CALGARY (CITYNEWS) – A big part of an Olympic bid is an athletes village but there has been confusion over who would benefit.“All the social housing, in spite of what’s being said out there, is that all that remains intact. We’ve reduced seven per cent of our budget so we’re still putting the largest investment into the community in the history of Calgary and what we’re removing is student housing,” said CEO of Calgary 2026 Mary Moran.She says by doing that they were able to cut $45 million off the original $620-million cost bringing the price tag to $575 million. The total number of units was originally 2,800, but now it’s 1,800.READ MORE: Olympic Oval needs upgrades regardless of 2026 OlympicsMoran says they were looking at possibly removing the bus barn in Victoria Park to make room but that has since changed.“We are still looking at the rivers district and we’re looking at a couple others and we’re in negotiation on those. The housing, that’s just for the athletes, but there’s housing for many workers whether they be part of the Olympic movement or contractors or security people that come into town. And that’s throughout the community.”READ MORE: Is Calgary’s sport legacy slipping away?The Canadian Taxpayers Federation says it doesn’t think it’s fair for Calgarians to get funding from other levels of government on something like affordable housing on the condition of hosting a sporting event.
Rabat – Chairman of the group of Justice and Development Party (PJD) MPs at the House of Representatives Idriss Al Azami Idrissi submitted his resignation letter to the secretariat of the ruling party on Saturday, July 20.The resignation letter does not include the reasons behind his resignation. Local news outlets, however, speculate that Al Azami’s move is due to the adoption of the new framework law for education.The Moroccan parliamentary commission for education adopted the law on July 16. The controversial law allows for scientific and technical subjects to be taught in foreign languages.Despite criticism for the law, the parliamentary commission approved the law by a vast majority (25 votes).Read Also: New Framework Law Promotes Multilingual Education in MoroccoWhile the Justice and Development Party has not yet confirmed Al Azami’s resignation, Moroccan television channel 2M quoted a resignation letter from al Azami. The letter reads: “I regret to inform you that on Saturday I addressed a letter to the Secretary-General [Saad Eddine El Othmani] of my decision to resign from my job as the chairman of the PJD in the House of Representatives.”Al Azami, a supporter of former Head of Government Abdelilah Benkirane, added that he will have the opportunity to disclose the circumstances behind his resignation.Morocco’s Minister for Education Said Amzazi described the adoption of the framework law 51.17 as “historic.”Ahead of the adoption of the law, a controversy ensued among political parties and politicians to emphasize the need to preserve official languages in Morocco, in accordance with the constitution: Arabic and Tamazight (berber).Benkirane, who also served as former secretary-general of PJD, was among the politicians who defended the Arabic language loudly.“If higher education in a foreign language is necessary one day, there is a better language for it than French,” Benkirane said in March.In addition to Benkirane, Al Istiqlal Party and The National Coalition for the Arabic Language also opposed the framework law when the government reviewed the draft.The coalition described the law as a crime and a violation of the Moroccan constitution, which establishes Arabic and Tamazight as Morocco’s official languages.“There is no evidence that teaching science in Arabic has caused the failure of the education system,” he said.
NEW YORK — U.S. stocks moved broadly higher Thursday as investors cheered plans for the U.S. and China to meet in October in an attempt to reconcile their longstanding trade dispute.Financial markets were also bolstered by positive economic data showing that U.S. companies are still hiring at a solid pace and that U.S. productivity rose at a healthy rate last quarter.Technology stocks led the gains for a second day in a row as investors again fed a bigger appetite for riskier holdings. Chipmakers were the standouts in the early going. Intel rose 3.2% and Nvidia rose 4.2%.Banks moved broadly higher as bond yields rose, which gives them more leverage to charge higher interest rates on loans and garner more profit. JPMorgan Chase rose 2.4% and Bank of America rose 2.7%.Consumer-focused companies also rose broadly. Nike, which stands to benefit if the trade war ends sooner rather than later, rose 2.1%. Amazon rose 1.2%.Investors again shunned safe-play holdings, including utilities and bonds, as they gained more confidence that the economy will continue growing.KEEPING SCORE: The S&P 500 rose 1.5% as of 10 a.m. Eastern Time. The Dow Jones Industrial Average rose 431 points, or 1.6%, to 26,785. The Nasdaq rose 1.7%.THE ECONOMY: Payroll processor ADP reported that U.S. businesses added 195,000 jobs in August, well above economists’ expectations. The private report frequently diverges from the government’s own employment report, which is scheduled to be released Friday. Economists expect that report will show 160,000 jobs were added.Meanwhile, the Labor Department reported that overall productivity rose 2.3% during the second quarter, also beating economists’ growth forecasts.The positive report gave already rising bond yields an additional push. The yield on the 10-year Treasury note rose to 1.58% from 1.46% late Wednesday, a big move.OVERSEAS: Stocks in Europe moved broadly higher as political developments in Britain point to a less chaotic exit from the European Union. Britain’s Parliament has been pushing back against Prime Minister Boris Johnson and hope to make a deal with the EU before leaving on Oct. 31. Leaving the 28-member trading bloc without a deal could hurt Britain’s economy. The British pound surged on the renewed hopes for a more orderly European Union exit.Asian stocks were broadly higher, though Hong Kong’s Hang Seng fell slightly. The index surged a day prior as the government moved to formally withdraw an extradition bill that set off three months of protests.TRADE WAR TWISTS: U.S. and Chinese envoys have agreed to meet in early October in yet another attempt to end a trade war that has rattled global financial markets and threatened economic growth. Negotiations between the world’s largest economies have been tenuous and the trade war has been escalating with expanded tariffs on each other’s products.The latest escalation kicked in Sunday, when the U.S. imposed 15% tariffs on $300 billion of Chinese imports, extending penalties to almost everything the United States buys from China. Beijing responded by imposing duties of 10% and 5% on a range of American imports.U.S. tariffs of 25% imposed previously on $250 billion of Chinese goods are due to rise to 30% on Oct. 1.SPARKLING REPORT: Signet Jewelers surged 30% after the company blew away Wall Street’s fiscal second quarter profit forecasts. The company, which operates Kay, Zales and Piercing Pagoda stores, also raised its own profit forecast for the year.Damian J. Troise, The Associated Press
