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First Amendment prohibits Daily Stormer publisher from Neo-Nazi harassment

One emailer wrote: ““You are a disgusting, vile Jew … This is OUR country: you’re merely living here (for now).”. A caller said: “You should have died in the Holocaust with the rest of your people.”. But the calls that most disturbed Tanya Gersh consisted only of the sound of gunshots being fired. The terror campaign — known as a “troll storm” — was the result of Daily Stormer publisher Andrew Anglin’s December 2016 directive, urging hundreds ... Full story

Opinion | E Tu Jim Mattis?

The defense secretary is the best of this administration. But even the best stumbles. Full story

‘Maybe you do tacos’: How Friendsgiving became the holiday where you invent your own rituals Post

Every year, Charles Crain throws a Friendsgiving dinner he calls Big Gay Thanksgiving. (Courtesy Charles Crain). Welcome to Friendsgiving, the holiday you choose with the people you choose. Bring whatever you want — a favorite dish from your family, or just a bottle of wine. Wear whatever you want. Spend time with people you love without slogging through crowded airports or reopening old family wounds. It doesn’t matter if your stuffing tastes ... Full story

Rule to Allow Hunting Could Doom Rare Red Wolves

The red wolf, which once roamed all the way from Texas to New York, has dwindled to a wild population of around 35, found only in one peninsula in eastern North Carolina. On Wednesday, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service proposed allowing landowners to legally kill those wolves once they leave the confines of a small protected area known as Alligator River National Wildlife Refuge . The proposal was panned by wildlife experts. The agency has ... Full story

Jamal Khashoggi: US 'yet to conclude' who was behind the murder

Media playback is unsupported on your device Media caption The BBC's Frank Gardner looks at what could happen to the man known as MBS. The US is yet to reach a final conclusion on the killing of journalist Jamal Khashoggi, officials say, despite reports the CIA believes it was ordered by the Saudi crown prince. "Numerous unanswered questions" remain, a State Department statement said. Sources told US media they did not believe the murder could ... Full story

Autumn International: Ireland hold nerve to earn first home win over All Blacks

Jacob Stockdale's second-half try helps Ireland earn a first ever home win over New Zealand as they clinch a 16-9 triumph. Full story

Billy Idol becomes a US citizen

Legendary rock star Billy Idol became a U.S. citizen this week. The U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) confirmed Idol’s citizenship on its verified Twitter account on Wednesday. "It's a nice day for a naturalization ceremony," the agency tweeted in reference to the singer’s hit song, "White Wedding.". The agency also tweeted photos of the singer holding up an American in his left hand as he raised his right hand during his ... Full story

SpaceX gets approval to launch 7,000 internet-beaming satellites

The Federal Communications Commission has approved SpaceX’s request to launch a constellation of 7,518 satellites into orbit , a major regulatory hurdle the company needed to clear in its plans to provide internet coverage from space. The approval is in addition to one that SpaceX received from the FCC in March for a constellation of 4,425 satellites. That means the company now has permission to launch its full satellite internet constellation ... Full story

Jessie J Hasn't Given Up on Having Kids After Infertility Diagnosis

Jessie J arrives at the 3rd annual "Dear Mama: A Love Letter to Moms" at The Theatre at Ace Hotel on May 3, 2018 in Los Angeles. After revealing her struggle with fertility issues at a recent London show , Jessie J is opening up further about her determination to have kids, telling fans with a series of notes on her Instagram Story that she "will be a mother" one day. “After explaining the meaning of my song ‘Four Letter Word’ on stage during ... Full story

For Those Grappling With California Wildfires, Dangerous Air Quality Is a New Risk

California is still on fire. As of this morning, the Camp Fire in Butte County has burned up 142,000 acres and over 12,000 structures. Sixty-three people are dead and more than 600 are missing. And down south in Los Angeles County, the Woolsey Fire has destroyed 616 structures, with 57,000 still in danger and three fatalities confirmed. Though the numbers alone are breathtaking, there’s something else affecting our respiration: the air quality, ... Full story

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