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    By: KDKA-TV News Staff PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — Port Authority announced it will be extending light-rail service for the Steelers-Ravens game tomorrow. Were planning to provide additional light rail service, including two-car trains on the Red and Blue lines, for the @steelers @Ravens game @heinzfield tomorrow, Sunday, December 5. — Port Authority PGH (@PGHtransit) December 4, 2021 The game is scheduled to start at 4:25 p.m. at Heinz Field on Sunday. Two-car trains will run for the Blue and Red lines.
    FRESNO (CBS SF) — A Ceres man whose Central Valley farm housed thousands of roosters trained for cockfighting and who admitted to illegally shipping birds to Mexico, Peru and the Philippines has pleaded guilty to federal conspiracy charges. Acting U.S. Attorney Phillip A. Talbert said 74-year-old Joseph D. Sanford, pleaded guilty on Friday to conspiring to violate the Animal Welfare Act by operating a cockfighting and fighting-bird breeding business. READ MORE: Smash-And-Grab Thieves Hit San Jose Eastridge Mall Jewelry Store; 5 SoughtAccording to court documents, Sanford was the owner and operator of Joe Sanford Gamefarm in Ceres, where he lived, bred and sold gamecocks for cockfighting. He also fought his own roosters. Following an undercover purchase of a trio of fighting game birds, federal agents searched the farm and found a large cockfighting enterprise consisting of 2,956 game fowl. In pleading guilty, Sanford acknowledged that he had shipped game fowl within the United States and to Mexico, Peru and the Philippines for cockfighting. READ MORE: Rain On The Way To Bay Area Early Next Week“The gruesome act of animal fighting...
    Every few days, Jaike Spotted-Wolf walks over to a well near Camp Migizi to refill several five-gallon water containers. At the camp, where Spotted-Wolf is one of several matriarchs, there is no plumbing, no pipes and no faucets. Residents take turns getting water, which they need for basics such as cooking and showers. The camp was — and is —  one of several resistance camps formed to oppose Enrbidge’s now-completed Line 3 project, which replaced a corroding oil pipeline built in the 1960s with a new, larger pipeline. The pipeline runs through northern Minnesota to Superior, Wisconsin. Nearly a month and a half after oil-laden tar sands began flowing through the pipes, activists are still living at Camp Migizi and other sites. Temperatures are already below freezing up in Cloquet, where Camp Migizi is located. And on this particular trip to collect water, Spotted-Wolf is greeted by a rare supporter. “I hope you get running water!” the woman shouts, taking Spotted-Wolf by surprise. That small sign of support meant a lot to Spotted-Wolf, who says the camp and its residents...
    SANTA ANA, Calif. (AP) - -- A Southern California man was sentenced to three years in federal prison for operating an unlicensed business that exchanged at least $13 million in Bitcoin and cash, the U.S. Attorney's Office said.Hugo Mejia, 50, of the city of Ontario purposefully flouted money exchange regulations and structured his business to establish an anonymous conduit for money laundering of drug trafficking proceeds, federal prosecutors wrote in a sentencing memorandum.U.S. District Judge Cormac J. Carney sentenced Mejia on Thursday. Mejia pleaded guilty in July to one count of operating an unlicensed money transmitting business and one count of money laundering.Mejia exchanged Bitcoin for cash and vice versa and charged commissions for the transactions from May 2018 to September 2020, prosecutors said.The business was never registered with the Financial Crimes Enforcement Network, a Treasury Department bureau that combats financial crimes, including money laundering.
    Three men were charged in connection with a gun trafficking ring that operated across several counties in southeastern Pennsylvania in 2020, authorities announced Monday. Tyrone Dansby, 24, and an 18-year-old charged with juvenile conduct, both of Philadelphia, are accused of conspiring to buy 69 firearms in Philadelphia, Montgomery, Bucks, and Lehigh counties with the intent of re-selling them without serial numbers, according to Montgomery County District Attorney Kevin R. Steele and Special Agent-in-Charge of the Department of Justice Matthew P. Varisco. Additionally, Quamir Terry-Johnson, 22, of Philadelphia, is charged with felony firearms charges for buying two of the aforementioned guns, authorities said. An investigation found that from March 8 through Sept. 29, 2020, Dansby bought 33 firearms in Bucks County, 17 in Philadelphia, 16 in Montgomery County, and three in Lehigh County, according to authorities. Dansby went on a buying spree in June 2020, resulting in the purchase of 28 handguns from nine different stores, authorities said. Dansby would frequently visit various gun stores in a day and purchase multiple firearms at the same time, including several purchases of the same make and model of gun, according to...
    LOS ANGELES, CA – APRIL 09: People gather outside Tinhorn Flats bar and restaurant to rally in support of its opening and to protest city mandates for it to close in Burbank on Friday, April 9, 2021 in Los Angeles, CA. (Dania Maxwell / Los Angeles Times via Getty Images) BURBANK (CBSLA) – Tinhorn Flats Saloon & Grill, the bar that raised controversy over their defiance of coronavirus mandates and restrictions, was sold on Tuesday. READ MORE: Heat Bears Down In Orange County As Wind Speeds Pick UpThe new owner is listed as Old Fashioned Investment, LLC. Little was found upon looking into the origin of the new owner. City officials announced that the fence that has surrounded the property for the last several months was removed on Friday, despite not receiving an application for reuse of the property at this point. In June, the bar underwent a forced eviction from the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department due to their refusal to shut their doors during the worst of the coronavirus pandemic. This all began nearly a year ago, when...
