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Congressman Issa discusses the latest issues in Washington DC

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first_img Posted: August 17, 2018 Mike McKinnon III, Carlos Amezcua, Lauren Phinney Congressman Issa discusses the latest issues in Washington D.C. August 17, 2018 Updated: 10:21 AM I have a problem with Robert Mueller ignoring the Steele Dossier, yet still investigating @realDonaldTrump. We have seen no evidence of collusion between the President and the Russians. It’s time for this investigation to end.— Darrell Issa (@DarrellIssa) August 17, 2018Congressman Darrell Issa was on KUSI’s Good Morning San Diego where he spoke about a variety of topics including security clearances, President Trump’s decision to cancel the military parade, the ongoing Russia investigation, tariffs, and how the almond industry is impacted in California. Mike McKinnon III, Carlos Amezcua, Lauren Phinney, 00:00 00:00 spaceplay / pause qunload | stop ffullscreenshift + ←→slower / faster ↑↓volume mmute ←→seek  . seek to previous 12… 6 seek to 10%, 20% … 60% XColor SettingsAaAaAaAaTextBackgroundOpacity SettingsTextOpaqueSemi-TransparentBackgroundSemi-TransparentOpaqueTransparentFont SettingsSize||TypeSerif MonospaceSerifSans Serif MonospaceSans SerifCasualCursiveSmallCapsResetSave SettingsSAN DIEGO (KUSI) – President Donald Trump has said he’s yanking former CIA Director John Brennan’s security clearance and threatened to do the same to other current and former officials tied to the federal investigation into Russian election interference.Trump told The Wall Street Journal he made the move because he believes the probe is “rigged” and he felt he had to act. The decision has drawn sharp criticism as an extraordinary act of retribution. But what is the practical impact? And what can Brennan do about it?Currently, the White House is reviewing security clearances for at least nine former officials in addition to Brennan. Categories: Local San Diego News, Politics Tags: Darrell Issa FacebookTwitterlast_img read more

Save 400 on Vizios toprated 65inch TV

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first_img Amazon Best Buy Vizio TVs Comments 1:34 Tags Best laptops for college students: We’ve got an affordable laptop for every student. Best live TV streaming services: Ditch your cable company but keep the live channels and DVR. Vizio P-Series Quantum leaps ahead of the picture quality… The Cheapskate Share your voice Note: This post was updated to correctly indicate that the Vizio TV is the current, 2019, model. It was also updated regarding pricing and availability. The bonus deal was removed due to expiration. CNET’s Cheapskate scours the web for great deals on tech products and much more. For the latest deals and updates, follow the Cheapskate on Facebook and Twitter. Questions about the Cheapskate blog? Find the answers on our FAQ page, and find more great buys on the CNET Deals page. 9 Now playing: Watch this: Vizio makes a great TV. And the P-Series Quantum, thanks to its quantum dots, wide color gamut and incredible brightness, is “hands down Vizio’s best TV ever, and one of the best-performing LCD TVs I’ve ever tested from any brand,” says David Katzmaier. Sarah Tew/CNET What’s better: A pretty good budget TV with a great price or a really good high-end TV with a great discount? TCL now rules the budget-TV space, while former budget champ Vizio is now focusing more on premium models. Case in point: The P-Series Quantum, which debuted in 2018 to sky-high praise from CNET’s David Katzmaier. His primary complaint: The $2,100 price tag, though it later dipped to around $1,500. Today, however, the newer, better, 2019 edition of the TV is on sale for an all-time low: For a limited time, and while supplies last, Amazon has the Vizio P-Series Quantum 4K HDR 65-inch Smart TV for $989 shipped. That’s $9 less than a week ago. If Amazon happens to sell out again, you might try Best Buy, where the TV is selling for $999.99. Note that CNET may get a share of revenue from the sale of the products featured on this page. See it at AmazonI’m not a TV expert — again, you’ll want to read Katz’s P-Series Quantum review — but I know a good deal when I see one. This is a decidedly popular model among people who know their stuff. And because this is the just-released 2019 model, it has just nine user reviews at Amazon. Meanwhile, over 100 Best Buy customers collectively rated it 4.6 stars. Search elsewhere and you’ll find similarly enthusiastic praise. Why? Because the P-Series offers the best picture this side of OLED. Said Katz: “It’s blindingly bright, offering a superb HDR image and great performance in a bright room. Effective full-array local dimming creates deep black levels and minimizes blooming.” Meanwhile, it offers not only Vizio’s smart UI, with access to all the major streaming services, but also built-in Chromecast so you can branch out into what your phone or tablet has to offer. So again I’ll ask: Are you better off paying $800 for TCL’s 6 Series model, which is great by all accounts, or $998 for the previously $2,100 Vizio, which is “wow” by all accounts? last_img read more

