Second Amendment supporters rejoice as Supreme Court decides to hear a critical case

The case, New York State Rifle & Pistol Association Inc. v. New York City, at a minimum will decide whether or not a New York City law that limits residents’ ability to transport their guns outside of their homes is constitutional. Currently, residents in that city can carry a licensed (if they can get one), locked and unloaded handgun to one of seven shooting ranges within city limits, but nowhere else, including homes or shooting ranges outside of the city. CLICK HERE TO GET THE FOX NEWS APP Keane is worked up because lower courts have been disagreeing with each…

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Drag act for children sparks outrage

Another, Louise Paine, wrote: “Drag is adult entertainment, an over-sexualised, misogynistic portrayal of women, usually by gay men. “This is not suitable for young children, especially when they are reading them stories which tell them they may have been born in the wrong body, an impossibility.” The tour has been running for two years, performing some 50 shows around the UK and reaching about 8,000 children. “They love it – there’s glitter, feather boas and they think it’s amazing,” said Mr Canham. Related Topics Somerset County Council Drag queens Taunton LGBT Read more: https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-somerset-46753018

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Homeless deaths ‘up 24%’ over five years

more than half of the deaths were because of drug poisoning, liver disease or suicide deaths increased throughout England but fell in Wales London and north-west England had the highest proportion of deaths the average age of death was 44 for men and 42 for women, compared with 76 for men and 81 for women among the rest of the population Mark Urmston, who visited the centre for some lunch, says his brother Luke, 31, a rough sleeper, was found dead on a bench earlier this year after a suspected drugs overdose. They were in and out of care as…

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Silencing Facebook rants, health device hackers and more: Tech Q&A

A: This kind of cyber-attack is the stuff of nightmares – to have your pacemaker deliver an unexpected shock, or to be deprived of insulin at a critical moment, and all of it is carried out remotely, by some stranger with a laptop. If you doubt that such a thing is possible, just listen to my podcast, where skilled hackers reveal precisely how they pulled this off. Tap or click here to hear from hackers who actually took control of pacemakers and other medical devices. Upgrade Regular TV Q: I have an old dumb TV. How do I make it…

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The judgmental mom is little more than a stereotype

(CNN)It’s quite possible that, by the time I had my first child, I had read more articles about navigating relationships with other moms than ones about navigating my relationship with my baby. Parent media is full of stories about moms who “judge,” “shame,” “clap back” and are at “war” with other mothers. Of course, total seclusion wasn’t a possibility, and I did leave the house with my child now and then. As my exposure increased over time, so did my sense of surprise and, ultimately, bewilderment. Six years, two kids and three cities later, and I have never once felt…

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How Tumblr’s adult content crackdown could alienate users

San Francisco (CNN Business)Tumblr says it is banning images and videos that feature “adult content,” including pornography, from its platform. The change, which will start December 17, threatens to alienate some of the blogging website’s most active communities. By expanding its list of banned material, Tumblr said it wants to make more people “feel comfortable expressing themselves” on the platform. Tumblr will still allow written adult content, including erotica, fan fiction and other creative writing. The company will enforce the new rules through a combination of automated detection, human moderation and assistance from community members who flag objectionable posts they…

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Supreme Court double jeopardy case could impact presidential pardon power

Washington (CNN)The Supreme Court grappled on Thursday with a case concerning an exception to the Fifth Amendment’s ban on prosecuting an individual twice for the same offense in a case that could also possibly impact President Donald Trump’s pardon power as it applied to the Robert Mueller probe. In addition, it could also impact the presidential pardon power, leading to a question of what would happen if President were to pardon an individual like his former campaign chairman Paul Manafort for federal offenses. Under the exception, a state could conceivably bring a prosecution for the same crimes. That might not…

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Push for more elderly crime convictions

“I’d like to assure older people that cases that go to the police will be investigated.” The CPS is opening its books on four cases involving older victims on Monday at its first area scrutiny panel on the issue in England and Wales. It wants feedback from different organisations on how they prosecuted them. Mr Hughes said he accepted older people could be patronised or stereotyped as all being vulnerable, but they wanted to learn lessons so more people would have the confidence to report crimes. Hostility to elderly people could become a hate crime Driveway conman made £1m from…

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Ivanka Trump’s 2009 Book Warning On Dangers Of Email Comes Back To Haunt Her

But President Donald Trump’s eldest daughter perhaps should have known better, given how she reportedly “My friend Andrew Cuomo, New York’s great attorney general (who is now Governor of New York), tells me that e-mail is the key to prosecuting just about everyone these days,” wrote Trump. Screenshot/Google Books can be so incredibly slapdash with their electronic messages, as if they were some modern version of smoke signals that can disappear without a trace.” RELATED COVERAGE Fox News Gets 'Late Show' Silent Treatment Over Ivanka Trump's Emails It's No Surprise Who Trump Thinks Should Be Time's 2018 'Person Of The…

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What’s next for #MeToo after Kavanaugh’s confirmation

(CNN)For many, the fight against Brett Kavanaugh’s confirmation was about more than a seat on the Supreme Court. It was a test of how far the conversation about sexual violence has come in the year since survivors began raising their voices. “As a result, we will be taking our power to the polls in November and voting them right out.” The first target of their political activism is the midterms, followed by the 2019 Women’s March. Then, all eyes will be on the 2020 general election. Otherwise, activists and civil rights groups say they will continue working to strengthen laws…

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