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After Mueller Report, News Media Leaders Defend Their Work

“Our job is to bring facts to light,” said Martin Baron, editor of The Washington Post. “Others make determinations about prosecutable criminal offenses.”
Tags: News and News Media, ABC News, BuzzFeed Inc, CNN, Washington Post, National Review, Baron, Martin D, Barr, William P, Hannity, Sean, Fleiss, Mike, Gidley, Hogan


The new CEO of Intuit says the rise of artificial intelligence will be as big a challenge as the company's shift to cloud computing (INTU)

Sasan Goodarzi stepped up as CEO of Intuit — the company behind products like Intuit and TurboTax — in January, replacing 11-year chief exec Brad Smith.  Smith gets a ton of credit from parties inside and outside Intuit for helping the company successfully navigate to a largely cloud-based, subscription-based software model.  To prepare to replace such a prominent figure, Goodarzi spent much of last year shadowing leaders like NFL legend Steve Young and Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella, trying to g...
Tags: Google, Amazon, Facebook, Microsoft, Washington Post, Satya Nadella, NFL, San Francisco, Trends, Smith, Intuit, Young, Stewart Butterfield, Joe Montana, Brad Smith, Hewlett Packard Enterprise


‘Jay and Silent Bob Reboot’ Production Diaries: Five Dollar Fridays and the Girl Gang in Chapters 6 and 7

Remember when Peter Jackson gave fans an unprecedented look behind the scenes at the making of King Kong with his online production diaries? That was something that was a great influence on the creation of /Film, and we’re very excited to see that director Kevin Smith is going to chronicle the making of his latest film, Jay and Silent Bob Reboot. Today, the filmmaker launched The Road to Reboot, a series of videos that will be released on YouTube to give fans an in-depth look at the making of a...
Tags: Comedy, Movies, New Jersey, Sequels, New Orleans, Bob, Louisiana, Stan Lee, Smith, Peter Jackson, Jay, Kevin-Smith, King Kong, Harley Quinn Smith, Milly, The Road


Michael Smith and Lori Loughlin

I last wrote about a collaboration that interior decorator Michael S. Smith had with one family.   During the last two decades, Smith and his clients have built over a dozen houses and offices that remain some of his best work.   That story was a revelation to me because before I wrote it, I had no idea that so many of these homes were done for this one, charitable, upstanding, and admirable [Author: [email protected] (Joni Webb)]
Tags: Books, Smith, Michael Smith, Joni Webb, Lori Loughlin, Michael S Smith


USD identifies Lamont Smith in admissions bribery scandal

SAN DIEGO (AP) — The University of San Diego said former basketball coach Lamont Smith was the previously unnamed “varsity coach” alleged to have taken a kickback in what federal authorities called the largest college admissions cheating scam ever prosecuted in the United States. The private school said it was able to publicly identify Smith […]
Tags: News, Sports, Ap, United States, San Diego, Smith, Lamont Smith, The University of San Diego


Abstract, a versioning platform that helps designers work like developers, raises $30M

Design and engineering are two sides of the same coin when it comes to building software and hardware, and yet — unlike engineers, who can use services like GitHub, Bitbucket, GitLab or many others to help manage their development process — it’s traditionally been slim pickings for designers when it comes to tools to manage the iterations and collaborations that are a part of their workflow. Now, we are seeing a rising wave of startups responding to that vacuum in the market. In the latest devel...
Tags: TC, Design, Enterprise, Developer, Funding, Tech, Workflow, Collaboration, Smith, TCUK, Lightspeed Venture Partners, Sdk, Invision, Lightspeed, Abstract, Kevin Smith


Smith & Wesson 642 Airweight .38 Special Revolver from $329

Smith & Wesson 642 Airweight .38 Special Revolver from $329
Tags: Weapon, Smith, Wikiarms.com, Smith Wesson, Wesson, Airweight


Wednesday round-up

The justices will hear argument in one case this morning: Flowers v. Mississippi, which asks whether a prosecutor’s repeated use of peremptory challenges to remove black people from the jury pool violated the Constitution. Amy Howe previewed the case for this blog, in a post that was first published at Howe on the Court. Cecilia Bruni and Brady Plastaras have a preview at Cornell Law School’s Legal Information Institute. At AP, Jeff Amy and Mark Sherman report that “[t]he state, defending the co...
Tags: New York, Mississippi, Supreme Court, Law, Congress, Oregon, Court, America, Georgia, Bloomberg, Ap, Atlantic, United States, Hawaii, Liberty, New York Times


