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Approximately 2 million people are expected to graduate from college in 2024, according to the National Center for Education Statistics. Data analysts on Upwork charge as much as $167 per hour. Given the constant development of technology, demand for full stack development "isn't going away," says Lilani. Like full stack development and given the prevalence of these platforms, "social media marketing is another one that's not going away," Lilani says. Accountants on Upwork charge as much as $125 per hour.
Persons: Margaret Lilani, Vicki Salemi, they're, Salemi, Lilani, That's Organizations: National Center for Education Statistics, Microsoft, Social
In “Baby Reindeer,” Gadd’s stalker is portrayed as unattractive and mentally ill — someone whom her victim actually feels sorry for. “Baby Reindeer,” rated TV-MA by Netflix for “language, nudity, sex, sexual violence, substances,” only has a viewer discretionary warning before “Episode 4” wherein Gadd’s character is sexually assaulted. Information is also available on sexual assault, sexual violence and relationship abuse. Neither Netflix nor the “You” and “Baby Reindeer” teams responded to CNN’s requests for comment. Fleitman hopes “Baby Reindeer” can raise awareness for stalking victims, like men and so-called “imperfect victims” whose stories may not look like the ones we’re used to seeing.
Persons: Richard Gadd, Donny, Martha, Joe Goldberg, Dr, Lorraine Sheridan, don’t, ” Sheridan, “ I’ve, ” Gadd, “ I’m, Donny Dunn, Gadd, Edward, ” Emilio Estevez’s, Andie MacDowell’s, Penn Badgley, Joe, Goldberg, Sheridan, Stalkers, stalkers, we’ve, , Dana Fleitman, Anna Nasset, ” Nasset, , aren’t, they’re, ” Fleitman, Fleitman, Edward Cullen, Robert Pattinson, Kristen Stewart, Bella, “ we’re, , Nasset, femicides, weren’t, Dana, Resouces, Alice Ruggles Organizations: CNN, Hollywood, Netflix, Resource Center, Resources, SPARC, for Disease Control, US Department of Justice, National, HOPE VictimConnect, National Center for Locations: “ St, Elmo’s, California, Edinburgh, Scotland
“Paying rarely stops the sextortion,” said Susan Kennedy, the director of community of engagement at the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children. Block the harasser, but don’t delete your account. “You don’t want to fully delete your profile, because there will be information on there that law enforcement can use,” Ms. Kennedy said. The National Center for Missing and Exploited Children runs an anonymous tip line to report incidents both online (report.cybertip.org) and via telephone (800-843-5678). To reach the center via email: gethelp@necmec.org.
Persons: , Susan Kennedy, Ms, Kennedy Organizations: National Center for, Children
Overdose deaths in the United States declined slightly last year, the first decrease in five years, according to preliminary federal data released Wednesday. Even as opioid deaths fell, deaths from stimulants such as cocaine and methamphetamine rose. And some states, including Oregon and Washington, continued to experience sharp rises in overall overdose fatalities. Drug overdoses overall in 2023 were estimated at 107,543, down from 111,029 in 2022, a 3 percent drop. Opioid deaths fell 3.7 percent while deaths from cocaine rose 5 percent and deaths from meth rose 2 percent.
Organizations: National Center for Health Statistics Locations: United States, Oregon, Washington
A movement to rein in online pornography is rapidly intensifying, fueled by conservative outrage and growing unease over the accessibility of sexual content online, especially for children. Pornography is mentioned on the first page; banning pornography and locking up those who produce it are proposed on Page 5. He was an occasional guest at Hugh Hefner’s famed Playboy Mansion and made cameos in soft-core pornographic films produced by the company – though not in any scenes depicting sexual content or nudity. ‘Sex is the canary in the coal mine’The Supreme Court has deemed previous attempts to curb online pornography unconstitutional on First Amendment grounds. They were designed to protect adults from accessing adult content, which, of course, is their stated aim.