    (CBS Detroit) — Law enforcement officials announced that five people accused of being part of a carjacking ring in Detroit, Dearborn and Southfield are in custody. In a news conference Friday morning, officials said they believe the suspects are connected to at least seven carjackings. The suspects are between ages 16 and 25. READ MORE: Man Charged In Hit-And-Run Death Of Girl, 6, In DearbornAn investigation is ongoing. According to a WWJ report, Police Chief James White said the carjackings occurred from late September to early November. Out of the seven carjackings, Detroit police said three of them happened in the city. Police said at about 10:35 p.m. on Oct. 23, two armed men approached a 50-year-old man, demanding his black 2011 Jeep Grand Cherokee. After the victim complied and fled, the suspects left his vehicle at the scene. READ MORE: Teen Charged In Stolen Vehicle Crash In Detroit That Killed PassengerThe following day, police said two armed men carjacked a 41-year-old man in the 16000 block of West Seven Mile Road. The suspects took off in the victim’s red...
    Raleigh-Durham International Airport has restored most of the power at its main terminal after water damage caused a major power outage at the North Carolina airport. The airport's Twitter account reported around 9 a.m. Friday that power had been restored to two-thirds of the operating system at Terminal 2, which had lost power around 4 a.m. A spokesperson told The Associated Press that the outage was caused by water damage to a water distribution terminal. Terminal 2 is the airport's busiest terminal, and the outage affected passenger ticketing services and security systems, causing major delays that are expected to continue throughout the day. Two-thirds of Terminal 2's operating systems have been restored and some gates are now operational. We appreciate your patience as we continue to resolve the power disruption. Travelers should continue to expect long lines; check with your airline for updated flight status. — RDU Airport (@RDUAirport) November 12, 2021 Raleigh-Durham International Airport typically has more than 600 flights a day. Tags North Carolina power outage delays
    MICHIGAN CITY, Ind. (WLS) -- A drunk driver crashed through the main gates of Indiana State Prison Wednesday evening, Indiana State Police said.State police said the LaPorte County 911 dispatch center received a call about a possible drunk driver on U.S. 421 near Michigan City in a silver Chevrolet Silverado.Troopers attempted to find the vehicle and could not, but minutes later the 911 dispatch center started getting calls about a car matching that description that had just driven through the main gates of Indiana State Prison.The car apparently drove on but was eventually stopped as Indiana State Police responded to the scene. The 62-year-old driver was tested for alcohol impairment and state police found he had a .14% Blood Alcohol Content.The driver was taken to LaPorte County Jail and is preliminarily charged with three misdemeanors: operating a vehicle while intoxicated, operating while intoxicating, and criminal trespass for crashing through the gate onto prison property.No injuries were reported.
                        The Biden administration on Monday confirmed that they are considering shutting down another pipeline, Michigan’s Line 5 oil pipeline. When speaking to reporters, Karine Jean-Pierre, a spokesperson for the White House, confirmed numerous reports that the group is analyzing effects of the potential termination. As noted by The Detroit News, Jean-Pierre pointed to a study that is underway to “help inform any additional action or position the U.S. will be taking on the replacement of Line 5.” Governor Gretchen Whitmer has continuously lobbied for the pipeline to be shut down, saying “the fate of the Great Lakes and Michigan hangs in the balance.” If Whitmer is successful, energy disruptions and price increases would be inevitable, analysts say. Previously, Whitmer lashed out at Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau after his government bypassed her to ensure an energy pipeline continues operating. The Michigan governor revoked Enbridge’s easement for its pipeline in the Straits of Mackinac, and now claims the pipe is trespassing on Michigan property. She has threatened to seize the...
    MILLIONS of Windows users are urged to immediately update to the latest versions or lose access to documents, photos and much more. Starting March 2022, users who still use Windows 8.1 or older will be unable to sync their folders with OneDrive. 3Millions of Windows users should update to the latest version or lose access to documents, photos and videos on OneDriveCredit: Getty 3Users who currently use Windows 8.1 or older have until March 2022 to update to Windows 10 or 11Credit: Getty Microsoft has warned that users who don't update before March 2022 will lose access to their files, including important documents, photos, and videos. "After March 1st, 2022, your personal files will no longer sync and should be uploaded / accessed directly on OneDrive for web," Microsoft's Ankita Kirti wrote in a blog post. "If you are currently using one of these operating systems, we recommend upgrading your operating system to either Windows 10 or Windows 11 to avoid disruption." Users will still be able to access their documents by updating their computers to Windows 10 or 11,...
                      by Ailan Evans  Zillow is closing down its home buying and selling business and laying off 25% of its workforce after the online real estate company missed its third-quarter earnings estimate. The company announced in a statement attached to its earnings report Tuesday that it would be shutting down its Offers program, which buys and sells houses, after the company reported a net loss, partly due to failures in its Offers division. Zillow attributed the change to its inability to accurately forecast the housing market. “We’ve determined the unpredictability in forecasting home prices far exceeds what we anticipated and continuing to scale Zillow Offers would result in too much earnings and balance-sheet volatility,” Zillow Group chief executive Rich Barton said in the announcement. “While we built and learned a tremendous amount operating Zillow Offers, it served only a small portion of our customers.” As part of the change, Zillow will also lay off 25% of its employees, or around 1,500 workers, over the next several months. “The most difficult part of this...