Red Wings Top Rangers – Athanasiou Scores Twice

NEW YORK — Andreas Athanasiou scored twice as the Detroit Red Wings beat the New York Rangers 3-2 on Tuesday night. Frans Nielsen also scored and Taro Hirose recorded an assist during his NHL debut for Detroit, which won its second straight but has already been eliminated from playoff contention. Jimmy Howard stopped 41 shots and improved to 10-3-3 in 16 career appearances against the Rangers. Jimmy Howard, Detroit Red Wings, December 20, 2017 (Amy Irvin / The Hockey Writers) Rya...
Tags: New York, Sport, Rangers, Ncaa, Associated Press, Detroit Red Wings, Nielsen, AHL, Hockey, NHL, Smith, Detroit, New York Rangers, Toronto Maple Leafs, Michigan State, Red Wings


Mariners injury updates: Shawn Armstrong suffers Grade 1 oblique strain, Mallex Smith progressing in Arizona

Armstrong will be out at least two weeks if not more. Smith still hasn't played in the field this spring.
Tags: News, Arizona, Smith, Mariners, Armstrong, Mallex Smith, Shawn Armstrong


Argument analysis: Justices grapple with meaning of final decision made after a hearing

In Monday’s oral argument in Smith v. Berryhill, the justices confronted a split among the courts of appeals as to whether an SSI disability claimant can obtain judicial review of the Social Security Appeals Council’s dismissal of his appeal as untimely under 42 U.S.C. sec. 405(g). Section 405(g) provides that “[a]ny individual, after any final decision of the Commissioner of Social Security made after a hearing to which he was a party, … may obtain review of such decision by a civil action.” ...
Tags: Featured, Supreme Court, Law, Congress, Social Security, Commission, Smith, Social Security Administration, Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Sonia Sotomayor, John Roberts, Roberts, Ginsburg, U S Court of Appeals, Sotomayor, Kimberly


Want to see a warship? Seal Beach Weapons Station will host tours March 23-24

In a rare opportunity for the public to board a warship at the Seal Beach Naval Weapons Station, the Navy will be giving free tours this weekend of the guided missile cruiser USS Princeton as part of 75th anniversary celebration at the base. The tours will be held Saturday, March 23, from 10 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. and Sunday, March 24, from 10 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.. “The last public ship tour we did on base was in October 2012,” said base spokesman Gregg Smith. The weapons depot was established in 1944, ...
Tags: Navy, Washington, Uncategorized, Sport, Atlantic, Soccer, Military, Local News, Smith, Princeton, Pacific, Pacific Coast Highway, Beaches, Pacific Fleet, Southern California News Group, Top Stories OCR


Can prosecutors dismiss jurors for agreeing with the O.J. Simpson verdict?

It has long been settled that prosecutors may not dismiss citizens from a jury because they are black. But can they dismiss them because they supported the verdict in the O.J. Simpson case? That’s a question the U.S. Supreme Court may soon take up after the California Supreme Court treated a prosecutor’s invocation of a juror’s views on the O.J. Simpson verdict as a “race-neutral” reason that justified the dismissal of a black juror.  If the rule forbidding race discrimination in the selection o...
Tags: California, Opinion, Alabama, America, Georgia, Sport, Cnn, Soccer, Venezuela, Newark, North Carolina, California Supreme Court, Smith, Black, Trump, Compton


Bardahl Special: A ’48 Panhead from Switzerland

Where is the line between meticulous and just plain nuts? Because we’re sure Albert ‘Ash’ Aeschlimann crossed it at some point during this astounding build. What started out as a simple ’48 Panhead frame turned into a seven-year project—with hardly any of the original bike remaining. Doing things ‘the right way’ is an essential part of Ash’s day job. He’s a technician at a major science museum in Switzerland, and before that, he studied architecture and worked as a carpenter. After hours, he...
Tags: Motorcycles, Ford, Switzerland, Ash, Honda, Smith, Harley, Allen, Panhead, TIG, Larry, Harley-davidson, Heiwa, Custom Motorcycles, Marc Schneider, Billy Lane


Bardahl Special: A ’48 Harley bobber from Switzerland

Where is the line between meticulous and just plain nuts? Because we’re sure Albert ‘Ash’ Aeschlimann crossed it at some point during this astounding build. What started out as a simple ’48 Panhead frame turned into a seven-year project—with hardly any of the original bike remaining. Doing things ‘the right way’ is an essential part of Ash’s day job. He’s a technician at a major science museum in Switzerland, and before that, he studied architecture and worked as a carpenter. After hours, he ...
Tags: Motorcycles, Ford, Switzerland, Ash, Honda, Smith, Harley, Allen, Panhead, TIG, Larry, Harley-davidson, Heiwa, Custom Motorcycles, Marc Schneider, Billy Lane


Will Smith’s King Richard Movie Nears Deal with Warner Bros.

