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Umbrella Revolution: Hong Kong’s Biggest Protests in Decades Challenge China on Political Freedom

Hong Kong is facing its biggest political unrest in decades as tens of thousands of protesters defy a police crackdown to demand greater freedom from China. The new round of protests began last week when thousands of college students launched a boycott to oppose China’s rejection of free elections in 2017. The protesters want an open vote, but China’s plan would only allow candidates approved by Beijing. After a three-day sit-in, police used tear gas and pepper spray to disperse the crowds. But that only fueled a public outcry which brought even more into the streets, with estimates reaching up to 200,000 people. Protest leaders have vowed to remain until the resignation of Hong Kong city leader, Leung Chun-ying, and a free vote for his successor. Originally organized by the group "Occupy Central," the protests have been dubbed Umbrella Revolution, for the umbrellas protesters have used to hide from the tear gas. The police crackdown is the harshest since China retook control of Hong Kong in 1997 after 150 years of British rule. The crackdown is being felt in mainland China, where the government has blocked the mobile photo-sharing app Instagram and heavily censored references to Hong Kong on social media. We are joined from Hong Kong by journalist Tom Gundy, who has been covering the protests.  listen to this show on demand  click on this link http://www.democracynow.org/podcast.xml

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How the U.S. Concocted a Terror Threat to Justify Syria Strikes, and the Corporate Media Went Along

As the U.S. expands military operations in Syria, we look at the Khorasan group, the shadowy militant organization the Obama administration has invoked to help justify the strikes. One month ago, no one had heard of Khorasan, but now U.S. officials say it poses an imminent threat to the United States. As the strikes on Syria began, U.S. officials said Khorasan was "nearing the execution phase" of an attack on the United States or Europe, most likely an attempt to blow up a commercial plane in flight. We are joined by Murtaza Hussain of The Intercept, whose new article with Glenn Greenwald is "The Khorasan Group: Anatomy of a Fake Terror Threat to Justify Bombing Syria."http://www.democracynow.org/podcast.xml use this link to listen to this show on demand .


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Mayo Clinic Radio: Suicide Awareness

Has suicide ever touched your life or someone you know? On the next Mayo Clinic Radio, Saturday, September 20 at 9 a.m. CT, we'll talk with psychiatrist Marin Veldic, M.D., about why suicide is such a difficult subject to discuss.  Please join this sensitive and important conversation. What should you do if you're feeling like life isn't worth living? How can you help someone you think may be having thoughts of suicide?  We'll find out.

Myth or Fact: The suicide of a celebrity leads to an increase in "copycat" suicides.

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October 3

Mayo Clinic Radio: Coronary Artery Disease

By McCray

On the next Mayo Clinic Radio, Friday October 3rd at 1pm, we'll discuss coronary artery disease with Chairman of the Department of Cardiology at Mayo Clinic Charanjit 'Chet' Rihal, M.D. Why is heart disease such a big problem?  How do you tell the difference between heartburn and a heart attack? How do surgeons replace a heart valve without opening your chest?  We'll find out this and more. Join us!

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 *****  CARDNIAL POINTS  with ED CARDINAL Premiers Tuesday at 1pm Feb 11th

We invite you to listen to Cardinal Points every Tuesday from 1-2 pm. Talk Radio with heart and Soul. Your compass to achieving your dreams.

This show will shake the foundation of conventional thinking and teach you to use your own mind to create the life you dream about.

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 Thursday at 1pm September 11,2014

Is Intuition a Guide to Truth?

After getting clear on what type of intuitions are at issue, John and Ken begin by questioning whether using intuitions is a good practice for philosophy.  Philosophers often craft thought experiments and use the intuitions they produce as evidence in their work.  The pair both cast doubt on the strength of these intuitions as evidence, though Ken points out that intuitions are very useful to make clear our beliefs to ourselves.

After welcoming guest Alvin Goodman to the show, the three begin to dig into the question of whether intuitions can lead us to truth.  Alvin, an epistemologist, points out difficulties surrounding the question that come from our uncertainty about truth.  They then discuss a common application of intuitions: in categorizing judgments.  Philosophers often probe people’s intuitions on what type of things fall into certain categories in order to establish and readjust the boundaries of these categories.  Alvin points out the importance of intuitions in revealing culturally impressed thought patterns.

