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    They express that secrets that were kept for a long time were finally revealed. Over the years there is a question that no scientist is able to answer accurately. How and when did our Solar system? There are theories and some estimates. However, knowing the precise event is still elusive for astronomy. But there are studies that come very close and this one by scientists from the ETH institute in Zurich claims to have the formula to determine the event with much more precision. They maintain in their portal that through an atom of niobium-92 extinct were able to date events in the early solar system. The thing that stands out from their research is that they found the formula for greater precision. Of course, they are compared with previous and similar studies. The work they carried out accurately affirms that the origin of the Sun was thanks to...
    NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — Police in the Bronx need help identifying a person seen on video with a little girl shortly before the child was found abandoned. The girl, who said her name is Sidaya, is about 4 years old and was found alone at Prospect Avenue and East 156th Street just after midnight on Feb. 27, CBS2’s Alice Gainer reported Monday. READ MORE: COVID Vaccine: Johnson & Johnson Shipment In Transit To Tri-State About 10 minutes before the girl was found, police say she was captured on surveillance video with a woman at 679 Fox Street. About 10 minutes before the girl was found on Feb. 27, police say she was captured on surveillance video with a woman at 679 Fox Street. (credit: CBS2) The woman was last seen walking westbound on Leggett Avenue. She’s described as being about 5 feet, 2 inches tall and in her mid-20s. Police...
    NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — Police in the Bronx need help identifying a person seen on video with a little girl shortly before the child was found abandoned. The girl, who said her name is Sidaya, is about 4 years old and was found alone at Prospect Avenue and East 156th Street just after midnight on Feb. 27, CBS2’s Alice Gainer reported Monday. READ MORE: Long Island Pays Tribute To Health Care Heroes And Lives Lost As Pandemic Reaches 1-Year Mark About 10 minutes before the girl was found, police say she was captured on surveillance video with a woman at 679 Fox Street. About 10 minutes before the girl was found on Feb. 27, police say she was captured on surveillance video with a woman at 679 Fox Street. (credit: CBS2) The woman was last seen walking westbound on Leggett Avenue. She’s described as being about 5 feet, 2 inches...
    A hilarious clip from Jimmy Kimmel Live! clip has shown Americans struggling to identify Second Gentleman Doug Emhoff with one baffled man asking if he is a 'Vince Vaughn impersonator.' People were randomly stopped in the street of Los Angeles this week and shown a photo of the 56-year-old husband of Kamala Harris on Wednesday's episode of the show. Most people, many of them young, couldn't name the man in the photo with guesses ranging from Harvey Weinstein to a star of Seinfeld or a 'basic' soccer dad named George.  Others were equally stumped when shown a photo of Harris, with one woman guessing the vice president was a member of the Kardashian family.   A hilarious clip from Jimmy Kimmel Live! clip has shown Americans struggling to identify Second Gentleman Doug Emhoff with one baffled man asking if he is a 'Vince Vaughn impersonator'. Pictured Emhoff and Kamala Harris ...
    A record 15.9 percent of Generation Z Americans now identify as LGBTQ, according to a new poll. Gallup on Wednesday published its latest update on LGBTQ identification among the American population and found that an estimated one in six Americans aged between 18 and 23 years old say they are LGBTQ. This dropped to less than two percent in respondents who were born before 1965, the survey said. The results, based on more than 15,000 interviews conducted throughout 2020 with Americans aged 18 and older, also estimated that a record 5.6 percent of all Americans now identify as LGBTQ. The majority of those respondents say they are bisexual. The estimate equaled a 1.1 percent increase since the poll was last conducted in 2017. It marks the largest increase since the survey began in 2012 with an estimated 18 million adults in America identifying as LGBTQ last year.  A record...
    The number of Americans who identify as LGBT has increased slightly in recent years, according to a new poll.  The Gallup poll released on Wednesday found people in the United States who identify as lesbian, gay, bisexual or transgender stood at 5.6 percent in 2021, up from 4.5 percent in 2017.  Just over 86 percent of respondents said they are heterosexual or straight, and 7 percent chose not to answer a question about their sexual orientation. The percentage of Americans who declined to respond is also up from 2017, when it came in around 5 percent.  More than half of the Americans surveyed -- 54 percent -- who say they identify as LGBT are bisexual, the poll found. Just over 11 percent say they are transgender. Respondents were able to give multiple responses when describing their sexual identification, Gallup noted.  Younger generations of Americans are increasingly likely to identify as LGBT, according to the survey. One in six young...
    More On: Coronavirus in NY Every slander media flung at Florida’s DeSantis was true of Cuomo Nets ‘can’t wait’ for fans to return — even if it’s only 300 Crafty crooks taking advantage of shuttered NYC shops to burglarize still open businesses Top NYC school changes admission policy to account for COVID Dozens of people in New York were asked to get revaccinated for COVID-19 after their past dose was stored at an improper temperature, a report said. The error impacted 81 of the 1,379 doses distributed at the Jones Beach vaccination site on Long Island last Monday, a state department of health spokesperson told NBC New York. State health officials said there are no health risks associated with receiving the affected doses, or from revaccination. Those affected were notified via email of the temperature mix-up, the report said. “New Yorkers’ health and safety is our top priority, and...
    CEDAR RAPIDS, Iowa (AP) — Cedar Rapids police on Monday identified a woman who was stabbed to death Saturday as a Cedar Rapids resident. Police identified the woman as Katrina Latrese Brinson, 34. She and another woman were stabbed early Saturday at a Rodeway Inn in Cedar Rapids. Police were called to the motel to check on a disturbance and were directed by the women to a man running from the building. An officer chased the man and shot him. The man, who hasn't been identified, remained in a hospital Monday in critical condition. The officer who shot him will be identified later. The second woman who was stabbed was treated at a hospital and released. Police said there is no known link between the man and the female victims. Copyright 2021 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed. Tags: Iowa, Associated...
    LOS ANGELES (CBSLA) — The LAPD asked for the public’s help Monday to identify a driver who severely injured a man in a hit-and-run crash in South LA. (credit: LAPD) The crash happened Sunday at about 10:15 a.m. in the 1100 block of East 49th Street. Police say the 51-year-old man was crossing the street near his home when he was struck by a green Toyota Prius. READ MORE: LA City Vaccination Sites Still Closed, But Will Reopen Tuesday The force of the impact sent the man flying above the Prius. Surveillance video released by police showed he landed several feet away from where he was struck. The driver did not stop or try to help the man. READ MORE: New Documentary Shines Light On Historic Black Variety Show SOUL! The man is in critical condition with severe injuries, according to the LAPD. The Prius was described as a light...
    New York : Thanks to the development of the internet, it is possible to access a lot of information, make purchases, sell things and carry out different commercial transactions, but also has given rise to gambling or betting to a new level. In this way, as Psychology and Mind points out, new outbreaks have appeared that represent a risk in terms of mental health, and that is that addiction to online gambling is growing more and more. Gambling addiction The addiction to gambling, betting and any other type of game in which money is involved is known as gambling. While there is no specific definition for online gambling yet, these also fall into this category. Psychopathology consists of the experience of dependency generated by participating in games of chance. In the case of the internet, there are hundreds of sites that promote such games, from virtual casinos to betting...
    Getty Dallas Cowboys Regardless of whether Dak Prescott remains atop the depth chart, the Dallas Cowboys will be required to name a backup quarterback for the 2021 campaign. An early but “logical” choice, per the team’s official website, is Garrett Gilbert, who ended last season as the No. 2 QB behind fill-in starter Andy Dalton, an impending free agent. “The biggest quarterback question in Dallas continues to be, without question, Prescott’s contract status. The No. 2 spot is yet to be determined, too,” Rob Phillips of DallasCowboys.com recently wrote. “Andy Dalton is set to be an unrestricted free agent after leading the Cowboys to three straight wins and the brink of the playoffs last season. For the first time in his career, he has a chance to hit the open market in March and seek a starting opportunity elsewhere. If that happens, Gilbert becomes a logical option to...
    WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Top economic and national security officials in the White House have launched a new effort to help the U.S. auto industry fight a growing shortage of semiconductor chips that has forced production cuts worldwide, a White House official said. The administration of President Joe Biden has held meetings with automotive companies and suppliers to identify chokepoints and urged companies to work cooperatively to tackle the shortage, the official said on Wednesday. The White House has also tasked U.S. embassies to identify how foreign countries and companies that produce chips can help resolve the global shortage. The effort includes outreach to Taiwan, home of key chip maker Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co Ltd (TSMC), to find ways to resolve the shortage. In a Feb. 17 letter, Biden's top economic adviser Brian Deese thanked Taiwan's Economic Affairs Minister Wang Mei-hua for working to help to resolve the shortage in coordination...