Persons: Donald Trump’s, Trump, , , Terry Schilling, Hugh Hefner’s, Stormy Daniels, Karen McDougal –, McDougal, Daniels, Kevin Roberts, ” Roberts, ” Roberts hasn’t, Ben Carson, Charlie Kirk, Chris LaCivita, Susie Wiles, President Trump, LaCivita, Wiles, Mike Stabile, ” Pornhub, , Robert Winterton, Pornhub, Solomon Friedman, It’s, ” Schilling, Paul Dans, Stabile, ” Stabile, Schilling, “ It’s, Stuart Brotman, Brotman –, Playboy’s Hefner –, Roberts, ” Brotman, Ben Bull, ” Bull Organizations: CNN, Trump, Heritage Foundation, Playboy, Heritage, Housing, Urban, Free Speech Coalition, US, Apple, Google, Facebook, , National Center, Media, Ethical Capital Partners, Republicans, US Department of Justice, University of Tennessee, GOP Locations: Manhattan, Washington, DC, Lake Tahoe, Texas, – Virginia, Montana , North Carolina , Arkansas , Utah , Mississippi, Louisiana, California, Knoxville
CNN —The Biden administration moved Friday to terminate a decades-old agreement that governs conditions for migrant children in government custody, according to a court filing, which argues that the settlement was meant to be temporary. The 1997 Flores settlement, as the agreement is known, requires the government to release children from government custody without unnecessary delay to sponsors, like parents or adult relatives, and dictates conditions by which children are held. “The Rule is expansive and responsive to the changing needs of ORR’s (Unaccompanied Children) Program. But immigration attorneys have expressed concern over the lack of outside oversight if the Flores settlement is terminated. “If the government were to prevail in its motion, HHS would no longer be bound by the Flores settlement.
Persons: CNN —, Biden, Flores, , , ORR, Neha Desai Organizations: CNN, Human Services Department, , Refugee Resettlement, HHS, National Center for Youth Law Locations: Flores
Donna Kelce says she and her ex-husband Ed decided to stay married until their sons finished college. Both parents still regularly attend their sons' NFL games, sometimes with Taylor Swift. AdvertisementDonna Kelce, 71, says she and ex-husband Ed decided to divorce only after their sons Jason and Travis Kelce graduated from college. AdvertisementThe Kelce family lived in Cleveland Heights, Ohio, and both Jason and Travis went on to study and play football at the University of Cincinnati. Even though they have been separated for some time, both parents still regularly attend their sons' NFL games.
Persons: Donna Kelce, Ed, Kelce, Martha Stewart, Taylor Swift, , Jason, Travis Kelce, Travis, Sofía Vergara, Joe Manganiello, Kevin Costner, Christine Baumgartner, Reese Witherspoon, Jim Toth, Gwyneth Paltrow, Alex Kapp Organizations: NFL, Service, University of Cincinnati, Philadelphia Eagles, Kansas City Chiefs, Bowling Green State University's National, for Family Locations: Cleveland Heights , Ohio
The arrests came after a months-long investigation by the attorney general’s office into the risks of sexual exploitation of children on Facebook and Instagram. That investigation also formed the basis of a lawsuit against Meta, filed in December, accusing the tech giant of creating a “breeding ground” for child predators. The company also said in December that it had launched technology to proactively detect and disable accounts displaying suspicious behaviors and that it formed a Child Safety Task Force. But Torrez said during Wednesday’s press conference that the arrests underscore the ongoing, real-world risks to children from Meta’s platforms. “Throughout the conversation Fernando sent pictures of his genitals and spoke to her about having sex,” a press release from the attorney general’s office states.
Persons: Mark, General Raúl Torrez, we’ve, Zuckerberg, Meta, Torrez, Fernando Clyde, Fernando, , Clyde, Marlon Kellywood, Kellywood, Christopher Reynolds, Reynolds Organizations: New, New York CNN, Facebook, Meta, CNN, National Center for, , Force, , Clyde Locations: New York, New Mexico, Mexico
Donna Kelce shared her reasons for delaying her divorce from Ed Kelce. Donna Kelce, mother of football players Jason and Travis Kelce, approached it a little differently. "But there are a lot of ways to have a marriage and a family," Morley said, that don't necessarily require romance or sex. AdvertisementFrom the way Donna and Ed Kelce talk about coming to their choice together, Morley said it shows "they did this with intentionality." Ed Kelce (top row, third from left), Donna Kelce, Jason Kelce, and Taylor Swift watching Travis Kelce play in the 2024 Super Bowl.
Persons: Donna Kelce, Ed Kelce, Jason, Travis Kelce, , it's, Martha Stewart, Kelce, Stewart, Dr, Isabelle Morley, Morley, Jason Kelce, It's, Donna, they're, Taylor Swift, Tim Nwachukwu Organizations: Service, University of Cincinnati, Bowling Green State University's National, for Family Locations: Boston
Read previewYoung Americans are feeling increasingly isolated from their offices and classrooms, and these "disconnected youth" — or "opportunity youth" — may be ill-positioned for the future. Loneliness and a tough job market are leaving many Gen Zers feeling stuck, isolated, and unsupported. In fact, they're members of the disconnected youth — defined as Gen Zers who are not in school and not working. Disconnected youth are at risk of long-term stagnationMost Gen Zers — who are between the ages of 12 and 27 — are in this decisive decade. How to help disconnected youthAlthough many disconnected youth struggle with school and work, researchers cautioned against a "one size fits all" solution.
