Tom Porter, provided by Published 6:57 am CDT, Thursday, March 28, 2019 Carolyn Kaster/AP Photo In an interview with the Fox News host Sean Hannity, President Donald Trump denounced the FBI officials who launched the Russia investigation taken over by the special counsel Robert Mueller. "That was a disgrace and an embarrassment our country, that they were allowed to get away with this," Trump said. "Hopefully, they won't get away with it." The president described the investigation as an attempt at "subversion" and "treason." On Sunday, Attorney General William Barr said Mueller's investigation found no evidence that Trump's campaign illegally conspired with Russia. President Donald Trump, in his first lengthy one-on-one interview since the special counsel Robert Mueller submitted his report on Russian election interference, denounced those who initiated the investigation, saying, "Hopefully, they won't get away with it." Speaking with the Fox News host Sean Hannity, a … [Read more...] about Trump dropped an ominous hint that a revenge campaign over Mueller could spread to the FBI and intelligence officials
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Thirty years ago on Tuesday, Tim Berners-Lee essentially gave birth to the web we know it today. In honor of the event, he’s out with a short treatise describing how the internet has transformed our daily lives, and how the whole thing could be spoiled if we don’t get control of several key problems. To that end, he points to the web’s most serious problems: Deliberate, malicious intent, such as state-sponsored hacking and attacks, criminal behavior, and online harassment. System design that creates perverse incentives where users’ value and wellbeing is sacrificed, such as ad-based revenue models that commercially reward clickbait and the viral spread of misinformation. The unintended negative consequences of benevolent design, such as the outraged and polarized tone and quality of online discourse. “While the first category is impossible to eradicate completely, we can create both laws and code to minimize this behavior, just as we have always done … [Read more...] about The web’s 3 biggest cancers, according to the inventor of the web
Cancer is the second most common cause of death worldwide. Despite an increase in cancer awareness, there is still a lot of misinformation about the disease. INSIDER spoke to medical experts to debunk some common myths about cancer, cancer treatment, and what patients need. Cancer affects millions of people every year. In 2017, a CBS poll found that more than half of all US residents had a family member who had been diagnosed with some form of cancer. That means nearly all Americans have a connection to the disease, whether it’s through themselves, family, or friends. According to the National Cancer Institute, there are more than 100 diagnosable variations of cancer. And though there have been tremendous medical advances in treatments, most cases have no definitive cure. Although there are many events that promote education about the disease and advocate for people with it, there’s still a lot the general public is unaware of when it comes to cancer. INSIDER spoke … [Read more...] about 16 things you’re getting wrong about cancer, according to experts
WASHINGTON – There is one clear area where President Donald Trump has had a unifying effect on Capitol Hill: the color Democratic women wear to joint sessions of Congress.The chairwoman of the Democratic Women’s Working Group, Florida Rep. Lois Frankel, is encouraging members to wear white to this year's State of the Union address as a shoutout to the voters who handed Democrats a majority in the House in the midterm elections and a reminder that they plan to make women's economic security a priority.The color choice is also meant to honor the women's suffrage movement that led to the ratification of the 19th Amendment in 1920. Live video: State of the Union address from President Trump"By wearing suffragette white to #SOTU2019 tmrw we’re sending a message to everyone that voted for @HouseDemocrats & delivered us the majority that we're working #ForThePeople, promoting the economic security of women & their families!" Frankel said in a tweet Monday.Read more … [Read more...] about Why are women wearing white to the 2019 State of the Union?
By Amy Graff, SFGATE Published 9:41 am PST, Monday, January 14, 2019 FILE PHOTO - Storm clouds are seen over the Golden Gate Bridge as surfers surf at Fort Point on Friday, December 14, 2018 in San Francisco, Calif. FILE PHOTO - Storm clouds are seen over the Golden Gate Bridge as surfers surf at Fort Point on Friday, December 14, 2018 in San Francisco, Calif. Photo: Lea Suzuki / The Chronicle Buy photo Photo: Lea Suzuki / The Chronicle Image 1 of / 24 Caption Close Image 1 of 24 FILE PHOTO - Storm clouds are seen over the Golden Gate Bridge as surfers surf at Fort Point on Friday, December 14, 2018 in San Francisco, Calif. FILE PHOTO - Storm clouds are seen over the Golden Gate Bridge as surfers surf at Fort Point on Friday, December 14, 2018 in San Francisco, Calif. … [Read more...] about What happened to the weekend rain? Why it never made it to the Bay Area.