    The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) is investing almost $200 million to help better identify and track coronavirus variants.  Currently, the federal agency maps the DNA no more than 0.5 percent of all positive samples of the virus. But, described as a 'down payment,' officials say the money will help scale-up the number of samples that labs can analyze for genome sequencing by three-fold from about 7,000 per week to around 25,000.  The CDC hopes it will be able to get commercial laboratories, academic centers and research institutions to help in the endeavor, especially in the face of new coronavirus variants sweeping across the country.  The investment is part of a $1.6 billion package from the Biden administration to expand COVID-19 testing and sequencing by sending more tests to schools and underserved communities and ramping up production of testing supplies.  On Wednesday, the CDC announced it is...
    Is it possible to regulate the quality of the air inside your car? According to Qualitas, comfort is an important element of road safety, since it facilitates and promotes a driver’s concentration and physical and mental resistance during long hours of driving. In this sense, the air conditioning system in your car contributes to passive driving safety, greatly reducing distractions at the wheel. The air conditioning (A / C) system causes a series of variations in pressure and humidity whereby the wind chill in the car interior adjusts to provide a feeling of comfort regardless of the actual temperature outside. To fulfill its function, this system uses a compressor, evaporator, condenser, temperature sensor, fan and refrigerant gas. In the circuit formed by the pieces, a constant process of compression and decompression of the refrigerant gas is carried out, which cools or heats it, so that it changes...
    WASHINGTON - The U.N. High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) will work to identify the most needy migrants waiting in Mexico and help them complete paperwork to pursue asylum claims in the United States, a U.S. official told VOA. Mirroring the UNHCR’s role in facilitating refugee resettlements around the world, the U.N. agency will work with the Biden administration to address the plight of tens of thousands of asylum-seekers the former Trump administration forced to remain in Mexico while awaiting U.S. immigration court dates under an initiative known as Migrant Protection Protocols (MPP) or the "remain in Mexico" policy. "UNHCR is working to select the most vulnerable people or those who have more time in the MPP program to cross [into the United States]," Roberta Jacobson, coordinator for the southwest border on the White House National Security Council, told VOA. The Biden administration, which has moved to end MPP, is...
    By: KDKA-TV News Staff WASHINGTON, Pa. (KDKA) – Police in Washington County are trying to figure out who stole vehicles from a car dealership. RELATED: Allegheny Co. Sheriff’s Deputies Take Part In The Polar Pop The City of Washington Police Department shared photos on Facebook asking for help identifying two women and one man. RELATED: Port Authority’s NEXTransit To Present Ideas For Improving Transit At Public Meetings Police say the three are possible suspects in the theft of two vehicles from a car dealership Tuesday morning. MORE: Pittsburgh Weather: Bitterly Cold Temperatures Move In, Another Round Of Snow Expected Anyone with information is asked to call 724-223-4226.
    The European Commission announced this Wednesday the launch of a plan to prepare the countries of the European Union against the emerging variants of SARS-CoV-2 and that could pose a threat to the immunization process. The project, dubbed the HERA Incubator, will have the main objectives of detecting possible new strains that appear, speeding up the approval of vaccines that have to be modified to counter them, and increasing the production of these vaccines on the continent. “New variants of the virus are rapidly emerging and we must adapt our response even more quickly“, declared the president of the European Commission, Ursula von der Leyen.” The initiative brings together science, industry and public authorities and exploits all available resources so that we can respond to this challenge. “ The European Center for Disease Prevention and Control (ECDC) established this Monday as “very high” the current risk posed on the continent...
    BOULDER, Colo. (CBS4) – The Boulder Police Department has identified the people accused of taping white envelopes to the front doors of sorority and fraternity houses at the University of Colorado. Investigators said each envelope contained a CD with audio from the Criminal Minds television show. (credit: Boulder Police Department) Police said the envelopes were taped to the doors around 1:30 a.m. on Monday. Officers are investigating to determine if anyone will face criminal charges. (credit: Boulder Police Department) Investigators said they don’t believe there is a threat to the organizations. (credit: Boulder Police Department)
    (CNN)Forget facial recognition technology -- researchers say they can identify you from the veins on the backs of your hands. Biometric recognition has become more prevalent in recent years. Facial recognition technology is used everywhere from airport check-in lines to police departments and even nightclubs, while iris, fingerprint and voice recognition is used across a variety of sectors, for security purposes.But researchers from Australia's University of New South Wales say that some biometric methods have "well known weaknesses." Fingerprints can be collected from a surface someone has touched and duplicated to create a dummy print, facial recognition technology could be bypassed using images garnered from social media, and contact lenses could be used to confound iris based mechanisms, Syed Shah, a researcher at the University of New South Wales' School of Computer Science and Engineering, told CNN.This new tool can tell you if your online photos are helping train facial...
    WILLOW the wonder pooch is so intelligent she can count to ten, spell her own name and identify shapes. The clever cockapoo even helps owner Charlotte Price teach schoolchildren — and of course her favourite newspaper is The Sun. 9Willow the cockapoo is Britain's brainiest dogCredit: Glen Minikin 9She is able spell out her name using phonics 9The clever cockapoo can also count to ten Proud Charlotte, 29, said: “She’s incredible. A dog shouldn’t be able to do the things she does.” Brainbarks Willow is now learning the Chinese language. Charlotte started training her as a pup in 2018 with basic “sit”, “come”, “wait” and “paw” commands. She soon mastered them before moving on to tricks. Charlotte then wanted to see if she could teach her to choose between her teddy and a ball — and she passed with flying colours. She recalled: “Once she could do that I knew...
    LOS ANGELES (CBSLA) — Police are asking for the public’s help to identify a suspect involved in a hit-and-run crash in Sun Valley that killed a Glendale man over the weekend. The crash happened Saturday morning in the intersection of Coldwater Canyon and Roscoe boulevards. The LAPD says a Chevrolet Silverado pickup was going north on Coldwater Canyon when it ran a red light at Roscoe and collided with the driver’s side of an older model Morris Minor that was driving west on Roscoe. RELATED: Oscar Ceremony To Broadcast From Multiple Locations Amid Pandemic The driver of the Morris Minor, a 58-year-old Glendale man, was declared dead at the scene. His name has not been released pending notification of his family. RELATED: COVID South African Variant Cases Found In Bay Area, Marking 1st In California (credit: LAPD) According to the LAPD, the driver of the Silverado abandoned the truck at...
    DEPTFORD TOWNSHIP, N.J. (CBS) — Most students have lost almost a year of time in the classroom, away from friends and all the in-person academic and emotional support that’s so important. A local school district is taking preventative measures to help students who may be suffering from depression because of the pandemic. The new program is using technology to identify at-risk students. “If a student is in a situation where they’re really experiencing grief or distress that’s quite extreme, we would hope that we would get that alert and be able to take quick action,” said Deptford Township School District Coordinator of Communications Salvatore Randazzo. RELATED: Philadelphia Police: 15-Year-Old Killed, Latest Victim Of Violent Start To Week Across City It’s a new pilot program that could potentially save lives. Deptford Township School District is taking steps to monitor students’ internet searches that could reveal a desire for self-harm. “My dad committed...
    A tricky visual brainteaser is sure to put the observation skills of even the biggest film buffs to the test. The challenge, created by LeoVegas, features six popular movie characters - but can you name them all from their silhouettes alone?   Sound easy? From the survey of 500 participants, they found that only 4% can name all six movie characters.  So, can you achieve the perfect score?  1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.  ANSWERS 1. Borat 2. Buzz Lightyear 3. John McClane 4. Hermione Granger 5. Michael Corleone 6. John Wick
    A woman who found her murdered mother's bloody body when she was just four years old has recalled how she enlisted a high school friend to solve the brutal crime more than 40 years later.  Loretta Jones, 23, had been repeatedly stabbed and sexually assaulted in her Price, Utah home but managed to write her killer's name in blood before her daughter Heidi Jones-Asay woke up and discovered her dead on July 30, 1970.   'When I got up, I looked through the keyhole into the front room and when I opened the door, there was blood everywhere. It was my mom's lifeless body,' Jones-Asay recalled on a recent episode of the Oxygen true-crime series Exhumed.  Scroll down for video   Looking back: Heidi Jones-Asay detailed how she found her mother Loretta Jones' dead body on July 30, 1970 during her appearance on the Oxygen true-crime series Exhumed  Horrific: Jones had been stabbed 17...
    NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — The FBI is trying to identifying the victims of an NYPD officer arrested last month on child pornography charges. Carmine Simpson, of Holbrook, was charged with sexual exploitation of children and suspended without pay. New York City Police Officer Charged with Production of Child Pornography https://t.co/mbAjXD4Xmb (Announced with @NewYorkFBI) — US Attorney EDNY (@EDNYnews) January 28, 2021 Authorities said the 26-year-old targeted dozens of victims on Twitter and convinced them to send sexually explicit photos and videos. At times, he allegedly pretended he was 17 and used a filter to look younger. MORE FROM CBS NEW YORK Police Investigating String Of High-End Clothing Store Robberies In SoHo New Pre-Print Study Suggests COVID Reinfection Is Not That Rare New York Catering Halls, Wedding Industry Looking Forward To March 15 Reduced Capacity Return Anyone who believes their child may have been victim is asked to...
    DENVER (CBS4) – Nextdoor and neighborhood watch apps are seeing frequent posts of mailbox theft around the Denver metro area. Are the thefts truly on the rise, or are more people just paying attention? (credit: CBS) “We’ve seen some uptick in mail theft in parts of the country including Denver, but we’ve mostly seen some people trying to take advantage of these unemployment insurance opportunities,” said Eric Manuel, US Postal Service Inspection Inspector. Manuel explains data is still being collected to know what thieves are targeting, whether it’s personal information, or unemployment benefits, or a combination of factors. The Colorado Department of Employment and Labor has been warning about mail fraud for weeks now. (credit: CBS) “They know those Reliacards go out, so what they’re trying to do, all this MLS information is available online so we have found if you posted online a rental property, if you posted your...
    House Republicans are pressing President Joe Biden to identify funds Congress has designated for coronavirus relief over the last year that have not yet been spent, and use those before piling on with additional government spending. A letter led by Rep. Kat Cammack (R-FL) to Biden pushes the president to identify those pots of money — perhaps in the hundreds of billions or more than a trillion dollars — that have not yet been used. “We write today concerned about your proposed $1.9 trillion emergency spending proposal related to COVID [coronavirus] relief,” the House GOP members wrote to Biden in a letter Breitbart News exclusively obtained ahead of its public release. “We believe federal agencies should use funds that have not been committed or disbursed and are currently available before Congress considers another massive emergency spending bill. Congress has already provided $4 trillion to respond to the COVID pandemic over...
    SAN JOSE (CBS SF) – An armed male suspect was arrested at Valley Fair Mall Wednesday after San Jose police got a tip from the Santa Cruz Sheriff’s Office that the suspect was live streaming on Snapchat about “shooting up” a mall. Officers later identified the suspect as 21-year-old Seaside resident Hunter Tital. He was arrested and charged with several felonies, including possession of an assault rifle and making criminal threats. Valley Fair suspect Hunter Tital. 21 years old, a resident of Seaside. Booked for numerous felony charges, including possession of an assault rifle and criminal threats. We are still investigating his motive. pic.twitter.com/eCc65VAN70 — San Jose Police Media Relations (@SJPD_PIO) February 4, 2021 The department’s media relations Twitter account initially posted about the incident at 5:18 p.m. Wednesday evening. Police subsequently tweeted that the suspect had “a very distinct appearance, including a loud hair color.” At approximately...
    FBI raids homes of 2 men who held rally on eve of Capitol attack My Story in All Its Messy Glory. Michelle Obama Is Releasing a New Edition of Becoming for Young Readers Best & Worst Refinance Mortgage Companies of 2021 Ad Microsoft Seniors Are Getting These Unsold 2020 SUVs For Dirt Cheap Ad Microsoft A slam dunk if you need a balance transfer Ad Microsoft Full screen 1/16 SLIDES © courtesy Even in the year 2020, it's sometimes hard to find Valentine's Day cards that look like you and your relationship, especially if you belong to the LGBTQ community. And that community is a large and growing one. According...
    SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) -- On Thursday evening, a group of Bay Area researchers announced that they may have identified a potential drug for a debilitating heart condition.Clues to the new medicine's structure came in part from families with secrets hidden in their genes.Carmen Barron and her kids were in on the first page of what's become a decade long detective story.ABC7 first met the Barron clan when they agreed to donate skin and blood samples to Dr. Deepak Srivastava, M.D., who is now president of the Gladstone Institutes in San Francisco.The procedure was the beginning of research into rare congenital heart conditions, like the disease that's affecting at least twenty members of this extended Texas family."It was important for me to understand why," Barron says.RELATED: Stanford study finds solution involving creating new cartilageDr. Srivastava's team used a Nobel Prize-winning technology pioneered by Gladstone researchers that first turning the skin samples...
    The Conversation Does ignoring robocalls make them stop? Here’s what we learned from getting 1.5 million calls on 66,000 phone lines New research aims to give phone companies tools to help curb robocalls. Peter Dazeley/The Image Bank via Getty ImagesThe Research Brief is a short take about interesting academic work. The big idea More than 80% of robocalls come from fake numbers – and answering these calls or not has no effect on how many more you’ll get. Those are two key findings of an 11-month study into unsolicited phone calls that we conducted from February 2019 to January 2020. To better understand how these unwanted callers operate, we monitored every phone call received to over 66,000 phone lines in our telephone security lab, the Robocall Observatory at North Carolina State University. We received 1.48 million unsolicited phone calls over the course of the study. Some of these calls we...
    Tucker Carlson tried to paint white nationalist Douglass Mackey as an innocent victim of an attack on the First Amendment by the Biden administration on his Fox News show Tuesday. One of social media’s most notorious alt-right trolls in the 2016 election—known then as “Ricky Vaughn,” hiding the identity of a 28-year-old Vermont man named Douglass Mackey—was arrested Monday by the FBI on charges that he and others schemed to interfere in the election by convincing some 4,500 voters to use a fake text-message system, thinking they were submitting their official ballots. Predictably, there were immediate cries of outrage from the white-nationalist far right. None were quite as predictable, however, as the defense of Mackey that was broadcast nationwide by Tucker Carlson on his Fox News show that evening: Beyond mere gaslighting his audience about the threat of white nationalism, as well as who Mackey is and what he did,...
    SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) -- On Thursday evening, a group of Bay Area researchers announced that they may have identified a potential drug for a debilitating heart condition.Clues to the new medicine's structure came in part from families with secrets hidden in their genes.Carmen Barron and her kids were in on the first page of what's become a decade long detective story.ABC7 first met the Barron clan when they agreed to donate skin and blood samples to Dr. Deepak Srivastava, M.D., who is now president of the Gladstone Institutes in San Francisco.The procedure was the beginning of research into rare congenital heart conditions, like the disease that's affecting at least twenty members of this extended Texas family."It was important for me to understand why," Barron says.RELATED: Stanford study finds solution involving creating new cartilageDr. Srivastava's team used a Nobel Prize-winning technology pioneered by Gladstone researchers that first turning the skin samples...
    SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) -- On Thursday evening, a group of Bay Area researchers announced that they may have identified a potential drug for a debilitating heart condition.Clues to the new medicine's structure came in part from families with secrets hidden in their genes.Carmen Barron and her kids were in on the first page of what's become a decade long detective story.ABC7 first met the Barron clan when they agreed to donate skin and blood samples to Dr. Deepak Srivastava, M.D., who is now president of the Gladstone Institutes in San Francisco.The procedure was the beginning of research into rare congenital heart conditions, like the disease that's affecting at least twenty members of this extended Texan family."It was important for me to understand why," Barron says.RELATED: Stanford study finds solution involving creating new cartilageDr. Srivastava's team used a Nobel Prize-winning technology pioneered by Gladstone researchers that first turning the skin samples...
    A region of the brain linked with risk-taking has been identified by scientists, who say it could explain why some people are more likely to smoke and drink. A team of neurologists from the University of Zurich found major functional and anatomical distinctions among those who are likely to smoke, use alcohol or drugs, speed, or have many sexual partners when compared to more cautious people. For the study the Swiss team examined 25,000 people and found a direct relationship between differences in brain anatomy and propensity to take risks. Distinct characteristics were found in regions of the brain responsible for controlling happy hormones like dopamine, memory storage and in managing self-control.  They say understanding what prompts people to engage in risky behaviours is important due to the health and economic consequences linked to these activities.  A team of neurologists from the University of Zurich found major functional and anatomical...
