Residents place flowers at the police cordon as police conintue to search the area close by the Linwood Ave Mosque in Christchurch on March 16, 2019. – A right-wing extremist who filmed himself rampaging through two mosques in the quiet New Zealand city of Christchurch killing 49 worshippers appeared in court on a murder charge on March 16, 2019. (Photo by MICHAEL BRADLEY / AFP)MICHAEL BRADLEY/AFP/Getty Images A young mourner weeps after placing flowers at the police cordon as Police conintue the search of the area close by the Linwood Ave Mosque in Christchurch on March 16, 2019. – A right-wing extremist who filmed himself rampaging through two mosques in the quiet New Zealand city of Christchurch killing 49 worshippers appeared in court on a murder charge on March 16, 2019. (Photo by MICHAEL BRADLEY / AFP)MICHAEL BRADLEY/AFP/Getty Images CHRISTCHURCH, NEW ZEALAND – MARCH 16: New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern speaks to the media on March 16, 2019 in … [Read more...] about Main suspect in New Zealand shootings that killed 49 appears in court
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INTELLIGENCE MATTERS - JOHN MILLER HOST: MICHAEL MORELL PRODUCER: OLIVIA GAZIS MICHAEL MORELL: John, thanks for joining us today. It is great to have you on the show. So this is a big turning of the tables. When I-- (OVERTALK) JOHN MILLER: --role reversal here. MICHAEL MORELL: -- exactly. When I (LAUGH) retired from CIA, you were at CBS and you interviewed me for 60 Minutes. And if I remember, you interviewed me for several hours-- JOHN MILLER: Yes. MICHAEL MORELL: --for what ultimately became 20 minutes. JOHN MILLER: That's right. MICHAEL MORELL: So this is gonna be a 30-minute interview for a 30-minute podcast. Just sayin'. JOHN MILLER: I'm glad to see CBS has done so much with productivity since I left. MICHAEL MORELL: John, you have had an unusual career. You got interested in the news very early. I read somewhere that in high school you were taking news photographs and selling them. And I heard you were skipping school to do press briefings. JOHN MILLER: Only the last period. … [Read more...] about Transcript: John Miller talks with Michael Morell on “Intelligence Matters”
Sections SEARCH Skip to content Skip to site index Sunday Review Subscribe Log In Log In Today’s Paper Sunday Review | Genetically Modified People Are Walking Among Us Supported by news analysis And, so far, they’re just fine. America needs a sober debate about the pros and cons of Crispr instead of a paranoid ban on the technology. ByCarl Zimmer Mr. Zimmer is a science columnist for The New York Times. Dec. 1, 2018 It felt as if humanity had crossed an important line: In China, a scientist named He Jiankui announced a gene that he had edited when they were embryos. But in some ways this news is not new at all. A few genetically modified people already walk among us. In the mid-1990s, fertility doctors in New Jersey got an idea for how to help women have children. They suspected that some women struggled to become pregnant because of defective material in their eggs. To rejuvenate them, the doctors … [Read more...] about Genetically Modified People Are Walking Among Us
By Filipa Ioannou Published 10:53 am PST, Thursday, November 8, 2018 Photo: John Amis, AP Georgia Democratic gubernatorial candidate Stacey Abrams addresses supporters during an election night watch party, Tuesday, Nov. 6, 2018, in Atlanta. Click through the gallery to read about signs Sen. Kamala Harris is running for president. Georgia Democratic gubernatorial candidate Stacey Abrams addresses... Stacey Abrams, the Democratic contender in Georgia's gubernatorial race, said Thursday she won't accept the victory declaration from Republican Gov. Brian Kemp, attempting to fight on in her bid to become the next governor of Georgia. Abrams claims Kemp hasn't supplied the public with enough data to support his victory and has abused his role as Secretary of State. Sen. Kamala Harris, D-Calif., stepped in on Thursday, tweeting a link to a fundraiser for Abrams. "Stacey Abrams could still win or force a runoff, … [Read more...] about Kamala Harris tweets fundraiser for Stacey Abrams, but Harris may keep half
COLUMBUS, Ga.—Ed Harbison remembers Jim Crow. The segregated schools, the no-go theaters, the colored-only water fountains. The white supremacist siege of the First Baptist Church in Montgomery, Alabama, where Martin Luther King, Jr., was trapped inside, and Harbison was, too. The white folks telling his mother she couldn’t vote unless she could answer how many beans were in a jar, or how wet water was. Harbison is now a Democratic state senator from Georgia, and the Deep South has changed radically in his 72 years on its soil. Sometimes, though, he reflects on how it hasn’t changed—like when he reflects on the high-profile race for governor pitting Stacey Abrams, a progressive African-American Democrat who used to run a voting rights nonprofit, against Brian Kemp, the conservative white Republican secretary of state who is mired in multiple voting rights controversies. Harbison is rooting for Abrams to become the first black woman governor of any American … [Read more...] about Democrats Say Republicans Are Stealing the Midterms. Are They Right?