside Inn. Prosecutors say Kelsey recruited a 17-year-old girl to work as a prostitute and arranged to split half of the proceeds with her. He also contacted a 15-year-old girl using his Facebook account and set up prostitution appointments for her.
Kelsey has been ordered pay restitution to his minor victims and serve five years of supervised release after he finishes his prison term.
According to an August 2011 financial disclosure report by the Romneys, Ann Romney's blind trust had an investment valued between $15,001 and $50,000 in Goldman's GS Capital Partners III.
Goldman said on Sunday that GS Capital Partners III signed a deal last Friday to sell its 16 percent stake in Village Voice Media, which owns the website Backpage.com, back to management.
Critics argue that Backpage.com facilitates the trafficking of underage prostitutes and sex slaves, although others question that.
When must companies receive permission to use biometric data like your fingerprints or your face? The question is a hot topic in Illinois where a controversial law has ensnared tech giants Facebook and Google, potentially exposing them to billions in dollars in liability over their facial recognition tools.
An advisory board is drafting guidelines that may help shape worldwide norms for military artificial intelligence — and woo Silicon Valley to defense work.
U.S. defense officials have asked the Defense Innovation Board for a set of ethical principles in the use of artificial intelligence in warfare. The principles are intended to guide a military whose interest in AI is accelerating — witness the new Joint Artificial Intelligence Center — and to reassure potential partners in Silicon Valley about how their AI products will be used.
In an interview Thursday morning with 'Good Day New York,' Alan Dershowitz pushed back against allegations that he had sex with underage girls through billionaire convicted pedophile Jeffrey Epstein. He said he is being framed and has emails that will put "prominent people in handcuffs."
"There are emails so far that are secret, but that prove, not only that I was framed, but who framed me," Dershowitz said. "It names names. These people are going to go to jail once these e-mails come out because this was a total frame up for financial reasons, and I can prove it, and will prove it. Have me back on the show when the e-mails come out, boy it will be so interesting because there will be prominent people in handcuffs. Prominent people in handcuffs once these e-mails come out."
As the humanitarian crisis continues along the U.S-Mexico Border, officials with the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) say that 22,000 minors “illegally crossed the border” in December. Nearly 25 percent of those were unaccompanied.
In an instant I wasn't a dad: Millionaire reveals shattering moment a doctor told him he COULDN'T be the father of three adored boys he had raised for 21 years because he had been infertile since birth
In the lawsuit, the government claims that the Weather Company deceived users into turning on their location tracking, saying it would only be used to receive more precise weather reports. But the company never disclosed that it would also monetize the data and use it for other purposes not related to weather alerts or forecasts. In the lawsuit, the government claims that the Weather Company used the data for targeted marketing and hedge fund analysis.
The software's name is GHIDRA and in technical terms, is a disassembler, a piece of software that breaks down executable files into assembly code that can then be analyzed by humans.
In total, the NSA has open-sourced 32 projects as part of its Technology Transfer Program (TTP) so far and has most recently even opened an official GitHub account.