A question from the audience steers the topic of the conversation to the relationship between intuitions and the unconscious.  John points out that intuitions can give us insight into unconscious thought processes that rational reasoning cannot.  Some philosophers have claimed we have over-intellectualized philosophy, losing touch with our intuitive knowledge.  Others think such intuitive ‘knowledge’ is not reliable to use as evidence in philosophical discourse.  Another audience member raises the important question of whether there is a fact to the matter in many of these questions of intuition.  People have differing intuitions about whether fetuses are people, but take for granted that there is a right answer.  The hosts discuss with Alvin about how these intuitions are often issues of classification, and how there might not be a real answer underlying the conflicting intuitions.
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This day in music history -

MOnday 09-29-2014
1976, Enjoying his own birthday celebrations singer Jerry Lee Lewis accidentally shot his bass player Norman Owens in the chest. Lewis had been blasting holes in an office door. Owens survived but sued his boss.
1979, The Police had their first UK No.1 single with 'Message In A Bottle' the group's third Top 20 hit. More on The Police
1984, Prince and the Revolution started a two week run at No.1 on the US singles chart with 'Let's Go Crazy', his second US No.1, a No.7 hit in the UK.
1987, Pink Floyd’s thirteenth studio album A Momentary Lapse Of Reason was on the UK chart. The shoot for the album cover involved dragging 800 hospital beds onto Saunton Sands in Devon, but rain interrupted the session and they had to repeat the exercise two weeks later. A hang glider can be seen in the sky, a possible reference to the track Learning to Fly. Photographer Robert Dowling won a gold award at the Association of Photographers' Awards for the image, which took about two weeks to create.
1989, While travelling on his motorbike from Los Angeles, Bruce Springsteen called in at Matt's Saloon in Prescott, Arizona and jammed with the house band. Bruce played a bunch of rock and roll classics, including Elvis Presley’s 'Don’t Be Cruel,' and Chuck Berry’s 'Sweet Little Sixteen' and 'Route 66.’ Bruce also donated $100,000 to a barmaid's hospital bill.
1990, Maria McKee was at No.1 on the UK singles chart with 'Show Me Heaven' the song featured in the Tom Cruise film 'Days Of Thunder'.
1991, Metallica kicked off their 138 date Wherever We May Roam world tour at the Civic Center in Peoria, Illinois.
1992, American singer, songwriter Paul Jabara died from lymphoma related to AIDS at the age of 44. He wrote Donna Summer's Oscar and Grammy Award-winning hit ‘Last Dance’ and Barbra Streisand's ‘The Main Event/Fight’ and co-wrote the Weather Girls hit, ‘It's Raining Men’ with Paul Shaffer.
1999, Receivers were called in to concert promoter Harvey Goldsmith's empire after suffering losses on a series of shows. Goldsmith was awarded the MBE after his work on Live Aid.
1999, The Manic Street Preachers were given a bill for £28.000 after smashing up equipment during their show at Scotland's T In The Park festival.
2001, Jennifer Lopez married dancer Cris Judd in Calabasa California. The couple separated nine months later.
2002, US TV Pop Idol winner Kelly Clarkson started a two-week run at No.1 on the US singles chart with 'A Moment Like This.'
2002, UK Pop Idol winners Will Young and Gareth Gates started a two-week run at No.1 on the UK singles chart with their version of The Beatles 'The Long And Winding Road.'
2004, Keith Moon's five-piece drum kit, custom-made for The Who drummer in 1968, sold for £120,000 pounds ($215,772) in London to an American collector, setting a world auction record for a set of drums. More on Keith Moon
2004, The Sun reported that Michael Jackson had a secret fourth child who was now 19. The story claimed that Norwegian Omar Bhatti was born after a one night stand and had stayed with Jackson at his Neverland home in California.
2007, US rapper 50 Cent was beaten by rival rap star Kanye West in the stand-off to claim the best-selling album in the US. West's Graduation shifted 957,000 copies in its first week of sales while 50 Cent's album, Curtis, only sold 691,000. Before the albums went on sale 50 Cent vowed he would retire from making solo albums if he was outsold by West. 50 Cent axed his forthcoming European tour and a performance at London Mobo Awards the Vodafone Live Music Awards in London, as well as at an MTV show in Germany.
2012, The UK press reported that there really was a girl who works down the chip shop and swears she's Elvis' daughter, after Lisa Marie Presley was spotted serving up deep-fried treats on a mobile motor called Mr Chippy. The 44-year-old, offspring of Elvis and actress Priscilla, donned an apron and cooked battered cod for the locals. Kim Scales, who owned the business, said: "Lisa Marie likes to see how we live and experience British life. We were laughing because the customers didn't know who she was. She really enjoyed it." The singer, had moved to the quaint village of Rotherfield, East Sussex, two years ago from Los Angeles.

