Orangs-outans : eux-aussi aiment nous regarder au zoo Australie – Une étude menée par des scientifiques de l’université de Melbourne semble prouver que les orangs-outans, loin d’être perturbés par les visiteurs qui les observent dans les parcs zoologiques, prennent autant de plaisir à les regarder que les humains venus les admirer. Cette étude montre que l’observation des gens qui les entourent est un passe-temps pour ces grands singes, tout comme il peut en être un pour bon nombre d’humains. À lire aussiCette vidéo retrace l’évolution de nos ancêtres en moins de 2 minutesL’expérience, menée avec cinq orangs-outans du zoo de Melbourne, a consisté à opacifier la moitié de la vitre permettant d’observer les animaux dans leur enclos, laquelle permet également aux animaux d’observer leurs visiteurs. Cette installation laissait le choix aux singes de se dissimuler ou de s’offrir aux regards. Peu désireux de préserver leur intimité, les singes ont montré qu’ils préféraient presque toujours siéger face au public, devant la vitre leur permettant de voir et d’être vus. Les données compilées par les scientifiques de l’université de Mebourne montrent que les grands singes passent ainsi quatre fois plus de temps à observer les gens qu’à réaliser d’autres activités dans la partie aveugle de leur enclos. Paul Hemsworth, un spécialiste du bien-être animal ayant participé à l’étude, commente ces résultats : “Si les orangs-outans trouvaient la présence des visiteurs stressante, on pourrait s’attendre à ce qu’ils passent plus de temps dans la partie de leur enclos abritée des regards. Or, nous avons observé le contraire : ils sont attirés par la partie ouverte et y passent le plus clair de leur temps. Cela suggère que les humains sont pour eux une distraction”. Le scientifique précise cependant que ces résultats pourraient être différent chez d’autres espèces animales, et que des recherches complémentaires doivent être effectuées avant de tirer des conclusions générales sur le stress imposé par la présence de l’homme aux animaux en captivité. Le 13 juin 2010 à 12:04 • Emmanuel Perrin
Des lycéens analysent des données du LHCDepuis ce vendredi jusqu’au 26 mars prochain, plus de 600 lycéens français sont invités par le CNRS à analyser de vraies données du LHC, l’accélérateur de particules le plus puissant du monde, et à échanger leurs résultats avec d’autres classes du monde entier. L’accélérateur de particules le plus puissant au monde s’apprête à redémarrer. Pendant ce temps, 600 lycéens sont invités dans huit laboratoires du CNRS à analyser les données des toutes premières collisions entre protons obtenues l’an dernier. Une initiative qui intervient dans le cadre des Masterclasses internationales organisées avec le Cern à Genève.Les chercheurs d’un jour se verront proposer une série d’activités parmi lesquelles la redécouverte de la structure du proton, la reconstruction des “particules étranges” ou bien la chasse au boson de Higgs. Les jeunes seront accompagnés toute la journée par des chercheurs et auront l’opportunité d’échanger par vidéoconférence avec d’autres lycéens du monde entier, indique le CNRS. L’occasion de discuter, en anglais, de leurs résultats, à la manière des physiciens des grandes collaborations internationales. Une façon très intéressante d’éveiller la curiosité des jeunes pour l’univers de la physique. Le 4 mars 2011 à 14:59 • Emmanuel Perrin
DANIA BEACH, FLA. (WSVN) – The U.S. Coast Guard rescued three people from a boat sinking near Dania Beach, Tuesday, as well as a fourth person who was scuba diving in the water.The Coast Guard responded to the scene around 12:30 p.m. Rescue crews found a 23-foot boat taking on water, officials said.The three people on board the ship told the rescue crew that one person already entered the water in scuba gear.All four were safely brought to shore.The Coast Guard towed the boat to shore.Copyright 2019 Sunbeam Television Corp. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.