    The Loire-Atlantique was not set up when the giant Amazon planned to build a 185,000 m2 logistics base. Not to be missed is the city of Montfort (south of Nantes) Amazon Settle. In fact, the US company plans to build a 185,000 m2 logistics base in Montfort (44). Finally, the project was abandoned altogether. Mobilizing associations The reason for this change was the mobilization of associations (especially the Stop Amazon 44 partnership) referred to by the community of municipalities in Grand Lou. The opening of the 185,000-square-meter (14.5-hectare) warehouse would have created about 1,000 jobs. The Community of Grand Liu’s Communities Explains: “Despite the project’s interest and, in particular, significant job creation, elected community representatives, over time, noticed the project’s difficulties, especially as the accumulation of technical and legal constraints greatly altered the initial schedule. At best, the logistics center could not have emerged from the ground until 2025, far from the initial plan, which was weak for all stakeholders.“. Amazon in Solitaire? From now on, the Amazon group looks at the Choletais (Cholet) collection, but here again, even...
    In this article BRK.AWarren Buffett at Berkshire Hathaway's annual meeting in Los Angeles California. May 1, 2021.Gerard Miller | CNBCBerkshire Hathaway saw another double-digit increase in its operating profit thanks to a continuous rebound in it railroad, utilities and energy businesses from the pandemic, while the company's cash pile hit a record high as Warren Buffett continued to sit on the sidelines. The conglomerate reported operating income of $6.47 billion in the third quarter, rising 18% from $5.48 billion in the same quarter a year ago, according to its earnings report released on Saturday. At the end of September, Berkshire's cash pile reached a record $149.2 billion, up from $144.1 billion in the second quarter. Buffett hasn't made a sizable acquisition in the last few years as valuations hit record highs and the deal-making environment turned competitive. The record amount of cash came despite Berkshire's aggressive share buybacks. The company repurchased $7.6 billion of its own stock in the third quarter, bringing the nine month total to $20.2 billion. Berkshire bought a record $24.7 billion of its own stock last...
    MinnPost file photo by Karl Pearson-CaterThis year’s school board elections faced an unprecedented level of scrutiny fueled by heated debate over masking mandates and critical race theory. With the election now over, the main outcome from Tuesday’s vote for Minnesota’s schools is an increase in funding from local taxpayers in many districts across the state. Now, with the dust settling, MinnPost spoke with education leaders to look ahead as to what the results means for schools. Here are the main takeaways: Ballot questions on funding schools through local taxes passed in a majority of districts — even in districts that had rejected similar questions in the past. Sixty-five districts across the state asked voters to approve or renew operating levies or to raise taxes to increase levies to help fund schools as they struggle to keep up with rising costs. Nearly two-thirds of the referendums passed, with 100 percent of the referendums passing in metro areas and 63 percent passing in rural areas. State funding has declined over the years (now only accounting for 65 percent of school funding), leaving...
    Zillow is closing down its home buying and selling business and laying off 25% of its workforce after the online real estate company missed its third-quarter earnings estimate. The company announced in a statement attached to its earnings report Tuesday that it would be shutting down its Offers program, which buys and sells houses, after the company reported a net loss, partly due to failures in its Offers division. Zillow attributed the change to its inability to accurately forecast the housing market. “We’ve determined the unpredictability in forecasting home prices far exceeds what we anticipated and continuing to scale Zillow Offers would result in too much earnings and balance-sheet volatility,” Zillow Group chief executive Rich Barton said in the announcement. “While we built and learned a tremendous amount operating Zillow Offers, it served only a small portion of our customers.” As part of the change, Zillow will also lay off 25% of its employees, or around 1,500 workers, over the next several months. (RELATED: Wall Street Firm Blackstone Invests $6 Billion In Single-Family Homes) A “for rent” sign is posted...
    HONG KONG (AP) — Yahoo Inc. is leaving the China market, suspending its services there as of Monday amid what it says is an “increasingly challenging” business and legal environment. Foreign technology firms have been pulling out or downsizing their operations in mainland China as a strict data privacy law specifying how companies collect and store data takes effect. Such companies have decided the regulatory uncertainty and reputational risks outweigh the advantages of staying in the huge market. WHICH FOREIGN TECHNOLOGY COMPANIES HAVE RECENTLY DOWNSIZED OPERATIONS OR LEFT CHINA? Yahoo Inc. said in a statement Tuesday its services in China stopped as of Nov. 1. Users visiting the Engadget China site run by Yahoo this week find a popup notice saying the site will not publish any new content. Last month, Microsoft’s professional networking platform LinkedIn said it would shutter the Chinese version of its site this year and replace it with a jobs board with no social networking functions. Epic Games, which operates the popular video game Fortnite, also says it will pull the game out of...
    The City of Alexandria, Virginia, is set to flip the switch on 911 technology that aims to help pinpoint the location of cellphone users, and quickly provide health information to assist first responders before they arrive on an emergency scene. On Wednesday, the Alexandria Emergency Communication Center, which handles 911 calls for police, fire and medical emergencies, will launch a new cloud-based system called RapidDeploy RadiusPlus Mapping. The new system aims to greatly reduce the amount of time it takes to learn the location of people calling 911 from a cellphone, rather than a landline. Unlike previous-generation emergency call centers, which prompted a two-step process of locating the cell tower a phone was using and then triangulating a general vicinity, the new system provides locations with the accuracy that car-share or pizza-delivery services offer. “In the past it was a radius that you could use to find people, but now we need to find exactly where they are,” said Renee Gordon, director of Alexandria’s communication center. “It’s nothing like having a pinpoint on your map that says, ‘This is where...
