” says Kirsten Kukowski, "In the last 16 of the Champions League, "We do hope that you will consider a future visit to New Orleans, and present six posters.
bringing in a reported $322, Ted Cruz is surrounded by stars and stripes at the 2014 Values Voter Summit in Washington, every minute mattered. Interior Department CL-215 water bombers that are stationed in Bemidji. AFP reports. The boy also told police Red Eagle threatened to kill him. is under investigation by a U. $3.” the report stated.” says Alan Romberg.
is also open to guests who can snag tickets to the Royal Albert Hall event (They start at about $32 per ticket at the low end and there are still some available) As for bold-named attendees besides the Queen herself It’s unclear who will show up Prince William and Kate Middleton’s third royal baby is expected right around the time of the show It’s also anyone’s guess if in-demand couple Prince Harry and Meghan Markle will stop by kicking off their one-month countdown to their royal wedding in May What is certain however is that not many 92-year-olds get to have such a hot ticket for their birthday Between her front-row fashion cred and now this it’s official: the Queen is getting cooler every year Write to Raisa Bruner at raisabruner@timecomUS defense officials said on Tuesday that they are exploring placing long-range bomber aircraft in Australia a move that would bring the country’s military forces closer to the fraught South China Sea The move which is still in the negotiation stage would strengthen the US military’s “global strike and deterrence capability to help maintain peace and security in the Indo-Asia-Pacific region” Lt Col Damien Pickart an Air Force spokesperson in the Pacific told Reuters The placement of US B-1 bombers in the Pacific region would almost certainly aggravate China which has claimed much of the South China Sea as its own despite the protests of its smaller neighbors in Southeast Asia The US has in recent months asserted its right to navigate the maritime region fueling tensions with Beijing [Reuters] Contact us at editors@timecom” Lewandowski said.Both also criticized the report for not recommending any measures of accountability. Those are some of the take-home points from a new study that attempts to model how illness could spread around an aircraft.com/hadynyah Can a new study tell you how to avoid getting sick on a plane—or just the best bathroom to use? Ark. on May 5 Singer Tony Orlando (right) performed Left: Danny Johnston; Right: Matt Sullivan—Getty Images Republican presidential candidate and former New York Governor George Pataki (C) greets supporters after formally announcing his candidacy for the 2016 Republican presidential nomination in Exeter NH on May 28 2015 Dominick Reuter—Reuters Former Rhode Island Sen Lincoln Chafee announces his candidacy for the democratic presidential nomination at George Mason University in Arlington Va on June 3 2015 Win McNamee—Getty Images Republican Senator Lindsey Graham announces his 2016 presidential candidacy in Central SC on June 1 2015 Erik S Lesser—EPA Former Maryland Governor Martin O’Malley is joined by his wife Katie O’Malley (R) as he announces his intention to seek the Democratic presidential nomination during a speech at Federal Hill Park in Baltimore on May 30 2015 Jim Bourg—Reuters Former Texas governor Rick Perry announces his candidacy for Republican presidential nominee at an event held at Addison Airport in Addison Texas on Thursday June 4 2015 Louis DeLuca—Dallas Morning News/Corbis Former Florida Governor Jeb Bush waves on stage as he announces his candidacy for the Republican presidential nomination during an event at Miami-Dade College – Kendall Campus in Miami on June 15 2015 Joe Raedle—Getty Images Donald Trump holds up his financial statement showing his net worth as he formally announces his campaign for the 2016 Republican presidential nomination during an event at Trump Tower in New York City on June 16 2015 Brendan McDermid—Reuters Republican presidential candidate and Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal formally announces his campaign for the 2016 Republican presidential nomination in Kenner La on June 24 2015 Jonathan Bachman—Reuters Republican presidential candidate and New Jersey Governor Chris Christie formally announces his campaign for the 2016 Republican presidential nomination during a kickoff rally at Livingston High School in Livingston NJ on June 30 2015 Brendan McDermid—Reuters Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker greets supporters after announcing that he will seek the Republican nomination for president in Waukesha Wis on July 13 2015 Scott Olson—Getty Images Ohio Governor John Kasich arrives on stage to formally announce his campaign for the 2016 Republican presidential nomination during a kickoff rally in Columbus Ohio on July 21 2015 Aaron P Bernstein—Reuters 1 of 19 Advertisement Write to Alex Altman at alex_altman@timemagazinecomHouse Democrats released over 3500 ads from Instagram and Facebook Thursday that were purchased by Russian operatives in an effort to disrupt the 2016 presidential election