Residents who are normally hit with tickets for minor violations tend to be low income individuals who are forced to pay up a hefty portion of their paychecks. Practice will strain police budgets, which rely on fines from tickets to make-up for funding shortfalls.
Smugglers who bring migrants to Europe by sea appear to have adopted a new, more dangerous tactic: cramming hundreds of them onto a large cargo ship, setting it on an automated course to crash into the coast, and then abandoning the helm. Among the migrants, believed to be from war-ravaged Syria.
Thousands of immigrants lined up to apply for driver’s licenses in California under a law that went into effect on Friday, making the most populous U.S. state the latest to expand the privilege to people in the country illegally. Department of Motor Vehicles created special processing centers at four former businesses: a grocery store, a large dry cleaner, a movie theater and a restaurant.
Former US Senator Mike Gravel who represented Alaska from 1969 to 1981 will head KUSH, a subsidiary of Cannabis Sativa Inc, company that develops and markets cannabis products to states that have legalized both medical and recreational marijuana.
Assumption of guilt is stronger than facts, whether "heretic," or "terrorist. Terrorism and conspiracy replaced blasphemy and heresy. Church promised its flock salvation; National Security State promises its flock security. Western democracies have not escaped poisons of propaganda, totalitarian power, and unthinking religious faith in government authorities.
The NYPD confirmed Citations for traffic violations fell from 10,069 to 587 in week starting Dec. 22 arrests have plummeted in the wake of the murder of two police officers in Brooklyn on Dec. 20.
The Los Angeles Police Department has called off a search for a suspect still at large, who was allegedly involved late on Sunday in a shooting ambush on a police patrol car. Another person was arrested shortly after the shooting. The shooting, which didn’t result in injury.
A parliamentary inquiry into banking crisis in Ireland commenced December 17 which will do nothing to hold anyone responsible for the financial collapse in 2008. Witnesses to be called, include bankers politicians, economists, accountants and media. Nothing will be done to uncover criminal practices of those who crashed the economy. Nor will the swindling of billions from working people through the bailout of Ireland’s bankrupt financial institutions be subjected to serious scrutiny.
What did Wall Street just do? It guaranteed that any losses from all derivatives that arise
within the bankrupt banking system will be passed onto the taxpaying serfs called United
States citizens.,. What it means is that taxpayers will be responsible for all losses resulting from theses derivative contracts.
Officer Brian Barker, 41, of Moro charged with 10 counts of burglary, and official misconduct. He was accused of targeting Edwardsville businesses since 2012; one count of residential burglary of a home in Moro, one count of aggravated possession of stolen firearms.
The ever-widening gap between financial markets and the real economy is creating the conditions for economic turmoil and the eruption of social and political struggles.
Eight people were killed yesterday in two drone strikes in North Waziristan, a remote and impoverished area along Pakistan’s border with Afghanistan.
Last night, in Beijing, I sat in a historic Szechuan restaurant with a friend who happens to be a Chinese diplomat. We exchanged some stories, ordered food, and then, suddenly, my throat felt dry and my eyes got misty.
American pundits are often more interested in scoring points against their partisan rivals than in the pain that U.S. policies inflict on people in faraway lands, as columnists Paul Krugman and Thomas L. Friedman are showing regarding Russia and Ukraine.
In America, unlike in other countries, a huge chunk of medical spending goes to insurance company profits, not to health care. Another big chunk goes to paperwork, which has a variety of purposes such as collecting personal information on patients and combating fraud (probably the paperwork costs more than fraud).
Moscow is being forced to come up with countermeasures in response to NATO's increased presence in the Black Sea, Russia’s envoy to the alliance said following an announcement on the arrival of another US warship in the area.
We need to understand the distinction between two kinds of labeling. Voluntary labeling=“I own this health-food store, and I’m doing my best to sell you non-GMO products. All such products will carry a seal that says ‘Non-GMO’.”
41-year old man, Tyrone Melville identified as a suspect, who called the 84th precinct switchboard, told he wanted to kill more police officers. Identified himself as Ismaayil Brinsley, the dead suspect of the two killed policemen. Jose Maldonado from Brooklyn arrested, posted threat to kill police on his Facebook page.“Might just go out and kill two cops myself!!!”with pictures of dead police officers.
A former FBI agent pleaded guilty on Tuesday to bribery charges, conspiracy to commit fraud, and theft of government property in which he and a confidant attempted to offer someone confidential information about a Bangladeshi politician in exchange for cash.
Dozens of innocent men still held at the Guantanamo Bay prison complex in Cuba can expect to be transferred in next six months Obama talks with leaders from a wide range of potential host countries in the hope that they will accept all 64 detainees now approved for transfer. Four men were transferred to Afghanistan last week after being held in the prison for over a decade without charge.
Despite a cultivation and seed import ban of genetically modified (GM) oilseed rape in Switzerland, Monsanto and Bayer's GM plants have been introduced into the environment there, confirming fears that once the GM genie has been let out of the bottle it can not be put back.
What most people refuse to understand, if not even acknowledge, is the extent to which the elites have an utter stranglehold on the world’s financial system, and by world we do not mean just the Western world.
