Soon to be revealed Trump peace plan for the Middle East and the thaw in Israeli – Arab relations on the Arabian Peninsula may force Iran’s hand
As American media was reporting on a fake actor who faked his own assault and a fake border security bill that will not secure the border, something actually quite interesting was happening in Warsaw in the presence of such minor American functionaries as Secretary of State Pompeo and Vice President Pence. The Warsaw conference on peace and security in the Middle East dealt primarily with the Iranian threat to that region and its highlights were undoubtedly the unprecedented signs of continued thaw in relations between Israel, represented at the highest level by prime minister Netanyahu, and the states of the Arabian Peninsula, represented at the foreign minister level.
Google vision for Port Lands a no-go with Ontario government, source says
Google’s expansive vision to plan and build communities and transit across Toronto’s east waterfront — in exchange for a cut of property tax and development revenues — is a non-starter, the Ontario government says.
At Queen’s Park, a senior government official told the Star’s Robert Benzie that Google sister company Sidewalk Labs’s plans — revealed by the Star’s Marco Chown Oved on Thursday — is a non-starter.
Just how insane is the left when Cher is the voice of reason?
Many liberals in New York, including Rep. Ocasio-Cortez, declared victory after Amazon announced the company would not be expanding Long Island City, New York.
The decision came after progressive backlash from New York lefties and others, and Cher doesn’t understand why.
Environment Canada launches its own weather app
The federal agency launched its first weather app for iPhone and Android this week, including a new high-resolution radar option so amateur meteorologists can guess exactly when the next rain storm or blizzard is going to hit their backyard.
WeatherCAN is free, can be operated in English or French, and includes Indigenous symbols for northern locations.
There are any number of other weather apps on the market, but Environment Canada had never bothered to make one for itself until now, despite getting 40 million hits to its website every month and being the source of weather data used by many other weather apps.
“We are the experts,” said Environment Minister Catherine McKenna in an interview.
Officer shot in July 2016 Dallas police ambush sues social media giants
A transit police officer shot in the July 7, 2016 ambush in downtown Dallas is now suing Twitter, Facebook and Google, alleging the social media companies aided in radicalizing the gunman, CBS Dallas reports. Five officers died in the shooting.
Dallas Area Rapid Transit (DART) officer Jesus Retana was one of nine other people who were wounded.