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George Comer 2020-09-23
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Rhea Chakraborty said all of this has taken a 'severe toll on her mental health and well being'.She also said that she has been subjected to a 'witch-hunt'
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Robert Woodward 2017-06-19
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US President Donald Trump took to Twitter early Sunday morning to fire off a series of tweets touting the success of his "Make America Great Again" agenda "despite the distraction of the Witch Hunt."

Trump has often called the ongoing investigation, led by FBI Special Counsel Robert Mueller into alleged Russian meddling in the 2016 election and ties between his campaign and Moscow, a "witch hunt".

"Many new jobs, high business enthusiasm, massive regulation cuts, 36 new legislative bills signed, great new S.C. Justice and Infrastructure, Healthcare and Tax Cuts in works!

He also took a shot at his predecessor Barack Obama by citing a recent Rasmussen poll that put Trump's approval rating at 50%.

Rasmussen noted in a news release on Friday (16 June): "This is the first time the president's overall approval rating has hit the 50% mark since late April.

His approval rating has ranged from a high of 59% in late January shortly after he took office to a low of 42% in early April."

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Tracy Rinehart 2016-06-24
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Boards of Appeal excoriates EPO president over threats

The attempt to dismiss a patent judge from his position – including unsubstantiated claims that he possessed Nazi memorabilia – has led to fierce formal criticism of the president of the European Patent Office EPO .

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The judge in question was dismissed by the president for allegedly leaking documents that embarrassed Battistelli and EPO management and for making anonymous criticisms of them.

The judge asked that the board hold its meeting in public so he could clear his name, and the board agreed.

"In view, in particular, of the gravity of the reputational, security, welfare and public order risks identified, there is a strong case for saying that any decision to conduct this hearing in public would be unlawful because it could not be defended as either proportionate or reasonable," it read in part.

It then stated: "The intervention of the Office President, and this intervention alone, prevented the Enlarged Board from continuing the proceedings as had been planned, from examining the case on its substantive merits as put forward by the Petitioner, and from establishing whether serious grounds for the removal from office of the Respondent existed in accordance with Article 23 1 EPC."

So far, Battistelli has been able to persuade the Administrative Council to continue backing him and his proposed reforms, but with even the organization's highest judicial body accusing him of overstepping his role and undermining the organization's very functioning, it is hard to imagine how he will continue to retain support.

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Joshua Herbert 2017-01-09
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Credit: Russian Presidential Executive Office

Russia dismissed an intel report claiming that the Kremlin meddled with the U.S. presidential election, saying the accusations were "amateurishly emotional" and driving a "witch-hunt."

"There was nothing in this report that deserved to be read in detail," said Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov on Monday, according to the Russian news agency TASS.

The U.S. intel report, published on Friday, accused Russian President Vladimir Putin of personally ordering a secret campaign meant to influence last year's presidential election.

However, the declassified version of Friday s intel report revealed no new evidence or sources proving the Kremlin's role in the election-related hacks.

The Kremlin s spokesman criticized this lack of evidence.

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Donald Mansour 2016-06-23
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National Labor Relations Board releases details of employee's complaint

Managers at Google-owned Nest threatened their employees, asked co-workers to report on each other, carried out unlawful surveillance of phones and laptops, and unlawfully interrogated staff.

That's according to the complaint filed by a former employee at the smart thermostat company with the National Labor Relations Board NLRB , the details PDF of which have been made available to The Register through a Freedom of Information Act request.

Last month, the unnamed employee was fired from his job at Nest.

Those rights state that employers are prohibited from coercing employees, particularly with respect to warning them they will be fired if they don't do what they tell them to.

"Google must revise its code of conduct to make clear that complaining about their working conditions is not forbidden."

The NLRB declined to provide anything but broad details of the case, citing rules that allow it to limit the release of documents that could impact an ongoing case.

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John Nelson 2016-07-22
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An 1868 drawing of the former prison for witches, St Mary's Chapel, after it was restored to religious use.

