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Western States Opposed Tribes’ Access to the Colorado River 70 Years Ago. History Is Repeating Itself. Records unearthed by a University of Virginia professor shed new light on states’ vocal opposition in the 1950s to tribes claiming their share of the river. Today, many are still fighting to secure water. Many of the 30 federally recognized tribes in the Colorado River Basin still have been unable to access water to which they’re entitled. And Arizona for years has taken a uniquely aggressive stance against tribes’ attempts to use their water, a recent ProPublica and High Country News investigation found.
Scientists Find Structure Older Than Humanity: Scientists have found a new old kid on the block that predates the existence of Homo sapiens, according to Nature. Dating back to 476,000 years ago, primitive wooden tools and structures were found at a site in Kalambo Falls, Zambia that provide significant insight into the lives of our early ancestors.
Archaeologists Make Extraordinary Discovery After Diving Into a Flooded Tomb: The pyramid of Nastasen is located in Nuri, modern Sudan. In this location, there are over 20 pyramids that were built for the ancient Nubian kings and queens. It was created to serve as the royal necropolis for the nearby city of Napata, the first capital of the Kingdom of Kush. The number of remaining pyramids pales in comparison to how many there were at Nuri’s peak – likely over 80.
# Border / Immigration / Migrants
Texas strings concertina wire along New Mexico border to deter migrants: Gov. Greg Abbott said the barrier, two rows of wire strung between metal posts near Interstate 10, was necessary because migrants are crossing the border at New Mexico and walking into El Paso.
# Children / Youth
When Foster Parents Don’t Want to Give Back the Baby: In many states, adoption lawyers are pushing a new legal strategy that forces biological parents to compete for custody of their children.
# Corporations / Industry
Key Walmart and Kroger supplier files Chapter 11 bankruptcy: The supplier, Prima Wawona, says it plans to still commit to delivering product without interruption. In a statement, the company said delivery and supply should not be impacted by the filing.
# Employment / Labor
State lawmakers and agencies are hoping to tap a new source of talent, high schoolers, as the industry deals with an impending worker shortage. Texas needs water workers. Will high school students answer the call?
Nearly two-thirds of the state’s water and wastewater agencies say they need more workers.
# Environment / Climate / Infrastructure / Global Amazon River Reaches Record Low Amid Drought and Wildfires: Sixty of the 62 cities in Brazil’s northern Amazonas state have declared a state of emergency as communities struggle to meet their basic needs.
# General News
189 Decomposing Bodies Pulled Out of Colorado Funeral Home: Authorities discovered the bodies after neighbors complained of a foul smell earlier this month. The remains of at least 189 people have been removed from a Colorado funeral home, up from an initial estimate of about 115 when the decaying and improperly stored bodies were discovered two weeks ago, officials said Tuesday.
# Gov / Politics / Global
Israel’s Violence Will Never Bring “Safety” to Anyone, Including Jews: As the horrific siege against Gaza escalates, we need to confront the violence of Israel’s ethnonationalist militarism. The horror and heartbreak in Gaza reaches new proportions each minute: Israel’s siege has killed at least 3,400 people and injured more than 12,000 in the past week and a half, and a possible ground invasion threatens unspeakable levels of new violence.
Israeli Politician Says “Children of Gaza Have Brought This Upon Themselves”: As the number of children killed in Gaza approached 1,000, Knesset member Meirav Ben-Ari declared “the children of Gaza have brought this upon themselves.” Such calls by Israeli politicians for collective punishment are not uncommon.
# Gov / Politics
“It’s 100% Personal”: Trump Insiders Fear His Netanyahu Vendetta Could Be a Gift to Biden: One source called Trump’s Israel rhetoric a “disaster,” while others suggested he may even lose Jewish and evangelical voters to Biden, who has offered staunch support for Israel in its war against Hamas. Why Biden has ‘no alternative’ to Netanyahu. The two men are refocused on something that has always united them, ensuring Israel’s security and long-term survival.