He said that the agency had warned in early January that there was “about $2 trillion of stock in the form of cash or in the form of reinvested earnings of retained earnings outside the US”, which may be repatriated in some form, following wholesale tax reform.“And indeed, it’s happening,” he added. “We have seen that outward FDI from the US was from $147 billion last year to a negative $247 billion this year.”Trade disputes another negative factorOther factors have contributed to this year’s “huge difference in repatriation” of overseas profits by US multinationals, Mr. Zhan said. These include uncertainty about the detail and impact of tax reform and the potential impact of unresolved international trade disputes; such as the tit-for-tat tariffs imposed by the United States and China.In contrast to the overall decline in foreign investment, the UNCTAD report highlights a 42 per cent increase in so-called “greenfield” projects, to $454 billion.These initiatives can involve building operations in a foreign country from scratch and they are seen an indicator of future trends, Mr. Zhan explained, before noting that investment in this sector had been at “relatively low levels” in the same period last year.’Only slight’ fall in developing country investmentWhile the fall in foreign direct investment has happened mainly in richer nations, including Ireland (down $81 billion) and Switzerland (down $77 billion), developing economies saw FDI flows declining “only slightly” in the first half of the year by four per cent, to $310 billion, compared with 2017.This includes developing Asia – down four per cent – to $220 billion – in the same period, driven mostly by a 16 per cent decline in investment in East Asia. China, the notable exception, was in fact the largest recipient of foreign direct investment in the first half of 2018, attracting more than $70 billion.Latin America and the Caribbean, meanwhile, saw a six per cent drop in investment, amid uncertainty over upcoming elections that were offset by higher commodity prices, UNCTAD said.This indicates that the country “is seeing a return to earlier levels of investment after a steep slowdown in the preceding years”, UNCTAD said, noting that Egypt remains Africa’s largest recipient of foreign investment – up almost a quarter – compared with the first half of 2017.Turning to Western Africa, the data indicates a 17 per cent fall in investment there in the first half of the year, from $5.2 billion to 4.3 billion. This is blamed partly on the “volatile global economic environment” and mixed commodity prices, and it could be turned around by advances in regional integration, including an African Continental Free Trade Agreement, the UNCTAD report suggested.But that still leaves a significant gap in the investment that will be required for poorer countries to achieve Sustainable Development Goals by 2030, a list of ambitious objectives including extreme poverty eradication and ending world hunger, agreed three years ago. Overall, the global financial picture is “gloomy”, said UNCTAD’s James Zhan, Director, Division on Investment and Enterprise. He explained that foreign direct investment is important because it gives countries access to external capital, technology, market access and tax contributions.According to UNCTAD, the development is mainly owing to recent tax reforms in the U.S. which have encouraged big firms there to bring home earnings from abroad – principally from Western European countries.
OSU freshman golfer Caden Orweiler stares down a putt in competition for OSU. He was raised in Waldo, Ohio. Credit: Courtesy of OSU AthleticsBorn and raised an hour north of Columbus, in Waldo, Ohio, freshman golfer Caden Orewiler’s journey to golfing for Ohio State is a story of family, overcoming unforeseen circumstances, and using tragedy to turn lifelong ambitions into realized realities.The par-four fifth hole at Kings Mill Golf Club in Waldo is overrun by rows of pine trees running down the left of the fairway. Orewiler stepped to the tee box as the evening sun peered overhead, providing his favorite scenery before teeing off. This, he said, has been his favorite hole at his local course for as long as he can remember.Golf has been an integral part of his life before he was old enough to play. Orewiler has worked tirelessly to get to this point – playing major Division I collegiate golf. The steps he took to get there and the people who stood by his side make Orewiler’s journey to OSU all the more notable.Orewiler’s introduction to the world of golf was headed by his father, Chuck Orewiler, an avid golfer who took it upon himself to preach the game that he loved to Caden and his older brother, Alec. Their mother, Amy, dutifully supported the boys along the way. She was there after tough finishes or when Chuck would become disappointed in the way the boys were carrying themselves on the course. She even swings the clubs too.Before the final round of the 1994 U.S. Amateur Open, Earl Woods pulled his young son Tiger Woods aside and said to him, “Let the legend grow.” That day, Tiger Woods came from five strokes back to become the youngest golfer to win the U.S. Amateur Open, at the age of 18. Caden said that bond between Earl and Tiger Woods is the type of relationship that his own father wanted to have with him. After Caden won his first Heart of Ohio Junior Golf Association tournament as a 9-year-old, Caden’s father – like Earl Woods to Tiger – said, “Let the legend grow.” Caden used that momentum and got progressively better through the years. As he grew older, playing college golf became a reality to both of them. Caden’s father, an avid OSU fan and alumnus, wanted his son to golf for the hometown Buckeyes. On the other hand, Caden entertained the idea of golfing for college golf powerhouse, Oklahoma State University.However, Caden did not get to complete the recruiting process with the person who had been there through the entire journey. In Nov. 2013, after Caden had completed his sophomore golf season at River Valley High School, Chuck Orewiler died in a single-automobile accident. He was 50 years old.The wretchedness of losing a parent is one of the hardest times to go through, but through golf, Caden had something to remember his father by.