Open Space Trust/Mither Kirk Project

An iron ring set in the stone pillar of a 15th-century chapel in the Scottish city of Aberdeen may not look like much, but historians say it could be a direct link to a dark chapter in the city s past — the trial and execution of 23 women and one man accused of witchcraft during Aberdeen's "Great Witch Hunt" in 1597.

"I was skeptical, to be honest — the ring is not all that spectacular, but it is actually quite genuine," said Arthur Winfield, project leader for the OpenSpace Trust in the United Kingdom, which is restoring the chapel as part of a community-based redevelopment of the East Kirk sanctuary at the historic Kirk of St Nicholas, in central Aberdeen.

Winfield told Live Science that two places within the kirk the Lowland Scots word for "church" had been equipped as a prison for witches snared in the Aberdeen witch hunt: the stone-vaulted chapel of St Mary, and the tall steeple of the kirk, which was at that time the tallest structure in the city.

Witch hunting in Scotland in the 16th century was not carried out by mobs with pitchforks, but by royal commissions at the orders of the king.

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Ricky Nesbitt 2016-12-08
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That Apple are scrapping the old USB port should be called for what it is: development, writes Di Digitals bloggers Thord D. Hedengren.

It is perhaps a little loaded question, when so many don't really know why the save icon looks the way it does.

I do it sometimes, because I have a really awesome sound card from the Mackie Onyx, if anyone wants to google it and it just goes through the Firewire.

So why is it such a life when a headphone jack is lost from a telephone?

I have promised to come back in the case, already before I wrote this, but let me just point out that I have not had any problems with the Lightning adapter that came with my Iphone 7, and the other hand not had some problems to find wireless headphones worthy of the name.

The only thing that makes it unique is that Apple with the Macbook Pro went all the way, uncompromising.

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Pedro Cote 2018-08-02
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Is ordinary Scrabble too boring for you, what with all those dictionary-approved actual words?

In a sketch that aired on Jimmy Kimmel Live Wednesday night, the comic introduced a parody version of the popular word-making game -- with a presidential twist.

The fake ad urges players to "Trump up your game" with Scrabull, which displays Trump's infamous 2017 mangled word "covfefe" on the box cover.

Players pull "pure elephant-tusk tiles" from the game's red velvet "MAGA baga," and hide them behind their barbed-wire-topped wall.

They can pick up extra points by playing tiles on squares marked "yuge letter score" and "bigly word score."

The use of exclamation-point tiles is encouraged.

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Rosalie Bishop 2017-11-28
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Australia’s Nine Network is under fire after claims its past management ignored sexual harassment complaints and failed to take action over TV star Don Burke.

Burke was the host of Nine’s hit TV gardening programme Burke’s Backyard, which ran throughout the 1980s and 1990s on Channel Nine.

Reports this week by the Australian Broadcasting Corporation (ABC) and Fairfax Media have accused Burke of numerous accounts of indecent assault, sexual harassment and bullying during his nearly 17 years at the network.

The reports included claims by a number of people that Nine Network management turned a blind eye and failed to act on complaints from staff.

The reports also included comments from two former chief executives at Nine, who admitted some knowledge of Burke’s behaviour.

David Leckie, the former CEO of the Nine Network, told The Sydney Morning Herald, "I've been trying to think of Harvey Weinstein-type people [in Australia] and the only one I can ever come up with is Burke.

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Eric Grunau 2017-10-25
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In an email sent in late July 2016 and recently reviewed by the person, Cambridge Analytica CEO Alexander Nix told other employees at the firm and Rebekah Mercer, a top Republican donor, that he had recently reached out to Mr. Assange to offer help better indexing the messages WikiLeaks was releasing to make them more easily searchable.

Those emails included a trove of messages stolen from Mrs. Clinton’s campaign chairman John Podesta’s account and from the Democratic National Committee.

