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The CIA sent a team of 4 operators on a spy mission targeting China. None came back.In 2008, CIA operative Stephen Stanek faced a decision: cancel the operation he was running or go forward with it — as a tropical storm barreled through the Philippines with a projection to veer north and miss his team's area of operation.


9/19/2020 4:00:47 AM

Whose voters are 'hidden' in polling data? 'Shy' Biden voters may actually outnumber Trump’sJust 20 percent of Trump voters with mostly Biden-backing neighbors say those neighbors would be surprised by their support for Trump. Among Biden voters in Trump country, however, that number is 10 points higher (30 percent).


9/18/2020 4:00:14 AM

Juggling tropical Storms Wilfred, Beta, Hurricane Teddy and a new wave. That’s a recordThe breakneck pace of the 2020 Atlantic hurricane season claimed another record on Friday after three tropical storms formed within a 24-hour period, hitting fast-forward on the National Hurricane Center’s adoption of the Greek alphabet for storm names.


9/18/2020 7:01:10 AM

Mass suspension of German police officers who shared pictures of Hitler and doctored images of refugees in gas chambersThe officers allegedly shared extremist content in chatrooms and WhatsApp groups. Some face charges of spreading Nazi propaganda and hate speech.


9/19/2020 4:00:00 AM

Inside the Hell of Israel’s Second LockdownIsraelis just want to fly away.The atmosphere was so grim as the nation entered a coronavirus lockdown on the eve of Rosh Hashanah, the Jewish New Year, that there appeared to be no escape.One meme making the rounds showed desperate hands reaching out of the sea towards a far-off airplane flying high in a deep blue sky, accompanied only by the traditional greeting of “Shana Tova,” a good year.The greeting felt hollow as Israel entered into the year 5781 as the first country on earth to impose a second national lockdown.Alone in small home-bound pods, unable to gather or to pray in synagogues, and confused by the government's constantly evolving, often contradictory guidelines, Israelis feel alienated, angry, and appalled.‘The Second Wave’ of COVID Hits Israel Like a TsunamiThey did not feel this way in early March, when Israel went into its first lockdown. The nation, which began to closing its borders in late January, appeared to have the health crisis under firm control. The quarantined Passover and Easter season was greeted with hardiness and even some good humor.In late May, after the third inconclusive Israeli election in under a year, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu established an uncomfortable team-of-rivals coalition keeping him in power for a further 18 months, which he called a “corona emergency coalition.”His government’s handling of COVID-19 resulted in only 250 deaths and was so admired that even countries with no diplomatic ties to Israel tried to emulate its success.Three months later, tiny Israel—with a population of 9.2 million people—holds a world record no country wishes for: the highest number of new cases of COVID-19 per million.During the weeks in which Israel precipitously tumbled from best to worst in its handing of the novel coronavirus, Netanyahu blamed the spiraling fiasco on the public, on his rival-turned-political-partner Benny Gantz, on the opposition, and on Ronny Gamzu, his recently appointed corona czar, whose advice has generally been ignored by a government hobbled by rivalries and by sectarian coalition considerations.The national angst was summed up by Hiba Abu Much, a laboratory scientist interviewed by Israeli radio.With barely disguised exasperation, Abu Much, a graduate of the Technion, one of the most prestigious academic institutions in Israel, said, “I have two degrees in medical science, ten years of experience in the field, I barely get to see home, all for an hourly wage of $12.50.”“No new positions are opening up,” she continued, “operations are being canceled, patients are not being discharged from hospital, the coronavirus is raging, and the Ministry of Health’s director general flew to Abu Dhabi.”Instead of bringing the COVID-19 crisis under control, Netanyahu has presided over a head-turning series of diplomatic coups, culminating with the establishment of diplomatic ties with the United Arab Emirates, which was celebrated earlier this week at the White House.But plush, inviting Abu Dhabi, the Emirati capital, which Israelis have never before been able to visit, feels farther away than ever for hardworking parents who sent their kids back to school on September 1 for what turned out to be a two-week term.Israeli Data Show School Openings Were a Disaster That Wiped Out Lockdown GainsThe shambolic reopening of schools in early summer is considered the trigger that set off Israel’s deadly second wave.  Israel is now seeing astronomic growth of new COVID-19 infections, which currently stand at about 6,000 new cases a day.  Amid sniping between ministers who are supposed to define policy, no one knows how the school year will resume after the month of Jewish High Holy days, which end in mid-October.“I’d fly to Abu Dhabi,” Fares Fahhan, the owner of a hardware store on Hebron Road, a major Jerusalem artery, said wistfully on Friday as a police officer walking by glared at his unmasked face. “If we already had direct flights, I’d go there to escape the lockdown.”Netanyahu and Trump have trumpeted a new era of direct flights between Tel Aviv and previously unattainable Arab capitals, but as airlines struggle to survive and COVID-19 rages, they have not yet been put into place.The new lockdown imposes stay-at-home orders on all Israel, allowing citizens to distance themselves from their residences by about half a mile if they need essentials such as food or medicine.Fahhan’s losses are significant. His income in the summer of 2020 is 53 percent less than it was in the summer of 2019, his landlord refuses to reduce the rent, he hasn’t qualified for any of the meager national schemes intended to help save small businesses, and City Hall has only given him a 25 percent reduction on Jerusalem’s hefty municipal tax.  “It is very hard,” he says. His location in Abu Tor—a well-to-do neighborhood about evenly divided between Jewish and Arab residents who enjoy DIY home improvements—used to be an advantage, but now he’s hobbled with high rent and expenses and “people just don’t leave their houses, and when they do, they have no money. They buy a battery.”Meanwhile, Netanyahu has been increasingly preoccupied by an economy buckling under the pressure of coronavirus-related layoffs and slowdowns, and a swelling protest movement demanding his resignation, often under the banner “Crime Minister.”Netanyahu calls the protesters “left-wing anarchists.” On Friday, The Black Flag movement, which has been driving the protests, flew a drone over Tel Aviv’s grand—and now empty—Rabin Square, where they had painted the words, “The lockdown is Bibi’s fault” in huge letters.The police also took to the air, posting a video showing Israeli highways swirling below, almost completely empty.Retired General Yaakov Amidror, Netanyahu’s former National Security Adviser and a pillar of Israel’s right-wing security establishment, hailed the accord with the UAE as “something unequivocally good for Israel,” but acknowledged that if the political instability persists, “Netanyahu’s problem will not be the Middle East, it’ll be the middle class.”Read more at The Daily Beast.Get our top stories in your inbox every day. 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9/18/2020 2:44:02 PM