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Health & Wellness

Heart Medication Digoxin Linked to Higher Risk of Death for Some

    By Steven Reinberg, HealthDay News

Increase seen in people with certain abnormal heart rhythms, study finds.

Digoxin, a drug that's been used to treat heart problems for about 200 years, might increase the risk of dying in certain patients.

New research suggests that for people who have a particular type of irregular heart rhythm, called atrial fibrillation, taking the drug digoxin may increase the risk of dying by more than 20 percent.

"We found in 122,000 patients with atrial fibrillation, those treated with digoxin were more likely to die [during the study period] than patients prescribed other medications," said lead researcher Dr. Mintu Turakhia, an assistant professor of cardiology at Stanford University School of Medicine in Palo Alto, Calif.

Although the current research found an association between the drug digoxin and a higher risk of death for people with atrial fibrillation or flutter, the study does not show that the drug caused the higher risk of death.

RELATED: 7 Hidden Dangers for People With Atrial Fibrillation

However, Turakhia thinks the risk may be the result of digoxin causing other dangerous abnormal heart rhythms.

"Even though you are being given a drug to slow down your heart rate in atrial fibrillation, it may be causing other problems with your heart that may increase the risk of death," he said.

Digoxin is made from extracts of the foxglove plant, also called digitalis. It has long been a standard treatment for atrial fibrillation, according to background information in the study.

Given that there are other treatments for atrial fibrillation, Turakhia wonders why digoxin should be the treatment of choice for these patients. "There are other safer drugs out there," he said.

Safer alternatives may include drugs known as beta-blockers or calcium channel blockers, Turakhia said. "These have never been tied to an increased risk of death or major concerns with safety," he said.

Turakhia thinks patients taking digoxin for atrial fibrillation should talk with their doctor about possibly switching to another medication.

    A debate over the merits of eating less salt escalated when one of the most comprehensive studies yet suggested cutting back on sodium too much actually poses health hazards

Sodium is an essential nutrient

Sodium is the main component of salt but they are not the same thing. Salt’s chemical name is sodium chloride. Sodium regulates blood pressure and blood volume and affects other such crucial processes as muscle and nerve function.

High levels are associated with cardiovascular risk

New research suggests intake over 6,000 milligrams a day is associated with increased risk of death, heart attack, stroke and heart failure. And there is broad consensus that people with high levels of dietary sodium should reduce it, especially if they have high blood pressure.
Current guidelines call for very low levels

U.S. guidelines promoted by the Food and Drug Administration and other agencies call for daily consumption lower than 2,300 milligrams. The American Heart Association recommends a 1,500-milligram daily cap in sodium intake.

Americans eat a lot of sodium

Current average daily intake in the U.S. is 3,400 milligrams, says the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. More than 75% of dietary sodium comes from food you buy in supermarkets or restaurants; another 12% comes naturally in food; the rest is from the salt shaker.

Reducing intake to low levels hasn’t been shown to produce a benefit

A new global study from Canadian researchers suggests daily intake below 3,000 milligrams is associated with a 27% higher risk of death or serious cardiovascular event within nearly four years.  A report last year from the Institute of Medicine failed to find evidence that compliance with intake below 2,300 milligrams reduces risk of major problems from cardiovascular disease.



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Court: Tesla Motors can sell directly to buyers
Posted: Sep 15, 2014 2:45 PM EST Updated: Sep 15, 2014 2:57 PM EST

BOSTON (AP) - The highest court in Massachusetts has thrown out a lawsuit aimed at blocking Tesla Motors from selling its electric cars directly to consumers.

The Massachusetts State Automobile Dealers Association had sought to prevent the direct sales, citing a state law designed to block car dealers from abuses by car manufacturers.

The Supreme Judicial Court unanimously ruled Monday that the association and two dealers - Herb Connolly Chevrolet and Fisker Norwood - didn't have legal standing to bring the case.

The court said Natick has since given Tesla a license to operate a sales office at the Natick Mall.