Will Smith’s King Richard Movie Nears Deal with Warner Bros. Warner Bros. is reportedly moving closer to sealing its deal with Will Smith for his King Richard movie. Variety reports that the studio is in final negotiations with Smith, who will play Richard Williams, the father to Venus and Serena Williams. Williams, who had no tennis background, overcame tremendous hardship, skepticism, and his own troubled past to raise two of the game’s greatest players. When his daughters were around the ...
Tags: Movies, Nbc, Disney, Los Angeles, Williams, Suicide Squad, Will Smith, Warner Bros, Smith, Richard, Venus, Venus Williams, Serena, Compton, Chris Evert, Richard Williams


Flames Must Go With Smith in Playoffs

Calgary Flames goalie Mike Smith may have lost the faith of the team’s fans, but the stats say he could be their only hope for a long playoff run. Goaltending the Flames’ Achilles Heel Much like the Pacific Division-rival San Jose Sharks, goaltending is the Flames’ biggest question mark. As the Flames are the first Western Conference team to clinch a playoff berth it may be reading a bit too much into a hypothetical problem that isn’t all that much of one in the grand scheme of things. However...
Tags: Usa, Sport, Hockey, NHL, Smith, Calgary Flames, San Jose Sharks, Pacific, Mike Smith, Coyotes, Peters, Achilles, Bill Peters, Phoenix Coyotes, Jason Zucker, Brad Treliving


Golden Knights Sink Sharks – Smith & Marchessault Lead

SAN JOSE, Calif. — Reilly Smith and Jonathan Marchessault each had four points and the Vegas Golden Knights won for the ninth time in 10 games, beating the San Jose Sharks 7-3 on Monday night. Smith assisted on three goals in the first period and added a score of his own in the third. Marchessault had a goal and two assists in the first and an empty-netter in the third. William Karlsson, Mark Stone, Paul Stastny and Cody Eakin also scored for Vegas. Malcolm Subban made 36 saves in place of injur...
Tags: Sport, Nashville, San Jose, Hockey, NHL, Smith, San Jose Sharks, Sharks, Calgary, Vegas, Jones, Los Angeles Kings, Pacific Division, Joe Thornton, Logan, SAN JOSE Calif


California news agencies join forces to obtain previously secret records from hundreds of police agencies

One Los Angeles police officer had sex with a drug addict he met on foot patrol. A San Diego County sheriff’s deputy was linked to a Mexican drug cartel. That same deputy sold erectile dysfunction pills illegally to a colleague in a jail parking lot. A Brea police sergeant hawked official shoulder patches he took from the department for $95 apiece. Such misconduct, once secret under four decades of police confidentiality statutes, now must disclosed under a new transparency law targeting police ...
Tags: Crime, News, California, Government, Uncategorized, Los Angeles, Sport, Soccer, Courts, Orange County, Smith, Berkeley, San Diego County, Public Safety, Cruz, Anaheim


LawNext Episode 31: BYU Law Dean Gordon Smith on Law School Innovation

 Gordon Smith, dean of the J. Reuben Clark Law School at Brigham Young University, once said: “I want BYU to be known as, if not the most innovative law school in the country, then one of the most innovative law schools in the country.” Since becoming dean in 2016, Smith has worked tirelessly to make that happen, launching the nationally recognized LawX legal design lab, developing courses to teach non-traditional skills such as leadership, storytelling, and business ethics, launching clini...
Tags: Hong Kong, Law, Smith, BYU, University Of Wisconsin, Brigham Young University, Gordon Smith, Provo Utah, Bob Ambrogi, Christine Hurt, Reuben Clark Law, BYU Law School, BYU Law, LawNext, LawNext Smith, Australia China England Finland France Germany


Smith, Marchessault lead Golden Knights past Sharks 7-3

SAN JOSE, Calif. (AP) — Reilly Smith and Jonathan Marchessault each had four points and the Vegas Golden Knights won for the ninth time in 10 games, beating the San Jose Sharks 7-3 on Monday night. Smith assisted on three goals in the first period and added a score of his own in the third. […]
Tags: News, Sports, Ap, Smith, San Jose Sharks, Sharks, SAN JOSE Calif, Jonathan Marchessault, Reilly Smith, Smith Marchessault


United States: Are The Bankruptcy Courts Available For The Cannabis Industry? - Ward and Smith, P.A.

