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Trump calls on Barr to appoint special prosecutor to investigate Bidens before Election Day
Tue, 20 Oct 2020 11:30:20 -0400
“We've got to get the attorney general to act,” the president said in a telephone interview with “Fox & Friends.” “He's got to act. And he’s got to act fast.”

Marines remove general investigated over alleged racial slur
Tue, 20 Oct 2020 12:21:37 -0400
The Marine Corps has removed a two-star general from command of Marine forces in Europe and Africa based on an investigation into allegations that he used a racial slur during a training event, officials said Tuesday. The decision to relieve Maj. Gen. Stephen Neary of command of Marine Corps Forces Europe and Africa, headquartered in Germany, was made by the commandant of the Marine Corps, Gen. David Berger. “Neary was relieved due to a loss of trust and confidence in his ability to serve in command,” the Marines said in a brief written statement.

Rush Limbaugh says he's living 'under a death sentence' after discovering his cancer had spread and became terminal
Tue, 20 Oct 2020 14:37:56 -0400
The conservative radio host announced in February that he was diagnosed with lung cancer, which he said has since progressed.

Heartbreak in the Magic Kingdom: Laid-off Disney workers turn to food banks as coronavirus devastates Florida tourism
Tue, 20 Oct 2020 09:19:49 -0400
The coronavirus has led to thousands of layoffs at Disney in Orlando, and devastated the local economy, reports Richard Hall

Supreme Court justices chastise Vermont on the limits of police power in 'deer jacking' case
Mon, 19 Oct 2020 11:40:00 -0400
Vermont's high court ruled that game wardens had a legal right to wander around the land of a homeowner suspected of illegally hunting deer at night.

Former Mexican defense minister ordered held in U.S. jail without bond
Tue, 20 Oct 2020 06:03:05 -0400
Mexico's former defense minister, Salvador Cienfuegos, was ordered held in U.S. custody without bail on Tuesday, pending his trial on drug trafficking charges in a case that could have far-reaching implications for U.S. and Mexican anti-cartel strategy. A U.S. magistrate judge also ordered Cienfuegos, 72, sent to New York to stand trial. Cienfuegos was arrested at Los Angeles International Airport last week.

Record-setting catch of 110-pound catfish in Georgia has angler under fire. Here’s why
Tue, 20 Oct 2020 17:59:19 -0400
Some aren’t happy about what happened to the catfish

Fake naked photos of thousands of women shared online
Tue, 20 Oct 2020 12:40:05 -0400
Fake naked images of thousands of women are being made from social media photos.

Trump supporter launches furious rant at Starbucks barista
Tue, 20 Oct 2020 16:53:55 -0400
This week a Trump supporter went viral for all the wrong reasons after video surfaced of her yelling anti-Black Lives Matter rhetoric at a Starbucks barista in Santee, California. The clip – which was taken by a concerned customer – shows the agitated woman getting into a heated war of words with barista Alex Beckom, 19, after being politely asked her to wear the Trump 2020 mask under her chin, correctly over her face. Instead of leaving quietly, the woman then accused the coffee shop employee of discriminating against her for her political views as a supporter of the president.

12 Everyday Household Items That Are Worth the Investment
Mon, 19 Oct 2020 13:31:33 -0400

With just days to go in the campaign, Trump knocks environmentally friendly toilets
Mon, 19 Oct 2020 14:32:13 -0400
In a lengthy digression during his rally in Carson City, Nev., on Sunday, President Trump claimed that Americans have to “flush their toilet 15 times” due to restrictions on water usage.

USPS told its postal police officers to stand down, igniting concerns about mail-in ballot security and sparking another lawsuit against the agency
Wed, 21 Oct 2020 01:14:05 -0400
The USPS has become a flashpoint in the upcoming elections under the leadership of Trump ally Louis DeJoy, who has made major changes.

Large earthquake off southern coast of Alaska prompts tsunami fears, fleeing
Tue, 20 Oct 2020 16:36:45 -0400
A magnitude 7.5 earthquake prompted a tsunami warning Monday for a nearly thousand-mile stretch of Alaska’s southern coast, with waves over 2 feet at the nearest community as the threat subsided.

