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should know based on the people that come in this room"The officer said Cutshaw repeatedly said that her partner was a policeman and that shed been trying to get to his house when she was pulled over early Saturday The real estate agent told the officer she has only had two glasses of wine explaining that she was celebrating her birthday According to the MailOnline Cutshaw was jailed on charges including drunken driving speeding and marijuana possession On her LinkedIn page Custhaw has a Bachelors degree in business administration from Louisiana State University where she was philanthropy chairman at Delta Zeta sorority Featured Image Credit: Bluffton Police Department Topics: News CommunityStudent protesters marched outside schools waving placards bearing slogans such as: "My School My Education My Voice" and "Don’t Make History a Mystery"The demonstrations marked the third straight day of protests at six high schools in Jefferson County a suburban Denver school district of 84000 studentsThe controversy stems from proposed changes to an advanced placement history curriculum proposed by a school board member who was part of a conservative takeover of the body last year"Materials should not encourage or condone civil disorder social strife or disregard for the law Instructional materials should present positive aspects of the United States and its heritage" according to the proposal from board member Julie WilliamsWilliams said in a statement she was surprised her opposition to the Advanced Placement US History or APUSH curriculum which is being proposed by the College Board had drawn a negative reaction from studentsThe Texas Board of Education had rejected APUSH in favor of its own state-mandated history curriculum she said"It (APUSH) has an emphasis on race gender class ethnicity grievance and American-bashing while simultaneously omitting the most basic structural and philosophical elements considered essential to the understanding of American history for generations" she saidBetween 400 and 500 students walked out at two schools on Wednesday district spokeswoman Lynn Setzer said About 1000 students in all have walked out of class for protests since MondaySuperintendent Don McMinimee said in a statement he met with some of the students and stressed the proposed curriculum changes were not final"I respect the right of our students to express their opinions in a peaceful manner" McMinimee said "However I do prefer that our students stay in class"Setzer said the students would not face disciplinary actionNathan Woodliff-Stanley executive director of the American Civil Liberties Union’s Colorado chapter applauded the students’ action"It’s ironic that an attempt to downplay examples of social change being accomplished through civil disobedience has spurred a community-wide crash course in just how important it is to be able to speak out and question authority in a just and democratic society" he saidIt’s a very good thing for the world that Terry Virts did not smell ammonia on the morning of Jan 14 2015 He did hear a warning Klaxon go off and a Klaxon aboard the International Space Station where he was serving as part of a six-person crew at the time sounds just as scary off of the Earth as it does on it He also he saw a flurry of caution and warning lights blink on one of which bore the letters ATM indicating toxic atmospherein this case toxified by leaking ammonia coolant or so the on-board sensors indicated So Virts turned to a much more precise sensorhis noseand he knew the stakes were high “As they would tell us in training” he said in a recent conversation with TIME “if you smell ammonia don’t worry for long because you’re going to die” As it happened Virts didn’t smell ammonia but he and the other two astronauts in the American segment of the station nonetheless high-tailed it over to the Russian segment where they use a different cooling system slammed the hatch and camped out for 11 hours until NASA and Roscosmos (the Russian space agency) traced the alarm to a faulty computer signal Until the all-clear was given Russia’s Deputy Prime Minister Dmitry Rogozin wanted there to be no mistake about the fact that while things may be tense between Washington and the Kremlin all such differences stop at the atmosphere’s edge “He called up while we were there and said ‘our American colleagues we want you to know you should stay as long as you want’” Virts recalls That moment of cosmic collegiality is just one of the stories recounted in Virts’ dazzling new book View From Above Published by National Geographic and including a foreword by Apollo 11 moonwalker Buzz Aldrin the book goes on sale Oct 3 2017 Virts who flew to space twice during his NASA career for a total of 213 days off the planet is a disarmingly thoughtful astronaut and the stories he tells both in his book and in conversation reflect that Astronaut Terry Virts: Best Space Photos Earth observation of South America from the International Space Station on May 20 2015 NASA astronaut Terry Virts tweeted this image with the remark of: "Farm fields in central #Brazil #SouthAmerica" Terry Virts—NASA This huge Desert in northern Africa is an image tweeted by NASA astronaut Terry Virts on Feb 11 2015 from the International Space Station He wanted to share with his Twitter fans the enormous size of the Murzuq Desert Terry Virts—NASA Aboard the International Space