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Prosecutor questions woman in Arizona murder case Prosecutor questions woman in Arizona murder case A woman charged in the stabbing and shooting death of her Arizona lover traded barbs with a prosecutor under a withering cross-examination as she struggled to explain why she can recall precise details of her life… A woman charged in the stabbing and shooting death of her Arizona lover traded barbs with a prosecutor under a withering cross-examination as she struggled to explain why she can recall precise details of her life from years… Utah trooper accused of making bogus DUI arrests Utah trooper accused of making bogus DUI arrests A former award-winning Utah state trooper is out of work and facing a major lawsuit. 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JERUSALEM (AP) – Palestinians rallying in support of four hunger striking prisoners have clashed with Israeli forces in the West Bank and at a holy site in Jerusalem.
Israel’s military said hundreds of Palestinians in Hebron and elsewhere in the West Bank threw rocks at soldiers who responded with tear gas. Palestinian emergency services said dozens were treated for tear gas inhalation and rubber bullet wounds.
In Jerusalem, dozens of Palestinians emerging from Friday prayers threw rocks at officers who responded with stun grenades, police said. That clash was at a key holy site known to Jews as the Temple Mount and to Muslims as the Noble Sanctuary.
Protests have been ongoing for about a week. Israel holds a few thousand Palestinians on charges ranging from rock throwing to deadly attacks.
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The gay marriage bill in Rhode Island unanimously passed the House Judiciary Committee on Tuesday afternoon with a 12 to 0 vote.
After overcoming the first hurdle the bill will now go to the House floor for a full vote. This marks the first time in Rhode Island history that gay marriage has ever made it to the House floor for a full vote.
If the bill manages to pass the RI house of Representatives it will move on to a bigger hurdle, passing in the Rhode Island Senate.
In 2011 the same sexed marriage proposal was stalled in the House of Representatives when it was held for further study in the House Judiciary committee. As a result the House Speaker, Gordon Fox, pushed for the approval of civil unions which passed both the House and the Senate. This year Fox along with Gov. Chafee have renewed the push to legalize same sex marriage.
Gay marriage has only seen one true vote in favor or against the bill in Rhode Island’s history. That vote was in 2001 when Congressman Cicilline who was a state representative at the time pushed the House Judiciary Committee to vote in favor or against the gay marriage proposal. Cicilline has the distinction of being the only representative to this day to have a vote on record in favor of the bill, the rest of the House Judiciary committee in 2001 reject the measure.
To mark the historic passage of the bill in the House Judiciary Committee Cicilline released the following statement, ”
“I applaud the action of the House Judiciary Committee. Following President Obama’s inaugural address that called for gay Americans to be treated equally under the law, I am pleased that the House Judiciary Committee has taken the first step towards enacting full marriage equality in our state. This important effort has received the support of a growing number of Rhode Islanders from nearly every political background and religious tradition, and I believe it is time our state recognizes the dignity and value of relationships between committed and loving individuals of the same gender by enacting full marriage equality in Rhode Island.”
Gay marriage has been proposed in the Senate several times but has been held for further study and never seen a vote in favor or against the bill.
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The Fertile Crescent is a crescent-shaped region containing the comparatively moist and fertile land of otherwise arid and semi-arid Western Asia, and the Nile Valley and Nile Delta of northeast Africa. The term was first used by University of Chicago archaeologist James Henry Breasted. Having originated in the study of ancient history, the concept soon developed and today retains meanings in international geopolitics and diplomatic relations. In current usage the Fertile Crescent has a minimum extent and a maximum extent. All definitions include Mesopotamia, the land in and around the Tigris and Euphrates rivers. The major nation in this region is Iraq (formerly Mesopotamia), with small portions of Iran near the Persian Gulf, Kuwait to the south and Turkey in the north. More typically the Fertile Crescent includes also the Levantine coast of the Mediterranean Sea, with Syria, Jordan, Israel, Lebanon and the West Bank. Water sources include the Jordan River. At maximum extent, the Fertile Crescent also may include Egypt and the Nile Valley and Delta within it. The inner boundary is delimited by the dry climate of the Syrian Desert to the south. Around the outer boundary are the arid and semi-arid lands of the Alps to the North, the Anatolian highlands to the west, and the Sahara Desert to the west.From:victoryibrilViews:0 0ratingsTime:05:44More inMusic
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Hamas’ latest battle against Israel sparked feverish Palestinian pride that spread beyond the Gaza Strip to the Palestinian Authority-led West Bank.
