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While the total number of registration errors between mid-April and early August remains the same — estimated at roughly 23,000 — the new discovery more than doubles the instances in which customers unsuccessfully tried to opt out of registering to vote, the DMV said. “We have completed our review of records and already have new and improved processes in place to ensure this error doesn’t occur again,” DMV Director Jean Shiomoto said in a written statement to The Times. The 3,000 newly discovered registrations will be canceled, Secretary of State Alex Padilla told local elections officials during a conference call Wednesday. The motor voter program was designed to automatically register to vote any eligible Californian who applied for a driver’s license or identification card unless that person declined to participate. Since problems were first reported, elections officials have urged those who used the DMV’s services to check the status of their voter registration by logging on to voterstatus.sos.ca.gov . Changes in registration are transmitted to the county where a voter lives. California voters will be able to fix sloppy signatures and track their ballots under new election laws » Two weeks ago, DMV officials disclosed that a series of “administrative processing errors” were made when the department’s employees failed to properly clear customer information from computer screens between appointments. In most cases, the errors involved details about the person’s voter preferences — their political party affiliation and whether they wanted to receive a ballot in the mail, for example. At the time, a smaller number of the errors — about 1,600 — affected people who did not intend to register.
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Mexico’s president-elect grounded on commercial plane for hours These are external links and will open in a new window Image caption Mr López Obrador said boarding the presidential jet would be “embarrassing” Mexico’s President-elect Andrés Manuel López Obrador still plans to sell the presidential jet after spending three hours grounded on a commercial plane. Mr López Obrador vowed to press ahead with his plans despite being stuck on the tarmac because of heavy rain. “I won’t get on the presidential plane,” he said from his seat on the commercial aircraft on Wednesday. The left-wing leader, who won the presidential election by a landslide in July, will be sworn in in December. Mexico’s de luxe presidential jet, a Boeing 787 Dreamliner costing $218.7m (£166m), was delivered two years ago after being ordered by former President Felipe Calderón in 2012. It was said at the time to be the most modern and efficient plane used by any world leader , according to Mashable. Mr López Obrador, who has pledged to run an austere government, was one of hundreds of passengers unable to fly from the southern state of Oaxaca to the capital, Mexico City. Image caption The president-elect vowed to continue using commercial flights Footage from on board the flight and acquired by Reuters news agency shows the president-elect explaining that he would be “embarrassed” to board “a luxurious plane in a country where there is so much poverty”. “I’m not going to change my mind because of this,” he said, adding: “Enough with this tomfoolery, it’s over, it’s over, any politician who acts arrogantly won’t last.” Mexico’s President-elect and Trump discuss ‘development deal’ News of the incident was met with criticism among some residents of Mexico City. “I think that if the plane has already been purchased then he should just use it,” said Alejandro Aguilar, adding that it was “not normal” for presidents to be grounded. Media playback is unsupported on your device Media captionFive things you need to know about Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador or “Amlo” Another, Arturo Miranda, said that while the president-elect appeared to be showing empathy with the people, “We would have to ask ourselves how would he travel when he has to attend an international event?” Along with the sale of the country’s presidential plane, Mr López Obrador has promised to turn the presidential palace into a cultural centre and live in a more modest home, cut the presidential salary, and tackle corruption.
His first book, published in 1991, “All American Mafioso: The Johnny Rosselli Story,” chronicled the life of a mobster who reached into Hollywood. Rappleye worked for the L.A. Weekly as news editor, reporter and writer from 1994 to 2003, during the heyday of its investigative journalism. He helped break open , along with The Times, the Rampart police-corruption scandal . Former Times investigative reporter Scott Glover described Rappleye as “a dogged, tenacious reporter whose slightly disheveled, Columbo-like appearance made him the sort of guy people didn’t see coming. “It made him a formidable competitor,” said Glover, who now works for CNN. “I opened up the L.A. Weekly more than once to see his byline above a story we wished we’d done or one that we had in the works but had yet to publish. Put another way, that’s called getting beat.” Rappleye next turned to writing historical biographies, beginning with “ Sons of Providence : The Brown Brothers, the Slave Trade, and the American Revolution,” about the founders of Brown University — and the brothers’ conflict over the slave trade. The university made the book — which won numerous prizes — required reading for incoming freshmen in 2012. Rappleye also wrote books about Robert Morris, the financier of the American Revolution, and Herbert Hoover.
