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HONG KONG — A Hong Kong activist dubbed "Captain America 2.0" for wielding the superhero's shield during protests was found guilty of incitement to secession on Monday, the second person convicted under a national security law imposed by China in a crackdown on dissent. Critics say authorities have used the security law as a tool of repression, and that the right to free speech, enshrined in the city's mini-constitution, the Basic Law, has been severely undermined. Hong Kong's first national security conviction involved a man, Tong Ying-kit, who rode a motorcycle into a group of police officers. "The environment of repression and perpetual uncertainty created by the national security law makes it impossible to know what activities might lead to criminal sanctions," she added. A Hong Kong Security Bureau spokesman said in response to a Reuters request for comment that "every person or organization must abide by the laws of Hong Kong," and that the security legislation "upholds human rights."
Persons: Ma Chun, Stanley Chan, unreservedly, ” Ma, Critics, Hong Kong's, Tong Ying, Tong, America’s, Edwin Choy, Ma, Anjhula Mya Singh Bais, Hong, ” Singh Bais Organizations: NBC, China, British, Defense, Amnesty, Hong, Hong Kong Confederation of Trade Unions, AP, Hong Kong Security Locations: HONG KONG, Hong Kong, China, Beijing, Kong, Asia's, Taiwan
Facebook shares were slightly negative in premarket trading Monday morning after the news outlets published their stories based on the leaked documents. Language barriersSome of the reports showed how Facebook's content moderation systems can fall flat when faced with languages besides English. Hate speech concerns in the region were amplified by similar language barrier issues as in the Middle East. According to the AP, Facebook added hate speech classifiers in Hindi and Bengali in 2018 and 2020, respectively. A Facebook spokesperson told the Times that hate speech against marginalized groups in India and elsewhere has been growing, and its "committed to updating our policies as hate speech evolves online."
Persons: Mark Zuckerberg, Andrew Harrer, Frances Haugen, we're, it's, I've Organizations: Facebook Inc, Financial, Washington , D.C, Bloomberg, Getty, ., Facebook, Securities and Exchange Commission, U.S, Capitol, AP, Associated Press, The New York Times, Times Locations: Washington ,, India
AP Photo/Susan WalshUS judges face tighter stock-trading rules under proposed legislation in Washington, the Wall Street Journal reported Monday. The proposals include requiring judges to report stock trades of more than $1,000 within 45 days. The bills follow a WSJ investigation showing judges violated laws related to stock holding while hearing court cases. A bipartisan group of lawmakers will introduce legislation aimed at tightening rules on stock trading for federal judges, according to The Wall Street Journal. The proposed legislation comes after the Federal Reserve said last week it will ban policymakers from buying individual stocks, making that move following controversial equity holdings by two regional presidents who have already stepped down.
Persons: Sen, John Cornyn, Susan Walsh, Lawmakers Organizations: Capitol, AP, Wall Street, Wall Street Journal, Republican, Federal Reserve Locations: Texas, Washington
A new ad for Virginia's Republican governor nominee features Fairfax parent Laura Murphy. She fought to get Toni Morrison's "Beloved" removed from her son's AP English curriculum in 2013. Murphy, who said the book gave her son nightmares, argued for parents to have more say over their kids' school curriculum. "As a parent, it's tough to catch everything" Laura Murphy, identified as a Fairfax County mother, says in the ad. But the Fairfax County School Board declined to take up Murphy's challenge, and it remained as part of the school's curriculum.
Persons: Fairfax, Laura Murphy, Toni Morrison's, Murphy, Glenn Youngkin's, Blake Murphy, Terry McAuliffe Organizations: Republican, AP, Service, Virginia Republican, Fairfax, Washington Post, Post, Fairfax County School, Republicans, Democratic Gov, GOP Locations: Fairfax County, America, Fairfax, Virginia
An iron sword dating back to 1100 has been found off the coast of Israel. Yaakov Sharvit, director of the Israel Antiquities Authority's Marine Archaeology Unit, holds a sword that dates back to the Crusades. It was discovered by an amateur diver of the coast of Caesarea, Israel, October 18, 2021. A sword that likely belonged to a Crusader lays on the beach near to where it was recovered off the coast of Caesarea, Israel on October 18, 2021. Ronen Zvulun/ReutersThe diver, Shlomi Katzin, has been given a certificate of appreciation for good citizenship after his historic find.
