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    The head of human resources at Charlie Hebdo — the French satirical magazine targeted in a deadly radical Islamic terror attack in January 2015 — has been forced to flee her home because of death threats. What are the details?BBC News reported Tuesday that Marika Bret told a French newspaper that her security guards received...
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    Some of Glacier National Parks glaciers have lost as much as 80% of their size in the last 50 years As far as the economy goes, we might want to start spelling pandemic with a K Savvy Americans do this to earn an extra...
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    Iran’s supreme leader, Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, lashed out Tuesday at cartoons of Muhammad republished by a French satirical magazine last week, saying they were “unforgivable.” “The grave and unforgivable sin committed by a French weekly in insulting the luminous and holy personality of (the) Prophet revealed, once more, the hostility and malicious grudge harboured by...
    Imam Yahya Pallavicini, president of the Italian Islamic Religious Community (Coreis), has condemned the republishing of Charlie Hebdo Mohammed cartoons. The Muslim leader told Italian media the publication was “a confirmation of their insensitivity and their crude pursuit of notoriety based on provocation and unintelligent satire”. Ezzedin Elzir, who serves as Imam of Florence and is a former...
    Istanbul, Sep 2 . .- The Turkish Foreign Ministry on Wednesday condemned the publication of cartoons of Muhammad in the French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo, on the occasion of the start of the trial against the jihadists who attacked the weekly’s newsroom in 2015 and ended with the lives of 12...
    People hold a sign reading ''I am Charlie'' after observing a minute of silence in in Marseille, France, on January 8, 2015 for the victims of an attack by armed gunmen on the offices of French satirical newspaper Charlie Hebdo. Getty Paris — More than five years after the deadly attack on the Paris offices...
    Paris (CNN)Fourteen people have gone on trial in Paris over their alleged involvement in a series of deadly terrorist attacks in the city, which began in the offices of French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo, and ended at a kosher supermarket two days later.The suspects are accused of having provided logistical support to the perpetrators --...
    French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo has republished cartoons of the Prophet Muhammad ahead of the trial of the 14 people accused of helping to carry out the Islamist attack in January 2015, numerous sources reported. The 12 original cartoons of the Prophet Muhammad include Muhammad wearing a bomb instead of a turban, and the French...
    CLICK HERE if you’re having trouble viewing media on a mobile device. ‘Black Panther’ star Chadwick Boseman dies at 43 Boseman played Black icons Jackie Robinson and James Brown “with searing intensity before finding fame as the regal Black Panther in the Marvel cinematic universe,” the Associated Press reported. He died after a four-year battle...
    French satirical newspaper Charlie Hebdo — whose almost whole editorial team was murdered by Islamist gunmen in 2015 — has reprinted a series of cartoons of Islam’s Mohammed to coincide with 13 people going on trial for the terror attack which targeted the publication. Charlie Hebdo, which has long made its name in eviscerating all...
    Satirical French newspaper Charlie Hebdo, the target of a 2015 massacre by Islamic extremists, will republish cartoons of the Prophet Mohammed to coincide with the start of a trial for the terror attack. The 2015 attack left 12 people dead when gunman swarmed Charlie Hebdo's offices, killing 11 employees and a policeman nearby in Paris. In the following days, additional attacks left five more people dead until three attackers were killed in shootouts...
    Charlie Hebdo magazine will republish the cartoons of the Prophet Muhammad that inspired a brutal terror attack against its office more than five years ago. Trials for the alleged co-conspirators in that attack are set to begin on Wednesday. The new edition of the magazine will be published that same day. On Jan. 7,...
    French satirical paper Charlie Hebdo will reprint controversial cartoons depicting the Prophet Mohammed cited by Islamic extremists in the 2015 terror attack on the newsroom. The decision comes ahead of Wednesday’s trial in Paris for alleged accomplices in the massacre that left 12 editorial employees dead at the weekly publication’s office. The magazine will...
