At least three far-right massacres in recent years have allegedly been perpetrated by people who identify as eco-fascists. The accused murderer of 10 black people at a Buffalo, New York, supermarket on Saturday intertwined anti-Semitic conspiracy theories with a form of natural conservation. In a 180-page racist rant, the 18-year-oldRead More →

A choir of mothers enjoyed a night out, donned their best outfits and showed up for “Mummy Mingle” at the Hyundai showroom last Friday, for an evening of “mumosas” and conversation, courtesy of Young Mummy Diaries. Under the theme “Reset, Renew, Reimagine: A Post-COVID Conversation”, the evening’s guest speakers, KamilaRead More →

[Find the latest in trucking technology: Explore this quarter’s issue of iTECH] Although the concepts of artificial intelligence and machine learning are not new, rapid advancements in this area are driving the future of software development in the freight transportation industry. Increasingly, technology providers are using AI and ML toRead More →

Regulatory considerations continue to be an area for women’s health companies to address, as discussed in a meeting on April 14, 2022, online seminar presented by McGuireWoods Health Advocates Kayla Marty and Tim Frire. The predominant areas of focus for women’s healthcare providers include: strategies for implementing alternative payment models,Read More →

To help members maximize opportunities and reduce risk, OODA hosts a monthly video call to discuss topics of mutual interest to our members. These highly collaborative sessions are always a great way for our members to meet and interact with each other while discussing topics such as global risks, emergingRead More →

Florida education officials have come under fire for putting ‘political theatre’ on teaching after revealing four examples among the 54 math textbooks they rejected last week. The state said it refused to use the books because of “prohibited subject matter,” including alleged references to critical race theory. On Friday, however,Read More →

Local elected officials have confirmed their participation in the May 2 event at the library co-sponsored by the League of Women Voters, Glenview Journal By Tom Robb | on April 21, 2022 The League of Women Voters of Glenview-Glencoe has a growing list of confirmed speakers for itsRead More →

[Stay on top of transportation news: Get TTNews in your inbox.] With negotiations set to begin soon between the 22,000-member International Longshore and Warehouse Union and the Pacific Maritime Association, ILWU leaders express confidence that the two sides will reach an agreement – without disruption of work – before theRead More →

SALISBURY — A former Rowan County assistant district attorney and his former boss engaged in a heated debate about crime, conviction rates, court scheduling and a variety of other issues at the Rowan County Republican Party Candidates Forum for the district attorney Wednesday night. Paxton Butler challenges incumbent District AttorneyRead More →

GENERAL ASSEMBLY At the General Assembly this morning… You heard Mrs. Catherine Marchi-Uhel. She heads the International, Impartial and Independent Mechanism to Support the Investigation and Prosecution of Persons Responsible for the Most Serious Crimes Under International Law Committed in the Syrian Arab Republic. Ms. March-Uhel presented the entity’s annualRead More →

INSURANCE PAYMENTS Another question posed by a participant was whether the government would consider increasing the amount of claims for mental illness under the Central Provident Fund’s Medishield insurance scheme, since the current cap “is pretty minimal”. and that many insurers here still do not include mental health issues inRead More →

Watch the forum replay in the player above. COLUMBIA, Missouri (KMIZ.) The four nominees from the Jefferson City School Board of Education shared their thoughts and discussed several topics at a nominee forum hosted by the News Tribune. The forum included Adam Gresham, Marc Ellinger, Anne Bloemke-Warren and Erika Leonard.Read More →

Wyatt Patterson/THE REVIEWAs for what happens next, all four panelists expressed pessimistic views. BY WYATT PATTERSON Mosaic editor management On Monday, February 28, the university organized a panel discussion on the Russian invasion of Ukraine. The event, titled “Mauled by the Bear: Understanding the War in Ukraine”, was announcement threeRead More →

Florida’s Republican-dominated Legislature on Tuesday passed a bill banning the teaching of sexual orientation and gender identity in kindergarten through third grade, dismissing a wave of criticism from Democrats that it marginalizes LGBTQ people. The proposal, which opponents have dubbed the “Don’t Say Gay” bill, is now passing through theRead More →

Leading scholars from over 40 research institutes, as well as leading practitioners and policy experts, will meet on Friday and Saturday, March 4 and 5, 2022 (8 a.m. to 5 p.m. both days) to discuss the findings and current practices related to information technology and data. science to make healthcareRead More →

After attending a national conference, Franklin County commissioners said they had ideas for how to spend the county’s $20.2 million in American Rescue Plan Act money. Commissioners Tim Brinker and Dave Hinson were among 2,000 public servants from across the United States who attended the National Counties Association Legislative ConferenceRead More →

