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Student arrested for school threat made on Snapchat says it was a joke

A student has been arrested after police said he made threats to an Attica school and specific students via a social media post.

According to Attica Police Chief Robert Cole, officers responded to Attica Jr.-Sr. High School around 1 p.m. Wednesday.

Cole said 18-year-old Nicholas Jordan was detained for questioning for allegedly making threats on his Snapchat account to shoot up the school. Cole said Jordan also threatened specific students.

“It was inappropriate in nature, threatening in nature,” said Attica Consolidated School Corporation Superintendent Derek Marshal. “Within a matter of minutes, they and the resource officer had him in their possession.”

Cole said Jordan admitted to sending out the Snapchats.

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‘UNFAIR’ SHARE Wife who made millions in ‘eye-watering’ bonuses battles cheating ex-husband after judge awarded him HALF of her fortune

‘UNFAIR’ SHARE Wife who made millions in ‘eye-watering’ bonuses battles cheating ex-husband after judge awarded him HALF of her fortune

A WIFE who made millions in “eye-watering” bonuses as a city trader is battling her cheat ex-husband after a divorce judge awarded him HALF of her fortune. Energy trader Julie Sharp and IT consultant Robin Sharp both earned around £100,000 … View full post on National Cyber Security Ventures

Did Kailyn Lowry Cheat On Javi Marroquin? ‘Teen Mom 2’ Star Responds To Fight That Made Isaac Cry

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Did Kailyn Lowry Cheat On Javi Marroquin? ‘Teen Mom 2’ Star Responds To Fight That Made Isaac Cry

“Teen Mom 2” star Javi Marroquin responded to fans on Twitter after he essentially accused his then-wife, Kailyn Lowry, of cheating on him during Monday night’s episode of the MTV reality show. While Lowry didn’t want to talk to producers …

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How Trump Made Russia’s Hacking More Effective

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How Trump Made Russia’s Hacking More Effective

“It’s all just an attempt to delegitimize Donald Trump.” That’s the argument you hear from Trump supporters each time new information comes to light about how hard Russian spy services worked to damage Hillary Clinton. You heard it again on

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11 Times Trump Has Made People Want To Divorce Their Families

Like the wall Donald Trump dreams of building between the US-Mexico border, this election season is dividing families across the nation in huge ways. 

And as Jesse Singal wrote on New York Magazine’s Science of Us blog, trying to convince your loved ones to see it your way is pretty much pointless.

“It’s unlikely you are going to sit down with your Trump-supporting brother or uncle or friend, talk things out, and walk away having convinced them to stay home or to vote for Clinton,” he wrote. “If persuasion were that easy, our country wouldn’t be mired in polarization and partisan gridlock.

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Watch: Child Trauma Survivors Reunite With the Adults Who Made a Difference – Rules for Engagement – Education Week

An emotional video campaign illustrates the ways meaningful adult relationships can counter the effects of childhood trauma on the brain.

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50 Amazing Words Roald Dahl Made Up

One hundred years ago, a man named Roald Dahl came into the world. Born in Wales in 1916, he ascended to literary fame in the 1940s, producing some of the most recognizable children’s literature of our time: Matilda, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, Fantastic Mr. Fox, The Witches, James and the Giant Peach, The BFG.

Dahl blended fantasy, horror and folklore into books that enchanted readers, not simply because his stories were fantastical tales of candy factories and witches and telekinesis, but because he often made heroes of unlikely children. He crafted funny and violent narratives told from the perspective of girls and boys, giving orphans and poor kids and bullied students the platform to best mythical creatures and wayward adults.

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Follow-up arrest made in stolen credit card case

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An 11th suspect was arrested in the fallout from a stolen credit card that was reported to Scappoose police. On May 26, continuing with what was described as a lengthy and complex investigation, officers arrested 47-year-old Kylan Simkins. Simkins was located by Officer Chris Cowen while driving near JP West Road and SW 1st Street. […]

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A Judge Just Made It Harder for the FBI to Use Hacking

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A judge has thrown out evidence obtained by the FBI via hacking, after the agency refused to provide the full code it used in the hack. The decision is a symptom of the FBI using investigative techniques that are usually reserved for intelligence agencies, such as the NSA. When those same techniques are used in […]

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