Mr. Nix’s email followed the Republican National Convention in July 2016, after which WikiLeaks began releasing its collection of Clinton-related emails.

"Russia, if you’re listening, I hope you’re able to find the 30,000 emails that are missing,” Mr. Trump said in a late-July 2016 press conference.

A report by U.S. intelligence agencies in January said emails from Mr. Podesta and the DNC were stolen by Russian intelligence and given to WikiLeaks, and CIA Director Mike Pompeo has said the website is akin to a “hostile intelligence service.” Mr. Assange has said the website’s actions were important for transparency.

Cambridge Analytica began the 2016 campaign working for presidential candidate Sen. Ted Cruz (R., Texas), whose campaign paid the company $5.8 million from July 2015 through June 2016, according to campaign finance records.

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Clifford Ketcham 2017-09-13
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WASHINGTON—The U.S. Department of Homeland Security ordered federal agencies Wednesday to identify and remove products from the Russian cybersecurity firm AO Kaspersky Lab running on government computers, citing concerns that Russian intelligence could compromise U.S. systems through Kaspersky software.

The directive comes as the latest fallout from the U.S. intelligence community’s assessment that Russia ordered a campaign to influence the outcome of the 2016 presidential election in favor of President Donald Trump, in part by hacking and releasing information stolen from the Democratic National Committee.

The DHS action also deals a serious blow to the Moscow-based cybersecurity firm—one of few Russian companies to develop a substantive international consumer business—which at one point hoped to expand its market share in the U.S. by winning government contracts and marketing cybersecurity protections for industrial control systems.

The directive, issued by acting Homeland Security Secretary Elaine Duke, orders federal departments and agencies to identify the presence of any Kaspersky products on their computers in the next 30 days, develop detailed plans to remove the products in the next 60 days and begin to implement those plans within 90 days.

Kaspersky sells antivirus software that competes with products from Czech-based Avast Software and McAfee Inc. and Symantec Corp. , both based in the U.S., in addition to other cybersecurity firms.

The department also expressed concerns about alleged ties between Kaspersky corporate officials and Russian intelligence agencies, as well as Russian laws that allow authorities to compel assistance from Kaspersky and intercept communications transiting Russian networks.

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Keen Ley 2018-02-03

1888 PressRelease - City of Detroit Building Safety, Engineering and Environmental Department has organized a task force to hunt landlords by using non paying tenants as bait.

Pre Closing Inspection is a State Licensed Lead Hazard and Risk Assessment company working with landlords and property management companies to help you survive the City's latest scheme to squeeze your pockets.

Not only will you be fined you may face criminal charges as well.

Pre Closing Inspection wants to help you by coordinating your lead hazard inspection and risk assessment.

Both the inspection and risk assessment are required as part of the rental registration and Pre Closing Inspection Services is working with real estate investors and property management companies in an effort to help them avoid the trappings of the City's witch hunt for landlords.Our reports include detailed pictures and video of any and all hazards and or potential hazards and what to do to cure the issue so that you can successfully obtain your compliance certificate for rental registration from the City of Detroit.

David Bell, the director for the BSEED stated that they're using non paying tenants to find landlords that have not yet registered their rental property and that by August 1st of 2018 tenants will have the power to not pay their rent directly to the landlord as they should.

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Troy Schindler 2017-09-13
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Recently, we talked about Campo Santo, the studio behind adventure game Firewatch, and its campaign against foul-mouthed YouTuber Felix “PewDiePie” Kjellberg.

A studio official announced his intention to have Kjellberg’s footage of their game removed and called on other studios to treat him the same.

Now Kjellberg’s supporters are striking back by going after Firewatch‘s review page.

It’s called “review bombing,” and it’s the practice of spamming a game with negative reviews to force its overall rating down.

All you need to do is glance at the Firewatch Steam page to find the reviews from people who have a few words for the developer.

It’s far from the first time detractors of a game or developer have taken to the review sections to voice their displeasure.

