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FORT LAUDERDALE, FLA. (WSVN) – The First Presbyterian Church of Fort Lauderdale teamed up with Habitat for Humanity for the fifth annual Habitat for Humanity Bike to Build Ride, Saturday.Riders chose either a 25-mile scenic route or a new 50-mile route, and they were rewarded with a brunch inside the church afterward.Organizers hope to raise enough money to begin construction on a new home in Broward County.WSVN is a proud sponsor of Habitat for Humanity. If you’d like to contact them, check out the links below:Habitat for Humanity in Miami-Dade(305) 634-3628www.miamihabitat.orgHabitat for Humanity in Broward(954) 396-3030www.habitatbroward.orgCopyright 2019 Sunbeam Television Corp. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.
It passed the Senate early this morning. Written within the bill allows local communities to opt out of the proposed law via local elections. The bill sponsored by Senator Peter Micciche (R-Soldotna) passed the House 32-7 on Saturday. The measure will ban smoking on buses and in cabs, and in places including office buildings, hotels, restaurants, bars and shops. It also restricts outdoor smoking in certain areas. Facebook0TwitterEmailPrintFriendly分享The Alaska Legislature has passed a statewide smoke-free workplace bill.
Happy Death Day 2U, in theatres now, at first aims to expand this concept by trapping bumbling science student Ryan (Phi Vu) into a new time loop, one that Tree and her new boyfriend Carter (Israel Broussard from To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before) aim to stop with the help of students working in the school’s science lab. Unfortunately, the science behind the time loops of both Happy Death Day films is the least interesting part of the films. While alternate dimensions and the multiverse might add great fun to Star Trek: Discovery, Marvel movies and time-travel films like Back to the Future Part II, in Happy Death Day 2U the ideas come across like a dull, sleepy science class. That said, once the science is over, Happy Death Day 2U veers back to its core: telling a ridiculous story full of amusing death sequences and funny banter among characters, a few of whom are as cartoony as ever. As the trailers reveal, Tree gets stuck in a new time loop but with her world remixed, and the movie franchise’s genre along with it. Nearly all of the first movie’s characters return thanks to this premise. Some are totally different, others appear much the same but have different relationships. And instead of necessarily having to solve her own murder, Tree’s trying to figure out whether to restore her original life or embrace a new timeline that feels like an idealized version of her life.Carter (Israel Broussard) and Tree (Jessica Rothe) hope to end the time loop that the latter has been stuck in for two movies. Universal Pictures Seeing all of the characters return and some of the first film’s sequences revisited in a slightly different setting is a plus for anyone who enjoyed the original film, but anyone hopping into 2U without watching the first film will likely lose out on these references.At first glance for fans of the original movie, each of these scenes seems like a re-creation of what was already told the first time. However, thanks to the premise, the twists and deaths keep changing. And unfortunately for Tree, this also means even more dying and reliving the same day over and over — which at this point she handles with expertise during a montage of her killing herself in a variety of ridiculous ways.The film’s third act takes one more genre-hop into becoming a heist film, and with that turn another actress, Rachel Matthews, gets to shine as Danielle, Tree’s attention-demanding frenemy. Matthews brings absurd character acting to a hilarious bait-and-switch scene that nearly steals the spotlight from the entire film.While Happy Death Day 2U can still be classified as a horror film, it clearly doesn’t want to stay in just that genre. Thanks to its lighthearted tone, it’s found a way to reinvent itself again. Should there be a Happy Death Day 3, fans will likely expect the movie to find another way to die and reinvent itself again.See GameSpot’s take on Happy Death Day 2U. 2:33 Jessica Rothe’s Tree returns to Happy Death Day 2U, and she’s still dying all over this film. Universal Pictures With the new horror-comedy Happy Death Day 2U, it’s time to die again, and again, and again, just like in the 2017 movie Happy Death Day it follows. But this time, things are a bit different.Following the Groundhog Day premise of the first movie, the wackier and funnier sequel initially seems like it’ll move the story of Tree (Jessica Rothe) forward from the literal last second of the first film. She spent that whole movie trapped in a time loop on her birthday, getting killed by her jealous college roommate and waking up having to relive the day until she solved the murder. Stream these 2019 Oscar nominees now 19 Photos Hate Valentine’s Day? Watch these streaming movies and TV shows TV and Movies Share your voice Now playing: Watch this: Tags Post a comment 0 Movie reviews