Persons: , Gen Zers, Richard Reeves, Reeves, Zers, aren't, Zers —, Jonathan Zaff, Ian Rowe, Lara Aknin, Zaff, Zer, isn't Organizations: Service, Brookings, Business, Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas, National Center for Education Statistics, Boston University, American Enterprise Institute, Partnership Locations: North America, Brookings
The New York state comptroller sent a letter to Best Buy last week questioning whether the company changed its commitment to inclusivity and supporting LGBTQ groups. The comptroller's office manages the state's $207 billion public pension fund, which has invested in Best Buy. He also denied that the NCPPR pressured Best Buy to stop supporting LGBTQ groups in general. "This contentious and vast disagreement between radical gender theory activists and the general public has nothing to do with Best Buy selling electronics." Peck did not ask Best Buy to stop its donations to the HRC, saying in the email, "We understand that it's unrealistic for Best Buy to leave HRC in the near future because of their political clout."
Persons: Thomas DiNapoli, Corie, Barry, J, Patrick Doyle, DiNapoli, Scott Shepard, Shepard, Trevor, Carly Charlson, Charlson, Eric Bloem, Bloem, Ethan Peck, Peck, Marina Rizzo, hadn't, Rizzo Organizations: NBC News, Securities, Exchange Commission, National Center for Public Policy Research, Best, NBC, NCPPR's Free Enterprise, SAGE, GLAAD, Human Rights, SEC, NCPPR's Free Enterprise Institute, HRC, PRIDE Locations: York, States
A college enrollment crisis is likely coming this fall. It's a result of complications with the FAFSA form, along with a lower supply of high school seniors. There's also a limited supply of high school seniors right now due to lower birth rates during the Great Recession. But the immediate enrollment shock will likely come this fall — and both students and colleges will feel the impact. AdvertisementAre you a recent high school graduate not going to college?
Persons: It's, , aren't, Katharine Meyer, Gen Zers, MorraLee Keller, Keller, There's, Meyer, They're, they're, there's, Hodges University —, Zers Organizations: Service, Brown Center, Education, Brookings Institution, National Center for Education Statistics, Federal Student Aid, Education Department, National College, Hodges University Locations: Florida, New York, Texas
A growing group of America's young people are not in school, not working, or not looking for work. They're called "disconnected youth" or "opportunity youth," and their ranks have been growing for nearly three decades. Experts say it's not just work and school; this group is often also disconnected from a sense of purpose. Palmer added that those with limited access to transportation, people with disabilities, and young parents were also more susceptible. Disconnected young people don't have that luxury."
Persons: , Destiny, She's, she's, They're, Kristen Lewis, Lewis, hadn't, there's, Sen, Tim Kaine, who's, Joseph, he's, hasn't, he'd, Ashley Palmer, Palmer, Sarah Nunley, Nunley, Veronica, There's, Lucchesi, they're Organizations: Service, Business, Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas, Social Science Research Council, Survey, University of Minnesota's, National Center for Education Statistics, Walmart, Texas Christian University, Ivy League Locations: Florida, Alabama, Indiana, Silicon Valley, YOLO, Texas
CNN —The fertility rate in the United States has been trending down for decades, and a new report shows that another drop in births in 2023 brought the rate down to the lowest it’s been in more than century. But the 3% drop between 2022 and 2023 brought the rate just below the previous low from 2020, which was 56 births for every 1,000 women of reproductive age. The birth rate fell among most age groups between 2022 and 2023, the new report shows. For older women, the option of waiting is not as viable.”Meanwhile, births continued to shift to older mothers. Provisional births data is based on birth records received and processed by the National Center for Health Statistics as of January 25.
Persons: “ We’ve, , Brady Hamilton, ” Hamilton, Court’s Dobbs, Dr, Sanjay Gupta, Hamilton Organizations: CNN, US Centers for Disease Control, Prevention’s National Center for Health Statistics, National Center for Health Statistics, CNN Health, CDC Locations: United States
A new flood of child sexual abuse material created by artificial intelligence is threatening to overwhelm the authorities already held back by antiquated technology and laws, according to a new report released Monday by Stanford University’s Internet Observatory. technologies have made it easier for criminals to create explicit images of children. The organization’s CyberTipline, created in 1998, is the federal clearing house for all reports on child sexual abuse material, or CSAM, online and is used by law enforcement to investigate crimes. “Almost certainly in the years to come, the CyberTipline will be flooded with highly realistic-looking A.I. content, which is going to make it even harder for law enforcement to identify real children who need to be rescued,” said Shelby Grossman, one of the report’s authors.