Navy jet crashes in California, but pilot ejects safely
Tue, 20 Oct 2020 16:26:46 -0400
A Navy fighter jet crashed Tuesday in the Mojave Desert, but its pilot safely ejected, the Navy said. The F/A-18E Super Hornet from Naval Air Station Lemoore in California's Central Valley went down during a routine training mission in Superior Valley south of Naval Air Weapons Station China Lake, the Lemoore base said in a Facebook post. The crash sparked a brush fire that has since been extinguished, Kern County Fire Department spokesman Andrew Freeborn told the Los Angeles Times.

Outrage among Hindu groups as Kamala Harris's niece shares image of her photoshopped as goddess
Tue, 20 Oct 2020 08:08:28 -0400
Image had planted Harris’s face onto the Hindu goddess Durga, showing Biden as her lion and Trump as a demon she slays

Fears of ecological disaster grow over stricken oil tanker in Caribbean
Tue, 20 Oct 2020 11:05:44 -0400
Lawmakers from the National Assembly called on the country's government to urgently unload oil from Nabarima to avoid a spill.

Many killed and wounded in Afghanistan visa stampede
Wed, 21 Oct 2020 10:05:46 -0400
Chaos broke out when thousands gathered in a stadium in Afghanistan to apply for visas to Pakistan.

Submarine murderer Peter Madsen surrounded by armed officers after escaping Danish prison
Tue, 20 Oct 2020 06:55:54 -0400
Danish submarine killer Peter Madsen took a female psychologist hostage and then escaped from prison in Copenhagen on Tuesday, keeping police at bay for nearby two hours after he wore what police feared was an explosives belt strapped around his abdomen. The 49-year-old escaped from Herstedvester prison at around 10am, seizing the woman and brandishing a "pistol-like object". "He used her as a shield to threaten the staff to open the gate. It was very violent and the staff, therefore, chose to back off," Bo Yde Sorensen, Chairman of the Danish Prison Federation, told Ekstra Bladet newspaper. "The weapon was life-like so the prison guards at the gate did not dare take any chances in relation to the hostage, who they judged to be in life danger. He threatened to kill her if they did not open the gate." Madsen, who murdered a Swedish journalist on his submarine in 2017, made it little more than half a mile from the prison gates.

Vatican number two says deal with China on appointment of bishops will be renewed
Wed, 21 Oct 2020 06:50:08 -0400
Vatican Secretary of State Cardinal Pietro Parolin said on Wednesday that a controversial deal with Beijing on the appointment of Roman Catholic bishops in China would be renewed. Asked by reporters on the sidelines of an event at a Rome university if it was a done deal, Parolin said: "Yes, I can anticipate to you that all will go well ... I'll leave you with a positive signal." The accord with Beijing gives the pope final say over the appointment of Chinese bishops and the government allows all of them, including those hailing from a state-backed Church, to recognise the pope's authority.

Mark Meadows' FEC filings raise questions of unlawful spending, campaign coordination
Wed, 21 Oct 2020 06:00:01 -0400
The White House chief of staff quit Congress in March — but his campaign kept on racking up dubious expenses

A simulation of coronavirus spread in a classroom found kids in the back corners were safest. Here's why.
Tue, 20 Oct 2020 17:25:00 -0400
In a simulation of coronavirus spread in a classroom, students seated in the back corners of the room were safest.

