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  • 'You are once again united and keeping the peace': Police dog which broke hearts [trunc]

    05/24/2017 3:51:24 PM PDT · by blueplum · 3 replies
    Daily Mail ^ | 24 May 2017 | staff
    Full title: 'You are once again united and keeping the peace': Police dog which broke hearts when it placed its paw on its partner's coffin dies four years after the officer was shot dead Figo the German shepherd was a K-9 officer with Bardstown police He was seen resting his paw on the casket of fallen officer Jason Ellis at the May 2013 funeral service in Bardstown, Kentucky Ellis, a drug enforcement officer, was killed by multiple shotgun blasts in what police say was a planned ambush on the 33-year-old father-of-two His killer has never been found A retired police...
  • Russia and China Pledge Not to Hack Each Other

    05/10/2015 10:59:47 PM PDT · by Olog-hai · 20 replies
    Wall Street Journal ^ | 8:32 am ET May 8, 2015 | Olga Razumovskaya
    If the U.S. intelligence community believes that Russia poses a greater cyber spying threat than China, what will it make of this? Russia and China signed a cyber-security deal on Friday, which experts say could firm up Russia’s ties with the east and may become a foundation for binding cyber security ties in the future. According to the text of the agreement posted on the Russian government’s website on Wednesday, Russia and China agree to not conduct cyber-attacks against each other, as well as jointly counteract technology that may “destabilize the internal political and socio-economic atmosphere,” ”disturb public order” or...
  • Deputies: Women left girl, 7, alone during Savage Race

    10/21/2013 12:38:03 PM PDT · by Brandonmark · 26 replies
    Bay News 9 ^ | October 21, 2013 | Cait McVey
    DADE CITY -- Two women found themselves in some trouble after they took longer than expected to complete an obstacle course race this weekend. Deputies said Brianna Lake, 26, and Christina Clemons, 28, were among the thousands of people participating in the Savage Race, a five-mile event full of obstacles and mud. The problem? Deputies said the women, who are domestic partners, brought their 7-year-old daughter with them and left her alone as they headed off onto the course. Deputies said it took Lake and Clemons five hours to finish the race. During that time, deputies said race officials found...
  • GLAAD Slams Utah NBC Affiliate for Not Broadcasting NBC's 'New Normal'

    08/27/2012 3:33:11 PM PDT · by scottjewell · 37 replies
    The Hollywood Reporter ^ | Aug 27 2012 | Aaron Couch
    GLAAD is criticizing a Utah NBC affiliate’s decision not to broadcast The New Normal this fall. "While audiences, critics and advertisers have all supported LGBT stories, KSL is demonstrating how deeply out of touch it is with the rest of the country,” the group's president says. Ryan Murphy and Ali Adler's new comedy, which tells the story of a single mother who becomes a surrogate for a same-sex couple, was deemed “inappropriate” by Salt Lake City-based KSL-TV. "Same-sex families are a beloved part of American television thanks to shows like Modern Family, Glee and Grey’s Anatomy," GLAAD president Herndon Graddick...
  • NBC Cancels 'The New Normal'

    05/11/2013 6:12:38 PM PDT · by massmike · 108 replies
    hollywoodreporter.com ^ | 05/11/2013 | Lesley Goldberg
    The New Normal has been canceled after one season at NBC. The semi-autobiographical comedy from Glee's Ryan Murphy and Ali Adler marked Murphy's first half-hour comedy and aired as part of NBC's Tuesday comedy block. Boosted by The Voice, the Justin Bartha-Andrew Rannells starrer about a gay couple starting a family earned a full-season order in October despite early protests from conservative watchdog groups.
  • Network Axes Fall Hard on Gay Characters

    05/12/2013 4:20:13 AM PDT · by central_va · 80 replies
    movies.yahoo.com ^ | 5/12/13 | Lesley Goldberg
    It's been a rough end to what started out as a record-breaking season for openly gay characters on the small screen. After a 2012-13 season that featured a record number of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender characters on TV, this past week's wave of cancellations may drastically alter those statistics. Gone are shows that featured prominent gay story lines including NBC's The New Normal and CBS' Partners. Both were semi-autobiographical series about the lives of its nearly all openly gay creators -- Ryan Murphy and Ali Adler on the former, David Kohan (who's not) and Max Mutchnik for the latter...
  • Network Axes Fall Hard on Gay Characters

    05/11/2013 6:04:27 PM PDT · by murron · 105 replies
    The Hollywood Reporter ^ | May 11, 2013 | Lesley Goldberg
    It's been a rough end to what started out as a record-breaking season for openly gay characters on the small screen.
  • 'Obamacare' extends health care benefits to same-sex partners' children