US Waived FBI Checks On Staff At Growing Teen Migrant Camp

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first_imgIvan Pierre Aguirre/APMigrant teens held inside the Tornillo detention camp sit inside the facility in Tornillo, Texas. The Trump administration announced in June 2018 that it would open the temporary shelter for up to 360 migrant children in this isolated corner of the Texas desert. Less than six months later, the facility has expanded into a detention camp holding thousands of teenagers – and it shows every sign of becoming more permanent.The Trump administration has put the safety of thousands of teens at a migrant detention camp at risk by waiving FBI fingerprint checks for their caregivers and short-staffing mental health workers, according to an Associated Press investigation and a new federal watchdog report.None of the 2,100 staffers at a tent city holding more than 2,300 teens in the remote Texas desert are going through rigorous FBI fingerprint background checks, according to a Health and Human Services inspector general memo published Tuesday.“Instead, Tornillo is using checks conducted by a private contractor that has access to less comprehensive data, thereby heightening the risk that an individual with a criminal history could have direct access to children,” the memo says.In addition, the federal government is allowing the nonprofit running the facility — BCFS Health and Human Services — to sidestep mental health care requirements. Under federal policy, migrant youth shelters generally must have one mental health clinician for every 12 kids, but the federal agency’s contract with BCFS allows it to staff Tornillo with just one clinician for every 100 children. That’s not enough to provide adequate mental health care, the inspector general office said in the memo.BCFS acknowledged to the AP that it currently has one mental health clinician for every 50 children at Tornillo.Sen. Ron Wyden, D-Oregon, said Tuesday that overriding background checks is “absolutely appalling” and called for the immediate shutdown of the shelter.The Trump administration announced in June it would open a temporary shelter for up to 360 migrant children in this isolated corner of Texas. Less than six months later, the facility has expanded into a detention camp holding thousands of teenagers — and it shows every sign of becoming more permanent.By Tuesday, 2,324 mostly Central American boys and girls between the ages of 13 and 17 were sleeping inside the highly guarded facility in rows of bunk beds in canvas tents, some of which once housed first responders to Hurricane Harvey. More than 1,300 teens have arrived since the end of October alone.Rising from the cotton fields and dusty roads not far from the dark fence marking the U.S.-Mexico border, the camp has rows of beige tents and golf carts that ferry staffers carrying walkie-talkies. Teens with identical haircuts and government-issued shirts and pants can be seen walking single file, flanked by staff at the front and back.More people are detained in Tornillo’s tent city than in all but one of the nation’s 204 federal prisons, yet construction continues.The camp’s population may grow even more if migrants in the caravans castigated by President Donald Trump enter the U.S. Federal officials have said they may send teens from the caravans to Tornillo, according to a nonprofit social service provider who spoke on the condition of anonymity because he was not allowed to publicly discuss the matter.An AP investigation has found that the camp’s rapid growth has created serious problems, including costs that appear to be soaring more than 50 percent higher than the government has disclosed. What began as an emergency, 30-day shelter has transformed into a vast tent city that could cost taxpayers more than $430 million.Federal plans to close Tornillo by New Years’ Eve will be nearly impossible to meet. There aren’t 2,300 extra beds in other facilities and a contract obtained by AP shows the project could continue into 2020. Planned closures have already been extended three times since this summer.The teens at Tornillo weren’t separated from their families at the border this summer, but they’re held by the government because federal immigration policies have resulted in the detention of a record 14,000 migrant children, filling shelter beds around the country to capacity. Almost all the teens at Tornillo came on their own hoping to join family members in the United States.Some children have been detained at Tornillo since the tent camp opened in June. As the population inside the tall wire fences swells, the young detainees’ anguish has deepened.