Justice Department Announces Rule to Bar Some Criminal Illegal Immigrants from Asylum
Tue, 20 Oct 2020 18:34:26 -0400
The Departments of Justice and Homeland Security on Tuesday announced new regulations barring illegal immigrants who have committed certain crimes from obtaining asylum in the U.S., part of the Trump administration's ongoing effort to prevent bad actors from gaining entrance to the country."To ensure that criminal aliens cannot obtain this discretionary benefit, the Attorney General and Secretary of Homeland Security have exercised their regulatory authority to limit eligibility for asylum for aliens who have engaged in specified categories of criminal behavior," the DOJ said in a statement.Under the new rule, immigrants who are convicted felons, have been convicted of smuggling or harboring other illegal immigrants or reentering the country illegally, committed certain drunk driving offenses, committed a crime involving gangs, received government benefits illegally, committed drug trafficking or possession offenses, or committed offenses related to false identification will not be eligible for asylum.Notably, immigrants who have committed certain domestic violence offenses, such as battery or extreme cruelty, will also be barred from asylum even if they were not convicted.Acting Deputy Secretary of Homeland Security Ken Cuccinelli said Tuesday on a call with reporters that the rule aims to "bring some sanity to the asylum system and our legal immigration system" and to "get the charlatans out of the system and preserve it for those who are deserving of America's tremendous generosity."Cuccinelli said that he expects the rule to help "speed the process along" of vetting asylum seekers, potentially easing the asylum program's current backlog of over a million cases.Asylum seekers who are currently waiting on their cases in the U.S. but are now ineligible for asylum under the new rule "will be deported" when their cases come up, Cucinelli said.The new rule will take effect 30 days after it is published in the Federal Register on Wednesday.Last year, the administration attempted to deny asylum to all migrants who failed to enter the U.S. through a legal port of entry but that policy was struck down by more than one federal judge, who said it was “inconsistent with” the Immigration and Nationality Act of 1965.

U.S. fighter jets intercept Russian bombers near Alaska
Tue, 20 Oct 2020 12:52:00 -0400
U.S. fighter jets intercepted four Russian military aircraft in international airspace near Alaska, NORAD said.

Joe Biden supporter who was installing BLM sign arrested for allegedly shooting at passing Trump supporter and son
Tue, 20 Oct 2020 15:12:36 -0400
Neighbours said the political signs supporting Democrats had been previously pulled down on multiple occasions

Record-setting Cameron Peak wildfire consumes more than 200,000 acres in Colorado
Mon, 19 Oct 2020 14:46:00 -0400
To the south, firefighters near Boulder were also battling a blaze that had torched at least 26 homes.

Human remains found in search for Tulsa massacre victims
Tue, 20 Oct 2020 17:05:20 -0400
One set of human remains, and perhaps a second, have been found in a Tulsa cemetery where investigators are searching for victims of the 1921 Tulsa Race Massacre, Oklahoma state archaeologist Kary Stackelbeck said Tuesday. “We do have one confirmed individual and the possibility of a second” body found, Stackelbeck said. The confirmed human remains were found little more than 3 feet (90 centimeters) underground in an area known as the “Original 18,” where funeral home records show massacre victims are buried.

A jailed Philippine activist is forced to attend her infant's funeral in handcuffs and a hazmat suit
Wed, 21 Oct 2020 06:00:11 -0400
The death of Reina Mae Nasino's 3-month-old daughter, River, has sparked an uproar over President Rodrigo Duterte's crackdown on human rights defenders. The underweight infant was separated from her mother, denying her breast milk that could have prolonged her life.

France bans Islamist group after killing of teacher: government spokesman
Wed, 21 Oct 2020 08:23:50 -0400
France will ban an Islamist group named after the late Sheikh Yassin as part of a crackdown on militants following the murder of a French schoolteacher last week, government spokesman Gabriel Attal said on Wednesday. Samuel Paty was beheaded on Oct. 16 by an 18-year-old of Chechen origin seeking to avenge his victim's use of caricatures of the Prophet Mohammad in a class on freedom of expression. "This is a battle over security, culture and education," Attal said.

The 2021 IKEA Catalog Is Finally Here!
Tue, 20 Oct 2020 17:31:03 -0400

Hundreds of Iraq, Afghanistan veterans volunteer as poll workers to protect the vote
Wed, 21 Oct 2020 04:00:00 -0400
Military veterans volunteering to assist 2020 election is “one sacred institution protecting another,” one Marine says.

Watch the US Navy stealth destroyer Zumwalt fire off a missile for the first time
Tue, 20 Oct 2020 12:10:56 -0400
USS Zumwalt went years without a working combat system, but now the Navy is starting to put its weapons to the test.

Editorial: The Supreme Court is taking up two border cases we hope the election makes moot
Tue, 20 Oct 2020 06:00:08 -0400
The Supreme Court will hear cases over President Trump's border wall funding and his requirement that asylum seekers wait in Mexico. A Biden win likely would make these cases moot.

