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Crabb is up to speak for the government. ABJ: “I fear that you know less about the case, saw less of the testimony, and saw less of the exhibits than just about any other person in this courtroom” (with the possible exception of Stone’s new attorney who just joined the team)
Despite objections from activists, the Israeli Opera will host a singing competition organized by Placido Domingo later this year. Domingo has withdrawn from all U.S. performances since reports by @AP last year detailed accusations of sexual harassment.
The Boy Scouts of America has filed for bankruptcy protection as it faces a barrage of sex-abuse lawsuits. The organization could be forced to sell off some of its vast property holdings to raise money for a compensation fund that could surpass $1 billion.
Oh, wow. Apple requires employees to have their belongings searched before they leave (to prevent theft), but it didn't want to pay employees for the time they had to wait to be searched, up to 45 minutes some days. CA Supreme Ct. says: Gotta pay 'em. https://www.latimes.com/california/story/2020-02-13/apple-workers-paid-for-searches …
This is Apple store workers. Wonder if workers in Apple headquarters also undergo daily searches. Seems like class discrimination. Engineers making $100k+ a year won’t steal, but the Apple genius making $? will?
Reynaldo Gil called 911 for medical help for his wife Damaris Rodriguez, but instead police took her to jail. For 4 days, jail staff observed her vomiting, stumbling in circles, lying on her face & other erratic behavior and did nothing. Then she died.
Candidate preferences aside, the integrity of our primaries are incredibly serious. We cannot afford to be pointing fingers- we need to pinpoint solutions. If the DNC was responsible for security and there were security failures, we need to address that.
AP Exclusive: President Trump said in his State of the Union speech that a homeless vet turned his life around thanks to a company using the administration's Opportunity Zone tax breaks. But the man never worked at a site taking advantage of the breaks.
Researchers at MIT reverse-engineered the Voatz mobile app used in West Virginia and found security vulns that would allow someone to alter votes. Here’s their paper: https://internetpolicy.mit.edu/wp-content/uploads/2020/02/SecurityAnalysisOfVoatz_Public.pdf …