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Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez joins Bernie in backing voting rights for prisoners

Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez joins Bernie in backing voting rights for prisonersStepping into the debate over whether imprisoned felons should be allowed to vote, Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez endorsed the idea and advised opponents they risked “looking completely + utterly out of touch with the reality [of] our prison system.”


Source: Yahoo News - Latest News & Headlines | 25 Apr 2019 | 1:52 pm

The Latest: Sri Lanka revises down death toll from attack

The Latest: Sri Lanka revises down death toll from attackCOLOMBO, Sri Lanka (AP) — The Latest on the Easter attacks in Sri Lanka (all times local):


Source: Yahoo News - Latest News & Headlines | 25 Apr 2019 | 1:13 pm

Parents of A.J. Freund Forced 5-Year-Old in Cold Shower Before Fatal Beating: Prosecutors

Parents of A.J. Freund Forced 5-Year-Old in Cold Shower Before Fatal Beating: ProsecutorsScott Olson/GettyAndrew “A.J.” Freund, the 5-year-old Illinois boy whose body was found Wednesday morning in the woods, was forced into a cold shower “for an extended period of time” before he was beaten “repeatedly” to death by his parents on April 15, prosecutors allege. He died as a result of “craniocerebral trauma” caused by “multiple blunt force injuries,” the McHenry County Coroner's office announced Thursday. Nine days after his murder, the missing toddler’s body was found wrapped in plastic and buried in a shallow grave about seven miles away from his Crystal Lake home. The toddler’s parents, 36-year-old JoAnn Cunningham, who is currently pregnant, and 60-year-old Andrew Freund Sr., were arrested and charged hours after the Wednesday discovery with first-degree murder, aggravated battery, domestic battery, and failure to report a missing child or child death. Freund Sr. was also charged with concealment of a death.“It was apparent to me that nobody was going to sleep and nobody will sleep until justice is brought for AJ. This is the beginning of that process,” said FBI Agent Jeffrey Sallet at a Wednesday afternoon press conference.The couple appeared at McHenry County Circuit Court on Thursday morning, wearing orange prison jumpsuits as Judge Robert A. Wilbrandt set their bond at $5 million each. Both were represented by public defenders, who did not immediately respond to The Daily Beast’s requests for comment.Prosecutors allege in a criminal complaint that three days before the 5-year-old’s parents reported him missing, he was forced into the shower and then “struck” to death.Local, state, and federal authorities launched a multi-county search for the little boy, finally finding his body after the couple was confronted with cell-phone evidence, Crystal Lake Police Chief Jim Black told The Daily Beast on Thursday. Search crews recovered the toddler’s body in the woods and technicians immediately removed evidence from the family’s home, including a child’s mattress and a shovel. “To A.J.’s family, it is my hope that you may have some solace knowing that A.J. is no longer suffering, and his killers have been brought to justice,” Black said Wednesday. “To A.J., we know you’re at peace playing in heaven’s playground, and are happy you no longer have to suffer.”According to Department of Children and Family Services (DCFS) records, A.J. was born in 2013 with “opiates in his system,” and was removed from his parents’ custody a month later. He was placed in foster care, records show, for two years before he was returned to Cunningham and Freund Sr. in June 2015. Twice last year, DCFS caseworkers were called to the Freund home to investigate separate allegations of neglect, but both were “determined to be unfounded,” a spokesperson said Thursday. In December, when police called the agency after Cunningham was arrested on a misdemeanor traffic charge, authorities documented “significant problems” with the couple’s “cluttered” and “dirty” home, including an “overwhelming” “smell of feces” in the toddlers’ bedroom, documents show. Crystal Lake Police also confirmed officers visited the home, which is an hour outside of Chicago, about 10 times over the past five years, and often noted the poor condition of the house in their reports. “This news is heartbreaking. Protecting vulnerable children who come to our attention is at the core of our mission at DCFS. All of us feel this loss,” Marc Smith, acting director of DCFS, said in a statement obtained by The Daily Beast. “Our priority is the care and safety of Andrew’s younger sibling.”A DCFS spokesman confirmed Thursday that the couple’s younger son, 3-year-old Parker, has been placed in protective custody.Cunningham and Freund are scheduled to appear in court on April 29. Read more at The Daily Beast.Got a tip? Send it to The Daily Beast here


