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Shootings in Buffalo, Uvalde, Tulsa show need for change, Catholics say – Deseret News

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Sophia Bush Marries Grant Hughes in Oklahoma Wedding – E! NEWS

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The Associated Press retweeted: Rio de Janeiro Olympics gold medalist Monica Puig has announced her retirement from professional tennis at the age of 28. by @howardfendrich apne.ws/9KA7Cmk

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Rio de Janeiro Olympics gold medalist Monica Puig has announced her retirement from professional tennis at the age of 28.

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‘It’s a grift’: Jan. 6 committee member tells Tapper that Trump’s campaign bilked donors

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January 6 committee member Rep. Zoe Lofgren (D-CA) presented a video that accused former President Donald Trump and his campaign of pushing false election claims to raise money to fight voter fraud that did not exist.


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Spears’ ex who appeared at wedding charged with stalking

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In Hollywood, where job security is fickle, Disney CEO Bob Chapek supported Peter Rice—until he didn’t. Here’s what went wrong for the veteran executive. on.wsj.com/3QmxuqT


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The News And Times: Retired four-star general John R. Allen facing FBI probe resigns from influential think tank | Preparations underway for return of Coney Island Mermaid Parade – Selected Articles

 

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Farm dogs: Top 5 breeds & qualities – Thats Farming
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NC artist finds inspiration in love, Puerto Rican roots – Idaho Statesman
NC artist finds inspiration in love, Puerto Rican roots  Idaho Statesman

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Retired four-star general John R. Allen facing FBI probe resigns from influential think tank | Preparations underway for return of Coney Island Mermaid Parade – Selected Articles
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Tweets by ‎@mikenov | Post Link Michael Novakhov RetweetedBundeskanzler Olaf Scholz✔@BundeskanzlerGanz klar, die Länder des Westbalkan brauchen die Perspektive Europa. Aus eigener Geschichte wissen @KirilPetkov und ich: Die Mitgliedschaft in der hat viele Kräfte in unseren Gesellschaften mobilisiert, die gut sind: Gut für die Demokratie und gut für…

At Least 20 Million Watched Jan. 6 Hearing posted at 16:04:45 UTC via nytimes.com – Saved Web Pages – News Articles in full
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FBI News Review at 9 a.m. [Inoreader digest]
  FBI News Review at 9 a.m. created by Michael Novakhov  •  Jun 12 2022 FBI News Review at 9 a.m. EST Daily Blog by Michael Novakhov on Blogger – <a href=”https://fbinewsreview.blogspot.com” rel=”nofollow”>https://fbinewsreview.blogspot.com</a> – Bike with Mike! – <a href=”http://fbireform.org” rel=”nofollow”>fbireform.org</a> | Investigate the investigators! | <a href=”http://fbireform.com” rel=”nofollow”>fbireform.com</a> FBI Current News: <a href=”https://www.inoreader.com/stream/user/1006407045/tag/FBI/view/html?cs=m&sb=y” rel=”nofollow”>https://www.inoreader.com/stream/user/1006407045/tag/FBI/view/html?cs=m&sb=y</a>…

Trump Investigations News Review at 9 a.m. [Inoreader digest]
  Trump Investigations News Review at 9 a.m. created by Michael Novakhov  •  Jun 12 2022 The Trump Investigations News Review at 9 a.m. EST Daily Review Of News And Opinions – Blog by Michael Novakhov The New Abwehr Hypothesis of The Operation Trump: A Study In Political Psychology, Political Criminology, and Psychohistory, and as the aid […]
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  Puerto Rico News Review at 9 a.m. created by Michael Novakhov  •  Jun 12 2022 Puerto Rico News Review at 9 a.m. EST Daily Current Puerto Rico News: <a href=”https://www.inoreader.com/stream/user/1006407045/tag/Puerto%20Rico%20News/view/html?cs=m&sb=y” rel=”nofollow”>https://www.inoreader.com/stream/user/1006407045/tag/Puerto%20Rico%20News/view/html?cs=m&sb=y</a> Selected Articles Review From The News And Times – <a href=”https://thenewsandtimes.blogspot.com/” rel=”nofollow”>https://thenewsandtimes.blogspot.com/</a> Current Selected…