“The relationship we had was definitely centered around the golf course. We talked about life on the golf course, how I was doing in school. We talked about family – everything. We even talked about dying,” he said. “It’s a crazy thing and God works in weird ways in that we would talk about what he wanted to have happen when he passed away.”Those conversations and that bond allowed Caden to be able to speak up when the family was discussing how they were going to lay its patriarch to rest. Chuck was cremated, and his ashes were spread in the section of the Olentangy River that runs through the backyard of the Orewiler household, flowing south to Columbus, past Ohio Stadium and the campus that has meant so much to the both of them.After losing his father, Caden never gave up, but instead became more focused. His mother stepped up right where Caden’s father left, more heavily involving herself in his tournaments and overall game.“She has really been able to play both roles,” Caden said. “She picked up a huge responsibility and role and has just blown it out of the water. Without her support, it would be hard to keep going when things do get tough.”Before his death that fall, Caden’s father said something to him that he said stays with him to this day. During the district tournament practice round in the fall of 2013 at River Greens Golf Course in West Lafayette, Ohio, his father handed Caden a golf ball at the seventh tee-box and simply said, “Let’s finish what we started.” At that point in time, Chuck meant winning a state championship. While his son did not end up accomplishing that goal after finishing tied for fourth in 2014 and losing in a playoff to finish second at districts in 2015, he was able to accomplish the ultimate goal they had set. Caden committed to golf for the Buckeyes.“I still hear him talking to me sometimes on the course,” he said. “Telling me to never give up and to keep fighting.”In the early collegiate golf season that stretches from the beginning of fall semester until, potentially, the end of May, Orewiler has contributed in one event thus far for OSU. He finished tied for 27th at the Carmel Cup, which was played Sept. 2-4 at Pebble Beach Golf Links in Pebble Beach, CA. OSU’s next scheduled match is at the Quail Valley Intercollegiate, Oct. 24 and 25, in Vero Beach, Florida.
What sells toys is a combination of two things: recognition and timing. And even in the event that something like Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice doesn’t actually cater to younger audiences, the action figures of Superman are still going to sell. Directly following the film’s release, I saw a young kid and his dad in a Barnes & Noble lingering near the DC toys table, despite me hoping that the boy didn’t have to see the movie in theaters. Of course, movies that are out can capitalize off the merchandise in stores.Nowadays, Disney is making billions off of the Star Wars franchise thanks to this combination. In the year following the release of The Force Awakens, Forbes wrote that Disney, which garnered 10 percent of the profits from merchandise sales, would make $500 million. And that was after Disney bought the Star Wars rights from Lucas for $4 billion. There are still two more sequels in the trilogy, along with two standalone films (Rogue One and the solo Han Solo film) and if each made that same amount, Disney would have almost profited from the sale just on merchandise alone. In 2016, Star Wars is expected to make up to $700 million, with some of those profits also going to Hasbro.The power of Star Wars can be in its storytelling, although that’s always been very basic in its structure. There are memorable characters across every iteration of the franchise, along with some that manage to cross over. The world is unique to encompass a wide variety of stories and has become a monolith of its own even outside typical narrative elements. Star Wars wouldn’t be nearly as successful if A New Hope was a terrible movie.However, to completely forget about the merchandising and business side of its origins is to forget a core component to its profit. How would you be able to really enjoy it if you didn’t have figurines to line your shelves with or roleplaying games to play? Geek merchandise is a booming business, with companies like LootCrate and ThinkGeek specializing in those areas. The amount of products that are going out into the market is only going to increase.“In the ’70s, no one would’ve considered nondairy creamer with a Star Wars logo, or makeup, and not even Halloween makeup. It wouldn’t have crossed your mind to brand those items with Star Wars. It’s staggering,” Mark Clark, author Star Wars FAQ: Everything Left to Know About the Trilogy That Changed the Movies, told the Tampa Bay Times.The Star Wars expanded universe made way for the Star Wars extended universe, which in turn provided more outlets for Lucas and Disney (in the later years) to profit. All of these other Star Wars stories and properties can add to a fan’s enjoyment of the franchise, but more than anything they make people money. Star Wars x Adidas Ultraboost Photos Have Leaked’Star Wars Pinball’ Has Your Favorite Brand in Ball Form I’ve been thinking a lot lately about the business behind extended, multimedia universes and the timeline behind these histories. There are a number of reasons to create a universe based on a singular franchise–such as creative reasons and fan demands–but in all, what is a slew of comics, TV shows, movies, or whatever without the money to back up those efforts?Nowadays, the idea of the extended universe is so commonplace that it’s become borderline tiresome. Marvel wasn’t the first to create its own multimedia story, but it’s the boilerplate that others are looking at when making their own in the 21st century. DC has its own wobbling cinematic universe, and Universal wants to reinvigorate the classic monsters in a joint collective of films.And the one thing all of these have in common is their motivations: to utilize a renewed and partially experimental strategy to make as most money as possible. It sounds cynical, and there are certainly other motivations to back up the people working on these properties, but in the end, there won’t be a Marvel Cinematic Universe if the studio wasn’t