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The ship's captain was medically evacuated from the Fitzgerald At approximately 2:30 AM local time, the Fitzgerald collided with a Philippine flagged container ship about 50 nautical miles southwest of Yokosuka, Japan. Seven American sailors were missing immediately after the collision and several others were injured. The ship's captain was among the injured and the executive officer assume command as the destroyer limped under its own power back to port, with the assistance of the Japanese coast guard.[1]

In early 2017, Breibart confirmed that the Mercer family held a previously undisclosed ownership interest in the site. [2]

In 2011 Billionaire conservative activist Robert Mercer endowed Breitbart with at least $11 million.[3]

He remains a lieutenant in the Navy Reserve. [4]

On August 24, 2016, while operating in the northern end of the Perisan Gulf, the Squall fired three 50 caliber machine gun warning shots at an Iranian Revolutionary Guards boat which had been harassing the Squall, the USS Tempest and a ship of the Kuwati navy. During the encounter, the Iranian boat closed within 200 yards of the Tempest and ignored earlier warnings to leave the area conveyed by radio and loud speaker and reinforced with the firing of flares. In accordance with standard maritime procedure, the warning shots were fired into the water. The Iranian boat then left the area.[5][6]

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Putnam County senior center[edit]

Ailes's with his wife, Elizabeth, through their charity, ACI Senior Development Corp., promised $500,000 toward the completion of a senior center in Putnam County, New York. Local opposition to Ailes' participation in the project arose after publication of the sexual harassment accusations against him and in response to a Journal News report about previously undisclosed conditions attached to the proposed gift. Under those conditions, ACI would act as general contractor for the project with no obligation to conduct competitive bidding before awarding construction management and other subcontracts. Further, ACI was excused from any obligation to pay prevailing wages to workers on the project, workers and subcontractors would have no recourse against ACI in case of payment disputes and ACI would deliver its work without warranty.[9][10] After extensive public objection to Ailes's participation at an August 2, 2016, public hearing, the Putnam County Legislature voted against adoption of the proposed charitable donation agreement with ACI, essentially rejecting Ailes's offered gift.[11]

The Putnam County News and Recorder[edit]

Ailes's wife, Elizabeth Ailes, is the owner and publisher of local New York state newspapers The Putnam County News & Recorder and The Putnam County Courier.[12][13]

Klondike Gold Rush National Historical Park[edit]

Skagway houses the headquarters of the Klondike Gold Rush National Historical Park and the park owns several buildings in the historic business district.[14]

Keating's grandson, Petty Officer 1st Class Charlie Keating IV, a Navy SEAL, was killed in combat with ISIS in Iraq on May 3, 2016.[15][16]

On April 1. 2016, the Navy Times reported that the Navy had withdrawn Train's nomination to succeed Branch in favor of Vice Admiral Jan Tighe, previously commander of the Navy’s Cyber Command. Branch's security clearance remains in suspension, meaning he continues to be unable to review classified documents or attend meetings where classified information is discussed.[17]


On March 2, 2016, following disappointing results in the Super Tuesday primaries, Carson told his supporters that he did not see "a political path forward" to the Republican domination. Although he did not formally suspend his campaign, he did announce that he would not attend the debate scheduled for March 3, 2016.[18]

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was a June 9, 1980 U.S. Supreme Court decision affirming the decision of the California Supreme Court in a case that arose out of a free speech dispute between the Pruneyard Shopping Center in Campbell, California, and several local high school students (who wished to solicit signatures for a petition against United Nations General Assembly Resolution 3379).[1] | decision of the California Supreme Court

Harwood closed the mill in January 2008 due to a slump in lumber prices, laying off about 200 of its 240 employees.[20] The company never recovered. Wells Fargo Bank foreclosed on Harwood's real estate and equipment during the company's subsequent Chapter 7 bankruptcy and the bank then sold all of the company's assets at auction in November 2008.[8][21] Fire destroyed one of the vacated buildings in January 2009.[22] A second building was destroyed by another fire in September 2009.[23][8]

Although Branch remained in his post during the long Justice Department investigation, his security clearance was not restored, relegating him to administrative duties.[24]

Victims[edit]

In addition to Sawsey, the gunman killed Ke'Arre M. Stewart, an Iraq war veteran, who leaves behind a wife and children.[26] The third victim is Jennifer Markovsky, the mother of a son and daughter. She was a 1997 graduate of Waianae High School in Honolulu.[27]

Swasey, 44, was a married father of two young children. Before he joined the UCCS police force, he was a nationally ranked figure skater and ice dancer. A Christian, he was active in his church.[28]

Suspect[edit]

