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String fullTitle = "Welcome to /news/";
int postNumber = "6";
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String date = "11/27/15(Fri)10:38:22";
String comment = "/news/ is a text board for sharing and discussing current news articles. When starting a thread you must include the complete URL of a news article from a credible news site (for instance, a newspaper, news magazine, or a news TV channel). Blogs and editorial articles are not acceptable news sources. News articles must be recent! Nothing older than 48 hours please. Threads older than 48 hours will cease to bump when replied to. Please note that 4chan's global rules are in effect. Blatant trolling and racism is not permitted.
Please note that news, news articles, and current events can also be discussed on /pol/; however /news/ is exclusively for recent news articles, and not general discussions of politics, social phenomenon, or world events.";
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String fullTitle = "Officer acquitted in deadly shooting";
int postNumber = "372044";
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String date = "03/23/19(Sat)15:21:46";
String comment = ">Michael Rosfeld, 30, shot 17-year-old Antwon Rose three times as he tried to flee police last June - just 90 minutes after the officer had been sworn in for duty.
>He was charged with criminal homicide last year but the jury fully acquitted the officer on the fourth day of the trial. They took fewer than four hours to make their decision.
>Officers stopped Rose's car because it matched the description of one sought in connection with a nearby shooting, police said. Rose was a passenger in the vehicle at the time.
>When the driver was stopped and ordered out of the car, Rose and a second unidentified passenger ran away.
Rose was shot several times in the arm, face and abdomen from behind. He later died in hospital from his injuries.
>The officers were not wearing body cameras at the time, but a video filmed by a bystander went viral and led to days of protests in Pittsburgh.
>According to the criminal complaint, Mr Rosfeld first said he "saw something dark that he perceived as a gun," but witnesses said Rose had nothing in his hands.
>Mr Rosfeld later changed his story, according to the detectives' complaint, saying he did not see a gun.
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String fullTitle = "Teenager Arrested In Charlottesville After 4Chan Threat On School";
int postNumber = "371854";
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String date = "03/23/19(Sat)02:06:38";
String comment = ">A teenager has been arrested in connection to a threat made Wednesday, on 4chan, against the students of Charlottesville High School in Virginia.
>An unidentified 17-year-old male was arrested early Friday morning and charged with one count of felony threats and one count of misdemeanor harassment, according to a Charlottesville police press release. The arrest was made in relation to an anonymous 4chan post on Wednesday in which a user, claiming to be a student at the high school, said they were going to commit “ethnic cleansing” there the next day. The post, full of racial slurs, warned students not to show up to school on Thursday, and other users took that to mean a school shooting was about to happen.
>No students showed up because officials closed public schools citywide on Thursday and Friday as police investigated.
Charlottesville Police Chief RaShall Brackney gave a fiery statement after the arrest, going after President Donald Trump for his statements about “very fine people on both sides” after the deadly “Unite the Right” fascist rally held in the city in 2017.
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String fullTitle = "What happened to Shias "He will not devide us" Flag?";
int postNumber = "372000";
String image = "hwndu.jpg";
String date = "03/23/19(Sat)11:34:10";
String comment = "http://www.hewillnotdivide.us/
I just opened the site out of curiosity.
Someone please explain.";
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String fullTitle = "Censorship begins";
int postNumber = "370368";
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String date = "03/19/19(Tue)10:16:42";
String comment = "https://www.9news.com.au/2019/03/19
So now 4chan is censored in Australia. Is this great news (no more shitposting) also terrible and a turning point moving us closer to global internet censorship? I think so."
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String fullTitle = "Mueller Delivers Report on Russia Investigation to Attorney General";
int postNumber = "371503";
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String date = "03/22/19(Fri)17:13:02";
String comment = "https://www.nytimes.com/2019/03/22/
WASHINGTON — The special counsel, Robert S. Mueller III, has delivered a report on his inquiry into Russian interference in the 2016 election to Attorney General William P. Barr, according to the Justice Department, bringing to an apparent close an investigation that has consumed the nation and cast a shadow over President Trump for nearly two years.
Mr. Barr will decide how much of the report to share with Congress and, by extension, the American public. The House voted unanimously in March on a nonbinding resolution to make public the report’s findings, an indication of the deep support within both parties to air whatever evidence prosecutors uncovered.
