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A 'Mainstreaming Of Bigotry' As White Extremism Reveals Its Global Reach

White Supremecists global reach

Experts who monitor hate groups say the attacks on Friday at the mosques in Christchurch, New Zealand, follow a sharp rise in violent white extremism around the globe and especially in the United States.

"They operate in an ideological world of people that reinforce each other's ideas but may never actually meet each other in person," says Kathy Blee of the University of Pittsburgh, who studies white extremism.

It's a common misconception that the average white supremacist is a disaffected white guy with economic anxieties. Blee's research shows that middle-class and even upper-middle-class men from the mainstream are increasingly being drawn into this movement, which is mostly online and worldwide.


Nebraska floods leave towns submerged and at least one dead

Nebraska floods leave towns submerged

Authorities were using boats and large vehicles on Saturday to rescue and evacuate residents in parts of the US midwest where rainwater and snowmelt has poured over frozen ground, overwhelming creeks and rivers. At least one person was dead.

In eastern Nebraska, rescue efforts were hampered by reports of levee breaches and washouts of bridges and roads, including part of Nebraska Highway 92, leading in and out of south-west Omaha. Authorities confirmed that a bridge on that highway that crosses the Elkhorn river had been washed out.


Kentucky Judge Blocks Fetal Heartbeat Law That Would Ban Early Abortions

Judge blocks fetal heartbeat bill after Kentucky Governor signs it.

A Kentucky judge has blocked a controversial law that would ban abortions after a fetal heartbeat is detected, which is typically about six weeks into a pregnancy.

The ruling by Judge David J. Hale of the state’s western judicial district came hours after Republican Gov. Matt Bevin signed the measure into law, The New York Times reported.

Hale found that the law was potentially unconstitutional and ordered a hearing within the next 14 days to hear presentations on it.



Coons: Trump ‘should apologize’ for McCain tweets

Trump disses the late John McCain againSen. Chris Coons on Sunday called on President Donald Trump to apologize for trashing the late Sen. John McCain on Twitter during the weekend, and supported the departed Arizona Republican’s delivery to the FBI the so-called dossier on Trump’s alleged ties to Russia.

“I’ve long thought that his personal and direct attacks on Sen. McCain” were “one of the most detestable things about President Trump’s conduct as a candidate,” Coons, a Delaware Democrat, told host George Stephanopoulos on ABC’s “This Week” in defense of the former GOP senator and 2008 presidential candidate, who died last August after a battle with brain cancer.


Prosecutor who worked with Mueller 2 decades ago surfaces again

Prosecutor who worked with Mueller resurfacesSometimes it seems like Special Counsel Robert Mueller has worked with almost every federal prosecutor out there.

Recently unsealed court records show one veteran prosecutor who’s helping out Mueller’s office also played a role in one of Mueller’s most celebrated cases more than two decades ago.

Elizabeth Trosman, who’s now the chief of the appellate section at the U.S. Attorney’s Office in Washington, was serving in a similar role back in the 1990s when Mueller made a surprising move that has become one of the most-cited aspects of his impressive biography: He gave up a partnership in a high-paying law firm and went to work as a front-line homicide prosecutor trying to rein in Washington’s sky-high murder rate.


Ethiopian official: 'Clear similarities' between catastrophic Boeing plane crashes

Boeing 737 Max 8 similarities in both crashes

On a day when thousands mourned the 157 victims of last Sunday’s Ethiopian Airlines crash, Transport Minister Dagmawit Moges said “clear similarities’’ were found between that accident and a fatal Lion Air crash Oct. 29 in Indonesia.

Both doomed flights involved the new Boeing 737 MAX 8 aircraft, putting the onus on the American manufacturer to find the source of the catastrophic failure of its now-grounded plane.


Fox News pulls Jeanine Pirro's show after controversial remarks about Rep. Ilhan Omar's hijab

Jeanine Pirro show cancelled

"Omar wears the hijab, which according to the Quran 33:59, tells women to cover so they won’t get molested," Pirro said during her "Opening Statement" segment on March 10. "Is her adherence to this Islamic doctrine indicative of her adherence to Sharia law, which in itself is antithetical to the United States Constitution?"

It's not unusual for Pirro to get criticized for the things she says on the air but it is slightly out of the ordinary for the rebukes to come from within Fox News itself.

In a statement to USA TODAY, Fox said, "We strongly condemn Jeanine Pirro’s comments about Rep. Ilhan Omar. They do not reflect those of the network and we have addressed the matter with her directly."


Australia Cancels Visa for Right-Winger Milo Yiannopoulos After New Zealand Attacks

Yiannopoulos visa request to Australia rejected

Australia — home of the suspected gunman in the killing of 49 people at a New Zealand mosque — has banned alt-right firebrand Milo Yiannopoulos from touring the country over his social media response to the  massacre.

Yiannopoulos, a fierce critic of Islam who was set to visit Australia this year, had said on Facebook that attacks like Christchurch happen because “the establishment panders to and mollycoddles extremist leftism and barbaric, alien religious cultures.”

Australian Immigration Minister David Coleman said in a statement that Yiannopoulos’ social media comments are “appalling and foment hatred and division.”



Beto O’Rourke’s secret membership in America’s oldest hacking group

Beta O'Rourke was a hacker as a teen

As the Texas Democrat enters the race for president, members of a group famous for “hactivism” come forward for the first time to claim him as one of their own. There may be no better time to be an American politician rebelling against business as usual. But is the United States ready for O’Rourke’s teenage exploits?

> Some things you might know about Beto O’Rourke, the former Texas congressman who  just entered the race for president:

• The Democratic contender raised a record amount for a U.S. Senate race in 2018 and almost beat the incumbent in a Republican stronghold, without hiding his support for gun control and Black Lives Matter protests on the football field.


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