    A Democratic state lawmaker from Maryland was reportedly fined $15,000 by the state physician’s board and officially reprimanded for logging into remote legislative meetings from the operating room, according to reports.  Dr. Terri Hill, a state delegate and board-certified plastic surgeon, allegedly engaged in "unprofessional conduct in the practice of medicine" for joining at least two Zoom meetings with other lawmakers in the last year while she was involved in a surgery, according to the Baltimore Sun.  The 62-year-old Harvard- and Columbia-educated lawmaker defended herself by claiming she received consent from the patients before joining the Zoom meetings.  One patient said she didn’t remember being asked for her consent and said it was concerning to her that her surgeon’s attention was divided, FOX 45 Baltimore reported.  The position of state delegate is technically a part-time job and legislators earn around $50,000 a year, according to the Sun.   The lawmaker has agreed to pay the fine and she acknowledged her mistake in a statement this week after previously defending her actions.  ANDREW CUOMO CHARGED WITH MISDEMEANOR SEX CRIME IN NEW YORK ...
    A Maryland state lawmaker who is also a doctor was reprimanded earlier this month for performing surgery while appearing virtually for legislative meetings.  State Del. Terri Hill (D) was fined $15,000 by the Maryland Board of Physicians in a consent order issued on Oct. 19 for “unprofessional conduct in the practice of medicine.” Hill, who was elected to the Maryland House of Delegates in 2014, is also a board-certified plastic surgeon. The state lawmaker told The Associated Press that she worked her hard to serve her patients and constituents during the coronavirus pandemic. “I accept the Board’s decision that I could have done better,” Hill told the AP.  The board received a complaint on March 23 alleging that Hill attended committee meetings via video conference while simultaneously performing surgery. The person who complained cited a newspaper article. According to the consent order, Hill attended two legislative committee meetings via video conference on Feb. 19 and March 12. Hill attended the February meeting to introduce a bill she was sponsoring. She appeared on the stream in a “surgical gown, facemask, and surgical cap.” A physician’s...
    A Maryland state lawmaker who is a plastic surgeon has been fined $15,000 and reprimanded for twice participating in legislative meetings via videoconference from an operating room during surgery. Del. Terri Hill signed a consent order this month agreeing to the disciplinary actions from the Maryland Board of Physicians, which found the Democratic lawmaker guilty of “unprofessional conduct in the practice of medicine.” The board noted that Hill participated in one voting session of a House committee while appearing in a video feed wearing “a surgical gown, facemask, and surgical cap.” In Maryland’s legislative session this year, legislative committee meetings were held by videoconference due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The public was able to livestream the meetings and hearings. “She was positioned under the surgical lights, focused downward, and would occasionally shift, reach for surgical instruments, or adjust the lights,” the board’s report said, noting the surgeon and other operating room staff “occasionally moved surgical equipment and blood-stained towels so that they were briefly visible on the video feed.” Reached by phone Friday by The Associated Press, Hill said she...
    In this article AMZNAdam Selipsky, CEO of Amazon Web Services and then CEO of Tableau Software Inc., speaks during the opening keynote of the 2019 Salesforce Dreamforce conference in San Francisco on Nov. 19, 2019.David Paul Morris | Bloomberg | Getty ImagesAmazon's cloud unit grew faster than analysts had expected in the third quarter, as companies continue to rely on its computing and storage infrastructure to run websites and applications. Revenue from Amazon Web Services totaled $16.11 billion in the quarter, up almost 39% from a year ago, according to a statement. Analysts polled by StreetAccount had expected $15.48 billion. Revenue had grown 37% in the second quarter. AWS leads the growing cloud infrastructure market with about 41% share in 2020, according to industry researcher Gartner. In addition to providing revenue diversity, it also gives Amazon a healthy supply of income. Almost 15% of Amazon's total revenue came from AWS. Amazon, the parent company, issued disappointing fourth-quarter guidance on Thursday along with weaker-than-expected results for the third quarter. "On AWS, the acceleration, I would again — I would say that...
    In an attempt to acquire British aerospace engineer Meggitt Plc on Thursday announced a decline in annual sales and profits due to supply chain problems and weak defense markets. The company, which agreed to be acquired by Parker-Hannifin in a £ 6.3bn deal, expects global supply disruptions it experienced in the third quarter to continue into the fourth quarter. Revenue is expected to be 5% lower on an organic basis by 2021 and the base operating profit will be 17 170 to மில்லியன் 190 million ($ 261.04 million). It reported 2020 revenues of £ 1.68 billion and base operating profit of £ 190.5 million. As U.S. customers cut purchases, Defense Department revenue fell 12% in the first three months of September, while the time between orders and deliveries also increased in the supply chain, he said. However, Meggitt is showing signs of recovery in its civilian aerospace business, with quarterly revenue rising 29% due to an increase in air travel. ($ 1 = 7 0.7279) (Report by Yadarisa Shapong Bangalore; Editing by Vinay Dwivedi and Anil D’Silva) See also ...
    FRANKFURT, Germany (AP) — Volkswagen lowered its forecast for deliveries to customers Thursday and reported a decrease in operating profits for the third quarter as the global shortage of semiconductors disproportionately hit the company’s business in China despite strong demand for its cars there. The company said deliveries in 2021 would be in line with last year’s. Previously, Volkswagen expected an increase in unit sales. It said operating profit fell 12% to 2.8 billion euros ($3.25 billion) compared to the year-earlier quarter, which also was weak due to the coronavirus pandemic. The company, based in Wolfsburg, Germany, said its volume brands such as its flagship Volkswagen nameplate recorded operating losses despite full order books. It lost 24% of its unit sales in its home market in Europe compared with the year-earlier period. Chief Financial Officer Arno Antlitz described the results as a challenge to make “decisive improvements” in keeping costs down and improving productivity. “The semiconductor bottlenecks in the third quarter made it abundantly clear to us that we are not yet resilient enough to fluctuations...