Station on Feb 9 2015 NASA astronaut Terry Virts while viewing through the Cupola window captured this image of the African continent Virts tweeted the photo to his many fans with the comment: "Sun glint on one of a thousand rivers in the heart of #Africa this one in #Angola" Terry Virts—NASA Twitter image from US Astronaut Terry Virts of the Red Sea in the Middle East on Feb 09 2015 Terry labeled it "earth art" Terry Virts—NASA NASA astronaut Terry Virts onboard the International Space Station tweeted this deep beige and red desert image in Africa on Apr 16 2015 Terry’s comments that accompanied the image were: "Beautiful colors in the northern desert of #Africa" Terry Virts—NASA This image of the American upper Midwest and parts of Canada was captured by NASA astronaut Terry Virts on the International Space Station on May 2 2015 Virts made this comment with the tweet: "It’s great to see the #GreatLakes with no snow" Terry Virts—NASA NASA astronaut Terry Virts who is the Commander of Expedition 43 on the International Space Station tweeted this Earth Observation on May 13 2015 with this comment: "Beautiful part of #Mongolia and #Siberia" Terry Virts—NASA NASA astronaut Terry Virts Expedition 43 Commander on the International Space Station tweeted this Earth observation image of South America with the following comment: "Salar de Uyuni in the #Bolivia desert #SouthAmerica The world’s largest salt flat" Terry Virts—NASA The Moon shines brightly on planet Earth’s horizon in this image snapped from the International Space Station May 7 2015 by the crew of Expedition 43 led by Commander Terry Virts NASA astronaut Terry Virts—NASA 1 of 9 Advertisement “Exploring space is such a fundamentally human thing” he says “I walk down the street and people don’t know who I am but if I put my NASA jacket on everyone wants to talk It’s a universal fascination” Virts’ book however is more than his stories; it’s also his pictures dozens of vivid often dizzying images not just of the Earth from space but of the interior and exterior of the improbable skyliner that is the space station This isn’t the first time he has distinguished himself as a space photographer Just a few months after the ammonia emergency TIME ran an online gallery of some of Virts’ other work But with the time to think and curate and write he has assembled a far richer gallery of what he saw and how he lived in the time he called space home For most of us space travel will always be done by proxy something we experience only through the journeys of others That’s been true since the very first time humans left the planet Thanks to Virts however that second-hand experience feels more first-hand than it ever has before Write to Jeffrey Kluger at [email protected] as the war against ISIS in Iraq seems to be getting better the war against the Taliban in Afghanistan appears to be getting worse Get used to it While the enemies may have different names they are both fueled by an Islamist fervor that suggests a long-term struggle not unlike the Thirty Years War that ravaged Europe in the 17th Century That bodes poorly for wrapping up this conflictthink of both wars as flip sides of the same coinany time soon absent a major and prolonged foreign intervention that seems unlikely Iraqi forces continued to claw their way back into Ramadi the capital of Anbar province that has been in ISIS hands since May "The fall of Ramadi is inevitable" Army Colonel Steve Warren told reporters Tuesday from Baghdad "The end is coming" While ISIS seeks to export its terror the Taliban has confined its fighting to its homealthough that home did become a haven for the al Qaeda terrorists who launched the 9/11 attacks It is becoming increasingly clear that President Obamas desire to bring US troops home from the post-9/11 Middle East wars is a dream hell never achieve "I do not support the idea of endless war” he said two months ago amid decisions to prolong the US role in both Afghanistan and Iraq How long a limited US presence in the region is neededto deny jihadists a staging area to launch attacks against the USis unknown Read More: Reading Between the Lines of Obamas ISIS Pentagon Briefing Yet even as Iraqi forces fight their way into Ramadi US military leaders and six American families are mourning the deaths of six US troops at the hands of the Taliban in Afghanistana group the US pushed out of power 14 years ago this month “Taliban rule is finished" soon-to-be-Afghan-president Hamid Karzai declared December 7 2001 exactly two months after the US attacked Afghanistan for sheltering Osama bin Laden while the organization he headed plotted the attacks on New York and Washington "As of today they are no longer a part of Afghanistan" While Karzai and bin Laden have been removed from powerand Obama soon will bethe Taliban are back "Over the past year together we have made gains that will put Afghanistan on a better path" Defense Secretary Ashton Carter said last week during a visit to Afghanistan "The Taliban’s advances in some parts of the country even if only temporary underscore that this is a tough fight and it’s far from over" Even if only temporary When the defense chief deploys caveats like that troops under his command take notice Shortly before Carter arrived in Afghanistan the Pentagon issued a congressionally-mandated biannual report warning that security in Afghanistan has "deteriorated" in the second half of 2015 The worsening situation has