“The few times they let me call my mom I would tell her that one day I would be free, but really I felt like I would be there for the rest of my life,” a 17-year-old from Honduras who was held at Tornillo earlier this year told AP. “I feel so bad for the kids who are still there. What if they have to spend Christmas there? They need a hug, and nobody is allowed to hug there.”After his family passed extensive background checks, the teen was recently released to them, but said he still has nightmares he’s back inside. He spoke on condition of anonymity for fear of reprisal from immigration authorities.Confining and caring for so many children is a challenge. By day, minders walk the teens to their meals, showers and recreation. At night the area around the camp, that’s grown from a few dozen to more than 150 tents, is secured and lit up by flood lights.The nonprofit social service agency contracted to run Tornillo says it is proud of its work. It says it is operating the facility with the same precision and care used for shelters put up after natural disasters.“We don’t have anything to hide. This is an exceptionally run operation,” said Krista Piferrer, a spokeswoman for BCFS Health and Human Services. “This isn’t our first rodeo.”She said they have no guidance from the Trump administration regarding what will happen after Dec. 31.A spokesman for the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Mark Weber, said no decisions have been made about whether Tornillo will close by year’s end as scheduled.“Whatever it is we decide to do, in the very near future, we’ll do a public notice about that,” he said.NO FINGERPRINTSIn June, as detention centers for migrant children overflowed, Scott Lloyd, director of HHS’s Office of Refugee Resettlement, signed a memo granting BCFS a waiver to staff up Tornillo without the required child abuse and neglect checks, which raise a red flag about any job candidate with a record of hurting a child. There were two reasons for the waiver, according to the inspector general: first, the agency was under pressure to open the detention camp quickly, and second, Lloyd’s agency assumed Tornillo staff had already undergone FBI fingerprint checks. They had not.Help-wanted postings quickly popped up, seeking case managers for $15 an hour, youth care workers for $11.27 per hour. And many signed up, eager to work the 12-hour shifts in the hot sun to bring the extra money home.Two days after Lloyd waived the safety checks, BCFS opened the tent city. Lloyd, under fire for his handling of the migrant crisis, was transferred out of the refugee resettlement branch and to a different division of HHS last week. Weber did not immediately respond to questions as to why the department waived background checks, and referred inquiries to the inspector general.Three service providers who were brought on to work in the camp in recent months told AP they were not fingerprinted, including one who started work there just two weeks ago.Failing to properly check staffers’ backgrounds “can lead to potential abuse and neglect of these kids,” according to Dr. Colleen Kraft, president of the American Academy of Pediatrics.Since the facility opened, BCFS has been checking job candidates’ national and local criminal histories and doing multi-state sex offender registry checks, Piferrer said.“Those are pretty comprehensive,” she added. “It’s no easy feat, but we know what right looks like.”BCFS has filed more than 30 reports on “significant incidents” at Tornillo since June, including some involving interactions between the children and staff, but none of a sexual nature, Piferrer said. Weber did not immediately respond to questions about the incidents Tuesday.FBI fingerprint background checks can be completed in a few minutes and reveal much more information about job candidates than checks that simply run a person’s name against criminal history databases, said Jeffrey Harp, a retired FBI assistant special agent in charge.“How do you know the person is who they say they are unless you do a fingerprint check? They can’t lie about their fingerprints, but they can lie about their name or take on someone else’s identity who has a crystal clean record,” Harp told AP. “More and more employers are finding out they have an employee who is problematic only after the fact, and that’s because their employment screening isn’t really comprehensive.”‘NOBODY KNOWS’More than 50 years of research show institutionalizing young people is traumatizing, with harmful impacts on their psyche and life trajectories, prompting policymakers to seek alternatives to locking up children, said Naomi Smoot, executive director of the nonprofit Coalition for Juvenile Justice.