Since 2012, ten states and the District of Columbia have legalized marijuana for adult recreational use
Tags: News, United States, District Of Columbia, Smith, Ward


How to build The Matrix

Rizwan Virk Contributor Rizwan Virk is executive director of Play Labs @ MIT, a serial entrepreneur and author. Released this month 20 years ago, “ The Matrix” went on to become a cultural phenomenon. This wasn’t just because of its ground-breaking special effects, but because it popularized an idea that has come to be known as the simulation hypothesis . This is the idea that the world we see around us may not be the “real world” at all, but a high-resol...
Tags: Amazon, Gaming, Column, Elon Musk, Matt Damon, Tech, Earth, Mit, Oxford, Stephen Hawking, Neil Degrasse Tyson, Smith, Philip K Dick, Keanu Reeves, Emily Blunt, Laurence Fishburne


Argument transcripts

The transcript of today’s oral argument in Virginia House of Delegates v. Bethune-Hill is available on the Supreme Court’s website; the transcript in Smith v. Berryhill is also available.   The post Argument transcripts appeared first on SCOTUSblog.
Tags: Supreme Court, Law, Smith, Merits Cases, Virginia House of Delegates, Bethune Hill, Berryhill


LawNext Episode 31: BYU Law Dean Gordon Smith on Law School Innovation

 Gordon Smith, dean of the J. Reuben Clark Law School at Brigham Young University, once said: “I want BYU to be known as, if not the most innovative law school in the country, then one of the most innovative law schools in the country.” Since becoming dean in 2016, Smith has worked tirelessly to make that happen, launching the nationally recognized LawX legal design lab, developing courses to teach non-traditional skills such as leadership, storytelling, and business ethics, launching clini...
Tags: Hong Kong, Law, Smith, BYU, University Of Wisconsin, Brigham Young University, Gordon Smith, Provo Utah, Christine Hurt, Reuben Clark Law, BYU Law School, BYU Law, LawNext, LawNext Smith, Australia China England Finland France Germany, Law Entrepreneurship Association


Golden Knights Beat Oilers – Marchessault Tallies Two

LAS VEGAS — Jonathan Marchessault scored two goals, and the Vegas Golden Knights beat the Edmonton Oilers 6-3 Sunday night. Mark Stone, Cody Eakin, Brayden McNabb and Alex Tuch also scored for Vegas, and Malcolm Subban stopped 16 shots. The Golden Knights improved to 8-1-0 in nine games since acquiring Stone from Ottawa at the NHL trade deadline. Ryan Nugent-Hopkins, Leon Draisaitl and Kris Russell scored for Edmonton, while Connor McDavid had two assists. Mikko Koskinen made 28 saves. Vegas, th...
Tags: Sport, Arizona, San Jose, Las Vegas, Hockey, NHL, Smith, St Louis, Edmonton, Vegas, Ottawa, Edmonton Oilers, Pacific Division, Oilers, Coyotes, Jonathan Marchessault


Monday round-up

This morning the Supreme Court begins its March sitting with two oral arguments. The first case is Virginia House of Delegates v. Bethune-Hill, an appeal by Republican legislators of a lower-court ruling that requires 11 state legislative districts to be redrawn to correct racial gerrymandering. Amy Howe had this blog’s preview, which was first published at Howe on the Court. Amanda Wong and Jared Ham preview the case at Cornell Law School’s Legal Information Institute, and Subscript Law has a g...
Tags: New York, Mississippi, Supreme Court, Law, Washington Post, America, Bloomberg, House, New York Times, Npr, Louisiana, North Carolina, Flowers, Smith, The Washington Post, Cornell


Meet the Smith & Wesson Model 39/59: The Navy SEALs Old Gun

The Smith & Wesson Model 39 semi-automatic handgun served U.S. Navy SEALs during the Vietnam War and then went on to become one of the American nine-millimeter high capacity pistols, the Model 59.
Tags: News, Navy, Smith, Wesson Model, Smith Wesson Model


Dominic Smith, the Mets’ Sleeper at First Base

Smith’s potential has been clear since he was drafted in 2013, but sleep apnea has hindered his progression. Now, he’s finally taking his treatment seriously.
Tags: News, Sleep, Baseball, Smith, New York Mets, Mets, Alonso, Dominic Smith, Apnea (Sleep Disorder, Peter (1994-, Dominic (1995-


Board Question #92043: #92017 was fascinating to read about to me. How many ...

Q: Dear 100 Hour Board,#92017 was fascinating to read about to me. How many offshoots of the LDS church are there and what did/do they believe? What's the most interesting one out there?-I've heard of the FLDS and RLDS church before but that's it A: Dear same here, Prepare yourself. Here are basically all the offshoots of the church Joseph Smith established. Data comes from this amazing timeline (seriously go look at it). There may be churches missing but hopefully I got all the orders right, ...
Tags: Utah, England, Colorado, Washington, Mexico, France, Oregon, Wikipedia, Nigeria, Israel, Church, Georgia, David, Missouri, Maine, Hawaii