Listen Al OrtizImmigration lawyer Silvia Mintz (right) gave a lecture to cadets from the Houston Police Department when they visited the Denver Harbor Multi-Service Center, which is located in a part of Houston where many residents are immigrants from Latin American countries, as part of HPD’s diversity tour initiative.The quality of the training of police officers in Texas has been in the spotlight recently and incidents such as the arrest of Sandra Bland in Waller County last year and the shooting of Alva Braziel in Houston this past summer have raised questions about how law enforcement deals with diversity and de-escalation tactics.One of the measures the Houston Police Department has taken recently is a tour of the city to teach cadets about its diversity.The tour makes stops in African-American, Asian, Latino and Muslim neighborhoods.“We recruit nationwide and, so, many cadets don’t really understand the history of Houston and, so, we’ll take them out to Acres Homes, we’ll take them out to Meyerland, we’ll take them out to the Fifth Ward and community members will engage them and speak with them and then they’ll take the bus tour and kind of get a cultural history of Houston,” explains Assistant Chief Charlie Vazquez, who oversees the Professional Development Command at HPD.Vazquez says learning about Houston’s diversity is useful for the cadets because they are introduced to members of the community who can help them establish trust in the groups they will be working with and that is a trust that eventually should lead to more effective policing.Cadet Egla Flores says the tour allows trainees to learn small details that will help them when they interact with the public.She gives an example of something she learned at the Islamic Society of Greater Houston when she took the tour.“If we try to shake the woman’s hand they probably wouldn’t shake our hand, they would place their hands over their chest. It’s just little things that we learn from different communities,” Flores notes.But Houston is not the only city where police officers learn about diversity.The Texas Commission on Law Enforcement requires that diversity and multiculturalism are part of the curriculum used for the basic training all police officers go through in the state.The courses are a reflection of the changing demographics in the United States because of the growth of minorities and they also teach why police officers must avoid racial profiling.There is also a class on basic Spanish due to the large Latino population of Texas.“My sense is that minimal requirements for understanding diverse peoples are probably being met adequately across the board,” comments Phillip Lyons, dean at the Criminal Justice College of Sam Houston State University.Lyons also thinks initiatives like HPD’s diversity course represent an added value for the training of its future officers.In addition to diversity, the concept of de-escalation has also become an increasingly important component of the training through the years.“I think the actions of the police have come under heightened scrutiny as it relates to how we deal with folks who have mental health problems or who are in crisis and, as a result of that, there is more attention given to training,” Lyons adds.Some of the tools police officers are instructed to use to de-escalate tense situations are prioritizing self-control and not behaving in an aggressive or condescending way, but paying attention to the nuances of non-verbal communication for certain communities can also be important.For example, officers are taught that some Latinos may prefer not to make eye contact not because they are lying, but because it is the way they show respect.Knowing how to work around personal space is relevant as well.Officer C.K. Traxler, who works for the Pasadena Police Department and teaches crisis intervention, explains that they teach cadets and police officers who go through training “to look for signs of stress in the person as you are approaching and if you see their stress level going up, you stop at that point or maybe even back up a little bit to reduce the stress that they’re already feeling.”Police officers frequently conduct traffic stops, which can present situations that turn confrontational and those are situations in which the training is useful.The protocol for police officers is that they must always say what is the reason for the stop and allow the driver to give an explanation for the traffic violation the officer deems he or she has committed, which can lower the stress of the situation. 00:00 /04:07 X To embed this piece of audio in your site, please use this code: Share
Kolkata: The state is moving towards recruiting employees in all the municipalities, municipal corporations, and development authorities in the state under a single umbrella.The West Bengal Municipal Service Commission (WBMSC) will carry out the recruitment process. A Bill in this regard is expected to be tabled in the state Assembly on Wednesday.A source in the state Municipal Affairs department said after implementation of this Bill, the recruitment in all the 8 municipal corporations, 115 municipalities and 18 development authorities across the state will be carried out by WBMSC. Also Read – Rain batters Kolkata, cripples normal lifeThe recruitment for the three notified areas and valuation boards that come under the aegis of the Municipal Affairs department will also be done by the Commission.Currently, the recruitment of the employees of Kolkata Municipal Corporation is done through the Commission and sometimes also for the municipal corporations. Earlier, the process of recruitment of the 115 municipalities, 18 development authorities, three notified areas and three industrial authorities among others was conducted by various agencies. Also Read – Speeding Jaguar crashes into Mercedes car in Kolkata, 2 pedestrians killed”We are hopeful that this process will usher in transparency in the recruitment process and at the same time, allegations of political interference in the recruitment process can be done away with,” a senior official of the Municipal Affairs department said.Sources in the department said the Commission will have four to five members headed by a chairman. The Chairman will preferably be a retired IAS officer.It may be mentioned that the department has found that there has been a huge number of unnecessary recruitments in various municipal bodies that the department feels is beyond requirement. Political interference has also played a role in this. “There have been litigations in various courts alleging lack of transparency in the recruitment process. The state wants to have control over the recruitment process,” the official added.
