A day after Haverford Township officials shut down the Bon Air Fire Company for not parting with a volunteer who had tried to join the far-right men’s group the Proud Boys, the company issued a statement Thursday defending the firefighter and its decision to keep him. Bon Air said Thursday that the volunteer, who has been identified as Bruce McClay Jr., had done nothing wrong as a firefighter and was exercising his “right to freely assemble and to freely associate with others”...
This all started because an antifa activist reported McClay to the thought police for a thought crime:
The controversy surrounding McClay began in mid-August, when an antifascist activist notified Haverford officials of the volunteer’s association with a local chapter of the Proud Boys, who advocates for “closed borders," “anti-political correctness," and “venerating the housewife.” In the past, the group’s leadership has denied valuing white supremacy, although members have shared white nationalist content.
Tatarstan is an autonomous republic within Russia, where the largest ethnic group are the Tatars. Their traditional music is a mixture of Turkic and Finno-Ugric elements, reportedly bridging Mongolian and Hungarian music. Nonetheless, the most distinguishing feature of Tatar music is the pentatonic scale, which aligns it with the Chinese and Vietnamese musical traditions. Instrumental dance music, secular song and sacred music are all a part of Tatar folk music. Instrumentation includes the kubyz (jaw harp), surnay, quray (flute) and garmon-talianka.
India lost contact with its Vikram lunar lander Friday (Sept. 6) during a daring attempt to make history as the first country to land near the south pole. The landing anomaly may have dashed Indian dreams of becoming just the fourth country to successfully soft-land a spacecraft on the moon...
That announcement came at 4:48 p.m. EDT (2048 GMT) from K. Sivan, the director of ISRO. "Vikram lander descent was as planned and normal performance was observed up to an altitude of 2.1 kilometers [1.3 miles]," Sivan said in an announcement at mission control. "Subsequently the communications from the lander to the ground station was lost. The data is being analyzed."
Own a rifle? Got a scope to go with it? The government might soon know who you are, where you live and how to reach you.
That’s because Apple and Google have been ordered by the U.S. government to hand over names, phone numbers and other identifying data... of a single gun scope app, Forbes has discovered. It's an unprecedented move: never before has a case been disclosed in which American investigators demanded personal data of users of a single app from Apple and Google. And never has an order been made public where the feds have asked the Silicon Valley giants for info on so many thousands of people in one go.
If Apple and Google decide to hand over the information, it could include data on thousands of innocent people who have nothing to do with the crimes being investigated, privacy activists warned...
A weakened Hurricane Dorian flooded homes on North Carolina’s Outer Banks on Friday with a ferocity that took even storm-hardened residents by surprise, forcing people to retreat to their attics. Hundreds were feared trapped by high water. Sheriff’s officials sent medics and other rescuers to Ocracoke Island — accessible only by boat or air — to reach those who made the mistake of defying mandatory evacuation orders along the 200-mile (320-kilometer) ribbon of low-lying islands that stick out from the Eastern Seaboard like the side-view mirror on a car.
Aleksejs Kuprins, a security researcher at cybersecurity threat intelligence specialists CSIS Security Group, said “Joker” spyware -- which derives its name from one of the command-and-control servers found by CSIS researchers -- has been detected in 24 apps that have collectively been installed over 472,000 times. After infecting a device, Joker could steal SMS messages, contact information, and other sensitive data. The spyware also signed users up for premium subscriptions without their consent. Joker "delivers a second-stage component, which silently simulates the interaction with advertisement websites, steals the victim’s SMS messages, the contact list and device info," Kuprins explained.
Federal health officials said Friday that a third person has died from a mysterious lung illness tied to vaping. There are now 450 possible cases in 33 states and one territory, three deaths, and one death under investigation, they said... Although federal and state officials said the definitive cause of the illness remains unknown, “the severity of the illness and the recent increase in the incidence of this clinical syndrome indicates that these cases represent a new or newly recognized and worrisome cluster of pulmonary disease related to vaping,” according to a report by health department officials in Wisconsin and Illinois.
“We want to thank Mr. Watkins for his cooperation today. He provided vast and helpful information to the Committee about the structure, operation, and policies of 8Chan and his other companies. We look forward to his continued cooperation with the Committee as he indicated his desire to do so during today’s deposition.”