U.S. President Donald Trump’s administration unveiled a new rule on Monday that could deny visas & permanent residency to hundreds of thousands of people for being too poor. The long-anticipated rule, pushed by Trump’s leading aide on immigration, Stephen Miller, takes effect Oct. 15 and would reject applicants for temporary or permanent visas for failing to meet income standards or or for receiving public assistance such as welfare, food stamps, public housing or Medicaid. Also Read – Watch: Donald Trump says Florida faces absolute monster hurricane Advertise With Us Such a change would ensure that immigrants “are self-sufficient,” in that they “do not depend on public resources to meet their needs, but rather rely on their own capabilities, as well as the resources of family members, sponsors, and private organizations,” a notice published in the Federal Register said. “The principle driving it is an old American value and that’s self-sufficiency,” Ken Cuccinelli, the acting director of U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services, said in a Fox News interview published on Monday. Also Read – Pakistan test-fires 290-km range missile Advertise With Us “It will also have the long-term benefit of protecting taxpayers by ensuring people who are immigrating to this country don’t become public burdens, that they can stand on their own two feet, as immigrants in years past have done,” he said. The overhaul is part of President Donald Trump’s efforts to curb both legal and illegal immigration, an issue he has made a cornerstone of his presidency. Advertise With Us He has pledged to build a wall along the U.S. southern border with Mexico – initially saying Mexico would pay for it – and has pressed for changes to immigration laws. Both efforts have made little progress with lawmakers. This rule change on benefits could be the most drastic of all the Trump administration’s immigration policies, experts have said. Advocates for immigrants have criticized the plan as an effort to cut legal immigration without going through Congress to change U.S. law. Under the new rules, more than half of all family-based green card applicants would be denied, according to the Migration Policy Institute, a research organization. Some 800,000 green cards were granted in 2016. The new rule is derived from the Immigration Act of 1882, which allows the U.S. government to deny a visa to anyone likely to become a “public charge.” Immigration officers in recent years have defined visa applicants as a public charge if they are likely to become primarily dependent on government assistance. Most immigrants are ineligible for the major aid programs until they get green cards but the new rule published by the Department of Homeland Security expands the definition of a public charge that stands to disqualify more people. Applicants will now need to show higher levels of income to get a visa and the rule greatly expands the list of government benefits that would disqualify them from obtaining U.S. residency. Immigrant advocates have expressed concern the rule could negatively affect public health by dissuading immigrants from using health or food aid to which they or their children are entitled. Other parts of the Trump administration have taken or are contemplating similar approaches to penalize immigrants’ use of public assistance. The State Department changed its foreign affairs manual in January 2018 to give diplomats wider discretion in deciding visa denials on public-charge grounds. In the 2018 fiscal year, which ended last September, the number of visas denied on those grounds quadrupled compared to the previous year. The Justice Department also is considering a regulation that would dramatically expand the category of people who could be subject to deportation on the grounds that they use public benefits.
Photo: Reuters The White House vowed on Sunday to fight the news media “tooth and nail” over what it sees as unfair attacks, with a top adviser saying the Trump administration had presented “alternative facts” to counter low inauguration crowd estimates.On his first full day as president, Trump said he had a “running war” with the media and accused journalists of underestimating the number of people who turned out Friday for his swearing-in.White House officials made clear no truce was on the horizon on Sunday in television interviews that set a much harsher tone in the traditionally adversarial relationship between the White House and the press corps.”The point is not the crowd size. The point is the attacks and the attempt to delegitimise this president in one day. And we’re not going to sit around and take it,” chief of staff Reince Priebus said on “Fox News Sunday.”The sparring with the media has dominated Trump’s first weekend in office, eclipsing debate over policy and Cabinet appointments.It was the main theme at the Republican president’s first visit to the CIA, at the press secretary’s first media briefing and in senior officials’ first appearances on the Sunday talk shows.Together, they made clear the administration will continue to take an aggressive stance with news organizations covering Trump.”We’re going to fight back tooth and nail every day and twice on Sunday,” Priebus said.He repeated White House press secretary Sean Spicer’s assertions on Saturday that the media manipulated photographs of the National Mall to make the crowds on Friday look smaller than they really were.Aerial photographs showed the crowds were significantly smaller than when Barack Obama took over as president in 2009.The Washington subway system said it had 193,000 riders by 11am (1600 GMT) on Friday, compared with 513,000 at that time during the 2009 inauguration.Spicer’s categorical assertion that “this was the largest audience to ever witness an inauguration – period” was widely challenged in media reports citing crowd count experts and was lampooned on social media as well.Asked on NBC’s “Meet the Press” why the press secretary was uttering provable falsehoods, White House senior adviser Kellyanne Conway fired back.”If we are going to keep referring to our press secretary in those types of terms I think that we are going to rethink our relationship here,” she said.Conway responded to criticism that the new administration was focusing on crowds rather than on significant domestic and foreign policy issues by saying: “We feel compelled to go out and clear the air and put alternative facts out there.”Priebus and Conway focused on a press pool report that said the bust of civil rights icon Martin Luther King Jr. had been removed from the Oval Office after Trump took office. The report on Friday night was quickly corrected, but Trump called out the reporter by name during a visit to the Central Intelligence Agency on Saturday. Spicer also berated the reporter later in the day.RUSSIAN SHADOWSWith the 8 November election results shadowed by US intelligence reports of Russian meddling on his behalf, Trump has bristled at reports suggesting his popular support is soft and that the election was not legitimate.Trump, who lost the popular vote to Democrat Hillary Clinton by nearly 3 million votes, made no mention of Russia in his first visit to the CIA on Saturday. He praised his nominee to head the agency, Mike Pompeo, and ranted against the “dishonest” media, a favorite target during his presidential campaign.The president accused the media of fabricating his tensions with the US intelligence community, despite his frequent posts on Twitter that derided the agencies.Trump drew criticism from Democrats as well as former CIA Director John Brennan for his remarks at the agency, where he spoke before a memorial wall with stars representing personnel killed in action.”President Trump ought to realise he’s not campaigning anymore. He’s president,” Senate Democratic leader Chuck Schumer said on ABC’s “This Week.””Instead of talking about how many people showed up at his inauguration, he ought to be talking about how many people are going to stay in the middle class and move into the middle class.”