The brain data revealed that the infant cries reduce attention to the task and triggered greater cognitive conflict processing than infant laughs. “Parental instinct appears to be hardwired yet no one talks about how this instinct might include cognition,” said David Haley from the University of Toronto.The team looked at infant vocalisations — in this case, audio clips of a baby laughing or crying —and its effect on adults who completed a cognitive conflict task. Also Read – ‘Playing Jojo was emotionally exhausting’They asked participants to rapidly identify the colour of a printed word while ignoring the meaning of the word itself. Brain activity was measured using electroencephalography (EEG), which took place immediately after a two-second audio clip of an infant vocalisation. Cognitive conflict processing is important because it controls attention — one of the most basic executive functions needed to complete a task or make a decision. A baby’s cry has been shown to cause aversion in adults but it could also be creating an adaptive response, “switching on” the cognitive control parents use in effectively responding to their child’s emotional needs while also addressing other demands in everyday life, Haley added in a paper published in the journal PLOS ONE. Also Read – Leslie doing new comedy special with Netflix“If an infant’s cry activates cognitive conflict in the brain, it could also be teaching parents how to focus their attention more selectively,” he added. The findings add to a growing body of research suggesting that infants occupy a privileged status in our neurobiological programming, one deeply rooted in our evolutionary past. But, as Haley noted, it also reveals an important adaptive cognitive function in the human brain.
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U.S. Economy Adds Only 69K Jobs, Fewest in a Year in Data, Government, Origination, Servicing Share June 1, 2012 426 Views Agents & Brokers Attorneys & Title Companies Bureau of Labor Statistics Investors Jobs Labor Department Lenders & Servicers Service Providers Unemployment 2012-06-01 Mark Lieberman The economy added just 69,000 jobs in May compared with a revised 77,000 in April down from the originally reported 115,000, the “”Labor Department””:http://www.dol.gov/ reported Friday. [IMAGE]The closely watched unemployment rate inched up to 8.2 percent ├â┬ó├óÔÇÜ┬¼├óÔé¼┼ô a function of an increase in the nation├â┬ó├óÔÇÜ┬¼├óÔÇ×┬ós labor force to the highest level ever.Economists surveyed by Bloomberg had expected the number of jobs to increase by 150,000 and the unemployment rate to remain at 8.1 percent.But while the jobs total was certainly disappointing for a president seeking re-election, the White House found a glimmer in the employment data ├â┬ó├óÔÇÜ┬¼├óÔé¼┼ô the result of a survey of 60,000 households ├â┬ó├óÔÇÜ┬¼├óÔé¼┼ô which put the number of people employed in May at 142,287,000 ├â┬ó├óÔÇÜ┬¼├óÔé¼┼ô the highest level since January 2009 when President Obama took office.That said, the balance of the report was dismal.Not only did payroll jobs drop to the lowest level since May 2011, but average weekly hours dropped to 34.4 hours (from 34.5 hours), the lowest level since November and average hourly earnings fell to $19.70 from $19.71 which computes to an overall decline in weekly earnings affecting consumer purchasing power.Payroll gains for March and April were revised, subtracting 11,000 from the last published numbers for March and 38,000 from the preliminary report for April. At 34.4 hours, the average workweek remained below the level when the recession began in December 2007 (34.6) but above the 34.2 hours when President Obama took office.While the number of people employed rose, so did the number of people counted as unemployed (meeting the definitional test of out-of-work, available-for-work