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Sandro Rosell
FC Barcelona President
Sunday, October 22, 2017

National

According to a decision announced on Friday, January 18, the Transportation Security Administration is pulling the plug on its nude body scanner program which will now end a controversial privacy battle with the public scoring a rare victory.

Travelers will continue to go through one of two types of scanners already deployed, but images of naked bodies will no longer be produced. Instead, software will instead show a generic outline of a person.

First tested in 2007, the advanced imaging technology scanners became the object of intense media and public scrutiny around Thanksgiving in 2010. In addition to privacy concerns, some experts maintained the scanners’ safety was unproven, and that the technology was ineffective in detecting

Rep. Ileana Ros-Lehtinen (R-FL), who has been named to lead the new Middle East and North Africa subcommittee after stepping down as chairwoman of the House Foreign Affairs Committee, said Saturday she has deep concerns about former Sen. Chuck Hagel (R-NE), President Obama’s nominee for secretary of defense.

Echoing the apprehension of the mainstream Jewish community regarding Hagel’s views on Israel and Iran, Ros-Lehtinen told Fox News that she thinks “Chuck Hagel has a difficult time

United States lawmakers will have their first chance to formally question Chuck Hagel, President Barack Obama’s controversial defense secretary nominee, on January 31 when the Senate convenes its confirmation hearing.

The Senate Armed Services Committee announced Wednesday it will hold an open hearing, with the possibility of a follow-up session that would be closed to the public and the press, AFP reported.

Upon hearing of the nomination, the Republican Jewish Coalition issued a statement

The United States has issued a travel alert warning its citizens not to travel to Algeria following massive attack by Al Qaeda-linked terrorists in which seven Americans were taken hostage.

On Saturday night, Washington issued a severe travel warning, reminding Americans there is a high risk of abduction and terrorism in Algeria at the present time. The U.S. government also authorized the families of State Department diplomatic staff to leave the country if they wish.

“While the Consular

Obama and Grant Fritz Wednesday, who wrote a letter to the White House concerning gun violence.One month and two days after the tragedy at Sandy Hook Elementary School, President Obama and Vice President Joe Biden took the White House stage to announce a new plan aimed at putting an end to gun violence in the US.

The plan represents the biggest push for stricter gun control in decades, as Obama announced-and then signed- 23 executive orders, which need no approval by Congress.

“I intend to use whatever weight this office holds to make the proposals a reality,” Obama said during