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Salman Rushdie's recovery is "headed in the right direction," his agent told The New York Times Sunday. Rushdie was stabbed 10 times in an attack reports say may be linked to Iran's Revolutionary Guard Corps. Rushdie was attacked Friday as he took the stage to give a lecture at the Chautauqua Institution in New York. "The road to recovery has begun," Andrew Wylie, Rushdie's literary agent, said in a text message to The New York Times. "A 24-year-old born in the United States did not come up with Salman Rushdie as a target on his own," a Middle Eastern intelligence official told VICE World News.
Persons: Salman, Rushdie, Khomeini, , Salman Rushdie, Andrew Wylie, Zafar Rushdie, Hadi Matar, Muhammad, Matar Organizations: New York Times, Revolutionary Guard Corps, Service, Iran's Revolutionary Guard Corps, Chautauqua Institution, CNN, NBC News New, Iranian Armed Forces, Islam, NATO Locations: New York, NBC News New York, New Jersey, Bahrain, Saudi Arabia, United States
Last month, protesters breached the presidential residence and prime minister’s office, and it was the one thing that felt good. At the prime minister’s office, someone played the piano and a shirtless man draped in a Sri Lankan flag slept on a couch. Sri Lanka — like so many other countries struggling for solvency — remains a colony with administration outsourced to the International Monetary Fund. has extended loans to Sri Lanka 16 times, always with stringent conditions. And as much as the West blames Chinese predatory lending, only around 10 to 20 percent of Sri Lanka’s foreign debt is owed to China.
Persons: Couples, Rajapaksa, Ranil Wickremesinghe Organizations: International Monetary Fund Locations: Lankans, Sri, canapes, Sri Lanka, China, Japan
Credit... David Guttenfelder for The New York TimesZAPORIZHZHIA, Ukraine — Increasingly frequent explosions near a vast nuclear complex in southern Ukraine and the shelling of a nearby town where many of the complex’s workers reside have accelerated a civilian exodus from the area. The company said the shelling killed an employee of the Zaporizhzhia nuclear complex and injured two others. While Russia controls the nuclear complex, Ukrainian technicians continue to operate it under increasingly difficult circumstances. The shift boss intended to drive his family out of the area and was considering not returning, Mr. Orlov said. “Nobody knows what’s going on in their heads,” he said of the Russian soldiers stationed at the nuclear plant.
Persons: Natalia Lytvenenko, David Guttenfelder, Dmytro Orlov, Mr, Orlov, ” Mr, , Volodymyr, , Lytvenenko, Oleksandr Organizations: The New York Times, Ukrainian Army, Civilian, ., Plant Locations: Blagoveshenko, Russian, Ukraine, Enerhodar, town’s, Russia, Ukrainian, Zaporizhzhia
Sources told NBC News that in the last days of Trump's presidency aides rushed to pack up documents. One source said Trump didn't seriously start preparing to exit the White House until after January 6. But, given the recovery of additional classified documents on Monday, the report raised questions about how cooperative and forthcoming the former president and his team have been with investigators. Trump's office did not immediately respond to Insider's request for comment. During his four years in office, Trump developed a reputation for being flippant with presidential records, which are required by law to be preserved.
Persons: Trump didn't, , Donald Trump, Trump, Lago Organizations: NBC News, Service, Mar, NBC, FBI, New York Times, Justice Department, Trump Locations: Mar, Trump's
Author Salman Rushdie was stabbed roughly 10 times Friday in what prosecutors called a premeditated attack. Rushdie was stabbed roughly 10 times on Friday as he was taking the stage to deliver a lecture in what prosecutors called a premeditated and targeted attack, The New York Times reported. On Friday, Rushdie's agent, Andrew Wylie told The New York Times: "The news is not good. Matar, a New Jersey resident and US citizen, was carrying two fake IDs when he was arrested, The New York Times reported. CNN reported Matar did not speak during his arraignment, though his lawyer said he was being "cooperative."