Sunset on HD209458b (reconstructed from the HST/STIS transmission spectrum). Image: Frederic Pont © 2011 PhysOrg.com Citation: Planetary professor shows what alien sunset really looks like (2012, January 11) retrieved 18 August 2019 from https://phys.org/news/2012-01-planetary-professor-alien-sunset.html (PhysOrg.com) — One of the great things about science is how so many people are able to use their imagination to conjure ideas, concepts or in some cases actual images of things in their mind, and then to use the tools at hand to bring such ideas to light so that others may see them as well. One such recent application of this is Professor Frederic Pont, of the University of Exeter, who imagined what it might really look like if a person were able to visit another planet and to then sit quietly watching as the sun set, just as so many of us do here on planet Earth. But simply imagining how it might look wasn’t enough for Pont, he used data from a camera onboard Hubble, called appropriately enough, the Space Telescope, knowledge of how the color of light changes based on chemicals it encounters, and computer modeling, to create an actual image of what a sunset on an actual planet far out in space would look like. He’s posted it on his blog.The planet in question, exoplanet HD209458b, nicknamed Osiris, just happens to be quite large and circles its star rather closely. At certain points, when the planet passes between us and its star, the light from that star passes through Osiris’s atmosphere before reaching us. That allows exoplanet specialists such as Pont, to figure out what is in that atmosphere. And once that is known, it becomes possible to deduce what colors would appear to our naked eyes, were we able to sit there on that planet watching that star set.Though we couldn’t technically sit on the surface of Osiris, since it doesn’t have one, the picture that Pont produced approximates what it would look like, were it to exist, and the results are truly beautiful. This is because the light from Osiris’s star is white, like our own sun, but when it passes through the sodium in Osirisi’s atmosphere, red light in it is absorbed, leaving the starlight to appear blue. But then, as the sun sets, the blue light is scattered in the same way as it is here on Earth (Rayleigh scattering) causing a gradual change to green, and then to mushy dark green. And finally, due to diffraction, the bottom of the image becomes slightly flattened.So now, instead of simply sitting around imagining what it might look like to kick back and watch the sun set on a planet 150 light years away, we can look at Pont’s picture, and see for ourselves. Explore further Hazy red sunset on extrasolar planet This document is subject to copyright. Apart from any fair dealing for the purpose of private study or research, no part may be reproduced without the written permission. The content is provided for information purposes only.
Hyatt Regency Delhi was highly elated to be the hospitality partner for the high profile lifestyle event – “The CEO Series 2016”. The India Edition of CEO featured Celebrity Chef and Master Chef Australia Judge Gary Mehigan who along with Executive Chef Hyatt Regency Delhi, Ivan Chieregatti curated exclusive seven course menu on the theme of “7 wonders of the world”.Celebrity Chef Gary Mehigan was welcomed at the hotel in pure Indian traditional style with aarti, tikka and garlands. Also Read – Add new books to your shelfThe lavish menu has been inspired from the seven wonders of the world right from rich soft textured salmon with flavours of ceviche from Peru, butter roasted cauliflower caramalized with spices from India, Brazilian Moqueca’ crustacean veloute,white chicken cooked in authentic Chinese sauces to Italian Concod’Oro’ Lemon curd and olive oil semi freddo, slow cooked lamb inspired from Middle Eastern flavours and refreshing compressed watermelon from Jordon. Also Read – Over 2 hours screen time daily will make your kids impulsiveAseem Kapoor, General Manager, Hyatt Regency, Delhi said, “We are delighted to have Chef Gary Mehigan here who has conceptualised such an innovative and scrumptious menu for our esteemed guests. Such events enable social interactions outside of boardrooms and following our tradition we are dedicated to serving our guests at its best.” Gary Mehigan is an English Australian chef, restaurateur and a judge of the series MasterChef Australia. He currently co-owns The Boathouse restaurant, in Melbourne suburb Maribyrnong.