Robert L. Dear Jr., 57 at the time of his arrest, was born in South Carolina and spent most of his life in the Carolinas before moving to Hartsel, Colorado in 2014, where he lived in a travel trailer. Although he apparently never served time in jail, in 1997 his then wife called police to report that Dear had locked her out of their house. In 2002, he was arrested, but not later charged, as a peeping Tom after a neighbor complained. Local police records show several other run-ins with neighbors.[29][30]


Texas v. United States[edit]

In December 2014, Texas and 25 other states sued in the District Court for the Southern District of Texas asking the court to enjoin implementation of both DAPA and the the DACA expansion.[31][32] On February 16, 2015, Judge Andrew S. Hanen issued a preliminary injunction blocking the program from going into effect while the lawsuit proceeds.[33][34]

The Obama Administration appealed the order for a preliminary injunction and asked the 5th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in New Orleans to stay the district court's injunction pending appeal.[35] On May 26, 2015, the administration's motion for a stay was denied by a three member motions panel with one dissent, meaning that the government could not implement DAPA until the Fifth Circuit ruled on the appeal of the injunction order itself.[36][37] That ruling came on November 9, 2015, with a three member panel of the Fifth Circuit affirming the district court's preliminary injunction, with one dissent. [38] On November 10, 2015, the Justice Department announced it would ask the Supreme Court to reverse.[39]

Media attacks on credibility[edit]

Various media organizations have challenged a number of Carson's statements about his personal history and other assertions of fact. Carson has characterized those challenges as a media "witch hunt."[40]

Childhood violence[edit]

In his book Gifted Hands, Carson relates that, in his youth, he had a violent temper. He said he once tried to hit his mother over the head with a hammer over a clothes dispute and, that while in the ninth grade, he attempted to stab a friend who had changed the station on the radio; the blade broke in his friend's belt buckle.[41][42][43] After this incident, Carson said that he began reading the Book of Proverbs and applying verses on anger. As a result, Carson states he "never had another problem with temper".[44][45][46] But nine friends, classmates and neighbors who grew up with Carson told CNN in 2015 they did not remember the anger or violence that Carson has described; all expressed surprise about the incidents that Carson said had happened.[47]

In his various books and at campaign events, Carson claims that as a child he had a very violent temper. He relates an attack he made against a schoolmate with a combination lock and an attempt to strike his mother with a hammer. He also claims his attempt at age 14 to stab a friend with what he has variously described as a large camping knife or a pocketknife led to a religious transformation when the knife blade broke as it struck the friend's belt buckle, concealed beneath his clothing, saving the friend from serious injury or even death.[48] Carson claimed that after his religious epiphany arising from the knife incident, he was able to overcome his violent temper through faith.

Carson also has claimed that he spent much of his childhood in a very impoverished neighbor in Detroit. In October 2015, CNN interviewed more than a dozen people who knew Carson could not Carson has also claimed that he protected white students in a biology lab after some black students began rioting. The Wall Street Journal confirmed the riot but found no one who remembered Carson sheltering white students.[49]

West Point scholarship[edit]

Also in his autobiography, Carson claimed he had been offered a "scholarship" to West Point. In fact, Carson had never applied to the military academy. (In point of fact, the academy does not award scholarships to anyone. [40] Cadets receive a free education and room and board in exchange for a commitment to serve in the military for at least five years after graduation.) In response to the Wall Street Journal article, Carson explained that he was at the top high school ROTC student in Detroit and he understood that he had been told he would be admitted if he applied[40].

Also in his autobiography, Carson claimed he had dinner with General William Westmoreland on Memorial Day in Detroit in 1969. Pentagon records, however, show that Westmoreland was not in Detroit on that date or the preceding or following days. According to those records, Westmoreland was in Washington, D.C. on the evening in question, engaged in a "boat ride on the Potomac."[50]

Psychology test[edit]

In his autobiography Gifted Hands, Carson narrates an incident in a Yale psychology course, Perceptions 301, during which the instructor told the class that their answers to a written test had been destroyed in a fire and that they would have to be retested. When, Carson claims, the students discovered that the retest was significantly harder than the original they all, except for him, walked out of the classroom in protest. The instructor then told Carson that the report of the destruction was a hoax intended to find "the most honest student in the class." Carson further claimed that a story about the incident in the Yale Daily News featured his photo. The Wall Street Journal confirmed that Yale has never had a course with that name and number during Carson's time at the school, that there was no story in the campus newspaper.[49]

Popeye's robbery[edit]

In making comments to various media outlets about the shooting incident at Umpqua Community College, in Roseburg, Oregon, Carson claimed that he had been the potential victim of an armed robbery at a Popeyes restaurant while a medical resident in Baltimore. Although the Baltimore Police Department could find no record of the specific incident Carson described, the number of other incidents at the restaurant he was probably talking about made his assertion plausible.[51]