and looking-for-work). There were according to the BLS, 12,720,000 people unemployed in May, up from 12,500,000 in April, the first increases since February. The average duration of unemployment rose to 39.7 weeks, from 39.1, the first increase since November.Part of the reason for the increase in both unemployment and the unemployment rate was the number “”re-entrants”” to the labor force, 3,439,000, the highest since November, suggesting improving confidence in the ability to find a job or perhaps a consequence of Congressional action cutting off unemployment insurance benefits.A sharp drop in construction jobs ├â┬ó├óÔÇÜ┬¼├óÔé¼┼ô 28,000 ├â┬ó├óÔÇÜ┬¼├óÔé¼┼ô led payrolls down. The decline in construction payrolls was itself led by a reduction in “”heavy and civil engineering construction”” ├â┬ó├óÔÇÜ┬¼├óÔé¼┼ô essentially infrastructure work and specialty trade contractors, primarily residential workers. Government shed 13,000 jobs ├â┬ó├óÔÇÜ┬¼├óÔé¼┼ôevenly split among federal, state and local governments.Even with the disappointing numbers, the report continued a string of increases in payroll jobs ├â┬ó├óÔÇÜ┬¼├óÔé¼┼ô the twentieth straight month of job gains but fell woefully short of population growth. In the 20 months, the over-16 population has grown 4.6 million while the number of payroll jobs is up 3.1 million. To keep up with population growth though the economy has to add between 140,000 and 150,000 jobs per month.The payroll report followed Thursday’s government report on first quarter corporate profits which showed profits were down 53.8 percent from the fourth quarter.While the unemployment rate increased, the employment-population ratio, unconstrained by technical definitions of unemployment climbed to 58.6 percent. The inverse of the ratio ├â┬ó├óÔÇÜ┬¼├óÔé¼┼ô 41.4 percent ├â┬ó├óÔÇÜ┬¼├óÔé¼┼ô can be considered the “”unemployment rate”” for all persons over 16 regardless of whether they are available or looking for work. The ratio was 62.7 percent when the recession began and 60.6 percent when President Obama took office in January 2009.The formula for the unemployment rate is to divide the number of people officially counted as unemployed (out of work, available for work and looking for work) by the total labor force (employed plus unemployed). If the labor force change is driven by a drop in unemployment, the unemployment rate will decline. In May, the drop was due to a decline in both employment and unemployment.Within the financial sector, which itself added a net 3,000 jobs in May, the number of credit “”intermediation”” positions ├â┬ó├óÔÇÜ┬¼├óÔé¼┼ô underwriters ├â┬ó├óÔÇÜ┬¼├óÔé¼┼ô fell by 3,500 after falling 3,900 in April. The number of real estate jobs was up 2,700 in May, after increasing 1,400 in April.The number of temporary jobs increased 9,200 in May increasing 12,600 in April. While temporary hiring is considered by some an entry ramp to permanent employment it also suggests a lack of confidence by employers who are reluctant to make a commitment and swallow associated costs of having an employee.The closely watched alternate measure of unemployment ├â┬ó├óÔÇÜ┬¼├óÔé¼┼ô which includes individuals working part time for economic reasons and those “”marginally attached”” to the labor force ├â┬ó├óÔÇÜ┬¼├óÔé¼┼ô rose to 14.8 percent in May. It was 14.5 percent in April, unchanged from March.The numbers of job-leavers, often an encouraging sign suggesting workers have confidence in their ability to find a new job, dropped in May for the second straight month.The unemployment rate for the prime home-buying age cohort ├â┬ó├óÔÇÜ┬¼├óÔé¼┼ô 25 to 34 ├â┬ó├óÔÇÜ┬¼├óÔé¼┼ô rose to 8.2 percent in May ├â┬ó├óÔÇÜ┬¼├óÔé¼┼ô from 8.1 percent in April while the unemployment rate for those over 55, generally the prime home-selling age cohort, increased to 6.5 percent in May from 6.3 percent in April.