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The FBI recovered 11 boxes of classified documents during its raid of Mar-a-Lago on Monday. A Trump lawyer told the Justice Department in June there were no classified materials on the property, The New York Times reported. The statement was given to the Justice Department after a counterintelligence official had visited Mar-a-Lago on June 3, the outlet reported. The court documents revealed the Justice Department was investigating possible violations of three laws that related to the handling of government documents, including part of the Espionage Act. The written statement reported by the Times provides additional insight into the events that led to the Justice Department taking such an unprecedented step.
Persons: Trump, , Donald Trump, Taylor Budowich Organizations: FBI, Justice Department, New York Times, Service, The New York Times, Mar, Republican, Times, Trump Locations: Mar, Lago
Ricky Shiffer was killed after trying to breach an FBI field office in Cincinnati. An extremism researcher says the gunman who tried to breach an Ohio FBI field office was inspired by far-right groups and rhetoric who push conspiracy theories that can get those who ascribe to their beliefs killed. Jon Lewis, a research fellow at the Program on Extremism at George Washington University, told Insider that the gunman's actions were, unfortunately, not surprising. "They're picking up guns and they're going to FBI field offices and I think that that should be a massive concern," he said. On Thursday, after Shiffer tried to attack the field office, he took law enforcement on a car chase where he was fatally shot after raising a gun.
Persons: Ricky Shiffer, , Jon Lewis, Lewis, Shiffer, Donald Trump's, RickyWShifferJr, It's, Donald Trump Organizations: Service, George Washington University, Ohio FBI, Extremism, FBI, NBC News, Navy, The New York Times Locations: Cincinnati, Ohio, FBI Cincinnati, Mar, American
Salman Rushdie has been removed from a ventilator and is able to speak after being stabbed Friday. Michael Hill, the president of the Chautauqua Institution where the attack occurred, tweeted the news. Michael Hill, president of the Chautauqua Institution where the attack occurred, tweeted the news. Salman will likely lose one eye; the nerves in his arm were severed; and his liver was stabbed and damaged." Matar pled not guilty to charges of attempted murder and assault with a weapon during his arraignment on Saturday.
Persons: Salman Rushdie, Michael Hill, Rushdie, , Andrew Wylie, Wylie, Salman, Khomeini, Jason Schmidt, Hadi Matar, Matar Organizations: Chautauqua Institution, Service, BBC, New York Times, CNN Locations: Chautauqua County
Rats are taking refuge in cars, chewing through wires and leaving owners with big repair bills. There are three things you can do to help prevent rats from living under the hood of your car. Do not park above or near storm drain basins or openings to sewers – Norway rats are called sewer rats for a reason. One woman told The Times that a rat chewed through a sensor wire in her car, which cost $700 to fix. "What they're doing is inadvertently attracting rats or other rodents onto the property," he said.
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Trump wanted to tell AG Garland that people around the US were enraged by the FBI raid of Mar-a-Lago. According to The New York Times, Trump wanted Garland to know that he had been speaking with people around the country and that they were enraged by the FBI search. was the message Trump wanted to be conveyed to Garland, a person familiar with the exchange told the paper. Several people took to social media to suggest that Trump's message to Garland could be interpreted as a veiled threat. The following day, the search warrant was unsealed by a federal judge.
Persons: Trump, Garland, , Donald Trump, General Merrick Garland, Robert Maguire Organizations: FBI, New York Times, Service, The New York Times, Justice Department, CNN, Trump's Mar Locations: Mar, Florida, Washington, Phoenix , Arizona, Cincinnati , Ohio
A former CIA official said US intelligence purposely withheld some information from Donald Trump. "We certainly took into account 'what damage could he do if he blurts this out?'" Trump's rocky relationship with his own intelligence officials has been widely documented. Trump's rocky relationship with his own intelligence officials has been widely documented. A former intelligence officer detailed in a book how difficult it was to work with Trump, who during his presidency replaced longtime intelligence aides with loyalists and disputed intelligence from his own officials.
