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As the coronavirus pandemic spread throughout the population, hospitals became overrun with patients. The lack of personal protective equipment meant that doctors, nurses and other staff risked their lives in order to save others. A doctor, who was pregnant during the pandemic, explains the chaos within the NHS, why she was forced to quit and how it was covered up.

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David Rohde - The American Deep State

UNE Center for Global Humanities and its founding director, Anouar Majid, host David Rohde on The American Deep State. This event was recorded on October 26, 2020.

Who Was the Umbrella Man? | JFK Assassination Documentary | The New York Times

In 2011, on the anniversary of the assassination of President John F. Kennedy, Errol Morris explored the story behind the one man seen standing under an open black umbrella at the site.

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Malcolm Gladwell talks with Jelani Cobb about Gladwell's fascinating new book, Talking to Strangers

Malcolm Gladwell has a simple question: how should we talk to people we don’t know? But the answers are far thornier—and more fascinating—than we can imagine.

Join the celebrated, New York Times-bestselling author in a provocative discussion with Jelani Cobb about his new book, Talking to Strangers. Upending our fundamental assumptions about trust and deception, Gladwell uses case studies like the Bernie Madoff scandal, the trial of Amanda Knox and the death of poet Sylvia Plath to make a fresh, illuminating argument that our longstanding cultural assumptions about communication and familiarity are due for an update in 2019 and beyond.

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Whistleblowers silenced by China could have stopped global coronavirus spread | 60 Minutes Australia

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Mid-November in Wuhan, China, and cases of a strange new flu start surfacing. In a sprawling city of 11 million people, the coronavirus, our invisible brutal enemy was born - festering at least a month and a half before the world was told. In January President Xi Jinping made a decision that would ultimately condemn the world: allowing 5 million people to leave the epicentre of the virus without being screened.

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Alexis Madrigal: The COVID Tracking Project

As the COVID-19 crisis grips America and the world, the daily counts of confirmed cases and deaths have become ubiquitous. But these two numbers paint an incomplete picture about how widespread the outbreak truly is.

To provide a more detailed scope of the crisis, journalist Alexis Madrigal started the COVID Tracking Project. Madrigal and a team of data and science experts have spent hundreds of hours obtaining, organizing and publishing high-quality data breaking down the test numbers. The data report the number of positive and negative tests done at the national and state levels, as well as pending tests and deaths.

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Exclusive: Former Overstock CEO speaks out on his resignation CEO, Patrick Byrne, resigned amid some 'deep-state' controversy. He exclusively tells FOX Business' 'Bulls & Bears' why he did that.

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OFFGRID: Human Trafficking Panel Discussion

Human trafficking is modern day slavery and happening around the world with alarming frequency. Join RECOIL OFFGRID Editor Tom Marshall as he interviews a panel of experts on the front lines battling this epidemic to learn more about what it is, how it’s happening, and what you can do to protect yourself. Our panel of experts:
Yousef Badou - owner/lead instructor of Emergence Disrupt
Bazzel Baz - founder of Association for the Recovery of Children
Theresa Flores - trafficking survivor and founder of The SOAP Project
Bruce Ladebu - founder of Children's Rescue Initiative
Bazzel Baz is a graduate of The Citadel, former Captain USMC, former CIA SAD/SOG Paramilitary Case Officer and founder of one of the longest running child rescue NGOs in the U.S. established in 1993, known as The Association For The Recovery of Children aka ARC. ARC is a non-profit consisting of former military, intelligence and law enforcement personnel dedicated to the safe recovery of missing, exploited, and trafficked American children. Thus far they have a 100% rescue rate in that every child they have gone after, has come home.
Bruce Ladebu spent 20 years as a professional adventurer, explorer, and guide traveling to some of the wildest places on Earth. Since then, Bruce has started a number of organizations and has advised leaders in many nations. In the early ’90s Bruce traveled through ex-Soviet Union countries and saw the terrible conditions children were forced to live in, including the marketing of young girls and boys forced into sex trafficking. Then in 2009, after witnessing labor slavery firsthand, Bruce worked to develop a strategy to rescue these individuals, and Children’s Rescue Initiative was formed. As of September 2020, Bruce and his teams have rescued over 2,300 children and adults from slavery and given them a start in a new life.
Theresa Flores’ incredible true story is of an all-American teenager who survived two years of being a sex slave while living at home in an upper middle-class Michigan suburb. Since her escape, she has helped rescue numerous missing children with her nonprofit The SOAP Project — Save Our Adolescents from Prostitution. SOAP’s Mission is to educate and bring awareness to human trafficking in the U.S., mobilize volunteers to rescue missing children being trafficked, and to help restore survivors of trafficking.
Yousef Badou is a former Marine Infantryman with multiple combat tours, and an industry leading expert in the areas of Situational Awareness and Behavioral Analysis. Founder of Emergence, Badou's organization is the premier provider of subject matter expertise and consulting to increase organization’s situational awareness and pre-event threat detection.
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Bodyguard Reveals Ellen DeGeneres Is Nothing Like She Seems