election Russian President Vladimir Putin has dismissed U.S. sanctions against Moscow as senseless. (Associated Press) The Trump administration on Thursday imposed sanctions on 33 foreign individuals and businesses, including at least 25 Russian nationals previously indicted by special counsel Robert S. Mueller III on charges of interfering with the 2016 U.S. presidential campaign. The sanctions, announced by the State Department, are the latest sign of the discordant U.S. policy toward Moscow, with President Trump repeatedly praising Russian President Vladimir Putin while other parts of the administration move to crack down on Russian abuses. The latest list means 72 Russians have been sanctioned since Trump took office last year. In March, the administration also expelled 60 Russian diplomats, who it said were spies, in retaliation for the nerve agent attack on a former Russian spy living in England. The State Department said those named Thursday were “a part of, or operating for or on behalf of, the defense or intelligence sectors” of the Russian government. A division of the Chinese military also was blacklisted for buying Russian weaponry.
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US reaches agreement over separated migrant families US reaches agreement over separated migrant families Under the plan, filed late Wednesday, the administration said that while it did not plan to return any parents who have already been deported, the government would consider individual cases where that may be warranted. People participate in a protest against recent US immigration policy of separating children from their families when they enter the United States as undocumented immigrants, in front of a Homeland Security facility in Elizabeth, NJ, US June 17, 2018. (Reuters) The Trump administration has reached a settlement over the separation of migrant children and their parents at the US border, allowing some individuals to apply for asylum in the United States, according to court documents. Under the plan, filed late Wednesday, the administration said that while it did not plan to return any parents who have already been deported, the government would consider individual cases where that may be warranted. The agreement, which must be approved by the federal judge in the case, stems from US President Donald Trump’s “zero-tolerance” immigration policy earlier this year that left thousands of children in detention facilities and separated from their parents, sparking widespread condemnation. If approved, the settlement would mark a significant step in resolving the lawsuit brought by American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) on behalf of separated families. In early May Trump had sought to prosecute all adults crossing the border without authorization, including those travelling with children, but ended the family separations the next month. The administration has said more than 2,300 migrant children were separated from their parents. On Wednesday, the New York Times reported that the overall number of detained migrant children reached a total of 12,800 this month, citing data obtained from members of Congress.
“Bellerin is the one to wait and watch Lichtsteiner.” Arsenal showed interested in Lille winger Nicolas Pepe, reports claim. Bernd Leno, defenders Stephan Lichtsteiner and Sokratis Papastathopoulos, and midfielders Matteo Guendouzi and Lucas Torreira joined the Gunners during the transfer window. But did Unai Emery have his eye on a sixth arrival? SportWitness via French newspaper L’Equipe are claiming that Arsenal, Sevilla, Real Betis and Lyon were monitoring the Ivory Coast international, who scored 14 goals and supplied five assists in 38 appearances. The report continues to mention that Lille received an offer of £31million for the 23-year-old, but doesn’t mention who of the quartet made the bid. Arsenal News: Arsenal showed interested in Lille winger Nicolas Pepe, reports claim (Image: GETTY) Arsenal are playing no different under Unai Emery to when Arsene Wenger was at the club, according to Paul Merson. Spaniard Emery brought in five new players in the summer but has had an indifferent start to the season with two defeats and two wins in his first four Premier League games in charge. And Merson admits it will take time for Emery to turn it around completely at Arsenal. But he says when he watches them play, it is as if Wenger was still in charge of the Gunners. “I would say no different at the moment,” Merson told Sky Sports News.
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Investigators face a challenging task, said Diane Doolittle, a former sex crimes prosecutor who is now an attorney with the Los Angeles firm Quinn Emanuel. “Investigating allegations, particularly ones from decades ago, can be difficult,” Doolittle said. “Documents are gone, people’s memories have faded, and some have moved on and don’t want to participate.” Golden-Gottlieb, a native of the Boston suburb of Sharon, moved to L.A. in 1958. Over the years, she worked at KTTV Channel 11, NBC, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer and Walt Disney Co. She joined Lorimar around 1985 and became a vice president in program development, working on such shows as “She’s the Sheriff,” a short-lived ABC comedy starring Suzanne Somers. Moonves also joined Lorimar in 1985. In July 1986, he suggested that the two go to lunch. Phyllis Golden-Gottlieb demonstrates an alleged encounter with former CBS Corp.