The Democrats’ decision to release the advertisements comes nearly two weeks after their Republican counterparts on the committee released their final report stating there was no collusion between Donald Trump’s presidential campaign and Russia to sway the election and that Russians had no intent to elect Trump and undermine Clinton Less than three months ago Special Counsel Robert Mueller indicted 13 Russian nationals and three Russian companies for spearheading a campaign to divert support away from Hillary Clinton and towards Trump in the 2016 election House Democrats argue that these ads only bolster that case "Theres no question that Russia sought to weaponize social media platforms to drive a wedge between Americans and in an attempt to sway the 2016 election” Rep Adam Schiff the ranking Member of the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence committee said in a statement announcing the release of the ads “Russia sought to divide us by our race by our country of origin by our religion and by our political party” The ads which were posted on Facebook between 2015 and 2017 and were originally provided by Facebook to members of Congress were created by the Internet research agency an organization linked to the Kremlin They show an operation designed to build on existing domestic tensions including issues like immigration anti-Muslim sentiment and clashes between African-Americans and law enforcement (Facebook acknowledged in a statement Thursday that they were “too slow” to spot the operation and have subsequently adjusted accordingly) While only a small portion of the advertisements appeared to directly mention Clinton or Trump there were indisputably ads both explicit and more subtly designed to undermine Clinton’s candidacy Here’s what we learned about the operation based on TIME’s review of the ads Some ads targeted black voters in cities suffering from racial tensions Some ads don’t look like attempts to directly influence the election but rather intensify longstanding divisions within the country Beginning in 2015 some advertisements were specifically targeting people who had shown interest in the Black Lives Matter movement But often they were targeted specifically to people who lived in three cities that were filled with the the most heightened racial tensions between law enforcement and black residents The ads were frequently targeted toward Facebook users living in Ferguson Missouri which had erupted in violent protests in 2014 after an African-American Michael Brown was fatally shot by a white police officer; Baltimore which became a site of protests after an African-American Freddie Gray sustained a spinal chord injury in police custody and ultimately died; and Cleveland where 12-year-old Tamir Rice was shot by police in 2014 In the immediate aftermath of the shooting in Charleston South Carolina where nine African-Americans were murdered in their church an ad ran again targeted to those three cities questioning the inevitability of racist problems in the United States “Unfortunately American tolerance is not what we think it is” the ad reads “What if America is still a deeply racist country What if the church is not a safe place anymore” Advertisements geared towards supporters of Black Lives Matter persisted throughout the election cycle Some ads sought to undermine Hillary Clinton among black voters A relatively small portion of the ads that were released Thursday explicitly related to the 2016 election But some that were released showed attempts to undermine Clinton’s support among black voters On April 6 2016 after Hillary Clinton had swept the southern primaries largely by racking up votes from the African-American voters an ad ran on Instagram linked to the page Black Matter US requested social media users to take photographs with the hashtags #HillaryClintonForPrison2016 and #nohillary2016 as part of an organized “flash mob” against the candidate “A great number of black people support us saying that #HillaryClintonlsNotMyPresident” the ad states “So this time we would like to make a #flashmob against #HillaryClinton because she is the real enemy of black community and our followers prove it showing their disgrace to her personality and policy” Another ad that ran on June 16 claimed “Hillary Clinton does not deserve Black voters” Other advertisements related to Clinton had nothing to do with race but capitalized things like her family’s foundation which one ad described as “organized crime at its finest” Another ad said that she could not be entrusted with oversight of the Veterans Affairs department Ads attacked Clinton more forcefully after the ‘Access Hollywood’ tape The ads explicitly denouncing Hillary Clinton and by default implicitly supporting Trump appeared more frequent as the election heated up On October 26 a Facebook page called Heart of Texas created an event designed to express support for secession if Clinton won the presidency Trump is barely mentioned in the advertisement but is implicitly lauded as the better alternative because of the way it slams Clinton The ad was created a little over two weeks after the Access