    CHARLIE Hebdo is republishing cartoons of the Prophet Muhammad to mark the start of the trial over a "revenge" terror attack which left 12 dead. The French magazine became the focus of world attention in 2015 when two gunmen opened fire after storming its offices in Paris at the start of three days of bloodshed. ...
    Paris (CNN Business)French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo will republish controversial cartoons depicting the Prophet Mohammed this week as people allegedly involved in the deadly attack on its newsroom go on trial in Paris.The next edition of Charlie Hebdo, which will be published as the trial begins on Wednesday, carries not only the cartoons but a...
    France's Charlie Hebdo magazine is reprinting its controversial cartoons of the Prophet Mohammed to mark the start of a trial over the 2015 terror attack at the paper's offices.   'We will never lie down. We will never give up,' Charlie Hebdo director Laurent Sourisseau wrote in an editorial to go with the cartoons today.  Twelve...
    French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo will mark the opening of a terror trial over a deadly 2015 attack on their offices by reprinting the disparaging Mohammed cartoons that sparked the rampage. Twelve people were killed on January 7, 2015, when brothers Said and Cherie Kouachi stormed Charlie Hebdo’s Paris headquarters. Some of France’s most well...
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    Students read their school work in Arlene Lebowitz's third-grade class during summer school July 2, 2003 in Chicago, Illinois. A record number of students are expected at summer school due to a strong showing for a new voluntary program for mid-tier students and strict application of non-ITBS (Iowa Tests of Basic Skills) test promotion standards....
    Biden Says He Will Travel to Key States During Fall Campaign NHL postpones four playoff games on Thursday, Friday after players push to suspend play Scooby-Doo co-creator Joe Ruby dies at 87 Scooby-Doo co-creator Joe Ruby died Wednesday at the age of 87 in Westlake Village, Calif., according to Variety and Deadline. ©...
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    School officials in Wylie, Texas, apologized Thursday for a cartoon students received as part of an assignment that compared police to the KKK and slave owners. “This is abhorrent and disgusting, and only further widens the gap between police officers and the youth in our community,” Fraternal Order of Police (FOP) National Vice President Joe...
    Civil rights icon Martin Luther King in 1964. (Photo by Keystone/Getty Images) There is an uproar in Missouri as a recent cartoon took Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.’s famed “I Have a Dream” speech and used his words in a mocking manner. Read More: Kamala Harris cartoon in Murdoch newspaper declared ‘racist’ “I...
    WYLIE, Texas (CBSDFW.COM) – A controversial assignment at a Wylie ISD junior high has been called off after the National Fraternal Order of Police blasted the school district over it. The assignment involved political cartoons that compared law enforcement to slave owners and the KKK, showing different images of men with their knee on the...
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    "The Legend of Korra's" finale was particularly notable in 2014, when LGBTQ characters were few and far between in cartoons. Nickelodeon In 2014, Nickelodeon's "The Legend of Korra" gave its two heroines, Korra and Asami, a romantic resolution. Both creators of the series later confirmed that the characters were bisexual.  When the series'...
    CLICK HERE if you’re having trouble viewing media on a mobile device. Kamala Harris named Joe Biden’s vice presidential running mate The historic decision propelled Harris, 55, back onto the national stage after a disappointing end to her own run for the White House, which peaked with a shot at the man she now joins...
    CLICK HERE if you’re having trouble viewing media on a mobile device. The COVID-19 Pod Problem: Desperate Bay Area parents seek imperfect schooling solutions “Across think pieces and Facebook groups, education experts and parents are raising concerns that pods will exacerbate racial and economic inequities that already exist in American education. They worry about how...
    CLICK HERE if you’re having trouble viewing media on a mobile device. 1.13 million unemployed California workers trapped in EDD payment limbo The state’s Employment Development Department said it is aware of at least 1.13 million unpaid jobless claims over the four months from March through July. The unpaid claims break down this way:...