World's Largest Ice Sheets Melting At Fastest Rate Ever Recorded

Greenland and Antarctica are home to the two largest ice sheets in the world, and a new report released Wednesday says that they are contributing to sea level rise twice as much as they were just five years ago.

Using the European Space Agency's CryoSat 2 satellite, the Alfred Wegener Institute from Germany has found that western Antarctica and Greenland are losing massive amounts of ice.

"Combined, the two ice sheets are thinning at a rate of 500 cubic kilometres per year," said glaciologist Dr. Angelika Humbert, one of the authors of the AWI study, in a press release. "That is the highest speed observed since altimetry satellite records began about 20 years ago."

The report, published in the online magazine The Cryosphere, says the CryoSat 2 satellite measured over 200 million elevation data points in Antarctica and 14.3 million in Greenland to track the loss of ice mass over the last several years. "When we compare the current data with those from the ICESat satellite from the year 2009, the volume loss in Greenland has doubled since then," said Humbert. "The loss of the West Antarctic Ice Sheet has in the same time span increased by a factor of three."

Somewhat encouragingly, the East Antarctic Ice Sheet is gaining mass. However, those gains are very modest and don't make up for the loss of ice in West Antarctica and Greenland. Greenland is losing 350 cubic kilometers of ice annually, mostly from its southwestern coast, and accounts for almost 75 percent of the total volume lost each year. Together, the flows from Antarctica and Greenland could cover the entire Chicagoland area with 600 meters of ice each year.


Vermont highlights more electric car chargers
Posted: Jul 07, 2014 10:41 AM EST Updated: Jul 07, 2014 10:41 AM EST

MIDDLESEX, Vt. (AP) - It's getting easier to drive an electric vehicle through Vermont between Montreal and Boston.

Top state officials and the head of the state's largest electric utility inaugurated a new vehicle charging station in Middlesex, halfway between the Canadian border and New Hampshire.

One of two stations can charge a car nearly full in 45 minutes.

Gov. Peter Shumlin says it's a big step toward the creation of an electric vehicle corridor between Montreal and Boston.

Officials say electric vehicles cost the equivalent of about a dollar a gallon to drive.

Access to a full network of charging stations is critical since many electric-only vehicles have a short range.

Currently there are 27 charging stations in Vermont with another 15 planned.


North Dakota's Latest Fracking Problem

North Dakota is forced to burn off 30% of the natural gas produced from fracking in the Bakken Shale as infrastructure and regulations struggle to keep pace with its oil boom.

Food-Waste Recycling Faces Hiccups

More states want to recycle their food waste instead of dumping it into landfills, but they have run into a snag: The infrastructure needed to turn huge quantities of table scraps into fertilizer or electricity isn't ready.

Tesla's Clever Patent Move Is Already Paying Off

Tesla may already be reaping the rewards of freeing up its patents.

Four days after CEO Elon Musk offered most of his company’s patents to rivals in hopes of cultivating a bigger electric car market, Nissan and BMW are “keen on talks” to cooperate on charging networks, the Financial Times reported on Sunday.

That pretty much validates why the Silicon Valley company freed up its patents in the first place: Tesla wants its superchargers to become the industry standard.

That way, other companies will use and enlarge Tesla's existing network of 97 charging stations that currently dot a path across the continental United States, making it more and more feasible to swap fuel-burning cars for battery-electric ones, even for long-distance travel.

White House Plans Another Big Climate Push

WASHINGTON -– One year after President Barack Obama rolled out his climate change action plan, the administration is putting fresh emphasis on its environmental agenda.

The White House plans to host two roundtable discussions this week on the economic threats that climate change poses and the "opportunities to overcome those risks," a White House official said in an email Monday night, which emphasized the potential costs of not addressing planet-warming emissions.

Treasury Secretary Jack Lew and White House leaders also plan to meet with billionaire climate activist Tom Steyer and former Treasury Secretary Hank Paulson on Wednesday to discuss a report they will release this week titled, "Risky Business," which assess the economic costs of climate change. Steyer and Paulson are the co-chairs for the report.

Steyer, a former hedge fund manager turned environmental activist, has pledged to spend $100 million backing political candidates who support action on climate change through his political group, NextGen Climate Action. He has focused much of his political work on opposing the Keystone XL pipeline, which the Obama administration is considering for possible approval.

