E3 Is Under Fire For Problems With Security

E3 Is Under Fire For Problems With Security

E3 Is Under Fire For Problems With Security  E3 logo Problems : Amidst all of the major video game announcements, theater trailer screenings and hands-on demonstrations, one of the aspects of E3 2017 generating the most buzz following the show was the on-site security. In short, many felt it was far too lax.All told, 68,000 folks crammed into the Los Angeles Convention Center last week for E3 2017, 15,000 of which were paying members of the public, a first for the annual video games trade show. Whether or not you…

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Global health spending good for U.S. security and economy, National Academies say

Global health spending good for U.S. security and economy, National Academies say

Global health spending good for U.S. security and economy, National Academies say If a serious infectious disease blossomed across the globe today, the U.S. death toll could be double that of all the casualties suffered in wars since the American Revolution. Those 2 million potential American lives lost to a global pandemic is just one sobering statistic cited in a new report released today by the U.S. National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine that urges sustained U.S. spending on global health initiatives. It also calls on the federal government…

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Las Vegas bolsters security after ISIS video threatening city deemed ‘credible’

Las Vegas bolsters security after ISIS video threatening city deemed 'credible'

Las Vegas bolsters security after ISIS video threatening city deemed ‘credible’ LAS Vegas authorities have begun preparing themselves for a terror attack after ISIS featured the city in their latest propaganda video. Las Vegas authorities have responded to ISIS hinting at an attack The video, which included footage of the Las Vegas skyline, called for jihadists throughout the world to commit solo terror attacks.After being released, the video was promptly investigated by officials for its authenticity. Police activity after the Manchester attack Southern Nevada counter-terror chief, Captain Christopher Darcy, said:…

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Russia Is Accusing Activists in Crimea of Terrorism

Russia Is Accusing Activists in Crimea of Terroris

Russia Is Accusing Activists in Crimea of Terrorism Russia’s federal security service, the FSB, is cracking down on Ukrainian activists in Crimea. Late last week, it announced the arrest of four people in its newest jurisdiction for allegedly planning to blow up various targets, including a Lenin statue. VICE News interviewed one of the suspects, an activist named Gennady Afanasiev, shortly after the March referendum that Russia used to justify its annexation of the Crimean peninsula from Ukraine. We had been in touch with Afanasiev in the regional capital of…

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Once Urgent For National Security, Trump’s Travel Ban Took Over A Month To Overhaul

Once Urgent For National Security, Trump’s Travel Ban Took Over A Month To Overhaul

Once Urgent For National Security, Trump’s Travel Ban Took Over A Month To Overhaul Urgent : When President Donald Trump first issued his ban on refugees and certain foreign travelers from predominantly Muslim nations in late January, he argued the policy was so essential for national security that he couldn’t give the country a warning before signing it. Many members of his own administration and fellow Republicans on Capitol Hill didn’t even get to weigh in beforehand. But since a federal judge put a freeze on Trump’s first executive order…

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