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Biden: If U.S. has 'real shooting war' it could be result of cyber attacks

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WASHINGTON (Reuters) -President Joe Biden on Tuesday warned that if the United States ended up in a “real shooting war” with a “major power” it could be the result of a significant cyber attack on the country, highlighting what Washington sees as growing threats posed by Russia and China.
U.S. President Joe Biden departs after delivering remarks to members of "the intelligence community workforce and its leadership" during a visit to the Office of the Director of National Intelligence in nearby McLean, Virginia outside Washington, U.S., July 27, 2021. REUTERS/Evelyn Hockstein
Cybersecurity has risen to the top of the agenda for the Biden administration after a series of high-profile attacks on entities such as network management company SolarWinds, the Colonial Pipeline company, meat processing company JBS and software firm Kaseya hurt the U.S. far beyond just the companies hacked. Some of the attacks affected fuel and food supplies in parts of the United States.

Biden will require federal employees be vaccinated or tested – CNN

By Syndicated Content
Jul 27, 2021 | 4:18 PM
WASHINGTON (Reuters) – U.S. President Joe Biden will announce on Thursday a requirement that all federal employees and contractors be vaccinated against COVID-19 or be required to submit to regular testing, CNN reported on Tuesday, citing a source with knowledge of the matter.
(Reporting by Eric Beech; Editing by Mohammad Zargham)
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Capitol Hill riot: Police officers tell hearing they thought they would die and recall racist abuse

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ITV News Correspondent Robert Moore reports on the emotionally charged testimony of officers who defended the US Capitol
Police officers have told of how they thought they would die and were racially abused as they defended the US Capitol during the January 6 insurrection.
“This is how I’m going to die, defending this entrance,” Capitol Police Officer Aquilino Gonell recalled thinking as he testified at the emotional opening hearing of the congressional panel investigating the violence.
Sgt Gonell told House investigators he could feel himself losing oxygen as he was crushed by rioters – supporters of former President Donald Trump – as he was defending the Capitol in Washington DC.

CDC changes course on indoor masks in some parts of the US

FILE - This March 6, 2020, file photo, shows the headquarters for Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in Atlanta. The nation’s top health agency is expected to backpedal on its masking guidelines and recommend that even vaccinated people wear masks indoors in parts of the U.S. where the coronavirus is surging, according to a federal official who spoke on condition of anonymity because the official was not authorized to release the data. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is expected to make an announcement Tuesday, July 27, 2021. (AP Photo/ Ron Harris, File)
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention changed course Tuesday on some masking guidelines, recommending that even vaccinated people return to wearing masks indoors in parts of the U.S. where the delta variant of the coronavirus is fueling infection surges.

Before Booting Biden, Look Over Horizon at Harris

Before Booting Biden, Look Over Horizon at Harris
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When you talk about Joe Biden leaving office, it’s necessary to look over his should to see who’s waiting in the wings to take his place. IMG NRA-ILA
Fox News is reporting that Congressman Ronny Jackson (R-TX), the former White House physician, has doubts Joe Biden will finish his term as president, and he is calling on Biden to undergo an exam and disclose the results publicly.
“Our cities are EXPLODING with drugs & violence,” Jackson tweeted, “because of Democrat ‘defund the police’ policies and the GREAT UNITER Joe Biden deflects to talk about ‘sucking blood out of kids.’ He’s completely LOST it! Needs a cognitive exam NOW!”

MLB roundup: Mariners overtake Astros on Dylan Moore's slam

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Jul 27, 2021 | 3:05 AM
Dylan Moore hit a grand slam with two outs in the bottom of the eighth inning as the Seattle Mariners overcame a seven-run deficit to defeat the visiting Houston Astros 11-8 on Monday night.
Kyle Seager added a three-run homer and rookie Cal Raleigh had a three-run double as the Mariners won their fourth consecutive game. The Astros had a three-game winning streak snapped.
Kendall Graveman (4-0) got the victory with a scoreless inning of relief, and Paul Sewald worked the ninth for his fourth save of the season.
Houston’s Ryne Stanek (1-2) got two outs in the eighth but also allowed a hit and a walk. Brooks Raley came on and walked Tom Murphy to load the bases for Moore, who homered halfway up the second deck in left field at T-Mobile Park.

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CDC changes course on indoor masks in some parts of the U.S.
FILE - In this Monday, July 19, 2021, file photo, shoppers wear masks inside of The Cool store in the Fairfax district of Los Angeles. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reversed course Tuesday, July 27, 2021, on some masking guidelines, recommending that even vaccinated people return to wearing masks indoors in parts of the U.S. where the coronavirus is surging. (AP Photo/Marcio Jose Sanchez, File)

The Texas election bill contains a new obstacle to voting that almost no one is talking about

The Texas election bill contains a new obstacle to voting that almost no one is talking about
By Jessica Huseman, Votebeat
on Tue, Jul 27, 2021 at 6:37 PM
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Under Texas' Republican-authored voting legislation, people who apply to vote by mail can have their applications rejected if they incorrectly remember which kind of ID number the state already has on file for them.
This article is made possible through Votebeat, a nonpartisan reporting project covering local election integrity and voting access. This article is available for reprint under the terms of Votebeat’s republishing policy.
This article was co-published with Texas Monthly