Persons: Yaakov Sharvit, Ronen Zvulun, Nir Distelfeld, Shlomi Katzin Organizations: Service, Israel's Antiquities Authority, Israel Antiquities Authority's, Archaeology Unit, Reuters, AP, Government Locations: Israel, Israel's, Caesarea, Haifa
Researchers say this is a form of affirmative action, and it's a sign of bigger problems in the education system. A 2011 study found that parents are more likely to read to girls than boys, and more likely to spank boys than girls. Katherine Frey/The Washington Post/Getty ImagesBoys tend to score higher than girls on standardized science and math tests in high school. "We're seeing this gender disparity in higher education exacerbated, where there's fewer and fewer boys in higher education as a result of the pandemic," Owens said. For these boys, Owens added, it's often easier to follow a path that's been laid out for them already.
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I literally texted back, "I don't think I'm going to be fighting Proud Boys on my commute. Joe Novotny, the House reading clerk: We were preparing to be there for a really, really long day. It's not immediately obvious, because you're just really, really not expecting anything. I knew there was going to be something worth recording, but I didn't know what it was going to be. And that part was really, really hard.
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Former French politician Rémy Daillet-Wiedemann was charged with terrorism in connection with a plot to attack vaccine centers, police said. Daillet, known in far-right circles, was previously implicated in a plot to kidnap a child whose mother had lost custody of her, AP News reported. Email address By clicking ‘Sign up’, you agree to receive marketing emails from Insider as well as other partner offers and accept our Terms of Service and Privacy PolicyA former French politician was charged with terrorism in connection with a plot to attack vaccine centers, according to reports. Rémy Daillet-Wiedemann was charged on Friday after authorities said he was involved with a right-wing plan to attack vaccination centers and other targets, including a masonic lodge, AP News reported. Jean-Christophe Basson-Larbi, Daillet's lawyer, referred to his client as a "political prisoner" who has called for the end of the French political system, AP reported.
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Rule without rulesKim Il Sung, Kim Jong Il, and Kim Jong Un. In 2017, Kim Jong Un had his half-brother, Kim Jong Nam, assassinated in Kuala Lumpur. Kim Jong Nam was the eldest son of Kim Jong Il and had been a vocal critic of the regime. No alternativesKim Jong Il and Kim Jong Un tour an under-construction power plant in August 2001. Kim Yo Jong, sister of Kim Jong Un, at the 2018 Winter Olympic Games in South Korea, February 10, 2018.
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Spending on Halloween candy has already surged: sales jumped 29% vs. 2020, per Numerator data. Ahead of Halloween weekend — the holiday falls on a Sunday this year — sales of candy, costumes, and decor are soaring across the US, with consumer spending expected to reach an all-time high of $10.14 billion. NRF found that consumers plan to spend $102.74 on average — $10 more than they planned to spend in 2020 — on items like decorations, costumes, and candy. According to data from Numerator, people have already purchased more Halloween candy than they did in 2020 — more, even, than in 2019. John Downs, president and CEO of the National Confectioners Association, told AdWeek that "chocolate and candy sales have come roaring back during the 2021 Halloween season."
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Austria's chancellor on Friday warned of possible restrictions for people not vaccinated against COVID-19. Restrictions for unvaccinated people would begin if ICU capacity reaches 25%, he said, according to the Associated Press. If more than 600 people require treatment in the ICU, health authorities will require the unvaccinated to remain in their homes. There are about 220 COVID-19 patients in Austrian ICUs, about half the number required to trigger the restrictions, the AP reported. According to the World Health Organization, there have been 784,429 cases of COVID-19 since the pandemic began last year.
Persons: Alexander Schallenberg, Schallenberg Organizations: COVID, Associated Press, Service, AP, World Health Organization, WHO Locations: Austria, Austrian
TACOMA, Wash. — Four people were killed in a shooting in Tacoma, Washington, on Thursday afternoon and authorities were searching for at least one suspect, police said. Detectives and crime scene technicians have responded to the scene. Investigators are unsure whether the shooter acted alone, Haddow told The Seattle Times. Police stand by a covered body at the scene of a shooting in Tacoma, Wash., on Oct. 21, 2021. Drew Perine / The News Tribune via APCrime scene technicians and detectives had blocked off several blocks around the shooting scene and were expected to gather evidence into the night, she said.
Persons: Wendy Haddow, Haddow, Drew Perine Organizations: The Tacoma Police Department, Twitter, Police, The News Tribune, Tacoma Police Department, Seattle Times, AP Locations: TACOMA, Tacoma , Washington, Salishan, Tacoma
These weapon systems, if deployed, could directly threaten South Korea, Japan and even the United States. Yonhap via REUTERSStill, South Korea remains hopeful, even as North Korea threatens further missile tests and nuclear weapons development. The Biden administration should continue with its overtures and consistent messages about meeting without preconditions and harboring no hostile intentions toward North Korea. The exorbitant earnings from such activities have become a lucrative source of financing for North Korea's nuclear weapons program. At the same time, Washington should prepare a strategy for when the pandemic subsides or when North Korea appears ready to engage once more.