Henrik Olsson Lilja was leaving his apartment building in downtown Stockholm shortly before nine this morning when a gunman approached and shot him. Neighbors saw a person wrestle the lawyer in a stairwell, before the shooting and gave Olsson Lilja a phone to call the police, who have since arrested several suspects. A woman, also a senior lawyer, who was previously banned from contacting Olsson Lilja is among those arrested, but the shooter has been identified as a man... The gunman swiftly jumped into a waiting SUV and sped off and the lawyer's condition is unknown. He is still at large.
Eight-and-a-half-months pregnant and experiencing contractions, a Salvadoran woman who had crossed the Rio Grande and was apprehended by the Border Patrol was forced to go back to Mexico. Agents took her to the hospital, where doctors gave her medication to stop the contractions. And then, according to the woman and her lawyer, she was almost immediately sent back to Mexico. There, she joined the more than 38,000 people forced to wait across the border for immigration court hearings under a rapidly expanding Trump administration policy.
First, the study’s authors examined data collected on recent marriages between 2007-2012 and 2013-2017, gathered as part of the American Community Survey’s cumulative 5-year marriage statistics. That data was used to estimate the financial and sociodemographic characteristics of unmarried women’s potential husbands by creating economic profiles that resembled real husbands who had married comparable women. These potential husband estimates were then compared to actual population data on unmarried men across national, state, and local locations.
Researchers found that these estimated potential “dream” husbands had an average income about 58% higher than the actual unmarried men currently available to unmarried women. These synthetic husbands were also 30% more likely to be employed than real single men and 19% more likely to have a college degree.
Now that the first day of school is just around the corner for the students of New York, the new law, which has been hotly debated by anti-vaxx activists, has come into play. The new law now essentially means that about 26,000 students in New York State have to start getting vaccinated within the first two weeks of classes and have to complete their vaccination course by the end of the school year. The penalty? Parents who still refuse to vaccinate their kids will either have to homeschool their kids or leave the state to go to a state that allows nonmedical exemptions for vaccines...
Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell said Friday that the Fed is not expecting a U.S. or global recession. But it is monitoring a number of uncertainties, including trade conflicts, and will “act as appropriate to sustain the expansion.” Powell gave an upbeat view of the U.S. economy during an appearance with Swiss National Bank Chairman Thomas Jordan in Switzerland. Powell said that trade policy is causing “some uncertainty” but that the U.S. consumer is in good shape.
Andrew Harris, 23, pleaded guilty Thursday in Philadelphia federal court to a pair of misdemeanor violations related to illegally trying to obtain Mr. Trump’s tax returns in 2016. Using the computer lab at Haverford College, a private, liberal arts college near Philadelphia, Mr. Harris and another student, Justin Hiemstra, attempted to access the president’s tax returns through the Free Application for Student Aid (FAFSA) website, according to the plea agreement he signed... IRS records suggest four unsuccessful attempts were made to access Mr. Trump’s tax returns through the FAFSA website, according to prosecutors, who said that the co-defendants carried out the scheme using the computer lab credentials of other Haverford students.
According to Watkins’s lawyer, Benjamin Barr, 8chan’s owners hope to have the site back online in the next week or so. In his prepared remarks for the committee, Watkins said that 8chan is currently “offline voluntarily” and that it may come back online soon, once the site “is able to develop additional tools to counter illegal content under United States law.”
“This isn’t written in stone, but somewhere around a week, they hope to be back,” Barr said.
Mandarin Chinese teacher Christian Mothershead, 46, met the unidentified woman on a dating website in 2017 — then traveled to the Philippines, where he spent three weeks promising to marry her and further her education if she agreed to move to the United States... She agreed, but instead of welcoming her with roses as he promised, Mothershead gave the woman and her son cleaning gloves and masks... The woman told police that Mothershead raped her later that evening. She spent the next several weeks cleaning his home under threat of being sent back to the Philippines... Mothershead was charged last week with two counts of human trafficking and second-degree sexual assault.
The Trump administration has reportedly offered to pay up to $92,000 for an organization to host British journalists in the U.S. and tour U.S. poultry farms in an attempt to dispel what the federal government says are myths about product standards... the administration is seeking organizers that can plan a trip to chicken farms in the U.S., including both organic and convention farming methods. The tours would be an attempt to persuade the British public that concerns about "chlorinated chicken" and other worries about antibiotics and animal welfare standards are unfounded...
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