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Timeline: How the CrowdStrike outage unfolded
  + stars: | 2024-07-20 | by ( Eva Rothenberg | ) edition.cnn.com   time to read: +10 min
Washington, DC, public transportation services — including trains and buses — begin experiencing delays, according to the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority. At 5:30 a.m., US cybersecurity firm CrowdStrike tells customers that it was “aware of reports of crashes” of its software on Microsoft Windows operating systems, according to a company advisory viewed by CNN. Australian lenders ANZ and Westpac were also impacted, according to Downdetector, a website that tracks cyber outages. Other states also report impacts to their driving services, including Georgia, North Carolina, Texas and Tennessee. CrowdStrike would take steps “to prevent anything like this from happening again,” according to a statement on the company’s website.
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CNN —A historically hot summer in the United States is on a July killing spree and the toll will only grow with the hottest days yet to come. It’s been the hottest summer on record to date for around 100 US cities from Maine to California. Nine were over the age of 65, the county medical examiner told CNN. At least 10 suspected heat deaths are being reported in Oregon. The region is still typically quite hot in July even without heat reaching record levels daily.
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The nature of illegal lockouts means they are hard to track directly. One of the responding officers calls a sergeant over, who says there's nothing else they can do. While only 14% of lockout calls led to a police report, 86% of calls about shoplifting did. As they walk over, one of the officers tells the other to look up "illegal lockout" on his phone. A 2006 bill that would have defined illegal lockouts for all Illinois residents was defeated.
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CNN —Detroit Pistons forward Isaiah Stewart has been suspended three games without pay after an altercation with a Phoenix Suns player prior to a game between the two teams, the NBA announced. The 22-year-old was arrested for assault after punching Suns forward Drew Eubanks before the two teams played on February 14 at the Footprint Center in Phoenix, Arizona. “The attack on Drew Eubanks was unprovoked, and acts of violence such as this are unacceptable,” a Suns spokesperson previously told CNN. Stewart is in his fourth season with the Pistons, averaging 11 points and 6.8 rebounds per game in 35 games played this season. After the game, Pistons head coach Monty Williams said he and other team officials had talked to Stewart, who gave them his side of the story.
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The dead baby girl was found in a trash bin in a women’s bathroom at main airport in Phoenix on Oct. 10, 2005. Wrapped in newspapers and a towel, the newborn had been stuffed into a plastic bag from a Marriott Hotel, the police said. Detectives immediately began investigating the death of the child, who came to be known as Baby Skylar. A medical examiner determined two days after the baby was found that she had been suffocated and was the victim of a homicide. Ms. Anderson was in custody in Washington on Tuesday, and was awaiting extradition to Maricopa County, Ariz., Lt. James Hester of the Phoenix Police Department said at the news conference.
Persons: Skylar, Annie Anderson, Anderson, James Hester Organizations: Marriott, Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport, Washington State, Phoenix Police Department Locations: Phoenix, Washington, Maricopa County, Ariz
CNN —Detroit Pistons forward Isaiah Stewart was arrested and cited after an altercation with a Phoenix Suns player prior to Wednesday’s NBA game between the two teams. Stewart was arrested for assault, issued a citation and released, according to a news release from the Phoenix Police Department, after punching Drew Eubanks. Stewart, 22, is in his fourth season with the Pistons and Eubanks, 27, is a forward for the Suns. Stewart was already ruled out of Wednesday’s game, which the Suns won 116-110, with a left ankle sprain. After the game, Pistons head coach Monty Williams said he and other team officials had talked to Stewart, who gave them his side of the story.
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A man who had $40,000 cash seized by police had to wait almost three years to get it back. Jerry Johnson arrived at Phoenix Airport in August 2020 when detectives took his savings. The nonprofit represented Johnson in his appeal after a trial court ruled that he could not even contest the forfeiture of his money. Johnson, who proved ownership of the money according to the court documents, was not charged with any crime. Insider previously reported that the FBI seized $40,000 a couple held in a deposit box more than two years ago but refused to say why or return their cash.
