"We have been very clear regarding Russia interference in our elections ..." Wolf said. "We have produced over 227 different reports over the last 12 months, I believe three alone in the month of August. We provided over 40 different briefings, in-person briefings, to members of Congress ... about Russian interference in our elections. I have talked about it in media appearances such as this, I have talked about it in congressional testimony and I have talked about it even this week in my state of the homeland security address. … [Read more...] about Wolf says ‘lone, homegrown’ terror threat is top DHS focus 19 years after 9/11
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Lawyer-cum-brewer Peter Kurzweg co-owns the Independent Brewing Company and two other craft beer halls in Pittsburgh. He used to pack 120 people into his hipster beer room in the city's Squirrel Hill neighborhood on Friday nights. Today, he has no indoor seating because he thinks ventilation is key to controlling the virus. … [Read more...] about Pandemic limits on alcohol, indoor dining fuel a restaurant rebellion in Pennsylvania
"He was the first major party candidate they had ever supported who got elected," Pitcavage said. "They were quite jubilant when he won, but ... this would have an effect on the militia movement because it couldn't maintain its level of anger and hate against the federal government when the guy you love is at the head of the federal government." … [Read more...] about Militias say they protect rights, critics call it a sham.
I grew up abroad and have been to more than 70 countries. My family has a trip booked to Japan in November but it isn't looking promising. I miss travel. However, I'd miss it more if I didn't explore my own backyard. Like visiting a different country, I see new streets, people and ways of life every day without journeying far from home. … [Read more...] about We made exploring our city part of home schooling. Here’s how you can, too.
Two doctors from Metropolitan Hospital would have been called, one of whom testified at the criminal trial. He would have said, as he did to the Wall Street Journal in 2014, that he thought that there were wounds caused by a sharp-edged instrument, and not just the blunt trauma from the rock and branch admitted to by Reyes. And then they’d go back to Wise’s statement about another boy cutting the victim on the legs, except she wasn’t cut on the legs at all. The other doctor told the Journal that the victim’s legs were swollen with fluid, and showed multiple, distinctively hand-shaped bruises, indicating that several people held her down. And she’d be asked by plaintiff’s counsel why she didn’t note it in the chart. And she’d respond that she’d been trained to treat injuries, not to prove that they existed for lawsuits. And then they’d recall the first doctor, who’d say that he remembered the handprint bruises, and … [Read more...] about The Myth of the Central Park Five