Sources: Russian aggression against U.S. intelligence satellites sparks congressional briefingOver recent days, officials from the U.S. Space Force and the Office of the Director of National Intelligence briefed congressional committees on an “uptick” in Russian military activity in space targeting U.S. defense and intelligence satellites.


9/18/2020 4:41:04 PM

DNC receives thousands of $19.08 donations in honor of AKAThe DNC has nabbed over 11,000 donations in the same amount of the founding year of Alpha Kappa Alpha. Kamala Harris is a sister. The campaign to elect former vice president Joe Biden and his running mate, Kamala Harris, has attracted support from what Harris has called her “secret weapon:” the women of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc.


9/18/2020 11:31:43 AM

Michigan residents urged to stay indoors as scientists race to deal with threat of rare mosquito-borne disease‘This is an ongoing threat to the health and safety of Michiganders,’ says Department of Health and Human Services chief medical executive Dr Joneigh Khaldun


9/18/2020 9:46:31 AM

T cell shortage linked to severe COVID-19 in elderly; antiseptic spray may limit virus spreadA lower supply of a certain type of immune cell in older people that is critical to fighting foreign invaders may help explain their vulnerability to severe COVID-19, scientists say. When germs enter the body, the initial "innate" immune response generates inflammation not specifically targeted at the bacteria or virus. Within days, the more precise "adaptive" immune response starts generating antibodies against the invader along with T cells that either assist in antibody production or seek out and attack infected cells.


9/18/2020 1:42:01 PM

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Population
Total population 34,164
Male population 15,828
Female population 18,336
Median age 42.40
Median age (male) 39.70
Median age (female) 44.00
Marital status (Number of people who have the following marital status)
Never married 8,626
Married 14,948
Separated 642
Widowed 1,713
Divorced 2,681
Population by age
Under 15 6,196
Age 15 to 24 4,312
Ages 25 to 44 7,837
Ages 45 to 64 10,841
Age 65 and over 4,978
Population mobility
Live in the same house as 1 year ago 31,146
Moved from abroad 124
Moved from a different state 344
Moved from the same county 1,549
Moved from the same state 568
Population by poverty level
Above poverty level 30,168
Below poverty level (daily income under $1.90/day) 3,252
Employment
White collar 15,797
Blue collar 2,242
Class of worker
Self employed 2,027
Private company 11,553
Not for profit company 1,693
Government workers 2,766
Households
Total households 12,877
Family households 9,406
Non-family households 3,471
Households with children 4,384
Households without children 8,493
Average people per household 2.63
Education (Number of people who have achieved the following levels of education)
No high school 715
Some high school 6,947
Some college 6,312
Associate degree 1,889
Bachelors degree 6,836
Graduate degree Not available
Income/Financial
Average household income $115,418
Median household income $82,565
Median income under 25 $0
Median income 25-44 $79,212
Median income 45-64 $111,086
Median income over 65 $49,098
Housing occupancy
Housing units 13,403
Occupied housing units 12,877
Owner occupied units 9,304
Renter occupied units 3,573
Median housing costs per month $1,427
Median gross rent per month $1,220
Housing by year built
Year built median 1980
Built before 1939 757
Built between 1940 and 1949 270
Built between 1950 and 1959 896
Built between 1960 and 1969 1,913
Built between 1970 and 1979 2,976
Built between 1980 and 1989 1,956
Built between 1990 and 1999 2,264
Built between 2000 and 2009 2,015
Built after 2010 356
Housing mortgage situation
Houses with mortgage 6,574
Houses without mortgage 2,730
Median value with mortgage $296,800
Median value without mortgage $260,300
Demographic data shown in this section was gathered from the 2018 American Community Survey and is deemed reliable but is not guaranteed. No representation, guarantee or warranty is made as to the accuracy or completeness of information modified or aggregated for specific neighborhoods and/or zip codes.

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