Persons: Donald Trump, Douglas, , Douglas London, Trump, John Sipher, Sipher, Insider's Michelle Mark, John L, Helgerson Organizations: CIA, Douglas London, New York Times, Service, Intelligence, Times
Who owns your credit score? Not you
  + stars: | 2022-08-14 | by ( Alexandra Peers | Cnn Business | )   time to read: +8 min
So, who owns your credit score and all the granular, personal data that goes into it? Equifax errorsEquifax EFX This spring, credit score giantsent out incorrect credit scores to banks and other lenders for potentially hundreds of thousands of customers, the company disclosed last week. Over time, the business' credit score sank as it depleted its savings, increased credit card usage and took longer to pay their bills. And there are serious disparities in credit score by race. In the meantime, although consumers may have limited rights related to the data itself, there are ways to improve your credit score.
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Former IDF soldier Ben Silberstein trained a dog called Zili and died in a shootout with Palestinian militants. "An Israeli dog that is killed captures more media coverage than a 5-year-old Palestinian girl who was killed in Gaza," he said. Zili's unit exchanged fire with three suspected Palestinian militants, including Ibrahim Nabulsi, 26, a wanted senior member of the al-Aqsa Martyrs' Brigades, according to the BBC. "The reality in which we live is a reality that an Israeli dog that is killed captures more media coverage than a 5-year-old Palestinian girl who was killed in Gaza," he wrote on Facebook. "She was an innocent little girl"The grandfather of Palestinian girl Alaa Qadoum carries her body in Gaza City on.
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Resistance units are taking action against Russian forces in occupied Ukraine. A 40-car train carrying ammunition from supply dumps in occupied Crimea to Russian forces in Kherson Oblast was also bombarded, Forbes reported. In May and June, guerrillas blew up two railway bridges in Melitopol and derailed two Russian military trains, Melitopol Mayor Ivan Fedorov, told AP. While in the initial weeks of the occupation, there were defiant protests in Kherson, Russian forces cracked down by arresting activists and conducting checks and raids. However, the resistance movement has not been quelled but has changed its tactics.
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Rowling received a threat after issuing public support for Salman Rushdie, who was attacked on Friday. In a reply to Rowling's tweet, a Twitter user said: "Don't worry you are next." Rowling was threatened after she tweeted support for Salman Rushdie, a 75-year-old novelist who was attacked and stabbed in upstate New York on Friday. Rowling tweeted about the attack on Rushdie, saying she felt "very sick," and one Twitter user replied: "Don't worry you are next." The "Harry Potter" author responded by tweeting screenshots of the incident to Twitter Support.
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A retired Police Department inspector who was hired by Mayor Eric Adams earlier this year while he was also collecting a police pension and working as the top security official at Resorts World New York City casino has left his casino job, according to a statement Sunday from the company. The news that the retired inspector, Timothy Pearson, will leave the post was announced days after The New York Times reported his hiring by Mr. Adams under an unusual arrangement that allowed him to collect a city salary and keep his job with Resorts World, which has been seeking to expand its gambling offerings in New York City. “Tim is a distinguished hero who served the city for many years as a leader at N.Y.P.D. Tim used those same skills to keep our facility and community safe for over a decade,” the statement from Resorts World said. “We support his decision to lend his expertise to the city in its pursuit of making our streets safer, and we wish him well.”
Persons: Eric Adams, Timothy Pearson, Adams, Tim Organizations: Police, Resorts World, New York Times, Resorts Locations: York City, New York City
Worse, Ms. Kraemer noticed that the software did not come close to capturing her labor. Each morning, Ms. Richardson and her colleagues had to project how many “productivity points” they would accumulate during the day’s work. Ms. Kraemer, the executive, said she sometimes resorted to doing “busywork that is mindless” to accumulate clicks. Though WorkSmart allowed payment requests for offline work, employees said managers did not always encourage them. Soon the company began gauging its workers’ productivity using a program called Monitask, according to Mr. Baratta and several former colleagues.
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“It was an unprecedented action that needs to be supported by unprecedented justification,” Representative Brian Fitzpatrick, Republican of Pennsylvania and a former F.B.I. But he added, “I have urged all my colleagues to make sure they understand the weight of their words.”The calls for a more cautious tone came as threats emerged against law enforcement. headquarters and issuing general calls for ‘civil war’ and ‘armed rebellion,’” said the bulletin, which was obtained by The New York Times. Adding to the sense of alarm, another gunman crashed a car into a barricade outside the Capitol around 4 a.m. on Sunday. After he exited the car and it became engulfed in flames, he shot into the air several times before killing himself, the Capitol Police said.
