Misinformation endangers community, law enforcement officers and illegal aliens

NEWS STRONG news Seattle, WA: ICE reports 6 things you need to know about immigration enforcement Advocacy groups, citizens and politicians who propagate incorrect or misleading information about the U. S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) mission create baseless concerns in the community and place innocent bystanders, aliens and law enforcement officers in danger. Local and national efforts are being made by ICE to increase the accurate information given to the community about our mission with the intent of fostering trust and better collaboration in communities across the United States. Here is what you need to know to reduce risk…
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Notice Continuing the National Emergency With Respect To Foreign Interference In or Undermining Public Confidence In U.S. Elections

WASHINGTON DC STRONG news - Washington, DC: The White House reports On September 12, 2018, by Executive Order 13848, I declared a national emergency pursuant to the International Emergency Economic Powers Act (50 1701 et seq.) to deal with the unusual and extraordinary threat to the national security and foreign policy of the United States constituted by the threat of foreign interference in or undermining public confidence in United States elections. Although there has been no evidence of a foreign power altering the outcomes or vote tabulation in any United States election, foreign powers have historically sought to exploit America’s free and…
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ABC TV World Phony Reports

President Donald J Trump reports - Such a phony hurricane report by lightweight reporter @jonkarl of I suggested yesterday at FEMA that, along with Florida, Georgia, South Carolina and North Carolina, even Alabama could possibly come into play, which WAS true. They made a big deal about
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NEW JERSEY STRONG WATER DISASTERS – PRESS TURNED AWAY FROM NEWARK LEAD WATER MEETING

NEWS STRONG news - Newark Mayor Ras Baraka’s administration turned away TV cameras and reporters from a lead water-related meeting at City Hall on Tuesday, despite announcing the meeting in a press release the day before. The meeting was supposed to be an opportunity for Newark residents to sign up as volunteers to help inform people about replacing tainted lead service lines using the $120 million loan the city recently received from Essex County. When reporters arrived Tuesday evening to cover the meeting and talk to residents, however, Baraka's staff told them to leave and that only Newark residents were allowed inside…
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Historic Occurrences – VT STRONG 8th anniversary of Tropical Storm Irene landing on Vermont

VT STRONG news – Ludlow, VT: Kevin Davis of Ludlow, Vermont was killed in a lake accident during cyclonic formation hurricane Irene’s inland Tropical Storm floods August 2011.  Davis was a Fletcher Farm Colony Board Member and Mary Davis Okemo Mountain Realtor. He was also a descendant of the Davis Family Plymouth Buffalo Brook Gold Au Claims of the 1859 Vermont Gold Rush. Tropical Storm Irene unearthed natural gold and historical finds. Post Tropical Storm Irene, FEMA funded Educators at the 2012 Fletcher Farm Arts Festival who used various arts and gold panning to reach traumatized stressed recovering children. Share More: VERMONT…
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Nieman Finds – Podcasters now have three plots of land to prospect for gold, where they used to have just one

NEWS STRONG news Boston, MA: Nieman Lab NICHOLAS QUAH reports  Hot Pod is a weekly newsletter on the podcasting industry written by Nick Quah; we happily share it with Nieman Lab readers each Tuesday. Welcome to Hot Pod, a newsletter about podcasts. This is issue 223, dated August 27, 2019. Supply ;Predicting the future is a fool’s game, but then again, I’m at least half a fool. On that note, here’s a future I’ve been mulling over: one in which Apple is no longer the overwhelming end-all of podcast distribution, and where podcast listening is broadly spread across Apple, Spotify, a rainbow…
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BOSTON NEWSPAPER GUILD PITCHES GLOBE MOGULS LONG TO KEEP NEWS STRONG

BOSTON STRONG news - Boston, MA: Media Nation by Dan Kennedy reports Here is the NewsGuild’s response to Boston Globe management. I have redacted the names. Dear members You may have seen the company’s email regarding the status of our contraction negotiations. Here’s what’s really been happening: The Guild asked the company to start negotiations in Sept. 2018. Company officials did not make themselves available until December 6. On that day the company, represented by Trish Dunn of Jones Day, presented us with a proposal that would, among many, many problematic things: Give the company the ability to outsource our overtime…
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Mogal Law Boston Globe Journalism Majors Up for Trade Pending Union Strike Out

John Henry and President Donald Trump at The White House. NEWS STRONG news Boston, MA: Media Nation by Dan Kennedy reports Boston Globe executives sent a memo of more than 1,300 words to the staff last Friday giving them their side of the ongoing negotiations between the paper and the NewsGuild, formerly known as the Newspaper Guild. A trusted source sent it along earlier this morning, and I'm posting the full text below. The email comes several weeks after the Guild filed a complaint with the National Labor Relations Board claiming unfair labor practices "given the slow pace of contract negotiations and…
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Gatehouse Layoffs Continue. Reporter – Hopefully there’s a something next

Wheeler reports Cape Code, MA: I was laid off from the @CapeCodTimes (a Gatehouse newspaper) this morning. Up until a few hours ago, I was the courts reporter. Another reporter was also laid off, bring the total newsroom cuts to two. It was fun, Cape Cod. Hopefully there's a something next.
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