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Investigation finds 33 missing children in Southern California, FBI says – USA TODAY

A multiagency investigation recently found 33 missing children in Southern California, including eight who had been sexually exploited, the FBI said in a news release Friday. Operation “Lost Angels” began Jan. 11 amid Human Trafficking Awareness Month and involved more than two dozen agencies in an effort to identify and find missing children, the FBI said. Officials said two of the...

Abbott Says He Finds Vetting of Texas National Guard Ahead of Inauguration ‘Offensive’ – NBC 5 Dallas-Fort Worth

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Texas Gov. Greg Abbott (R) says he finds it “offensive” that the FBI is vetting National Guard members, including those from Texas, in Washington ahead of President-elect Joe Biden’s inauguration on Wednesday. “No one should ever question the loyalty or professionalism of the Texas National Guard,” Abbott wrote in a tweet Monday night. There are approximately 25,000...

NASA finds there are fewer galaxies than first thought, leaving the possibility we’re alone in the universe – Fox News

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A mission from NASA has discovered there may be a lot fewer galaxies than initially believed, opening up the possibility humanity is alone in the universe. The New Horizons mission, which yielded the first close-up photos of Pluto, provided enough data for scientists to make the determination that it’s likely the number of galaxies is in the hundreds of billions, rather than 2 trillion, as...

CDC study finds COVID-19 outbreaks aren’t fueled by in-person classes | TheHill – The Hill

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A new study published by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) found that in-person classes at K-12 schools do not appear to lead to increases in COVID-19 when compared with areas that have online-only learning. The CDC study noted that in the week beginning Dec. 6, coronavirus cases among the general population in counties where K-12 schools opened for in-person learning were...

NASA finds universe less crowded than we thought – CNET

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This very wide, multiframe panorama was taken in October 2014 at Canyon de Chelly National Monument in northeast Arizona. The zodiacal light is at left, with the northern Milky Way to the right. Z. Levay While we might think of space as a vast sea of blackness, all we have to do is look up at night to see that it’s punctuated by countless stars, galaxies and even a few planets visible to...

Sony finds a home for Crystal LED screens: virtual set backgrounds – Engadget

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Its professional display arm unveiled two versions of the screens, a C- and B- series, that are turned for either 1,000,000:1 high contrast or high brightness, respectively. The 1,800 cd/m2-capable B-series was developed with Sony Pictures specifically for use as a studio backdrop without showing reflections, while the C-Series is more for installation in lobbies or showrooms. They use the same...

Study finds we’re already committed to more global warming—sort of – Ars Technica

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Are we there yet? — Accounting for spatial patterns ups the estimate, but details are crucial. Scott K. Johnson – Jan 6, 2021 4:46 pm UTC Someday, humans will get it together and dramatically reduce greenhouse gas emissions. But—not to fact check your daydreams too strictly here—how exactly will global temperatures respond to that day? This is a question climate science has long worked to...

With Brexit, the U.K. Finds Sovereignty Doesn’t Necessarily Mean Getting Its Way – The Wall Street Journal

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LONDON—Since Britain’s 2016 referendum vote to leave the European Union, the U.K. government has said its aim is reclaiming sovereignty—the ability to set its own rules for its own benefit. As the country began negotiating its future economic relations with the bloc this year, the British chief negotiator, David Frost, said all the U.K. wanted was “a modern free-trade agreement between sovereign...

New York City investigation finds NYPD used excessive force during George Floyd protests | TheHill – The Hill

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The New York City Department of Investigation published a report Friday in which if found that local authorities used excessive force during protests against police brutality and racism over the death of George Floyd this summer. “The NYPD’s use of force and certain crowd control tactics to respond to the Floyd protests produced excessive enforcement that contributed to heightened tensions,” the...

UK finds new mutation of COVID-19 behind rapid spread across London – New York Post

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December 15, 2020 | 8:19am | Updated December 15, 2020 | 9:52am A new mutation of COVID-19 has turned up in more than 1,000 infected patients in the UK — and is being blamed for a more rapid spread of the contagion. The nation’s health secretary, Matt Hancock, revealed the new variant and said it was behind “very sharp, exponential rises” in cases across London and the surrounding counties of...

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