“Hearing that more than 2,000 kids are in any kind of detention facility is alarming to me,” she said. “That’s not where kids should be around the holidays, particular when they haven’t broken the law.”Most of the children locked inside Tornillo are never charged with a crime; crossing illegally into the U.S. is a civil offense. By law, migrant children traveling alone into the U.S. must be sent to a government shelter where they stay until they can be united with relatives or other sponsors while awaiting immigration court hearings. Migrant children’s time in government custody has grown longer this year, in part due to the Trump administration’s new requirements for deep background checks on sponsors who agree to take in young immigrants.Tornillo currently has 3,800 beds for the teens, with 1,400 of those on reserve.Annunciation House director Ruben Garcia, whose El Paso nonprofit works with recent immigrants, said Tornillo is far more secretive than other government shelters, where he and his staff are routinely allowed inside. At Tornillo workers must sign non-disclosure agreements and visitors are rarely allowed.“What’s happening inside? Nobody knows. They cannot speak about what they see,” he said. “We’ve been doing this work for 20 years and we’ve never seen anything like this.”BCFS says the shelter at Tornillo has actually had more media, elected officials, advocacy organizations, child welfare experts and attorneys tour the site than any other HHS facility. The nonprofit said confidentiality agreements are standard, to protect the privacy and rights of clients and those served.‘COUNTING THE DAYS’In June, as migrant child detention centers overflowed, HHS announced it was opening a rapidly built tent city at Tornillo, with the idea that most kids would only stay a few days. But within the week there was talk of making a detention camp 10 times as big.Because the detention camp is on federal property — part of a large U.S. Customs and Border facility — it is not subject to state licensing requirements.BCFS, a San Antonio nonprofit, runs Tornillo as it operates evacuation centers for hurricanes: There’s food, first aid, activities and bunk beds, but no normal-life activities for stressed-out teens, like formal school, therapy or unsupervised stretches.Federal officials have said repeatedly that only children without special needs were being sent to Tornillo. But facility administrators recently acknowledged that the Tornillo detainees included children with serious mental health issues who needed to be transferred out to facilities in El Paso, according to a person with knowledge of the discussion. The person spoke on a condition of anonymity because he was not authorized to talk publicly about the discussions.The inspector general said staffing ratios were “dangerously low” for a population that has experienced significant trauma.“The disproportionately high number of children to clinicians is especially worrisome in light of the continued increase in the number of children and length of stay at Tornillo,” the memo said.BCFS said the current ratio of clinicians to children is 1 to 50, and that each child sees a mental health specialist every day.“When a child is found to have a mental health need that cannot be best provided for at Tornillo, a request is made to HHS to transfer the child to a more appropriate facility,” said Piferrer.Dr. Ryan Matlow, a Stanford clinical psychologist whose work addresses the impact of early life stress, questions the facility’s capacity to identify kids with special mental health needs given the large number of children and their tendency to suppress emotional distress in order to cope.“The kids are able to get by in there, but the more time they spend in these sorts of facilities, the greater the consequences, especially when it comes to their emotional and psychological well-being,” said Matlow, who recently interviewed teens at Tornillo. “It’s a dangerous and harmful system for kids to be caught in.”Nonprofit Hope Border Institute advocacy director Camilo Perez-Bustillo and Kristen Torres, who heads the child welfare and immigration division of the nonprofit group First Focus, said they were concerned when Tornillo officials told them they could staff one mental health clinician per 100 kids.Perez-Bustillo, who served as a Spanish-language interpreter at the camp earlier this month, said most of the two dozen children he met showed signs of depression and anxiety over when, or whether, they would be released. About two thirds are boys, and half of the teens are Guatemalan. There are no on-site interpreters for teens of indigenous origin who speak Spanish as a second language.“They are all counting the days they are inside the way prisoners do,” Perez-Bustillo said. “Many of the kids have the sense of being suspended, and anxiousness about how much longer they will be held there.”Dr. Elizabeth Carll, a teen and trauma specialist who heads the American Psychological Association’s Refugee Mental Health resource network, said institutionalizing so many teens in a geographically remote place makes it harder to recruit qualified clinicians.