    07/20/2012 2:10:06 PM PDT · by Nachum · 15 replies
    Politico ^ | 7/20/12 | JASON MILLMAN
    The Obama administration is giving a new health benefit to same-sex partners — and it’s built on one of the most popular provisions of “Obamacare.” On Friday, the administration published a proposed rule that would extend one of the health care law’s best-known provisions — allowing children to stay on their parents’ health plans until age 26 — to same-sex partners of federal workers.
  • Obama’s Peace Partners, the Taliban, Attack Bagram Air Base on New Year’s Eve

    01/01/2012 3:59:52 PM PST · by Nachum · 31 replies
    Gateway Pundit ^ | 1/1/12 | Jim Hoft
    “Look, the Taliban, per se, is not our enemy.” - VP Joe Biden December 2011 Two weeks ago the White House told us that the Taliban was not our enemy. Iran Press TV reported that nine missiles were launched in the attack on Bagram Air Force Base in Afghanistan. There were initial reports of several casualties. UPDATE: Press TV has more on the attack: The U.S. Bagram Airfield in Afghanistan came under 2 missile attacks on Saturday, as the American soldiers were celebrating the New Year’s Eve. Taliban militants have claimed responsibility for the attacks, saying they have fired 9...
  • Anita Perry, Rick's wife, now also organizing an Iowa Strike Force for him

    11/21/2011 10:17:15 AM PST · by Cincinatus' Wife · 122 replies
    Investors Business Daily ^ | November 19, 2011 | Andrew Malcolm
    Anita Perry, the 59-year-old wife of Republican presidential candidate Rick Perry, has been very actively campaigning for him on her own all fall. Now, she's taken on a new assignment. Mrs. Perry has launched an online drive to recruit hundreds of volunteers for what she calls the Perry Strike Force. This would consist of Perry fans who would travel to Iowa and work across the state Jan. 2-4, getting out Perry caucus-goers to the hundreds of meeting sites on the evening of Jan. 3. (Don't worry, the BCS Championship Game is not until Jan. 9 this time.) "With over 1,700...
  • Europe's Debt Woes Pose Opportunities for China

    09/22/2011 5:59:48 PM PDT · by AfricanChristian · 2 replies
    Beijing officials reaffirmed China's commitment to the euro currency and the European economy as uncertainty grows over whether E.U. officials can quickly recover from their debt crisis. In a statement to reporters, Foreign Ministry spokesman Hong Lei said he hopes Europe has the ability and wisdom to overcome its debt crisis and ensure the safety of Chinese investments. Approximately 25 percent of China's huge $2.8 trillion foreign exchange reserves are invested in euro-dominated assets, making Beijing vulnerable if the currency declines. While some analysts say China must stay the course despite deepening crisis in member states such as Italy and...
  • AP sources: White House set to unveil cyber plan

    05/12/2011 3:41:38 AM PDT · by markomalley · 22 replies
    AP/Yahoo ^ | 5/12/11 | Lolita Baldor
    The White House on Thursday is expected to unveil its proposal to enhance the nation's cybersecurity, laying out plans to require industry to better protect systems that run critical infrastructure like the electrical grid, financial systems and nuclear power plants. The Obama administration also is insisting that companies tell consumers when their personal information has been compromised. According to cybersecurity experts familiar with the plan, the administration's proposed legislation also would instruct federal agencies to more closely monitor their computer networks. Several House and Senate committees have been working on cybersecurity legislation for the past two years, while waiting for...
  • Man Beheads Girlfriend in Front of Classmates at Indian University

    04/28/2011 1:13:52 PM PDT · by ThinkingBuddha · 58 replies · 1+ views
    Fox News ^ | 04/28/2011 | NewsCore
    RANCHI, India -- An engineering student was in police custody Thursday after allegedly slicing his girlfriend's head off with a ceremonial dagger in front of her classmates at an Indian university. Bijendra Kumar, 23, a diploma student at St. Xavier's College in Ranchi, in eastern India, allegedly beheaded his 18-year-old girlfriend, Khushbu, with a blade known as a "khukri" as she left the classroom with her friends. The Hindustan Times reported that Kumar was overpowered by students and security guards, beaten and then arrested by police after the attack Wednesday.
  • Eric Holder Partners with Fidel Castro Again

    02/15/2011 10:16:00 PM PST · by Nachum · 3 replies
    town hall ^ | 2/15/11 | Humberto Fontova
    Last week the U.S. Dept. of Justice, at U.S. taxpayer expense, transported a Lieutenant Colonel of Fidel Castro’s KGB-trained secret police named Roberto Hernandez-Caballero to a U.S. courtroom. The U.S. State Dept. classifies Cuba as a “State Sponsor of Terrorism,” and Fidel Castro classifies the U.S. as “the Great Enemy of Mankind!” A former regime-colleague of Hernandez-Caballero sits in a U.S. federal prison after conviction in “the the most damaging spy scandal against the U.S. since the end of the Cold War.” Her name is Ana Montes and she was convicted in a different U.S. courtroom of the same crimes...
  • The President's Nun: Obamacare Scranton Scandal Explodes

