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A headmaster from Alabama High School turned “U Can’t Touch This” into a Covid-19 security video

Quentin Lee, director of Childersburg High School, was the mastermind behind a parody video “U Can’t Touch this” that was modeled on the famous MC Hammer song. Lee said he wanted to “share some joy” and give important safety lessons to prepare students for a strange new classroom environment. Lee spoke to CNN’s Anderson Cooper on Monday about “Anderson Cooper …

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Derek Jeter blames the Corona virus outbreak in Miami Marlins for “false sense of security”.

MIAMI – Derek Jeter, CEO of Miami Marlins, attributed the team’s coronavirus outbreak to a collective sense of security that made players neglectful about social distancing and wearing masks. 21 members of the team’s travel group were infected, including at least 18 players. No one is seriously ill, Jeter said on Monday, and he expects everyone to return this season. …

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UPDATE: ADT shares rise 52% ahead of corporate news market entry with Google to develop a smart home security product

Shares in private and commercial security provider ADT Inc. ADT, -0.46% rose 52% on Monday in premarket trading after the company announced a new company with Alphabet Inc. from Alphabet Inc. -3.27% Aco, -3.16% Google is creating the next generation of smart home security offerings. The partnership will build on Google Nest hardware and services combined with ADT’s installation, service …

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China applies Hong Kong’s security law to Hong Kong citizens of the United States

The Hong Kong police have issued arrest warrants for six democracy-friendly activists living in exile. For the first time, the city authorities have implemented a comprehensive new law to target activists living outside of Hong Kong. These include Samuel Chu, a U.S. citizen living in the United States, Nathan Law, a prominent activist who recently moved to Britain after fleeing …

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Teachers’ union threatens “security strikes” before Biden’s speech

Anthony Fauci, director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, is expected to discuss concerns about reopening schools in a conversation with Weingarten on Tuesday evening. “Let us be clear: Just like we did with our healthcare workers, we will fight for the safety of students and their educators on all fronts,” said Weingarten on Tuesday. “But if …

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Trump says he recently saw O’Brien after the national security advisor tested positive for coronavirus

President Trump said Monday that he had not recently seen his national security advisor Robert O’Brien after it was revealed that the senior administrator had tested positive for the novel corona virus. Trump stopped talking to the media before leaving the White House and didn’t reveal any new details about O’Brien’s case. He only said that he has had no …

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Israel, Hezbollah trade fire in “security incident” near the Lebanese border

The Israeli military confirmed on Monday that there had been a “security incident” on the country’s northern border with Lebanon and said its armed forces were involved in “ongoing fighting” with Hezbollah militants. Local media reported a shootout in an area called Chebaa Farms, which was conquered by Israel during the Middle East War in 1967 and claimed by Lebanon. …

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Robert O’Brien: Trump’s national security advisor tests positive for Covid-19

O’Brien’s diagnosis marks the top Trump administration official known to test positive. It’s unclear when O’Brien last met Trump. Her last public appearance was over two weeks ago during a visit to U.S. Southern Command in Miami on July 10th. O’Brien suffers from “mild symptoms” and is “self-isolating and works from a safe location outside the site,” an unnamed White …

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A strange rule of social security is a huge disadvantage for today’s 60-year-olds. Legislators are working to change this.

Social security is an important source of income for millions of retired seniors, but the program is full of bizarre rules that don’t always benefit the beneficiaries. One such rule is that the average wage index in the year that seniors turn 60, along with other factors such as lifetime income, is used to determine what their monthly benefits will …

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The controversial US ambassador to Iceland wants firearms and security for the Reykjavik post

The US ambassador to Iceland wants to carry a weapon. Though assigned to one of the safest countries in the world, Jeffrey Ross Gunter has been “paranoid” about his security since arriving in Reykjavik last year. This emerges from a dozen diplomats, government officials, former officials, and people who are familiar with the situation. As a result, Gunter wanted the …

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