making billions of dollars on the majority of the films.As noted, Marvel wasn’t the first to be super successful in this. Most reading this can name which one was the first major moneymaker off using an expanded universe to make more money than the GDP of some countries off of toys. Star Wars has made creator George Lucas a billionaire due to all of its merchandising, which only becomes more profitable the more additions get released. The genius of Star Wars is less about story and characters (although that is a part of it) and more about how those elements are fed into a machine that spits out toys, comics, TV shows, and cold hard cash.There were profitable universes before Star Wars, but none paved the way for universe marketing quite like it.Note that when I say “extended universe” I don’t mean the “expanded universe,” (or EU) which refers to official Star Wars stories that exist outside the official Lucasfilm canon–basically, anything that isn’t in the films, the Clone Wars TV series, or in the fiction established by Disney. For the purposes of this article, an “extended universe” is a number of stories set in the same narrative place that takes place across multiple mediums or with interconnected tissue that keeps them consistent.However, the “expanded universe” helps feed the “extended universe” and in turn, makes Star Wars more money, so it all works out. The science fiction/fantasy series is endless, which just gives Lucasfilm more opportunities to capitalize on it.There’s the original trilogy or course, but things were brewing even back in the 1970s. The EU books have been working in the downtime between films, starting with Splinter of the Mind’s Eye in 1978 and Marvel Comics started off the initial comic book run. The first six issues adapted from the first film, and each subsequent issue continued the adventures of the original trio. It lasted 107 issues, including separate runs for the adaptations of the sequels. And that doesn’t count the hundreds of comics that’ve been produced since then.There’s also the Star Wars Holiday Special, which you can’t pretend doesn’t exist (sorry). But all of these works were additions to the original story, not necessarily the universe as a whole, although new details did appear throughout, as they would continue to do.Even in the 1990s, when the Star Wars franchise wasn’t producing movies it was attempting to make money by churning out products. Shadows of the Empire was a transmedia, multimedia project. There was a book, a video game, a comic, trading cards, and just about everything else that all told a singular story of what occurred between Empire Strikes Back and Return of the Jedi. Besides having consumers buy the pieces of that story, there were action figures and other toys that made it successful, despite the video game being kind of a mixed bag.You can probably blame Shadows of the Empire for the prequels, and the remasters of the original films that appeared a few years later. But then Star Wars was everywhere once again, reaffirming that this was a commercial juggernaut. Kids who weren’t around during the 70s got a chance to take part in the hype, which would continue with the prequels and The Force Awakens.Whether or not you enjoyed the prequels (and I know there are a few people out there who do), it made a lot of money. The Phantom Menace, for instance, made over $1 billion internationally. It kickstarted the franchise again. Later on, in 2008, we got Star Wars: The Clone Wars, (not to be confused with Star Wars: Clone Wars, a 2003 series). This series revealed what took place between the second and third films in the prequel trilogy and spawned Rebels, which is about to enter its third season.So there’s a lot here, much more than I can recount without this article turning into a catalog. Not everything needs an expanded universe, but Star Wars definitely benefits from its countless media properties. As a brand that hasn’t always been consistent with its story ideas and characters (looking at you, Jar-Jar), the additions to its canon have given it more opportunities for genius (and failure). The strengths of the stories lie not just in the characters or the basic plots, but in the mythos that makes up its incredibly detailed universe.It also makes George Lucas a ton of money. Maybe too much money (and we’re part of the problem).Yohanes Sanjaya/FlickrSince the very beginning, Star Wars has been about merchandise, mainly toys. When negotiating his salary for directing the first in the franchise, George Lucas said he’d take lower pay under two conditions: that he maintain the merchandising rights for Star Wars and that he would retain the rights to any sequels. Since the studio didn’t think that this would amount to much, they agreed.Back in the 1970s, movie merchandise wasn’t a big industry. Sure, it existed (Disney has been making money off of Mickey Mouse since the 1920s), but the theory among executives was that there wasn’t any longevity. We know now that’s not trueMovie merchandising hit a peak in the 1980s with the release of Ghostbusters and Tim Burton’s new Batman. According to a New York Times article in 1989, it wasn’t until Jaws and Star Wars that merchandising was even considered as a viable marketing strategy. It was thought that movies couldn’t stay around long enough to make the sale work in the long term (the exception was Star Trek, which had built a collector’s community).The easiest way to maintain a movie’s staying power is through sequels. That same article notes that because movie merchandising equates mostly to character recognition, franchises are the best for selling toys.“Merchandising is character licensing, whether the character is E. T., Luke Skywalker or Mickey Mouse,” said Thomas Pollock, the chairman of MCA’s Universal Motion Picture Group at the time. Stay on target
Jason Namako RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Clash of Champions Highlights: Luke Harper returns, Rollins/Strowman, Becky against Sasha WhatsApp Pinterest Wrestleview Live #65: Reviewing and discussing WWE Clash of Champions from Charlotte Twitter Google+ Facebook WWE attendance figures from February 18 to February 23, 2016.* 2/18 NXT live event in Upper Darby, Pennsylvania: 2,200 fans.* 2/18 NXT live event in Crystal River, Florida: 150 fans.* 2/19 NXT live event in Asbury Park, New Jersey: 2,500 fans (sellout).* 2/20 live event in Youngstown, Ohio: 3,700 fans.* 2/21 Fastlane PPV in Cleveland, Ohio: 14,406 fans.* 2/20 NXT live event in Albany, New York: 2,200 fans.* 2/22 RAW TV tapings in Detroit, Michigan: 10,400 fans.* 2/23 Smackdown TV tapings in Indianapolis, Indiana: 7,600 fans.Source: The Wrestling Observer Newsletter Live Podcast: Reviewing and discussing WWE Clash of Champions from Charlotte
