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A guy puts a plastic explosive in his shoes and now millions of us must take off our shoes at the airport. Terrorists know that, so the chance of shoe-bombing a plane is infinitesimal. With 100% certitude, we’re wasting millions of minutes of people’s time. We don’t think probabilistically.
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Federal police in Mexico have taken over 12 towns in the state of Guerrero after authorities learned of possible connections between local law enforcement and organized crime.
National Security Commissioner Monte Alejandro Rubido said at a Sunday press conference that the links were uncovered during an investigation into the disappearance of 43 students in the town of Iguala last month, Bloomberg News reports.
Earlier this month, Guerrero prosecutor Iñaky Blanco said that the gang Guerreros Unidos had worked with area police and killed 17 of the missing students.
In Hazlehurst, Miss., parents pulled their children out of middle school last week after learning that the principal had recently visited southern Africa.
At Syracuse University, a Pulitzer Prize-winning photojournalist who had planned to speak about public health crises was banned from campus after working in Liberia.
An office building in Brecksville, Ohio closed where almost 1,000 people work over fears that an employee had been exposed to Ebola.
A high school in Oregon canceled a visit from nine students from Africa—even though none of them hailed from countries containing the deadly disease.
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