Don’t go by the body size of fashion store mannequins for they are “too thin” and promote unrealistic body ideals which can be dangerous for young adults, warn researchers.The study, published in the Journal of Eating Disorders, found that the average female mannequin’s body size was representative of a severely underweight woman.These ultra-thin models may prompt body image problems and encourage eating disorders in young people, the researchers said. Also Read – Add new books to your shelf”Because ultra-thin ideals encourage the development of body image problems in young people, we need to change the environment and reduce emphasis on the value of extreme thinness,” said Eric Robinson, from the University of Liverpool in Britain.However, altering the size of high street fashion mannequins alone would not “solve” body image problems. “What we are instead saying is that presentation of ultra-thin female bodies is likely to reinforce inappropriate and unobtainable body ideals. So as a society we should be taking measures to stop this type of reinforcement,” Robinson said. Also Read – Over 2 hours screen time daily will make your kids impulsive”Given that the prevalence of body image problems and disordered eating in young people is worryingly high, positive action that challenges communication of ultra-thin ideal may be of particular benefit to children, adolescents and young adult females,” he noted.For the study, the team surveyed national fashion retailers located on the high street of Britain. The average male mannequin’s body size was significantly larger in contrast to the average female mannequin’s body size and only a small proportion of male mannequins represented an underweight body size.
YYC sets new record in passenger traffic Tags: Airports, Calgary Share CALGARY — YYC Calgary International Airport (YYC) welcomed a total 15.7 million passengers last year, an increase of 1.3%, setting a new record for passenger traffic.Opened just last October, YYC’s $1.6 billion International Terminal added 24 gates to the airport, enhancing aircraft handling capacity and flexibility. It also boasts North America’s first call-to-gate aircraft boarding process, and features enhanced technology for baggage processing and check-in.Also fuelling growth was increase airlift. WestJet Airlines introduced its first transatlantic destination from Calgary, launching its London-Gatwick flight from YYC in May, as well as seasonal service to Thunder Bay. Air Canada launched a new seasonal service to San Francisco and also continued the rollout of 787 Dreamliner aircraft on its flights to London-Heathrow, Frankfurt and Narita.Hainan Airlines launched year-round nonstop flights connecting YYC to Beijing, Alberta’s only passenger service to China, while KLM Airlines introduced a 787 Dreamliner on its YYC-Amsterdam route.This year, Aeromexico will begin year-round nonstop service connecting YYC with Mexico City beginning in June.More news: Save the dates! Goway’s Africa Roadshow is backSeasonal and charter options also continued to grow at YYC. Sunwing Airlines introduced new points in Cuba and Costa Rica, Edelweiss brought back its summer seasonal service from Calgary to Zurich, and Air Transat’s new flight options to Calgary also provided a boost. Korean Air/Hanjin Travel once again offered charter service to Incheon Airport last summer, while NewLeaf offered a winter seasonal charter service to Hamilton and Abbotsford.“Our 2016 numbers show YYC and its airline partners are providing businesses and travellers access to the markets and destinations they’re looking for,” said Bob Sartor, President & CEO of The Calgary Airport Authority. “With the opening of our new International Terminal and new cargo facilities at YYC, and the addition of destinations and services introduced in 2016, YYC will continue to be a key driver of economic growth for the City of Calgary and the province overall.” << Previous PostNext Post >> Monday, January 30, 2017 Posted by Travelweek Group
#OJOALDATO – Costa Rica es el primer visitante que le hace 4+ goles a URSS/Rusia en 104 años (Rusia 0-12 Hungría, el 14.07.1912 en Moscú)— MisterChip (Alexis) (@2010MisterChip) October 9, 2016 Ramírez said after the friendly that he was satisfied with his team’s offensive output, but that there needs to be more consistency from a defensive backline that has often struggled against better competition under Ramírez’s watch.Still, the head coach said he was satisfied with the road win and optimistic about what lies ahead.“We’re trying to break barriers, and our goal remains to be among the top 10 teams in the world,” Ramírez told reporters.Even with the three goals allowed, there’s no denying this is a promising result for La Sele, which will need to have continued success on the road to ensure a qualifying spot for the 2018 World Cup. The national team resumes qualifying play next month when it travels to Trinidad & Tobago on Nov. 11. Facebook Comments After La Sele built a seemingly comfortable 2-0 lead, however, the defense struggled to contain Russia’s attack – even with star goalkeeper Keylor Navas back in the lineup for the first time in seven months. In the 31st minute, Russia played a volley into the box that connected with a diving Alexander Samedov, who headed it past a frozen Navas.La Sele was able to build back its two-goal lead right before halftime with an own goal from Russia. In the second period, Campbell’s injury-time goal came after the substitute was tripped in the penalty box. Costa Rica remains undefeated when Campbell scores for La Sele.