Thursday, July 25

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Three Dead After Shooter Opens Fire at Walmart in Oklahoma
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Three Dead After Shooter Opens Fire at Walmart in Oklahoma

Three lifeless in capturing at Walmart Oklahoma. Within a part from the supermarket chain, Walmart in Duncan (Oklahoma, United States Of America) these days at the very least three individuals died after a taking pictures.   The local law enforcement record this. Nothing is yet recognized about the quantity of injured folks. Right now, in accordance with AP news company, the respective authorities are on the spot in huge numbers.   At the moment nothing is recognized about the main cause of the capturing and if the perpetrator is still free of charge. Immediately after the incident was noted for the law enforcement, the near by schools continued lockdown.
US House of Representatives Must Receive A Entire Mueller Investigation Report
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US House of Representatives Must Receive A Entire Mueller Investigation Report

A federal US assess has determined that the Home of Reps must have the rough, unedited edition of the record by special investigator Robert Mueller before October 30. Up to now, the House got to deal with a heavily edited model.   Mueller investigated the alleged associates of presidential choice Trump's entourage with Russians during the 2016 election strategy, also known as Russiagate. He got to the conclusion that there was no proof that Trump was liable for conspiracies and had nothing to do with Russians to impact the elections. That was the key in the allegations of Trumps Democratic opponents. The American parliament previously received an edited edition of the report. The Justice Committee of the House visited courtroom to get the full edition. In the edited edition, certa...
Donald Trump Has Completely Had It With Beyoncé
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Donald Trump Has Completely Had It With Beyoncé

Donald Trump has Completely had it with Beyoncé. President Donald Trump played hard on Thursday evening for Beyoncé and Bruce Springsteen.   The Republican taunted the stars because of their appearances during the election campaign of his opponent Hillary Clinton in 2016. Donald Trump did not comment on the many investigations that go to him for a possible impeachment procedure,  among other things because of a conversation with the Ukrainian president about his political rival Joe Biden. But he did a good job at the artists who supported Clinton in the presidential race. It was not clear why this time, Trump was precisely talking about Beyoncé and Bruce Springsteen about an event from at least three years ago. "I didn't need Beyoncé and Jay-Z, and certainly not Bruce Springste...
Dozens of Child Abuse Lawsuits against the Church in New York
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Dozens of Child Abuse Lawsuits against the Church in New York

Dozens of Child Abuse Lawsuits against the Church in New York. At least seventy people have sued the Catholic Church in New York in one day. New legislation came into force in that state on Wednesday.   This gives victims of sexual abuse that sometimes took place decades ago still the opportunity to go to civil court. According to data from the court in New York, especially priests, are accused of abuse. Besides, many victims blame Catholic church leaders for covering up the scandals. The new law can lead to hundreds of charges against churches, schools and other agencies in New York where children have been abused in the past. That was often not possible until Wednesday, because complaints were time-barred. The authorities are discussing new regulations that make it possible to ...
Facebook: we are not invited to social media top in White House
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Facebook: we are not invited to social media top in White House

Facebook: we are not invited to social media top in the White House. The White House is organising a social media summit on Thursday, where President Donald Trump will also speak.   Remarkably, Facebook, the largest social media company in the world, has not received an invitation. According to the reports, Facebook had asked if the company had received an invitation. Why the company was not invited is unclear. Another significant social media company,  Twitter, did not want to answer the question of whether it was invited and whether it would participate in the top. Google did not respond directly to questions. According to the announcement, the summit is intended to "bring digital leaders together for a robust conversation,  about the chances and challenges of today's onlin...
President Donald Trump: Congress can’t Drop Me Off
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President Donald Trump: Congress can’t Drop Me Off

President Donald Trump has told his opponents in Congress that there is no point in starting a settlement procedure against him. Some Democrats think aloud about this, following the report by special investigator Robert Mueller.   But that is not at all possible according to Trump, because the law requires that such a procedure must involve crimes or serious violations committed by the head of state. The report clearly shows, according to Trump, that he was not guilty of it. He repeated: "No conspiracy, no obstruction (of the judicial process)." Mueller's research focused on whether Trump or his Republican staff had conspired with Russians in the 2016 election campaign. It mainly concerned emails that had surfaced via WikiLeaks that showed that the top of the Democratic Party opp...
Trump Expresses Confidence In Fed Chairman Powell
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Trump Expresses Confidence In Fed Chairman Powell

Trump Expresses confidence in Fed chairman Powell but Remains Critical. The American president Donald Trump has shown his confidence in the Federal Reserve and Chairman Jerome Powell.   Trump did so in response to earlier news that he was considering dismissing the boss of the central bank. He remains of the opinion that the Fed raises interest rates too quickly. "I think it will be straightened again, and they raise interest rates so quickly because they believe it's good for the economy,  but I think they'll get it pretty quickly," the president told the White House on Tuesday. Insiders told press Office Blast week that the president had discussed the dismissal of Powell,  but ended that this measure does not lie within his powers. It appeared from Twitter messages from Mini...
Facebook Knew Accounts And Pages Ahead Of US Elections
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Facebook Knew Accounts And Pages Ahead Of US Elections

Facebook knew Accounts and Pages ahead of US Elections. Facebook has removed more than eight hundred profiles and pages that regularly violated the rules on spam and the spreading of fake news from the network.   It covers 559 pages and 251 accounts from the United States. Facebook publishes Thursday in a blog post. According to the company, the accounts placed "sensational political content", but that was not the reason for the removal. Facebook states that the accounts "constantly" infringed the rules of the platform. To gain a reputation, for example, fake accounts were used to generate more traffic. The company views at account behaviour more often instead of posted messages, to differentiate between real and fake profiles. Facebook cites the upcoming US Congress elections ...
Microsoft Advocates Regulation Facial Recognition
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Microsoft Advocates Regulation Facial Recognition

Microsoft Advocates regulation Facial Recognition. Microsoft calls on the US government to regulate facial recognition to prevent misuse of the technology.   Microsoft chief lawyer Brad Smith states Friday that face recognition technology causes difficulties affecting people fundamental liberties, essentially privacy and right of expression. According to Smith, the US government is going to control the use of the technology. Smith wants the government to examine what actions it can take against the use of facial recognition to profile people by race, without affecting the positive aspects of technology. Also, the government must ask themselves whether investigative services and law enforcement officers are authorised to use the technology just like that, or whether a minimum leve...
Twitter No Longer Counts ‘Closed’ Accounts For The Number Of Followers
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Twitter No Longer Counts ‘Closed’ Accounts For The Number Of Followers

Twitter no Longer counts 'Closed' Accounts for the Number of Followers. Twitter no longer counts 'closed' accounts in the number of followers of a profile.   With this, the figure that shows the number of followers has to become more precise, the head of Twitters policy and trust team Vijaya Gadde declares Wednesday. A closed account differs from a deleted account. It usually concerns reports of real people, of which Twitter is no longer sure whether they still have access to the profile. Twitter closes accounts typically if the company suddenly perceives different behaviour. As a result of the measure, most users will lose four or fewer followers, writes Twitter. Users with many followers may notice a significant decrease. Twitter will make the closed accounts invisible over t...