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    MIAMI (CBSMiami) – The July 4th holiday is usually one where family and friends gathering for a cookout during the day and then head off to see fireworks at night. This year is very different due to the coronavirus pandemic. Gatherings are discouraged to stem the spread of the virus and most cities have canceled their traditional fireworks shows as to not draw large crowds. But a few, however, plan to stage them Saturday, but with restrictions. MIAMI-DADE Miami Gardens...
    SICKOS are openly selling looted human remains on Facebook despite the social media site supposedly banning the grisly practice. The alleged skulls of teenage girls and even babies are flogged for thousands of US dollars on private groups, an investigation found. 5Human remains are openly sold on sick private Facebook groups (stock)Credit: Corbis - Getty Knives and canes reportedly fashioned out of human bones are also on sale, as well as a book bound with human leather, Live Science reports....
    SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) -- Do you have questions about filing your taxes? 7 On Your Sides Michael Finney and a team of experts will be here to help on Monday.In our online only Tax Chat, our team of volunteer experts will answer your questions!Send in your questions in advance using the form below or share on Twitter, Instagram, or Facebook by tagging them #AskFinney.Check back to watch on Monday at 5:15 p.m. Well be streaming live here, on Facebook and...
    Spotify wants couples to stop fighting about what music to listen to. The music streamer on Wednesday debuted a new subscription plan aimed at couples who live together. Spotify Premium Duo will allow two people to share a plan while each having their own personal accounts. The $12.99 plan is slightly cheaper than it’s $14.99 family plan, which allows for six separate accounts on a single bill. Duo will tap into Spotify’s popular algorithmically designed playlists, creating a mix full...
    St. Louis Mayor Lyda Krewson is facing massive backlash–including a rising chorus of calls for her resignation–after she read aloud the names and addresses of citizens who had advocated for defunding the city’s police department. The names and addresses were read during a Facebook Live briefing held by the Democratic Party mayor on Friday evening. Black Lives Matter protesters previously submitted their suggestions for potential city budgets with various social services bolstered by decreased police department spending. Noted St....
    More than 14,000 people have signed a petition demanding the resignation of St. Louis mayor Lyda Krewson after she divulged the personal information of people pushing for police reform during a Facebook Live briefing. The ACLU of Missouri tweeted that Krewson’s decision Friday to read the names and addresses of St. Louis residents who protested against “inhumane” conditions at a notorious city jail, was “shocking and misguided” and “served no apparent purpose beyond intimidation.” The move drew angry comments on...
    (Reuters) - Microsoft Corp is closing down Mixer, its live streaming service for games, and shifting users to Facebook Gaming, the technology giants Xbox division said on Monday. Starting on July 22, all Mixer sites and applications will redirect users to Facebook Incs gaming app, Xbox said in a blog post https://news.xbox.com/en-us/2020/06/22/bringing-more-players-into-our-gaming-vision. Microsoft bought Mixer in 2016, hoping to rope in millions of paying subscribers looking to watch live streams of their favorite gamers competing in e-sports or playing popular...
    Microsoft to Close Mixer Live Streaming Service, Tie up With Facebook Gaming
    (Reuters) - Microsoft Corp is closing down Mixer, its live streaming service for games, and shifting users to Facebook Gaming, the technology giants Xbox division said on Monday. Starting on July 22, all Mixer sites and applications will redirect users to Facebook Incs gaming app, Xbox said in a blog post https://news.xbox.com/en-us/2020/06/22/bringing-more-players-into-our-gaming-vision. Microsoft bought Mixer in 2016, hoping to rope in millions of paying subscribers looking to watch live streams of their favorite gamers competing in e-sports or playing popular...
    Reuters (Reuters) - Microsoft Corp is closing down Mixer, its live streaming service for games, and is shifting users to Facebook Gaming, the technology giants Xbox division said on Monday. Starting on July 22, all Mixer sites and applications will redirect users to Facebook Incs gaming app, Xbox said in a blog post https://news.xbox.com/en-us/2020/06/22/bringing-more-players-into-our-gaming-vision. (Reporting by Uday Sampath in Bengaluru; Editing by Devika Syamnath) Copyright 2020 Thomson Reuters.
    Reuters (Reuters) - Microsoft Corp is closing down Mixer, its live streaming service for games, and is shifting users to Facebook Gaming, the technology giants Xbox division said on Monday. Starting on July 22, all Mixer sites and applications will redirect users to Facebook Incs gaming app, Xbox said in a blog post https://news.xbox.com/en-us/2020/06/22/bringing-more-players-into-our-gaming-vision. (Reporting by Uday Sampath in Bengaluru; Editing by Devika Syamnath) Copyright 2020 Thomson Reuters.
    Live from Rikers Island … An inmate at the jail complex broadcast for nearly 2 hours on Facebook Live — complaining about conditions, taking a phone call and recording his friends. The 1 hour and 41-minute long video was posted Sunday by an account with the user name Buenom Pretty, which lists their occupation as “La Escuela de la Calle,” or the school of the streets. The clip starts off with the unidentified inmate going off-camera to audibly urinate...
    A Rikers Island inmate spent nearly two hours recording a Facebook live video from behind the jail’s walls where he complained about conditions, took a phone call and recorded his friends — all while remaining uninterrupted by correction officers. The one hour and 41-minute long video, posted Sunday from the Buenom Pretty Facebook account, which lists their occupation as “La Escuela de la Calle,” or the school of the streets, starts off with the host going off-camera to audibly urinate...