Juventus manager Max Allegri said he was offered Madrid job but he turned it down before Julen Lopetegui was appointed and announced as their new boss.He revealed why he rejected Real Madrid job saying it clearly wasn’t the first choice.“Let’s say I said yes to Juventus,” Allegri told Sky Sports Italia when asked if Madrid had approached him.“I spoke to the (Real) president (Florentino Perez) once, and I said that out of respect for the (Juve) president (Andrea Agnelli), to whom I’d given my word, and to Juventus, that I’d be staying at Juventus.“It was a decision I’d already taken, and even if other things can happen in life I’d say that I made the decision to stay at Juventus and respected what I’d said, without considering other options.“I have to thank the Real Madrid president though, for giving me the chance to go there.”Fiorentina owner: “Ribery played better than Ronaldo!” Andrew Smyth – September 14, 2019 Fiorentina owner Rocco Commisso was left gushing over Franck Ribery’s performance against Juventus, which he rates above that of even Cristiano Ronaldo’s.Allegri was also pressed on whether or not Chelsea had contacted him.“Let’s just say that the decision to stay at Juventus had already been taken, while thanking the ones who sought me out,” he said.“I’ve always said that the president will be the first to know if I want to leave, and the president will have to tell me if he wants to make a change.“The Juventus project is renewed every year, and every year is competitive. Then Juventus is one of the strongest teams in the world.“In any case, Juventus have been among the best in Europe for the past four years and we think we can continue to better what we started four years ago.
The government has launched a consultation to public sector organisations on gender pay gap reporting in the public sector.The consultation, which began on 18 August 2016 and will close on 30 September 2016, sets out how the government intends to bring in the reporting requirements for public sector organisations; how the reporting requirements will work in the public sector; and poses a number of questions on the proposed approach.The government is seeking to amend the Specific Duties Regulations that are followed by public bodies to include mandatory gender pay gap reporting for public bodies with more than 250 employees.The existing Specific Duties Regulations, a section of the 2010 Equality Act which came into force in 2011, already requires public bodies with 150 or more employees to publish information relating to staff.These organisations are encouraged to include gender pay gap data in the information they publish. The government intends to keep this reporting requirement in place so that those bodies with 150 employees or more will still have to report on their workforce diversity and consider whether to include data on gender pay differentials in the information they publish.The suggested changes to the Specific Duties Regulations for public bodies in England with more than 250 employees will follow the same guidelines that apply to private and voluntary organisations. This will mean they will be required to publish data on their mean and median gender pay gap, mean and median bonus gap and information about the proportions of male and female employees in each salary quartile.The government intends for the amended public sector regulations to be introduced by the end of 2016 so that public bodies can use the timeline already in place for gender pay gap reporting, which expects the first round of data to be captured in April 2017 and published before April 2018.Justine Greening MP, secretary of state for education and minister for women and equalities, said: “The government believes it is only right that public sector employers should lead the way in promoting gender equality in the workforce.“Although the pay gap across the public sector as a whole is 18.5% compared to 25.3% in the private sector, this is clearly still too high and we need further concerted efforts to identify and tackle the causes of any gender pay differences.“The new regulations will mean better transparency for 3.8 million employees who work in public sector organisations in England with 250 employees or more.”
HOLLYWOOD, FLA. (WSVN) – A Pembroke Pines officer has been released from the hospital after he was dragged down the road by a suspect’s vehicle going 60 miles per hour.Officer John Cusack was wheeled out of Memorial Regional Hospital, Wednesday, after undergoing surgery. His arms and legs were bandaged.The 19-year veteran was dragged a half a mile after approaching a car with two suspicious people inside. His body cam captured it all.The chase ended along U.S. Route 441 in Davie.Officers dragged the driver from the car and also took a passenger into custody.Copyright 2019 Sunbeam Television Corp. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.
GCI customers with an iPhone are required to update their carrier settings and may have already received a message from Apple notifying them of the available update. GCI urges customers using iPhones to update the carrier settings on their phones if they have not already done so. Facebook0TwitterEmailPrintFriendly分享GCI has announced network and device updates that will enable the 100,000 Alaska customers to receive messages directly to their device through the Wireless Emergency Alert (WEA) system. Heather Handyside, senior director, GCI Corporate Communications: “GCI is proud to help our government partners get crucial public safety information to Alaskans. Clear and effective communication is especially important during times of crisis and GCI wants to ensure our government partners have the access they need to provide the public with important, and possibly life-saving, information.” The alerts will display in a format similar to a text message and will appear directly on their device without the need to download or open any application. On August 15 GCI confirmed that customers in WEA service areas will now receive WEA alerts. The alerts are free and will not impact voice, text or data usage. GCI customers with alert-capable devices will automatically receive WEA alerts. WEA is a national program that was established by the FCC to warn the public about dangerous weather, missing children and other critical situations. WEA alerts are generated by local, state and federal agencies. Telecommunications companies opt-in to participate in the WEA program.