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Jonathan Spitzer 2016-07-05
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Police are speaking to a number of Chris Evans' former coworkers

following a string of allegations about the former "Top Gear"

presenter s sexual behaviour on the 1990s Channel 4 TV show "The

A source tells Business Insider that, as part of enquiries into a

complaint of sexual assault made against the presenter,

Metropolitan Police officers have spoken to at least one TV

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Adrian Bray 2017-09-27
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On Wednesday, the Senate Intelligence Committee invited Facebook Inc., Alphabet Inc.’s GOOGL 2.40% Google and Twitter Inc. to testify on Nov. 1 about Russian interference on their platforms, according to people familiar with the matter.

The House Intelligence Committee said it would also hold a hearing with tech companies in October, but it has not yet determined a witness list or a date for the event.

Both panels are probing Russian activity during the 2016 election.

Rep. Adam Schiff (D, Calif.), the top Democrat on the House Intelligence Committee, said in the hearings he believed the public would get a look at the actual ads bought by Russia.

The public hearings follow closed-door sessions between Facebook and congressional investigators that took place earlier this month about the $150,000 in Russian-backed ads that appeared on Facebook during the campaign.

Twitter is due to meet with House and Senate investigators behind closed doors on Thursday.

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James Bice 2015-11-24
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the European parliament has voted in favour of Turkey's membership negotiations of suspension on behalf, told the economic newspaper the Financial Times.

the result of the Vote, however, is not binding as the only member of the earthly governments have the right to break off negotiations.

currently, the vast majority of member states wants to continue Turkish accession negotiations.

the Parliament's vote can, however, according to FT, keep it as a turning point.

"It is parliament strong political signal to EU leaders, who meet in mid-December, that if they are taking european values seriously, it's time to draw the line - taking into account what happened in the candidate countries", assesses the hollantilaismeppi Kati Piri to the press.

the EU authorities varoittavatkin Turkey's leading opponents against witch hunt of hard enlarged to have failed after the military coup.

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George Comer 2020-09-23
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Rhea Chakraborty said all of this has taken a 'severe toll on her mental health and well being'.She also said that she has been subjected to a 'witch-hunt'
Tracy Rinehart 2016-06-24
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Boards of Appeal excoriates EPO president over threats

The attempt to dismiss a patent judge from his position – including unsubstantiated claims that he possessed Nazi memorabilia – has led to fierce formal criticism of the president of the European Patent Office EPO .

Leak

The judge in question was dismissed by the president for allegedly leaking documents that embarrassed Battistelli and EPO management and for making anonymous criticisms of them.

The judge asked that the board hold its meeting in public so he could clear his name, and the board agreed.

"In view, in particular, of the gravity of the reputational, security, welfare and public order risks identified, there is a strong case for saying that any decision to conduct this hearing in public would be unlawful because it could not be defended as either proportionate or reasonable," it read in part.

It then stated: "The intervention of the Office President, and this intervention alone, prevented the Enlarged Board from continuing the proceedings as had been planned, from examining the case on its substantive merits as put forward by the Petitioner, and from establishing whether serious grounds for the removal from office of the Respondent existed in accordance with Article 23 1 EPC."

So far, Battistelli has been able to persuade the Administrative Council to continue backing him and his proposed reforms, but with even the organization's highest judicial body accusing him of overstepping his role and undermining the organization's very functioning, it is hard to imagine how he will continue to retain support.

Donald Mansour 2016-06-23
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National Labor Relations Board releases details of employee's complaint

Managers at Google-owned Nest threatened their employees, asked co-workers to report on each other, carried out unlawful surveillance of phones and laptops, and unlawfully interrogated staff.

That's according to the complaint filed by a former employee at the smart thermostat company with the National Labor Relations Board NLRB , the details PDF of which have been made available to The Register through a Freedom of Information Act request.

Last month, the unnamed employee was fired from his job at Nest.