As the coronavirus pandemic leaves America's workforce in limbo, comedian Ellen DeGeneres has come under fire for allegedly mistreating her crew in these uncertain times. According to Variety, more than 30 of The Ellen DeGeneres Show's employees are, quote, outraged over their treatment from top producers, as they claim they have been kept in the dark regarding their pay, hours, and other health-related concerns for more than a month.

Now, her former bodyguard, Tom Majercak, has stepped up to reveal that she's, quote, cold and demeaning. Majercak told Fox News,

Ellen is the one person that I've been assigned to and I've been assigned to quite a few celebrities that has never taken the time to say hi to me.

Majercak had been assigned to escort DeGeneres and wife Portia De Rossi at the 2014 Oscars, and although De Rossi was, quote, very pleasant and carried on a conversation, everything went south when she introduced him to DeGeneres. Majercak said,

It started going negatively when [De Rossi] introduced me to Ellen and Ellen pretty much just gave me a side glance out of her eye and didn't even say 'hello' or 'thank you for protecting my mother, my wife and me.'

And now, as the talk show host faces backlash from her crew, Majercak knew it was time to speak up. With DeGeneres now at the mercy of her staff's complaints, her former bodyguard knew this was his chance to share an experience that's bugged him for years.

I see this person come across as being very enlightened and positive and awesome and everybody loves her and is in awe and that's really not the case when you meet her in person. When you see her on TV, people fall in love with her but it is a false facade and bravado. You start hearing these stories and I was like, 'Man, there's got to be more to this.' She's not the person she portrays to be that she's playing off of society. That's my opinion.

Furthermore, Majercak claimed that DeGeneres, quote, doesn't care about anybody else as long as she's getting what she wants. He added,

People are starting to see her true self and that really lends to the support of what my initial thoughts of her have been over the last six years.

Majercak's claims about how he was treated by DeGeneres while acting as her bodyguard don't seem to cast the star in the best light. Despite that, there were plenty of mixed reactions to what could be seen as an example of bad behavior or, frankly, totally normal actions by someone who just happens to be famous. One unimpressed Twitter user wrote in response to Majercak's accusations,

Ellen has done a lot of good. However, she does a lot of mean passive-aggressive stuff that just rubs me the wrong way (like the way she enjoys frightening her guests and even her own staff).

However, not everyone thought that the talk show host was in the wrong, like this person, who tweeted,

He's [crying] because she did not speak to him. Why do people expect her to be like she is on her show 24hrs a day. She's human. Damn.

Someone else agreed, writing, quote, He's paid to protect her, not be her bestie.

Whether DeGeneres' actions were acceptable or not, some people simply weren't surprised, as one person tweeted,

Everyone knows she's a wolf in sheep's clothing.

When Majercak accused DeGeneres of being less than friendly during their encounter, his claim came not long after she faced accusations of being cold to one of the cheeriest YouTube stars around: NikkieTutorials.

The popular online makeup guru opened up about appearing on Ellen's show after coming out as transgender. On a Dutch talk show, Nikkie admitted the American host wasn't as nice as others she's met in the industry. When she was then asked if DeGeneres was distant and cold, the YouTuber confirmed that, saying,

Just a little...It was a huge honor to be on that stage with Ellen, but it wasn't as nice as I thought.

Nikkie has also said that she may have been naive when going into the experience, explaining that:

[I] kind of expected to be welcomed with confetti cannons: 'Welcome to The Ellen DeGeneres Show!' But instead [I] was greeted by an angry intern who was a bit overworked...I was expecting a Disney show, but got Teletubbies after dark.

It sounds like DeGeneres may need to work on her people skills if she wants these kinds of stories to stop popping up. Watch the video to learn how this Bodyguard Reveals Ellen DeGeneres Is Nothing Like She Seems!