Amaravati: The two days collectors conference is commencing by 10 am today. In the agenda of the conference, there is no schedule for discussion on Amaravati and Polavaram projects. Amaravati has to be discussed under the Municipal Administration & Urban Development or CRDA and Polavaram is subject matter in the Water Resources department. But, in the two days collectors conference, scheduled today and tomorrow by chief minister YS Jagan Mohan Reddy, there is no mention of these two departments or specific subjects. Also Read – Women docs appointed in key posts in Tirupati Advertise With Us Chief minister mainly focused only on grounding Navaratnas and maintaining law and order. In the first day, he will review on welfare driven programmes and in the second day of the conference chief minister will look into law and order issues. Though, initially the conference is scheduled for one day at secretariat, it is changed subsequently. Both location and duration of the conference changed. The location shifted from secretariat at Velagapudi to Praja Vedika at Undavalli and the time extended to second day. Chief minister will deliver keynote address at 10.30 am. Before that Finance Minister Buggana, Rajendranath will present the financial position of the state and Deputy Chief Minister (revenue) Pilli Subash Chandra Bose will give introductory remarks.
US vice president Mike Pence on Sunday denied that he is preparing for a presidential election run in 2020, saying the suggestion is “disgraceful and offensive.”Pence was responding to a New York Times report that some Republicans were moving to form a “shadow campaign” as though president Donald Trump were not involved. It said multiple advisers to Pence “have already intimated to party donors that he would plan to run if Mr. Trump did not.”The report said Pence had not only kept a full political calendar but also had created his own independent power base, including a political fund-raising group called the “Great America Committee.”But Pence called the article “fake news” and said his entire team was focused on advancing Trump’s agenda and seeing him re-elected in 2020.”The allegations in this article are categorically false and represent just the latest attempt by the media to divide this Administration,” Pence said in a statement.The Times stood by its coverage. “We are confident in the accuracy of our reporting and will let the story speak for itself,” New York Times spokeswoman Danielle Rhoades Ha said in an email.Pence has good relations with conservative political groups and some of the Republican Party’s big donors, including billionaire brothers Charles and David Koch.He is also a Trump loyalist, and there is typically little distinction between his public statements and the policies of the president.But as investigations deepen into Russia’s alleged interference in the 2016 US election and possible ties to members of Trump’s campaign, Pence has put some distance between himself and the president on the best way to approach Moscow.On a trip to Eastern Europe last week, Pence condemned Russia’s presence in the former Soviet republic of Georgia, with which Moscow fought a brief war in 2008. He also said ties with Russia would not improve until Moscow changed its stance on Ukraine and withdrew support for countries like Iran, Syria and North Korea.The US Congress recently passed a bill imposing new sanctions on Russia with overwhelming bipartisan support, but Trump signed it into law last week with reluctance.”Our relationship with Russia is at an all-time & very dangerous low,” Trump wrote on Twitter after signing the bill. “You can thank Congress.”Trump has described probes into his campaign’s ties to Russia, including those under way in Congress and a Justice Department investigation headed by Special Counsel Robert Mueller, as a “witch hunt.”The president has also sent mixed messages on whether he agrees with US intelligence agencies’ conclusions that Russia tried to intervene in the 2016 election to boost his chances of beating Democratic rival Hillary Clinton.White House senior counselor Kellyanne Conway on Sunday also dismissed the idea that Pence was looking at running for president in 2020.”It is absolutely true that the vice president is getting ready for 2020 – for re-election as vice president,” Conway told ABC’s “This Week” on Sunday.”Vice president Pence is a very loyal, very dutiful, but also incredibly effective vice president, and active vice president,” said Conway, adding that she had worked for Pence for a decade as his pollster and senior adviser.
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Well. It’s going to take a minute to recover from that one. We’re now halfway through the final season. What better way to celebrate than with the biggest battle the show has ever given us. This is what the last two episodes were preparing for. With their normal episode length and character-focused stories, they both served to get us here. Get the politics and emotional climaxes done first. There won’t be time for them once the Night King shows up. There really wasn’t. While this episode did take a couple much-needed breaks from the action, they never lasted long. And they certainly didn’t let up on the tension at all.The first moments of the episode were masterful in their tension-building. We follow Sam as he prepares for battle, along with the whole of Winterfell. He makes it to the front line and has a brief comic reunion with Edd. It’s funny, though the laugh line does nothing to lighten the mood. It’s a joke made because Edd is scared. As they wait for death to come running, screaming, at them, it might be the most on-edge I’ve felt watching this show. Then the battle starts. Usually action is a release. A battle is a catharsis after all the stress the show put us through. Not here.Nikolaj Coster-Waldau, Gwendoline Christie (Credit: Helen Sloan/HBO)I love how Game of Thrones has stopped making fantasy battles strictly cool and fun. Certain scenes from last night’s episode remind us of some big setpieces from Lord of the Rings. Trying to defend a town from an oncoming hoard of monsters echoes the Battle of Helm’s Deep specifically. There’s even a sequence where the monsters start climbing the wall while the good guys try and fail to beat them back. That’s where the similarity ends. Long as it was, Helm’s Deep was a fun action movie sequence. Here, there’s no time for witty banter about who’s killed more. And there’s certainly no shield skateboard tricks. Like the Battle of the Bastards before it, this one reminded us just how much medieval combat sucks. There, it was blinding and suffocating. Here, it was dark, hopeless and terrifying.In the previous episodes, we heard speeches about how tough this enemy was. It