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Story Jan. 22, 2021 Faculty voice: Gaming and toxicity – MSUToday – MSUToday

| January 26, 2021

Rabindra (Robby) Ratan is an associate professor and AT&T Scholar in the Department of Media and Information in the College of Communication Arts and Sciences as well as Social and Psychological Approaches to Research on Technology-Interaction Effects (SPARTIE) Lab. Last month, Ratan co-authored an op-ed in Wired titled Toxicity in Gaming Is Dangerous. Here's How to Stand Up to It.The following content is repurposed with permission

Jewish communities in New York City and across the country tighten security protocols as threats mount – SecurityInfoWatch

| January 24, 2021

As if the affirmation was truly needed.

FBI and Huntsville Police Announce Reward and Billboard Campaign to Assist in Identifying Person of Interest in Vandalism of Jewish Synagogues FBI -…

| January 24, 2021

Special Agent in Charge (SAC) Johnnie Sharp, Jr. and Huntsville Police Chief Mark McMurray today announced rewards totaling $18,000 for information that leads to the arrest and conviction of the individual responsible for the vandalizations of the Etz Chayim Synagogue on April 9, 2020, and the Chabad of Huntsville on April 10, 2020. The announcement was made at a press conference held at Huntsville Police Headquarters this afternoon.

Woodland Park man arrested for US Capitol insurrection – FOX21News.com

| January 24, 2021

DENVER (KDVR) Robert Gieswein, 24, turned himself over to authorities in Teller CountyMonday evening, according to the Teller County Sheriffs Office. Federal prosecutors areaccusing Gieswein of participating in the insurrectionat the U.S.

FBI and Huntsville police announce reward in Identifying person of interest in vandalism of Jewish Synagogues – WVTM13

| January 24, 2021

CARLA: NEW THIS MORNING, NEARLY $20,000 IN REWARD MONEY IS BEING OFFERED FOR INFORMATION ABOUT LAST YEARS ANTI-SEMIT VANDALISM IN HUNTSVILLE. THIS IS ONE OF TWO SYNAGOGUES THAT WERE DEFACED LAST SPRING. THE FBI HAS SINCE IDENTIFIED A PERSON OF INTEREST FROM SURVEILLANCE FOOTAGE

Parents outraged over students Confederate flag face mask demand action – WKRN News 2

| January 24, 2021

by: Andy Banker, KTVI, Nexstar Media Wire OAKVILLE, Mo. (KTVI) Parents are demanding action from administrators at a Missouri high school after a seniorwore a Confederate flag face mask to school. One parent said the student showed up at OakvilleHigh School wearing the Confederate flag mask and was allowed to continue through his school day

QAnon after Trump: Believers of the conspiracy theory at risk of further radicalization, experts warn – CTV News

| January 24, 2021

TORONTO -- Over the course of Donald Trump's presidency, QAnon conspiracy theorists those who believe in a deep state plot against Trump, along with a shadowy cabal of pedophiles and child traffickers embedded in the upper echelons of U.S. power have waited and watched for a reckoning in the U.S.

Decoding the extremist symbols and groups at the Capitol Hill insurrection – ABC17News.com

| January 12, 2021

Flags, signs and symbols of racist, white supremacist and extremist groups were displayed along with Trump 2020 banners and American flags at Wednesdays riot at the US Capitol. The pictures tell part of the story of the beliefs of some of those who chose to show up on that day from passionate and peaceful Trump supporters to extremists who showed their hate with their symbols as well as their actions.

Lawmakers Fear More Violence Ahead Of Inauguration Day : Insurrection At The Capitol: Live Updates – NPR

| January 12, 2021

At a bus stop on Pennsylvania Avenue Northwest in Washington, D.C., a notice from the FBI seeks information about people pictured during the riot at the U.S. Capitol on Wednesday. Al Drago/Getty Images hide caption At a bus stop on Pennsylvania Avenue Northwest in Washington, D.C., a notice from the FBI seeks information about people pictured during the riot at the U.S.

The Big Question: Can the U.S. Defuse Violent Right-Wing Extremism? – BloombergQuint

| January 10, 2021

(Bloomberg Opinion) -- This is one of a series of interviews by Bloomberg Opinion columnists on how to solve todays most pressing policy challenges. It has been condensed and edited.


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