    PHILADELPHIA (CBS) – Philadelphia Police are looking to identify the suspects wanted in a deadly shooting in the city’s West Oak Lane neighborhood last month. The shooting happened in the area of Middleton Street and Limekiln Pike on Dec. 11, around 2 p.m. Police say two vehicles were following the victim’s car and opened fire, killing one man and injuring another. The suspects’ vehicles are said to be a silver Toyota 4-Runner, with dark-tinted windows and a white Subaru Outback, with dark-tinted windows. If you have any information about this crime or these suspects please contact Homicide Unit at 215-686-3334/3335. To submit a tip via telephone, dial 215.686.TIPS (8477) or text a tip to 215.686.TIPS (8477). All tips will be confidential. A $20,000 reward is being offered for information leading to an arrest and conviction. For a list of gun violence resources in Philadelphia, click here. MORE ON CBSPHILLY.COM  Jersey...
    "Jeopardy!" viewers were stunned on Wednesday when all three contestants failed to identify comedian Dave Chappelle from his photo.  The shocking moment came during the Double Jeopardy! Round of the game where guest host Ken Jennings offered what many at home thought was an easy clue for a $2,000 question.  "This comedian displayed his drama chops in ‘A Star Is Born,’ playing Bradley Cooper’s longtime friend," Jennings read. As if the clue wasn’t obvious enough, the contestants were even given a picture of Chappelle to help them answer the clue. Not only did no one know the answer, but no one was even able to venture a guess.  HBO MAX TO REMOVE 'CHAPPELLE'S SHOW' AT DAVE CHAPPELLE'S REQUEST Dave Chappelle was the response to a clue on 'Jeopardy!' that turned out to be harder than many people expected. (Owen Sweeney/Invision/AP, File) Chapelle has been in several movies but is...
    NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — The NYPD shared an update early Thursday morning on the search for a man seen in a disturbing video appearing to attack two young boys on a subway platform. Police say the man has been identified as the children’s father. According to police, he has not been taken into custody or arrested, and the investigation is ongoing. Police are not releasing his name, but say he was just released earlier this week for a separate domestic violence incident against his children. MORE FROM CBS NEW YORK Gov. Cuomo: Plan Coming To Allow Indoor Dining In New York City To Resume At 25% 15-Year-Old Uniondale High School Basketball Player Jo-Jo Wright Killed In Car Crash: ‘He Was A Star In The Making’ Police Investigating Video Showing Young Boys Being Attacked By Man At Bronx Subway Station The video was taken Friday night at the Fordham...
    Elephants are social and sentient beings that express pain, joy, discomfort, and anger just like humans. As a traveler, you might not know that captive elephants that are used for begging, riding, in parades, weddings, or processions go through horrific training methods in order to be ‘tamed’. Repeated thrashings, starvation, prodding of bull-hooks, heavy chains restricting their movement, and the unending psychological abuse that an elephant undergoes is just the first step of a lifetime of abuse and neglect. Be watchful of the following signs as they may help you understand that the elephant is being abused: Stereotypic Behavior Image courtesy of Wildlife SOS The most commonly noticed behavior in captive elephants that displays the immense stress that they are under can be observed as the repetitive and monotonous motion of head bobbing, weaving, and swaying. The overused excuse that follows is that the elephant is merely enjoying their...
    By: KDKA-TV News Staff WHITE TOWNSHIP (KDKA) — State Police in Indiana County are looking to identify a suspect accused of stealing items from a Walmart store. Police say that ten items were stolen from the Walmart along Oakland Ave on January 11 around 10:00 p.m., and the man who stole them then got into a red car outside the store. (Courtesy: PA State Police) The items included a backpack, an electric heater, propane tanks, and electric toothbrushes, with a total value of around $750. Anyone with information regarding this incident is asked to contact State Police at 724-357-1960.
    PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — January is thyroid awareness month. People have thyroids, animals have thyroids and sometimes they can get out of whack.  A thyroid is a small gland that produces a lot of hormones that control a lot of the body functions, so if that goes out of whack you can find your body going out of whack. Animal advocate Carol Erickson joined Eyewitness News with some tips. According to the American Kennel Club, it’s pretty common in dogs and especially in the mostly middle to large size dogs. Thyroid disease is relatively common in dogs. It’s called hypothyroidism and the symptoms, it’s mostly all related to the dog’s slowing metabolism. So the dog might be lethargic, gaining weight easily, have cold intolerance, exercise intolerance, or they might just seem dull. The vet can diagnose this by blood tests and exams and then a simple pill a day can make this condition treatable. In cats, it’s just the opposite,...
    A study from Northwestern University explains that fictional villains are easy to identify with for this simple reason. It’s easy to identify with a villain in fiction, call him Darth Vader or Thanos. However, if we see an immorally similar real person, we may feel repulsed. Why is this happening? Northwestern University conducted a study to analyze this phenomenon, which it published in the journal Psychological Science. According to experts, one of the reasons for this is that fiction acts as a cognitive safety net. With it, we can identify with villains without tarnishing our own image. « Fictional stories and worlds can offer a ‘safe haven’ from which to compare ourselves to a villain, » says Rebecca Krause, author of the investigation. « When people feel protected by the veil of fiction, they can show a greater interest in learning about the dark and sinister characters who look like them. » But...
    (CBS4) — A Colorado Springs woman is one of two people who were identified as victims in a 44-year-old cold case out of South Carolina. Pamela Buckley (credit: Sumter County Sheriff’s Office) On Aug. 9, 1976, a truck driver discovered the bodies in Lynchburg, just off of Interstate 95. According to The State, both victims were shot in the back of the head. No one knew who the victims were. In 2007, the bodies were exhumed and DNA samples were taken. Even so, they remained unidentified for years. According to The State, in 2019, a Clemson resident who had spent years looking into the case, suggested that investigators reach out to DNA Doe Project, an organizations that uses genetic genealogy to identify John and Jane Does. “Now those efforts have produced a match, ending the 44-year-old mystery,” The State reported. The victims were identified at 25-year-old Pamela Buckley, who was...
    New York : As Webconsultas points out, anorexia nervosa has severe and long-lasting effects on health insofar as it negatively affects the patient’s eating behavior, causing noticeable changes in his body. It is one of the best known and most talked about eating disorders, sensibly affecting the body image that the subject has of himself. This and more will be detailed below. What is anorexia nervosa? Anorexia nervosa is a group of serious eating disorders that includes periods of deprivation of food intake (anorexia) that alternate from time to time with periods of food intake and purge (bulimia). People diagnosed with anorexia nervosa have a body mass index and weight much lower than those corresponding to their age, sex and height. This lower than normal body weight arises not only from food deprivation, but also from: Uncontrolled abuse of laxatives or diuretics Generation of self-induced vomiting Strenuous exercise...
    Bedwetting is an issue that affects around half a million children and teenagers in the UK, and now scientists believe they finally know why certain people are more prone to the condition. Nighttime bedwetting, officially known as nocturnal enuresis, is known to be a highly heritable condition, but until now it was unclear which genes were to blame. Now, researchers have identified the genetic variants that increase your risk of wetting the bed. The team hopes the findings could help in the development of treatments for bedwetting in the future.  Researchers have long known that nighttime bedwetting, known as nocturnal enuresis, is a highly heritable condition, but until now, have been unable to pinpoint the genes concerned (stock image) THINGS YOU CAN DO AT HOME TO HELP WITH BEDWETTING According to the NHS, there are several things you can do at home to help with bedwetting: 1. Give your child...
    It’s not a good time to be a member of an extremist hate group who wants to go on vacation. In the wake of the riot at the U.S. Capitol, Airbnb says it has been taking more aggressive actions to prevent members of violent hate groups from using its service. The company reiterated, however, that its concern is focused on people who may commit violent acts, regardless of where they fall on the political spectrum. Airbnb used dummy accounts on Facebook, Twitter and other online forums to identify users with ties to various hate groups. (iStock) In a report from Engadget, which cited a tech website called The Information, Airbnb has been using dummy accounts on Facebook, Twitter and other online forums to identify users with ties to various hate groups. Members of Airbnb’s team would reportedly avoid interacting with individuals and would only search out public posts to make...
    SANTA CRUZ (CBS SF) — Santa Cruz Police released surveillance photographs Tuesday of a man believed to be involved in two indecent exposure incidents last week around Soquel Avenue. In the first report, a man approached the victim in an underground parking garage in the 300 block of Soquel Avenue around 8:30 p.m. Thursday “and solicited the victim to engage in sexual activity. During the incident the subject removed his pants and exposed his genitals to the victim.” Santa Cruz indecent exposure suspect (CBS SF) About 90 minutes later the same day a man with his pants undone knocked on the door of a nearby residence and solicited another victim. There was no exposure the second time. The man is described as a Hispanic male adult, 5-foot-10, slim build, 180 pounds, with a shaved head, wearing a white T-shirt and black shoes. The Santa Cruz Police Department encourages anyone with...
