Brian Pascus, provided by Published 12:18 pm CDT, Thursday, September 27, 2018 Twitter reacts to a new policy allowing passengers to pack marijuana in their luggage when leaving LAX. Twitter reacts to a new policy allowing passengers to pack marijuana in their luggage when leaving LAX. Photo: Twitter Twitter reacts to a new policy allowing passengers to pack marijuana in their luggage when leaving LAX. Twitter reacts to a new policy allowing passengers to pack marijuana in their luggage when leaving LAX. Photo: Twitter Twitter reacts to a new policy allowing passengers to pack marijuana in their luggage when leaving LAX. Twitter reacts to a new policy allowing passengers to pack marijuana in their luggage when leaving LAX. Photo: Twitter Keep clicking to see where it's legal to … [Read more...] about You can now fly with weed out of Los Angeles International Airport
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It was one year ago Thursday when Robert Mueller, the former FBI director, was appointed as special counsel to take over the Justice Department's investigation into possible coordination between Russia and Donald Trump's 2016 presidential campaign. The 12 months since have yielded a flurry of criminal indictments and guilty pleas, tense court appearances, angry tweets from the president and speculation over what the ever-taciturn Mueller already knows and what he'll investigate next. Hundreds of pages of court filings, and public statements from witnesses, have to an extent pulled back the curtain on an extraordinarily secretive investigation. But much remains hidden from view. A look at the last year and what may lie ahead: WHAT IS MUELLER INVESTIGATING? There's no doubt Mueller's investigation is far reaching, but at its core, prosecutors have remained focused on two central questions: Did the Trump campaign collude with the Kremlin to tip the 2016 presidential election in the … [Read more...] about What we’ve learned in 12 months of Mueller’s investigation
WASHINGTON--(BUSINESS WIRE)--May 1, 2018--Guidepost Solutions, a global leader in compliance, investigations, and security consulting, appointed J. William “Bill” Weinberg as managing director of its Federal Practice in Washington D.C. Weinberg will help clients navigate the complicated federal acquisition rules, pursue federal contracts, and successfully manage federal contracts.This press release features multimedia. View the full release here: https://www.businesswire.com/news/home/20180501006029/en/J. William Weinberg (Photo: Business Wire)“Bill’s experience across three different federal government agencies will be a tremendous asset for our clients,” said CEO of Guidepost Solutions, Julie Myers Wood. “His deep expertise in acquisition and procurement, technological advancement and transaction management enhances our company’s capabilities and brings a unique perspective to our Federal Practice.”“It is an honor to join a team … [Read more...] about Guidepost Solutions Welcomes J. William Weinberg, Former Director of Acquisitions at Department of Homeland Security Immigration and Customs Enforcement
Starting Saturday at 9am Pacific time, Google is giving away copies of the Samsung GALAXY Nexus. The contest is open to those who follow @googlenexus and include @googlenexus in the body of posts that answer tricky questions. The contest is open in Australia, Canada, France, Germany, Hong Kong, Japan, Netherlands, Singapore, Spain, South Korea, United Kingdom, the United States and the District of Columbia. One phone will be won each day for a period of ten days and you can have one entry for each contestant per day.If you don't have a Twitter account, you can take place in the contest by following Android in your circles on Google+. We would imagine that this could be like the contest that Radio Shack did for the HTC EVO 4G using their Twitter account back in September. Radio Shack's contest took place in one day with one phone won each hour for 9 hours. Expect questions about just about anything from math to physics to sports trivia, etc. As an interesting side note, the 10th and … [Read more...] about Google giving away ten GALAXY Nexus phones starting Saturday at 9am Pacific time
The beach is the centerpiece of the city’s promise of escape — escape from cold winters or college classes or family, where you can drink goblets of bright green liquor and cruise down Ocean Drive in a rented tangerine Lamborghini before retiring to the warm sand. To the casual observer, the beach may look like the only natural bit of the city, a fringe of shore reaching out from under the glass and pastel skyline. But this would be false: the beach is every bit as artificial as the towers and turquoise pools. For years the sea has been eating away at the shore, and the city has spent millions of dollars pumping up sand from the seafloor to replace it, only to have it wash away again. Every handful of sand on Miami Beach was placed there by someone. That sand is washing away ever faster. The sea around Miami is rising a third of an inch a year, and it’s accelerating. The region is far from alone in its predicament, or in its response to an eroding coast: it’s … [Read more...] about Miami Beach has run out of sand. Now what?