    A Boston surgeon was fined just $5,000 and has been allowed to continue working after leaving a patient on an operating table waiting on emergency ankle surgery while he napped in his car.     Massachusetts state regulators fined 54-year-old Dr. Tony Tannoury, the head of spine surgery at Boston Medical Center, $5,000 for leaving a patient on the operating room table before the start of an ankle surgery to go to his parked car to eat before he passed out and missed the procedure, the Boston Globe reported.  Tannoury must also complete five further training sessions, but won't be suspended from his job, and can continue to operate.   The surgeon has worked as the head of spinal surgery at the prestigious Boston University School of Medicine, which works with the the medical center, since 2006, according to his LinkedIn profile.   Massachusetts regulators fined Dr. Tony Tannoury, (pictured) the head of spine surgery at Boston Medical Center, $5,000 for leaving a patient on the operating room table Tannoury has worked as the head of spinal surgery at the Boston University School of Medicine since...
    A regional Gulf Cartel boss who operated for years in the shadows is responsible for recent shootouts in the Mexican border city of Matamoros. Known locally as “La Kena or Ciclon 19,” José Alberto García Vilano managed a low profile for several years. Breitbart Texas consulted with Mexican federal security forces who revealed that in recent months, La Kena has been one of the key commanders linked to a renewed internal conflict within the Matamoros faction of the Gulf Cartel. La Kena hid his true identity using the alias “Gilberto De La Rosa.” Last week, Gulf Cartel gunmen clashed with Tamaulipas police and Mexican military forces in a shootout which killed several gunmen and one innocent victim. The victim was a government employee caught by stray fire. A young child was also injured during the clash. That shootout spread terror throughout Matamoros as gunmen fought outside a popular mall. Some even ran inside the mall to take cover amid shoppers. Law enforcement sources revealed to Breitbart Texas that La Kena is responsible for mobilizing his top enforcers during...
    Hong Kong (CNN Business)Washington is barring a major Chinese state-owned telecommunications firm from operating in the United States over national security concerns — an action that threatens to once again increase tensions between the world's two largest economies.The US Federal Communications Commission on Tuesday said it has ordered China Telecom to discontinue US services within 60 days, citing findings that the company's American subsidiary "is subject to exploitation, influence, and control by the Chinese government."The company is also "highly likely to be forced to comply with Chinese government requests without sufficient legal procedures subject to independent judicial oversight." Wall Street is kicking out yet another big Chinese companyThe FCC's action is the culmination of a long dispute with China Telecom, which has operated in the United States for nearly two decades. The agency said it gave the company an opportunity last December to rebut concerns over its presence in the United States, but that China Telecom has failed to do so. China Telecom did not immediately respond to requests for comment from CNN Business. A spokesperson for the American subsidiary...
    Like previous versions of the computer, Windows 11 has “God Mode”. This option provides quick access to advanced operating system features, but it is not enabled by default. Here’s how to get there. The God Windows Mode, Which is like a Swiss military knife dedicated to the operating system. This “shortcut” allows access to all OS settings. Thanks to it, you can do all the management, control and customization tasks of Windows 11. Windows 11 It is full of all kinds of innovations Note, the God method is not really new. We are already using it under the version of the operating system released on Windows 7, 2009! After that, the God system did not leave Microsoft’s operating system. So if it is found in Windows 8, Windows 8.1, we will benefit from it. God Mode Dance Windows 10, As well Windows 11 (Discussed here). On the other hand, although God mode is actually in the operating system without the addition of software, It is not enabled by default (This was already the case in earlier versions of the...
    Al-Marsad Newspaper: WhatsApp will soon stop working on more than 50 phone models, blocking access to news services and sharing photos and videos on the platform. WhatsApp will stop working on 53 phone models in the next few weeks. The site – used by nearly two billion people worldwide – updates its operating systems every year. Smartphones will stop supporting WhatsApp if their operating systems are too old. For Android phone users, WhatsApp will stop working on Android 4.0.4 or earlier models. IPhones will stop running the app if they have iOS 9 or earlier versions of the software, and without the update, these particular Android models will stop supporting the app after November 1st: Galaxy Trend LiteGalaxy Trend IIGalaxy SIIGalaxy S3 MiniGalaxy Xcover 2Galaxy CoreGalaxy Ace 2Clear 2Optimus F7Optimus F5Optimus L3 II DualOptimus F5Optimus L5Best L5 IIOptimus L5 DualBest L3 IIOptimus L7Optimus L7 II DualBest L7 IIOptimus F6, ActivateOptimus L4 II DualOptimus F3Excellent L4 IIBest L2 IIOptimus Nitro HDOptimus 4X HDOptimus F3QZTE V956Grand X Quad V987Grand MemoXperia MiroXperia Neo L.Xperia Arc S.AlcatelClimb G740Climb MadeClimbing D Quad XLAscend T1...
    "The Five" co-host Greg Gutfeld offered up a Halloween analogy on the show Thursday to describe the Biden administration's tepid response to skyrocketing inflation and the ongoing supply chain crisis. "The White House is coming to Halloween as the headless horseman because the administration has no head. There’s no leadership," he said. "There’s no face of the administration. It’s not Jen Psaki. It’s a decapitated vessel on a tricycle, is what we have right now, and there are no ideas and only spending because there’s no head."  BIDEN TEAM RIPPED AS ‘ECONOMICALLY ILLITERATE’ FOR CLAIM BUILD BACK BETTER ‘COSTS ZERO DOLLARS’ The Fox News host questioned the lack of urgency expressed by the president in his address Wednesday, wondering if there is a plan to solve the mounting supply shortage that could persist well into the holidays. "Where are the emergency orders, to free up money for truck driver schools, to temporarily lift bans on freelance trucking or suspend regulations?" Gutfeld asked.  "Joe’s previous emergency orders weren’t this urgent and some of them you might say were symbolic," he charged, referring to the executive order that shut down construction of the Keystone XL pipeline at the start...