Biden Sides with Israel After Airstrikes Level Gazan Hospital, Killing Hundreds of Palestinians: President Biden is in Israel, hours after Palestinian officials accused Israel of killing at least 500 people at Gaza’s Al-Ahli Baptist Hospital in an airstrike. In addition to treating sick and wounded patients, the hospital was acting as a refuge for displaced Gazans fleeing Israeli’s unrelenting attacks https://urldefense.com/v3/__https://www.nytimes.com/live/2023/10/18/world/israel-hamas-war-biden-gaza*a-top-hamas-commander-described-as-its-head-of-military-intelligence-is-killed-in-an-israeli-strike__;Iw!!On18fmf1aQ!3uY6FOO9bhOZ-5-nPjAuPS5Rhwrdv7b0xO_h0NTKCgED01tg5_pvq7O46-rd6xGVIMKYnhN0YbhRoR3mwsJtwPTeWc2xCtHJ$
GOP Rep Announces She’s Retiring Amid Speaker Drama: After serving three terms, Rep. Debbie Lesko (R-Ariz.) said that she will not seek reelection in 2024.
Trump’s Confidential Conversations About U.S. Nuclear Submarines Entering Enemy Territory – A Threat to His 2024 Presidential Bid? Smith charged Trump with illegally holding classified documents at the Mar-a-Lago property in June, alleging that he hid them from Department of Justice investigators. That case is scheduled to go to trial in May. That case does not include mention of the alleged disclosures to Pratt.
Trump’s classified info leak led to disappearance of 2 sources: The notorious ex-British spy Christopher Steele — behind the eponymous “Steele dossier” — blames former President Donald Trump for causing the disappearance of two sources after critical evidence was declassified, according to a Reuters report citing public court documents released on Tuesday
Sen. Ben Albritton becomes Senate president-designate: Bolstering Florida’s agriculture industry, addressing water-quality issues and supporting the foster-care system are priorities that Sen. Ben Albritton is eyeing as he prepares to become the next Senate president.
Challenger to Rick Scott drops out of Florida Senate race: Navy veteran Phil Ehr will announce Wednesday morning that he’s exiting the Democratic primary for Senate and instead will challenge incumbent Rep.
Carlos Gimenez (R-Fla.) for Florida’s 28th congressional district.
Amid House Speaker Chaos, GOP Confess Attack on Social Security, Medicare Still Top Priority: “Raise your hand if you DON’T want a speaker of the House who is hellbent on cutting your hard-earned Social Security and Medicare,” said one Democratic state lawmaker. “Cutting Social Security and Medicare is a priority that House Republicans will let outlive their leadership,” the White House memo said.
# Juvenile Justice System
# Law Enforcment
‘Trunk-Or-Treat’ Event Turns To Chaos After Cop Allegedly Starts Shooting, Makes Death Threats: A St. Louis County police officer was charged with multiple crimes after he allegedly made death threats and fired 11 rounds from his gun at a holiday event for Missouri elementary school students on Sunday. No one was injured, but children ran for cover as several bystanders tackled the cop.
# Legal / DOJ
Russian sources disappeared after Trump decision: In his statement, Steele said the decision to declassify his testimony, taken on Trump’s last day in office, resulted in several Russian sources being exposed and suffering “varying consequences”. He said: “Two of the named Russian sources have not been seen or heard of since.
# Medical / Health
Senate Finance Committee holding a hearing on deceptive practices in so-called Medicare Advantage plans. Information submitted by states demonstrates that beneficiaries are inundated with fraudulent and misleading communications across all modes of communication (in-person, television, telemarketer, and robo-calls).
# Military / Global
Satellite Images Show Russia Increasing Nuclear Capability in Belarus: The deployments come as tension is rising between Moscow and the West. New commercial satellite photos taken on Monday confirm recent reports that Russia is once again massing troops and military equipment on the border with Ukraine after a major buildup this spring.
Scientists Made a Quantum Object Called an Alice Ring. What Comes Next Is Much Weirder: Topological monopoles are a quantum physics phenomenon that can decay into what’s known as “Alice rings.” Named after Lewis Carroll’s famous heroine, this vortex ring flips the magnetic charge of any monopole that passes through it, creating an anti-monopole.
Planet 9 Hiding In Our Solar System Could Change The Theory Of Gravity: Could data pointing toward a mysterious planet at the edge of the solar system actually suggest it’s time to revisit our theory of gravity? Evidence pointing toward the existence of an undiscovered ninth planet in the solar system may actually indicate our ideas of gravity are incorrect.
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