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The NEW Zoo & Adventure Park in Wisconsin showed off four North American otter pups, the first birth of the species at the zoo.
Facing calls to resign, the prime minister isn’t the only Cameron under scrutiny. It has emerged that his wife Samantha Cameron’s ‘special adviser’ Rosie Lyburn is paid £53,000 a year from the austerity-hit public purse for ‘fashion tips.’
Lyburn has also organized the party’s opulent Black and White annual fundraiser while an ‘events manager’ at Conservative HQ and is the grandchild of late Conservative grandee Lord Elliott of Morpeth.
The 28-year-old former ‘ethical model’ is married to Peter Lyburn, a one-time Scottish parliamentary candidate, who in 2010 contrived to lose the Tory party the Perth and North Perthshire constituency – considered to be the most winnable seat in Scotland at the time.
Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders, who says he is a “big, big fan” of Pope Francis, has accepted an invitation to speak at a conference on economic, environmental and social issues at the Vatican on
A leaked draft of a Senate bill addressing the fight between Apple and the FBI over encrypted data on an iPhone indicates lawmakers are pursuing a strict policy that would require compliance with court orders and a possible ban on end-to-end encryption.
A draft of the encryption bill, being crafted by Senators Dianne Feinstein (D-California) and Richard Burr (R-North Carolina), was leaked to The Hill newspaper, revealing that the top members of the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence want any company that provides data or communications services to “provide, in a timely manner, responsive, intelligible information or data, or appropriate technical assistance to obtain such information or data,” if ordered to do so by a court.
The Federal Communications Commission will fine a mobile provider $51.1 million for creating tens of thousands of fake Lifeline accounts. The Lifeline program, or “Obama phone” as some call it, subsidizes mobile service for low-income Americans.
The FCC announced its $51.1 million on Total Call Mobile on Thursday. It would be the largest ever levied against a Lifeline provider, with the FCC saying that it reflects the “seriousness, duration, and scope of TCM’s multiple apparent violations.”