    The FBI is still looking to identify a suspect that left pipe bombs outside the national headquarters of both the Republican and Democratic parties in Washington on the day the U.S. Capitol building was breached by protesters, calling their search a "top priority" on the day before Joe Bidens inauguration. Fox News cited an unidentified "law enforcement official briefed on inauguration security concerns" as saying the FBI has alerted law enforcement agencies of the status of their investigation and its concern the person sought was still active. The pipe bombs were located at the headquarters of the respective political parties several blocks from the Capitol, and officials have declared they were functioning devices. They were "rendered safe" by authorities, not exploded and taken for analysis at the FBIs laboratory in Quantico, Virginia. The bombs apparently have been disassembled and were being scrutinized for clues, such as the type of explosive...
    The FBI still has not been able to identify the person who left pipe bombs at the Capitol on January 6 while thousands stormed the Capitol and agents fear they may still be active but they insist they've made it a 'top priority' to find the suspect before Biden's inauguration tomorrow. The bomber was filmed on surveillance cameras leaving devices outside the Republican National Committee headquarters and the Democratic National Committee headquarters.  They were wearing a grey hoodie, black pants, gloves and an N-95 mask. While around 100 people have been arrested for their role in the riot and many have been charged, police are still no closer to closing in on the bomber.  The FBI has not even clarified if they think the bomber is a man or a woman.  The FBI has still not been able to identify the person who left pipe bombs at the RNC and...
    OCEAN CITY, N.J. (CBS) — Police are seeking the public’s help to identify the suspect wanted in the assault and attempted luring of a girl in Ocean City, New Jersey last year. The incident happened on Sept. 5, 2020 in the area of 18th Street and Central Avenue at 11:45 a.m. Police say in addition to the assault, the suspect attempted to lure the girl into his vehicle. The suspect is described as a white man between the ages of 50-60, approximately 6-feet-tall, and 230lbs. He was reportedly operating a new model, black-colored Jeep Grand Cherokee, bearing an unknown Pennsylvania license plate. The vehicle has dark front and rear window tint. Anyone with information regarding this suspect should contact Det. Matt Crowley at 609-525-9133. MORE ON CBSPHILLY.COM Lehigh County Man, Craig M. Bingert, Arrested By FBI For Role In US Capitol Riot Authorities Arrest Riley Williams, Pennsylvania Woman Accused Of...
    SAN FRANCISCO -- A COVID-19 variant first found in other countries and states has been showing up in increasing numbers throughout California, health officials with the California Department of Public Health, Santa Clara County and UCSF announced on Sunday.Authorities say the L452R variant of COVID-19 was first identified in Denmark in March of 2020, but more frequently since November of last year. The variant is different from the B.1.1.7 variant first detected in the United Kingdom, officials say.The 452R variant has also been identified in several large outbreaks in Santa Clara County, Health Officer Dr. Sara Cody said."The fact that this variant was identified in several large outbreaks in our county is a red flag and must be investigated further," said Cody. "This virus continues to mutate and adapt, and we cannot let down our guard. This news underscores the need for everyone to follow all prevention measures and get...
    SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) -- A COVID-19 variant first found in other countries and states has been showing up in increasing numbers throughout California, health officials with the California Department of Public Health, Santa Clara County and UCSF announced on Sunday.Authorities say the L452R variant of COVID-19 was first identified in Denmark in March of 2020, but more frequently since November of last year. The variant is different from the B.1.1.7 variant first detected in the United Kingdom, officials say.The 452R variant has also been identified in several large outbreaks in Santa Clara County, Health Officer Dr. Sara Cody said."The fact that this variant was identified in several large outbreaks in our county is a red flag and must be investigated further," said Cody. "This virus continues to mutate and adapt, and we cannot let down our guard. This news underscores the need for everyone to follow all prevention measures and...
    The Local Police of Córdoba has identified the two minors who jumped several traffic lights on a motorcycle and uploaded the video live to one of their social media profiles, events that occurred between January 5 and 6 at the confluence of Campo Madre de Dios and Campo de San Antón streets, a journey that ended at the level of Avenida de Barcelona at the junction with Calle Tras la Puerta. As specified in a press release by the City Council, in the diligences carried out by the Local Police and that have been communicated to the parents of both minors, during the journey that was broadcast on social networks, the motorcycle driver jumped five red lights and did not respect the priority of the pedestrian crossing in a crossing zebra. The facts constitute an alleged continued crime against traffic safety, by the driver, who has been communicated to...
    BERLIN, N.J. (CBS) — Police in Camden County are using DNA analysis to identify the suspect who burglarized and defecated outside of an auto sales business in Berlin. Berlin police say the suspect broke into the Longo and Sons Auto Sales business on Jan. 16 in the early morning hours. The suspect vandalized the property, stole dealership license plates and a vehicle, which has since been recovered. Police say the suspect also defecated on the side of the business and evidence collected from the scene in an effort to identify the suspect. If you have any information that could help identify the suspect in this case contact the Berlin Police Department. MORE ON CBSPHILLY.COM Timothy Hale-Cusanelli, Member of US Army Reserve, Charged For Involvement In US Capitol Riots 20-Year-Old Man Charged With Murder Of Milan Loncar, Temple Grad Killed Walking Dog In Brewerytown Desperation Growing For Thousands Experiencing Problems With...
    D.C. police are asking for the public’s help in identifying this suspect in the assault on officer Daniel Hodges during the U.S. Capitol riot. (Courtesy D.C. Police) D.C. police are asking for the public’s help in identifying a suspect in an assault on an officer during the deadly riot at the U.S. Capitol. Police say the suspect assaulted and used a clear police shield to pin D.C. police officer Daniel Hodges in a door jam during the riot on Jan. 6, according to a news release. Police are releasing photos of the suspect and asking for the public’s help. Anyone who can identify this individual or who has knowledge of this incident should take no action but call police at 202-727-9099 or text a tip to the Department’s text tip line at 50411, police said. There is a reward of up to $1,000 to anyone who provides information that leads...
    Report: Adrian Peterson ordered to pay $8.3 million after defaulting on loan Major mistakes people make after losing a spouse China A.I. firms and Huawei filed to patent technology that could identify Uighur Muslims, report says IPVM, a U.S.-based research firm that analyzes video surveillance technology, examined patents in China related to systems that could be used to identify Uighurs' faces. China's minority Uighurs are Muslims who live mostly in Xinjiang region in China's west. Huawei, Megvii and SenseTime are among the companies that have filed patents in recent years relating to tech that can identify Uighur individuals. © Provided by CNBC Surveillance cameras are mounted on a post at Tiananmen Square as snow falls in Beijing, China, on Thursday, Feb. 14, 2019. GUANGZHOU, China — A new report reveals patent applications belonging to Huawei and a group of China-based artificial intelligence companies for systems that can...
    (CNN Business)Chinese technology company Huawei is backtracking on a patent application it filed for a facial recognition system intended to identify Uyghurs from other Chinese ethnicities.Filed in July 2018 by Huawei and the government-affiliated Chinese Academy of Sciences, the patent application said the "identification of pedestrian attributes is very important" in facial recognition technology."The attributes of the target object can be gender (male, female), age (such as teenagers, middle-aged, old) [or] race (Han, Uyghur)," the application said. It was revealed in a new report from the BBC and IPVM, an independent group which monitors video surveillance technology.A Huawei spokesperson said in a statement to CNN Business that the company would "amend" its patent, adding that the ethnicity identification feature should "never have become part of the application.""Huawei opposes discrimination of all types, including the use of technology to carry out ethnic discrimination," the spokesperson said. "We are continuously working to...
    STOCKTON (CBS13) — Detectives are looking to identify two persons of interest in the homicide of a 58-year-old man. (credit: Stockton Police Department) (credit: Stockton Police Department) The Stockton Police Department says the victim was found dead behind a business in the 1100 block of W. Fremont Street on Sept. 30, 2020. The incident has been ruled a homicide by the San Joaquin County Medical Examiner’s Office due to trauma found on the decedent’s body. Police have not released the victim’s identity. On Wednesday, police released photos of two women they say are persons of interest in this case. Security photos of the woman appear to be taken in a hallway. Police ask that if you contact Detective Gilley at 209-937-7072 if recognize either of the individuals. More from CBS Sacramento: In Aftermath Of US Capitol Attack, New Scrutiny For Police Officers’ Social Media Posts Restaurants Cautiously...