    CLICK HERE if you’re having trouble viewing media on a mobile device. Mysterious seed packages arriving across the Bay Area bring public warning Strange seeds arriving throughout the United States in recent weeks appear to be from China, according to the U.S. Department of Agriculture. Officials with the California Department of Agriculture are urging residents...
    CLICK HERE if you’re having trouble viewing media on a mobile device. Coronavirus myths go mainstream: Social platforms scrub conspiracy videos Facebook, Twitter and YouTube have removed a video featuring several doctors making false and dubious claims related to the coronavirus after it went viral earlier this week. The video, published by the right-wing media...
    CLICK HERE if you’re having trouble viewing media on a mobile device. Barr defends aggressive federal response to protests Attorney General William Barr on Tuesday railed against what he called rioters in Portland, Oregon, in combative testimony before the House Judiciary Committee in Congress. In his testimony, he denied comparisons between the federal government’s law...
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    CLICK HERE if you’re having trouble viewing media on a mobile device. White House turns on Dr. Anthony Fauci as disaster grows out of aggressive state openings Fauci has contradicted President Donald Trump’s false claims that the United States is leading the world in the coronavirus fight, refuted Trump’s statement that 99% of Covid-19 cases...
    CLICK HERE if you’re having trouble viewing media on a mobile device. California rolls back reopening as coronavirus cases surge Gov. Gavin Newsom’s order Monday forced the closure of several indoor business sectors across the state, with the recent reopening of Santa Clara County’s gyms and salons being especially short-lived. New plans unveiled for fall...
    Q: This is an election year. I saw a cartoon about Trump that was just plain offensive. Does anything go — legally, it’s all OK? -D.H., Hawthorne Ron Sokol  A: Political speech is a right fundamentally defended by the First Amendment. Unless actual malice can be proven with regard to a depiction, the public figure...
    CLICK HERE if you’re having trouble viewing media on a mobile device. School districts resist Education Secretary Betsy DeVos’ insistence on fall reopening Education Secretary Betsy DeVos has drawn the anger of school officials in districts across the country with repeated calls to reopen schools full time this fall amid the coronavirus pandemic. DeVos also...
    The Far Side cartoonist Gary Larson released his first new work in 25 years Tuesday, posting three cartoons to his website and revealing his digital debut.  Larson, 69, retired in 1995 citing deadline exhaustion but fans have still clamored for more ever since.  A website was launched just last year that republished selections from The...
    Nostalgic cartoon fans rejoice! After a quarter-century hiatus, reclusive cartoonist Gary Larson has returned to penning his hilarious “The Far Side” series with three new digitally-drawn strips now available on his website. The Seattle illustrator accompanied his creation’s second coming with a personal essay on why he decided to emerge from retirement. “The ‘New Stuff’...
    Nostalgic cartoon followers rejoice! After a quarter-century hiatus, reclusive cartoonist Gary Larson has returned to penning his hilarious “The Far Aspect” collection with three new digitally-drawn strips now obtainable on his web site. The Seattle illustrator accompanied his creation’s second coming with a private essay on why he determined to emerge from retirement. “The...
    Hulu offers a massive library of cartoons for kids movies spanning numerous age demographics. Whether it’s an educational half-hour for curious toddlers, an action-packed romp, or a heart-warming classic, Hulu’s likely to have something to stream for kids of all ages. Best Cartoons for Kids Best Cartoons for Teens and Tweens Best Cartoons...
    CLICK HERE if you’re having trouble viewing media on a mobile device. Physician overseeing U.S. response to COVID-19 pandemic says country “underestimated” community spread Dr. Deborah Birx made the comment Wednesday in a video conference hosted by the Atlantic Council think tank, according to the Washington Post. She added that leaders in states not hard-hit...
    CLICK HERE if you’re having trouble viewing media on a mobile device. U.S. adds 4.8 million jobs as unemployment falls to 11.1% The country has now recovered approximately one-third of the 22 million jobs lost amid the recession brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic, the Associated Press reported. June marked the second straight month of...