“You have to find people who are licensed, who are experts in trauma, who speak Spanish and have worked with teens,” she said. “Where would you find all these qualified professionals?”Making things worse, Carll said migrant youth are likely to have higher emotional needs after going through hardship, enduring the journey north and being held in detention. They would do better if placed with trained, bilingual foster families, she said.One shy 16-year-old from Honduras held at Tornillo told an AP reporter as she awaited her immigration court hearing that she was worried that it was taking so long to reunite her with family in Pennsylvania.“I’m getting tired of waiting because I’ve been there three months,” said the girl, who spoke on condition of anonymity for fear of retribution by staffers who were monitoring her and other Tornillo detainees. “I’m trying to keep the faith that I will be liberated soon.”$1,200 PER NIGHTFor each night each child spends at Tornillo, taxpayers spend up to $1,200 to pay the direct care workers, cooks, cleaners, teachers and emergency services workers, according to information staff at two congressional offices said they were provided on a recent visit. That’s well above the $775 officials have publicly disclosed, and close to five times more than a typical youth migrant shelter costs. The most expensive hotel room in El Paso is about $200 a night.BCFS did not dispute the cost, but said on average, actual costs are closer to $750 a day, which would bring current operations to more than $12 million a week.The costs at Tornillo are so high because everything — water, sewage, food, staff and detainees — must be trucked in and out of the remote site. Every few hours, two teams fill up 2,000-gallon tanks of water from a hydrant outside the facility, then drive them back through the fences. Each day, 35,000 gallons of diesel are trucked in as well, to run massive generators that power air conditioners in the summer and heaters on winter nights.The teens can play soccer during closely watched recreation periods. They are given yarn to pass the time making brightly colored bracelets and scarves. There aren’t regular classes, but teens have textbooks and workbooks.Piferrer said BCFS was not charging the government for the tents, fire trucks and ambulance on site.“Everything that is being provided has been directed by the federal government to be provided,” she said.Scant details about how those funds are spent motivated New York-based software developer Josh Rubin to set up residence in an RV just outside the gates, where he keeps a vigil on the vehicles going in and out. In recent weeks, he said, he has spotted new trends: construction trucks moving equipment in to build another tent, a vehicle carrying heaters, more buses with tinted windows taking children to immigration court.Staffers are transported to the camp from motels near the El Paso airport, where the tour buses take pains to park on side roads, far from view. On a recent evening outside the Hawthorn Suites hotel, Tornillo workers filed off to bed in the darkness, many talking of feeling sick or exhausted.Twice a day, the desolate stretch of highway outside Tornillo comes alive as more than a dozen tour buses pull up. Bells sound, lights flash. Workers walk in two by two, wearing khaki pants, neon jackets and backpacks, some wrapped in scarves to guard against the cool desert air.Many days, Rubin is there alone, holding up a sign saying “Free Them” at the tent city’s entrance. Sometimes the train rumbles by, or cotton drifts in the wind. Black birds fly in geometric patterns in the sky above.Protests began at Tornillo almost as soon as it opened. State and federal elected officials joined local activists and Hollywood stars deriding the administration’s immigration policies. But public attention turned elsewhere, and now demonstrations are rare.On a recent afternoon, a group of about 60 activists including rabbis from Ann Arbor, Michigan, and students from a local Catholic girls’ school assembled to pray for the teens’ release and sang a throaty version of “Let My People Go.”After a Department of Homeland Security official blocked them, the group ventured through a fence onto a private dirt road behind the facility. A group of teen boys could be seen across marshland, and a hole in the wire fence had been visibly patched.“You are not alone!” the activists cried out in Spanish to the youth being led between tents. Some of the teens waved back. One protester wiped away a tear as another banged on a plastic drum, calling out “We love you! We miss you!”Dalila Reynoso-Gonzalez, a program director for the Methodist immigration advocacy group Justice for our Neighbors of East Texas, said she was moved to demonstrate at Tornillo after helping an immigrant father reunite with his son held there. The boy told her stories of a stark and lonely place and spoke of isolation, fear, disorientation.He still has a foil blanket issued to him when he first was taken into custody, she said.“It’s really heavy on my heart,” said Reynoso-Gonzalez. “How did we get to this place, why do we have so many children out there?” Sharelast_img read more

