Ex-military cop guilty in wreck that her killed estranged husband, woman

The onetime officer was angry after another woman arrived to pickup her husband from a visit with his children, prosecutors said. A former military police officer was found guilty Thursday of causing a car crash that killed her estranged husband and a woman he was riding with after she chased the pair on a Bordentown road. Shade Cooper Shade Cooper, 28, of East Granby, Connecticut, became enraged when another woman picked up her husband Nicholas Cooper after he visited his children at her apartment on Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst in December 2015, Burlington County Assistant Prosecutor Dustin Coolidge argued at trial. The former Air Force police officer followed her husband and… Read More

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Comcast ditched its throttling system, but don’t celebrate just yet

Comcast is reversing course on a throttling system first deployed in 2008 as a means to deter heavy internet users from exceeding their monthly data allotment. As reflected in a June 11, 2018 update to our Xfinity Internet Broadband Disclosures, the congestion management system that was initially deployed in 2008 has been deactivated. As our network technologies and usage of the network continue to evolve, we reserve the right to implement a new congestion-management system if necessary in the performance of reasonable network management and in order to maintain a good broadband Internet access service experience for our customers and will… This story continues at The Next Web …read more… Read More

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Nunavut Legislature Picks Joe Savikataaq To Be New Premier

IQALUIT, Nunavut — A new premier has been chosen in Nunavut to take over from Paul Quassa who lost his job earlier today in a non-confidence vote. Joe Savikataaq, the deputy premier in Quassa’s cabinet, promised he’d do his best to work with his colleagues. Under Nunavut’s consensus government, the premier and cabinet are chosen in a secret ballot by all elected members. Three legislature members had put their name forward as being interested in the job and were questioned by their colleagues. The vote to remove Quassa, who was criticized for his leadership style, was decisive. Savikataaq assumes his new duties as premier immediately. …read more Source:: The Huffington… Read More

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Tiger Woods shoots 7-over 78 in opening round at U.S. Open

SOUTHAMPTON, N.Y. — As Tiger Woods stood in the middle of the first fairway, the last thing on his mind was a 7. That number was the first thing on his scorecard Thursday in the U.S. Open. It didn’t get better on his way to another ugly number, a first-round 78. It wasn’t his worst opener in this tournament. Woods shot 80 at Chambers Bay three years ago, his most recent U.S. Open before back surgeries sidelined him. Woods rallied by playing the rest of the front nine at 1-under par. After that, his putting fluctuated from spotty to just plain bad, including four putts on the 13th. Shinnecock Hills… Read More

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Worker shortage in Denver hindering business growth plans

Metro Denver’s low unemployment rate is hindering business expansion plans, but employers aren’t giving up on trying to fill vacant positions, according to a new survey from Korn Ferry, a global human resources consulting firm. In April, the unemployment rate in Metro Denver’s stood at a low 2.5 percent, on par with April 2017, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. The region hasn’t seen a run of unemployment rates this low since the tech boom in 1999 and 2000. About six in 10 of the business professionals that Korn Ferry surveyed said the shortage of talent was affecting the ability to grown, while the remainder didn’t seen any… Read More

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