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Mindy Kaling and BJ Novak played love interests on The Office. Like Kelly and Ryan, Kaling and Novak had a very up-and-down real-life connection. Today, the actors/writers are close friends. […] View full post on National Cyber Security
To Purchase This Product/Services, Go To The Store Link Above Or Go To http://www.become007.com/store/ A “promiscuous” man who met women on dating websites while engaged to his long-term partner punched one of them in the face and broke her jaw, a court heard. Robert Young …
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About a month ago I got a really interesting email from a woman named Jessy, The gist of the email from Jessy said that she broke up with her ex and using
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The Inspector General of the Office of Personnel Management found “significant deficiencies” in the process for hiring contractors to protect millions of federal employees whose personal information was accessed by hackers linked to China last year. “We determined that the [Office of Personnel Management] did not award the … contract in compliance with the [Federal Acquisition Regulation] and [Office of Personnel Management] policies and procedures, which led to [the agency] selecting the wrong contracting vehicle,” Patrick McFarland, OPM Inspector General, wrote to OPM Director Beth Cobert, according to the Washington Post. “While we are unable to determine whether the issues we uncovered are significant enough to have impacted the award of the contract…it is evident that significant deficiencies existed… over the contract award process. Source: https://www.rt.com/usa/322363-government-contract-opm-china-hack/
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As UCF discipline panel ruled Thursday that Sigma Nu did not violate university policy after a video surfaced of a fraternity brother chanting “rape” and saying, “Let’s rape some sluts.”
The man, who is no longer a student at the University of Central Florida, is the same person accused of sexually assaulting another UCF student twice in October.
The man was “inebriated and venting” when he was recorded in June making the rape comments at 2 a.m. after returning from a bar, according to a UCF document that explained the rationale behind the panel’s verdict.
“It is evident that fraternity members did attempt to calm down [the man],” according to the panel’s findings.
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This September, on the Barcelona leg of the European Poker Tour, Jens Kyllönen had a strange run-in with the the criminal underworld. He had busted out of that day’s tournament early, but when he returned to his hotel room, his laptop was missing. He went downstairs to find his roommate, but when they came […] View full post on Gregory d. evans