    CENTEREACH, Suffolk County (WABC) -- There is new information in the investigation of human remains discovered on Long Island.Suffolk County detectives found skeletal remains behind a house on Jay Road in Centereach last March.Wednesday, they released pictures of evidence recovered at the scene.They say the deceased person was 15 to 21 years old, white or Hispanic, and stood about 5'3" to 5'5" inches tall.He was wearing size 4 and-a-half shoes.It's believed he may have been dead for approximately one year before the remains were found.Detectives are asking anyone with information to call the Homicide Squad at 631-852-6392 or anonymously to Crime Stoppers at 1-800-220-TIPS.ALSO READ: Gunman shot 2 at party, then killed teen in stairwell----------* More Long Island news* Send us a news tip* Download the abc7NY app for breaking news alerts * Follow us on YouTube
    The Los Angeles Police Department is working with the FBI to identify any of its officers who may have attended President Donald Trump’s rally or the attack on the Capitol Building that followed, in the wake of reports of law enforcement and military members in the crowds. Chief Michel Moore, in a Police Commission meeting on Tuesday, Jan. 12, said he spoke with LAPD’s command staff members and “instructed them that if we learned of anyone that has traveled to D.C. for the president’s remarks or was present at the Capitol to identify them and identify their involvement.” Multiple media outlets have reported on off-duty police officers from around the country who showed up at the Jan. 6 rally in which Trump exhorted his followers to continue fighting a mostly symbolic vote in the House of Representatives and Senate to approve state certifications of the 2020 presidential election. Thousands of...
    Travelers hitting the road during the ongoing coronavirus outbreak are concerned about overcrowding, but TripAdvisor has launched a new platform to help avoid those issues in cities around the United States. Engineers with Tripadvisor, Slack, Amazon Web Services and nine other technology companies developed the platform, dubbed Crowdfree.me, to help tourists avoid crowds at both businesses and public places, such as parks and beaches.More From TravelPulse COVID-19 US Travel Restrictions: State-By-State Guide for January 2021 International Destinations You Can Travel To Right Now Every State's Top Travel Destination for 2021 21 Places to Go on Cheap Flights in 2021 Top 20 Safest Airlines for 2021 TripAdvisor spokesperson Brian Hoyt said the technology uses historical traffic data and anonymized cell phone location pings to create a map showing how busy an area is based on the time and the day of the week. Data is updated once each day and more recent information...
    WASHINGTON, DC (WJZ) — The FBI has released more images of people who unlawfully entered the U.S. Capitol last week and assaulted federal law enforcement. They are looking for help identifying these people pictured below: The #FBI is seeking information to help identify individuals who unlawfully entered the U.S. Capitol on January 6 and assaulted federal law enforcement personnel. If you recognize someone, submit a tip at https://t.co/buMd8vYXzH. @FBIWFO https://t.co/Fn002FxqZd pic.twitter.com/MtWgQvdAS5 — FBI (@FBI) January 11, 2021 The FBI Washington Field Office said it is also offering a $50,000 reward for information leading to the arrest and conviction of the person responsible for planting a suspected pipe bomb found Wednesday. Reward Offered As FBI, DC Police Seek Public’s Help To Identify Pro-Trump Rioters Who Rushed U.S. Capitol A violent mob stormed the Capitol just before 3 p.m. while lawmakers were working to affirm the results of the U.S. presidential...
    Clearview AI’s CEO says that use of his company’s facial recognition technology among law enforcement spiked 26 percent the day after a mob of pro-Trump rioters attacked the US Capitol. First reported by the New York Times, Hoan Ton-That confirmed to The News Brig that Clearview saw a sharp increase in use on January 7th, compared to its usual weekday search volume. The January 6th attack was broadcast live on cable news, and captured in hundreds of images and live streams that showed the faces of rioters breaching the Capitol building. The FBI and other agencies have asked for the public’s help to identify participants. According to the Times, the Miami Police Department is using Clearview to identify some of the rioters, sending possible matches to the FBI Joint Terrorism Task Force. And The Wall Street Journal reported that an Alabama police department was also using Clearview to identify...
    Federal agents are investigating whether New York City firefighters participated in the Capitol siege during Wednesday's riots after photos of them at the riots surfaced.  At least two FDNY members were photographed outside the Capitol - one was seen from behind while wearing a FDNY jacket, while another was in regular clothes that didn't identify him as a firefighter.  The man in the FDNY jacket - which read FDNY Squad 252 - was said to be a retired firefighter, while the other man is an active duty firefighter, sources told the New York Daily News.  Squad 252 is based out of Brooklyn.  The FBI is investigating whether FDNY members participated in the Capitol building siege after at least two firefighters were pictured at Wednesday's riot RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Parler could be SHUTDOWN from midnight Sunday after Amazon... Horned QAnon 'Shaman' in...
    WASHINGTON (WJZ) — The FBI and the Metropolitan Police Department is seeking information related to the violent attack on the U.S. Capitol Wednesday. There’s a reward of up to $1,000 for information leading to the suspects’ arrests. They are looking for help identifying people who instigated the violence in Washington D.C. DC Police released images of some of the rioters. Person Of Interest US Capitol RiotsPolice in the nation's capital have released photos of persons of interest who stormed the U.S. Capitol building on January 6, 2021. Credit: Metro Police Person Of Interest US Capitol RiotsPolice in the nation's capital have released photos of persons of interest who stormed the U.S. Capitol building on January 6, 2021. Credit: Metro Police Person Of Interest US Capitol RiotsPolice in the nation's capital have released photos of persons of interest who stormed the U.S. Capitol building on January 6,...
    ROSEVILLE (CBS13) — Roseville police are working to identify the driver that struck a pedestrian in the residential neighborhood last month. Officials say the pedestrian was hit at the intersection of Woodcreek Oaks Boulevard and Diamond Woods Circle in the Blue Oaks neighborhood around 3:42 a.m. on Dec. 29. The victim sustained non-life-threatening injuries, police said. Police are now searching for the dark-colored Honda sedan. Investigators do not have much information about the suspect vehicle but say it is possibly a four-door sedan with a California plate, tinted windows, and a small stock spoiler on the rear. The vehicle probably does not have any damage, but police say if it does, the damage will be on the front passenger side. Anyone with information about this vehicle or incident is asked to contact the Roseville Police Department and contact report #2020-77848.
    Republican South Carolina Sen. Lindsey Graham called for the formation of a “joint task force” Thursday to “identify every person” who took part in the Capitol riot Wednesday. A mob of supporters for President Donald Trump breached the Capitol on Wednesday in an attempt to stop the Congressional certification for President-elect Joe Biden’s electoral victory. The riot resulted in the deaths of 4 individuals, including Ashli Babbit, a 35-year-old Air Force veteran, who was shot while trying to break into the House Chamber, according to Capitol Police. “I’m calling for a joint task force to be assembled and spend all the time and money necessary to identify every person who breached the security of the Capitol, who occupied the chambers, who invaded offices and destroyed property,” Graham said during a Thursday press conference. “The people sitting in the chairs need to be sitting in a jail cell,” he added. “The...
    For years, police have been warning about the dangers of crowdsourced detective work — but on Thursday morning, the Metropolitan Police Department (MPD) of Washington, DC decided to do just that. In the wake of an unprecedented mob attack on the Capitol building, the MPD has released an open call for help identifying subjects. The department has circulated a digital booklet featuring 26 pages of faces from the attack, with a hotline number for anyone who can help identify them. The FBI has made a similar request, although neither agency has produced any arrests as a result of the photos. The alarming nature of the attack, combined with the failure of Capitol Police to detain or process the intruders, has led to a nationwide digital manhunt. The event was captured in hundreds of photos, videos, and live streams, revealing the faces of dozens of perpetrators. Now, researchers are rushing...
    Supporters of US President Donald Trump enter the US Capitol on January 6, 2021, in Washington, DC. Saul Loeb/AFP via Getty Images The FBI has asked for the public's help in identifying insurrectionists who breached the Capitol on Wednesday. The ask has gotten a lot of attention online, as the historical attack was one of the most well-documented crimes in history. CNN's Jim Sciutto tweeted that some FBI arrests will be announced on Thursday. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. The FBI has asked for help identifying rioters who took part in Wednesday's violent breach of the Capitol building. Some members of the public are left scratching their heads because the siege was among the most well-documented crimes in history. "The FBI is seeking information that will assist in identifying individuals who are actively instigating violence in Washington, D.C.," the bureau said in a statement shared online....