“It’s an excellent result against an opponent like Russia,” said Costa Rican coach Oscar Ramírez. “We played better in the first half while Russia performed really well in the first 15 minutes after the break. The draw probably would have been the fairest result, but we were awarded a penalty and took advantage with the fourth goal.”The win is only Costa Rica’s fifth in 18 total games on the old continent. According to Spanish football analyst Alexis Martín-Tamayo, known as Mr. Chip, it’s the first time in more than a century that an international opponent has come into Russia and scored four goals against the host country. If Sunday’s 4-3 win over future World Cup host Russia was any indication, Costa Rica’s men’s national team will be right at home if it qualifies for the 2018 World Cup.With a penalty kick in extra time from Joel Campbell, La Sele sealed the one-goal win Sunday at Krasnodar Stadium in Russia.The impressive performance began when La Sele built an early lead with a pair of gorgeous goals from midfielders Randall Azofeifa and Bryan Ruíz. El gol de @joel_campbell12. @SportingCP_en pic.twitter.com/6E3rlblyjx— TDMás (@tdmas_cr) October 9, 2016 Related posts:Costa Rica humiliates the United States 4-0 in World Cup qualifier Costa Rica returns with full-strength lineup in last step toward World Cup qualifying Costa Rica scores key victory over Trinidad & Tobago in World Cup Qualifying Costa Rica seeking revenge against the United States
Top Stories Regulators also are trying to make the banking industry more market-oriented in hopes of making the economy more competitive and efficient.The central bank said Sunday that the band within which banks are allowed to set the interest rate they pay depositors will be widened from 1.3 times the benchmark rate to 1.5 times.That will allow healthier banks to attract more deposits by offering higher interest. Banks already are allowed to set their own lending rates within a band of 1.3 times the benchmark rate.Regulators also are trying to make banks more market-oriented with the introduction this month of the country’s first deposit insurance system.Such insurance could help force bank managers to pay closer attention to the financial health of their institutions by eliminating the expectation that Beijing would have to bail out an insolvent bank to protect its depositors. Under the new scheme, depositors could be compensated separately, while a failed bank could be wound down.Copyright © The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed. Economic growth has fallen to its lowest level since the aftermath of the 2008 global crisis, and exports fell by 6.2 percent in April. Surveys of manufacturers showed factory employment in April fell to its weakest level in a year.Citing “downward economic pressures,” the People’s Bank of China said Sunday that it would cut the rate on a one-year loan by commercial banks by 0.25 percentage point to 5.10 percent. The interest rate paid on a one-year deposit was lowered by 0.25 point to 2.25 percent.Interest rates were also cut on Nov. 22 and then again on March 1.Beijing has been expected to ease monetary policy since the Communist Party leadership promised to shore up growth following a meeting two weeks ago.Communist leaders have affirmed their commitment to a “new normal” of slower, more sustainable growth but are very sensitive to the potential for political unrest in the event unemployment spikes up. The country’s top economic official, Premier Li Keqiang, said in March that the government would respond if the employment situation worsened.The state-owned banking industry lends mostly to state companies, so the biggest impact of the interest rate reduction would be on their financing costs. That suggests communist leaders see state industry, which they deem the core of the economy despite three decades of market-oriented reforms, as being under financial stress. BEIJING (AP) — China cut interest rates Sunday for the third time in six months to boost sluggish economic growth and announced that it is giving banks more flexibility in setting rates paid to depositors in a new step to make its financial system more market-oriented.The central bank’s rate cut reflects the communist leadership’s growing urgency about reversing a deepening slump that threatens to cause a politically dangerous spike in unemployment. Arizona families, Arizona farms: A legacy of tradition embracing animal care and comfort through modern technology Former Arizona Rep. Don Shooter shows health improvement Comments Share Ex-FBI agent details raid on Phoenix body donation facility New Valley school lets students pick career-path academies Parents, stop beating yourself up Sponsored Stories Milstead says best way to stop wrong-way incidents is driving sober Early signs of cataracts in your parents and how to help