Those rights state that employers are prohibited from coercing employees, particularly with respect to warning them they will be fired if they don't do what they tell them to.

"Google must revise its code of conduct to make clear that complaining about their working conditions is not forbidden."

The NLRB declined to provide anything but broad details of the case, citing rules that allow it to limit the release of documents that could impact an ongoing case.

Ricky Nesbitt 2016-12-08
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That Apple are scrapping the old USB port should be called for what it is: development, writes Di Digitals bloggers Thord D. Hedengren.

It is perhaps a little loaded question, when so many don't really know why the save icon looks the way it does.

I do it sometimes, because I have a really awesome sound card from the Mackie Onyx, if anyone wants to google it and it just goes through the Firewire.

So why is it such a life when a headphone jack is lost from a telephone?

I have promised to come back in the case, already before I wrote this, but let me just point out that I have not had any problems with the Lightning adapter that came with my Iphone 7, and the other hand not had some problems to find wireless headphones worthy of the name.

The only thing that makes it unique is that Apple with the Macbook Pro went all the way, uncompromising.

Rosalie Bishop 2017-11-28
img

Australia’s Nine Network is under fire after claims its past management ignored sexual harassment complaints and failed to take action over TV star Don Burke.

Burke was the host of Nine’s hit TV gardening programme Burke’s Backyard, which ran throughout the 1980s and 1990s on Channel Nine.

Reports this week by the Australian Broadcasting Corporation (ABC) and Fairfax Media have accused Burke of numerous accounts of indecent assault, sexual harassment and bullying during his nearly 17 years at the network.

The reports included claims by a number of people that Nine Network management turned a blind eye and failed to act on complaints from staff.

The reports also included comments from two former chief executives at Nine, who admitted some knowledge of Burke’s behaviour.

David Leckie, the former CEO of the Nine Network, told The Sydney Morning Herald, "I've been trying to think of Harvey Weinstein-type people [in Australia] and the only one I can ever come up with is Burke.

Clifford Ketcham 2017-09-13
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WASHINGTON—The U.S. Department of Homeland Security ordered federal agencies Wednesday to identify and remove products from the Russian cybersecurity firm AO Kaspersky Lab running on government computers, citing concerns that Russian intelligence could compromise U.S. systems through Kaspersky software.

The directive comes as the latest fallout from the U.S. intelligence community’s assessment that Russia ordered a campaign to influence the outcome of the 2016 presidential election in favor of President Donald Trump, in part by hacking and releasing information stolen from the Democratic National Committee.

The DHS action also deals a serious blow to the Moscow-based cybersecurity firm—one of few Russian companies to develop a substantive international consumer business—which at one point hoped to expand its market share in the U.S. by winning government contracts and marketing cybersecurity protections for industrial control systems.

The directive, issued by acting Homeland Security Secretary Elaine Duke, orders federal departments and agencies to identify the presence of any Kaspersky products on their computers in the next 30 days, develop detailed plans to remove the products in the next 60 days and begin to implement those plans within 90 days.

Kaspersky sells antivirus software that competes with products from Czech-based Avast Software and McAfee Inc. and Symantec Corp. , both based in the U.S., in addition to other cybersecurity firms.

The department also expressed concerns about alleged ties between Kaspersky corporate officials and Russian intelligence agencies, as well as Russian laws that allow authorities to compel assistance from Kaspersky and intercept communications transiting Russian networks.

Troy Schindler 2017-09-13
img

Recently, we talked about Campo Santo, the studio behind adventure game Firewatch, and its campaign against foul-mouthed YouTuber Felix “PewDiePie” Kjellberg.

A studio official announced his intention to have Kjellberg’s footage of their game removed and called on other studios to treat him the same.

Now Kjellberg’s supporters are striking back by going after Firewatch‘s review page.

It’s called “review bombing,” and it’s the practice of spamming a game with negative reviews to force its overall rating down.

All you need to do is glance at the Firewatch Steam page to find the reviews from people who have a few words for the developer.