PLA Military On Alert As British Warships Enter South China Sea

using the warship’s maiden voyage to stoke tensions with Beijing.
The South China Sea Probing Initiative spotted the Queen Elizabeth sailing through the Strait of Malacca on its way to the South China Sea on Sunday morning.
HMS Queen Elizabeth CSG is sailing through the #StraitofMalacca for the #SouthChinaSea, 11:57 a.m. local time, Jul 25.
Some British warships have already entered the South China Sea, including the HMS Defender. According to 
USNI News, the Defender was docked in Brunei on Sunday morning.
Before stoking tensions with Beijing,
the Defender was in the Black Sea and carried out a reckless provocation against Russia by sailing 12 miles off the coast of Crimea. Moscow responded by firing warning shots on the vessel.

Wisconsin National Guard still waiting on $10 million federal reimbursement

(The Center Square) – National Guard commanders in Wisconsin allege the U.S. Congress still hasn't reimbursed them for the $10 million spent to deploy troops to Washington last January.
“The Wisconsin National Guard sent approximately 550 Citizen Soldiers and Airmen to Washington D.C. from January 15 to January 23 to support civil authorities in the national capital region during the presidential inauguration,” Maj. Joe Trovato with the Wisconsin National Guard explained to The Center Square. “The Wisconsin National Guard received reimbursement for both Capitol response missions from the National Guard Bureau, however, the National Guard Bureau has not received reimbursement from the federal government, which is now leading to a national funding shortfall.”

Funky Taurus Media - Music Photo Agency & Products - Funky Taurus & George Clinton - The Brooklyn UFO

Rezension der “Funky Taurus & George Clinton” CD UFO Le F.U.N.K von Governor G ( 50 cent )
My name is Governor AKA Gio. I have written and performed songs with 50 Cent, T.I., Wyclef Jean and more! My relationship with 50 Cent goes way back. Currently I am in the process of creating my own brand of music, a soulful sound with a modern twist, it’s music that you can not only HEAR but music you can FEEL! I’m creating music and lyrics that will make the hairs on your arm stand up or give you chills, which is why I respect what FUNKY TAURUS is doing. Her brand of music is an interesting hybrid of characteristics from the past with an interesting peak into the future of music. Her song “Brooklyn UFO” sounds just as it is so cleverly named. This song is will surely allow you to keep your ‘radio blasting’….the UFO like sounds that surround your ears while her soft toned voice peers thru is like a “trippy” ride thru another demension in time, both future and past! It’s hynotic, it’s sexy and at the same time “bumping your speakers.” This song lulls you into a transe so to speak. Funky Taurus definitely knows how to set the mood on this tune! George Clinton is an ICON in our world of music and that fact that he chose to team up with Funky Taurus and lend his experience and creativity is a testiment and extreme compliment to her musical ear and talent! F_U_N_K_Y, Funky Taurus is surely in the house! This type of effort to break the stereotypical lines of music we hear brings on a fresh approach to the future of music. The fact that the musical productions and collaborations of Funky Taurus and George Clinton are actually made by two people that know the theory of music and are not just two “beatmakers” is even more refreshing. I respect the sampling art of music but there’s nothing like listening to music created by producers that actually know what the note “A” or “B/flat” is. I think through our fastly expanding culture of the digital era, it has almost disabled people in knowing the theory of music. Anyone can tap out a beat to a tempo and quantize it to stay consistent but bringing out emotion, creating mood swings and creating dynamics within the music is the mark of a true PRODUCTION! Funk is not DEAD! In a business world that thrives on a quick dollar and trends that die out from summer to summer, FUNKY TAURUS has created a sound that is TIMELESS and pure!

Hearing exposes TV viewers to blunt language, racial slurs

Hearing exposes TV viewers to blunt language, racial slurs
By David Bauder, The Associated Press on July 27, 2021.
U.S. Capitol Police Sgt. Harry Dunn, right, watches a video being displayed during the House select committee hearing on the Jan. 6 attack on Capitol Hill in Washington, Tuesday, July 27, 2021. (Oliver Contreras/The New York Times via AP, Pool)
NEW YORK (AP) – People who watched the first day of a House investigation into the Jan. 6 uprising at the U.S. Capitol on Tuesday were exposed to the sort of blunt language, including profanity and racial slurs, rarely heard on daytime television.

Turning Georgia Blue: An Interview With Dr. Tarece Johnson

July 27, 2021
Dr. Tarece Johnson’s recent election to suburban Atlanta’s Gwinnett County School Board is in part a product of a changing Georgia. At age 44, she is the first Black and Jewish woman elected to the board. To put her election in context, the county’s first Black school board member, Everton Blair, was elected as recently as 2018. 
She’s part of Georgia’s “Blue Wave,” including January’s victory of two Democratic senate candidates in the Georgia runoff election, which  not only flipped the balance of power in the Senate, they also delivered two historic “firsts” from that state to Washington: Georgia’s first Black senator, Rev Raphael Warnock and the state’s first Jewish senator, Jon Ossoff. Along with President Biden’s winning Georgia in the presidential election, these Senate victories signaled a sea change in the demographic and political character of the state. 

