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Two Chinese men claim they were racially profiled by Alaska Airlines employee at who asked 'how much are they paying you?' before sparking panic by screaming for evacuation at Newark Airport 

 

The two Chinese men who were accused of acting suspiciously and triggered a panicked evacuation at Newark Liberty Airport last week are speaking out for the first time saying they were racially profiled by an Alaska Airlines employee.

The chaos unfolded at the New Jersey airport on September 3 around 8.30pm at Gate 30 of Terminal A when an Alaska Airlines approached Han Han Xue, 29, and Chunyi Luo, 20, and asked them pointed questions about their Asian heritage.

She asked assumed they knew each other and asked 'Why are you acting suspiciously' and 'What are they paying you?' before screaming 'Evacuate!', sending 200 panicked people running out of the gate amid fears of an active shooter.

'It was a very shocking experience...I couldn't believe this was happening,' Xue said on the incident to BuzzFeed News.

Daily Mail

Tags: All Rights, Backlash, Discrimination, Employment, Environment, Hostility, Insensitivity, Interference, Investigation, Mental Health, Profiling, Reckless, Travel, World

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08-Sep-2019


8 warning signs that a man is having a midlife crisis 

 

Sports cars and hairpieces. Robbing the cradle and running away. Sure they're cliche, but if these images leap to mind when you hear the words "midlife crisis," you're not alone.

The thing about cliches, though, is most are based on fact. In this case, the facts are staggering. More than half of respondents to a poll on Notmuch.com, a website produced by Wisconsin Public Radio, said that the midlife crisis is a "very real, gut-wrenchingly depressing experience that we all go through at one time or another."

Does this mean that the man in your life is suffering through a crisis of his own? Not necessarily, but here are eight symptoms of the male midlife crisis and what you can do about them:

4. He makes a dramatic change in his personal style or appearance and is suddenly spending lots of time in front of a mirror

If your man has kicked up the vanity a notch (for example, wants hair plugs or starts getting facials even though he used to take pleasure in shower-free weekends), then you may have a problem. If the guy who always prided himself on his Roman nose is now talking about rhinoplasty, then your problem is a little bigger. The first step in boosting your man's bruised (and aging) ego is to compliment him. Sometimes, however, this isn't enough. That's when you just have to be patient.

Unfortunately, an increased sense of vanity is sometimes a sign that a man is having an affair. Obviously this is a bigger problem that usually requires couples counseling to repair the relationship, if it's possible at all.

Today

Midlife Crisis Signs & Guide

Tags: Aging, Environment, Fear, Lifestyle, Men Not In Charge, Mental Health, Privilege, Psychology, Reckless, Relationships, Sex, Stereotype, Warning

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10-Aug-2019


Proponents of the #MeToo movement can't have it both ways 

 

When a 2017 report surfaced about a statement Vice President Mike Pence made about choosing not to dine alone with women who aren't his wife, Karen, the progressive left scorned him for it.

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The left said this rule Pence abides by creates a disadvantage for women, especially in politics, and they were baffled by it.

The left accused him of assigning "ulterior motives to women," who they said just wanted to be heard.

The left then conjured hypothetical scenarios in op-eds in which the roles were reversed, and women were the ones in positions of power refusing to dine with men who aren't their husbands – all to lambast his "moral rigidity."

But is Pence's decision to not dine with a woman who isn't his wife really that bad, considering all the complexities men and women face in their interpersonal affairs today, and not just regarding work but dating in general?

The Blaze

Tags: Abuse, Activism, All Rights, Awareness, Celebrity, Children, Confusing, Drag, Environment, Judgement, LGBTQ, Lifestyle, Men In Charge, Mental Health, Misrepresentation, Parental Burden, Politics, Reckless, Sex, Violence, Youth

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10-Jul-2019


Gay Hookup App Must Pay $240,000 For Leaving Private Photos Exposed 

 

After leaving users’ private photos exposed for more than a year, the gay dating and hookup app Jack’d has to pay out, literally. The app’s owner Online Buddies has agreed to cough up $240,000 in a settlement with the New York attorney’s office for their negligence with the sensitive data of 7,000 New York users.

As Out reported in February, Jack’d updated the app to close the loophole discovered by cybersecurity researcher Oliver Hough that allowed people to access supposedly private photos uploaded to Jack’d. While reports, at the time said that Hough had emailed Jack’d three months prior, he revealed to Out via screenshots that the emails dated back a year. Jack’d and Online Buddies did not take any action until after Hough went to the press. British tabloid The Register first broke the story.

Out

Tags: All Rights, App, Dating, Investigation, LGBTQ, Lifestyle, NSFW, Photos, Privacy, Protections, Race, Reckless, Safety, Service, Settlement, Sex, Woman's Rights

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01-Jul-2019


Video shows California teens laughing as one is painted with blackface 

 

A group of California teenagers used a racial slur while painting one of their friends in blackface in a video that stunned school officials, who vowed to identify and punish the students.

The footage emerged on Snapchat and was later reposted on Twitter, prompting Antelope Valley Union High School District administrators to ask law enforcement for help in finding those who participated in the video.