New Valley school lets students pick career-path academies WASHINGTON (AP) — Following through on a threat, House Republicans on Tuesday proposed cutting the State Department’s budget to protest its slow response in producing documents related to the investigation of the terrorist attacks in Benghazi, Libya.The House Appropriations Committee said a budget plan for the State Department withholds nearly $700 million — or 15 percent of the agency’s operational funds — until “requirements related to proper management of Freedom of Information Act and electronic communications are met.” Sponsored Stories Ex-FBI agent details raid on Phoenix body donation facility Milstead says best way to stop wrong-way incidents is driving sober Comments Share Natural spring cleaning tips and tricks for your home Former Arizona Rep. Don Shooter shows health improvement Arizona families, Arizona farms: working to produce high-quality milk The chairman of the Benghazi panel, Rep. Trey Gowdy of South Carolina, and other Republicans have complained that the State Department has delayed providing emails and other documents involving former Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton and some of her top staffers.Gowdy and House Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy, R-Calif., threatened last month to withhold some State Department spending to ensure that officials move more quickly to comply with the committee’s requests for documents.A spokeswoman for the Appropriations panel said the budget plan withholds funds until State develops and implements a plan to reduce a backlog of FOIA and congressional requests.State Department spokesman Alec Gerlach called the proposal “counterproductive” and said it would further constrain resources needed to meet sharp increases in requests for documents in recent years.The State Department achieved nearly a 14 percent reduction in its appeals backlog last year, Gerlach said, but the agency’s FOIA caseload has more than tripled since 2008 — jumping from 6,000 requests to nearly 20,000 last year.The number of congressional oversight requests has also dramatically increased, Gerlach said. The spending plan proposed by the GOP-controlled panel provides the full amount that President Barack Obama requested for embassy security at more than 275 diplomatic facilities overseas, including facility upgrades and increased security personnel, as recommended by a review board appointed by the State Department to investigate the Benghazi attacks.To help pay for those improvements, the bill eliminates voluntary contributions to the United Nations and other international organizations.Rep. Elijah Cummings of Maryland, the senior Democrat on the Benghazi panel, said cutting the State Department’s budget “will only further slow down and drag out the Republican’s taxpayer-funded political attack on Secretary Clinton. It makes no sense to cut the department’s budget while continuing to give the select committee a blank check.”___Follow Matthew Daly: http://twitter.com/MatthewDalyWDCCopyright © The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed. Top Stories Gowdy said in a statement that the committee has tried a variety of ways to get the State Department to produce needed documents, from talking to officials, writing letters, sending subpoenas, conducting hearings and signaling threats to the department’s budget.“The committee has been patient, but that patience has worn thin after months — and in some instances years — of non-compliance with congressional requests and subpoenas,” Gowdy said. “The explanations and excuses are tired and unpersuasive. Regrettably it sometimes takes money to get agencies’ attention.”The committee’s requests for documents are reasonable and relevant to the Benghazi probe, Gowdy said, adding that the committee should have emails sent or received by top State Department officials before questioning those witnesses.A federal judge last week ordered the State Department to release monthly batches of Clinton’s email correspondence from her time as the nation’s top diplomat starting June 30.Clinton, a Democratic candidate for president, used a personal server and email address while serving as secretary of state. The State Department has said it needs more time to unveil the 55,000 pages of emails released by Clinton to the department. The department has released nearly 300 emails relating to the 2012 attack on the U.S. diplomatic post in Benghazi that killed four Americans, including the U.S. ambassador to Libya. 4 must play golf courses in Arizona
The event marked another busy and successful year for the company, following CTM’s recent acquisition of Travelcorp (effective 3 January 2011) and lodgement to float on the ASX (due 15 December 2010). CTM’s experienced and talented staff were acknowledged for their commitment and achievements at the Staff Excellence Awards 2010. Over 17 award winners will enjoy an amazing trip to Abu Dhabi in 2011!Winners:Sales Manager of the Year – John Lewis (Auckland)Client Value Manager of the Year – Kim Wethmar (Sydney)CTM Staff Member of the Year – Felicity Milton (Perth)CEO’s Award for Excellence – Lyndall McCabe (Brisbane)State Award Winners:NSW – Belinda CondonBrisbane – Shelley LevenGold Coast – Gina PearceVIC – Leonie DaltonWA – Felicity MiltonNZ – Lynn RetterHead Office – Michele Vayro and Andi CloseCongratulations go to all of CTM’s winners and nominees for their ongoing commitment to excellence! Source = Corporate Travel Management Corporate Travel Management has marked another landmark year with a mammoth Sales Conference, Supplier Trade Show (sponsored by Virgin Blue) and the inaugural CTM Staff Excellence Awards 2010. The 3 day event was hosted on Queensland’s Sunshine Coast, providing an opportunity for over 300 CTM staff from Australia and New Zealand to mix and mingle with over 30 suppliers from across the corporate travel industry.
