Advice from police chiefs who dealt with mass shootings

Advice from police chiefs who dealt with mass shootings
In Las Vegas, Clark County Sheriff Joseph Lombardo has been the face of the police response to the deadliest mass shooting in modern US history, which left 58 dead and injured 546 people on October 1. Sheriff clarifies Las Vegas shooting timelinePulse survivor: 'That night, I was helpless'What did you learn about your department, and about humanity? Burguan: You're proud of your folks when you see something terrible happen and you know that, at this moment, that the natural

When satire becomes its own kind of whisper network

When satire becomes its own kind of whisper network
On a 2005 episode of "Family Guy," Seth Macfarlane made a joke that seemingly referenced Spacey's sexual misconduct.Image: al selb/los angeles times via getty images/pete pavorich pool/getty imagesThe first person to technically break the Kevin Spacey sexual misconduct story was a 1-year-old animated boy named Stewie. In a 2005 episode of Family Guy, Stewie runs through a giant crowd crying, "Help! I've escaped from Kevin Spacey's basement! Help me!" As a diaper-wearing fictional child, Stewie doesn't have enough credibility

Mary Berry reunites with Mel and Sue

Mary Berry reunites with Mel and Sue
They said the centre became a "lifeline" and, with the help of volunteers, had become "the beating heart of the community". This year, instead of those volunteers organising a Christmas party, Mel, Sue and Mary are throwing them a surprise party. Director of BBC content Charlotte Moore said it was a privilege to be working on the "comeback show" of "three of the most talented women on British television". When it was announced that the BBC had lost the

‘Tech evangelist’ defends himself on harassment allegations, reveals he has no idea what sexual harassment is

‘Tech evangelist’ defends himself on harassment allegations, reveals he has no idea what sexual harassment is
Robert Scoble.Image: Ole Spata/Epa/REX/ShutterstockSexual harassment doesn't just mean a boss harassing his secretary. Any person in the workplace can sexually harass any of his colleagues—even if he doesn't have the power to "make or break" their careers.  That's something that Robert Scoble, the Silicon Valley entrepreneur, blogger, and fixture at tech conferences, doesn't seem to understand.  Scoble responded Wednesday afternoon to sexual harassment allegations against him with a lengthy, ill-advised blog post. Business Insider reported Friday that three women

How one actor turned her brush with street harassment into a raucous, emotional concert.

How one actor turned her brush with street harassment into a raucous, emotional concert.
Three years ago, Diana Oh was followed down the street and viciously catcalled by a group of men in an SUV. In the wake of that incident, the New York City-based actor and musician sat down in Times Square in her lingerie in front of a stack of paper bags arranged on a soapbox. One bag read, "The world bends over backward to make excuses for male violence." She stood there, silent, for hours, as passersby stared, applauded, jeered,