Vandals scrawl ‘serial rapist’ on Bill Cosby’s star on Hollywood Walk of Fame Authorities are investigating the vandalism of Bill Cosby’s star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame after it was marked with the words “serial rapist.” (KTLA) Los Angeles police are investigating the vandalism of disgraced comedian Bill Cosby’s star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame after it was marked with the words “serial rapist,” authorities said. LAPD officials learned someone had scrawled the words in black marker on the star about 5:30 a.m. Tuesday. It is not clear when the message was written, said Officer Mike Lopez. Authorities cleaned the plaque and reported the vandalism, Lopez said. Cosby, 81, once known as “America’s dad” for his role on the sitcom “The Cosby Show,” was convicted in April of drugging and molesting Andrea Constand, a former basketball official at Temple University, in 2004 in Philadelphia. He is expected to be sentenced Sept. 24. Cosby was given a star on the Walk of Fame in November 1977, according to the Walk of Fame’s website, which highlights his television and stand-up comedy career and calls him a “sought-after spokesman.” Tuesday’s incident isn’t the first time his star has been defaced. The word “rapist” was written across Cosby’s star three times in marker in 2014 amid mounting allegations from multiple women that he sexually assaulted them decades ago. The Hollywood Chamber of Commerce has said it will not remove stars of controversial public figures such as Cosby.
“This is no different than our national discourse, but this is one principal who is not going to stand for it,” Bishop told The Times on Sunday. The enrollment at Santa Ana High is almost 99% Latino; Aliso Niguel’s student body is majority white. Bishop’s posts sparked much debate over the weekend about what exactly happened. Some Aliso Niguel supporters said that Bishop unfairly maligned the school and that the students’ behavior was not racist. Others declared it a misunderstanding, saying some students arrived at the game in patriotic colors to commemorate the anniversary of the terrorist attacks on Sept. 11, 2001. “We are a multi-cultural school. Sure do we have outliers just as your school does? Sure, but for you to call our school a racist school is horrible to do to our students and our players,” one Aliso Niguel supporter commented on Bishop’s post. The principal began the social media storm by commending his team, which played hard in a 42-21 defeat. “It would have been easy to blame the racist welcome the ‘Saints’ received as they walked into the stadium and read the posters referencing — Trump, ‘We love White,’ ‘Build the Wall’ and various other politically and racially-charged statements,” he posted after the game.
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John Clayton to write weekly Monday morning NFL column for Washington Post Clayton was one of many ESPN reporters laid off last spring. John Clayton was one of the more widely-known names to be caught up in ESPN’s massive round of layoffs back in the spring of 2017. Clayton had been with ESPN for 23 years, and had done solid NFL reporting and analysis for just about every area of the company. He’d even starred in one of the better This is SportsCenter commercials, too: Clayton maintained a radio show and last year did sideline work for the Seattle Seahawks , but now he has a new gig: weekly columnist for The Washington Post. Clayton himself announced the new job today on Twitter, along with his first piece: I am humbled to announce that starting today I begin a weekly column for The Washington Post. The column moves to Monday every week starting next week. Today’s topic is QBs. Watch how quarterback play affects the NFC playoff race. Here is the link https://t.co/bJsVqKv1Di — John Clayton (@JohnClaytonNFL) September 5, 2018 If today’s column can be seen as a preview of things to come, Clayton’s weekly piece will focus on a wide-view analysis (this week’s: the likelihood that the NFC will see strong quarterback play) while closing with a notes-style segment where Clayton hits a few different topics around the league. Clayton is incredibly well-connected, and working for a large outlet like the Post allows him to take a league-wide focus.
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Ida Lewis was keeper of the Lime Rock Lighthouse in Newport, Rhode Island. Her father became keeper of the lighthouse in 1854 and Ida Lewis took over the running of it – in 1879 – after her father, and later her mother, died. By the time she became keeper, she had gained a reputation for boldly rowing into stormy seas to rescue sailors in distress – saving more than a dozen people over the years, possibly as many as 25. She made her first rescue as a young teenager, and her heroism made national headlines in 1869 when she saved two soldiers from drowning. Accounts from the time say Ida was woken at dawn by her mother’s concern for the two men. She jumped out of bed, and in only a light dress, launched her boat and rowed out to the two men who were shocked to find themselves being rescued by a girl. Image caption A woodcut image depicts the moment Ida Lewis rescued the two soldiers Her reputation as “the bravest woman in America” won her prestigious awards, She also met presidents and had musical works named after her. Hundreds of fans would travel out to Lime Rock to visit her. She died in 1911 of a stroke, and her heroics have since been largely forgotten. “It’s a big deal,” Karen Durham-Aguilera, executive director of Army National Military Cemeteries, was quoted by the Washington Post as saying.
