United States Beats Canada 3-0 In Final At Norceca Volleyball Tournament
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We had a chance in the first set but we made too many unforced errors.” Canada led for much of the opening set, before the U.S. went on a 5-0 run to go in front 23-21. Canada rallied to tie it 23-23, but the Americans took the set with two straight points. In the second set, Winters suffered an injury early on and his absence was instantly apparent. With Winters out, the Americans earned eight of the next 11 points to open a 12-6 lead. After that, Canada never got closer than three points. The third set saw the U.S. race out to a 5-1 lead and never trailed. Canada’s men’s team hasn’t beaten the U.S. since an Olympic qualifying tournament in 1999. Most recently, Canada lost to the U.S. in the final of the 2012 Olympic qualifying tournament. Cuba captured the bronze medal after rallying from two sets down to beat Puerto Rico in five. The U.S. will represent NORCECA at the World Grand Champions Cup in Japan Nov.
United States District Court for the Western District of Michigan issues decision in Phase I of Kalamazoo River Case
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The NSA has reportedly been tapping its giant repositories of phone and e-mail data to create complex diagrams of some Americans’ interactions, including lists of associates and travel companions; location info; and other personal data. That seems to have been the thinking of at least one intelligence worker with the US National Security Agency, who, an NSA letter suggests, regularly tapped the agency’s now-infamous phone-data collection program to screen people she met at cocktail parties and the like. Vietnam-era spying by NSA comes to light As the present-day NSA draws fire from critics worried about contemporary abuses of power, new details have surfaced about the secretive agency’s efforts — during the Vietnam War era — to spy on prominent antiwar figures on behalf of the White House. Newly declassified materials reveal that the US National Security Agency spied on two prominent Congressmen — Senators Frank Church and Howard Baker — along with high-profile figures such as civil rights leader and antiwar voice Martin Luther King and heavyweight champ and conscientious objector Muhammad Ali. But the latest secret doc to see daylight makes the NSA’s surveillance missteps look rather like child’s play — at least in comparison to nuking your own country. That’s right, the Guardian reports that the US nearly took out a nice chunk of the Eastern seaboard in 1961 when a B-52 bomber broke apart in midair over North Carolina and dropped two hydrogen bombs — one of which came one electrical switch away from detonating. The recently declassified opinion by the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court — released Tuesday — suggests they do. “To date, no holder of records who has received an order to produce bulk telephony metadata has challenged the legality of such an order,” it reads . Nope, sorry: As advantageous as that might be (think of the huge network you’d suddenly be a part of), the news here is actually that LinkedIn is — like Google , Yahoo , and Facebook before it — pushing to gain the right to publish detailed info on the number of national security-related requests for user data it receives from the US government. Earlier this week, Techdirt picked up on a passing mention in a Brazilian news story and a Slate article to point out that the US National Security Agency had apparently impersonated Google on at least one occasion to gather data on people.
Mich.), relating to CERCLA liability at the Kalamazoo River Site (the “Site”). The Court found that NCR is liable as an arranger under Section 107(a)(3) of CERCLA for sales of PCB-containing carbonless copy paper (CCP) broke, at least as of March 1969. PCB-containing CCP was produced from approximately 1954 to April 1971. NCR is one of a number of Potentially Responsible Parties at the Site. The Court did not determine NCR’s share of the overall liability or how NCR’s liability relates to the liability of other liable or potentially liable parties at the Site. If NCR were to be found liable for any costs with respect to the Kalamazoo River, it would have claims against Appleton Papers Inc. (now known as Appvion, Inc.) and B.A.T Industries p.l.c. under a 1998 cost sharing agreement and associated arbitration award and judgment. NCR respectfully disagrees with the Courts conclusion. NCR believes that the decision of the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Wisconsin, in Appleton Papers Inc. v. George A. Whiting Paper Co., No.