A 15-foot red spoon statue vanished from a Dairy Queen in Phoenix just three weeks after it opened. The store's owner told Fox Business its manager called the police after being unable to spot the statue. Dairy Queen told Fox Business that the giant red spoons only adorn the exterior of restaurants built or renovated in recent years. Dairy Queen restaurants built or renovated in recent years feature giant red spoons on their exterior. Dairy QueenKalra said that he and his wife owned 34 Dairy Queen stores, but only two had spoon statues outside – and this figure has now been reduced to one.
The Wall Street Journal is urging Phoenix police to investigate after one of its Black reporters was handcuffed and detained while working on an assignment on the city’s north side. On Nov. 23, Dion Rabouin, who covers finance for the Wall Street Journal, was detained in a police car while conducting interviews outside a Chase Bank. “We’re deeply concerned that Wall Street Journal reporter Dion Rabouin was detained, handcuffed and placed in the back of a police vehicle while reporting,” a Journal spokesperson said in a statement. I’m a reporter for The Wall Street Journal. A Phoenix Police Department spokesperson told NBC News that bank personnel called the police after customers complained Rabouin was approaching them and asking personal questions.
The incident between The Journal reporter Dion Rabouin and the Phoenix officer occurred in late November, but just became public his week after ABC affiliate KNXV reported on the matter. In a statement, The Journal said that it is “deeply concerned” with how its reporter was treated and has asked the Phoenix Police Department to conduct an investigation. The video shows Rabouin repeatedly identified himself as a reporter for The Journal, but the officer did not appear to care. A representative for Chase told me Thursday that the bank did apologize to Rabouin over the incident. The Phoenix Police Department can start now.”The Committee to Protect Journalists has also sounded the alarm over the incident.
The disruption came at a critical moment for the Lake campaign, locked in a tight race for governor with the Democratic nominee, Katie Hobbs, currently serving as Arizona's secretary of state. "Just two days before Election Day, our campaign headquarters remains shut down," the Lake campaign statement said. The FBI's field office in Phoenix said its agents and local law enforcement responded on Sunday morning to "a report of suspicious letters" at the location of the Phoenix campaign headquarters. Neither the FBI statement, nor the Phoenix police, referred to Lake or her campaign by name. The incident came nearly two weeks after a burglary of Hobbs' campaign headquarters.
An arrest has been made in connection to a burglary at the campaign headquarters of Katie Hobbs, the Democratic nominee for governor of Arizona, Phoenix police said Thursday. Hobbs’ campaign confirmed to NBC News that it was made aware of the arrest. The burglary comes amid reports of voter intimidation in Arizona, where Hobbs, as secretary of state, is the top election official. In a statement Wednesday, Hobbs’ campaign manager tied the reports of alleged voter intimidation to Lake and other election deniers. She added that “Hobbs and her staff have faced hundreds of death threats and threats of violence over the course of this campaign.”
Phoenix police said they had arrested Daniel Mota Dos Reis, 36, in connection to a burglary. "We are very thankful that the Phoenix Police Department acted so quickly to arrest a suspect," Hobbs' campaign manager, Nicole DeMont, said in a statement. In recent days, Hobbs' campaign and Republican opponent Kari Lake have traded barbs over the incident. Hobbs' campaign said Lake's harsh rhetoric and embrace of Trump's election falsehoods created the conditions for the burglary to take place. They added that police had recovered the items allegedly stolen by Dos Reis.
Google software engineer Faraaz Sareshwala said his wife was assaulted on a Southwest flight to Phoenix. In a thread of tweets, he called out Southwest Airlines for not reprimanding the man he said is responsible. Sareshwala wrote that the man reportedly told the seatmates to "fuck off" and said "that bitch got what was coming for her." Sareshwala nor Southwest Airlines immediately responded to Insider's request for comment. On Wednesday, a man was arrested and banned from American Airlines after being seen punching a flight attendant in the back of the head.
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