Chiefs-Broncos inactives: Clyde Edwards-Helaire will play Sunday night – Arrowhead Pride

  1. Chiefs-Broncos inactives: Clyde Edwards-Helaire will play Sunday night  Arrowhead Pride
  2. NFL Week 13: Previewing Broncos vs. Chiefs | NFL Countdown  ESPN
  3. Broncos’ Best Hope: How to Slow Down Chiefs WR Tyreek Hill  Sports Illustrated
  4. Chiefs suffer coronavirus scare hours before Sunday night game vs. Broncos: report  Fox News
  5. Broncos Briefs: Vic Fangio, Justin Simmons excited to have Will Parks back on roster  The Denver Post
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NYC Bar Owner Arrested — Again!



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Taken to hospital…



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Jets, Raiders players question defensive call on Ruggs' game-winning TD – NFL.com

  1. Jets, Raiders players question defensive call on Ruggs’ game-winning TD  NFL.com
  2. New York Jets safety Marcus Maye calls out DC Gregg Williams for ill-fated blitz call  ESPN
  3. Mina Kimes’ Tweet About The Jets’ Loss Is Going Viral  The Spun
  4. Raiders vs. Jets Week 13 Highlights | NFL 2020  NFL
  5. Miracle in the Meadowlands: Raiders beat Jets on late Henry Ruggs TD – Las Vegas Raiders Blog- ESPN  ESPN
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Green Bay Packers QB Aaron Rodgers fastest to 400 career touchdown passes – ESPN

  1. Green Bay Packers QB Aaron Rodgers fastest to 400 career touchdown passes  ESPN
  2. Packers vs. Eagles score: Green Bay earns victory as Philly’s Jalen Hurts sees first extensive action  CBSSports.com
  3. Cartoon: Carson Wentz and his Jalen Hurts problem  The Philadelphia Inquirer
  4. Green Bay Packers Week 13 Injury Report: The List is Shrinking!  Dairyland Express
  5. Pack-A-Day Podcast – Episode 865 – Packers/Eagles Pregame Show  Cheesehead TV
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A Michigan Trump Supporter’s House Was Bombed; Crickets From The MSM.

Macomb County, MICHIGAN — The homeowner said everything happened early Saturday morning just after midnight. He was upstairs with his girlfriend when they heard a loud boom go off. He rushed downstairs and said he was shocked at what he saw.

 

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'Close to an Agreement': Stimulus Bill Likely to Come in Next Few Days, Bipartisan Group of Senators Say – Newsweek

  1. ‘Close to an Agreement’: Stimulus Bill Likely to Come in Next Few Days, Bipartisan Group of Senators Say  Newsweek
  2. Lawmakers say COVID-19 relief bill won’t offer $1200 checks  East Idaho News
  3. Senators express optimism about a Covid-19 stimulus proposal coming early this week  CNN
  4. Proposed COVID-19 relief bill expected to get backing from Trump, McConnell  KTLA
  5. Second $1,200 stimulus check ‘may still be in play,’ Biden says  WFAA.com
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Biden to pick Xavier Becerra to lead Health and Human Services: NY Times

December 6, 2020

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – President-elect Joe Biden has picked California Attorney General Xavier Becerra as his nominee for secretary of health and human services, the New York Times reported on Sunday, citing people familiar with the transition.

Becerra, a former congressman, will lead the health agency as it struggles to handle a resurgence of the coronavirus, including record infections and a daily death toll that has exceeded 2,000 in recent days, and prepares a mammoth effort to vaccinate Americans against the virus.

More than 281,000 Americans have died from the COVID-19 disease, according to a Reuters tally.

The choice of Becerra, 62, a Latino who also had been considered a candidate for other slots including U.S. attorney general, came as pressure intensified on Biden to bring more diversity to his Cabinet appointments, including complaints from the Congressional Hispanic Caucus about the lack of Latinos.

Biden named some top members of his health team last week, and is expected to roll out the full team this week. He has asked Anthony Fauci, director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases and a member of President Donald Trump’s coronavirus task force, to stay on as chief medical adviser.

He also has named Jeff Zients, an economic adviser touted for his managerial skills, as a coronavirus “czar” to oversee an unprecedented operation to distribute hundreds of millions of doses of a new vaccine, coordinating efforts across multiple federal agencies.

Biden also named Vivek Murthy, a physician and former surgeon general who has gained prominence in recent months as co-chairman of Biden’s advisory board dealing with the coronavirus pandemic, to return for a second go-around as surgeon general.

Becerra served in Congress from 1993 to 2017 before moving back to his home state to become attorney general.