Since Mr. Mueller’s appointment in May 2017, his team has focused on how Russian operatives sought to sway the outcome of the 2016 presidential race and whether anyone tied to the Trump campaign, wittingly or unwittingly, cooperated with them. While the inquiry, started months earlier by the F.B.I., unearthed a far-ranging Russian influence operation, no public evidence has emerged that the president or his aides illegally assisted it.
Nonetheless, the damage to Mr. Trump and those in his circle has been extensive. A half-dozen former Trump aides have been indicted or convicted of crimes, mostly for lying to federal investigators or Congress. Others remain under investigation in cases that Mr. Mueller’s office handed off to federal prosecutors in New York and elsewhere. Dozens of Russian intelligence officers or citizens, along with three Russian companies, were charged in cases that are likely to languish in court because the defendants cannot be extradited to the United States."
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String fullTitle = "Mueller concludes Russia-Trump probe with no new indictments";
int postNumber = "371977";
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String date = "03/23/19(Sat)10:45:19";
String comment = "Special counsel Robert Mueller closed his long and contentious Russia investigation with no new charges Friday, ending the probe that has cast a dark shadow over Donald Trump’s presidency but launching a fresh wave of political battles over the still-confidential findings.
The report’s details remained a mystery, accessible to only a handful of Justice Department officials while Attorney General William Barr prepared to release the “principal conclusions” soon. But the closure of the 22-month probe without additional indictments by Mueller was welcome news to some in Trump’s orbit who had feared a final round of charges could ensnare more Trump associates, including members of the president’s family.
The Justice Department said the report was delivered by a security officer Friday afternoon to the office of Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein, and then it went to Barr. Word of the delivery triggered reactions across Washington, including Democrats’ demands that it be quickly released to the public and Republicans’ contentions that it ended two years of wasted time and money.
The next step is up to Barr, who is charged with writing his own account of Mueller’s findings and sending it to Congress. In a letter to lawmakers , he declared he was committed to transparency and speed. He said he could provide details as soon as this weekend.
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String fullTitle = ""dangerous speech"";
int postNumber = "371761";
String image = "free-speech-zone.jpg";
String date = "03/22/19(Fri)21:30:53";
String comment = "WaPo's video hit piece on EIGHTchan about how its become "radicalized" and filled with "dangerous speech"
Imagine a major news organization, protected by the first amendment, feels entitled to accuse others of "dangerous speech" and calling for information outlets to be shut down. Is the Washington Post more dangerous to our freedom or is EIGHTchan?
change the EIGHT to 8 for link functionality"
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String fullTitle = "Black Lawmakers hold marijuana legalization hostage until they get paid off, politically";
int postNumber = "367638";
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String date = "03/13/19(Wed)10:42:20";
String comment = "https://www.nytimes.com/2019/03/11/
Black lawmakers and activists are blocking a push to legalize recreational marijuana in New York, warning that Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo’s proposal could perpetuate the racial inequality that it purports to fight.
The lawmakers — including some of legalization’s most vocal supporters — say that unless people of color are guaranteed a share of the potentially $3 billion industry, in the form of job training, adult education and licenses in the industry itself, there may be no legalization this year."
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String fullTitle = "SOUTHERN POVERTY LAW CENTER SEX SCANDAL?";
int postNumber = "371825";
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String date = "03/23/19(Sat)00:53:19";
String comment = ">All of the top 5 officers at the SPLC have resigned over the past week for unspecified reasons.
>What are these self-appointed crusaders for public morality hiding?
Southern Poverty Law Center President Richard Cohen stepped down Friday, creating a widening crack in the leadership of a nonprofit mired in recent controversy.
Cohen’s resignation comes a little more than a week after he fired the center’s co-founder and chief litigator, Morris Dees, for unspecified misconduct. In a March 14 statement, Cohen underscored the importance of “ensuring the conduct of our staff reflects the mission of the organization and the values we hope to instill in the world.”
“When one of our own fails to meet those standards, no matter his or her role in the organization, we take it seriously and must take appropriate action,” Cohen wrote. The statement did not offer specifics on the circumstances behind Dees’s termination, and the center declined to provide additional details.
Dees told the Associated Press his firing involved a “personnel issue,” but declined to offer more information.
“I think the Southern Poverty Law Center is a very fine group and I devoted nearly 50 years of my life to it and I’m proud of its work,” Dees told the AP. “About being fired, all I can say is it wasn’t my decision and I wish the center the best.”