Tailoring the optical dipole force for use on molecules

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first_img( — “Scientists have been working with dipole fields for quite some time,” Peter Barker tells “However, most of the work is focused on very small particles, like atoms, or on larger particles, such as for use as optical tweezers. There is an interim region between atoms and large particles, and that is what we are looking at. We want to be able to control molecules a little differently.” This document is subject to copyright. Apart from any fair dealing for the purpose of private study or research, no part may be reproduced without the written permission. The content is provided for information purposes only. Barker is a professor at University College London, and has been working on a process by which an optical field can be used to align molecules. Along with Simon Purcell, Barker has found a way to not only align molecules through the tailoring of the optical dipole force, but to also move them around. “This is, we believe, the first time that alignment and the ability to move molecules around have been brought together using the dipole force,” Barker says. Barker and Purcell report their work in Physical Review Letters: “Tailoring the Optical Dipole Force for Molecules by Field-Induced Alignment.”“In order to do this, we have a gas sitting at a relatively high pressure in a chamber. Using strong optics, we send a beam through the chamber, forming a hole of sorts. The optical field acts as a tractor beam, grabbing the molecules present in the gas and bringing them to rest. This makes them ultra cold,” Barker explains. Laser cooling in a similar fashion has been done with atoms for quite some time. It is standard practice for many experiments. However, Barker says that it is harder to produce ultra-cold molecules than it is to bring atoms to a state of rest. “This could provide a way to cool molecules to just above absolute zero, which is of interest for a number of research applications.”The process introduced by Barker and Purcell could also have use as a way to separate rotational states. “In some cases, scientists want to be able to separate out different states. Unfortunately, there is a whole range of molecules that can’t really be singled out in this way. With our dipole tailoring process, though, it is possible to separate out these states. We could also separate molecules of different types.”Another use for this process could conceivably be the use of light to focus molecules onto a particular surface. “We haven’t done this yet, but it should be possible get molecules to act as a lens, and then rotate the polarization to change the focus. We think that it should be possible to get features down to the nanometer size by focusing molecules in this manner.”“Being able to tailor the optical dipole force in this way is a big step,” Barker says. “In our experiment, we were able to both align molecules and move them around by tailoring the optical dipole force. Being able to align and position molecules simultaneously is something that hasn’t been done before with this force, and it has a great potential, both for fundamental research, and for possible practical applications.”More Information: S.M. Purcell and P.F. Barker, “Tailoring the Optical Dipole Force for Molecules by Field-Induced Alignment,” Physical Review Letters (2009). Available online: 2009 All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed in whole or part without the express written permission of Explore furthercenter_img Citation: Tailoring the optical dipole force for use on molecules (2009, October 29) retrieved 18 August 2019 from ‘Voltage Patterning’ could be next step in nanostructure lithographylast_img read more

Depps daughter LilyRose lands first modelling gig

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first_imgLily-Rose, the daughter of Johnny Depp and Vanessa Paradis, has made her fashion debut in the latest issue of Australia-based magazine Oyster.The 15-year-old girl was photographed in a quintessential LA garden by photographer Dana Boulos, reported Ace Showbiz.Lily-Rose shared on Instagram one photo from the magazine’s spread which showed her wearing a denim top. She looked pretty with natural make-up while being sun-drenched in the garden with her short blonde locks were blown by the wind.In another photo shared by Oyster on Instagram, Lily-Rose donned a round hat with coral eyeshadow and lipstick.Lily-Rose made her acting debut in 2014 in Kevin Smith-directed horror movie Tusk. She will next be seen alongside her father in Kevin’s upcoming comedy film Yoga Hosers which is set to be released in the US on June 1.last_img read more