It was shot off-campus sometime this summer by students from Quartz Hill High School, which is in the northern Los Angeles County city of Lancaster, according to county sheriff's deputies. It's about 70 miles north of downtown L.A.

The video shows a white male teen being painted in dark makeup with several girls around him. One of the female voices could be heard saying, "a white N-----?" while the others giggle.

NBC News

Black woman set to sue restaurant for reportedly demanding she give up her seat to a white customer. Restaurant has a different story.

Tags: All Rights, Alleged, Argument, Backlash, Court, Education, Environment, Exclusivity, Hate, Hostility, Parental Crime, Privilege, Protections, Racism, Reckless, Restaurant, Self-hatred, Supremacy, Video, Youth

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27-Jun-2019


New Mexico parents accused of horrific child abuse, killing pets as punishment 

 

A New Mexico couple has been arrested and accused of horrific child abuse and torture, including boiling puppies alive to punish their children. KOB's Brittany Costello reports.

NBC News

Mother arrested after 12-year-old fatally shoots twin

Kansas man sentenced to nearly 49 years in toddler's death

New Jersey Woman Accused of Stabbing Identical Twin Sister to Death

California man shoots 10-month-old girl in head after her mother rejects him, police say

Tags: Abuse, Accident, Animals, Arrest, Child Abuse, Children, Crime, Death, Environment, Family, Guns/Toys, Hate, Heartless, Hostility, Injury, Investigation, Keep Abortion Legal, Mental Health, Murder, Neglect, Parental Crime, Parents Don't Always Rule, Reckless, Relationships, Safety, Threat, Treatment, Video, Violence, Youth

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26-Jun-2019


Black teacher at New Jersey elementary school says she suffered 'abusive and hostile treatment' daily 
 

The first black teacher hired in more than 25 years at an elementary school in southern New Jersey says she was discriminated against daily and suffered retaliation when she complained, according to a federal lawsuit.

She quit after her second year.

When Tammy Jordan began as a second grade teacher at Larchmont Elementary School in Mount Laurel in 2016, she was the first full-time black teacher to be hired since 1990, according to the suit she filed May 29 against the school, the school district and the board of education, and four former colleagues.

"Defendants have avoided hiring black, African American teachers due to the discrimination and harassment to which black, African American teachers are subjected to at Larchmont Elementary School," the suit filed in U.S. District Court in New Jersey says. "Accordingly, there are almost no black, African American teachers at Larchmont Elementary School."

NBC News

Valedictorian says her microphone was cut after she mentioned Trayvon Martin, Tamir Rice

Jerrod Carmichael on "Forced" Representation: "It Doesn't Reflect Real Life"

Tags: All Rights, Children, Complaint, Education, Employment, Entertainment, Environment, Exclusivity, Hate, Hostility, Humiliation, Interference, Mental Health, Policy, Racism, Reckless, Representation, Respect, Speech, Talk, Video, Youth

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06-Jun-2019


Over 40 percent of India's MPs face criminal charges including rape – study 

 

More than 40 percent of lawmakers in India's new parliament face criminal charges –– some as serious as murder and rape –– and the list is growing, an electoral reform group said on Saturday.

One member of parliament for the opposition Congress party is battling 204 cases including manslaughter and robbery, the Association of Democratic Reforms (ADR) said.

At least 233 of the 543 members named as winning seats on Thursday face criminal proceedings, according to the ADR, whose election chief Anil Verma said there is a "disturbing trend" in parliament that "is bad for the democracy".

TRT World

The shocking cost of the climate crisis in India

Tags: Crime, Environment, Govt, Health, Hypocrisy, Investigation, Politics, Reckless, Study, World

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26-May-2019


US lawmaker 'punched wife for not undressing quickly enough' 

 

Doug McLeod, 58, was arrested on Saturday night in George County on a minor domestic violence charge.

His fellow Republicans in the state said Mr McLeod should resign immediately if the claims are true.

Mr McLeod, a father-of-three, did not immediately respond to a request for comment from the BBC.

When police arrived at his home in Lucedale, 150 miles (240km) south-east of the state capital Jackson, they found Mr McLeod intoxicated with an alcoholic beverage in hand, according to an official report viewed by the Sun Herald newspaper.

Deputies described Mr McLeod as slurring his speech and walking "slow in a zigzag pattern".

BBC

Tags: Abuse, Alcohol, Hostility, Investigation, Marriage, Politics, Reckless, Sex, Violence, Woman's Rights

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22-May-2019


‘Let’s go, keg stand!’: Fraternity under investigation after forcing puppy to drink beer 

 

The small caramel-colored dog with floppy ears stands on a table and wags its tail. Then, a voice commands, “Go.”

In one swift movement, the man gripping the dog by its midsection lifts it up and turns it upside down over a silver keg.

“Let’s go, keg stand!” someone bellows as another man holds a black tap near the dog’s mouth. The now-squirming canine kicks its paws in the air. Suddenly, a stream of foamy liquid squirts from the tap, hitting the dog in its face.

A grinning bystander doubles over and covers his mouth. Someone else lets out a loud peal of laughter.