A prisoner who was released on licence is spending Christmas back in jail after he was punished for taking a job which started at 6.15 in the morning, 45 minutes before his night-time curfew expired. His parole was supervised by a private company.
20 percent of American families on food stamps, average age when a man in America first gets married 29.0 years. 31.1 percent of U.S. young adults living with parents. One-third of Americans have file in FBI’s criminal database. 48 percent of Americans can immediately come up with $400 in emergency cash without borrowing or selling something. 59 percent of Americans in favor of torturing prisoners. 52 percent of Americans made less than $30,000 last year. In 1980, 3,000 SWAT raids in United States, today, 80,000 SWAT raids per year. 49 million Americans face food insecurity. Student loan debt 1.2 trillion dollars. One-third of of United States (110 million people) has sexually transmitted disease. $18,031,021,541,347.52 U.S. national debt.
Angry Americans took to streets in Berkeley, Missouri on Wednesday after police shot and killed another black teenager Tuesday night. 18-year-old Antonio Martin was shot dead by a police officer near a gas station in Berkeley. Police say Martin pointed a gun at officers.
Police say an 18-year-old teenager who was shot dead by officers in the St. Louis area was armed and had a violent criminal past, identified as 18-year-old Antonio Martin, shot once after an officer discharged his weapon three times during altercation at Mobile Gas station, reportedly armed at the time of the shooting, not believed to have fired his weapon.
Ukraine on Wednesday briefly severed electricity to the Crimean peninsula, nine months after it was annexed by Russia, in a pointed reminder of the territory’s reliance on Ukrainian energy sources.
A lack of self-reflection is embedded in Jewish culture, ideology and politics. This elementary observation helps to explain why many Jews regard anti-Semitism as strictly a collective psychosis or general disease of the Goyim.
The parents of 18-month-old Bounkham Phonesavanh Jr., known affectionately as "Bou-Bou," told ABC’s 20-20 news program last week that they owe $1 million in medical expenses after their son was nearly killed by a flash-bang grenade during a late night SWAT team raid on a relative’s home in rural Georgia. The county government has refused to compensate them, claiming that it would be a violation of state law.
Police departments in the US are warning officers to take extra care after cop killings. Officers advised to wear bulletproof vests, not make inflammatory posts on social media. New York Police Department (NYPD) union told cops they should not make arrests “unless absolutely necessary,
The Federal Reserve and its bullion bank agents are actively using uncovered futures contracts to illegally manipulate the prices of precious metals in order to keep interest rates below the market rate. The purpose of manipulation is to support the U.S. dollar’s reserve status at a time when the dollar should be in decline from the over-supply created by QE and from trade and budget deficits.
Two New York City police officers were shot and killed Saturday by a man who hours earlier vowed on social media to make history by avenging the questionable non-indictments of white police officers in the deaths of black men. Ismaaiyl Abdula Brinsley, a 28-year-old black man, made his way to New York City and shot the cops in the head as they sat in their patrol car in Brooklyn. Brinsley then ran into a subway where witnesses say he turned the gun on himself and fired, ending his life.
Hundreds of protestors have gathered in America’s largest shopping mall in the state of Minnesota, essentially shutting down the mall while chanting “Black Lives Matter.”
Internal memo distributed to police in New York: officers begin traveling in packs of two;“At least two units are to respond to EVERY call, no matter the condition or severity…” requires that officers refrain from arresting any Americans unless it is absolutely necessary. Declares that the NYPD is now a “Wartime” department, and that “we will act accordingly.”
Two uniformed NYPD officers were shot dead Saturday afternoon as they sat in their marked police car on a Brooklyn street corner — in what investigators believe was a crazed gunman’s assassination-style mission to avenge Eric Garner and Michael Brown. Lone gunman, identified as Ismaaiyl Brinsley, 28. Moments after killing the two officers, he too was dead, having turned the gun on himself on a nearby subway platform as cops closed in.
Shoppers are caught out by small print and hidden fees that eat balance; entire balance can be snatched. Many cards expire if they are not used for a set period and the money is lost. ‘Companies benefiting from customers who don’t use their gift cards straight away, due to inflation they will get less for their money if they wait years to spend them.
Chevron Corp. second-largest U.S. energy producer will pull out of an agreement for exploring the Oleska field in western Ukraine, Royal Dutch Shell Plc (RDSA) retreated earlier this year from a similar deal in eastern provinces.
Russia’s currency market witnessed further huge volatility again today. The finance ministry said it would start selling foreign exchange which are primarily in dollars. This appeared to reduce selling pressure on the rouble; due in part to low oil prices, effects of western sanctions.
Wisconsin-based farm policy research group has worked diligently to uncover persistent violations, filing formal legal complaints against livestock operations producing milk, meat and eggs, accusing them of fraudulently marketing such products as organic.
Citigroup announced it would move its headquarters from New York to U.S. Capitol Building, in Washington, D.C., in 2015. Citi outbid JP Morgan and Goldman Sachs to lease thirty thousand square feet of prime real estate on the floor of House of Representatives. Citi spokesperson acknowledged makeover of the House is to cost millions,” “It’s always expensive to open a new branch.”“Instead of flying from New York to give Congress their orders, Citigroup executives can be on the floor with them, handing them legislation, telling them how to vote, result in tremendous cost savings.
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