Persons: doesn’t, , Shelby Grossman Organizations: Stanford, National Center for
The longest-enduring standardized college admissions test in the nation, the SAT has faced decades of controversy over bias and criticism for reducing aspiring college students to a test score. Discrepancies with standardized testing appear to be symptomatic of the inequality endemic to the education system. In 2005, the College Board added an 800-point writing section to the exam alongside its math and verbal reasoning sections. In this Jan. 17, 2016 file photo, a sign is seen at the entrance to a hall for a college test preparation class in Bethesda, Md. Alex Brandon/APThe College Board told CNN it has also done away with its esoteric vocabulary in the past decade.
Persons: , Carl Brigham, Brigham, classism —, Daaiyah Bilal, Harry Feder, Barnes, Noble, Mario Tama, haven’t, Daniel Koretz, Koretz, Scott Eisen, Brown, ” Dartmouth, Ethan Hutt, Horace Mann, Warren K, Leffler, Alex Brandon, It’s, Rachel Rubin, Jack Schneider, ” Schneider, David Coleman, , ” Coleman, it’s Organizations: New, New York CNN, National Center for Fair, Princeton, College Board, CNN, National Education Association, ACT, Ivy League, Harvard’s Graduate School of Education, Harvard’s, Dartmouth College, Yale, Dartmouth, Harvard, University of Florida, University of Texas, ” UT Austin, College Board's, University of North, Chapel Hill’s School of Education, Massachusetts, of, Phillips Exeter Academy, of Congress, Census, Board, UMass Amherst’s Center for Education, Holton Arms, The College Board, Khan Academy, The Locations: New York, New York City, United States, Guatemala, Hanover , New Hampshire, Georgetown, Austin, Dartmouth, University of North Carolina, Hutt, , Boston, Harvard, Bethesda, Md, Iowa, Northeast
The police had used a facial-recognition AI program that identified her as the suspect based on an old mugshot. AdvertisementThe Detroit Police Department said that it restricts the use of the facial-recognition AI program to violent crimes and that matches it makes are just investigation leads. AdvertisementThe study also found that in a hypothetical murder trial, the AI models were more likely to propose the death penalty for an AAE speaker. A novel proposalOne reason for these failings is that the people and companies building AI aren't representative of the world that AI models are supposed to encapsulate. Bardlavens leads a team that aims to ensure equity is considered and baked into Adobe AI tools.
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The organization told CNBC that it did not dispatch pilots for seeding operations before or during the storm that struck the UAE on Tuesday. Omar AlYazeedi, deputy director general of the NCM, said that the institution "did not conduct any seeding operations during this event." He added, "One of the basic principles of cloud seeding is that you have to target clouds in its early stage before it rains, if you have a severe thunderstorm situation then it is too late to conduct any seeding operation." The NCM denial follows an earlier Bloomberg report, in which Ahmed Habib, a specialist meteorologist, had said that the Tuesday rains had stemmed partly from cloud seeding. Habib later told CNBC that six pilots had flown missions as part of regular protocol, but had not seeded any clouds.
Persons: Omar AlYazeedi, Ahmed Habib, Habib Organizations: National Center of Meteorology, United Arab Emirates, CNBC, Bloomberg Locations: DUBAI, Dubai, UAE, Emirate, Al Ain
Photos show how the UAE, United States, and other countries have been seeding clouds for decades. Historic floods in Dubai didn't come from cloud seeding, but humans' climate impacts are playing a role. Related storiesAccording to several scientists, cloud seeding isn't the driving force behind Dubai's historic floods. Packets of salt are pictured during a cloud seeding operation at a military airbase in Subang, Malaysia. The real threat behind Dubai's floodsMany atmospheric scientists have dismissed the idea that cloud seeding was behind Dubai's floods.
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What is cloud seeding and does it work?
  + stars: | 2024-04-17 | by ( Mary Gilbert | ) edition.cnn.com   time to read: +5 min
Officials at the country’s National Center of Meteorology have been cited as saying the rain was not caused by cloud seeding. Here’s what to know about cloud seeding. What is cloud seeding? Cloud seeding is a weather modification concept that attempts to draw more rain or snow out of a cloud than would occur naturally. Does cloud seeding work?