in Origination Mortgage Banking Suffers at Wells, JPMorgan January 14, 2014 409 Views This season’s bank releases kicked off Tuesday with dual quarterly earnings reports from “”JPMorgan Chase””:http://www.jpmorganchase.com/corporate/Home/home.htm and Wells Fargo–and as “”projected””:https://themreport.com/articles/will-bank-earnings-meet-fourth-quarter-expectations-2014-01-10, weakened origination figures took their toll.[IMAGE]JPMorgan’s fourth-quarter income came to nearly $5.3 billion, a recovery from the third quarter’s losses but a weak showing compared to the prior year’s $5.7 billion. Net income for the full year was $17.9 billion compared to $21.3 billion in 2012.The report caps off a tumultuous year for the megabank, which spent the last few months working toward “”settlements””:https://themreport.com/articles/jpmorgan-working-on-45b-deal-with-rmbs-investors-2013-11-18 on “”legal actions””:https://themreport.com/articles/jpmorgan-fhfa-settle-on-51b-deal-over-soured-loans-2013-10-28 related to soured mortgage-backed securities (MBS)–including a landmark “”$13 billion deal””:https://themreport.com/articles/jpmorgan-us-government-reach-record-13b-dollar-deal-on-rmbs-claims-2013-11-19 with government. The fourth quarter’s results included a non-MBS settlement related to the bank’s failure to intervene in Bernard Madoff’s infamous Ponzi scheme that cost investors billions of dollars.””We are pleased to have made progress on our control, regulatory and litigation agendas and to have put some significant issues behind us this quarter,”” said Jamie Dimon, JPMorgan’s chairman and CEO. “”It was in the best interests of our company and shareholders for us to accept responsibility, resolve these issues and move forward.””[COLUMN_BREAK]Mortgage banking net income was $562 million, an increase of 34 percent over the prior year, “”driven by lower noninterest expense and provision for credit losses, predominantly offset by lower net revenue,”” the bank reported.Originations totaled $23.3 billion, down 54 percent from the year-ago quarter and 42 percent from Q3. Purchase originations made up $13.0 billion of that, reflecting the ongoing dwindling in refinances. Application volumes were $31.3 billion, down 52 percent from the prior year and 23 percent from the prior quarter.A lower provision for credit losses provided a benefit of $782 million, reflecting a $950 million reduction in loan loss allowances as a result of the improving housing market.Meanwhile, “”Wells Fargo””:https://www.wellsfargo.com/ reported fourth-quarter profits of $5.6 billion, a 10 percent improvement over the same quarter last year. For all of 2013, the bank pulled in $21.9 billion, up 16 percent year-over-year.””The fourth quarter of 2013 was very strong for Wells Fargo, with record earnings, solid growth in loans, deposits and capital, and strong credit quality,”” commented CFO Tim Sloan, who noted growth in net interest and noninterest income, “”despite a challenging rate environment and the expected decline in mortgage originations.””Mortgage banking income at the nation’s biggest home lender was $1.6 billion, down $38 million quarter-over-quarter. The quarterly loss was driven in large part by a decline in mortgage originations, which totaled $50 billion compared to Q3’s $80 billion.Mortgage applications at Wells Fargo came to $65 billion in the fourth quarter, down from $87 billion in the previous report–once again reflecting consumers’ waning interest as interest rates climb ever upward. Share Agents & Brokers Attorneys & Title Companies Investors JPMorgan Chase Lenders & Servicers Mortgage Applications Profits Quarterly Earnings Service Providers Wells Fargo 2014-01-14 Tory Barringer
Tech on trial: House panel begins review of market power AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email House Judiciary Committee members Rep. Eric Swalwell, D-Calif., far left, Rep. Jamie Raskin, D-Md., center, and Rep. David Cicilline, D-R.I., far right, talk before a hearing to examine whether President Donald Trump obstructed justice, the first of several hearings scheduled by Democrats on special counsel Robert Mueller’s report, on Capitol Hill in Washington, Monday, June 10, 2019. (AP Photo/J. Scott Applewhite) WASHINGTON — Big Tech is about to become big politics in Washington.The House Judiciary Committee on Tuesday will launch its investigation into the market dominance of Silicon Valley’s biggest names, starting with a look at the impact of the tech giants’ platforms on news content, the media and the spread of misinformation online.In a Capitol steeped in partisanship, inflamed by special counsel Robert Mueller’s report and Democrats’ intensifying probes of President Donald Trump, the House Judiciary Committee’s investigation of tech market power stands out. Not only is it bipartisan, but it’s also the first such review by Congress of a sector that for more than a decade has enjoyed haloed status and a light touch from federal regulators.With regulators at the Justice Department and Federal Trade Commission apparently pursuing antitrust investigations of Facebook, Google, Apple and Amazon, and several state attorneys general exploring bipartisan action of their own, the tech industry finds itself in a precarious moment — with the dreaded M-word increasingly used to describe their way of doing business.