A 40-year-old Greek Cypriot fugitive detained in the north was on Thursday remanded in custody for 24 hours.Iosif Iosif, aka Sifis, was detained by Turkish Cypriot police on Wednesday afternoon in a flat in Famagusta. He was found in possession of two 9mm pistols and ammunition.He was remanded in custody in connection with illegal entry into the breakaway Turkish Cypriot state and illegal possession of firearms.Iosif is being sought by police in the Republic in connection with an attempt against the life of businessman Nicos Rodotheou in Nicosia in November.Unknown individuals on a motorcycle had fired five shots at the rear of Rodotheou’s car but missed.The assailants then fled the scene.Rodotheou is the brother of businessman Andros Rodotheou who was gunned down while at a friend’s house at the village of Gerasa, Limassol in April last year.It was not immediately clear whether the Turkish Cypriots would hand Iosif over. You May LikePlarium I Vikings: Free Online GamePlay this for 1 minute and see why everyone is addictedPlarium I Vikings: Free Online GameUndoPopularEverythingColorado Mom Adopted Two Children, Months Later She Learned Who They Really ArePopularEverythingUndoGundry MD Total Restore SupplementU.S. Cardiologist: It’s Like a Pressure Wash for Your InsidesGundry MD Total Restore SupplementUndo Pensioner dies after crash on Paphos-Polis roadUndoCruise passenger airlifted to Paphos hospitalUndoRemand for pair in alleged property fraud (Updated)Undoby Taboolaby Taboola
The fire service received 33 calls for help in the last 24 hours, 23 of which concerned fire outbreaks, it announced on Saturday.At 9.19am on Friday, the fire service was informed of a fire outbreak in a welding workshop hosted on the ground floor of a two-storey building in the village of Chloraka in Paphos.The Paphos fire station responded with three trucks, placing the fire under control by 10.35am.No one was injured though the premises and welding workshop suffered extensive damage from the flames, which the fire service said were caused by sparks created during the welding activities of the workshop’s owner.Another serious call for help was received at 4.05am, after two vehicles burst into flames in the Tseri area of Nicosia.Two fire trucks rushed to the scene, putting the fire under control at 4.40am.One vehicle was parked in a ground floor garage of a two-storey home, while the second was parked in a field on the opposite side of the road. The engine and interior of the first were damaged, while the second was damaged extensively.The fire service will be investigating the cause of fire on Saturday in cooperation with the police.You May LikePopularEverythingColorado Mom Adopted Two Children, Months Later She Learned Who They Really ArePopularEverythingUndoLivestlyChip And Joanna’s $18M Mansion Is Perfect, But It’s The Backyard Everyone Is Talking AboutLivestlyUndoYahoo SearchYou’ve Never Seen Luxury Like This On A Cruise Ship. Search Luxury Mediterranean CruisesYahoo SearchUndo Pensioner dies after crash on Paphos-Polis roadUndoCruise passenger airlifted to Paphos hospitalUndoRemand for pair in alleged property fraud (Updated)Undoby Taboolaby Taboola
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the ruler of the Kingdom of Hawaii imprisoning her in her bedroom at Iolani Palace It was a violent action against a sovereign nation A century later Congress passed and President Bill Clinton signed an Apology Resolution acknowledging the USs role in this conspiracy But American leaders of the nineteenth century celebrated including William McKinley who was elected president in 1896 on the Republican ticket During the campaign he vowed to annex Hawaii and two years later he did just that saying "We need Hawaii just as much and a good deal more than we did California it is manifest destiny" Hawaii was merely the starting point After the Spanish-American War in 1898 the US took over Puerto Rico Guam and the Philippines followed in 1900 by American Samoa and in 1917 by the Danish West Indies which were immediately rechristened the US Virgin Islands Aside from the Philippines all of these remain American territories (They were joined in 1976 by the Northern Mariana Islands) Historians refer to this as the USs Imperial Moment and it was the catalyst for the American century paving the way for later nation-building and other overseas dalliances from the Panama Canal to Iraq to all-but-forgotten moments like the 1983 invasion of Grenada The Americans often arrived with saviors proclamations a mask for the paternalist and racist enterprise The residents of these new territories were