Persons: hasn’t, ” Daniel Swain, ” Swain, Rachel Ramirez, Angela Fritz Organizations: CNN, United, National, of Meteorology, Aircraft, UCLA, National Academies of Sciences, United Arab Locations: Dubai, United Arab Emirates, UAE, China, Oman, Iran, Gulf of Oman
Cars are stuck on a flooded road after a rainstorm hit Dubai, United Arab Emirates on Wednesday. Large jets looked more like boats moving through the flooded airport as water sprayed in their wake and waves rippled through the deep water. Video shared on social media showed furniture flying off balconies. Images published in local media showed traffic gridlocked on Dubai’s Sheikh Zayed Road, a 16-lane thoroughfare. Other videos from social media showed water rushing through a major shopping mall and inundating the ground floor of homes.
Persons: UAE CNN —, Rula Rouhana, Ras, Dubai International Airport –, Dubai’s Sheikh, Stringer Organizations: UAE CNN, United, United Arab Emirates, United Nations, Emergency Management, Wednesday, Dubai International Airport, Emirates, Flydubai, Dubai International, AFP, Getty, Dubai Marina, Dubai Metro, Anadolu, National, of Meteorology Locations: Dubai, UAE, United Arab, Gulf of Oman, Oman, Iran, Ras Al, Khaimah, Pakistan, Iran’s, Chabahar, Sistan, Baluchestan, Emirates, Dubai’s, Business, Persian
Why It MattersThe Department of Veterans Affairs offers the majority of medical procedures known as gender-affirming care, including hormone therapy, prosthetics and hair removal. But veterans must seek surgeries outside of V.A. The National Center for Transgender Equality estimates there are more than 134,000 transgender veterans. survey of transgender and gender-nonconforming veterans conducted in 2022 and 2023, 78 percent of 6,600 respondents said they wanted gender-affirming surgeries. An exception is made when revising or treating complications from surgeries that were done outside the V.A.
Persons: Josie Caballero, Ms, Caballero Organizations: Department of Veterans Affairs, National Center for Transgender Locations: V.A
Instagram to crack down on teen sextortion
  + stars: | 2024-04-11 | by ( Samantha Murphy Kelly | ) edition.cnn.com   time to read: +4 min
The company announced on Thursday it is testing new features to curb an alarming trend called financial sextortion, which often targets kids and teenagers. Once the nude images are sent, the scammers claim they’ll post them online, either on public websites or on newsfeeds where their friends will see, unless the victims send money or gift cards. In the upcoming weeks and among a subset of users, Instagram said it will roll out various new features, such as blurring nude images sent in direct messages and informing users when they’ve interacted with someone who engaged in financial sextortion. But the FBI recently said it has seen an increase in financial sextortion cases from strangers, often started by scammers overseas. Meta said it is also working on ways to identify accounts that may be engaging in sextortion scams by detecting and monitoring likely sextortion behavior.
Persons: Instagram, they’ve, ” Antigone Davis, “ It’s, sextortion, Meta, Meta Meta, ” Davis, , Organizations: CNN, FBI, National Center for, Meta, Tech Coalition
Read previewA former competitive bodybuilder turned personal trainer specializing in women's fitness shared the six supplements she takes every day with Business Insider. Surveys suggest that more than half of US adults take supplements, according to the American Medical Association, and the market is set to make about $308 billion worldwide by 2028, according to Statista. Here are the six supplements Madigan takes. Alongside strength training and adequate nutrition and recovery, creatine supplementation can aid muscle growth. AdvertisementPotential benefits of glutamine supplements include reducing muscle soreness after workouts, boosting the immune system, and supporting muscle recovery.
Persons: , Hayley Madigan, she's, Madigan, Ashwagandha Madigan Organizations: Service, Business, American Medical Association, National Center, Integrative
Is Bird Flu Coming to People Next? Are We Ready?
  + stars: | 2024-04-05 | by ( Apoorva Mandavilli | ) www.nytimes.com   time to read: +1 min
Bird flu outbreaks among dairy cows in multiple states, and at least one infection in farmworker in Texas, have incited fears that the virus may be the next infectious threat to people. The influenza virus, called H5N1, is highly pathogenic, meaning it has the ability to cause severe disease and death. The only symptom in the patient in Texas was conjunctivitis, or pink eye, which was also reported in people infected during other bird flu outbreaks. and other agencies in the United States and elsewhere have tracked H5N1 for years to monitor its evolution. Federal agencies have stockpiled vaccines and drugs to be used in a possible bird flu outbreak.
Persons: , , Demetre Daskalakis Organizations: National Center, Centers for Disease Control Locations: farmworker, Texas, United States
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