Trump rips Biden and Fauci for coronavirus 'bad calls' and again suggests the pandemic nearly over
Mon, 19 Oct 2020 19:29:58 -0400
President Trump attacked Joe Biden and the nation’s top infectious disease expert Dr. Anthony Fauci during a campaign rally in Prescott, Ariz.

3 killed, 1 person in critical condition after Texas club shooting
Wed, 21 Oct 2020 08:24:26 -0400
A shooting in a Texas club left three dead and a fourth critically injured, police said, hours after another incident in which an officer was shot dead.

Hundreds of Chinese fishing vessels ‘target’ Galapagos Islands
Tue, 20 Oct 2020 13:52:08 -0400
Huge fleet evaded trackers on edge of protected zone

A teacher called 911 after a man broke into the house of two students during a remote class
Tue, 20 Oct 2020 13:57:17 -0400
Two of her students, teenage siblings, didn't log off at the end of class as they normally did. Then they called for help.

‘Cheer’ star Jerry Harris was warned before child porn arrest by the owner of a gym featured on ‘AGT,’ lawsuit claims
Tue, 20 Oct 2020 17:18:12 -0400
Cheer Athletics co-owner Angela Rogers warned 'Cheer' star Jerry Harris about a possible investigation into his conduct, according to a lawsuit.

Unmasked man in Washington grocery store speaks out after video goes viral
Tue, 20 Oct 2020 13:39:53 -0400
In the viral video, an employee confronts Scott, who said his medical condition prevents him from wearing a mask.

A night of flirting at a Broward casino leads to man being drugged, robbed, deputies said
Tue, 20 Oct 2020 23:09:32 -0400
What started out as an evening of flirting with a woman at a Broward casino ended with him being drugged and robbed, deputies said.

A US lab used rockets to launch a semi-truck into a new tractor trailer built to transport nuclear weapons
Tue, 20 Oct 2020 15:53:25 -0400
"You've got to be able to ship nuclear assets safely and securely or you don't have a deterrence program," a lab project manager said.

Utah's Democratic and Republican candidates for governor release joint ad urging civility and a fair election
Tue, 20 Oct 2020 12:09:00 -0400
Utah's candidates for governor just made history in a very unexpected way.While Democrat Chris Peterson and Republican Spencer Cox would both like to win the gubernatorial election in just two weeks, they'd also like Utahns to accept the results of the presidential race no matter the outcome. So they banded together for an ad released Tuesday encouraging just that.In what could be the first time two opposing candidates appeared in one ad so close to the election, Cox acknowledged the candidates are in the "final days of campaigning against each other." "But our common values transcend our political differences," Peterson added, namely their belief that "whether you vote by mail or in person, we will both fully support the results of the upcoming presidential election regardless of the outcome.""We are both committed to American civility and a peaceful transition of power," Cox added, and Peterson then encouraged Utah to "be an example to the nation."> Today @SpencerJCox and I are releasing joint public service ads on civility in politics. Working together and the peaceful transfer of power are integral to what it means to be American. Let's reforge our national commitment to decency and democracy. utpol standunited> > — Peterson for Utah (@PetersonUtah) October 20, 2020Cox and Peterson's ad comes as President Trump has repeatedly refused to confirm he'll accept the results of the election if he loses to Democratic nominee Joe Biden.More stories from Will Kansas go blue? What happened to third party candidates? If Roe falls

Biden calls for violence to end in Nigeria after SARS fires at protesters
Wed, 21 Oct 2020 08:42:32 -0400
The U.S. must support Nigerians ‘peacefully demonstrating for police reform,’ Biden said. The unrest in the African nation of Nigeria is getting international attention. Witnesses have claimed on social media that military security forces fired on the hundreds of people who were peacefully protesting at a toll gate.