It’s far from the first time detractors of a game or developer have taken to the review sections to voice their displeasure.

Adrian Bray 2017-09-27
img

On Wednesday, the Senate Intelligence Committee invited Facebook Inc., Alphabet Inc.’s GOOGL 2.40% Google and Twitter Inc. to testify on Nov. 1 about Russian interference on their platforms, according to people familiar with the matter.

The House Intelligence Committee said it would also hold a hearing with tech companies in October, but it has not yet determined a witness list or a date for the event.

Both panels are probing Russian activity during the 2016 election.

Rep. Adam Schiff (D, Calif.), the top Democrat on the House Intelligence Committee, said in the hearings he believed the public would get a look at the actual ads bought by Russia.

The public hearings follow closed-door sessions between Facebook and congressional investigators that took place earlier this month about the $150,000 in Russian-backed ads that appeared on Facebook during the campaign.

Twitter is due to meet with House and Senate investigators behind closed doors on Thursday.

Robert Woodward 2017-06-19
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US President Donald Trump took to Twitter early Sunday morning to fire off a series of tweets touting the success of his "Make America Great Again" agenda "despite the distraction of the Witch Hunt."

Trump has often called the ongoing investigation, led by FBI Special Counsel Robert Mueller into alleged Russian meddling in the 2016 election and ties between his campaign and Moscow, a "witch hunt".

"Many new jobs, high business enthusiasm, massive regulation cuts, 36 new legislative bills signed, great new S.C. Justice and Infrastructure, Healthcare and Tax Cuts in works!

He also took a shot at his predecessor Barack Obama by citing a recent Rasmussen poll that put Trump's approval rating at 50%.

Rasmussen noted in a news release on Friday (16 June): "This is the first time the president's overall approval rating has hit the 50% mark since late April.

His approval rating has ranged from a high of 59% in late January shortly after he took office to a low of 42% in early April."

Joshua Herbert 2017-01-09
img

Credit: Russian Presidential Executive Office

Russia dismissed an intel report claiming that the Kremlin meddled with the U.S. presidential election, saying the accusations were "amateurishly emotional" and driving a "witch-hunt."

"There was nothing in this report that deserved to be read in detail," said Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov on Monday, according to the Russian news agency TASS.

The U.S. intel report, published on Friday, accused Russian President Vladimir Putin of personally ordering a secret campaign meant to influence last year's presidential election.

However, the declassified version of Friday s intel report revealed no new evidence or sources proving the Kremlin's role in the election-related hacks.

The Kremlin s spokesman criticized this lack of evidence.

John Nelson 2016-07-22
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An 1868 drawing of the former prison for witches, St Mary's Chapel, after it was restored to religious use.

Open Space Trust/Mither Kirk Project

An iron ring set in the stone pillar of a 15th-century chapel in the Scottish city of Aberdeen may not look like much, but historians say it could be a direct link to a dark chapter in the city s past — the trial and execution of 23 women and one man accused of witchcraft during Aberdeen's "Great Witch Hunt" in 1597.

"I was skeptical, to be honest — the ring is not all that spectacular, but it is actually quite genuine," said Arthur Winfield, project leader for the OpenSpace Trust in the United Kingdom, which is restoring the chapel as part of a community-based redevelopment of the East Kirk sanctuary at the historic Kirk of St Nicholas, in central Aberdeen.

Winfield told Live Science that two places within the kirk the Lowland Scots word for "church" had been equipped as a prison for witches snared in the Aberdeen witch hunt: the stone-vaulted chapel of St Mary, and the tall steeple of the kirk, which was at that time the tallest structure in the city.

Witch hunting in Scotland in the 16th century was not carried out by mobs with pitchforks, but by royal commissions at the orders of the king.

Pedro Cote 2018-08-02
img

Is ordinary Scrabble too boring for you, what with all those dictionary-approved actual words?

