The boy suffered serious injuries in the nearly 40 foot fall, Bloomington police Chief Jeffrey Potts said Saturday.
Emmanuel Deshawn Aranda, 24, of Minneapolis, was arrested after the attack and has been jailed on a suspicion of attempted homicide charge. Police do not believe Aranda knew the victim or his family before the incident. "(Through) our investigative work and witnesses that we've spoken to, we feel confident saying that the suspect threw the child off of the third floor," CNN quotes Potts. "But as to why he did that, is still something we're looking into and trying to figure out."
The White House is moving to dissolve the Office of Personnel Management (OPM) and reorganize the agency’s responsibilities into three existing departments in order to “drive what is needed to support the mission in all of government.”
“When we really look at the need for government overall, and we looked at the [OPM’s] design to support those needs, there was a fundamental structural misalignment between the challenges of today around our workforce and what OPM was conditioned to do,” Margaret Weichert, deputy director for management at the Office of Management and Budget and acting OPM director, told The Daily Caller News Foundation on Thursday.
Not good news for the SES (senior executive service). If this happens it will be the most damaging blow ever dealt to the backroom deals. This agency is a keystone. It's importance cannot be overstated. It is the mechanism of insider spying encompassing all agencies. This would be a game changer.
Two days after the Thursday arrest of Julian Assange at Ecuador's London embassy, several government websites were hacked; including Ecuador's official website, the Central Bank of Ecuador, the Ministry of the Interior and the Ecuadorian Assembly in the UK...
I believe I've just found another database dropped with the full names and bcrypt hashed passwords for what appear to be 728 Ecuadorian gov employees alongside 5 admin credentials, one password of which is MD5 hashed (lol). Not sure exactly where these were sourced from yet.
Foxx has promised “total access” to her office to probe the Smollett case, Blanchard said Friday. “There are to be no restrictions to the work of (the Inspector General’s) office, within the scope of our review,” Blanchard said.
Tens of thousands of Facebook Oculus virtual reality (VR) controllers contain bizarre 'hidden' inscriptions warning that "Big Brother is Watching" and "The Masons Were Here" among other things ominous messages, according to Business Insider. According to Nate Mitchell, cofounder of Facebook-owned VR organization Oculus, the messages were "easter eggs" which were only meant for prototypes.
The U.S. Capitol’s overnight custodial staff allege they were sexually harassed, exposed to pornography in lawmakers’ offices and overheard conversations in which others were being harassed, according to a watchdog investigation into 10 years of sexual harassment reports in the Architect of the Capitol, the office responsible for maintenance and operations on Capitol Hill.
In a report submitted to Congress by the Office of the Inspector General, Architect of the Capitol staff said they often do not speak up about inappropriate behavior for fear of retaliation. One staffer reported no one had an answer for them when they asked during sexual harassment prevention training, "what happens if the harasser is a member of Congress?"
Launched in 2013, 100 Resilient Cities had become one of the largest privately funded climate-change initiatives in the world. Starting in July, 100 Resilient Cities will no longer have dedicated staff. Its work, which has been supported by $164 million from Rockefeller in six years of existence, will be directed to other “pathways,” according to a statement... Why 100 Resilient Cities is winding down now isn’t completely clear. Some news reports have attributed the move to a new set of priorities from the Rockefeller Foundation’s president, Raj Shah, who replaced Judith Rodin in 2017... In Accra, the work of resilience won’t stop in the absence of 100 Resilient Cities, Mensah said, “but it will be a major challenge for us. We will continue the work, but it will be very slow. 100 RC is a big platform. We’ll link faster if it exists.”...
South Seattle College Turning Point USA chapter president Katie Daviscourt was hiding in-between parked cars, and dialed 911 in a parking lot on campus on Thursday, after she had realized that a man who had argued with her about TPUSA signage earlier that day had been following her with his vehicle and driving recklessly through the parking lot.
Police are currently searching for the suspect, who, while circling Daviscourt with his SUV, struck another vehicle, prompting him to flee the scene. The incident occurred following an argument over the conservative student’s TPUSA signage, which the suspect had tried to confiscate and damage hours earlier.
A Google spokesperson explained to Fox News that its "Knowledge Graph" analyzed web content on "Unplanned" and that a large volume of it described the film as propaganda and placed the label without a universal consensus.
"When we're made aware of disputed facts in our Knowledge Graph, we work to fix the issues, as we’ve done in this case," the spokesperson told Fox News. Google has updated the search results so that "propaganda" no longer appears as the genre.
The ruling stems from a lawsuit brought by the Second Amendment Foundation and the Illinois State Rifle Association on behalf of a woman who contends that she needed a firearm to protect herself from an abusive ex-husband.
The lawsuit on behalf of the woman — identified as N. Doe —contends the ban is discriminatory against the poor because it does not give them the same right to bear arms that people who can afford private housing enjoy.
“We expect to learn more if and when the Department of Justice receives the referrals, assuming the department follows appropriate protocol and Barr holds any such meeting only with representatives of the majority and minority present," one Democratic Intelligence Committee member told Politico.
"[B]ut it is clear they believe they now have an ally in the attorney general to perpetuate their conspiracy theories of ‘spying’ and their determination to investigate the investigators, no matter how misguided and damaging their efforts are to our national institutions, or the dedicated public servants who work to keep us safe," the aide added.
“No other person, Committee, or entity has Stone’s constitutionally based standing to demand the complete, unredacted Report,” Stone’s lawyers stated.
As part of its full-court press against the charges, Stone’s lawyers also filed motions arguing he was selectively prosecuted. They are challenging the constitutionality of Mueller’s appointment, according to the Associated Press.
On Thursday, the combined evening airtime allowed by ABC, CBS, and NBC for the indictment of former White House lawyer Greg Craig was one minute and 15 seconds. Both ABC’s World News Tonight and CBS Evening News sprinted past the story with 16 and 17 seconds respectively. NBC Nightly News offered a little bit more time (42 seconds) but it was still under a minute.
Spanish-language giant Univision's national evening newscast dedicated a scant 27 seconds to the story, and rival Telemundo went completely missing in action (nada) on the news.
On Friday, an investigation by NPR and Frontline claimed that the White House estimates "technology theft and other unfair business practices originating from China are costing the American economy more than $57 billion a year."es themselves.
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