An Iranian nuclear facility was apparently sabotaged and a mysterious dissident group called the ‘Homeland Cheetahs’ claimed responsibility

An important Iranian nuclear facility was damaged in a fire on Thursday that appears to have been the result of sabotage. A previously unknown group calling itself the “Homeland Cheetahs,” apparently a dissident group, claimed responsibility for the incident. The incident, which happened at Iran’s largest uranium enrichment facility, occurred amid historic tensions between Washington and Tehran over Iran’s nuclear program. Visit BusinessInsider.com for more stories. An Iranian nuclear facility appears to have been the target of sabotage, and a previously unknown dissident group calling itself the “Homeland Cheetahs,” the New York Times and BBC News reported on Thursday. A fire on Thursday dealt extensive damage to a building at… Read More

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What the top 25 colleges and universities in the US have said about their plans to reopen in fall 2020, from postponing the semester to offering more remote coursework

US universities began shifting to remote learning in light of the coronavirus pandemic in March 2020. Some universities, like Yale, are planning for another remote semester, while others, like Rice, expect to reopen campus with social distancing regulations in place. Here’s what the top 25 US colleges and universities have discussed for fall 2020 reopening plans so far. To inform our list, Business Insider used education research firm Quacquarelli Symonds’ first-ever US specific ranking of the best colleges and universities in 2020. Business Insider used Niche’s net price calculation for each school, which is the average cost of tuition after financial aid reported by each college in 2019. Visit Business… Read More

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DHS To Send Rapid Deployment Teams To Protect Federal Monuments

Watch Video The Department of Homeland Security said it’s sending deployment teams to federal monuments over the Fourth of July weekend to protect those monuments from protesters. Protesters have been toppling Confederate statues and monuments amid nationwide protests over the death of George Floyd in Minneapolis police custody. President Donald Trump has called out protesters who have torn down monuments on Twitter. Homeland Security said in a statement Wednesday: “DHS is answering the President’s call to use our law enforcement personnel across the country to protect our historic landmarks. We won’t stand idly by while violent anarchists and rioters seek not only to vandalize and destroy the symbols of our… Read More

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90 Day Fiance: The Most Brutal Feuds of All Time!

90 Day Fiance is a show about people finding each other across continents and oceans, giving up everything for love. Naturally, it is filled with some of the most toxic couples and the most vitriolic feuds that you can imagine. Not all of that bile plays out on camera, either. Behind the scenes and on social media, 90 Day Fiance stars will wage verbal wars on each other. Sometimes, it’s a rival from their season or a person who was almost family. Other times, it’s people who have only met once or twice, but experience loathing at first sight. Take a look below and see the most intense feuds that… Read More

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A new alert on Facebook and Instagram tells people to wear masks in public to help prevent the spread of the coronavirus

A new alert on Facebook and Instagram advises users in the US to wear face masks in public. The announcement of the new notice comes as coronavirus cases rise in the US and some states implement regulations requiring face masks in public. While Facebook strives to combat coronavirus misinformation the company refuses to budge on its controversial hate-speech policy, which has led over 500 advertisers to halt their ads on the platform. Visit Business Insider’s homepage for more stories. More and more states are creating regulations that require people to wear face masks in public and now Facebook is also joining the public conversation by encouraging users to wear face… Read More

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