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  Saved Web Pages – Daily Report at 9 p.m. created by Michael Novakhov  •  Jun 11 2022 The most notable news articles in full text version. Current Page: <a href=”https://www.inoreader.com/stream/user/1006407045/tag/web-pages/view/html” rel=”nofollow”>https://www.inoreader.com/stream/user/1006407045/tag/web-pages/view/html</a> – Germany’s Scholz to travel to Kyiv with Macron and Draghi before G7, Bild am Sonntag… German Chancellor Olaf Scholz looks…

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Retired four-star general John R. Allen facing FBI probe resigns from influential think tank

General John R. Allen has stepped down as president of the Brookings Institution after he was accused of lying and obstructing an FBI probe connected to an illegal lobbying campaign for Qatar.

The retired four-star Marine, who became Brookings president in 2017, said in his resignation letter that he leaves the…


DON: Russia may not be fighting for ground but for a psychological tipping point in the Donbas – bne IntelliNews

DON: Russia may not be fighting for ground but for a psychological tipping point in the Donbas  bne IntelliNews
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Russia-Ukraine war LIVE: Azov troops’ leader claims ‘many bodies’ still remain in Azovstal – Republic World

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Spain: Algeria’s ties with Russia behind row with Madrid

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MADRID (AP) — Spain’s economy minister on Monday linked Algeria’s decision to break a decades-old friendship treaty with Spain that has frozen economic links with what she described as the North African country’s increasing alignment with Russia.

In an interview with Catalunya Radio, Nadia Calviño said that in recent International Monetary Fund meetings she has chaired, she noticed “that Algeria was more and more aligned with Russia, and as such, it (the decision) didn’t surprise me.”

Algeria suspended the two-decade-old friendship treaty with Spain last Wednesday.

The move was seen as retaliation after Madrid came out in support of Morocco’s attempts to keep Western Sahara under its rule. Algeria supports the territory’s independence movement.

On Friday, the EU warned it was prepared to take action to defend the interests of its members.

Algeria then appeared to do a U-turn when its mission at the European Union issued a statement saying the country had never suspended the treaty.

Algeria continues to block trade, however, and the Algerian Foreign Ministry on Saturday called the European response “hasty and unfounded.” In a strongly worded communique, it added that the issue was “a political disagreement of a bilateral nature” between Madrid and Algiers that should not concern the EU.

Calviño welcomed the EU move, adding that the treaty suspensions would be a drag on the Spanish economy. She said “the most important thing at this moment is that Algeria changes its position and retreats.”

Spanish officials say they are hopeful that talks with Algeria will resolve the issue soon.

Spain’s chief worry has been that the suspension might affect important gas supplies from Algeria, but both the Spanish and Algerian governments have said this won’t happen. Algeria supplies 23% of Spain’s gas needs.

Spain and the rest of the 27-nation bloc are hustling to find alternatives to Russian energy imports to protest Russia’s war in Ukraine.

Industry Ministry figures show Spain exported 2 billion euros ($2.1 billion) in goods to Algeria last year while its imports were valued at nearly 5 billion euros.

Spain was the colonial power in Western Sahara until it was annexed by Morocco in 1975. Since then, neighbors Algeria and Morocco have been at odds over the fate of the region.


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Texas shooting records could be blocked by legal loophole

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AUSTIN, Texas (AP) — As public pressure mounts for more information on the deadly Uvalde school shooting, some are concerned that Texas officials will use a legal loophole to block records from being released — even to the victims’ families — once the case is closed.

Since the May 24 shooting at a Texas elementary school that left 19 kids and two teachers dead, law enforcement officials have provided little or conflicting information, sometimes withdrawing statements hours after making them. State police have said some accounts were preliminary and may change as more witnesses are interviewed.

A number of questions remain unanswered by authorities: Why did police take more than an hour to enter the classroom and confront the gunman? What do their body cameras show? How did law enforcement officers communicate with one another and the victims during the attack? What happened when dozens of officers gathered outside the classroom, yet refrained from pursuing the shooter?

Officials have declined to release more details, citing the investigation. Amid the growing silence, lawyers and advocates for the victim’s families are beginning to fear they may never get the answers, that authorities will close the case and rely on the exception to the Texas Public Information law to block the release of any further information.