Lew, White House advisers John Podesta and Valerie Jarrett, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration head Kathryn Sullivan and Federal Emergency Management Agency Administrator Craig Fugate on Tuesday will meet with insurance industry representatives on climate impacts.

Obama himself will address the annual dinner of the League of Conservation Voters on Wednesday night. Secretary of Energy Ernest Moniz and Secretary of Interior Sally Jewell plan to speak earlier Wednesday at an event sponsored by the League of Conservation Voters. The group is the biggest electoral spender among environmental groups.



Out in the Movies !!!   

September 5-7, 2014


Weekend Report:

Weekend Report: 'Guardians' Becomes Biggest Movie of the Summer

 Weekend Report: 'Guardians' Holds Top Spot on Slowest Weekend in Six Years

by Ray Subers
Guardians of the Galaxy

September 7, 2014

On one of the worst weekends in years, Guardians of the Galaxy easily held on to first place for the third-straight frame. Meanwhile, The Identical—the week's only new nationwide release—bombed with less than $2 million.

The Top 12 earned $51.5 million, which makes it the lowest-grossing weekend in six years. In the past decade, the worst weekend was September 5-7, 2008, when the Top 12 grossed $50.3 million.

Guardians of the Galaxy eased 39 percent to $10.4 million. This is the movie's fourth weekend in first place; the only other movies to accomplish such a feat in the past decade are The Dark Knight, Avatar and The Hunger Games.

On Saturday, Guardians passed last Summer's Man of Steel, which is noteworthy given the discrepancy in pre-existing fanbases for these two superhero movies. With $294.8 million, Guardians is now the highest-grossing movie ever from the month of August (ahead of The Sixth Sense), and it's on track to ultimately pass the original Iron Man's $318 million total.

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles held on to second place with $6.5 million (down 46 percent). The movie has grossed an impressive $174.6 million so far.

Let's Be Cops added $5.57 million (off 33 percent) for a very good $66.8 million total. Meanwhile, If I Stay eased 40 percent to $5.56 million, which brings its total to $39.5 million.

Last weekend's openers both dropped off quickly this weekend. The November Man fell 46 percent to $4.3 million, which brings its 12-day total to a weak $18 million. Meanwhile, As Above/So Below plummeted 55 percent to $3.85 million for a total of $15.7 million.

This Weekend in Past Years
• 2013 - Vin Wins As 'Riddick' Leads Quiet Weekend
• 2012 - 'Words,' Cold Light' Bomb on Worst Weekend in Years
• 2011 - 'Contagion' Catches On
• 2010 - 'Resident Evil' Earns Extra Life with Fourth Movie
• 2009 - Tyler Perry 'Can Do' Good at the Box Office
• 2007 - '3:10 to Yuma' Arrives at Top Spot
• 2006 - 'Covenant' Hovers Over Weak Weekend
• 2005 - 'Exorcism' Torments Top Spot

Weekend ending
September 5-7, 2014
1  1  Guardians of the Galaxy  BV  $10,357,345  -39.4%  3,221  -241  $3,216  $294,765,199  $170  6
2  2  Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (2014)  Par.  $6,506,688  -45.4%  3,273  -270  $1,988  $174,653,217  $125  5
3  5  Let's Be Cops  Fox  $5,568,871  -32.8%  2,932  -78  $1,899  $66,766,954  $17  4
4  3  If I Stay  WB  $5,555,244  -40.3%  3,157  +154  $1,760  $39,468,624  $11  3
5  6  The November Man  Rela.  $4,307,680  -45.6%  2,776  -  $1,552  $17,978,019  -  2
6  4  As Above/So Below  Uni.  $3,854,425  -55.4%  2,650  +10  $1,455  $15,707,170  -  2
7  8  The Giver  Wein.  $3,421,064  -34.9%  2,576  -229  $1,328  $37,665,059  $25  4
8  7  When the Game Stands Tall  TriS  $3,410,019  -43.3%  2,766  +93  $1,233  $23,200,735  $15  3
9  9  The Hundred-Foot Journey  BV  $3,146,462  -34.5%  2,167  +249  $1,452  $45,614,544  $22  5
10  11  Lucy  Uni.  $1,955,570  -29.2%  1,171  -122  $1,670  $121,212,955  $40  7



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US-led airstrikes hit 4 Syrian provinces

BEIRUT (AP) - U.S.-led coalition warplanes bombed Islamic State group positions overnight across four provinces in northern and eastern Syria, hitting a grain silo as well as the country's largest gas plant, activists said Monday.