in this view conquered people Theodore Roosevelt who succeeded McKinley defended colonialism by saying in 1909 that "the expansion of the peoples of white or European blood during the past four centuries has been fraught with lasting benefit to most of the peoples already dwelling in the lands over which the expansion took place" For many Americans this also meant that the newly-acquired islands should never be fully politically integrated with the rest of the nation Author Willis Fletcher Johnson made the case in his 1903 book A Century of Expansion saying that Hawaii should remain a territory in perpetuity to prove "the ability and right of this nation to acquire and to hold colonies never intended for statehood at any distance in any part of the world" Look closely at Jeff Sessions "Pacific Island" remark and at Trumps love for the Imperial Moment and its hard not to see a connection to McKinley Roosevelt and A Century of Expansion Theres a line in the sand between "real" America and everywhere else a nationalism-fueled decree that only the so-called authentic citizens have access to the full rights and benefits of conferred by the government and the broader society And critically the subtext of Sessionss comments goes beyond Hawaii which did after all eventually get statehood In many important ways the Imperial Moment is alive for the four million Americans who live in the territories those islands in the Caribbean and the Pacific Territory residents cant vote for President and in the case of American Samoans arent even American citizens by birth (Theyre nationals; its complicated) Across federal programs and services there are many funding discrepancies such as the fact that Guam despite proudly boasting a military-enlistment rate higher than any state ranked last in per-capita spending for veterans services by the Department of Veterans of Affairs in 2012 This system could not exist without the aid of the other branches of government It is also in large part thanks to a series of Supreme Court cases called the Insular Cases which began in 1901 The Insular Cases established that the territories belonged to the US but were not wholly part of it They lacked the full protection of the Constitution or the local sovereignty of states they were effectively colonies In one of the earliest cases Downes v Bidwell the court ruled that the territories were "foreign in a domestic sense" unworthy of full inclusion in the US because they were "inhabited by alien races" unable to adapt to "Anglo-Saxon principles" Archaic as that sounds the Insular Cases still stand There are no signs of change and there havent been regardless of who was in charge: Last year the Obama Administration effectively endorsed the Insular Cases in a Supreme Court case regarding Puerto Rican sovereignty No sitting president has visited more than three territories No sitting president has ever even been to the Northern Mariana Islands Its still early in the new Administration and the President is famously unpredictable But the evidence so far indicates that his Administration is particularly disinclined to help the territories Millions of Americans will continue to live as second-class citizens as long as people like Jeff Sessions remain stuck in the Imperial Moment thinking of them as lesser places and lesser people Doug Mack is the author of The Not-Quite States of America: Dispatches from the Territories and Other Far-Flung Outposts of the USA and has written for Travel + Leisure National Geographic Traveler and the San Francisco Chronicle He lives in Minneapolis Contact us at editors@timecom IDEAS TIME Ideas hosts the world’s leading voices providing commentary on events in news society and culture We welcome outside contributions Opinions expressed do not necessarily reflect the views of TIME editorsA number of new movies original shows and TV programs are coming to Amazon Prime in November 2018 The streaming service is going head-to-head with Netflix as it continues to produce new original series This month the first season of Homecoming which stars Julia Roberts will be available on Nov 2 marking the movie star’s foray into dramatic television Amazon Prime video also offers popular film titles this month including Alice and Die Another Day And with new additions My Girl andTerms of Endearment there is certainly no shortage of romantic films to cozy up with as winter looms Here are the TV shows and movies that are new on Amazon Prime in November 2018 Here are the new Amazon Prime original series in November 2018 Julia Roberts in 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