July 2, 2016

FBI interviews Hillary, as investigation seemingly winds down [UPDATED]

(Paul Mirengoff) This morning, FBI investigators interviewed Hillary Clinton for three-and-a-half hours. The meeting took place at FBI headquarters in Washington. Presumably, the interview with Clinton signals that the FBI's investigation is at or near an end. Investigators already have interviewed numerous Clinton aides, including the key ones: Huma Abedin, Cheryl Mills and Bryan Pagliano, the IT technician who set up Hillary's server. According to CNN, "sources" say the "expectation" is "there

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Former DOD Official Warns America Is On The Wrong Track To Fighting War On Terror [VIDEO]

'Weaponizing political correctness'

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The role of telepresence robotics in workforce inclusion

TORONTO, ON - JANUARY 14: Toronto Star reporter Jonathan Foryani uses a telepresence robot in the offices of PwC in downtown Toronto. (Rick Madonik/Toronto Star via Getty Images) Let's pause on the robots-are-taking-over-our-jobs panic for a minute and take a look at how some robots — telepresence robots, specifically — could be used to give access not only to jobs but to meaningful and rewarding careers for a historically overlooked and excluded population — people with disabilities. Read More

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Cotton Hits Clinton

(John Hinderaker) Tom Cotton is rapidly earning a reputation as the hardest-hitting spokesman for the conservative cause. Earlier today he spoke at the Western Conservative Summit. Breitbart has a report on his speech: The Arkansas senator…told activists Saturday at the Western Conservative Summit that Hillary Clinton's reckless and criminal behavior disqualifies her to become America's commander-in-chief. He also delivered that message forcefully at this year's Lincoln-Reagan dinner in Minnesota. A combat veteran

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Everything Online Is Connected, Now There's A Growing Need For Cyber Insurance

Everything is a network

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Cops: Married Middle School Teacher Traumatized Teens With Naked Selfies, HANDCRAFTED Porn

Did she use her son's phone to obtain Snapchat account info? Police say YES!

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Holocaust Survivor, Nobel Laureate Elie Wiesel Dies at 87

(Reuters) - Activist and writer Elie Wiesel, the World War Two death camp survivor who won a Nobel Peace Prize for becoming the life-long voice of millions of Holocaust victims, died on Saturday. He was 87.

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Bangladesh Terror Attack Was ISIS Operation

(John Hinderaker) More details have come out about the terrorist attack on the Holey Artisan bakery and cafe in Dacca, Bangladesh. They are grim: Jihadist extremists hacked 20 people to death in a cafe in the Bangladeshi capital, Dhaka – sparing only those who could recite from the Koran – before they were gunned down by commandos. Army Brigadier General Naim Asraf Chowdhury said: "Most of (the hostages) were killed mercilessly by

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Sen. Tom Cotton takes aim at Clinton tarmac scandal

DENVER — Sen. Tom Cotton made no mention Saturday of the Republican presidential ticket, but had plenty to say about the Democratic campaign scandal involving President Bill Clinton's private airport meeting.

The Arkansas Republican joked that he was stuck on the tarmac in Denver so long that he thought he ...

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Elie Wiesel, Holocaust Survivor And Nobel Laureate, Dies At 87

He was a 'messenger to mankind'

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Technology will change where we live

San Francisco skyline Governor Jerry Brown has recently proposed legislation that would streamline the path for large scale development across California. It could have a huge impact on growing housing supply in San Francisco specifically, which suffers from NIMBYism and a lengthy, local review process for building developers. Read More

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Eastern Ky. cardiologist charged with fraud

LONDON, Ky. (AP) - A cardiologist in eastern Kentucky has been indicted for allegedly performing unnecessary heart procedures and billing the government for them.

Dr. Anis Chalhoub has been charged by a federal grand jury for implanting pacemakers into patients without "sufficient need or justification." The medial fraud charges carry ...

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Three US College Students Among Those Killed In Bangladesh Terror Attack

'Our thoughts and prayers go out...'

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LGBT gun group membership spikes after Florida shooting

SALT LAKE CITY (AP) - Memberships have more than doubled in a national LGBT, pro-gun rights organization since a gunman opened fire at a gay nightclub in Florida, killing 49 people.

