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_________________________ MARATHON CO., Wis. (WAOW) — Human trafficking concerns grow as the pandemic rolls on. Local law enforcement said Friday it’s because more kids are spending time online. They add that these times make it easier for predators to start conversations with children. Human trafficking is a term we hear often. It’s becoming more of...
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She’s engaged, so why is the prime minister regularly appearing on a dating app? Zara Beauchamp investigates the strange case of Jacinda Ardern’s cameos on Tinder. I have recently gone back on dating apps. Since I was last in this murky, selfie-filled world of flirtation and despair, several things have changed – not least, a...
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In the face of a virus that can spread when two people simply breathe the same air, dating amidst the coronavirus pandemic seems counterintuitive and plain dangerous. While COVID-19 poses very real health hazards, its interpersonal consequences — namely, the need for quarantine and social-distancing — have left people around the world craving connection. Humans...
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_________________________ A 17-year-old South Florida boy is facing sex trafficking charges after being accused of selling a 14-year-old girl on social media August 14, 2020, 6:06 PM 2 min read Share to FacebookShare to TwitterEmail this article MIAMI —A 17-year-old South Florida boy is facing sex trafficking charges after being accused of selling a 14-year-old...
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_________________________ By Kelsie Smith, CNN     (CNN) — It was a real whodunit when a stash of beer and gum from the 1980s was discovered behind the walls of the Mystery section at a Washington library. Due to the outbreak of Covid-19, the Walla Walla Public Library has been closed to the public since March and...
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_________________________ MIAMI (AP) — A 17-year-old South Florida boy is facing sex trafficking charges after being accused of selling a 14-year-old girl on social media. Miami Springs police officers were called to the Runway Motel on Tuesday night to check on a teenage girl who had run away from home after a family dispute, the...
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Tara Lachapelle is a Bloomberg Opinion columnist covering the business of entertainment and telecommunications, as well as broader deals. She previously wrote an M&A column for Bloomberg News. Read more opinion Follow @taralach on Twitter Mergers will live on in Wall Street’s Tinder-inspired tech future. Photographer: Kiyoshi Ota/Bloomberg Photographer: Kiyoshi Ota/Bloomberg Call it Deal Tinder....
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Fri, Aug 14th 2020 11:25 am #TruthAboutTrafficking social media campaign aimed at dispelling misconceptions; posters will be displayed at New York State Thruway service areas Human trafficking referrals rise in New York amid COVID-19 pandemic Gov. Andrew Cuomo on Thursday announced a new social media campaign to raise awareness of human trafficking and “help dispel common misconceptions about the...
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_________________________ The FBI in New Jersey is seeking potential victims of an alleged sexual predator who authorities say victimized sex workers nationwide for a decade. Jose Ovidio Torres, 43, is currently in federal custody on four counts of coercion and enticement. But the FBI said they believe Torres “has been preying on sex workers for...
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Law enforcement sources revealed on Thursday that a teenager who was stabbed and set ablaze in the Bronx had recently been dating his alleged killer’s younger sister, 14. Sources told the New York Post that 22-year-old Adones Betances was enraged by the age gap between Winston Ortiz, 18, and his sister, who cannot be named...
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A man who ran a human trafficking operation in parts of central and southeastern Pennsylvania was sentenced Thursday to a minimum of 55-and-a-half years in prison. Barry Charles Schiff, 52, whose sentencing was delayed several times since March, had remained in custody at Lancaster County Prison while he awaited sentencing. Kenneth James Crowell, 35, his...
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click to enlarge GOOGLE MAPS Opera Theatre of Saint Louis’s director of artistic administration resigned this week. On Tuesday, just over a year after Opera Theatre of Saint Louis announced the hiring of Damon Bristo as its director of artistic administration, the rising star in St. Louis’ opera community quit his...
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Officially deciding that you’re going to try your hand at online dating is the easy part. It’s choosing which dating site is worth the monthly subscription fee that trips most people up. Even folks who are novices in the online dating world probably have a general idea of the differences between popular dating apps and...
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LAS VEGAS (KTNV) — The Rape Crisis Center launched its Resources and Integration for Survivor Empowerment or RISE program in January and says it has assisted 72 human trafficking victims through the first six months of 2020. The RISE program, funded by a grant from the U.S. Department of Justice, provides crisis response and long-term...
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In July, we officially welcomed a distinguished group of 60 educators to The New York Times Teaching Project. Chosen from hundreds of applicants and representing 29 states, these teachers are passionate about bringing the mission of The Times — helping people understand the world through on-the-ground, expert and deeply reported…   Source: Dating Scams 101...
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When you were a kid did you ever sing that song “The wise man built his house upon the rock”? It’s the one with the disco actions that most Christian children’s songs were given. It may be a simple tune that was sung in countless assemblies and Sunday School gatherings, but the truth of building...
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_________________________ Federal prosecutors said in a court filing Thursday that the Bureau of Prisons has no plans to move Ghislaine Maxwell, longtime associate of Jeffrey Epstein, into the general population of the New York City jail despite her lawyers’ claims that she is being held in “uniquely onerous” conditions. Attorneys for Maxwell, who is being...
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Claire Harmeyer You hear it in the movies, and probably in real life from a brief Bumble fling: “This isn’t working, but I really want to be friends.” Cue the eye-roll emoji. Staying friendly with an ex is a slippery slope, and nine times out of ten, the post-breakup friendship is short-lived. But for me...
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_________________________ The Rape Crisis Center’s Resources and Integration for Survivor Empowerment, or RISE, program helped 72 human trafficking victims in the first six months of 2020, the center said in a statement Thursday. The program, which launched this year, is funded by a grant from the U.S. Department of Justice and provides 24/7 services to...
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A police detective in Edmonton says enforcement agencies around the world are seeing a spike in romance scams as fraudsters prey on people’s loneliness. “They’re using the coronavirus as a means for empathy, caring,” Det. Linda Herczeg said. The economic crimes detective says scammers will incorporate COVID-19 into their lies and say things like: “‘My...
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