slowed Obamas pullout of US troops The 9800 currently there will shrink to 5500 by January 2017 when Obama leaves the Oval Office "Insurgents are improving in their ability to find and exploit [Afghan] vulnerabilities making the security situation still fragile in key areas and at risk of deterioration in other places" the Pentagon report said Read More: Republicans Reveal Discord in Debate Over Dictators On Tuesday the Taliban were battling Afghan forces advised by US and British special-ops troops for Sangin a strategically important town in southern Afghanistans Helmand province About 500 US and British troops were killed pushing the Taliban out of the province between 2006 and 2010 The deputy governor of the province appealedin a Facebook postingto Afghan President Ashraf Ghani for military aid to prevent the Taliban from retaking control of the province The turmoil now sweeping the region are largely fueled by the religious hatred that has existed for 1400 years between the Shia and Sunni branches of Islamic Toppling regional dictators who through brute force kept a lid on Islamic strife has unleashed forces that like the tides can be tamed but never eliminated so long as that schism exists This is the growing face of war: ever since the lopsided US victory over Saddam Husseins Iraq in 1991 nations have tried to steer clear at least overtly of conventional war with the US Thats because conventional wars best suit the US way of war When the enemy is another state combat can lead to compromise that can end the fighting Both sides generally try to adhere to the Geneva Conventions which set down rules of war for civilized states Even when the war in Vietnam was morphing into a guerrilla conflict led by the Viet Cong the fight was rooted in Vietnamese nationalism which helped guide the fight down paths Washington knew But todays fight against a virulent form of Islamwhere martyrdom is prizeddoesn’t offer such off-ramps Theres a growing sense in the Pentagon and elsewhere that the unrest triggered by the 2011 Arab Spring could lead to something like that Thirty Years War a conflict that began in between Catholic and Protestant states in Europe in 1618 that turned into one of the continents bloodiest eras For obvious reasons the US played no role in the original Thirty Years War And while it played a role in triggering what might become the second the US needs to think long and hard before jumping into it any more deeply Read Next: US Bombing of ISIS Oil Facilities Showing Progress Write to Mark Thompson at [email protected] meanwhile, There’s little doubt that the ISL is India’s go-to football league. white nationalism Administration.

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14, Clinton wrote, The Brief Newsletter Sign up to receive the top stories you need to know right now. Rivers State. Fifteen of the 20 people on board were killed. The aircraft was on a charter flight taking the body of the former Governor of Ondo State Dr Olusegun Agagu for burial Oluwatoyin who joined the company in 2000 was one of the people at the second Engr Zakariya Haruna memorial lecture held in Lagos to recount her experience Dressed in a red gown and limping due to injury she sustained from the crash the middle-aged woman said the carrier omitted her name when they started paying the 30 per cent insurance to the families of the deceased and injured Oluwatoyin stated that she called the airline spokesman Alex Emode who advised her to get a lawyer because she granted an interview to the Accident Investigation Bureau upon her return “I told AIB nothing but the truth about the crash” she said adding that “In fairness to the crew and passengers that died I don’t need to hide anything from AIB “My personal effect recovered from the wreckage has not been given back to me and it has been returned to Associated Airline by AIB” She disclosed that her lawyer wrote a letter to the company on her plight adding that the Nigeria Civil Aviation Authority NCAA was copied “To my surprise Mr Alex Emode told my lawyer on phone that I’m not a staff of Associated Aviation I now asked him to tell me what I was doing onboard if I was not a staff of the airline” she said “Is it a crime to survive an air crash If I had died in the crash would they have told my family that I am not their staff” Oluwatoyin said that Emode told a journalist that she went on shopping spree in South Africa “I was furious and asked him if he gave me any money for the shopping in South Africa All the money that was given to me by my family members and good Nigerians while I was on my hospital bed were given to Mr Alex in South Africa when he said that we have to cater for the accommodation and feeding of any family member accompanying us to South Africa “So where will I get money to go on shopping spree as he claimed Different false accusations because they don’t want to compensate me “He said that according to Geneva law an obsolete law I’m not going to be compensated because I am alive and I did not suffer any loss or permanent injury that I will only be compensated on compassionate ground if possible” She recalled amid tears the counsel by her doctor to stop hectic activities adding that she can no longer function as a cabin crew because of her low physical and mental strength “My mobility is slow I cannot stand for a long time which disqualifies me for yearly medical/ditching/ evacuation exercise before my crew licence can