The Salt Lake Tribune reports (http://bit.ly/29p0eMI) Pink Pistols membership has grown from 1,500 to 4,000 since Omar Mateen's June ...

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Tesla's No Good, Terrible Month Raises Troubling Questions For Musk's Empire

'Is an automated system actually safer?'

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BREAKING: Women's Bathroom In Colorado Declares – NO MEN ALLOWED!

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Should the GOP field keep its pledge to support the nominee?

(Paul Mirengoff) Kevin Williamson argues that it is "absolutely the right thing to do" for Republican presidential aspirants to break their pledge to support the Republican nominee now that Trump seems to have the nomination locked up. In Williamson's view, taking the pledge was a mistake in judgment and, as such, can be forgiven. Supporting Trump, by contrast, would be an unforgivable breach of honor. I see it differently. The promise to

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Investigators: Man beats brother to death in money argument

ANDERSON, S.C. (AP) - Deputies say a Haitian immigrant has been beaten to death by his brother in Anderson County after the men argued over money.

Authorities told media outlets that 36-year-old Jean Francois Mareus is charged with murder.

The coroner's office says 42-year-old Anel Mareus appears to have been ...

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The Democratic Party's Stance On Immigration Has Shifted Dramatically In The Past 8 Years

'We cannot continue to allow people to enter the United States undetected, undocumented, and unchecked'

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Hillary Clinton Questioned by FBI Over E-Mails as Top Diplomat

Hillary Clinton was questioned on Saturday as part of the FBI's inquiry into her use of a private e-mail server while secretary of state, a practice that's dogged her presidential run, fueled Republican charges that she's unfit for office, and caused Clinton herself to say she wishes she could take it back.

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Clinton gives 'voluntary interview' to FBI over email account

Hillary Clinton submitted to an interview with the FBI on Saturday as the Obama administration nears completion of its investigation into her use of a secret email server during her time as State Department secretary.

The Clinton campaign confirmed the interview, which took place at FBI headquarters in Washington and ...

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Orlando Police Join #KeepDancingOrlando To Fight Terrorism

'Joy and fun and families'

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For everyone

featured-img-connections-blue The imagination is a powerful thing, and what it creates may in fact be powerful beyond our imagining. That was certainly the case with Sir Tim Berners-Lee and the World Wide Web, the creation of which is documented in a new short film, "Foreveryone.net," which was directed by Jessica Yu and is currently showing at the Seattle International Film Festival. Read More

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Editorials from around New England

Excerpts of recent editorials of statewide and national interest from New England newspapers:

The (Waterbury) Republican-American (Conn.), July 2, 2016

To hear both sides of the debate over the U.S. Supreme Court's rejection of Texas' tough standards for abortion clinics and doctors, you would think the issue at the heart ...

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Next Round Of DC Metro Repairs Cuts Key Access To Reagan National Airport

'Cutting service totally'

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The Pro Football Hall of Fame goes 4D

Screen Shot 2016-07-01 at 2.47.59 PM The Pro Football Hall of Fame is a hallowed enough place, being surrounded by bronze busts of the most legendary players that the sport has ever had. But walking through the historic grounds in Canton, Ohio later this month may give you goosebumps for another reason. That's because, the Hall of Fame is set to debut its A Game For Life exhibit with 4D holographic representations of… Read More

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CA Raises Minimum Wage – First Burger Joint Run Entirely By Robots Set To Open

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With All Due Respect: Best of the Week (07/02/16)

Bloomberg Politics' Mark Halperin and John Heilemann present some of the biggest moments from the political week that was on "With All Due Respect."

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Chemist painter turns chemical plants into works of art

CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) - We see a chemical plant. He sees a work of art.

Tony Papa paints autumn scenes, landscapes and other conventional subjects. But nothing stirs his creative juices like the mind-boggling complexities of a busy, belching chemical plant. He sees hidden beauty in the conglomeration of flues, ...

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ISIS Slaughters 20 Hostages In Bangladesh

First Istanbul, now Dhaka

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