Washington and its Arab allies opened their air assault against the extremist group last week, going after its military facilities, training camps, heavy weapons and oil installations. The campaign expands upon the airstrikes the United States has been conducting against the militants in Iraq since early August.

The Britain-based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said coalition forces hit Islamic State group facilities overnight in Aleppo, Raqqa, Hassakeh and Deir el-Zour provinces. It said there were casualties, but that it did not have concrete figures.

Among the facilities hit was the entrance to Syria's largest gas plant, Conoco in Deir el-Zour province, and grain silo in the extremist-held town of Manbij in Aleppo province. It said the gas facility itself was not damaged.

Another activist group, the Aleppo Media Center, also reported the strike on the grain silo in Manbij, northeast of Aleppo city. It said the attack ignited a fire at the facility.

There was no immediate confirmation from the U.S. or its allies on the reported air raids.

More strikes Monday morning hit the town of Tel Abyad on the Syria-Turkey border, according to a resident on the Turkish side on the frontier.

Turkish Tanks Take Up Position On The Syrian Border

MURSITPINAR, Turkey, Sept 29 (Reuters) - Turkish tanks took up position on a hill overlooking the besieged Syrian border town of Kobani on Monday after several shells hit Turkish territory as Islamic State militants fired on the town, a Reuters correspondent said.

At least 15 tanks were positioned, some with their guns pointed towards Syrian territory, near a Turkish military base just northwest of Kobani. Plumes of smokes rose up as shells hit both the eastern and western sides of Kobani.

At least two shells also hit Turkish territory on Monday.

UK Approves Strike Against ISIS In Iraq

LONDON, Sept 26 (Reuters) - Britain's parliament approved air strikes against Islamic State (IS) insurgents in Iraq by a decisive margin on Friday, paving the way for the Royal Air Force to join U.S.-led military action with immediate effect.

Six Cyprus-based Tornado GR4 fighter-bombers were on standby to take part in initial sorties after Prime Minister David Cameron recalled parliament from recess to back military action following a formal request from the Iraqi government.

He told lawmakers before the vote not to expect a "shock and awe" air campaign, while his office said a small number of service people could be sent to Iraq within hours of the vote to guide air strikes and, possibly, to train Iraqi and Kurdish regional peshmerga forces battling IS militant forces.

Democracy Protests In Hong Kong Turn Violent

HONG KONG, Sept 28 (Reuters) - Violent clashes between Hong Kong riot police and students galvanized tens of thousands of supporters for the city's pro-democracy movement and kick-started a plan to lock down the heart of the Asian financial center early on Sunday.

Leaders and supporters of Occupy Central with Love and Peace rallied to support students who were doused with pepper spray early on Saturday after they broke through police barriers and stormed the city's government headquarters.

"Whoever loves Hong Kong should come and join us. This is for Hong Kong's future," publishing tycoon Jimmy Lai, an outspoken critic of China's communist government who has backed pro-democracy activists through publications that include one of the city's biggest newspapers as well as donations, told Reuters

College Softball Bus Crashes In Oklahoma, 4 Dead

A North Texas community college brought in counselors to comfort grieving students Saturday and canceled athletic competitions after four women's softball players were killed when an 18-wheel truck veered into oncoming traffic on a major interstate highway and crashed into the side of their team bus.

The collision near Davis, Oklahoma, late Friday badly damaged the driver's side of the North Central Texas College team bus driven by a coach with 15 players aboard as they returned from a scrimmage against Southern Nazarene University in Bethany, Oklahoma.

In addition to the deaths, two team members remained in hospitals Saturday, one in critical condition. The other nine players were treated and released, along with the coach.


Court issues arrest warrant for man in disappearance of Ark. realtor

More than 250 volunteers were helping authorities search on Sunday for Beverly Carter in the Little Rock, Ark., area for a real estate agent who disappeared Thursday while showing a home.

On Sunday, a warrant was issued for 33-year-old Aaron Lewis in the case.

He was deemed a person of interest Saturday morning after getting into a car accident and fleeing a hospital before authorities could take him into custody.

No further information on Lewis's link to Carter's disappearance has been revealed, however, the administrator of the Facebook page Find Beverly Carter said the last person seen with Beverly was a 'tall, skinny white male driving an older model slate gray extended can pickup truck.'