In an email obtained by The Washington Post, Cohen announced his resignation to staff and wrote “Whatever problems exist at the SPLC happened on my watch, so I take responsibility for them.”
“And I hope that everyone will let the process play out before jumping to conclusions,” he continued. “We can’t be calling for a review and simultaneously casting blame before that review is complete.”"
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String fullTitle = "Really awkward proposal cringe moment";
int postNumber = "372067";
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String date = "03/23/19(Sat)16:31:23";
String comment = "Really awkward proposal cringe moment https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WhE
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String fullTitle = "Ocasio-Cortez's 'unfavorable' rating skyrockets, with most people viewing her negatively: poll";
int postNumber = "369435";
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String date = "03/16/19(Sat)12:17:20";
String comment = "U.S. Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez’s unfavorable rating has spiked after just months in Congress, with most of the public viewing her negatively rather than favorably, a new poll shows.
A Gallup poll released Friday shows that Ocasio-Cortez's unfavorable rating has risen by 15 points since last September, when she had yet to win the general election, increasing from 26 percent to 41 percent of the American adults polled.
She has also managed to increase her favorability rating, but only by 7 points. About 31 percent of surveyed people view her favorably, compared to 24 percent in September.
Since September, Ocasio-Cortez became more widely recognized across the country, with half of the respondents saying they have never heard of her before. Now only a fifth of surveyed people says they aren’t familiar with the self-described Democratic socialist.
The poll notes that Ocasio-Cortez’s name recognition is growing compared to that of other politicians at the same point in their careers in Congress. More surveyed people know the New York Democrat than they knew Sens. Elizabeth Warren, Marco Rubio or Ted Cruz as freshmen.
Nearly three-quarters of Republican respondents say they view her negatively, with only 5 percent having a positive view. Among the Democrats, 56 percent of respondents had a favorable view of Ocasio-Cortez, compared to only 15 percent of the Democrats polled who don’t support her.
She’s also favored by adults 18 to 34, people of color and women. Yet she’s facing a favorability deficit among men (-24), whites (-24), and adults 55 or older (-22).
Among self-described independents, she has a negative net rating of 5 percent .
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String fullTitle = "Trump isn't an Israeli pup-";
int postNumber = "371221";
String image = "negev.jpg";
String date = "03/21/19(Thu)17:42:11";
String comment = "https://www.nytimes.com/2019/03/21/
>President Trump said on Thursday that the United States should recognize Israel’s authority over the Golan Heights, one of the world’s most disputed territories, reversing decades-long American policy"
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String fullTitle = "Andrew Yang pledges to fight circumcision as part of his campaign";
int postNumber = "370393";
String image = "1552669337815.jpg";
String date = "03/19/19(Tue)11:52:17";
String comment = "He really is /ourguy/
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String fullTitle = "Woman Injects Fruit Juice Directly into Her Bloodstream, Suffers Multiple Organ Damage";
int postNumber = "371010";
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String date = "03/21/19(Thu)01:53:29";
String comment = "A Chinese woman obsessed with unconventional health treatments can consider herself lucky to be alive after she injected the juice of 20 types of fruit directly into her bloodstream.
The 51-year-old woman, surnamed Zeng, had apparently become obsessed with leading a healthy lifestyle to the point where she didn’t shy away from trying things most people wouldn’t even consider. On February 22, Zeng made juice from 20 different fruits, but instead of drinking it, she decided to injected into her vein, using a drip. It wasn’t long before she started experiencing worrying symptoms, like itchiness and rising body temperature, but she simply ignored them. Luckily, the woman’s husband noticed her discomfort and as soon as he learned about the bizarre fruit juice infusion, he took her to the hospital.
Upon hearing what Zeng had done to herself, doctors at the Guiyang county hospital in Chenzhou, Hunan province, immediately transferred her to the Affiliated Hospital of Xiangnan University, where she was admitted to intensive care. The 51-year-old was diagnosed with a severe infection, damage to her liver, kidneys and heart, and doctors feared that she might die of multiple organ failure and sepsis.
Doctors put Zeng on dialysis to clean her blood, injected her with clotting agents and gave her antibiotics. Fortunately, the treatment worked and after five days Zeng’s condition improved significantly.
“I had thought fresh fruits were very nutritious and it would not do me harm by injecting them into my body,” Zeng told reporters. “I had no idea that would get me into such trouble.”