“LOVE THEORY 1”: A Black History Month roundtable featuring artists Marlon Davila, Veronica Foreman, Danyelle Kessler and Rhinold Ponder, whose work is featured here, will take place at the mall’s Princeton Makes store Princeton on Saturday, February 26 at 4 p.m. Princeton Makes, a Princeton-based artists’ cooperative, and Art AgainstRead More →

A bill to address requirements related to “divisive concepts” at Tennessee’s public colleges and universities is expected to be discussed in the Tennessee Senate and House on Wednesday. The bill will require public higher education schools to conduct campus climate surveys of faculty and students every two years regarding students’Read More →

Is a teacher’s ability to mention sexual orientation and gender identity in the classroom a threat to elementary school students or does it promote a full and inclusive educational experience? Americans are grappling with the question as initiatives progress in several states that would muzzle public school teachers on LGBTQ-relatedRead More →

Forty Campbell River educators gathered at libraries and learning centers this school year to discuss better ways to introduce issues of racism and prejudice to their students. The Anti-Racism Learning Group was started by Rachel Friedrich, Gillian Kirke and a group of educators from École Phoenix Middle School in September.Read More →

CATLETTSBOURG If there’s one word to sum up Tuesday’s Boyd County Tax Court meeting, it’s “TIF.” In fact, it’s three words — Tax Increment Financing. The majority of Tuesday’s meeting turned into a briefing on how the TIF District works, in anticipation of a proposed designation to the Camp LandingRead More →

(Melina Myers – USA TODAY Sports) Once the Super Bowl is over, the draft season begins. It’s already happening with the East-West Shrine Bowl and the Senior Bowl, and the combine is upon us. What draft prospect are you most interested in throughout this process as a player who couldRead More →

At a public safety forum on Thursday, outgoing Colorado Springs Police Chief Vince Niski, 4th Judicial District Attorney Michael Allen and other prominent Colorado Springs officials weighed in on public safety issues affecting the southeast part of the city and the United States in general. Homicide rates, homelessness and illegalRead More →

The Committee for Wyndham (C4W) will host a series of forums in March and April focused on topics that have been identified as critical to the region’s growth and future prosperity. The Think Ahead! Wyndham Forums are intended to connect participants to the people who make important decisions on behalfRead More →

Florida’s Republican-controlled House Judiciary Committee introduced a bill on Wednesday that state Democrats say only fan the flames of the state legislature’s partisan culture war. . supported by Republicans House Bill 7, titled “Individual Freedom,” could prevent Florida educators from teaching sensitive topics — such as race, discrimination and historicalRead More →

Surprise, surprise – Google has decided to abandon FLoC (Federated Learning of Cohorts), its alternative to cookies, with something called Topics API. The Topics API will use browsing topics in approximately 300 categories. Yes, FLoC is a FLoP. Here’s a good summary from Google’s Ginny Marvin: 2/4 Browser determines aRead More →

To subscribe to The World Herald in Google News The United Nations published this video article, titled “Burkina Faso, Ukraine, Afghanistan and other topics – Daily press briefing (January 24, 2022)” – below their description. Midday briefing by Stephen Dujarric, Spokesperson for the Secretary General. Strong points: -Burkina FasoRead More →

The Chinese Embassy in Japan said on Saturday that it had filed solemn representations with the Japanese side after Prime Minister Fumio Kishida and US President Joe Biden discussed negative China-related content. Biden and Kishida held a virtual meeting on Friday, in which the two discussed China-related topics, including Xinjiang,Read More →

WASHINGTON — An agricultural advisory to the Federal Environmental Protection Agency has filed a report making recommendations to the agency on several topics, such as U.S. waters, pesticides and food waste. The 32-member Farms, Ranches and Rural Communities Committee developed the 46 page report excluding meetings in 2020 and 2021.Read More →

Bitcoin has finally broken through the $ 12,000 resistance zone, ETH transaction fees are also skyrocketing with the price of moving tokens on the Ethereum blockchain continuing to soar, Chinese Sichuan has encouraged blockchain companies to helping to excessively consume hydropower during the rainy season, Filecoin mining is in fullRead More →

Pittsburgh’s future has been the subject of North West Bank Developer Forumheld Monday morning to a packed house at the Union Trust Building — itself a symbol of Pittsburgh’s illustrious past, painstakingly restored and repurposed for the kinds of high-tech businesses that are driving Pittsburgh’s new economy. Mayor Bill Peduto,Read More →