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The Latest: El Paso mayor says Trump called him a 'RINO'

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The Latest: El Paso mayor says Trump called him a 'RINO' The mayor of El Paso says President Trump called him a derisive term for Republicans deemed insufficiently conservative during a visit to the grieving city last week. Mayor Dee Margo told PBS's "Frontline" in an interview published Wednesday that Trump called him a "RINO" in a private conversation after the president paid his respects to the victims of the shooting that killed 22 people and wounded dozens more. Margo says Trump made the comment after he corrected the president's "misinformation" about the border city's violent crime rate. Číst dále >>> Přeložit do en

The Latest: El Paso mayor says Trump called him a 'RINO'

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The Latest: El Paso mayor says Trump called him a 'RINO' The mayor of El Paso says President Trump called him a derisive term for Republicans deemed insufficiently conservative during a visit to the grieving city last week. Mayor Dee Margo told PBS's "Frontline" in an interview published Wednesday that Trump called him a "RINO" in a private conversation after the president paid his respects to the victims of the shooting that killed 22 people and wounded dozens more. Margo says Trump made the comment after he corrected the president's "misinformation" about the border city's violent crime rate. Číst dále >>> Přeložit do en

Report: Connection Between Mental Health & Mass Violence Is Overstated

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Watch Video Behavioral Health Medical Directors, Researchers, FBI agents, Judges, and Law Enforcement spent months examining the  connections  between mental health and mass shootings. In August 2019, they published their findings: these connections are much more complicated than simple cause and effect. The report considers a wide cross-section of mass violence, including 160 active shooter incidents over a decade from the FBI, U.S. Secret Service information on 28 mass attacks on public spaces in 2017, and 37 incidents of school violence from 1974 to 2000. It concludes that blaming mental illness as sole cause of a mass shooting is inaccurate.SEE MORE: Sociologist: Mass Shooters' Common Traits Offer Clues For Prevention  "'If we simply focus on mental illness, we can eradicate mass shooting.' You know it's just misinformation. It's incomplete," Dr. Donald Bechtold, Medical Director and VP Health Care & Integration at the  Jefferson Center for Mental Health  told Newsy. Bechtold served as an editor on the expert panel for this report."On the one hand there's mental illness. And on the other hand if there's mental-not wellness and the two are different you know mental illness is the presence of a negative if you will. When you look at these incidents you know no one would say that an individual who commits mass murder perpetrates mass violence. Nobody would say this is a normal individual, a psychologically healthy individual, he said."That's where the mental health not wellness comes in. You know there's a lot that's gone on developmentally with these folks that have things that ought to be protective factors for them simply aren't and things that ought not to be risk factors for them are risk factors."Even research-data definitions aren’t universal for mass shooting or mental illness. The report calls mental illness an "elastic" term. It's defined in different ways in different cases, which makes it hard to measure its exact impacts on violence. Depending on how it was defined, mental illness was present in anywhere from less than 5 percent to more than 70 percent of mass violence cases."They weren't all using the same definition of mass violence," explained Dr. Joe Parks, Medical Director for the  National Council for Behavioral Health.  "They weren't all using the same criteria for what incidences to include and which was to exclude some use a different number of people killed three versus four people killed others would exclude incidences that involve the death of people the perpetrator knew they would only do involving stranger some only included guns and not other causes." "The second thing that very widely was what. How do they define what they meant by mental illness. So the low number under 5 percent is the definition of mental illness used for the National Instant Criminal Background Check: the watch list that used to deny people guns. The biggest number was the rate of people who appeared to have some kind of emotional distress," Parks said.There are commonalities between shooters, however. According to the report, the majority of mass shooters are male and tend to racially and ethnically mirror the U.S. population. They are also often hopeless and resentful about work, money, or interpersonal relationships, and are "indifferent to life and often subsequently die by suicide."To get a more complete picture, the panel suggested that all government agencies share standard definitions for the study of mass violence, and detail what it means to have a mental illness or not have mental illness. Experts suggest individuals take  Mental Health First Aid  classes – government-backed 8 hour courses that teach people how to identify different mental health conditions. The panel also recommended the government provide resources for a national registry to track mental illness, much like how the CDC tracks every Ebola case or measles case. And they say the government should consider red flag laws, to temporarily remove guns from individuals who pose a high risk of harming others or themselves.SEE MORE: Calls Fo Číst dále >>> Přeložit do en