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The Best Way to Play the Coronavirus Outbreak

This week, Extreme Value Editor Dan Ferris examines China's handling of the coronavirus outbreak and asks if the country increased the risks by trying to cover it up. He also gives investors some actionable advice on how to best play the situation. Our guest, David Collum, professor at Cornell University discusses share buybacks and the Fed's latest insane move. Dan and David also take a deep dive on climate change and the Jeffrey Epstein story, with David calling the Epstein story, the biggest story in American history... Listen now!

Alexa's Involvement with the CIA

After an eerie video of the Amazon Echo caught some people's attention, Ellen got a hold of more footage that sheds light on Alexa's undercover operation…

Ray Dalio's Bridgewater False Evidence against Former Employees | July 15, 2020 #PiperRundown

Bridgewater Associates ‘manufactured false evidence’ in trade secrets case against two former employees. Arbitration ruling in dispute quoted by Financial Times reporting.

Founder Ray Dalio’s hedge fund initiated a dispute against Zach Squire and Lawrence Minicone in November 2017. Bridgewater saif they had taken trade secrets and breached their contracts.

The arbitrators found that Bridgewater’s claims had been brought in “bad faith”.

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DISCUSSION GROUP | Recruiting in the Cyber World – Q or Bond or Both?

Ian Fleming’s legendary suave super-spy, James Bond, has imprinted himself on the collective imagination of society as what a true intelligence gathering agent looks and acts like. While this has never really been the case, the reality today is even farther afield from the tuxedo-clad, martini-swilling 007. In the digital age, do modern spies look more like Bond’s geeky, gadget-obsessed quartermaster “Q” than Bond himself? Dole Fellow Ron Marks welcomes former Chief of the Directorate of Digital Innovations Hiring for the CIA Roynda Hartsfield, who will discuss what the CIA and the intelligence community at large is looking for in a 21st century spy.

Another misconception that lingers in the minds of the public is that intelligence operatives are always agents of a government, or “On Her Majesty’s Secret Service.” In reality, the intelligence industrial complex has ballooned from $27 billion annually in 2001 to $86 billion today. Hartsfield and Marks will explore what this shift in the terrain means, the differences and similarities between what the public and private sectors look for when hiring new operatives, and what types of individuals should apply.

This discussion group is a not-to-be-missed opportunity to get world-class advice and information about pursuing a career in this rapidly growing industry. It is also a chance to dispel the fictions around what spies in our age look like, and perhaps for attendees to see themselves in a field they had previously relegated to “spies” like James Bond.

Roynda “Roy” Hartsfield is a recently retired senior Central intelligence Agency officer and formerly Chief of the Directorate of Digital Innovations Hiring. Roy has spent most of her career overseas focused on operational issues around the globe. She currently heads Talent Acquisition for Excel Technologies and is President of PTG Consulting focused on bringing more diversity and inclusion to STEM.

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ACS At-Large: How to Help Clients Blow the Whistle Without Going to Jail

No one should have to risk their career, or their freedom, to follow their conscience. At a time when brave whistleblowers are stepping forward to protect the Constitution, join the ACS At-Large Chapter and John Tye for a discussion on lawful options for civil servants and private sector employees to report and publicize misconduct--even when the underlying evidence is classified.

Expect a fascinating discussion of a branch of the law with important implications for preserving a republican system of government.


John Tye, Founder and CEO, Whistleblower Aid

Inside Media: History's Most Famous Crimes

Author Edward Jay Epstein looks back at history's most famous crimes and their tangled histories as chronicled in his new book The Annals of Unsolved Crime.

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Compensation Planning for Customer Success Managers

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Trial Of Donald Trump Transition Official May Expose New Mike Flynn Details | Rachel Maddow | MSNBC

Rachel Maddow reports on the case of Bijan Kian, an associate of Mike Flynn and former official on the Trump transition team facing charges including operating as an agent of a foreign government.
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2019 Future Warfighting Symposium: Tim Schultz, Innovation and the Information Age

The U.S. Naval War College held its Future Warfighting Symposium Aug. 6-8, the third year of an event focused on cyber warfare, the pace of technological change, space and the impact of social media on conflict.

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In this stream, I start by covering the importance of current events in the context of AP English Language. After explaining why current events matter, I go into a deep dive into six current events. I elaborate on the protests in Sudan, protests in Hong Kong, North Korean-US negotiations, gun violence, the India-Pakistan conflict, and Jeffrey Epstein. After each current event, I provide some examples as to how you could use that current event in an AP Lang essay, and I provide a sample prompt to write a thesis for after each current event.



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