(Reporting by John Whitesides; Editing by Daniel Wallis)

Hawaii DOH places its first order for Pfizer’s COVID-19 vaccine – Hawaii News Now

  1. Hawaii DOH places its first order for Pfizer’s COVID-19 vaccine  Hawaii News Now
  2. NHS staff prepare to administer Pfizer coronavirus vaccine  The Sun
  3. COVID-19 vaccine: What to know about hidden costs, when you’ll get it, more  CNET
  4. Opinion: Europe can only beat coronavirus together  DW (English)
  5. FDA to hold emergency use authorization hearings for Pfizer, Moderna vaccines  Fox Business
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Coronavirus vaccine's proximity is no reason for Americans to let guard down: officials – Fox News

  1. Coronavirus vaccine’s proximity is no reason for Americans to let guard down: officials  Fox News
  2. Winter Covid surge is the ‘worst event that this country will face,’ White House health advisor Birx says  CNBC
  3. Full Birx Interview: Vaccine Is ‘Critical’ But It’s ‘Not Going To Save Us’ From Covid-19 Surge  NBC News
  4. Birx frustrated by ‘parroting back’ of virus misinformation  POLITICO
  5. New pleas for masks as Trump rally ignores Covid risk  Yahoo News
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DHS Investigated For Spying On Citizens Using Cell Data From Mobile Advertising

DHS Investigated For Spying On Citizens Using Cell Data From Mobile Advertising

Tyler Durden

Sun, 12/06/2020 – 18:40

The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) is launching an inspector general investigation into whether federal agencies surveilled Americans via their cell phone data without a warrant. While this sounds like nothing new, it involved federal agents buying access to a large commercial database.

According to a letter the DHS sent to Congressional leaders last week and obtained by The Wall Street Journal:

The department’s inspector general told five Democratic senators that his office would initiate an audit “to determine if the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) and its components have developed, updated, and adhered to policies related to cell-phone surveillance devices,” according to a letter sent last week to Capitol Hill and shared with The Wall Street Journal.

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Putting aside the dubiousness of a major federal agency mounting an “objective” probe of one of its own internal departments over violations of Constitutional rights, the episode shows the US government has done little in the way of reform after the Edward Snowden NSA revelations of 2013. Of course, there were few that believed subsequent empty “promises” of politicians to curtail illegal domestic spying in the first place.

In this newest case the investigation will focus on US Customs and Border Protection (CBP) and its alleged use of of commercially-available phone tracking data to snoop on the whereabouts of individuals. Congressional inquiries started when it was first revealed the CBP payed up to $500,000 to private company for access to a commercial database which has “location data mined from applications on millions of Americans’ mobile phones.”

The company at the center of the probe is a government contractor named Venntel which sources its data from mobile advertising to create “100 percent commercially available data”.

Last Wednesday a group of Senators led by Ron Wyden (D-Ore.) and Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass) issued a statement which said the following

If federal agencies are tracking American citizens without warrants, the public deserves answers and accountability, I won’t accept anything less than a thorough and swift inspector general investigation that sheds light on CBP’s phone location data surveillance program.

“CBP is not above the law and it should not be able to buy its way around the Fourth Amendment,” the senators said in the letter addressed to Inspector General Joseph Cuffari.

Simultaneous to the Congressional probe the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) last week filed a lawsuit demanding the release of “records about their purchases of cell phone location data for immigration enforcement and other purposes.” 

One crucial detail which remains unclear at this point, however, is the degree to which CBP was obtaining the tracking data of illegal immigrants or foreigners of questionable legal status in the United States. Even if so it’s likely they were accessing tracking data of American citizens in the process.

The CBP defense of their actions may hinge on such an argument, namely, that the methods were necessary and only applied to snooping on non-US citizens seeking to evade border and immigration authorities.



Source: Zero Hedge, DHS Investigated For Spying On Citizens Using Cell Data From Mobile Advertising

New York Authorities reportedly investigate BOMB THREAT on Aeroflot flight from Moscow to JFK airport, with 250 on board

Local US media reported on Sunday, citing New York Port Authority Police , that law enforcement officers were investigating a potential bomb threat on an Aeroflot plane, which had traveled from Moscow to JFK airport.

The scheduled flight, from the Russian capital, landed safely at John F. Kennedy International Airport at around 3:45 p.m. local time (8:45 p.m. GMT), according to WPIX. Russia’s flag carrier later revealed that no explosives were discovered. 

Fox News, citing Port Authority Police, reported that approximately 250 passengers on board were evacuated from the aircraft due to an alleged bomb threat.

JFK airport confirmed that emergency personnel were working on what it described as an ‘ongoing incident,’ but assured that the facility continues to operate without delays.

The flight in question appeared to be Aeroflot SU102, using a Boeing 777-300ER, which departed from Moscow on Sunday, according to information from Flightradar24.

An investigation has been launched into the incident.

A spokesperson for the Russian airline later told the Sputnik news agency that no explosives were found on board. The airport confirmed that “all emergency activity has concluded.” 

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Authorities reportedly investigate BOMB THREAT on Aeroflot plane from Moscow at JFK airport in New York

Local media citing Port Authority Police reported that officers were investigating a potential bomb threat on a plane from the Russian capital to New York.

The Aeroflot plane safely landed at John F. Kennedy International Airport at around 3:45 p.m. local time (8:45 p.m. GMT), according to WPIX.

Fox News, citing Port Authority Police, reported that approximately 250 passengers on board have been evacuated from the aircraft due to an alleged bomb threat.

JFK airport confirmed that emergency personnel has been working on what it described as an ‘ongoing incident,’ but assured that the facility continues to operate without delays.

The flight in question appears to be Aeroflot SU102, a Boeing-777 which departed from Moscow on Sunday, according to information from Flightradar24.

Police reportedly added that an investigation is ongoing. 

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