    A 21-year-old San Bernardino man who police say went live on Facebook as he and others looted a gas station and vandalized a restaurant on Waterman Avenue during civil unrest in the city was arrested after community members gave tips to detectives, police said on Monday, June 15. Terion Alexander Jr., also known as Tavy Alexander, was taken into custody on June 11 on a warrant  for suspicion of looting, burglary and conspiracy. Alexander admitted his involvement in the June...
    A former member of the U.S. Naval Academy alumni trustees issued an apology statement Sunday for racially insensitive comments made on social media. Retired Capt. Scott Bethmann was asked to resign as a trustee on Saturday after a live conversation with his wife that was posted on Facebook disparaged admission by the academy of African Americans, Asian Americans, and women. Several reports said the couple didnt appear to realize they were streaming via Facebook Live. THESE CITIES HAVE BEGUN...
    A retired US Navy captain has resigned from the US Naval Academy Alumni Association after he was heard uttering racial slurs during a conversation with his wife that he accidentally live streamed on Facebook, according to a report. Scott Bethmann and his wife Nancy were apparently discussing the Black Lives Matter movement while watching TV, when the couple began using derogatory language and Bethmann mentioned the N-word, News4Jax reported. He and his wife appear to be discussing how some major...
    A 22-year-old woman was charged Tuesday with inciting a riot and malicious destruction after she posted a video on Facebook Live encouraging others to loot and destroy businesses during a violent demonstration in Michigan. MICHIGAN SHERIFF RECOUNTS MARCHING WITH FLOYD PROTESTERS: THEY WANTED A VOICE TO LISTEN TO According to her arrest affidavit, Alexandria “Ally” Lyons can be heard telling her friends to throw bricks and other objects at the windows of multiple businesses in downtown Grand Rapids. She also picks up...
    A Michigan woman faces up to 10 years behind bars for encouraging others to loot and throw bricks at buildings in a Facebook Live video, according to a report. Alexandria “Ally” Lyons posted the live-streaming video over the weekend during riots in Grand Rapids that left more than 100 businesses damage, MLive.com reported. In it, Lyons is seen swigging beer — likely stolen from a bar called Mojo’s in Grand Rapids — and showing off clothes allegedly swiped from F....
    A retired police captain was fatally shot by looters in St. Louis on Tuesday — in a chilling incident apparently aired on Facebook Live. David Dorn, a 77-year-old former cop who had spent half his life on the Missouri force, was shot dead on the sidewalk in front of a pawn shop early Tuesday amid violent protests after the Minnesota police-brutality killing of George Floyd — and several people, including a state pol, said they watched Dorn’s murder unfold in...
    ABC7 News is bringing you coverage of live Bay Area protests, including press conferences from public officials updating residents on the demonstrations over the death of George Floyd in Minneapolis.Watch the live events in the media player above at their scheduled times, and click here to watch ABC7 News during regularly scheduled programming, listed below.MONDAY SCHEDULE4:30 a.m.-7 a.m.: ABC7 News10 a.m. SFPD Chief Bill Scott and other city officials hold briefing to address protests in response to George Floyds...
    ABC7 News is bringing you coverage of live Bay Area protests, including press conferences from public officials updating residents on the demonstrations over the death of George Floyd in Minneapolis.Watch the live events in the media player above at their scheduled times, and click here to watch ABC7 News during regularly scheduled programming, listed below.MONDAY SCHEDULE4:30 a.m.-7 a.m.: ABC7 News10 a.m. SFPD Chief Bill Scott and other city officials hold briefing to address protests in response to George Floyds...
    ABC7 News is bringing you coverage of live Bay Area protests, including press conferences from public officials updating residents on the demonstrations over the death of George Floyd in Minneapolis.Watch the live events in the media player above at their scheduled times, and click here to watch ABC7 News during regularly scheduled programming, listed below.MONDAY SCHEDULE4:30 a.m.-7 a.m.: ABC7 News10 a.m. SFPD Chief Bill Scott and other city officials hold briefing to address protests in response to George Floyds...
    ABC7 News is bringing you coverage of live Bay Area protests, including press conferences from public officials updating residents on the demonstrations over the death of George Floyd in Minneapolis.Watch the live events in the media player above at their scheduled times, and click here to watch ABC7 News during regularly scheduled programming, listed below.MONDAY SCHEDULE4:30 a.m.-7 a.m.: ABC7 News10 a.m. SFPD Chief Bill Scott and other city officials hold briefing to address protests in response to George Floyds...
    ABC7 News is bringing you coverage of live Bay Area protests, including press conferences from public officials updating residents on the demonstrations over the death of George Floyd in Minneapolis.Watch the live events in the media player above at their scheduled times, and click here to watch ABC7 News during regularly scheduled programming, listed below.MONDAY SCHEDULE4:30 a.m.-7 a.m.: ABC7 News10 a.m. SFPD Chief Bill Scott and other city officials hold briefing to address protests in response to George Floyds...
    ABC7 News is bringing you coverage of live Bay Area protests, including press conferences from public officials updating residents on the demonstrations over the death of George Floyd in Minneapolis.Watch the live events in the media player above at their scheduled times, and click here to watch ABC7 News during regularly scheduled programming, listed below.MONDAY SCHEDULE4:30 a.m.-7 a.m.: ABC7 News10 a.m. SFPD Chief Bill Scott and other city officials hold briefing to address protests in response to George Floyds...