Alyson Brooke Saunders, 23, who worked at Fellowship Presbyterian Church's Fellowship Day School in Greensboro, was arrested Friday morning and charged with six counts of first-degree sexual exploitation of a minor, two counts of sex offense on a child by an adult, four counts of indecent liberties with a child and two counts of crimes against nature... The photos and videos depict indecent liberties against child victims between the ages of 2 and 3, according to warrants. The abuse allegedly happened at the daycare, some of it on a changing room table.
Navy officials say a male sailor shot and wounded a female sailor assigned to the same squadron before security personnel at a Virginia base fatally shot him. Naval Air Station Oceana’s commanding officer, Capt. Chad Vincelette, said in a statement that the domestic shooting took place early Friday in a parking lot outside a hangar at Strike Fighter Squadron 37. Vincelette says the woman was shot several times and is hospitalized with non-life-threatening injuries.
David Malpass, the Treasury official nominated by President Donald Trump to head the 189-nation World Bank, was elected to the job on Friday. Malpass was approved unanimously by the bank's 25-member executive board on Friday. He will begin a five-year term next Tuesday succeeding Jim Yong Kim, an Obama administration pick who stepped down earlier this year, three years before his term was to end. Malpass was serving in the Trump administration as Treasury's under secretary of international affairs. He has been a longtime critics of the World Bank and its sister lending organization, the International Monetary Fund.
U.S. hiring rebounded more than forecast in March and the prior month was stronger than first reported, potentially relieving some concerns about a cooling economy. Wage gains eased and the unemployment rate held near a 49-year low.
Google today disclosed that it has dissolved a short-lived, external advisory board designed to monitor its use of artificial intelligence, following a week of controversy regarding the company’s selection of members. The decision, reported first today by Vox, is largely due to outcry over the board’s inclusion of Heritage Foundation president Kay Coles James, a noted conservative figure who has openly espoused anti-LGBTQ rhetoric and, through the Heritage Foundation, fought efforts to extend rights to transgender individuals and to combat climate change.
So if you're a conservative, expect to be scratched off any 'ethics' panels ruled by a majority of authoritative cultural marxists, and worst of all, those marxists will dig up some synthetic 'rhetoric' and artificially label you as anti-lgbtq in order to destroy you. By Google dissolving this ethics panel, they actually did better than letting it ride out as a far-left marxist committee. Surprised.
Friday's crater mission is the riskiest for Hayabusa2, as it had to immediately get away so it won't get hit by flying shards from the blast.
The Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency, or JAXA, said that Hayabusa2 dropped a "small carry-on impactor" made of copper onto the asteroid on Friday morning, and that data confirmed the spacecraft safely evacuated and remained intact. JAXA is analyzing data to examine if or how the impactor made a crater.
The copper explosive is the size of a baseball weighing two kilograms.
Ocasio-Cortez speaks in an accent that she never uses while telling a room of predominately black people that there is nothing wrong with them folding clothes, cooking, and driving other people around on a bus for a living. pic.twitter.com/FIbIAPokt0
Edward Thomas Parsons, 64, a former physical security specialist with the Department of Defense, pleaded guilty on Sept. 12, 2018 before Senior U.S. District Judge Claude M. Hilton of the Eastern District of Virginia to receipt of child pornography. According to admissions made in connection with his guilty plea, Parsons and his co-defendant, Bradley Robert Segert, administered an online group chat on Kik Messenger, a mobile messaging application, dedicated to soliciting child pornography from other Kik users. Between January 2015 and August 2015, Parsons received and distributed images and videos of child pornography from this Kik group chat. In addition, through the course of its investigation, law enforcement seized Parsons’s personal desktop computer and cell phone and found hundreds of images and videos of child pornography on the devices.
U.S. District Judge George Hazel in Maryland wrote that Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross's decision to add the question to the census was arbitrary and capricious, therefore violating federal law.
Hazel also ruled that adding the question could negatively impact the government’s ability to accurately count the number of U.S. residents. That’s in line with critics’ arguments that undocumented immigrants might be deterred from participating in the census if the citizenship question is included, leading to an inaccurate count.
The Internet Archive got its hands on part of the uploaded MySpace music archive and uploaded it in its entirety to the Archive. The archive has a size of about 1.3 Terabytes, a vast collection of 490,000 mp3 songs that MySpace users uploaded to the networking service between 2008 and 2010.
The lawsuit claims the county has been harmed as a result of what it describes as a “sudden and unlawful change” in policy, releasing asylum-seeking migrants from federal detention into the county while “denying them previously-provided assistance in reaching their final destination(s) outside the County.”
French diplomats say they have scaled back their ambitions for their presidency of the club of big rich countries, after Trump backed out of a joint communique at last year’s summit in Canada and criticized Prime Minister Justin Trudeau.
U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo will not attend and is sending a deputy. One seasoned diplomat in Paris said Pompeo had sent a message that he had “better things to do”.
Motel 6 will pay Washington $12 million to settle a state lawsuit that accused the national hotel chain of providing its guest lists to Immigration and Customs Enforcement, passing along guests’ names, dates of birth, driver’s license numbers and license plate numbers, Attorney General Bob Ferguson announced Thursday.
Motel 6 also signed a consent decree, pledging that it will no longer hand over guest information without a warrant or subpoena, unless there’s reason to believe that someone is in imminent danger. The settlement does not contain any admission of wrongdoing.
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