California State University system to require COVID vaccination from fall term

California State University system to require COVID vaccination from fall term
By Syndicated Content
Jul 27, 2021 | 1:35 PM
WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The California State University system will require students, faculty and staff on its campuses from the fall term to be vaccinated against COVID-19, the university system announced on Tuesday.
“We urge all members of the CSU community to get vaccinated as soon as possible, and announcing this requirement now allows members of the CSU community to receive multiple doses,” CSU Chancellor Joseph Castro said on the university system’s website.
(Reporting by Tim Ahmann ; Writing by Mohammad Zargham)
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The Justice Department Is Struggling To Bring Capitol Riot Cases To Trial: Here's Why

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Early one morning in January, Suzanne Ianni peered through her window to discover two black SUVs and a police cruiser parked in front of her house. All she could think was: "Aw, they're here."
While Ianni had been expecting federal agents for days, she wasn't fully prepared for their arrival or for the moment when they said, "You're under arrest." "And I just sat down in a chair, I was trying to catch my breath," she told NPR. "And they're like, OK just relax," she said. "It's only a misdemeanor."
Ianni, a 59-year-old mother of three, is one of the more than 570 people charged as being part of the mob that overran the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6. She stands accused of disorderly conduct and being inside a federal building illegally.

EXCLUSIVE: Part 5: New portal dives into spread of hate in America

EXCLUSIVE: Part 5: New portal dives into spread of hate in America
FBI’s just-launched ‘Hate Crime Explorer’ provides community-level stats
Updated: 5:00 PM EDT Jul 27, 2021
FBI’s just-launched ‘Hate Crime Explorer’ provides community-level stats
Updated: 5:00 PM EDT Jul 27, 2021
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So the public has never seen this before. That is correct. This is our first look. Yes. In order to confront hate, you first have to see it and there's no looking away from it when it's in black and white. Hate crime is our newest page that we are going to be launching this month right there. On the FBI's new hate crime Explorer page is a view of hate in communities across America anti black or african. American was the most reported, Most offenses were intimidation, followed by destruction, damage, vandalism by victim, by bias, by type and by place you can select massachusetts and actually navigate to individual agencies if there's a specific location that you're interested in, it's a sobering look at hateful crimes. Hard to view, difficult to look away. We don't want anyone to think that these crimes go unnoticed. Trudy Ford is letting in the light. This is the crime statistics management unit Ford oversees the national incident based reporting system, pronounced neighbors. A clearinghouse of crime data operated out of the hills of west Virginia. Her unit is a place few people get to see gathering data. Some might not want to see. Some agencies told us you're making them look bad that if there's hate crimes that they're reporting, then perhaps people don't want to live in their communities. Our goal isn't to make anyone look bad. It's to show the national landscape of crime in the United States. But as the National Investigative Unit reported in May, only 14% of the more than 15,000 agencies that gave crime stance to Ford section Actually reported hate offenses and 3200 agencies nationwide did not answer at all. We don't want things to go under reported. The only way we can show the national picture is to get all the information available to us. So this is a problem you're addressing we are working at it hard To find out why more agencies aren't reporting. We sent a survey to more than 14,000 police chiefs and sheriffs nationwide and asked them some who responded blamed a lack of resources. Others told us the neighbors system is just too hard to use, extremely difficult to navigate with multiple opportunities to make coding mistakes. A chief in Georgia wrote need better training on definitions of hate crimes. A texas chief said one in Illinois, wrote poorly designed and is not user friendly. I guess it's cumbersome. Brandon, Greif is the chief of police in marple township pennsylvania, a suburb of philadelphia. It's still very onerous I think for the writing officer it sounds like some people don't think it's very easy to use. We're always open to making it better. But I think it is new. This is the first year that we have mandated the use of neighbors to report to the FBI. I printed out the user manual and it's 165 pages. Could that be easier to use? And certainly always evolving. You want it to be though, as easy as it can be to encourage reporting. Do not. That is correct. We do. And so if some agencies say it's too hard, that may be something you want to look at. Absolute. These 20 states do not require hate crimes data collection, according to the Department of Justice. These 27 states have pending legislation to strengthen hate crime reporting investigation or prosecution in the past four years. Some form of hate crime legislation has passed in 10 states and failed in 27 informing future laws is one of truly ford's goals for the new hate crime Explorer page, showing as much of the hate as possible. So as to one day, hopefully make it disappear from our homeland as the FBI. We're really trying to make a concerted effort to get out there in the community to talk about this, to encourage reporting. You know, it doesn't help anybody if we don't know in Clarksburg west Virginia. I'm chief national investigative correspondent Mark Albert.

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