    Customers at a Huawei licensed experience store shop for devices on October 30, 2020 in Suzhou, China.Fred Lee | Getty Images News | Getty Images GUANGZHOU, China — Huawei launched its mid-range Nova 9 smartphone overseas for the first time on Thursday, starting in Europe. The Chinese smartphone giant's business overseas has been crippled since U.S. sanctions were imposed. But it hasn't stopped Huawei from launching its phones in international markets. The Nova 9 is a 4G device that has some features expected from higher end phones. That includes a four-camera setup with a wide-angle lens and software to help with taking pictures. It boasts a 6.57-inch display and fast charging technology. Huawei developed its own operating system called HarmonyOS, and launched it after U.S. sanctions prevented the Chinese firm from using Google's Android operating system, used by rivals like Samsung. However, the Nova 9 will not be running on HarmonyOS, but on EMUI 12 — an Android-based operating system developed by Huawei. The handset will not have any Google services installed on it due to the U.S. restrictions.It's going...
    GOOGLE has announced that the latest major update to its Android operating system is available to download – but there's a catch. Android 12 is only available on a select number of Google's own Pixel smartphones for the time being. 3Google has freshened up the design of its Android operating systemCredit: Google What mobiles is Android 12 available on? Google announced the launch of Android 12 on Tuesday during the unveiling of its latest smartphones, the Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro. The company said that the operating system was available to download for free on a selection of Pixel phones starting October 19. You can upgrade if you have a Pixel 3 or later. Here's the full list of compatible smartphones: Pixel 3 Pixel 3XL Pixel 3a Pixel 3a XL Pixel 4 Pixel 4 XL Pixel 4a Pixel 4a 5G Pixel 5 Pixel 5a 5G Pixel 6 Pixel 6 Pro Most read in TechSiOS Warning to update iPhone NOW - here's how to protect your cell from vulnerabilityINBOX BLITZ Warning to delete these Gmail & Outlook emails...
    ANNAPOLIS, Md. (WJZ) — From teachers to food service workers to custodians, Anne Arundel County Public School leaders say the district is struggling to fill open roles. “We are hiring. It has been difficult. Our colleagues, both around the state and around the country, are suffering the same,” said George Arlotto, AACPS Superintendent of Schools. READ MORE: Anne Arundel County Board Of Education Approves $7.4M School Bus Driver PlanIn particular- those who take students to and from school, bus drivers. “On any given single day, we’ve got drivers that are in COVID quarantine or drivers on sick leave or other things. It’s sort of a very dynamic situation,” said Alex Szachnowicz, Chief Operating Officer, AACPS. READ MORE: 'It's Terrible': Frustrated Parents In Anne Arundel County React To School Bus Driver Shortages, Officials Say They Are Working To Resolve ProblemRight now, Anne Arundel County Public School’s Chief Operating Officer says the district is short about 60 bus drivers but, they’re doing everything they can to stay afloat and address the shortage. They have been consolidating routes, partnering up with the City...
    MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — A Twin Cities man is facing charges after allegedly carving a runway into a field behind his home and using it as a private airport. Jeffrey Walker, 57, of Afton, is charged with five misdemeanor counts for violating city restrictions for airstrips, takeoffs and landings, court documents filed this week in Washington County show. (credit: CBS) According to the documents, multiple people in the area complained after observing Walker and/or other pilots landing or taking off in airplanes on his property, which is located in rural Afton. Satellite imagery from Google Maps shows what appears to be an airstrip carved into a field behind Walker’s home, which is on the eastern edge of the Twin Cities metro. Prosecutors say the runway is clearly visible from the air and is listed by the Federal Aviation Administration as a private airport. Per the complaint, Walker incorporated his airfield with the Minnesota Secretary of State under the names Walker Field, LLC, and Top Gun Aviation. The name Walker Field, LLC, appears on MapQuest, Airport Information in Minnesota, and AirNav.com. Prosecutors...
    A moped operator suffered serious injuries after crashing into a tow truck on Long Island. The crash happened at about 3:50 a.m. on Sunday, Oct. 17, in Wyandanch, the Suffolk County Police Department said. A 25-year-old man was operating a 2004 Madami moped at a high rate of speed, traveling north in the southbound lanes of Straight Path near Levey Boulevard in Wyandanch, SCPD said. Police said the moped struck a 2011 Hino tow truck, which was picking up a disabled vehicle. The Wyandanch man who was operating the moped was taken to a hospital to be treated for his injuries, SCPD said. The 20-year-old tow truck driver was inside the vehicle at the time of the crash and was not injured, authorities said. Anyone with information about the crash is asked to call police at 631-854-8152.