Aside from Mr Dutton, those who offered resignations included three senior ministers in Mr Turnbull’s 23-member cabinet, Australian media reported. The opposition Labor party has accused the government of being in “chaos”. Image caption Peter Dutton has said he could still have a chance at taking the leadership from Mr Turnbull Now on the backbench, Mr Dutton has said he is still actively campaigning for the leadership and has lobbied other MPs for their support in a second vote. “You do not go into a ballot believing that you can lose and if I believe that a majority of colleagues support me then I would consider my position,” he told radio station 3AW. Mr Turnbull initiated the first vote among Liberal Party MPs on Tuesday in an attempt to end growing speculation about his position as leader of the Liberal party. He won the vote 48-35. “The iron laws of arithmetic confirmed my leadership,” he told reporters on Wednesday when asked about his future. The under-pressure PM has now withdrawn two major policies, admitting defeat over a company tax plan on Wednesday. Mr Turnbull confirmed he had asked eight ministers to stay on in his ministry despite their offers to stand down. Along with Mr Dutton’s resignation, he also let go the International Development Minister Concetta Fierravanti-Wells. Speaking to reporters on Wednesday, Mr Turnbull said: “What I’m endeavouring to do is to obviously ensure that the party is stable, to maintain the stability of the government of Australia.” Many Australians online have responded to the battle in Canberra with a sense of frustration and dismay.
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A man who stalked a woman through Facebook, then spent years harassing the journalists who covered his case, shot and killed several employees of the Capital Gazette in Annapolis, Maryland on Thursday. The suspect opened fire on the Capital Gazette offices in the afternoon, and he was apprehended by police after injuring multiple staff members and killing five: special publications editor Wendi Winters, sales assistant Rebecca Smith, assistant news editor Robert Hiaasen, editorial page editor Gerald Fischman, and staff writer John McNamara. Police have identified the suspect as Jarrod Ramos, a former US Bureau of Labor Statistics employee who pled guilty in 2011 to criminally harassing a high-school classmate. According to an article published in the Capital Gazette, Ramos sent the woman a friendly greeting, then began to insult and threaten her over email after she responded — telling her to kill herself, calling her workplace to get her fired, and scouring her friends’ Facebook profiles for details about her life. Ramos claimed the paper had defamed him with its reporting. A judge dismissed the case, noting a “fundamental failure” to understand defamation law: “[Ramos] is aggrieved because the story was sympathetic toward the harassment victim and was not equally understanding of the harassment perpetrator.” “[Ramos] is aggrieved because the story was sympathetic toward the harassment victim and was not equally understanding of the harassment perpetrator.” This loss was only the start of a years-long harassment campaign against the Capital Gazette, chronicled partially in an unsettling Twitter feed that appears to belong to the suspect. The account repeatedly references the 2015 shooting at Charlie Hebdo’s offices in Paris, and it displays a singular animus toward the Capital Gazette. “I’ll enjoy seeing @capgaznews cease publication, but it would be nicer to see Hartley and Marquardt cease breathing,” reads one tweet , referencing staff writer Eric Thomas Hartley — who wrote the article in question — and former editor and publisher Tom Marquardt. Marquardt told The Los Angeles Times that staff had worried about violence from Ramos: “I said during that time, ‘This guy is crazy enough to come in and blow us all away.’” But Marquardt said police were unable to arrest him, and that the staff was afraid to antagonize him by taking him to court. The suspect’s identity and his grudge against the Capital Gazette weren’t revealed until several hours after the attack.
The Express says the nation has started to believe that football could really be “coming home”. The Mail on Sunday agrees: “Mamma Mia! Maybe it really IS coming home”. David Baddiel – who co-wrote the anthem, It’s Coming Home, for the Euro 96 tournament – writes in the Sunday Times that he is daring to hope this time because the team is marked by joy and newness and youth and Gareth Southgate’s deep emotional intelligence. The Sun on Sunday warns that England now face an epic battle against Croatia. But the Sunday People’s headline urges the squad and their fans to – “Keep calm and Harry on”. Get news from the BBC in your inbox, each weekday morning The Sunday Times , the Sunday Telegraph , the Observer and the Mail on Sunday lead with resistance to Theresa May’s plans for the UK’s post-Brexit trading arrangements with the EU. According to the Telegraph, pro-Brexit MPs have expressed anger that Leave-supporting members of the Cabinet didn’t take a greater stand against the proposals – including resigning. One senior MP is quoted as saying: “Brexiteer ministers have put their careers before their country. They are traitors to the nation.” The Sunday Times says more than one MP texted Boris Johnson on Saturday, warning that he had 48 hours to resign and lead moves to overthrow Mrs May or he would never be Conservative leader. Others contacted Jacob Rees-Mogg, urging him to run for the leadership, the paper adds.