“They could make that decision; they shouldn’t have that choice,” said Democratic state Rep. Joe Moody of El Paso, who since 2017 has led several efforts to amend the loophole. “To understand what our government is doing should not be that difficult — and right now it is very difficult.”

The law’s exception protects information from being released in crimes for which no one has been convicted. The Texas Attorney General’s Office has ruled that it applies when a suspect is dead. Salvador Ramos, the 18-year-old man who police say was responsible for the mass killing at Robb Elementary School, was fatally shot by law enforcement.

The loophole was created in the 1990s to protect those wrongfully accused or whose cases were dismissed, according to Kelley Shannon, executive director of the Freedom of Information Foundation of Texas. “It is meant to protect the innocent,” Shannon said. But she said that in some cases “it is being used and misused in a way that was never intended.”

Following the shooting, Texas House of Representatives Speaker Dade Phelan, a Republican, took to Twitter to voice his continued support for closing the loophole during the Texas Legislature’s next session, which begins in January 2023.

“More than anything, the families of the Uvalde victims need honest answers and transparency,” Phelan tweeted. He said it would be “absolutely unconscionable” to deny information based on the “dead suspect loophole.”

Charley Wilkison, executive director of the Combined Law Enforcement Associations of Texas, said the organization was opposed and “will always be opposed” to a loophole amendment proposed in previous years that he said would have allowed the release of records pertaining to law enforcement officers, even those falsely accused of wrongdoing. He said that would negatively affect the officers’ ability to keep working. But Wilkison said he would be willing to participate in future discussions in an attempt to find a middle ground.

Public focus in the Uvalde shooting has been on school district police Chief Pete Arredondo. Steven McCraw, head of the Texas Department of Public Safety, said recently that Arredondo believed the active shooting had turned into a hostage situation, and that he made the “wrong decision” to not order officers to breach the classroom more quickly to confront the gunman.

Arredondo has not responded to requests for comment from The Associated Press. In an interview with The Texas Tribune published Thursday, however, he said he did not consider himself in charge of the law enforcement response and assumed someone else had taken control.

The New York Times reported Thursday that it obtained documents showing police waited for protective equipment as they delayed entering the campus, even as they became aware that some victims needed medical treatment.

If efforts to amend the public information loophole fail and law enforcement continues to refuse to release information, families could turn to any involved federal agencies. In one case in Mesquite, Texas, the parents of an 18-year-old who died after being arrested received records from federal authorities showing that police had used more force against their son than they had originally understood. The police had refused to turn over any information under the legal loophole.

“If someone dies in police custody, this is when we would want to open all of our records,” the father, Robert Dyer, said as he testified before the legislature in 2019 in favor of amending the legal exception.

Mayra Guillen said she and her family were stymied by the state loophole when they tried to get details on a case involving her sister Vanessa Guillen. Authorities say the 20-year-old soldier was killed at a Texas military base by fellow soldier Aaron Robinson, who then disposed of her body.

Military officials and law enforcement said Robinson pulled a gun and shot himself as police were trying to make contact with him. But local police wouldn’t allow Vanessa Guillen’s family to view the officers’ body camera footage of the confrontation because the suspect hadn’t been convicted, Mayra Guillen said.

“We were honestly just trying to receive closure and see if what was being said was true,” Guillen said. “It is only right to have these records be public to some extent. It is so hard to tell whether there will be justice or not.”

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Video News Review at 11 a.m. [Inoreader digest]

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  Video News Review at 11 a.m. created by Michael Novakhov  •  Jun 13 2022 Video News Review at 11 a.m. Daily Current Video News: https://www.inoreader.com/stream/user/1006407045/tag/YouTube%20subscriptions/view/html?cs=m&sb=y Selected Articles Review From The News And Times – https://thenewsandtimes.blogspot.com/ Current Selected Articles: https://www.inoreader.com/stream/user/1006407045/tag/user-favorites/view/html All Current Articles: https://www.inoreader.com/stream/user/1006407045/tag/all-articles/view/html LIVE: House resumes public hearings on Jan. 6 assault on Capitol The U.S. […]

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