Mannatech[edit]

When questioned about his relationship with the company at the October 28, 2015, CNBC GOP debate, Carson said, "That's easy to answer. I didn't have any involvement with [Mannatech]. Total propaganda. I did a couple speeches for them. I did speeches for other people - they were paid speeches. It is absolutely absurd to say I had any kind of relation with them. Do I take the product? Yes. I think it is a good product."[52] Politifact rated that statement as "false," pointing to Carson's paid speeches for the firm and his appearances in promotional videos in which he gave favorable reviews to its products, despite not being "an official spokesman or sales associate."[53] But when the CNBC moderator stated in a follow question that Carson was on the company's website, Carson said that he did not give the company permission to do so, and the debate crowd loudly booed the moderator's follow-up question. Carson had earlier attempted to distance himself from the company, stating that he was unaware of the company's legal history.[54]

Assertion of dubious facts[edit]

In 1998, Carson publicly expressed the view that the Pyramids of Giza were not tombs, but rather silos built by Joseph son of Jacob to store grain in preparation for the famine depicted in the Book of Genesis. He also stated that various scientists believe only ancient aliens could have designed the structures. When asked about these views in 2015, he reiterated them. Archaeologists strongly disagreed with Carson's comments; the pyramids could not be used to store grain because pyramids are not hollow, Ancient Egyptians had granaries that have been well studied, there is evidence of burials inside pyramids, and Ancient Egyptians left funerary instructions inside the pyramids.[55][56][57]

Taxation[edit]

Inspired by biblical tithing, Carson has proposed a flat personal and corporate income and capital gains tax of 10 to 15 percent with elimination of all deductions and abolition of the estate tax.[58][59] Politifact has concluded that this scheme would create a $1 trillion annual deficit and rated Carson's assertion to the contrary at the October 28, 2015 GOP debate as "false."[60]


In 2015, Joan Weill, nee Mosher, wife of financier and philanthropist Sanford I. Weill, offered $20 million to Paul Smith's College, but only if it changed its name to Joan Weill-Paul Smith's College, a change that would violate the terms of the devise of the school's real property, which required that the school be "forever known" as Paul Smith's College of Arts and Sciences. Paul Smith's has applied to the New York Supreme Court for a release from the naming clause of the donor's will. The college argues that its continued financial survival depends on receipt of Mrs. Weill's $20 million gift. Notwithstanding that argument, there is considerable opposition to the requested name change from alumni and others. Mrs. Weill and her husband had previously donated several million dollars to the school and its library and student center are named after her.[61]

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When questioned about his relationship with the company at the October 28, 2015, CNBC GOP debate, Carson said, "I didn't have any involvement with [Mannatech]. That is total propaganda ...." [63] Politifact rated that statement as "false," pointing to Carson's paid speeches for the firm and his appearences in promotional videos in which he gave favorable reviews to its products, despite not being "an official spokesman or sales associate."[53] Carson had earlier attempted to distance himself from the company, stating that he was unaware of the company's legal history.[64]

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U.S. President Barack Obama graduated from Punahou in 1979.[65]

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[[2]]On November 8, 2013, the Navy temporarily relieved Adm. Branch of his duties and suspended his security clearance in connection with an NCIS bribery investigation involving Singapore-based defense contractor, Glenn Defense Marine Asia.[68][69] The investigation as to Branch involves a non-criminal accusation of "inappropriate conduct" associated with his acceptance of gifts from Glenn Defense Asia Marine during the time of his Pacific commands, before his appointment as chief of Naval Intelligence.[70]



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Jacobovici is suing Israeli archaeologist Joe Zias for libel in Israel, claiming US$2.3 Million in damages, after, according to Public Radio International, Zias accused Jacobovici of "Pimping off the Bible, trying to deceive the public, calculated deception, and propagating multi-million dollar schemes."[72]


At the request of the Chief Circuit Judge of the Fifth Circuit, Chief Justice John Roberts transferred the complaint to the Judicial Council of the District of Columbia Circuit. [73]

The city has gone through seven city managers in eight years. Its most recent manager, Greg Baker, who had served since July 2012, resigned under pressure from some city councilors in May 2013. He received a $321,620 severance payment. A vote to disincorporate the city is scheduled for November 2013


Anthony W. Batts has served as the Police Commissioner of the Baltimore Police Department, the 8th largest police department in the country, since September 2012. He had earlier served as the chief of the police departments of Oakland and Long Beach, California.