Rattled fellow realtors are also using it as a sounding board to express the potential dangers of the industry as well as the precautions that should be taken by realtors.

'I have been a Realtor for 36 years, and it gets more dangerous all the time,' wrote Patricia Schmitz Manos, who described her method for sharing information about her location with family while showing homes.

According to CNN, Beverly's last phone call to her husband came Thursday afternoon, telling him the address where she would be.



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Massachusetts gas prices fall by a penny
Posted: Sep 29, 2014 11:04 AM EST Updated: Sep 29, 2014 11:04 AM EST

BOSTON (AP) - The price of a gallon of gasoline in Massachusetts has dipped another penny to an average of $3.38.

AAA Southern New England reports Monday that self-serve, regular is now 6 cents per gallon lower than a month ago and 9 cents lower than a year ago.

The in-state price, however, remains 4 cents higher than the national per-gallon average.

AAA found self-serve, regular for as low as $3.21 and as high as $3.69 per gallon.

National Coffee Day: Places to Get a Free Cup of Joe

Your Monday morning just got a little more caffeinated. Today marks the annual celebration of National Coffee Day. In recognition of holiday, several national and regional chains will be offering free and heavily discounted fresh cups of joe. With big named retailers such as Dunkin' Donuts, Starbucks, Wawa and more giving away cups of their most popular blends, it's a promotion you won't want to miss.

Plan calls on households to pay for trash disposal
Posted: Sep 29, 2014 6:40 AM EST Updated: Sep 29, 2014 6:40 AM EST

JOHNSTON, R.I. (AP) - A preliminary plan calls for Rhode Island households to pay an estimated $10 a month in a "pay-as-you-throw" bag fee to dispose of trash at the state's Central Landfill.

The Providence Journal reports (http://bit.ly/1rmLkuE ) that the bag fee would replace the current $32-a-ton paid by towns and cities to toss residential trash at the landfill.

The plan says the new fee system would pay for landfill and recycling operations and programs, with surplus returned to towns and cities to help finance their trash-collection operations.

The proposal before the state Planning Council may be changed by the Rhode Island Resource Recovery Corp. and public comment.

Michael J. OConnell, executive director of Resource Recovery, says the agency will not be able to pay for operations in 2018 without changing how it's financed.

Road salt supply low, demand high as winter looms
Posted: Sep 29, 2014 12:16 PM EST Updated: Sep 29, 2014 12:16 PM EST
Associated Press

DETROIT (AP) - The rewards for surviving last winter's punishing weather are tight supplies and drastic price increases for road salt across much of the U.S.

Local officials in several Midwestern states are facing prices that are twice what they were last season. In some cases, the price is five times as much.

And that's only if they can get road salt.

Replenishing stockpiles is proving to be a challenge nationwide after so much salt was used last winter, when supplies were diminished by frigid weather and record snowfall.

From Boston to Raleigh, North Carolina, many cities are increasing their stocks by at least 20 percent.

But some local governments are avoiding the problem, thanks to previous contracts or secured bids, or simply being close to salt sources.


PROVIDENCE, R.I. (AP) - Buddy Cianci nabbed an important union endorsement over the weekend in his quest to get elected to a third stint as mayor. Cianci has been endorsed by the Providence Teachers Union. The union says the independent Cianci clearly understands the school district's needs. Cianci's two stints as mayor ended with felony convictions.


National Grid customers in Mass. could see steep rate hike

National Grid customers in Massachusetts should expect to pay much more for electricity this winter.

If a rate hike request is approved by state regulators, the average customer will get an electric bill that is 37 percent higher than last winter for the same amount of electricity used. That amounts to an extra $33 a month.

A request was recently filed with the Massachusetts Department of Public Utilities to raise the rates.

National Grid said because natural gas is in demand, there's less to go around. And since it is the primary fuel source for electric power plants, rates need to rise.

"There's too much demand for not enough gas on a cold, winter's day," said Marcy Reed, CEO of National Grid Massachusetts.

While the rate hikes in Massachusetts are expected to take place soon, is the same thing going to happen in Rhode Island?

National Grid Rhode Island spokesman David Graves said, "Rhode Island rates won't be adjusted until Jan. 1 but will likely be subject to the same market conditions, driving the cost of electricity in Massachusetts."

