The attacks on tourists and Easter worshippers in Sri Lanka are an attack on humanity. On a day devoted to love, redemption, and renewal, we pray for the victims and stand with the people of Sri Lanka.
I'm heartsick for the victims of today’s terrorist attacks in Sri Lanka. Hundreds have been killed and wounded. To slaughter worshippers at church during Easter service is an act of great evil. My thoughts and my prayers are with the victims and their loved ones.
It's unclear where Gaetz may have gotten his information. His office did not immediately respond to a request for comment. However, his fellow GOP colleagues Reps. Mark Meadows and Jim Jordan recently said they discussed the FISA investigation with Horowitz....
Matt is referencing the OIG Report which you can read here. In the section titled Improper Disclosure of Non-Public Information, it states that: "the FBI employees, at all levels of the organization and with no official reason to be in contact with the media, who were nevertheless in frequent contact with reporters." and how "FBI employees improperly received benefits from reporters, including tickets to sporting events, golfing outings, drinks and meals, and admittance to nonpublic social events."
A deep-rooted preference for sons over daughters has skewed the world's sex ratios more than we thought. A massive five-year analysis has found that since 1970, sex-selective abortions in a dozen countries have resulted in 23 million 'missing' girls. These are women that were never born, and yet today, their absence is palpable, especially in eastern Europe and Asia. In China alone, the study found there were 11.9 million missing females, and India had 10.6 million.
The remaining missing births were spread across Albania, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Georgia, Hong Kong, South Korea, Montenegro, Taiwan, Tunisia, and Vietnam.
At an event at the College of William and Mary, he said: “Not only do we not take PAC money, we don’t take any lobbyist money either…we won’t take any lobbyist money from oil and gas corporations.”... But upon closer examination of campaign finance, O’Rourke has taken some $546,344 from individuals in oil and gas; that makes him the politician that raised the second most amount of money from oil and gas, after Ted Cruz. Now, you might think that O’Rourke might still be telling the truth about not taking lobbyist money (or from CEOs)...
Given that the majority of the biological and human health variables remained stable, or returned to baseline, after a 340-day space mission, these data suggest that human health can be mostly sustained over this duration of spaceflight... Finally, changes described in this study highlight pathways and mechanisms that may be vulnerable to spaceflight and may require safeguards for longer space missions; thus, they serve as a guide for targeted countermeasures or monitoring during future missions...
In the desert hills of China’s Gansu province, a company called C-Space has just opened “Mars Base 1,” a simulated Martian base of operations for future astronauts. Plans for the base, currently an educational facility, include expansion—it will become more of a tourist destination soon, with a space-themed hotel and restaurant.
Your name, your favorite football team and your favourite band: The UK's National Cyber Security Centre has released a list of the 100,000 most common passwords to appear in data breaches in an effort to encourage users to select strong passwords.
Is seeing 16 different futures really useful? Imagine for a moment this:
"I want to buy some stocks... which shall I get?" ... the almighty many futures machine says... Stock 'A' has a 5 in 16 chance of going up. See what happened there?
When Hassan Whiteside of the Miami Heat wired $2.75 million to Michael Avenatti in January 2017, the pro basketball player intended most of the money to go to his former girlfriend, Alexis Gardner.
Avenatti was Gardner’s attorney. An actress and barista, she’d hired him just a few weeks before to negotiate a settlement of a potential lawsuit against Whiteside. It’s unclear what she would have alleged. Avenatti quickly struck a $3-million deal, and the $2.75 million was Whiteside’s first payment. Avenatti, prosecutors say, was entitled to take just over $1 million in legal fees, leaving the rest for Gardner. Instead, they allege, Avenatti hid Whiteside’s payment from her and immediately took $2.5 million to buy a share of a private jet.
#Acte23 Slogan of "Revolution" repeated by the #GiletsJaunes Citizens on 20 April 2019 in Paris facing the REPRESSIVE, DICTATORIAL & ANTI-CITIZENS policy of the Executive. Definition of #Revolution: an overthrow of a government stuck to the power in favor of a NEW BETTER SYSTEM pic.twitter.com/0jNslSwclV
After someone reportedly attempted to sell a video that shows New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft engaged in illicit sexual activities with workers at a Florida spa, attorneys for two women charged in the sting operation allege that law enforcement may have leaked the footage.
The attorneys filed a motion accusing law enforcement and prosecutors in the prostitution case of leaking the video in violation of a court order.
Eight blasts shook citizens, tourists and worshippers gathered to offer Easter service in Colombo on Sunday. As death toll continues to rise, so far over 160 have been reported dead and around 400 injured. The government has enforced night curfew.
Robert F. Kennedy, Jr. appeared at a press conference and forum today to debate the topic of vaccine mandates at the Connecticut state legislature. Speaking in a legislative meeting room and by audio to an overflow room—packed with hundreds of parents, vaccine safety advocates, the media, and CT state legislators — Mr. Kennedy educated the crowd on Pharma/government corruption that has led to the unprecedented epidemics now claiming the health of over half of our nation’s children.
Surprisingly or perhaps not, the other panelists on the “Science of Vaccines” forum—three Yale professors and one pediatrician—cancelled their appearances at 11:00 p.m. the night before the event. Their absence is very telling of the actual strength and veracity of the “vaccines are safe and effective” mantra. Were they afraid of vaccine facts? If vaccines are so safe and effective, why didn’t they want to defend them?
This is the same Robert F Kennedy Jr who won the landmark court case against Monsanto for causing a mans terminal cancer, opening up liability for thousands of lawsuits and potentially billions of dollars of damages (as well as getting Round up/glyphosate systematically banned) around the world.
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., is scheduled to hold a private conference call Monday with fellow Democrats in which the topic of the potential impeachment of President Trump will be raised.
The planned call comes as the issue continues to divide progressive Democrats -- who want Trump to face impeachment proceedings -- and party leaders who warn of its political risks and backlash going into the 2020 presidential election, Bloomberg reported...
A woman who sparked a national uproar after berating a 74-year-old man wearing a “Make America Great Again" cap at a San Francisco-area coffee shop earlier this month was reported missing Friday, authorities said.
Rebecca Parker Mankey, 46, didn’t return to her Palo Alto home after a trip to Lake County, the Lake County Sheriff’s Office said. She is believed to be in Aberdeen, Wash., based on cell phone activity that placed her there. Investigators believe Mankey was hiding out amid the negative attention received from the coffee shop incident... she ended up losing her job at Gryphon Stringed Instruments... received numerous threats online and stepped down from her role as co-chair of the Bayshore Progressive Democrats.
Theft is definitely their main path to success. It's made their quality of life skyrocket. The Chinese are masters of corporate espionage. Not surprised that this occurred. Look up Nortel technologies from Canada for a history lesson. That one really hurt the Canadian economy.
Amazon is requiring delivery drivers to snap selfies to verify their identities.
The selfies are meant to protect drivers from unauthorized usage of their Amazon Flex accounts, an Amazon spokeswoman said.
The photos could prevent people — some of whom may not have undergone background checks or be authorized to work for Amazon — from delivering packages under accounts that don't belong to them.
Amazon recently asked drivers to consent to the collection and storage of their biometric data.
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