Exclusive: Australian writer detained in Beijing told supporter he was a former Chinese spy
Wed, 21 Oct 2020 01:31:45 -0400

Italy investigates why women's names were written above graves of aborted fetuses in Rome cemetery
Tue, 20 Oct 2020 12:10:39 -0400
Italian prosecutors and the government's privacy watchdog are investigating how the names of women who miscarried or had abortions ended up on crosses over graves for the fetuses in a cemetery in Rome. Rights groups have denounced the grave markings as a gross violation of the women's privacy, which is protected by the 1978 law that legalised abortion in Italy. While regulations require burial of a fetus after 20 weeks, women who have complained said they never knowingly consented to the burials, much less to having their names put on crosses. The scandal - brought to light last month when a woman wrote on Facebook about coming upon her name on a cross in Rome's Flaminio Cemetery – comes as Italian women say finding a doctor to perform an abortion has become increasingly difficult. Women's rights group Differenza Donna says it has so far identified over 1,000 such graves in the Roman cemetery in overgrown plots. The crosses are crude wooden or iron slats, and some of the graves are adorned with filthy stuffed animals or toys that have been left to the elements.

9 people die after getting flu shot in S. Korea, but authorities find no link
Wed, 21 Oct 2020 07:56:58 -0400
Nine people have died after getting flu shots in South Korea in the past week, raising concerns over the vaccine's safety just as the seasonal inoculation program is expanded to head off potential COVID-19 complications.