    A Connecticut man driving the wrong way and under the influence struck several cars overnight, according to state police. Troopers responded to a report of a wrong-way driver traveling north in the south lanes on I-91 in North Haven just before 7:15 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 16. While responding, it was reported that the same vehicle struck multiple cars and continued northbound. Troopers successfully located, and stopped the vehicle, on southbound I-91 south between Exits 14 and 15 in Wallingford.  The operator was identified as Matteo Annunziata, age 55, of Middletown, said state police.  During the course of the investigation, it was determined that Annunziata was under the influence of alcohol and/or drugs, said police.  Annunziata was transported by EMS to Yale-New Haven Hospital for evaluation and was subsequently placed under arrest.  Annunziata has been charged with: Evading responsibility with a motor vehicle,  Operating a motor vehicle under the influence,  Failure to maintain established lane,  Operating the wrong way on a limited-access highway. He was released on a $2,500 non-security bond and is scheduled to appear at Meriden Superior Court on October 29.
    China on Monday accused the U.S. of purposefully delaying the release of information detailing a mysterious collision by one of its nuclear submarines with an unknown object in the South China Sea on October 2, claiming Washington seeks to “cover up” the incident, Radio Free Asia (RFA) reported Wednesday. Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman Zhao Lijian criticized the U.S. government’s delay in releasing further information about the incident in comments to reporters at a regular press briefing on October 11. “After this most recent incident, it took the US side five days to come up with a vague statement. Such irresponsible attitude and stonewalling and cover-up practice only make the international community more suspicious of the US intention and details of the accident,” he said. Continuing, Zhao stated: It is incumbent on the US to clarify the details of the accident and explain the following questions: First, where exactly did the accident take place? Second, did the accident cause nuclear leakage and pollute the marine environment? Third, will this accident impact the navigation safety and fishery in the area where it...
    Aytac Unal/Getty Images LinkedIn announced Thursday it was shuttering its website in China, citing a “significantly more challenging operating environment.” “We recognized that operating a localized version of LinkedIn in China would mean adherence to requirements of the Chinese government on Internet platforms,” the company said in a blog post. “While we strongly support freedom of expression, we took this approach in order to create value for our members in China and around the world…We’re also facing a significantly more challenging operating environment and greater compliance requirements in China. Given this, we’ve made the decision to sunset the current localized version of LinkedIn.” The Microsoft subsidiary provoked inquiries from lawmakers including Sen. Rick Scott (R-FL) and Rep. Jim Banks (R-IN) last month for banning a number of American users at the behest of the Chinese government. Undeterred, the company blocked Chinese users from viewing profiles for three American journalists — Greg Bruno, Melissa Chan, and Bethany Allen-Ebrahimian — toward the end of month for publishing “prohibited content.” Bruno published a book about Chinese hegemony in Tibet, while Chan wrote an...
    (CNN Business)LinkedIn will shut down the local version of its service in China, marking a significant retreat for one of the few large US tech firms still operating in the country. The career networking platform, owned by Microsoft (MSFT), made the decision because of a "significantly more challenging operating environment and greater compliance requirements in China," Mohak Shroff, senior vice president of engineering at LinkedIn, said in a blog post Thursday. The company will instead roll out a new platform called InJobs later this year, a China-only portal that will "not include a social feed or the ability to share posts or articles" but simply serve as a portal to list and apply for jobs."While we've found success in helping Chinese members find jobs and economic opportunity, we have not found that same level of success in the more social aspects of sharing and staying informed," Shroff said.Operating in China has always been challenging for private companies, but the screws have tightened further in the past year under Chinese President Xi Jinping. A sweeping regulatory crackdown in recent months has...
    Six people have been arrested as a result of the dismantling of a major cocaine trafficking ring operating in southeastern Pennsylvania, authorities announced Thursday. Javier Berrios, 50, of Souderton; Robert R. McMillion III, 44, of Quakertown; and Hannibal Harvey, 47; Odongo Harvey, 50; Sharon Jones, 51; and Glendel J. Young, 40, all of Philadelphia were charged with corrupt organization, possession with intent to deliver, dealing in the proceeds of unlawful activities, firearms offenses, and other related charges. “The investigation resulting in these six arrests shut off a significant pipeline for cocaine in Montgomery and Philadelphia counties, and our county is safer for it,” DA Steele said. “Law enforcement in Montgomery County, partnered with the Attorney General Shapiro’s team, are committed to stopping the flow of poison in Montgomery County—whether that poison is significant quantities of cocaine or heroin/fentanyl or methamphetamine.” An investigation began after law enforcement learned that Berrios and McMillion were working together to sell cocaine in the Souderton area and throughout Montgomery County, according to Montgomery County District Attorney Kevin R. Steele and Pennsylvania Attorney General Josh Shapiro. They later discovered that Berrios obtained his cocaine...
    By: KDKA-TV News Staff PITTSBURGH (KDKA) – A banquet hall in Homewood was raided and ordered to shut down. READ MORE: Penn State Mandating COVID-19 Vaccinations For University Park EmployeesAfter a raid by the Nuisance Bar Task Force, the Victory Banquet Hall on Bennett Street was ordered to close. READ MORE: Police: Man Charged In South Hills Village Threat Believed MS-13 Gang Members Would Carry Out Mass ShootingThe Allegheny County Health Department says the business was operating without a valid health permit, and there were other food and health violations. All of the Victory Banquet Hall’s non-fixed assets were also confiscated. MORE NEWS: First Black Woman Achieves Rank Of Pennsylvania State Police Deputy CommissionerThe business was shut down for operating without a health permit in November of last year.
    New York (CNN Business)Delta reported a quarterly operating profit in the third quarter, the first major US passenger airline to post earnings since the start of the pandemic.The company earned $194 million in the quarter, adjusted for special items. That's down from $1.5 billion it earned in the quarter in 2019, the year before pandemic uprooted air travel around the globe. But last quarter was much better than the losses it and other airlines have reported since the start of 2020. Delta's (DAL) operating losses have totaled $9.8 billion heading into this quarter.The company reported a net income in the second quarter but that was primarily due to a final infusion of government support it and other airlines received in the quarter.