really doesn’t hit home until you see it in action. From moment one, this felt like a losing battle. The human army didn’t know where or when their enemy was coming, and they were immediately overwhelmed. As much screaming to hold ground as there was, that order always felt impossible. How do you hold an enemy that doesn’t get tired and has no self-preservation instinct? They even kill themselves to put out Melissandre’s barricade fire so they can storm the town. For much of this episode, I wondered. Would Winterfell truly fall?No episode of Game of Thrones has had me on my feet, screaming like this one has. Even when Edd died. Yes, he was always one of the more expendable Watch brothers, but the way it happened, right after he saved Sam’s life was a gut punch. That’s nothing though, compared to what happened on the inside. Once the wights breached the walls of Winterfell, the battle got even worse. I’ve been saying all season that I would cry of Lyanna Mormont didn’t make it out alive. Well, it appears the showrunners wanted exactly that to happen. Of all the deaths in this battle, this one hurt the most. At least she went out like the little badass she is. Seeing an undead giant murdering her people, she charges it. The monster picks her up and crushes her torso, and with her last bit of strength, she stabs the thing in the eye. It’s the coolest death we’ve seen on the show, and also some great foreshadowing for what Arya does later. Oh yeah, we’ll get to that.Emilia Clarke, Kit Harington (Credit: Helen Sloan/HBO)With all the violence going on, the episode surprisingly found time for some character building. Particularly when it came to ending Melissandre’s story. We’ve been waiting for her to show up since last season. Thankfully, she’s not here to make a bad situation worse. This, I guess, is what she’s been building towards since the whole burning a child to death thing didn’t work out. Yeah, I’m still salty about that, and so is Davos. Giving everyone fire swords before the battle and lighting the barricade was definitely helpful.Daenerys also gets a bit of character rehab here too. In these last couple episodes, we’ve seen her stubbornness as queen come out. We’ve seen little hints that she’s not going to be the benevolent ruler Jon thinks she will be. That question remains to be answered, but at least she supports her people when they need her. When she sees them dying, she chucks the plan to wait and flies off on her dragon to fight. Later in the battle, she saves Jon’s life, even though she knows he has a claim to the throne. And even at the cost of falling off her dragon. Still, it did stand out that Jorah eventually did all the work. But we can let that slide as his hero’s exit. It was so satisfying watching him cut down the dead for Dany. In the end, he went out like we always knew he would: Defending the woman he loves. Here lies Ser Jorah. He never scored.Theon got the hero’s exit he deserved as well. As soon as he decided to go to Winterfell rather than follow his sister, we knew he wasn’t coming back. He defended Bran with his life though, and even got the forgiveness he desperately wanted. What was the point of Bran warging into the ravens for all this though? Did I miss something? Because that seemed to accomplish absolutely nothing. Maybe it was to draw the Night King out? To make what happened at the end of the episode come to pass? If that’s the case, it could have been a little clearer. As it is, it feels like Bran just peaced out, leaving everyone to fight for him. Charging at the Night King the way he did though, knowing he wouldn’t survive, is easily the coolest thing we’ve ever seen him do.Conleth Hill, Peter Dinklage (Credit: Helen Sloan/HBO)I wish Sansa had been given more to do in this episode. It really missed with her. When the battle got bad, Arya sent her to the crypt to be safe. To hide from the army of the dead. By being around a bunch of dead people. Yeah, nobody in Winterfell really thought this through. But Sansa didn’t really do anything in the crypt. You’d think she’d comfort her people, or show some sign of the leader she’s become. That seems to have all been forgotten. She has some conversations with Tyrion about their relationship and… that’s it. I didn’t hate her and Tyrion making up though. Depressing as it sounds, he was truly the best of her forced marriages. He was the only one who treated her like a human being. Sansa says it never would have worked between them, but I think she knows that’s not true. They’re both smart and cunning. They both had to survive in a world hostile to their existence. They’d be great together, and they both know it. When the inevitable happens and the dead rise from their graves, Sansa and Tyrion share what they think could be their final moment. It’s a brief, subtle scene, but they’re in this together.Then there’s Arya, who became the hero we always knew she was. She fought valiantly as the dead drew ever closer. She saved The Hound’s life with a well-timed arrow. Even when the castle was being overrun by wights, she refused to give up. Her determination inspired a defeated Hound to get back in the fight. Arya even got a few great horror movie scenes here too. The walkers follow her into a library. She was alone and outnumbered. I was all the way out of my chair, pacing as she snuck around them. Even the quiet moments in this episode only served to escalate the unease.Sophie Turner, Maisie Williams (Credit: Helen Sloan/HBO)The amazing tension-building continued even after Arya disappeared from the episode for a short while. After being rescued by The Hound and Beric (Oh yeah, RIP Beric), they ran into Melissandre again. Apparently, there was one thing she still had to do to tip the scales in favor of the humans. She reminded Arya of one of her very first lessons. No, not “stick ’em with the pointy end, though that line did come up too. “What do we say to the god of death?” Melissandre asks. “Not today,” Arya says as she runs off. That line put a big smile on my face even though at the time, we had no idea where she ran off to. She shows back up at the perfect moment, too. For the last scenes of the episode, we’re wondering when we’ll see Arya again. Where did she go? Then, after Theon’s death, as the Night King is about to kill Bran, she appears behind him. She leaps at the Night King with a knife. In a brief, truly terrifying moment, he grabs her by the throat. She drops her dagger. But this is Arya we’re talking about. Her first attack is never her real attack. She catches the blade with her other hand and drives it into the Night King’s belly. He falls, and his army crumbles to dust. I literally jumped out of my chair screaming and hugging everyone around me. It was that good.It was such a good ending, it