Beheading in France could bolster president's claim that Islam is in 'crisis' – but so is French secularism
Tue, 20 Oct 2020 15:40:32 -0400
A French high school teacher who had shown caricatures of the Prophet Muhammad to his class was beheaded on Oct. 16 by an 18-year-old Muslim refugee in what France’s President Emmanuel Macron characterized as an “Islamist terrorist attack.”The killing is the latest high-profile attack by a Muslim extremist in France, coming after the 2015 massacre at Charlie Hebdo magazine and the 2016 truck attack in Nice. It also occurred two weeks after Macron gave a controversial speech defining Islam as “a religion that is in crisis today all over the world.”France, which colonized many Muslim-majority territories in Africa and the Levant in the 19th and 20th centuries, such as Algeria and Mali, has Western Europe’s largest Muslim minority – 6 million people, or 9% of its population. Macron’s Oct. 2 speech outlined a legislative proposal to fight “Islamist separatism.” If passed in Parliament, it would essentially ban home-schooling of all children aged 3 and up and prevent foreign-trained imams from leading French mosques. The goal, said the president, is “to build an Islam in France that can be compatible with the Enlightenment.” Macron’s analysis concludes, simply, that Islam is somehow at odds with modern Western society. But my research on state secularism and religion shows that the reality is much more complicated. French versus American secularismFrench secularism, which is embraced by both the progressive left and the Islamophobic right, goes well beyond the American democratic concept of separating religion and state. Called “laïcité,” it essentially excludes religious symbols from public institutions. France has banned Muslim women’s headscarves in schools and outlawed religious face coverings everywhere. There are no such bans in the United States.While both America and France have ongoing debates about “Islamic fundamentalism” and “Muslim terrorists” and views that can be defined as Islamophobic have some popular support, American democracy generally provides better opportunities for the integration of various religious groups. In France, the Constitution defines the state only as secular, without delineating the boundaries of that secularism. In the United States, the First Amendment restricts the secular state’s engagement with religion, saying the government can neither establish a religion nor prohibit a religion’s free exercise. It would be difficult for the U.S. to announce, as Macron did, a state-sponsored project to “forge a type of Enlightenment Islam.”Indeed, 11 years before Macron voiced his provocative view, U.S. President Barack Obama gave a famous speech on Islam in Egypt in 2009, attempting to reset the relationship between America and the Muslim world.Emphasizing Muslims’ contributions to American society, Obama said, “It is important for Western countries to avoid impeding Muslim citizens from practicing religion as they see fit – for instance, by dictating what clothes a Muslim woman should wear.”Obama’s speech reflected an idealized American melting pot, a place where hyphenated identities like Muslim-American are common. French secularism sees no hyphenated identities – only French or Not French. Islam and the secular stateSome in France also see this rigid secularism as unequal to the challenges of multiculturalism and migration. The eminent scholar Jean Bauberot, for example, defends a more “pluralistic secularism” – one that tolerates certain religious symbols in public institutions. France has in fact made many exceptions for Catholics. The government provides substantial public funding to private Catholic schools, which educate about a quarter of all K-12 students, and six of 11 official holidays in France are Catholic holidays. Too often, laïcité translates into an unwillingness to accommodate the religiously based demands of Muslims. In 2015, a Muslim advocacy organization sued a municipal authority in France’s Burgundy region for refusing to offer an alternative to pork in public school cafeterias. The court compelled the town to reverse its policy, but not because it violated religious freedom. The court found the menu violated the children’s rights.France’s founding commitment to equality under the law likewise forestalls meaningful social debate on racial discrimination; its census does not even collect information on race. Although France’s biggest minority is mostly composed of nonwhite Muslim immigrants from its former colonies in Africa and their descendents, Macron’s speech referenced only in passing to French colonialism.[Expertise in your inbox. Sign up for The Conversation’s newsletter and get expert takes on today’s news, every day.] BlasphemyThat said, I find some truth in Macron’s speech. But the “crisis” facing Islam lies in the historical and political failings of the Muslim world, not in the religion itself.As my 2019 book, “Islam, Authoritarianism, and Underdevelopment,” documents, many Muslim countries like Egypt, Iran and Saudi Arabia have long-lasting authoritarian regimes and chronic underdevelopment. In 32 of the world’s 49 Muslim-majority countries, blasphemy laws punish people who speak sacrilegiously about sacred things; in six countries, blasphemy is a capital offense. These laws, which block freedom of expression, are more rooted in the interests of the conservative clergy and authoritarian rulers than in the Islamic faith, my research shows. They actually contradict several Quranic verses that urge Muslims not to coerce or retaliate against people of other faiths. Still, in Western countries where Muslims are a minority, extremists occasionally take it upon themselves to punish those who, in their view, mock the Prophet Muhammad. That has caused global controversies over cartoons and movies. At times, in France and beyond, it has led to an unacceptable outcome: murder.Such killings, whether perpetrated by the state or by individuals, are tragedies. But to frame them as a purely religious problem ignores the socioeconomic and political origins of Islamic blasphemy laws, and the anti-democratic cultural consequences of authoritarianism in many Muslim countries. It also overlooks the difficult reality that social alienation is an underlying factor in the radicalization of some young Muslims in the West. Multiple secularisms, multiple IslamsMacron’s speech made some gestures toward greater inclusion. “I want France to become a country where we can teach the thoughts of Averreos and Ibn Khaldun,” he said, referencing two eminent Muslim thinkers of the 12th and 14th centuries, and envisioned “a country that excels in the study of Muslim civilizations.” That plural in “civilizations” is meaningful. It acknowledges that Islam is not monolithic. Neither is French secularism. Both are complex systems with varied interpretations. In truth, Macron doesn’t need to “build an Islam in France that can be compatible with the Enlightenment,” because that already exists. Whether French secularism can adapt to Islam is another question.This article is republished from The Conversation, a nonprofit news site dedicated to sharing ideas from academic experts. It was written by: Ahmet T. Kuru, San Diego State University.Read more: * Teachers in France, on the front line of defending the values of the Republic * Execution for a Facebook post? Why blasphemy is a capital offense in some Muslim countriesAhmet T. Kuru does not work for, consult, own shares in or receive funding from any company or organization that would benefit from this article, and has disclosed no relevant affiliations beyond their academic appointment.

Televangelist Pat Robertson predicts Trump win, then chaos, then the end of the world
Tue, 20 Oct 2020 20:27:38 -0400
Pat Robertson has made similar predictions about the end of the world before and been wrong. This time, he foresees "some kind of asteroid strike."

These men tried to break into two homes within minutes. Here’s what it looked like
Tue, 20 Oct 2020 13:36:46 -0400
The Broward Sheriff’s Office released video on Tuesday of two men they say tried to pull two burglaries from homes within minutes of one another.

A new reboot of the iconic Eastern Air Lines is flying between New York and Cabo this winter for under $250 round-trip
Tue, 20 Oct 2020 08:11:00 -0400
The new Eastern Airlines might not be the same as its legendary predecessor but the fares to Mexico are unbeatable for winter travel.

Florida company warns employees they might lose jobs if Trump doesn’t win
Mon, 19 Oct 2020 20:52:45 -0400
Boss has given hundreds of thousands to Republican political causes