In a sketch that aired on Jimmy Kimmel Live Wednesday night, the comic introduced a parody version of the popular word-making game -- with a presidential twist.

The fake ad urges players to "Trump up your game" with Scrabull, which displays Trump's infamous 2017 mangled word "covfefe" on the box cover.

Players pull "pure elephant-tusk tiles" from the game's red velvet "MAGA baga," and hide them behind their barbed-wire-topped wall.

They can pick up extra points by playing tiles on squares marked "yuge letter score" and "bigly word score."

The use of exclamation-point tiles is encouraged.

Eric Grunau 2017-10-25
img

In an email sent in late July 2016 and recently reviewed by the person, Cambridge Analytica CEO Alexander Nix told other employees at the firm and Rebekah Mercer, a top Republican donor, that he had recently reached out to Mr. Assange to offer help better indexing the messages WikiLeaks was releasing to make them more easily searchable.

Those emails included a trove of messages stolen from Mrs. Clinton’s campaign chairman John Podesta’s account and from the Democratic National Committee.

Mr. Nix’s email followed the Republican National Convention in July 2016, after which WikiLeaks began releasing its collection of Clinton-related emails.

"Russia, if you’re listening, I hope you’re able to find the 30,000 emails that are missing,” Mr. Trump said in a late-July 2016 press conference.

A report by U.S. intelligence agencies in January said emails from Mr. Podesta and the DNC were stolen by Russian intelligence and given to WikiLeaks, and CIA Director Mike Pompeo has said the website is akin to a “hostile intelligence service.” Mr. Assange has said the website’s actions were important for transparency.

Cambridge Analytica began the 2016 campaign working for presidential candidate Sen. Ted Cruz (R., Texas), whose campaign paid the company $5.8 million from July 2015 through June 2016, according to campaign finance records.

Keen Ley 2018-02-03

1888 PressRelease - City of Detroit Building Safety, Engineering and Environmental Department has organized a task force to hunt landlords by using non paying tenants as bait.

Pre Closing Inspection is a State Licensed Lead Hazard and Risk Assessment company working with landlords and property management companies to help you survive the City's latest scheme to squeeze your pockets.

Not only will you be fined you may face criminal charges as well.

Pre Closing Inspection wants to help you by coordinating your lead hazard inspection and risk assessment.

Both the inspection and risk assessment are required as part of the rental registration and Pre Closing Inspection Services is working with real estate investors and property management companies in an effort to help them avoid the trappings of the City's witch hunt for landlords.Our reports include detailed pictures and video of any and all hazards and or potential hazards and what to do to cure the issue so that you can successfully obtain your compliance certificate for rental registration from the City of Detroit.

David Bell, the director for the BSEED stated that they're using non paying tenants to find landlords that have not yet registered their rental property and that by August 1st of 2018 tenants will have the power to not pay their rent directly to the landlord as they should.

Jonathan Spitzer 2016-07-05
img

Police are speaking to a number of Chris Evans' former coworkers

following a string of allegations about the former "Top Gear"

presenter s sexual behaviour on the 1990s Channel 4 TV show "The

A source tells Business Insider that, as part of enquiries into a

complaint of sexual assault made against the presenter,

Metropolitan Police officers have spoken to at least one TV

James Bice 2015-11-24
img

the European parliament has voted in favour of Turkey's membership negotiations of suspension on behalf, told the economic newspaper the Financial Times.

the result of the Vote, however, is not binding as the only member of the earthly governments have the right to break off negotiations.

currently, the vast majority of member states wants to continue Turkish accession negotiations.

the Parliament's vote can, however, according to FT, keep it as a turning point.

"It is parliament strong political signal to EU leaders, who meet in mid-December, that if they are taking european values seriously, it's time to draw the line - taking into account what happened in the candidate countries", assesses the hollantilaismeppi Kati Piri to the press.

the EU authorities varoittavatkin Turkey's leading opponents against witch hunt of hard enlarged to have failed after the military coup.