made me forgive the episode’s serious problems early on. Namely, the big battle was way too dark. Having only fire to light the night scene is a cool effect. And it effectively communicates just how blind the army is. But I like to see what’s happening in my TV shows. I don’t know if HBO had some technical difficulties streaming this out, but the many of battle scenes were a dark, blurry mess. I couldn’t tell who was killing who half the time.Kit Harington (Credit: Helen Sloan/HBO)That’s also due to the fact that most of the deaths were of nameless, faceless soldiers. That’s to be expected in a big battle scene like this, but I was surprised how few of the characters that really mattered died. Only Theon and Jorah could maybe be considered main characters. Even then, they’ve never been the most important. Lyanna Mormont’s death was sad, and her rising as a wight was an added insult, but she’s always been (sadly) a minor character. In the end, it’s hard to feel like we lost anyone of consequence. The deaths worked on an emotional level, but none left us thinking, “oh crap, what now?” And that’s how we should feel after a battle like this.Who can say what’s to come though? We have three episodes of Game of Thrones left, and there’s still Cersei to deal with. Beyond her, there’s the issue of whether Dany or Jon deserves the Iron Throne. (The correct answer, of course, is Sansa. Even if they did drop the ball with her this episode.) While I was fully prepared to lose Jaime and Brienne, I’m so happy they’ll be around for all of that. And Tormund’s here too. Which is nice. Can’t get enough of those giant’s teat stories.Game of Thrones airs Sundays at 9 p.m. on HBO.Previously on Game of Thrones:Game of Thrones Season 8 Episode 2 RecapGame of Thrones Season 8 Episode 1 Recap Stay on target ‘Game of Thrones’ Director Explains Why Arya Ambushed the Night King’Game of Thrones’ Star Sophie Turner Predicts Sansa Stark’s Future
The conviction of U.S. Army private Bradley Manning on espionage charges Tuesday makes it increasingly likely that the United States will prosecute WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange as a co-conspirator, according to his attorney and other civil liberties groups.Judge Denise Lind, an Army colonel, found Manning guilty of several violations of the Espionage Act, and he could face life in prison. Press freedom advocates said the verdict adds to their alarm that the Obama administration’s aggressive pursuit of leakers will discourage whistleblowers from providing critical information on military and intelligence matters.Military prosecutors in the court martial portrayed Assange as an “information anarchist” who encouraged Manning to leak hundreds of thousands of classified military and diplomatic documents. And they insisted that the anti-secrecy group cannot be considered a media organization that published the leaked information in the public interest.“[Defense lawyers denied] the claim that Bradley Manning was acting under the direction of WikiLeaks and Julian Assange, but the government kept trying to bring that up, trying to essentially say that Julian was a co-conspirator,” said Michael Ratner, Assange’s U.S. attorney and the president emeritus of the Center for Constitutional Rights in New York. “That’s a very bad sign about what the U.S. government wants to do to Julian Assange.”A grand jury investigation into WikiLeaks is ongoing, according to a spokesman for the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the Eastern District of Virginia. But is unclear if any sealed indictments exist and whether Assange has been charged.“Either there [are] charges already, which I think is very possible, or they now have this and they can say they have one part of the conspiracy,” said Ratner.While Manning was acquitted of the most serious charge of aiding the enemy, he was only the second person to be convicted of violating the Espionage Act during the Obama administration.Trevor Timm, executive director of the Freedom of the Press Foundation, agreed that Manning’s conviction on espionage charges brought Assange “one step closer” to being prosecuted. But he added that “charging a publisher of information under the Espionage Act would be completely unprecedented and put every decent national security reporter in the U.S. at risk of jail, because they also regularly publish national security information.”The government appeared to be at pains during the trial to describe WikiLeaks as an activist organization. U.S. officials have also pointed to the group’s role in helping National Security Agency leaker Edward Snowden get from Hong Kong to Moscow as far beyond what a traditional media organization would do.There are still major hurdles to prosecuting Assange, not least because he fled to the Embassy of Ecuador in London when he was facing extradition to Sweden to be questioned in connection with allegations of sexual assault. Assange, who has since been given political asylum by Ecuador, has now been in the embassy for more than a year. There is still a Swedish warrant for his arrest.Some activists expressed relief that the government had failed to make its case that Manning had aided the enemy because al-Qaida was able to access classified material once it was posted by WikiLeaks.Daniel Ellsberg, who in 1971 leaked the Pentagon Papers, an official history of U.S. involvement in Vietnam, said that Manning not being convicted on the aiding the enemy charge meant that “American democracy had dodged a bullet.” Ellsberg said there was a “very serious prospect” that such a conviction would have deterred “nearly all sources of newspapers for investigative reporting.”However, Timm said the acquittal was merely a “sliver of good news” because the use of the Espionage Act would still act as a significant brake on potential whistleblowers who might be motivated to expose wrongdoing or spark public debate.Elizabeth Goitein, co-director of the Liberty and National Security Program at the Brennan Center for Justice, said those “precedent-setting” convictions are particularly significant because the judge “held that subjective motive was irrelevant.”“We’re seeing a trend towards motive not mattering in espionage cases and that will have very serious implications for would-be whistleblowers,” she said, adding that it will have a “substantial chilling effect.”Goitein suggested the effect of the Obama administration’s efforts to crack down on whistleblowing “may be skewing the leaks that we are seeing towards the more dramatic and large scale. Because the only people who are going to be willing to take that risk are people who are on a personal crusade.”© 2013, The Washington Post Facebook Comments No related posts.
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