“These are monopolies,” Rep. David Cicilline said on “Fox News Sunday.”Cicilline, a Rhode Island Democrat, will be leading Tuesday’s subcommittee hearing and vowed that the panel will broadly investigate the digital marketplace and “the dominance of large technology platforms,” with an eye toward legislative action to increase competition.“We know the problems; they’re easy to diagnose,” Cicilline said. “Shaping the solutions is going to be more difficult.”Politicians on the left and right have differing gripes about the tech giants. Some complain of aggressive conduct that squashes competition. Others perceive a political bias or tolerance of extremist content. Still others are upset by the industry’s harvesting of personal data.Several Democratic presidential candidates think they have the solution: breaking up the companies on antitrust grounds. Cicilline has called that “a last resort,” but the idea has currency with both parties — including at the White House.President Donald Trump on Monday noted the huge fines imposed by European regulators on the biggest tech companies. “We are going to be looking at them differently,” he said in an interview on CNBC.“We should be doing what (the Europeans) are doing,” Trump said. “Obviously, there is something going on in terms of monopoly.”The tech giants have mostly declined to comment on the antitrust investigations.Google has said that scrutiny from lawmakers and regulators “often improves our products and the policies that govern them,” and that in some areas, such as data protection, laws need to be updated.Facebook executives have been calling broadly for regulation while explicitly rejecting the idea of breaking up “a successful American company.” CEO Mark Zuckerberg has called for new rules in four areas: harmful content, election integrity, privacy and data portability.When Democratic presidential contender Sen. Elizabeth Warren tweeted in April that tech giants like Amazon should be broken up, Amazon tweeted back, “Walmart is much larger.”And Apple has countered a legal challenge to its management of the App Store by saying it “will prevail when the facts are presented and the App Store is not a monopoly by any metric.”In hearings and closed-door work over coming months, lawmakers in the House aim to unpeel the complex onion of the tech industry’s dominance. They are expected to summon the chief executives of the major companies to appear before the panel. Not showing up, as some CEOs have done in the past, is unlikely to be tolerated.For a long time, the tech companies “sort of thumbed their nose at Washington” without repercussions, said Gene Grabowski, a partner at public relations firm kglobal who’s a crisis communications expert. Now lawmakers, often initially slow to flex their muscle over an industry, seem to be making up for lost time.“They’re late. They feel like they’ve been embarrassed, and it’s a popular issue for their constituents,” he said.Tech executives have testified to various congressional panels in recent years, often accompanied by high drama and fiery rhetoric. A media frenzy accompanied Zuckerberg’s five-hour grilling on privacy last year at a joint Senate committee hearing. That hearing came in the wake of the scandal involving British data-mining firm Cambridge Analytica, which collected Facebook information on millions of Americans without their knowledge.But until executives are called to testify, it’s likely to be a tough slog for the subcommittee as it hears from experts and its staff, collects data and documents, and interviews industry players and others behind closed doors.“There could be something really useful” to emerge as legislation, said Allen Grunes, who led merger investigations at the Justice Department as an antitrust attorney.Lawmakers could address, for example, the galloping acquisition of small companies by the tech giants or craft an update of antitrust laws to apply better to complex tech behemoths, suggested Grunes, a co-founder and attorney at the Konkurrenz Group in Washington.“It’s not illegal to be a monopoly,” he said. “But it’s wrong for someone at the top of the hill to kick the people off who are trying to climb it.”Marcy Gordon, The Associated Press by Marcy Gordon, The Associated Press Posted Jun 10, 2019 9:13 pm PDT
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it was not the first time Okoli was attacking his wife,at? How many must he have eaten to end up end up in the actual hospital? Madoff will follow the prodigious rise and abrupt demise of the former investment advisor and convicted felon, This had angered Patels but Modi successfully consolidated non-Patels to his favour and co-opted tribals in large number. “This tactic has subsumed caste identities in the collective identity of the Hindus," he?tweeted while sharing her statement.After the North Campus clash Kaur had changed herFacebook profile picture holding a placard which read "I am astudent from Delhi University I am not afraid of ABVP I amnot alone Every student of India is with me#StudentsAgainstABVP" Delhi University’s Ramjas College had on Wednesdaywitnessed large-scale violence between members of AISA andABVP workers The genesis of the clash was an invite to JNUstudents Umar Khalid and Shehla Rashid to address a seminar on’Culture of Protests’ which was withdrawn by the collegeauthorities following opposition by the ABVP Follow our live coverage on the Ramjas College issue here more so in an election year.9 boys per 100 girls in 2000 to 118.