    The FBI is investigating who was involved in any violent activity that escalated at the U.S. Capitol on Wednesday. The bureau posted a page on its website where people can submit tips, as well as digital images and videos, about the instigators behind the violence and rioting in the U.S. Capitol Building and surrounding area in Washington, D.C. "Our goal is to preserve the public’s constitutional right to protest by protecting everyone from violence and other criminal activity," the FBI said in a press release. The FBI is seeking to identify individuals instigating violence in Washington, D.C. We are accepting tips and digital media depicting rioting or violence in and around the U.S. Capitol on January 6. If you have information, visit https://t.co/buMd8vYXzH.— FBI (@FBI) January 7, 2021 Violence erupted at the Capitol in the aftermath of a large rally dubbed "Save America" that gathered to protest the certification of...
    The FBI says it is now seeking information about those involved in Wednesday's riots at the U.S. Capitol.Metropolitan Police Department Chief Robert Contee says four people died during the riots. One woman was shot and killed inside the Capitol. She was part of the crowd that was breaking down the doors to a barricaded room where armed officers stood on the other side, police said.She was shot in the chest by Capitol police and taken to a hospital where she was pronounced dead. City police said three other people died from medical emergencies during the long protest on and around the Capitol grounds.MORE: Congress confirms Biden's win after Trump mob storms Capitol in DC; 4 dead after siegeContee also said officers found two pipe bombs, one at the Democratic National Committee and another at the Republican National Committee. Fifty-people were also arrested during the riots.RELATED: Photo shows suspected explosive device...
    The FBI is turning to the public for help identifying members of the mob inciting violence and storming the Capitol building, ransacking offices and looting during a disruption wednesday of the congressional certification of the Electoral College vote. “The FBI is seeking to identify individuals instigating violence in Washington, D.C. We are accepting tips and digital media depicting rioting or violence in and around the U.S. Capitol on January 6. If you have information, visit http://fbi.gov/USCapitol,” the agency said in a tweet this morning. Massachusetts Congressman Jim McGovern has provided the FBI with a place to start, tweeting video from inside the assault on the Capitol that clearly shows the faces of a cascade of rioters as they cheer and pass through a door exiting the building. “Everyone in this video should be found and arrested,” McGovern said in a tweet, tagging the FBI, Justice Department and the FBI’s Washington...
    US President Donald Trumps supporters gather outside the Capitol building in Washington D.C., United States on January 06, 2021.Tayfun Coskun | Anadolu Agency | Getty Images WASHINGTON –The FBI is requesting the public help identify individuals that took part in the pro-Trump riots at the U.S. Capitol Wednesday. "We are accepting tips and digital media depicting rioting or violence in and around the U.S. Capitol on January 6," the FBI wrote on Twitter. "If you have witnessed unlawful violent actions, we urge you to submit any information, photos, or videos that could be relevant at fbi.gov/USCapitol," the federal agency wrote in a subsequent release. The mayhem at the U.S. Capitol resulted in the death of four people and led to 52 arrests. The riots that broke out in Washington also forced the U.S. Congress to recess from the joint session that was scheduled to formally announce President-elect Joe Biden's victory in...
    The FBI’s office in Washington, D.C. is seeking the public’s help to identify members of the pro-Trump mob that stormed the U.S. Capitol building on Wednesday. “The FBI is seeking information that will assist in identifying individuals who are actively instigating violence in Washington, DC. The FBI is accepting tips and digital media depicting rioting and violence in the U.S. Capitol Building and surrounding area in Washington, DC, on January 6, 2021,” reads a notice from the FBI’s Washington Field Office. “If you have witnessed unlawful violent actions, we urge you to submit any information, photos, or videos that could be relevant at fbi.gov/USCapitol,” the FBI page says. The page provides a form to submit images and videos “related to possible violations of federal law committed.” “Our goal is to preserve the public’s constitutional right to protest by protecting everyone from violence and other criminal activity.” (RELATED: PHOTOS: The ‘Stop...
    (CNN)The FBI is asking Americans to step up and help them identify the people that participated in Wednesday's riot and insurrection at the US Capitol.It's not just tips and information that the agency wants, it's also asking for photos or videos."The FBI is seeking information that will assist in identifying individuals who are actively instigating violence in Washington, DC," it said on its website. We offer several ways to reach our journalists securely. "The FBI is accepting tips and digital media depicting rioting and violence in the U.S. Capitol Building and surrounding area in Washington, DC, on January 6, 2021."Some of the individuals that participated have already come forward or have since been identified by CNN and other news organizations.Read MoreTo submit videos or photos of the riot, click here or go to fbi.gov/USCapitol.To submit information, call ‪1-800-CALL-FBI (1-‪800-225-5324), click here or go to tips.fbi.gov.
    WASHINGTON, D.C. (WJZ) — The FBI is seeking information related to the violent attack on the U.S. Capitol Wednesday. They are looking for help identifying people who instigated the violence in Washington D.C. A violent mob stormed the Capitol just before 3 p.m. while lawmakers were working on affirm the results of the U.S. presidential election. The group of Trump supporters were there for a “Save America” rally. It was just hours after President Donald Trump addressed a crowd of protesters at the Ellipse. According to a press release from the FBI, they are “accepting tips and digital media depicting rioting and violence in the U.S. Capitol Building and surrounding area in Washington, D.C., on January 6, 2021.” “If you have witnessed unlawful violent actions, we urge you to submit any information, photos, or videos that could be relevant at fbi.gov/USCapitol,” the press release stated. “Please use this form to...
    The FBI is seeking help from the public to identify individuals involved in a security breach at the U.S. Capitol on Wednesday.  The agency tweeted a statement early Thursday saying it was seeking information that will assist in "identifying individuals who are actively instigating violence." "If you have witnessed unlawful violent actions, we urge you to submit any information, photos, or videos that could be relevant at fbi.gov/USCapitol," the FBI wrote.  COMEY SAYS BIDEN ATTORNEY GENERAL SHOULD NOT INVESTIGATE TRUMP During the chaos, these individuals broke windows, entered both the Senate and House chambers and entered into the offices of lawmakers, including House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif. Robert J. Contee III, the city's top cop, said during a press conference late Wednesday there have been at least 52 arrests – 47 because of curfew violations. Police stand guard after holding off Trump supporters who tried to break through a police barrier, Wednesday, Jan. 6, 2021, at the Capitol...
    The Greenbelt, Maryland, police officer who was struck while responding to a crash remains hospitalized with critical injuries. Master Police Officer Chris Peters has been with the Greenbelt Police Department for 22 years. She was helping the U.S. Park Police with a crash on Edmonston Road north of Cherrywood Lane on Jan. 2, around 10 p.m., when she was struck outside her patrol vehicle. Peters was taken to the hospital by helicopter. The driver of the car that hit her remained on the scene.
    Mastering Six Sigma requires you to follow a certification roadmap from White Belt, which validates your understanding of the basics, to Black Belt, or expert level. Along the way, you’ll learn how to identify the root causes of business problems using 5 Why Analysis, analyze data in Minitab, visualize an organization from an end-to-end perspective and so much more.  From there, you can delve into the Lean courses in order to identify and eliminate waste, or you can expand on your Minitab skills and become adept at executing control charts. The choice is yours.  Every company will benefit from hiring more Lean and Six Sigma-certified professionals, and with The 2021 Six Sigma Training Suite Bundle, you can learn both. All 15 courses would normally set you back $2,998, but you can purchase them all today for $32, or 98% off. Prices are subject to change. News Brig is teaming up...
    By AMY BETH HANSON, Associated Press HELENA, Mont. (AP) — A mysterious organization that spent $5 million in support of Montana's successful ballot measures to legalize recreational marijuana must identify its donors, the commissioner of political practices has ruled. Commissioner Jeff Mangan found Monday that the group North Fund violated Montana's campaign practices laws by failing to report where it got its money. He ordered the organization to identify its donors within 10 days. Washington-based North Fund could face a civil penalty for registering with Montana's commissioner of political practices as an incidental political committee when Mangan's office determined it should have registered as an independent committee. Independent committees must disclose donors. North Fund spokesperson Naomi Seligman said Tuesday the organization does not comment on ongoing legal matters. In September, Seligman said North Fund supported “innovative social entrepreneurship, educational initiatives, and advocacy campaigns across the country that lift up communities...
    BALTIMORE (WJZ) — Officials from the FBI and the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the District of Maryland are trying to identify victims who may have lost money as part of a $28 million Ponzi scheme based in Maryland. In a news release, the FBI said three people, Dennis Jali, John Frimpong and Arley Johnson, got or tried to get investors to give them a total of more than $28 million, which the trio said would be invested in cryptocurrency and foreign exchange markets. Instead, the trio, who allegedly posed as pastors, is accused of using the money for personal expenses and to repay past investors. All three have been arrested. They were charged in July. READ MORE: Maryland Men Presenting Themselves As Pastors Charged In $28M Scheme Officials previously said Jali owned and served as the CEO of a Maryland-based investment company, The Smart Partners LLC, which did business as...