Rhode Island rates increased by 12 percent in January, and now customers all over the region are trying to find ways to save money.

Old Grist Mill rebuilds after fire, to re-open soon

The landmark restaurant burned to the ground in 2012. The landmark restaurant burned to the ground in 2012.


SEEKONK, Mass. -

Construction is nearly complete at the Old Grist Mill in Seekonk.

An overturned truck hit a gas main in June 2012. That accident ignited the 260-year-old structure, burning it to the ground.

"It was like a death. It was horrible. I was in tears when I heard it on the news. I couldn't believe it," said Old Grist Mill worker Kevin Collins.

Now two years and $3.5 million later, the community staple is making a comeback.

"I think when it actually opens the relief will be unbelievable, it's been quite a journey," said restaurant owner Greg Esmay.

The journey is reflected in every detail. Esmay is proud of the history at the establishment, and that includes the fire. He's keeping the cracks in the Tiffany lamps, and the charred corners of signs that withstood the flames that day.

"We like the history of the Grist Mill. We believe it should be honored and not just made into some new fancy thing," he said.

Esmay said the community support is unparalleled, but money has been tight all along.

"It's substantial. It's a lot of money," he said.



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FALL RIVER, Mass. (AP) - A judge is expected to hear arguments tomorrow in Fall River Superior Court on a motion by lawyers for former New England Patriots player Aaron Hernandez to suppress evidence in his murder trial. Hernandez is awaiting trial in the 2013 killing of semi-professional football player Odin Lloyd. Hernandez is also charged in a 2012 double homicide in Boston.



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Not by speeches and votes of the majority, are the great questions of the time decided, but by iron and blood.
Otto von Bismark, 1862

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September 30 Birthdays

Trevor Moran turns 16
Madison Ziegler turns 12
T-Pain turns 29
Fran Drescher turns 57
Zach Dorsey turns 18
Olivier Giroud turns 28
Monica Bellucci turns 50
Lacey Chabert turns 32
Barry Williams turns 60
Ezra Miller turns 22
Candice Michelle turns 36
Johnny Mathis turns 79
Jordan Taylor turns 25
Kieran Culkin turns 32
Angie Dickinson turns 83
Marion Cotillard turns 39
Aliya Mustafina turns 20
Jenna Elfman turns 43
Ola Jordan turns 32
Buddy Rich (1917 - 1987)
Marilyn McCoo turns 71

September 30 History

1990 - The Canadian Tribute to Human Rights is unveiled in Canada's capital city by the Dalai Lama

1975 - The Hughes AH-64 Apache makes it's first flight

1962 - Labor leader Cesar Chavez founds the National Farm Workers Association, which later became the United Farm Workers (UFW)

1949 - The Berlin airlift comes to an end

1935 - Johnny Mathis born

 This Day in Business
1988 - IBM ships its 3 millionth PS/2 personal computer.

 This Day in Entertainment
1955 - American icon James Dean, star of "Rebel Without A Cause," in car collision

 This Day in Geography
1809 - Treaty of Fort Wayne: Gen. Harrison deal for 3 million acres of Indiana Territory

 This Day in Sports
2000 - The US Olympic Men's Basketball team wins its 12th Gold medal with a victory over France.

September 30th Holiday
Blasphemy Day - Founded by the Center for Inquiry, the day promotes and encourages people to openly voice their criticism of religion.


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: a collapse (as of a society or regime) marked by catastrophic violence and disorder; broadly : downfall


There were those who worried that the latest civil war and attempted regime change would end in Götterdämmerung for the small country.

"One wishes, of course, for some sort of Götterdämmerung … in which the former victims rise up to give the monsters a taste of their terrible medicine. That's what the movies are for." — James Taub, Stars and Stripes, August 23, 2014


Norse mythology specified that the destruction of the world would be preceded by a cataclysmic final battle between the good and evil gods, resulting in the heroic deaths of all the "good guys." The German word for this earth-shattering last battle was Götterdämmerung. Literally, Götterdämmerung means "twilight of the gods." (Götter is the plural of Gott, meaning "god," and Dämmerung means "twilight.") Figuratively, the term is extended to situations of world-altering destruction marked by extreme chaos and violence. In the 19th century, the German composer Richard Wagner brought attention to the word Götterdämmerung when he chose it as the title of the last opera of his cycle Der Ring des Nibelungen, and by the early 20th century, the word had entered English.


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