Dragnet

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Documentary groups challenge Trump’s social media vetting in court

In 2015, the Obama administration assembled an immigration task force to assess the effectiveness,...

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La Crosse speaks up: Letters to the editor for the week of Nov. 29, 2019

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi recently strode to a microphone and stated that President Trump's attempt...

discovered 3 months ago on La Crosse Tribune
Why is Adam Schiff sniffing around the phone records of reporters and congressmen?

Adam Schiff owes the public some answers. The House Intelligence Committee chairman should explain...

discovered 3 months ago on Washington Examiner
Sanctions May Have Fueled Iran Protests, but Have Yet to Further U.S. Goals

President Trump likes to say that Iran is “a different country” after 18 months of punishing...

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Setting politics aside, Sequoia raises $3.4 billion for US and China investments – TechCrunch

Noted Silicon Valley venture capital fund Sequoia Capital has raised nearly $1 billion for...

discovered 3 months ago on TechCrunch
Michael Bloomberg Plays Dumb About All the Criticism of His Stop-and-Frisk Support

The decline and collapse of Kamala Harris' presidential ambitions should serve as a lesson that...

discovered 3 months ago on Reason.com
Springfield Mayor Domenic Sarno calls for review of Mount Carmel Society, alleged site of Latin...

Carmel Society social club after the establishment was identified by the FBI as a gathering place...

discovered 3 months ago on The Republican
Star Trek actor Robert Walker dies at age 79

In the 1980s he popped up on several TV series like CHiPs and Dallas (he played Harding Devers) as well as The Fall Guy and Dragnet. A classic: He landed opposite Diane Varsi ...

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Trump asks Supreme Court to block House subpoenas to banks for financial documents

In the emergency petition, the lawyers argue that the subpoenas "target financial institutions that...

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Review: ‘21 Bridges’ puts New York on lockdown

Andre Davis (Boseman) is put in charge of the investigation, largely because of his shoot-first reputation. With the two suspects believed to be in...

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Nonprofit foster care providers push back against federal judge’s ‘one size fits all’ mandates

Texas foster-care providers are pushing back against a federal judge’s edicts, warning that they’re...

discovered 4 months ago on Dallas Morning News
About Face: EFF's new campaign to end government use of face surveillance

Today, the Electronic Frontier Foundation launched About Face, a new national campaign to end...

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Searsport mourns loss of former longtime police chief

Less than a year after Richard LaHaye became the Searsport police chief, he was confronted by the...

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Protesters try to leave Hong Kong campus but avoid arrest

For days, Hong Kong’s protesters fortified a university campus to keep police from getting in....

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Echodyne and Univ. of Washington assist DARPA with aerial drone surveillance test

When the Pentagon’s Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency tested an “Aerial Dragnet” system for...

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That November when Cedar Rapids saw 'Reds' everywhere

Consider the Red Scare that 100 years ago this month gripped Cedar Rapids. The Cedar Rapids Evening...

discovered 4 months ago on The Gazette
21 Bridges review: Chadwick Boseman's old-school corrupt cop thriller is a bust

The cop thriller 21 Bridges, so named for the number of entry points to Manhattan, puts the city on...

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Every Tom Hanks Movie, Ranked

This article was originally published in 2016 and has been updated to include Tom Hanks’s recent work. You might say there’s a unified theory of Hanks:...

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Review: ’21 Bridges’ is a just-good-enough thriller

How excited James Brown would have been for “21 Bridges.” Take you to bridge? It’s a just-good-enough New York crime thriller, made with sufficient...

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Bank robber accuses police of illegally using Google location data to catch him

After surveillance footage showed the assailant holding a cellphone before he entered the bank,...

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Echodyne Radars Anchor DARPA’s Urban Drone Testing

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Nov. 21 movie reviews: ‘A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood,’ ‘Frozen II,’ '21 Bridges,' 'The...

Director Marielle Heller frames “ A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood ” as if it were an episode of...

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Tharoor: The stunning new evidence of China's dictatorial repression

The restive, far west region of the country is home to a number of Turkic Muslim minorities,...

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'Swimming With Sharks' Adaptation Ordered to Series at Quibi

Quibi has given a series order to a series adaptation of the 1994 movie “Swimming With Sharks,” the...

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Film Review: ‘21 Bridges’ puts New York on lockdown

Andre Davis (Boseman) is put in charge of the investigation, largely because of his shoot-first reputation. With the two suspects believed to be in...

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'Ernie & Joe' shows another side of policing

WHEN THE DEFINITIVE history of television is written, I believe that “Cops” should rank among the more influential shows. Not only did it demonstrate...

discovered 4 months ago on New Hampshire Union Leader
The Latest: Chinese Envoy Accuses UK, US of Interference

China’s ambassador to Britain has accused the U.K. and U.S. of interfering in the internal affairs...