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The Indiana Office of Tourism Development, Deputy Senate President Ike Ekweremadu, it would be interesting to see how many of their leaders will still remain in Nigeria to play OPPOSITION rather than go on SELF-EXILE!” Watch the full clip below.Gulleson has long been rumored as a federal candidate for the 2012 election, but better for Russia. where a gunman killed 17 students and teachers last month a small group of student journalists grew increasingly frustrated at each question they say the controversial US Secretary of Education seemed to dodge For about an hour on Wednesday morning at least three student journalists from the schools newspaper TV production and yearbook staff followed DeVos around campus where they say she pet comfort dogs shook hands with the schools faculty and offered "generic" answers to their specific questions about how concrete changes can be made "It was a publicity stunt really There was no point to it" said Alyson Sheehy an 18-year-old yearbook editor who was part of the small student press pool "I kind of expected that to happen but its still frustrating that she made the trip out here and made it a big deal but didnt do anything" Sheehy said DeVos "didnt meet specifically with anyone" during her high-profile visit on the students first full day back at school "She was kind of just walking around the school and not talking to anybody" the high school senior said "We just kind of followed her around" When the student journalists asked DeVos questions about her goals and how she plans to stop school shootings they said DeVos demurred "She kind of gave us simple answers and didnt really answer the questions we asked" Sheehy said When the students pressed DeVos with questions about policy changes Sheehy said she told them officials were “working really hard on things” and that she didnt "think this is the time to really ask those types of questions" That did little to move or convince the students and even some adults including English teacher Melissa Falkowski who advises dozens of students on the schools newspaper The Eagle Eye "She didnt come to answer questions" Falkowski said "I feel like a lot of people have used what happened for their own personal agenda and that sort of felt like that" "Im not really sure what the purpose of her visit was because she didnt meet formally with any teachers or students" she added "Her being here I dont think is going to result in any help or change" Education Secretary Betsy DeVos visited Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland Fla on March 7 2018 Photo courtesy Kyra Parrow In a statement US Department of Education spokeswoman Liz Hill said DeVos’ visit was "designed to lend support to the community during a difficult time but also to minimize disruption on students’ first full day back at school" Last week DeVos gave Broward County Public Schools a $1 million grant to use toward recovery efforts "The Secretary has said the students of MSD have shown tremendous strength and that their voice are extremely important as we work to find solutions to keep students safe" Hill added "She had some conversations with students today but wants to sit down with more students from MSD in the near future” DeVos made the same remark during a brief news conference Wednesday after her visit which she said was "very sobering and very inspiring" DeVos said a "number" of student newspaper reporters "walked around the building" with her "Theyre obviously very very interested in seeing what adults are going to do about this whole situation and what were going to do to find common ground and common solutions to carry forward" she said "I told them that I am very interested in hearing from them" The Education Secretary also said she was willing to return to Stoneman Douglas for longer talks with the young journalists "I told the student newspaper reporters that I would love to come back sometime in an appropriate amount of time and just sit down and talk to them" she said "We are committed not only to listening but to action" Many students balked at the idea or approached it with caution "We would welcome it" Sheehy said "but if she pulls the same thing she did today were not going to take it" During her confirmation hearing last January when asked about gun-free zones around schools DeVos infamously said she "would imagine that theres probably a gun in the school [in Wyoming] to protect from potential grizzlies" Carly Novell a 17-year-old student journalist on the newspaper staff who was not part of the student press pool Wednesday said shed rather be visited by people openly committed to ending gun violence "Id rather her not come at all" Novell said Contact us at editors@timecomFlorida students take on NRA set eyes on midterm elections | Reuters World Reuters Feb 24 2018 21:48:18 IST Comment 0 Tweet This story