But the incident, which was captured on video and shared to social media over the weekend, wasn’t funny to the Nassau County Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals or to Hofstra University administrators.

Washington Post

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Teen Mom's Jenelle Evans' Sons Removed from Home After Husband Allegedly Shot Her Dog

Tags: Abuse, Alcohol, All Rights, Animals, Attack, Cruelty, Death, Education, Environment, Hostility, Injury, Mauled, Privilege, Protections, Reckless, Threat, Training, TV Swatch, World, Youth

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14-May-2019


After a Dallas woman was violently attacked by man, she was charged. Now she's cleared. 

 

Prosecutors in Dallas County, Texas, are dropping a criminal mischief charge against a woman violently attacked by a man last month following an argument.

On Tuesday, Dallas Police Deputy Chief Thomas Castro said a warrant had been issued for the arrest of L'Daijohnique Lee for allegedly smashing the windows of Austin Shuffield's truck during an altercation in Dallas on March 21.

The district attorney's office however, said Wednesday that it was dropping the charge against Lee and recalling the arrest warrant.

NBC News

Creep sucker-punches woman who told him to stop harassing women

Tags: Abuse, All Rights, Arrest, Attack, Crime, Environment, Judgement, Reckless, Sexual Harassment, Threat, Vandalism, Violence, Woman's Rights

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04-Apr-2019


Engineer, David Xu, accused of poisoning colleague's food and water 

 

A California engineer accused of trying to poison his co-worker by spiking her food and water for more than a year was arrested and charged with attempted murder last week.

David Xu, an engineer at Berkeley Engineering and Research Inc., a consulting firm, is accused of adding the poisonous metal cadmium to co-worker Rong Yuan's food and water starting in October 2017, according to court documents filed in Alameda County last week. He kept trying to poison her through March of this year, the documents said.

For months, Yuan noticed that food and water she left unattended in her office had a strange taste and smell, the documents filed Thursday said.

She "reported suffering immediate and significant health problems after consuming this water and food, at times requiring emergency care at a hospital," the court filing said.

NBC News

Tags: Arrest, Chemicals, Crime, Employment, Hate, Health, Poison, Reckless, Threat

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04-Apr-2019


New Jersey police officer sentenced for violent attack on man who had just attempted suicide 

 

A New Jersey police officer was sentenced for drug dealing and a videotaped violent attack on a man who had just attempted suicide, authorities said Friday.

Ruben McAusland, a 27-year-old formerly with the Paterson Police Department, was sentenced to 66 months behind bars this week after pleading guilty to intent to distribute narcotics and deprivation of civil rights under color of law, according to federal prosecutors in Newark.

The authorities this week released cellphone video of McAusland, filmed by his then-partner Roger Then, attacking a man at St. Joseph's Medical Center in Paterson on March 5, 2018.

The two officers had responded to an attempted suicide call and met the man at the hospital, officials said. McAusland later admitted he punched the man in the face in the waiting room, officials said.

NBC News

Tags: Crime, Employment, Exclusivity, Force, Police, Protection, Reckless, Safety, Self Interest, Treatment, Violence

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30-Mar-2019


Woman Gives Suspect Black Eye While Fighting Him Off During Alleged Sexual Assault Attempt 

 

A teen who allegedly tried to physically and sexually assault a woman on St. Patrick’s Day got a prominent shiner after the woman fought back.

The woman was standing outside El Reventon Sports Bar & Club in Deerfield Beach, Florida when she was approached by 18-year-old Henrry Gonzalez-Thomas, according to the Florida Sun-Sentinel. He allegedly solicited her for sex.

“The victim repeatedly told the defendant that she was not a prostitute and attempted to walk around the defendant to approach the nightclub,” a Broward Sheriff’s Office arrest report states, according to the Sun-Sentinel.

Oxygen

Tags: Abuse, Environment, Fear, Hostility, Mama Wrecks!, Mental Health, Privilege, Reckless, Respect, Safety, Sex, Threat, Treatment, Victims, Violence, Woman's Rights

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23-Mar-2019


How the politics of racial resentment is killing white people 

 

Why do many working-class white Americans support politicians whose policies are literally killing them?

This is the question sociologist and psychiatrist Jonathan Metzl tries to answer in his new book, Dying of Whiteness: How the Politics of Racial Resentment is Killing America’s Heartland. The book is a serious look at how cultural attitudes associated with “whiteness” encourage white people to adopt political views — like opposition to gun laws or the Affordable Care Act — that undercut their own health.

The book is not about racism at the individual level, though you can certainly read that into it. For Metzl, the key question is how did a politics of racial resentment become so powerful that it overwhelmed even the basic instinct for self-preservation? To get answers, he spent years talking to voters in Southern and Midwestern states, asking them to explain their political choices. The answers aren’t terribly satisfying, but they are instructive.

I spoke to Metzl about what he learned and what he thinks we can do to solve this problem. A lightly edited transcript of our conversation follows.

Vox

Tags: Americans, Book, Environment, Fighting Back, Govt, History, Interview, Lifestyle, Policy, Politics, Privilege, Reckless, Self-hatred, Study, Writing

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19-Mar-2019




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