The department has admitted mishandling voter registration information for 23,000 drivers and double-registering as many as 77,000 others.
"The errors include registering 16-year-olds to vote....we have numbers of people who had their registration changed without their approval or knowledge. And actually sending them ballots they could vote through the mail," he said.
The audit will be heard at a special hearing in May.
These documents are sure to shed light on what the Obama Administration claimed to have had as far as evidence regarding Russia’s interference in the 2016 election. It’s also certain that there will be very enlightening information contained in the communications between the Obama officials and shed some light on what actually transpired during the election cycle.
Rather than entering the race himself, Mr. Bloomberg intends to plow his political energy and immense personal fortune into other efforts to thwart Mr. Trump and his agenda, including an initiative aimed at rapidly accelerating the country’s transition to renewable energy. Mr. Bloomberg also expects to be heavily involved in the 2020 general election, organizing and funding opposition to Mr. Trump.
Pacific Justice Institute (PJI) represents Artis Breau, the widow who has come under fire. Artis and her late husband moved to the Veterans Home about nine years ago. Her husband had served as a Merchant Marine in World War II, served in the famed 82nd Airborne Division overseas, and then served in the Air Force during the Korean War. Meanwhile, Artis worked as a civilian employee in the Office of the Chief of Staff of the Army at the Pentagon during the Korean War.
For much of the past decade, Artis has volunteered with the chaplaincy program and led Bible studies in the Home. She began encountering opposition from officials last September when it was claimed that a discussion between herself and another resident about heaven and hell had allegedly caused him to lose sleep and therefore was elder abuse, emotional abuse, and otherwise illegal.
Explosive packages in yellow jiffy bags were received at Heathrow Airport, City Airport and Waterloo station
Areas of the three major transport terminals were sealed off, but impact on flights and trains was limited
Police have now confirmed devices were small improvised explosive devices, capable of starting a fire
The device sent to an office building near Heathrow went off, causing a fire, but other two were not opened
When we publicly demanded that Facebook stop messing with users’ phone numbers last week, we weren’t expecting the social network to double down quite like this: By default, anyone can use the phone number that a user provides for two-factor authentication (2FA) to find that user’s profile. For people who need 2FA to protect their account and stay safe, Facebook is forcing them into unnecessarily choosing between security and privacy.
The problems with Facebook’s phone number look-up feature are not entirely new. Facebook even promised to disable the functionality last April in the wake of the Cambridge Analytica scandal. Now, others can no longer enter your phone number directly into the Facebook search bar to find your profile. Instead, they can still use your phone number “in other ways, such as when someone uploads your contact info to Facebook from their mobile phone,”...
“Vaccines given in Kentucky, Ohio and Indiana causing infections,” read one headline that was suppressed to the deepest darkest depths of the search engine algorithm.... Last month, the health department in Kentucky found out that vaccines for the flu, whooping cough, and hepatitis A not only weren't working but they were infecting people.
As WKRC points out, the company Location Vaccination started providing vaccines for businesses in Kentucky, Ohio and Indiana in September. Shortly after, some people started noticing swelling and lumps at the injection site... The health department is now warning people in these states, who have received one of these vaccines, to be on the look out for infection as symptoms can show up three months after getting the shot.
Two men traveling from Central America were killed and eight others wounded Sunday after a group of armed men opened fire on the migrants because they refused to pay bribes to pass through a region of southern Mexico they control, according to local media.
Family members of the two Guatemalan victims told El Universal that the trucks had been driving through the town of Venustiano Carranza when men toting AK-47 rifles jumped out and "asked for money to be able to continue."
The agency has not used the system in months, and the Trump administration might not ask Congress to renew its legal authority, which is set to expire at the end of the year, according to the aide, Luke Murry, the House minority leader’s national security adviser.
In a raw assertion of executive power, President George W. Bush’s administration started the program as part of its intense pursuit for Qaeda conspirators in the weeks after the 2001 terrorist attacks, and a court later secretly blessed it. The intelligence contractor Edward J. Snowden disclosed the program’s existence in 2013, jolting the public and contributing to growing awareness of how both governments and private companies harvest and exploit personal data.
Trump suggested he was unwilling to comply with the House Judiciary Committee’s requests for documents related to 81 of his associates, citing what he said was former President Obama’s handling of congressional probes during his time in office.
“They didn't give one letter. They didn't do anything. They didn't give one letter of the requests,” he said.
An upcoming game called Rape Day is slated for release on the service next month. And it’s a title that seems designed to court controversy. Described by the developer as “a game where you can rape and murder during a zombie apocalypse,” it is said to contain elements of violence, sexual assault, non-consensual sex, obscene language, necrophilia, and incest. Screenshots from the game show much of this taking place.
Gamers have actively derided Rape Day on social media, criticizing Steam for not removing it from the service. (The game is currently under review by Steam, according to a March 4 statement by the developer.)
The House Intelligence Committee has hired a seasoned former Southern District of New York federal prosecutor with experience going after Russian organized crime to lead its myriad investigations into President Donald Trump.
Chairman Adam Schiff (D-Calif.) announced on Tuesday that Daniel Goldman joined the committee last month as senior adviser and director of investigations. Goldman, who was second-in-command at SDNY’s organized crime unit, has prosecuted the Russian mob and has secured convictions for racketeering, murder and money laundering, including against the Genovese crime family.
“Nationalist retrenchment offers nothing; it is rejection without an alternative,” Macron warns in the letter, published in 22 languages and published in newspapers across Europe. “And this trap threatens the whole of Europe: the anger mongers, backed by fake news, promise anything and everything.”
Beyond those challenges, Macron has cast himself as a defender of the international order on the world stage, giving strong denunciations of nationalism in both Congress and the United Nations. But even that has come as nationalist-populist governments have strengthened their grip on power in countries such as Hungary and Italy -- with whom Macron has feuded in recent months on the subject of migration.
Sybil Stallone refers to herself as a “Brunette Barbie” and now works at Sheri's Ranch, a legal brothel located near Las Vegas. The infamous brothel says it has become acutely aware of the growing worldwide popularity of sex robot brothels and so was keen to add Stallone to its line up of sex workers.
She has had to undergo significant surgical augmentations in order to turn herself into a sentient sex doll and these surgeries include a nose job, cheek, chin, and lip fillers, a butt lift, and a boob job that increased her breast size from a D-cup to a G-cup.
The Comment to Rule 1.7 further states: “When lawyers representing different clients in the same matter. . . are closely related, there may be a significant risk that client confidences will be revealed and that the lawyer’s family relationship will interfere with both loyalty and professional judgment. As a result, each client is entitled to know of the existence and implications of the relationship between the lawyers, before the lawyer agrees to undertake the representation. Thus, a lawyer who has a significant intimate or close family relationship with another lawyer ordinarily may not represent a client in a matter where the other lawyer is representing another party, unless each client gives informed consent . . . ”
“Without a comprehensive strategy that considers development of large natural gas resources, both onshore and offshore, it will be difficult to reduce the volume of imports demanded for power generation and industrial use. On the other hand, interconnection of US and Mexico natural gas markets appears to work, and at present, the cheap natural gas from Texas seems a far more convenient option for Mexico than having to face permanent and systematic shortfalls of supply.
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