Bundy, the father of the jailed leader of the OR refuge occupation, and who was the center of a standoff with federal officials in Nevada in 2014, was arrested in Portland, the FBI said Thursday, Feb. If convicted, he could spend the rest of his life behind bars. So not only did Bundy not get away with essentially appropriating public lands for his own use and without payment, but he now stands to lose his own land and the cattle he refused to move that resulted in the armed standoff with ...
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The hospital's President and CEO, Allen Stefanek, said the situation was declared an internal emergency, telling NBC LA that the hospital's emergency room systems have been sporadically impacted by the malware. John Jenal. The average ransom demand is just $300, but if a hacker knows they've bested a wealthy organization desperate for its data back, they're likely to dream much bigger.
And while Howard says the new projects are different, we sure hope one of them is the next game in The Elder Scrolls series. Howard's tease could suggest that Bethesda is working on an entirely new IP, which would be a first in the studio's history since it spun off from Bethesda Softworks in 2002.
Cliven Bundy, the rancher at the center of a 2014 standoff in Nevada relating to grazing rights on federal land, was indicted Wednesday along with his sons, and two others on 16 felony charges. Constitution - and those who stood up to the federal government were thrown in prison. Other than Cliven Bundy, all those charged in the Nevada standoff Wednesday also face charges in the OR standoff.
He argues that Apple has access to the information, but that they are declining to provide access to the information. It emerged this week that the US Department of Justice is asking for Apple's help to get at data on iPhones relevant to more than a dozen separate investigations.