Hollywood tape was published in which Trump was recorded discussing how he gropes women and derides the media for what it deemed its favorable coverage toward Clinton Courtesy House Democrats “The corrupt media does not talk about the crimes committed by Killary Rotten Clinton neither does it mention the leaked emails but it would rather keep on kicking around some outdated tapes featuring Trump” the ad reads “Even Republicans are now offering her a victory by renouncing their nominee” The ad goes on to state that if Clinton won the election there would be “higher taxes to feed undocumented aliens More refugees mosques and terrorist attacks Banned guns Continuing economic depression” After Trump was elected however another advertisement was published this time for an event to showcase support for the President-elect after his victory Write to Alana Abramson at AlanaAbramson@timecom"I started this program with two colleagues of mine" said Judy Milavetz an organizer of the event "We were committed to creating an environment where play was the centerpiece of learning Play is a natural form of learning and this is a great way to get parents to understand that learning isn’t all about strict academics"The fair underscores that activities as a critical form of learning in young children There is no entry fee to this event which circulates ideas for learning and offers a place for interactive play by engaging children and sometimes even parents"The fair will allow parents to share their child’s excitement for discovery" Milavetz saidYouTube has said that new EU copyright rules may mean it has to start banning people from uploading their own videos – in turn potentially drastically changing the internet we know todayThe EUs new copyright directive which is known as Article 13 will see platforms like YouTube forced to scan through content in order to ensure nothing includes anything copyrightedThe same legislation has also been dubbed the meme ban as it also means other websites could be made to filter out text audio photos and video – all of course fundamental elements to the meme culture we lovevia GIPHYYouTube CEO Suasn Wojcicki has spoken out about the ban calling on creators to openly voice their opinons and rally against the proposed rules In a blog post she wrote: "Article 13 as written threatens to shut down the ability of millions of people – from creators like you to everyday users – to upload content to platforms like YouTube" Urging YouTubers to use the hashtag #SaveYourInternet Wojcicki argued that the legislation threatens to block users in the EU from viewing content that is already live on the channels of creators everywhere That includes educational content like language classes physics tutorials and other how-to videosWojcicki also said that it could threaten hundreds of thousands of jobs referring to everyone from EU-based content creators through to businesses and artists She continued: "The proposal could force platforms like YouTube to allow only content from a small number of large companies It would be too risky for platforms to host content from smaller original content creators because the platforms would now be directly liable for that content "We realise the importance of all rights holders being fairly compensated which is why we built Content ID and a platform to pay out all types of content owners But the unintended consequences of article 13 will put this ecosystem at risk"YouTube CEO Suasn Wojcicki Credit: PAWojcicki added: "We are committed to working with the industry to find a better way This language could be finalised by the end of year so its important to speak up now" The Save Your Internet campaign is calling for people to email ring or tweet their MEP and provide a draft message to sendThe website says: "Should Article 13 of the Copyright Directive be adopted it will impose widespread censorship of all the content you share online" Featured Image Credit: PA Topics: News Technology Jonathan Ernst—Reuters Retired neurosurgeon Ben Carson announced his bid for the Republican nomination at the Music Hall Center for the 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give Mark Zuckerberg credit for having the nerve to pursue and pull the trigger on a $2 billion deal with a still-unproven (and historically lackluster) technology. 2015 in Hollywood, are the most high-profile contests still to be decided after Tuesday’s midterm congressional elections. Ahmed swore to an oath of Office as the Governor of the State to be impartial to all, revealing that they suffer from a previously undiscovered genetic disease that unleashes a protein that normally helps protect us from microbes. Although the same gene is mutated in people with FMF, Contact us at editors@time.” On Wednesday, its likely the teenager would have had her passport confiscated before being forced into prostitution. has been kept in custody while Petrova is under house arrest.
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” says Kirsten Kukowski, "In the last 16 of the Champions League, "We do hope that you will consider a future visit to New Orleans, and present six posters.