    10/11/2010 7:18:48 AM PDT · by Behind Liberal Lines · 65 replies
    American Spectator ^ | 10.11.10 @ 6:09AM | By Jeffrey Lord
    A mushrooming political battle over ObamaCare involving the White House, two incumbent Pennsylvania congressmen, three Catholic hospitals and a nun has just exploded in, of all places, Scranton, Pennsylvania. Charges from the Scranton medical community of intimidation by the Obama White House and its allies are filling the air. All of this just as Vice President Joe Biden arrives in Scranton today to raise money for one of the participants.
  • Afghans, NATO Partners Build Trust in Uruzgan Province

    06/03/2010 6:33:13 PM PDT · by SandRat · 1 replies · 136+ views
    KABUL, Afghanistan, June 3, 2010 – Uruzgan province officials recently opened an Afghan National Police substation near Golkhaneh village to provide the population a tangible symbol of government near the Tangi valley, an area of insurgent activity. The substation, a permanent police post with a vantage point over the provincial capital of Tarin Kowt, has facilities for 40 policemen. It is the fourth of 10 planned police substations which contribute to the increasing professionalism of the Afghan National Police and the building of greater trust between residents and the Afghan government in this southern province, according to Dutch Brigadier Kees...
  • US doctors meet, instruct Iraqi partners

    11/28/2009 10:31:44 AM PST · by SandRat · 2 replies · 306+ views
    Multi-National Force - Iraq ^ | Sgt. Bryce Dubee, USA
    BAGHDAD — The exchange of information between medical professionals is commonplace throughout the world. But after years of conflict and instability, many doctors here are out of the information loop. To help Iraqi doctors catch up on some of the latest medical information, U.S. Soldiers from the 4th Stryker Brigade Combat Team, 2nd Infantry Division, organized an alliance between U.S. military doctors and local Iraqi hospitals. "Our goal is to meet with the hospitals monthly," explained Capt. Gabriela Niess, a native of Davis, Calif., the brigade's medical planner. Currently the brigade meets with two hospitals, one in Abu Ghraib and...
  • Medical Skills Passed to Iraqi Partners

    08/02/2009 1:19:24 PM PDT · by SandRat · 2 replies · 271+ views
    Multi-National Force - Iraq ^ | Spc. Ruth McClary, USA
    Iraqi medic Saif Salim Hassan (center), 17th IA Division, locates the area to stick a needle for a collapsed lung during Basic Combat Lifesaving training at Joint Security Station Knight, July 29. Photo by Spc. Ruth McClary, 30th Heavy Brigade Combat Team. BAGHDAD — Two U.S. Army medics from the 150th Armored Reconnaissance Squadron taught Iraqi Army medics Basic Combat Lifesaving skills here, July 29. This was the third class in a series of eight in which squadron medics Sgt. Jim Slaughter and Sgt. Edward Woolwine teach medical skills to their Iraqi partners, then return in two weeks to observe...
  • Single women gaze longer

    06/03/2009 12:58:58 PM PDT · by Pharmboy · 135 replies · 4,233+ views
    Springer Science + Business Media ^ | 3 June 2009 | Renate Bayaz
    Neuroscientists found woman's partner status relevant for her interest in the opposite sex A study by neuroscientist Heather Rupp and her team found that a woman's partner status influenced her interest in the opposite sex. In the study¹, published in the March issue of Human Nature, women both with and without sexual partners showed little difference in their subjective ratings of photos of men when considering such measures as masculinity and attractiveness. However, the women who did not have sexual partners spent more time evaluating photos of men, demonstrating a greater interest in the photos. No such difference was found...
  • Clinton State Dept. Gives Benefits to Partners, Adulterers

    05/26/2009 3:12:28 PM PDT · by Servant of the Cross · 6 replies · 1,013+ views
    Scrappleface ^ | 5/26/2009 | Scott Ott
    (2009-05-26) — Calling it “the right thing to do” Secretary of State Hillary Clinton today announced that the State Department would soon grant the same benefits to spouses and domestic partners as well as to those with whom U.S. diplomats conduct extra-marital affairs. “Same sex or opposite sex, married or not, faithful or cheating — any time people come together intimately, taxpayers are morally obligated to take care of their every need,” said Secretary Clinton. “History has shown that some couples in adulterous affairs are more devoted to each other than they are to the ones with whom they share...