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Between JFK and Frankfurt, GermanyFrankfurt, Germany Pigprox/ShutterstockDelta will restore nonstop service between New York and Frankfurt on December 13. Between LaGuardia and Columbia, South CarolinaColumbia, South Carolina Jeffrey Collins/APDelta will restore daily nonstop service between New York and Columbia on November 4. Between LaGuardia and Burlington, VermontBurlington, Vermont Sean Pavone/ShutterstockDelta will restore daily nonstop service between New York and Burlington on November 4. Between Newark and Raleigh, North CarolinaRaleigh, North Carolina Kevin Ruck/ShutterstockDelta will restore daily nonstop service between Newark and Raleigh on November 7. Between LaGuardia and Key West, FloridaKey West, Florida Dennis Kartenkaemper/ShutterstockDelta will restore daily nonstop service between New York and Key West on December 18.
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Former Trump White House communications director Anthony Scaramucci surprised many in endorsing Biden last year. AP Photo/Pablo Martinez Monsivais, File AP Photo/Pablo Martinez Monsivais, FileAnthony Scaramucci said he hopes Donald Trump's stock does well so he stays out of politics. Anthony Scaramucci said he hopes Trump's SPAC stock continues to rack up gains because a successful media venture might keep the former president out of politics. "The more it goes up the less likely trump is to run for president in 2024," Scaramucci said. A representative from Trump Media and Technology group did not immediately respond to Insider's request for comment.
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The EU will soon unveil a host of policies targeting tech giants like Apple, Facebook, and Google. European legislators are working on a raft of policies aimed at curbing tech giants like Amazon, Apple, Facebook, and Google. But while the content of either is yet to be officially confirmed, reports suggest both could have serious consequences for the world's biggest tech companies. Up until now, tech companies like Facebook and Amazon have pretty much been free to police their platforms at their own discretion. And our government regulator wants to handcuff us," chief exec Glenn Fogel told the FT."European companies will suffer."
Persons: Raegan MacDonald, Charles Krupa, Karl Mondon, Yves Herman, Chip Somodevilla, MacDonald, Brian Chesky, Mark Lennihan, Thierry Breton, Sundar Pichai, Neal Mohan,, Glenn Fogel Organizations: Apple, Facebook, Google, Bloomberg, Digital Services, Markets, Mozilla, DSA, Commission, EU AP, Reuters, Financial Times, EU, Digital, Nasdaq, Street, Amazon, Big Tech, Thierry Breton Reuters, Microsoft, Transparency International, YouTube, Politico Locations: EU, Europe
Still, all 50 Senate Democrats would have to support any change, which seems unlikely given Sens. Read more about how progressives are trying to break through on voting rights. Former President Donald Trump on Wednesday announced plans to launch his own social network, Truth Social, in the first quarter of 2022. Paul J. Richards/ AFP via Getty Images; Screengrab/ TRUTH Social App Store4. Trump unveils plans for his own social platform: Former President Donald Trump's newly announced Truth Social, planned for a 2022 launch, appears to have a user interface that closely resembles Twitter's.
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It comes as tensions between China and Taiwan ratchet up, with Beijing sending scores of warplanes toward the island, and Taiwanese officials trying to consolidate international support. The defeated Nationalists fled to Taiwan, officially known as the Republic of China, and claimed they were the only legitimate Chinese government. Amid America’s hardening attitude toward China, Beijing is also making clear that it is willing to exert influence far beyond its borders. Taiwan accused China of obstructing it from buying coronavirus vaccines internationally, and China has continued to block Taiwan from participating in the World Health Assembly even during the pandemic. The backlash China is experiencing on the international stage presents real opportunities for Taiwan but also real dangers, Rigger said.
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Anger over the president's stance prompted creation of the Senate committee in April, which has investigated allegations that Bolsonaro’s management of the pandemic caused many of Brazil's more than 600,000 deaths from Covid. The draft report of nearly 1,200 pages was written by Sen. Renan Calheiros, who was scheduled to present his final version Wednesday to the 11-person committee. During six months of investigation, senators obtained thousands of documents and heard testimony from over 60 people. “This committee collected evidence that abundantly demonstrated that the federal government was silent and chose to act in a non-technical and reckless manner," the draft report reads. They said that angered committee members, including critics of the government, who called genocide an exaggeration that could threaten the entire report's credibility.