Batts worked in the Police Department]] for 27 years,[74] rising to Chief of Police in 2002.[75] Under Batts homicides decreased 45% and overall crime decreased 13% in Long Beach.[76]He announced his resignation on October 11, 2011, without specifying an effective date, and Mayor Jean Quan appointed Howard Jordan as an interim Chief as of October 13, 2011. Batts has said that he was motivated to seek the Oakland Chief of Police job by the aftermath of the killing of four Oakland police officers in March, 2009.[77]

In a March 20, 2012, email to the San Francisco Chronicle and other news media, Shocked claimed that her comments had been misinterpreted, and that she was not describing her own opinions about homosexuality, but rather those of some Christians.[78][79]

As a cardinal, Bergoglio was associated with Communion and Liberation, a conservative Catholic association of the faithful.[80]


Ellison reportedly plans to invest as much as $500,000,000 to add to and improve the island's infrastructure and to create an environmentally-friendly agricultural industry.[81][82]

Moved relief from duties to separate paragraph in lede, updated LA Times source; see Joe Paterno article for precedent. Mahony's conduct much worse than Paterno's.

On January 31, 2013, justs hour after a court order requiring the Archdiocese of Los Angeles, to release its unredacted files on clerical sexual abuse, Archbishop Jose Gomez relieved Cardinal Mahony of all of his public and administrative duties.

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Culliver had a difficult start in life. His mother, although she would eventually graduate from Temple University, was single and only 16 years old when he was born. Culliver has a brother four years his junior and twin siblings, a boy and a girl, who are eight years younger. In 1996, Culliver's step father and a cousin were shot to death, and his mother was wounded, in a Philadelphia bar. In college, a 20-year-old Culliver almost died from complications following routine shoulder surgery.[85]

Later, in a statement released by the 49ers, Culliver said, "The derogatory comments I made yesterday were a reflection of thoughts in my head, but they are not how I feel."[86]


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In January 2013, FAU professor James Tracy attracted national attention with a private blog post claiming that the Obama administration may have staged the Sandy Hook school massacre to sway public opinion in favor of gun control.[87][88]

As of 2013, this project seems to have ended in failure.[89] [90]

According to Charity Navigator, WWP allocates 55 percent of its revenue to program expenses and 44.8 percent to fundraising and administrative expenses.[91]


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The organization, particularly president William Donohue, was mocked in the South Park episode, "Fantastic Easter Special, which first aired on April 4, 2007.[95]

The show is about the Duggar family, which consists of parents Jim Bob and Michelle Duggar and their 19 living children: nine girls and ten boys (including two sets of fraternal twins), who all have names beginning with the letter "J". The series began on September 29, 2008.[96] Season nine will start on February 14, 2012.[97]

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The Duggars are evangelical Christians who are part of a sometimes criticized underground conservative Christian movement known as Quiverfull, a group that believes that any form of birth control is inappropriate, because all children are a blessing from God.[98] Due to their fundamentalist biblical beliefs, they practice the following: only watching wholesome family television on DVD, and various historical events; restricted Internet use; wearing modest clothing—which includes modest-wear swimsuits; male family members keeping their hair cut short, and the females keeping their hair long. Instead of dating, they practice chaperoned courtship, which includes the couple abstaining from physical contact. In the event of engagement, the suitor seeks permission from his girlfriend's father before asking her to be his wife. The children are home-schooled using a mix of materials, including those of Switched On Schoolhouse, Institute in Basic Life Principles (IBLP), and Accelerated Christian Education (ACE).[10] For college studies, several of the older kids use the CollegePlus! program.[11]


Powers briefly dated former Congressman Anthony Weiner in 2002, and remained his close friend after their romantic relationship ended. After initially defending him when the story of Weiner's sexting scandal first broke, Powers later condemned his conduct and called for his resignation from Congress.[99]

Powers briefly dated former Congressman Anthony Weiner in 2002, and remained his close friend after their romantic relationship ended. After initially defending him when the story of Weiner's sexting scandal first broke, Powers later condemned his conduct and called for his resignation from Congress.[100]

On February 11, 2012, Houston was found dead in her guest room at the Beverly Hilton Hotel, in Beverly Hills, California, of causes not immediately known.[101] News of her death, the day before the 2012 Grammy Awards, dominated American and international media, especially cable news, for several days.[102]

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On October 1, 2011, Douglas County, Colorado sheriff's deputies arrested Davis in Highlands Park, Colorado, at the Town Center in Highlands Ranch, for third-degree assault and disorderly conduct, both misdemeanors, stemming from a dispute between Davis and a 50 year old man about a parking space. The other man was not charged and was treated at the scene for minor injuries. Davis was released after he posted a $1,750 bond. [110][111]

On February 11, 2012, Houston was found dead at the Beverly Hilton Hotel, in Beverly Hills, California, of causes not immediately known.[112]

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