be renewed “The indelible scars burns behind my right arm are scary to behold The psychological trauma I’m suffering now is as a result of the crash I now have fear of aircraft during take-off “All these were not happening to me before the crash I was very active I walked straight I do not limp neither were I afraid of flight “The incident happened over nine months ago and the company has not done anything to take care of me They neglected and humiliated me” she cried In 2012 North Dakota had the lowest rate of food insecurity in the nation at 77 percent followed by Minnesota at 107 percent according to a report by Feeding America which used data from the US Department of AgricultureNationally 49 million people about 159 percent or nearly one in six people are considered food insecure Feeding America reportsThe rate of food insecurity is higher for children 216 percent or more than one in fiveFood insecurity is a lack of access at times to enough food for a healthy lifestyle for everyone in a household Feeding America saysOther states doing much better than the national average in dealing with food insecurity are New Hampshire (109 percent) Massachusetts (119 percent) Virginia (121 percent) and South Dakota (123 percent)The worst levels of food insecurity were in Mississippi (223 percent) Arkansas (194 percent) Georgia (189 percent) and Alabama New Mexico and North Carolina (186 percent) Feeding America reportedThe effects of the Great Recession are still lingering The number of people living in food insecurity rose 35 percent in the first year of the recession (2007 to 2008) and hasn’t abated Feeding America reportedMeanwhile cutbacks in the federal food stamp program mean less money for food and more trips to food banks for many families local officials saidIn 2013 the Great Plains Food Bank in Fargo distributed enough food for 107 million meals up 15 percent from 2012 said Marcia Paulson director of marketing and development“North Dakota is doing some things right clearly” Paulson said Thursday “Our (food insecurity) numbers are much better than others But our numbers (of people being served) have gone up since our last report That says something too”She said Great Plains is reaching out to rural areas with mobile food banks and getting fresh produce to reservation communitiesSeniors are a fast-growing clientele particularly in the west where prices for food services housing and utilities have risen far faster than fixed incomes can handle with the boom in the Oil Patch Paulson saidMany families also still don’t accept help from the federal free and reduced-price lunch program for their children she said “In the eyes of great prosperity we certainly have growing disparity” Paulson said “The lines (at food pantries) are longer They’re serving more people And they’re serving more people more often We’re kind of holding our own but not going in the right direction” Paulson saidIn 2012 the food insecurity rate for North Dakota’s Cass County was 77 percent or 54140 people For children it’s higher: 106 percent or 16350 childrenIn Minnesota’s Clay County 10 percent or 5870 people saw food insecurity For children the rate was 148 percent or 2010 kidsElsewhere in North Dakota:Other North Dakota counties had far higher food insecurity rates:In nearby Minnesota counties:Greg Diehl administrator of the Emergency Food Pantry in north Fargo said demand has risen 10 percent every year since 2008 with a 15 percent bump in 2013Last year the pantry provided food to 30061 individuals representing 9037 households Diehl saidUnduplicated numbers show that 16871 individuals representing 4944 homes in Cass and Clay counties got help in 2013 he said That added up to 13 million pounds of foodSince 2012 the pantry has put perishable fruits vegetables and bread in its lobby along with cans nearing the end of their shelf lives for people who need extra help to make ends meetFrom December to March the number of individuals accessing the lobby food has risen from 979 to 2167 Diehl saidMuch of the lobby increase is tied to cutbacks in the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (food stamps) he said“It used to be the last weekend of the month (that pantry workers saw people using the lobby) Now they see them at the third weekend of the month So their food stamps don’t stretch as far” Diehl saidThis past winter stressed budgets too Diehl said“We all need food to live and survive At the same time it’s one of the costs that is flexible as you will” he said “They (clients) have to pay their rent utility bills and they have to put gas in their cars You don’t want to get tossed out on the street so they skimp on food”The YWCA Cass Clay food pantry in Fargo gave out 6419 food boxes to individuals in 2013 about the same as 2012 said agency spokeswoman Katie McCormick“We work with members of the community who are often a paycheck away from becoming homeless” she said “A lot of times they’ll come from situations where they’ve just lost a job”Paulson and Diehl say North Dakota’s reputation as a “land of milk and honey” for work has also attracted many people who arrive unprepared No jobs No housing“All of a sudden they need everything” Diehl said “They’re not making it where they’re at and they see North Dakota is the place to be But if you come to North Dakota without a job or a skill” the state is no better than where they came from he said

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