    ELIZABETH, New Jersey (WABC) -- There are two major developments that will impact the upcoming holiday season: There is a backlog at the ports meaning many items you want to buy may not be available. But also, foreign travelers can finally return.The Biden administration announced the Canadian and Mexican borders will reopen to fully vaccinated travelers next month, just in time for the holidays.The president previously announced the lifting of restrictions on foreign travelers who plan to fly in.All of that happening just as the holiday shopping season gets underway.There are concerns stores will not be stocked in time for that holiday rush."We're hearing from a lot of businesses in our districts that are saying we're concerned that we're not going to be able to get things on the shelf for kids at Christmas, I mean that's the bottom line here which is why this ocean-freight carrier crisis is a real one," said Congressman Josh Gottheimer, NJ-District 5.A surge in demand for imports has caused a backlog at ports, mostly on the west coast, with the cost to unload shipping...
    LOS ANGELES (CBSLA) — A slew of criminal charges were filed this week against the owners of businesses that LA City Attorney Mike Feuer says are underground nightclubs and an unlicensed casino, all operating near the Hollywood Forever Cemetery. Feuer said he has filed 17 criminal charges against the owners of the businesses. If convicted, the owners face thousands of dollars in fines and jail time. READ MORE: Scent-Free Hand Sanitizer From Gardena-Based Artnaturals Found To Have Cancer-Causing Chemicals“No Angeleno should be forced to contend with a noisy, unlicensed nightclub right next door,” Feuer said. “The people who are behind these clubs have put their customers and people in the surrounding community at risk.” (credit: LA City Attorney Mike Feuer’s Office) READ MORE: Volume Of Huntington Beach Oil Spill Likely Much Smaller Than Originally ThoughtOne of the locations, 800 N. El Centro Ave., began generating complaints to the LAPD in August. Officers who responded to the area reported seeing a large party with a cover charge, DJ’s playing loud music, and alcohol sales before they broke it up,...
    Hong Kong (CNN)The US Navy submarine that struck an underwater object in the South China Sea last weekend was operating in one of the world's most difficult undersea environments, one filled with noise from ships above and a seabed with constantly shifting contours that can surprise any submarine crew, analysts say.US defense officials on Thursday did not give details of the accident that befell the USS Connecticut, saying only that a number of sailors aboard were injured when the sub struck an object while running submerged in the South China Sea.What are nuclear-powered submarines and how do they work? The service said the injuries were minor and the sub was making its way to the US naval base on the island of Guam under its own power.The Connecticut is one of three Seawolf-class submarines in the Navy fleet, with a price tag of about $3 billion each. The 9,300-ton, 353-foot sub, commissioned in 1998, is powered by a single nuclear reactor and crewed by 140 sailors.As it is larger than even the newest Virginia-class attack subs, the Connecticut can carry...
    MICROSOFT'S Windows 11 update is slowing down some computers days after it launched to users across the globe. According to chip-making giant AMD, PCs running on its processors are up to 15 per cent slower following the release of the new operating system. 2Microsoft released Windows 11 on October 4Credit: Microsoft The result is reduced performance in some applications when used with the new operating system. AMD says that esports gaming titles are among the apps worst hit by the fault, with a 15 per cent reduction in performance. However, the performance impact on most affected apps is between three and five per cent. The California-based manufacturer says it is working with Microsoft to resolve the issue. It's likely PCs running Windows 11 on AMD chips will be back up and running at full capacity following a software update in the coming days. AMD computers are designed for gaming, meaning even a small performance dip can have a heavy impact on usability. Most read in TechRevealedTAP TIP! Your iPhone has a hidden button you didn't know existedSKY'S THE LIMIT New...
    Android 12 is official, but not yet available on smartphones. Microsoft has just released Windows 11, but Google has decided to officially release the latest version of its mobile operating system on the Android Open Source Project (AOSP) site. However, it cannot be installed on Android 12 smartphones. The editors have confirmed that updates will be coming on Pixel smartphones “within a few weeks” and then on Samsung Galaxy, OnePlus, Oppo, Realmy, Techno, Vivo and Xiaomi devices later in the year. In fact, Mountain View supports giant smartphones and allows other manufacturers to make changes to the system. Google claims that more than 225,000 users have tested the beta on pixels or other devices. The company has collected nearly 50,000 problem reports to improve its presentation system. This method is not new, but the development cycle may surprise those familiar with the world’s most popular mobile operating systems. An American company launched a new version of Android on the Nexus and Pixel smartphones in late August. The tenth major release, Android 10, debuted on a limited number of phones on...
    While Microsoft has said that Windows 11 will be better for computer gaming, those planning to buy computers with a pre-installed operating system should be wary. Thanks to standard security measures, the performance of games installed on the operating system can be up to 25% worse than usual. There is a problem with the virtualization based security system (called VPS) used since Windows 10. Typically, this security system creates an isolated subsystem within the operating system that not only prevents unwanted and malicious files from entering your computer, but also utilizes physical and digital resources. Microsoft describes the process as follows: “VBS uses hardware resources to create and isolate a portion of device memory. In this way, Windows significantly improves the security of your computer and protects you from malicious files and applications that try to avoid traditional virus protection. “To date, this feature is primarily used in commercial versions of Windows 10. If you upgrade your device from an existing Windows 10 to Windows 11, do not worry, as your OS is unlikely to have VPS...