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But, in this case, it’s really too bad, because it’s time once again for somebody to stage an intervention over there. Fred Hiatt’s domain is having another one of its manic Beltway incestual episodes. First, there’s this bit of treacle , for which everyone responsible back to Stilson Hutchins should be fired. Brett’s older daughter and mine have been classmates at Blessed Sacrament School, a small Catholic school in the District, for the past seven years. On evenings and weekends, you’re likely to find Brett at a local gym or athletic field, encouraging his players or watching games with his daughters and their friends. He coaches not one but two girls’ basketball teams. His positive attitude and calm demeanor make the game fun and allow each player to shine. The results have been good: This past season, he led the Blessed Sacrament School’s sixth-grade girls team to an undefeated season and a citywide championship in the local Catholic youth league. To the parents with players on the squad, it’s no surprise that the team photograph with the trophy is displayed prominently in his chambers. This bit of cutesy-poo nonsense is going to stand with Sally Quinn’s legendary hissy-fit over the arrival of the Arkansas Travelers into the White House, and with Richard Cohen’s plea for mercy on behalf of Cap Weinberger because they both cruised the same produce aisles, as decent arguments for Ben Sasse’s old proposal to move the nation’s capital to Omaha. But that wasn’t the worst of it this week because, as part of the effort to ram through the nomination of Brett Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court, Fred Hiatt (or someone like him) decided we needed to hear from Kenneth Starr , who, if god were truly just, would be mowing the lawns outside battered women’s shelters for the rest of his life.
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July 12, 2018 / 11:45 AM / Updated 6 minutes ago Trump says Iran will seek fresh deal as looming sanctions weigh on economy BRUSSELS (Reuters) – U.S. President Donald Trump said Iran’s economic troubles were going to force it to seek a security deal with Washington following his withdrawal from a nuclear pact. U.S. President Donald Trump takes questions from the media during a news conference after participating in the NATO Summit in Brussels, Belgium July 12, 2018. REUTERS/Kevin Lamarque In May the United States pulled out of a multinational deal to lift sanctions against Iran in return for curbs to its nuclear program. Washington has since told countries they must halt all imports of Iranian oil from Nov. 4 or face U.S. financial measures. This may cut Iran’s hard currency earnings from oil exports, and the prospect has triggered a panicked flight of Iranians’ savings from the rial into dollars, weighing on an already ailing local currency, hit by economic woes and financial difficulties at local banks. Speaking to a news conference at a NATO leaders summit in Brussels, Trump said Iran was treating the U.S.
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Tetley, a former stockbroker turned bitcoin enthusiast who called herself “Bitcoin Maven,” will also pay a $20,000 fine and give up nearly $300,000 in cash, 25 gold bars and 40 bitcoin — worth about $270,000 as of Monday afternoon — that federal authorities seized last year. From 2014 to last year, Tetley exchanged as much as $9.5 million in cash for bitcoin, meeting clients at restaurants, coffee shops and other public places to hand over envelopes of cash in exchange for the virtual currency, the Justice Department said in court filings. She was arrested in March 2017 after a sting operation orchestrated by the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration. She offered to exchange $300,000 in cash — carried in two Trader Joe’s paper grocery bags — for bitcoin held by an undercover DEA agent posing as a drug dealer, prosecutors said. The Justice Department also alleged that Tetley made $6 million worth of bitcoin-for-cash exchanges with William James Farber, a Los Angeles man charged last summer with running an Altadena drug ring that sold cannabis on dark-web marketplaces Silk Road and AlphaBay. Tetley was charged with money laundering and operating an unlicensed money-transmitting business and pleaded guilty to both charges in January. It’s not illegal to exchange bitcoin or other digital currencies for cash, but Tetley did so without obeying federal rules that require banks and other financial firms to report suspicious activity and large cash transactions — measures that aim to curb money laundering by drug traffickers or other illegal businesses. Bitcoin and other virtual currencies, which are not issued by governments and can be directly exchanged from person to person without going through banks or other regulated institutions, are a preferred payment method for dark-web transactions. But those who accept virtual currency payments for illicit transactions may have a difficult time exchanging those holdings for real currency — unless they find someone like Tetley who would not report suspicious activity to federal regulators.
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