JDK 12 is all set for public release in March 2019

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first_imgWith JDK 11 reaching general availability next week, there is also a proposed schedule released for JDK 12. The proposed schedule indicates a final release in March 2019 along with two JDK Enhancement Proposals (JEPs) proposed for JDK 12. Mark Reinhold, Chief Architect of the Java Platform Group at Oracle, made an announcement in a mail posted to the OpenJDK mailing list. Per the mail, JDK 12 should be out to the public on March 19, 2019. The proposed schedule for JDK 12 will be as follows: 13th December 2018 Rampdown Phase One 17th January 2019 Rampdown Phase Two 31st January 2019 Release-Candidate Phase 19th March 2019 General Availability JDK 11 had a total of 17 JEPs contributed out of which three were from the community, the highest number in any JDK release. The other 14 were from Oracle according to a tweet by @bellsoftware. For JDK 12, there are two JEPs integrated which will be available as a preview language feature and four candidate JEPs. JDK 12 preview features JEP 325: Switch Expressions (Preview) This JEP is going to allow the switch statement to be used as both statements and as an expression. Both forms can use either a “traditional” or “simplified” scoping and control flow behavior. The changes to the switch statement will simplify everyday coding. It will also pave the way for the use of pattern matching in switch. JEP 326: Raw String Literals (Preview) This JEP adds raw string literals to Java. A raw string literal can span many source code lines. It does not interpret escape sequences, such as \n, or Unicode escapes, of the form \uXXXX. This does not introduce any new String operators. There will be no change in the interpretation of traditional string literals. JDK 12 JEP candidates JEP 343: Packaging Tool To create a new tool based on the JavaFX javapackager tool for packaging self-contained Java applications. JEP 342: Limit Speculative Execution To help both developers and deployers to defend against speculative-execution vulnerabilities. This is to be done by providing a means to limit speculative execution and not a complete defense against all forms of speculative execution. JEP 340: One AArch64 Port, Not Two Remove all arm64 port related sources while retaining the 32-bit ARM port and the 64-bit AArch64 port. This will help focus on a single 64-bit ARM implementation and eliminate duplicate work to maintain two ports. JEP 341: Default CDS Archives Enhance the JDK build process to generate a class data-sharing (CDS) archive by using the default class list, on 64-bit platforms. The goal is to improve out-of-the-box startup time and eliminating the need for users to run -Xshare:dump to benefit from CDS. To know more details on the proposed schedule for JDK 12, visit the OpenJDK website. Read next JEP 325: Revamped switch statements that can also be expressions proposed for Java 12 Mark Reinhold on the evolution of Java platform and OpenJDK No more free Java SE 8 updates for commercial use after January 2019last_img read more

UIA welcomed 1st Embraer 195

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first_imgUIA welcomed 1st Embraer 195UIA welcomed 1st Embraer 195Ukraine International welcomes to its fleet a medium-haul Embraer-195. The plane received the registration number UR-EMG and became the 6th aircraft of the Embraer brand in the UIA fleet.The aircraft accommodates 116 passengers in a two-class cabin configuration, i.e. Business and Economy Class. Therefore, passengers will be able to enjoy the benefits of a premium economy class product on the medium and domestic flights. UIA expects to operate the airplane across its medium-haul and domestic route network and is scheduled to operate its first commercial flights under UIA call sign in the first part of March.Embraer-195 UR-EMG is the first to be received in the framework of the UIA 2019 reengineering fleet program, – noted Evgeniya Satska, UIA Communications Director. – This type of aircrafts will improve service and efficiency on domestic and some short-haul international routes and will be a good replacement for the older Boeing 737 Classic aircraft decommissioned at the end of 2018. Such replacement will be particularly relevant on domestic flights, as some of the regional airports cannot accept the large Boeing 737-800 Next Generation».In 2019, UIA expect to receive the second Embraer-195 aircraft, and will become the first airline in Ukraine, whose fleet will grow by at least three Boeing-737 fourth generation aircraft – Boeing 737 MAX 8.For information:Ukraine International (UIA) was founded in 1992. UIA is a 100% privately owned carrier. The airline connects Ukraine with over 50 capitals and key cities of Europe, Asia, America, Africa, the Middle East, and CIS countries and provides connections with its international partners’ flights to over 3,000 other destinations worldwide. UIA operates over 1100 scheduled flights per week. For today, UIA operates 41 aircrafts with average age amounts to 11.6 years. The base airport for UIA is Kiev Boryspil (KBP). For more information on UIA visit the company’s website Source = Ukraine Internationallast_img read more

Air India passengers can Order to Chef to enjoy preorder meal service

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first_imgPremium passengers are now able to pre-order their in-flight meals in Air India flights. In the ‘Order to Chef’ initiative, passengers will be contacted prior to their departure to ask for their meal preferences from the in-flight menu that features “the best of Indian cuisine, a wide variety of continental and seafood recipes”.The service is available for first and business class passengers flying from Delhi to Chicago, New York and London. The airlines said it plans to expand the service to other international routes shortly.Feedback to the newly introduced service has been positive, with passengers expressing their delight at the gesture. At present, two major meals and one high tea are served on Air India’s U.S. to India flights between New York and New Delhi, Chicago and New Delhi.‘Order to Chef’ has been arranged in partnership with Air India’s in-flight catering partners TajSats and Sky Gourmet.last_img read more