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The stunning new evidence of China's dictatorial repression

The restive, far west region of the country is home to a number of Turkic Muslim minorities,...

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Police clash with protesters at Hong Kong Polytechnic University

Some wearing gas masks calmly picked up smoking tear gas canisters and dropped them into heavy-duty...

discovered 4 months ago on Market Watch
Protesters Try to Leave Hong Kong Campus but Avoid Arrest

For days, Hong Kong’s protesters fortified a university campus to keep police from getting in....

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AP News in Brief at 12:04 a.m. EST

The police have set up a dragnet around the campus to pick up as many as they can. Anti-government protesters have barricaded themselves inside Polytechnic. WASHINGTON — Democratic ...

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Opinion | Bloomberg’s Bogus, Belated Mea Culpa

Last Sunday I wrote a column entitled “You Must Never Vote for Bloomberg” because of Michael Bloomberg’s promotion, advocacy and defense of the racist...

discovered 4 months ago on New York Times
Roanoke police continue search for suspect in Franklin County homicide

Roanoke police lifted a “shelter in place” order for the Grandin Road area Thursday but implored...

discovered 4 months ago on The Daily Progress
Hong Kong Protesters Urge General Strike for Monday

Pro-democracy activists in Hong Kong have called for a general strike Monday, seeking to disrupt the Asian financial center in the aftermath of the death...

discovered 4 months ago on Seattle Times
Impeachment witnesses the heroes we need right now

If Ambassador Bill Taylor didn’t exist already, we’d have to invent him. With a made-for-TV voice filled to the brim with gravitas, the West Point grad and career public servant was the living ...

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Why tech companies owe us more than a quarterly transparency report

Facebook has more than 2 billion users, and at that scale comes lots of wrongdoing. The company’s...

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OPINION | The Press Should Name the Whistleblower

Although CNN advanced the story slightly on Oct. 3 by revealing that the complainant was a registered Democrat, the establishment has continued to...

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Impeachment Sidebar: Historical Context | New York Law Journal

In mid-2017, I wrote on these pages that the “extraordinary” constitutional prerogative of...

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The very best (and worst) TV-to-movie adaptations, ranked (including 'Charlie's Angels')

The Angels are back in cinemas, though they have groovy history on the small screen as well....

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Dombivli: Fearing arrest, Goodwin Jewellery staffer cancels wedding | Thane News - Times of India

Manish Kundi, manager of the jewellery firm's Dombivli branch, has been booked in the multi-crore...

discovered 4 months ago on The Times of India
Battle-tested attorneys to face off in impeachment inquiry

Goldman, the investigations chief for Intelligence Committee Chairman Rep. Adam Schiff, D-Calif., and Castor, the GOP chief investigative counsel, asked the bulk of the questions of witnesses ...

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The Army Told Us Why It Partnered With Tom DeLonge's UFO Group

The Army is looking for "military utility" in mysterious metals obtained by DeLonge's To the Stars...

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White House sees blueprint for stonewalling Democrats after subpoena win by former aide

As House Democrats prepare for public impeachment hearings next week, White House officials say...

discovered 4 months ago on Washington Examiner
Hong Kong protesters urge general strike for Monday - The Boston Globe

Originally an anti-Valentine’s Day celebration in mainland China, it has turned into an annual...

discovered 4 months ago on The Boston Globe
This Is How the US Military's Massive Facial Recognition System Works - Slashdot

The weapon is deployed around the world, largely invisible, and grows more powerful by the day. From a report: That weapon is a vast database, packed with millions of images of faces, irises ...

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Murders of Michigan women still unsolved 50 years later — but cops had eye on 1 man

When Mary Fleszar's mutilated body was found on Aug. 7, 1967, it had been brutalized so severely she...

discovered 4 months ago on Detroit Free Press
Lessons learned from the Marlboro Man (Editorial)

You may not recognize the name of Robert Norris, but if you’re of an older generation, you know him. Norris, who died at 90 of natural causes on Nov. 3,...

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WhatsApp Cofounder Brian Acton on Why Privacy Matters

The cofounder of WhatsApp and the Signal Foundation thinks the use of encrypted communications tools...

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Chinese professor files country's first lawsuit against use of facial recognition technology in zoo...

A Chinese professor has filed the country's first lawsuit against the use of facial-recognition...

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Analysis | The West’s left-right battle lines run through Brazil

Democratic presidential candidate Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) tweeted his support of Brazil's former...

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They Tried to Save the Lives of Immigrants Fleeing Danger. Now They’re Facing Prosecution

Warren credits this scrubby land of rattlesnakes, tarantulas and cacti with transforming him from a...

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