has not been edited by Firstpost staff and is generated by auto-feed Updated Date: Feb 24 2018 21:48 PM Tags : Reuters Also Seeand 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Y. in 1730Cortland also a favorite for generations was identified in 1898 in New York state and by 1915 was in orchards in New England New York and PennsylvaniaThe trees were heavy with those five varieties branches bowed some broken by the weight of the harvest We picked bushels from low-hanging limbs and off the ground which was carpeted with apples from the tallest oldest trees After hauling apples from trees to barn it was cider timeGrind and pressDavid’s hardwood apple press is a marvel of simplicity The original grinder was hand cranked but he rigged a belt and electric motor to the mechanism so the process is speedier and easier on arms and shoulders The ground apples fall into a burlap-lined round oak bin When’s it’s filled with the aromatic grind a press is screwed down in stages squeezing the juice out of the mash and onto a contoured wooden deck from which it flows through a hole into pitchersThen the new cider is filtered with cheesecloth while being poured into jugs and jars for settling and cooling The aroma is magical The taste of the raw cider—spiced with apples that range from puckering tart to apple pie sweet—is a wonder of nature We made enough so David and Vivian could fill their 5-gallon jar with the recipe to make hard cider By the end of the day the mix was starting to work and bubbleSampled some of last year’s hard stuff but that’s a story for another timeBurgum spoke at both morning and afternoon NDSU graduation ceremonies on Saturday May 13 staged at the FargodomeThe 15-minute address began with nods to the university from which Burgum graduated in 1978 He mentioned his family’s long standing ties to the school including his grandmother Jessamine Slaughter Burgum the first woman to enroll there when it was known as North Dakota Agricultural College Burgum Hall on the NDSU campus is named in her honor The Katherine Kilbourne Burgum Family Life Center is named after the governor’s mother who was dean of the College of Home EconomicsThe governor’s address quickly turned to technology and how the pace of digital advancement will affect everyone To demonstrate Burgum paused at the podium to capture a 10-second video of the graduates on his phone and sent it off in through his Snapchat accountIn the past the governor has spoken of how higher education should embrace advances in communications technology including online access to course offeringsIn perhaps a nod to that Burgum said change driven by technology is inevitable"No organization regardless of its prior longevity nor its traditions nor its power base will be immune to the forces of change" he saidHe told the graduates they’re entering a world of perpetual disruption fueled by the digital revolution He said that disruption can be feared or embraced"When it’s embraced it becomes an opportunity to reinvent ourselves our institutions and our surroundings" the governor saidBurgum also referred to the steep state budget cuts including to higher education made due to a revenue slump brought on by lower oil and crop prices He said the adjustments were unprecedented"Nothing seen like that since the Great Depression" Burgum said; however spending had to be brought back in line with revenuesDuring the final day of the legislative session in April lawmakers decided NDSU would receive almost 18 percent less state money for its operating budget in the two-year budget cycle starting in July than it did for the previous two yearsThe higher education funding bill approved provides general fund support of $1291 million for NDSU in 2017-19 a decrease of 179 percent from the $1574 million appropriation for 2015-17 While it has been and will be a difficult adjustment for the university system Burgum said the state’s commitment to higher education remains "incredibly strong"For fiscal years 2017-19 nearly half of the state’s general fund more than $21 billion will go toward K-12 and higher education in North Dakota Burgum saidIn conclusion Burgum challenged the graduates to be curious and courageous saying those attributes will bring success in the future"Courage to challenge the status quo courage to challenge existing power structures because sometimes these power structures exist only to defend themselves and their past rather than participating in reinventing themselves to define and create our collective future" he saidPrior to the ceremony NDSU indicated there were 2251 students eligible for spring commencement and that a total of 1420 graduate professional and undergraduate students would take part and that he has urged Trump not to remove the Justice Department official "before we have solidified things with Mueller." said Sen. 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