Persons: Jair Bolsonaro, Bolsonaro, Critics, Sen, Renan Calheiros, , Thiago de Aragão, Calheiros, , Carlos Melo Organizations: Senate, The Associated Press, AP, Insper University Locations: BRASILIA, Brazil, charlatanism, COVID, , Sao Paulo
Between Minneapolis and Charleston, South CarolinaCharleston, South Carolina f11photo/ShutterstockSun Country will begin twice-weekly service on Thursdays and Sundays from Minneapolis to Charleston on April 7, 2022. Between Minneapolis and Jacksonville, FloridaJacksonville, Florida ESB Professional/ShutterstockSun Country will begin twice-weekly service on Fridays and Mondays from Minneapolis to Jacksonville on April 8, 2022. Between Minneapolis and Pittsburgh, PennsylvaniaPittsburgh, Pennsylvania Ken Redding/Getty ImagesSun Country will begin twice-weekly service on Thursdays and Sundays from Minneapolis to Pittsburgh on June 2, 2022. Between Minneapolis and Buffalo, New YorkBuffalo, New York Shutterstock.comSun Country will begin twice-weekly service on Thursdays and Sundays from Minneapolis to Buffalo on June 9, 2022. Between Minneapolis and Burlington, VermontBurlington, Vermont Sean Pavone/ShutterstockSun Country will begin twice-weekly service on Thursdays and Sundays from Minneapolis to Burlington on June 16, 2022.
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Senate Republicans are poised to block a major voting rights bill for the 2nd time this year. Progressive activists are hoping it'll be a make-or-break moment for filibuster reform. Aside from eliminating the rules altogether, some have suggested lowering the threshold to be able to pass voting rights and other civil rights legislation with a simple majority. President Joe Biden delivers a speech on voting rights at the National Constitution Center, Tuesday, July 13, 2021, in Philadelphia. "For Joe Biden to come out in support of filibuster reform would be a Nixon-going-to-China moment on this issue," he said.
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A Vermont high school homecoming football game turned into a “drag ball" runway at halftime, with a mix of students and faculty members parading in gowns, wigs and makeup — and a big crowd in rainbow colors to cheer them on. “Things went amazing," Ezra Totten, student leader of the Gender Sexuality Alliance at Burlington High School, said of Friday night's event, which also included participants from South Burlington High School. People participate in the "drag ball" halftime show at Burlington High School on Friday, Oct. 15, 2021, in Burlington, Vt. The event was part of that school's homecoming and was sponsored by the Gender Sexuality Alliance from Burlington and South Burlington high schools. People watch the "drag ball" halftime show at Burlington High School on Oct. 15, 2021, in Burlington, Vt. Fritz Senftleber via APLeValley joined students on the runway, dressed in a Shakespearean burgundy gown and a wig.
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Sixteen U.S. nationals and one Canadian were visiting an orphanage on Saturday as part of their work for Christian Aid Ministries, according to a statement from the nonprofit issued on Sunday. "Join us in praying for those who are being held hostage, the kidnappers, and the families, friends, and churches of those affected," Christian Aid Ministries said in the statement. A man and a child walk by burning tires on a street in Port-au-Prince, Haiti, Sunday. It is in their control," former Special Envoy to Haiti Ambassador Daniel Foote told NBC News. A senior State Department official told NBC News, "We are engaging with Haitian authorities at the senior most levels."
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Sixteen U.S. nationals and one Canadian were visiting an orphanage on Saturday as part of their work for Christian Aid Ministries, according to a statement from the nonprofit issued on Sunday. "Join us in praying for those who are being held hostage, the kidnappers, and the families, friends, and churches of those affected," Christian Aid Ministries said in the statement. A man and a child walk by burning tires on a street in Port-au-Prince, Haiti, Sunday. It is in their control," former Special Envoy to Haiti Ambassador Daniel Foote told NBC News. A senior State Department official told NBC News, "We are engaging with Haitian authorities at the senior most levels."
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THE HISTORY OF DENIALISM: America's struggle with fake news and disinformation campaigns is a lot older than you think. His conclusion — that smog was born of emissions, mostly from refineries and cars, released into bright LA sunlight — answered a long-simmering question. Their effort was poorly executed, and included firing a scientist who confirmed Haagen-Smit's theories instead of shooting them down. The tobacco industry soon returned to this playbook: But Big Tobacco approached research about cigarette smoke and cancer in a fundamentally different way. But Big Tobacco approached research about cigarette smoke and cancer in a fundamentally different way.
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