    LOS ANGELES (KABC) -- The Los Angeles County Department of Health Services and Harbor-UCLA Medical Center are asking for the public's help in identifying a patient who was apparently hit by a car that fled the scene in Hawthorne.The hospital says the man was found lying unresponsive in the middle of a street with his skateboard on Christmas morning at 118th Street and Hawthorne Boulevard.The man is described as Latino with a mustache, brown eyes, black hair, with a thin build and weighs around 140 pounds. He is in his early to mid-20s and is about 5 feet 4 inches tall.He has the words "love" tattooed on the right wrist, "justice" tattooed on the left wrist and a dragon or serpent tattooed on the right upper arm.Officials are trying to identify him since he had no form of ID on him.Anyone with information that may help to identify him is...
    HAWTHORNE (CBSLA) — A man found unresponsive in the street on Thursday has been admitted to the hospital, but officials are still trying to identify him. The victim appeared to have gotten hit by a car, L.A. County Department of Health Services said, and he was found lying in the middle of the street at 118th Street and Hawthorne Boulevard with his skateboard nearby. Officials circulated a photo of him on Monday to help identify him since he did not have any ID on his person when he was found. Photo provided by Harbor-UCLA Medical Center The man is described as in his 20s, Latino, 5’4″ and 140 pounds with thin to regular build, black hair, brown eyes and a mustache. He has tattoos of the words “love” and “justice” on his wrists and a dragon or serpent on his right arm. He is being treated at Harbor-UCLA Medical Center...
    Children who self-identify as being part of a sexual and gender minority — including gay, bisexual and/or transgender — are more likely to be obese than their peers.   A study found sexual and gender minority children are 64 per cent more at risk of being obese than heterosexual youngsters.  Data from the study also found this subset of children are 3.5 times as likely to suffer from a binge-eating disorder.   Children who self-identify as being part of a sexual and gender minority — including gay, bisexual and/or transgender — are 64 per cent more likely to be obese than their peers (stock photo) Almost 12,000 US children with an average age were quizzed with questions like 'Are you gay or bisexual?' and 'Are you transgender?' by researchers from the Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences (USU) in Maryland, US.  They answered with one of four answers: 'yes', 'maybe', 'no' or...
    With only a few days to go until Christmas, and the majority of the UK in lockdown, many people will be looking for ways to pass the time before tucking into their turkey and sprouts. So the brains at Select Car Leasing have come up with a fiendish but fun motoring quiz to really test the grey matter. All 16 clues refer to a motoring term or car-related object - and while some may appear straightforward to some, there are a fair few that will require some lateral thinking to arrive at the correct answer.  The answers are below – but no peeking too early! RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Has lockdown ruined your Christmas shopping plans? Don't... Glamorous grandmother kicks off her beauty pageant success... McDonald's launches a bizarre new burger with Spam, OREOS... Who needs turkey? McDonald's will launch new...
    + Google researchers want to help prevent food waste (Photo: Breeding / Delta Project) US only To us, 40% is wasted on food supply. At the same time, millions of Americans do not have enough to eat. It occurs repeatedly in many countries, including Brazil, and the problem of food insecurity is exacerbated during epidemics. With this in mind, Google researchers are trying to avoid innovation Food waste. Find out more Part of this problem is caused by a logistics problem. “We have more food than we need in the world, but we have not done a good job of distributing it to people who really need it,” says Emily Ma, Group X Chairperson, who is part of a branch Google It seeks solutions to make the world a better place. Along with his team, he has created Delta Project, Which is developing two tools to help reduce food...
    The FBI is probing whether Nashville's Christmas Day bombing was deliberately designed to target police officers, after they were lured into the area prior to the massive explosion.  The blast - which injured three people and caused massive damage to the city's downtown area - emanated from a white RV parked on Second Avenue at 6.40 am Friday.  Officers had been called to the scene shortly before the explosion amid reports of a shooting. However, they arrived to find the vehicle playing an announcement saying that the RV would explode in 15 minutes. One expert is now theorizing that the spooky recording was designed to bring as many cops and first responders as possible into the area with the intention of killing or maiming them.   'I kind of think it was probably an idea to get first responders to come in,' ex-NYPD Detective Bill Ryan told Fox News on Saturday. ...
    LOS ANGELES (CBSLA) — Help is needed to identify a man who has been a patient at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center since June. (credit: Cedars-Sinai Medical Center) The man first arrived at the West LA hospital on June 16. Cedars-Sinai Medical Center reached out Tuesday for the public’s help in the hopes of connecting him with family or friends. “Now that we have taken care of his medical needs, our goal is to help him secure social services such as housing and food assistance,” Cedars-Sinai social worker La Kisha Hooker said in a statement. “But that means he needs an identity. We hope someone from the public sees his photo and gets in touch so we can help our patient. The man is described as about 65 years old, with a possible birthdate in October of 1955. He is 5-foot-6, 177 pounds, with gray hair, a full beard a mustache, and...
    NEWLY engaged Ariana Grande has shown off the huge £564,000 sparkling engagement ring given to her by boyfriend Dalton Gomez. The Thank U, Next singer isn't the only person to have some seriously impressive bling. 2 Ariana Grande showed off her incredible engagement ring after getting engagedCredit: Instagram 2 The popular singer took to Instagram to show off her impressive ring as she shared numerous photos alongside her fiancé Dalton GomezCredit: Instagram From royals to Hollywood A-listers, it’s not an official engagement until the stars have flashed their rocks for all to see. Reckon you could identify what bling belongs to who? There's only one way to find out. Take our quiz to see if you can match the celebrity with their knock-out engagement rings.... MOST READ IN FABULOUSBEGINNINGSDaily Chinese Horoscope Monday December 21: What your zodiac sign has in storeBLESSING IN DISGUISEChapel with graveyard could be yours but inside...
    ST. LOUIS (AP) — Authorities have identified a man who was shot to death in St. Louis late Thursday. St. Louis Police said Saturday that 26-year-old Michael Woods was found dead inside a vehicle around 11 p.m. Thursday. The vehicle was found in the 3800 block of Lee Avenue near Fairground Park. Homicide detectives are investigating Woods' death. Copyright 2020 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed. Tags: Associated Press, crime, Missouri
    TRIBUTES have been paid to a "lovely girl" found dead in a suitcase in London after neighbours complained of a "foul smell". Cops are probing the "unexplained death" after she was discovered by a painter at the Pay and Sleep hostel in Southall, West London. 7Forensic experts were seen outside the property on Friday eveningCredit: (c) UkNewsinPictures 7The Met Police confirmed an investigation was ongoingCredit: (c) UkNewsinPictures 7Locals have said the property above a hair salon was emptyCredit: London News Pictures Neighbours had reportedly detected a “foul odour” that had lasted for around two weeks. Tributes have flooded in for the woman after the grim discovery was made yesterday afternoon. The deceased was described by another resident as a "beautiful" Polish woman in her 40s. The resident, who wanted to remain anonymous, said: "She was a beautiful woman. "She had a bit of a drinking problem but wasn't that crazy...
    Officials at St. John's Riverside Hospital in Yonkers are attempting to find out who a patient is and any family or friends.  The patient, who doesn't know who he is, has been at the acute care hospital for five weeks, said Denise C. Mananas, senior director of External & Business Affairs. Because he is well, the hospital is hoping to find his family or friends so he can go home, she added. He has used the names Ramon Rodriguez and Tony DeLeon, but those are not his name. He is also believed to have ties to Brooklyn, New Rochelle, and Yonkers.  Anyone with information should contact the hospital at 914-798-8904.
    Hong Kong (CNN Business)Alibaba (BABA) says that it has stopped trying to identify faces by ethnicity after the company was accused this week of creating a facial recognition system meant to detect Uyghurs.The Chinese tech company released its statement after The New York Times and IPVM, a surveillance industry publication, reported that a division of Alibaba showed its clients how they could use its technology to identify members of the Uyghur community in videos and images.The system was built by Alibaba's cloud computing team, and allegedly included the example: "Is this a Uyghur?" in an algorithm, according to the report. It also reportedly included code to recognize if someone was a "minority" or "Asian."In a statement Thursday, Alibaba said that it was "dismayed to learn that Alibaba Cloud developed a facial recognition technology in a testing environment that included ethnicity as an algorithm attribute for tagging video imagery."Alibaba did not...