Persons: Brian Fitzpatrick, ’ ” Organizations: Republican, Department of Homeland Security, , The New York Times, Capitol, Capitol Police Locations: Pennsylvania, Cincinnati
Trump’s style of handling White House documents has been described by people who worked for him as slapdash and ad hoc, contributing to the debacle he now faces. The source said that it was only after Jan. 6 — two weeks before Biden’s swearing-in — that he began to make serious preparations to vacate the White House. But the FBI collected subsequent information that indicated there were more sensitive documents, leading it to get a warrant to search Mar-a-Lago Monday. At least two dozen FBI agents executed the search warrant and carted off more boxes and records, according to the search warrant’s property receipt. But when media organizations tried to gain access to the records, White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows argued in court that the records were not instantly declassified.
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Not everyone can access classified documents, but the President can grant access through executive order. Trump could theoretically give Russian President Vladimir Putin a security clearance, a lawyer speculated in 2019. Most officials working with the government must have security clearances as well as a reason to access documents restricted by the government. However, a Top Secret clearance does not mean an official has access to all of the government's highest classified information. Trump could have theoretically given Russian President Vladimir Putin a security clearance during his time as president, Mark Zaid, a national security lawyer, told NPR in 2019.
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Image A Ukrainian artillery unit firing toward Russian infantry troops advancing around the eastern Ukrainian town of Pokrovske on Wednesday. Ukraine has been able to stem Russian advances recently and force Russia to sustain heavy losses, with up to 500 Russian troops killed or injured every day, according to some estimates. “They have also made Russians expend resources that they can’t replenish,” Mr. Spencer said. Ben Wallace, Britain’s defense minister, said the aid would include additional multiple-launch rocket systems and long-range missiles. With that, the United States will have sent more than $9 billion in aid to Ukraine since Russia invaded the country on Feb. 24.
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Federal officials seized 11 boxes of classified information, though Trump has denied wrongdoing. Hillary Clinton and Richard Nixon are among the officials who have also been accused of mishandling records. The agency is investigating if Trump broke three federal laws related to the handling of national security information. From former President Richard Nixon to former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, here are some examples that include documents, emails, and audio tapes. Berger was found to have smuggled out highly classified documents, destroying some, and lying about possessing them.
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Ricky Shiffer was shot and killed after he tried to breach the FBI's Cincinnati field office. NBC reported that Shiffer had top-secret clearance when he was in the Navy. Ricky Shiffer had top secret clearance when he was in the Navy. On Thursday, the FBI tweeted that an armed man, later identified as Shiffer, tried to breach their Cincinnati office. Following the raid on Trump's property at Mar-a-Lago on Monday, Shiffer encouraged violence against the FBI, the outlet reported.
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Trump's new explanation for Mar-a-Lago documents is that "everyone ends up having to bring home their work from time to time." Trump claimed he had a "standing order" to declassify documents "the moment" they left the Oval Office. Trump further claimed that he had a "standing order" to declassify documents "the moment" they left the Oval Office. "President Trump, in order to prepare for work the next day, often took documents, including classified documents, from the Oval Office to the residence. Immerman noted that declassified documents are marked with the date they were declassified.
Persons: Trump, , Donald Trump, baselessly, Richard Immerman, Obama, Immerman, Kash Patel, Steven Aftergood Organizations: DOJ, Service, Fox News, Oval, FBI, NBC, Mar, National Archives, Justice, Federation of American Scientists, New York Times Locations: Florida, Washington
The courts smacked them down for that, and a hurried and confusing race to represent 20 million New Yorkers is now the result. The races are important because they could help determine whether Democrats or Republicans win control of the House in November. More competition is good in politics, and the shapes of some of the new districts are more rational than before. But candidates were given little time to learn districts and voters to learn candidates. The editorial board’s choices for the best candidates to represent these districts are Dan Goldman, Jerrold Nadler and Sean Maloney.
Persons: Dan Goldman, Jerrold Nadler, Sean Maloney, Read Organizations: Congress Locations: Albany, New York City
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