But it has also deepened a sense here that the authority’s nonviolent, diplomacy-based approach to winning a Palestinian state is increasingly futile.
It is a commonly held view in both territories that the Islamist militants of Hamas which refuses to recognize Israel defeated their enemy, and that they did it with weapons, not words.
“They put Israel in its place. They forced Israel to withdraw,” Amanda Izzat, a 23-year-old university student who was shopping in Ramallah on Saturday, said of Hamas.
Many Palestinians insist the eight-day hostilities will energize the long-frozen pledges of reconciliation between Hamas and its rival Fatah, which leads the authority. But the conflict also underscored how starkly opposed the two factions’ strategies are. In a region where Arab Spring uprisings pushed political Islam to the forefront, some analysts say Fatah’s secular nationalism looks more anachronistic by the day, and Hamas’ sudden strength has raised momentum for a more aggressive, even radical, posture in the Israeli-occupied West Bank.
Hanan Ashrawi, a senior Fatah member, dismissed Islamism as a fad. But she said she is increasingly worried that Palestinians will see armed resistance, which Fatah renounced in 1988, as the only mechanism that appears to win concessions from Israel.
“It would be easy to get the world’s attention by unleashing violence,” Ashrawi said. “But that’s not a tool we want to use. There’s so much tragic loss of life.”
Hamas’s rising profile has posed the most immediate challenge to Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas, who played the role of bystander throughout the crisis. As Hamas’ leader-in-exile, Khaled Meshal, negotiated the cease-fire under the mediation of Cairo’s Islamist-led government, Abbas envoys traveled to Gaza, but he did not. Abbas has not been to the strip since 2006, when Hamas won Palestinian parliamentary elections. Hamas, which Israel and the United States deem a terrorist group, seized control of Gaza one year later.
The Gaza conflict “left Abbas politically naked,” said Mahdi Abdul Hadi, chairman of the Palestinian Academic Society for the Study of International Affairs.
It also eclipsed the buildup to what Abbas and his supporters tout as his own form of resistance to Israel: A bid set to be submitted Thursday at the United Nations General Assembly to upgrade the Palestinians’ standing to non-member state. The resolution, which the Palestinians could use to challenge Israeli actions at the International Criminal Court, is expected to be approved.
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Even if it is defeated, Minnesotas gay-marriage amendment wont help same-sex couples in the state to wed rather, it will merely stop the ban from being added to the states constitution, leaving in place a law defining marriage as the union of a man and a woman.
Despite this, more than $10 million has been raised by gay-marriage supporters and opponents in what may be Minnesotas most expensive ballot issue to date.
A recent poll from the Minneapolis Star-Tribune found a near dead heat among voters, with 47 percent opposed to the amendment, 49 percent in favor, and 4 percent undecided. The polling deadlock sets the stage for a tight contest that exposes what some say may be softening views on whether government should control who can and should be allowed to legally wed.
The fact that it is close is, to me, surprising, observes Larry Jacobs, a political scientist who directs the Center for the Study of Politics and Governance at the University of Minnesota. While Minnesota is economically liberal-leaning, it has long been a conservative social state.
Although the state has many large evangelical Christian churches and was among the states where the right-to-life movement was birthed four decades ago, generational changes, he said, may explain an emerging shift in attitudes.