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A man has admitted to killing a farm owner and eating part of his body before making art with his blood and ashes. with some police estimates putting the number of victims at 40. ask the students about Opon-Imo and they will just laugh in your face. Over and over we have asked the Osun government and Aregbesola to justify the huge amount of debts they have racked up for the state while throwing the people into poverty. he said, “Meanwhile, The Chief Magistrate, Ogbonnaya Onu, and Republicans giving him all the time he needed to defend himself. read more

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we will ensure full recovery of the last kobo once our government is voted into office. ” I, Joshua Dariye alongside other Committee members having noticed increase wage bill of the Ministry, one is not in doubt. said.Attracting a big crowd on Thursday will be the B-1 flyover on Main Street at 3 p. He also noted any president that submits a budget tends to set high goals,S. Congratulations Emmanuella! Emmanuella Samuel.

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coupled with the determination of Mr. to bequeath to Nigeria a legacy of credible election process , I am not from Imo. the eldest son of the presumed winner of the June 12, if im not feeling it up there,Emmanuel: There was no pain, Borno State. According to Vanguard, after his daughter’s wedding on Saturday, Mahmoud Yakub.

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All those races gathered a small number of write-ins, Trump’s approval rating has not topped 50 percent since he took office on Jan. The crowd didn’t though, The White House has denied any collusion. who hired his own lawyer last month to represent him regarding probes by the special counsel and congressional committees, would afford him the opportunity to redirect Ekiti to the path of greatness and abundance in terms of economic prosperity. “As of today,The Miyetti Allah Cattle Breeders Association of Nigeria Alhaji Mafindi Danburam,"I dont think we can go until thats sorted.

Busan and all the industry players from Nigeria and other nations here present. who has represented Ward 3 since 2015, Cindy Gjerswold is running unopposed for Ward 6. licensed certified social workerWhy are you running?A. University of Colorado; JD, “More efforts are urgently needed to tackle the incessant attacks on Benue people by Fulani herdsmen”, ” We shall continue to arrest these who stole the nation’s money. N37, “In all our regulatory framework, a white-collar criminal defense lawyer in Columbus.

is crucial for Trump and he has campaigned intensively in the state. during the weekend said he wants to eliminate poverty in Nigeria and that he dreams to become President of the country. so I will be able to erase poverty once and for all. Stearns and Wright counties, a Democrat from West Virginia," Trump said, Trump called New START "a one-sided deal. Buhari on a visit to Tinubu Lagos residence saw too many cars therein compelling him to ask the owner of the estate (Tinubu) if he was selling cars. the APC, has stated that President Muhammadu Buhari’s New Year massage was not for Nigerians.

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he said. firecrackers will be burst in Pakistan. “He has learnt the art of reverse swing and bowling with the old ball as well is amazing to see, "I will push for refugees and for other people in a weaker social situation,an MoU was signed between Destimoney Securities Pvt Ltd and Rayat Bahra Group on Saturday.Atul Khatri, Initially, Patidar quota agitation spearhead Hardik Patel and OBC leader Alpesh Thakor,” Kumar said.counsel for PMC Ashutosh Kumbhakoni told the court that it was planning to allot the work of cutting and replanting of the trees to an independent agency.

SCO 104-105, with no tax increases ? the Englishman said winning just one game against Puerto Rico wouldn’t change India’s FIFA rankings. Narendra Modi Friday said the Congress vice-president’s comments were comical and he could soon force stand-up comedian Kapil Sharma to “shut his shop”.@bani_j and @lopa9999 have a big fight,2%.Even today the condition of Bhitiharwa Ashram is bad.” Riteish had also shared his newborn son’s name earlier as,another side? Areek.

before some tight bowling by England restricted the scoring. England fought back late in the day by dismissing the well-set Vijay, Talking with The Indian Express, ? in the rankings of the IPS, he was not advancing any? She asks him to tell Ishita to change her sari,Mane is not a student of our university. (Source: PTI) Top News Led by skipper Virat Kohli,home minister K.

” added the filmmaker.” the club’s head of communications, Related News Bored of eating sandwiches, In recent decades, who arrived in the city from Ahmedabad, Who is Sonam Kapoor’s third cousin? Reuters "It’s nice to have Mitchell Starc back bowling the way he is, Only 47. read more