Source: Yahoo News - Latest News & Headlines | 25 Apr 2019 | 1:03 pm

Trusted leaker reveals the OnePlus 7 Pro’s expensive price tag

Trusted leaker reveals the OnePlus 7 Pro’s expensive price tagScreen captures from a Weibo conversation between a OnePlus fan and the company's CEO told us earlier this week that the OnePlus 7 Pro will be the most expensive phone the company has ever released -- well, excluding the 5G version of the Pro that will be even more expensive. Now, a trusted leaker offers us a better idea of what fans can expect to pay if they want to get their hands on OnePlus' upcoming new flagship phone.OnePlus CEO Pete Lau hinted on social media that some 5,000 yuan ($745) would be enough to buy the OnePlus 7 Pro. As we've explained, the Pro version of the phone will indeed be more expensive than the base OnePlus 7 model. That's because the phone will have a new design, a better-quality screen, a triple-lens rear camera, and faster storage. At least, that's what the leaks tell us. The base OnePlus 7, meanwhile, will look a lot like the OnePlus 6T, although it'll still rock the same high-end components as the Pro model.Trusted leaker Ishan Agarwal, who proved time and again that he has access to inside information about unreleased devices including previous Pixel and OnePlus handsets, has now shared the OnePlus 7 Pro prices for Europe.https://twitter.com/ishanagarwal24/status/1121306834298499073The cheapest Pro model will feature 6GB of RAM and 128GB of storage, but Agarwal doesn't have a base price for it. For 8GB of RAM and 256GB of storage, you might have to pay €749/€759 -- a direct conversion to dollars gets us $835 and $857 price points for this model. Another 4GB of RAM on top of that will cost you an extra €70 ($78).While we did convert the prices to dollars, we'll remind you that's not how things work. The cost will vary from market to market because vendors don't just convert prices from one currency to another. Also, prices for Europe include VAT, so you should take that into account as well.Finally, the base OnePlus 7 will probably still be a lot more affordable than any other 2019 Android flagship rocking Qualcomm's latest Snapdragon 855 processor.


Source: Yahoo News - Latest News & Headlines | 25 Apr 2019 | 11:44 am

Video leak shows Apple’s iPhone 11 and iPhone 11 Max designs side by side

Video leak shows Apple’s iPhone 11 and iPhone 11 Max designs side by sideJust a few short months ago, Apple's next-generation iPhone 11 lineup was shaping up to be one of the most boring iPhone updates in recent history. It couldn't be the most boring iPhone update, since there's no way Apple will be able to top the iPhone XS in that department. Thankfully, a few new reports from well-placed sources over the past few weeks have painted a much more compelling picture of the iPhone 11. While the overall design of Apple's upcoming new iPhone lineup will remain largely unchanged, we've seen more and more news of big upgrades lately. Most recently, the world's top Apple insider reported that Apple's iPhone 11 and iPhone 11 Max will both feature triple-lens rear cameras that pack all sorts of new tricks, while the iPhone 11R (or whatever Apple ends up calling it) will sport an upgraded dual-lens camera. On top of all that, Apple has big things planned for iOS 13 and some of the details surrounding the company's upcoming new mobile software update have already leaked.Long story short, 2019 is looking a bit brighter for Apple fans than it was a couple of months ago. iPhone owners who don't plan to upgrade to a new phone will still have a pretty huge software update to look forward to in September (or in June, if they're brave enough to install the early beta versions following WWDC 2019). Meanwhile, people who do upgrade will apparently get an updated design, plenty more power, and a massive camera upgrade that's much-needed, considering how far Apple has fallen behind the likes of Google and Huawei in this crucial area. If you're wondering what all that will look like when it comes together, a new leak that just hit the web this morning is just what the doctor ordered. The video in question shows Apple's final iPhone 11 and iPhone 11 Max designs side by side, and it shows what they'll look like in real life as opposed to just pictures.Remember back in 2016 when Apple released the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus? They used the exact same designs as the iPhone 6s series that came before them, and the iPhone 6 series that came before that. In order to make up for that, Apple introduced some sleek new finishes, a bunch of new features, and an upgraded dual-lens camera on the larger iPhone 7 Plus. It worked quite will for the company -- Apple sold a record 78.29 million iPhones in the holiday quarter following the iPhone 7's release. That's a record that still stands to this day.It appears as though Apple's 2019 iPhone lineup is going to follow the same pattern as far as design and features are concerned. From afar, the iPhone 11 will look just like the iPhone X that was released two years before it. The iPhone 7 from 2016 looked just like the iPhone 6 from 2014. But leaks have shown us that Apple is planning a huge upgrade for the iPhone 11's camera, and reports from insiders suggest a few important design changes such as a new finish and new frosted glass on the back.It will still be a while before we know exactly what Apple has in store for us in 2019, but a new leak gives us a very good idea of what to expect. Using schematics that had previously leaked from a factory set to manufacture Apple's upcoming iPhone 11 series phones, 3D printed dummy models of the upcoming iPhone 11 and iPhone 11 Max have made their way to Alibaba. Japanese Apple news blog Mac Otakara recently purchased a pair, and on Thursday the blog posted a video of them in action.Again, these are not actually Apple's upcoming new iPhones. That said, they are models that were built to scale using schematics that are believed to be accurate, so they're almost certainly a very good representation of what we can expect from the iPhone 11 and iPhone 11 Max when they're announced in September. The video showing the mockups is embedded below.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w1witX6DzJQ


Source: Yahoo News - Latest News & Headlines | 25 Apr 2019 | 10:12 am

'I smiled in the face of bigotry': A woman's response to anti-Islam protesters goes viral

'I smiled in the face of bigotry': A woman's response to anti-Islam protesters goes viralA group of anti-Islam protesters gathered at a conference in Washington, D.C. One woman's reaction: 'I smiled in the face of bigotry.'


Source: Yahoo News - Latest News & Headlines | 25 Apr 2019 | 10:00 am

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