As we are seeing all over the country, there is very strong support for tolerance toward sexuality and to gay marriage among young people. In Minnesota, that is very clear, Mr. Jacobs said. There has also been a very broad coalition that has come together, including moderate Republicans and businesses.
Among those are the well-known corporation General Mills, which has stepped up publicly to support a defeat of the marriage amendment. This is striking and unusual, Mr. Jacobs adds.
Despite a suggestion that indeed changes in values are occurring in Minnesota, Autumn Leva, a spokeswoman for Minnesota For Marriage, believes plenty of support remains for the measure to pass. Her organizations polling shows them in the mid-50s, where they expected to be less than six weeks away from the Nov. 6 vote.
I think [the poll numbers] reflect the fact that a majority of Minnesotans believe that marriage is a union between a man and a woman, she said. Kids need a mom and a dad. Men and women are not interchangeable.
Lets say that the conspiracy theorists are right.
Lets say some malevolent group the government, powerful corporations, extraterrestrials really is trying to read and/or control the thoughts of the Average Joe with radio waves.
Would the preferred headgear of the paranoid, a foil helmet, really keep The Man and alien overlords out of our brains?
The scientific reasoning behind the foil helmet is that it acts as a Faraday cage, an enclosure made up of a conducting material that shields its interior from external electrostatic charges and electromagnetic radiation by distributing them around its exterior and dissipating them. While sometimes these enclosures are actual cages, they come in many forms, and most of us have probably dealt with one type or another.
Elevators, the scan rooms that MRI machines sit in, booster bags that shoplifters sometimes use to circumvent electronic security tags, cables like USB or TV coaxial cables, and even the typical household microwave all provide shielding as Faraday cages.
While the underlying concept is good, the typical foil helmet fails in design and execution. An effective Faraday cage fully encloses whatever its shielding, but a helmet that doesnt fully cover the head doesnt fully protect it. If the helmet is designed or worn with a loose fit, radiofrequency electromagnetic radiation can still get up underneath the brim from below and reveal your innermost thoughts to the reptilian humanoids or the Bilderberg Group.
In 2005, a group of MIT students, prodded by a desire to play with some expensive equipment, tested the effectiveness of foil helmets at blocking various radio frequencies. Using two layers of Reynolds aluminum foil, they constructed three helmet designs, dubbed the Classical, the Fez, and the Centurion, and then looked at the strength of the transmissions between a radio-frequency signal generator and a receiver antenna placed on various parts of their subjects bare and helmet-covered heads.
The helmets shielded their wearers from radio waves over most of the tested spectrum (YouTube user Mrfixitrick likewise demonstrates the blocking power of his foil toque against his wireless modem) but, surprisingly, amplified certain frequencies: those in the 2.6 Ghz (allocated for mobile communications and broadcast satellites) and 1.2 Ghz (allocated for aeronautical radionavigation and space-to-Earth and space-to-space satellites) bands.
While the MIT guys tongue-in-cheek conclusion “the current helmet craze is likely to have been propagated by the Government, possibly with the involvement of the FCC” maybe goes a few steps too far, their study at least shows that foil helmets fail at, and even counteract, their intended purpose. That, or the students are aliens or government agents who fabricated these results in an effort to get you to take your perfectly functional helmet off
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People's hand-drawn maps of their city reveal that the types of places most important to us — parks and the arts — aren't always where Foursquare thinks we should go. Last summer, researchers from Motorola Mobility and the Mobile Life Centre in Sweden asked people in Chicago to draw a map of “their” city with only the places most important to them.
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Today the intellectual world is asking one big question: How do we get growth started again? That’s a sensible question to ask in the middle of the Great Recession, of course. But, as Edward and Robert Skidelsky argue in “In Praise of Leisure,” an essay in The Chronicle of Higher Education, it can’t be the only question we ask.
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It's in beta stages, but this redditor has created a functioning version of “Journey To The Center of Hawkthorne”.
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