July Was The Hottest Month Ever Recorded

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Watch Video July was the hottest month  ever recorded , according to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration.The government agency says it marks the 415th consecutive month that has been above the global average. The average global temperature was over 1.7 degrees higher than the 20th century average.That doesn't sound like much — but consider all the extreme weather in July. Record-breaking  heat in Europe wildfires in the Arctic  and  record-low sea ice  in both the Arctic and Antarctic. All of that during a time when an El Niño event wasn't active.The El Niño bit is important — the climactic event means warmer temperatures worldwide. But the head of climate monitoring for NOAA told  the Washington Post  the lack of a strong El Niño event means the record temperature is "almost entirely due to climate change."Scientists have monitored global heat since 1880, and it looks like not only was July hot, but 2019 is set to be one of the top five hottest years on record. Číst dále >>> Přeložit do en

Take a look inside a glittering, $16 million penthouse in the hottest new San Francisco neighborhood that Facebook, Google, and Salesforce call home

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SEE ALSO:  Inside the multi-million-dollar condos of San Francisco's newly-opened $850 million residential tower — the first one just sold for $15 million The Avery luxury apartment tower is one of the newest additions to the San Francisco skyline. It sits at First and Folsom Streets in the recently rebranded East Cut neighborhood south of San Francisco’s Financial District. The neighborhood known as the East Cut is actually a blend of existing parts of San Francisco — portions of Rincon Hill, South of Market, and South Beach are all within the new neighborhood's 20 blocks. Source: SF Curbed Before the area's recent redevelopment, it was largely known for its cluster of industrial buildings and for being where the Bay Bridge spat out cars crossing from Oakland into the city, leading to traffic gridlock. Traffic is still an issue in modern-day East Cut. Source: Fast Company But now, the neighborhood is home to some of the city's — and country's — largest tech companies. Big tech companies, including Salesforce and Google, are mere blocks away from the Avery's doorstep. Číst dále >>>

Littlest Kitten Has Very Big Reaction To Meeting Her New Dog Siblings

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Littlest Kitten Very Reaction Meeting Siblings

Nimbus may be small, but judging the kitten by her looks alone would be a big mistake. She is a fighter — and knows how to make a big first impression when it counts. Sam Gerth first met Nimbus when she was barely old enough to open her eyes. His girlfriend found the white kitten, covered in dirt and oil from the road , on her way home from work. Credit: Sam Gerth“We gave her a bath in the sink to try to clean her up a little bit, and then we turned on our space heater and let her rest in front of it because she was shivering and cold,” Gerth told The Dodo. “She ended up falling asleep in my hand for about 45 minutes in front of the heater.”  With two dogs and two other cats already at home, the couple wasn’t sure if they were ready to add a new member to their family . They decided to keep Nimbus separated from the other animals while she regained her strength — and while they made up their minds about her future.  Credit: Sam GerthIt soon became clear that the little kitten had made a very big first impression, and wasn't going anywhere: “She very quickly stole our hearts, so that made that decision pretty easy,” Gerth said. “After a day or two, we decided it was time to introduce her to the family.” When she met the feisty dogs for the first time, one of whom belonged to Gerth's sister, Nimbus drew herself up to her full height and fluffed out all her fur to make herself as intimidating as possible. Credit: Sam GerthNeedless to say, the energetic dogs quickly learned who was boss. “She definitely is a brave little kitty!” Gerth said. “She stood her ground to every dog and animal she met!” Credit: Sam GerthThere was, however, one dog Nimbus trusted from the start — Zep. The gentle giant loves everyone he meets and was happy to snuggle and comfort the little kitten. Credit: Sam GerthThe cats took a little longer to accept her, but within a few days, Nimbus won them over. "They now get along great and play all the time,” Gerth said. After a month and a half in her new home, Nimbus has grown into a healthy, happy cat. Credit: Sam GerthHowever, her dad is still not sure if her tiny appearance will ever matc Číst dále >>> Přeložit do en

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