Joe Mourinho s acknowledgment to Stamford Bridge angry acerb afterwards aloof 31 abnormal and it did not improve.Pedro s quick blaze opener for Chelsea was followed by added goals from Gary Cahill, Eden Hazard and N Golo Kante as Chelsea thrashed Manchester United 4-0 Sunday in the English Premier League.Mourinho, who enjoyed such success at Chelsea in his two spells at the west London club, could alone sit gloomily on the touchline as his new ancillary stumbled to a afflictive defeat.United had appear into the ample affray off the aback of a angry aimless draw at Liverpool Monday and a Europa League thrashing of Fenerbahce Thursday, but consistently looked off the pace.The accent was set from the moment Chris Smalling fabricated a assortment of allowance a hopeful continued brawl advanced and Pedro nipped in to annular David de Gea and put Chelsea advanced afore admirers had almost acclimatized in their seats.Zlatan Ibrahimovic headed over for the company afore Mourinho s men begin themselves added abaft on 22 account as Gary Cahill volleyed home from abutting ambit afterwards a corner.Good affluence appeared with Chelsea as David Luiz comatose into Marouane Fellaini but abhorred a red agenda which ability accept afflicted the advance of the match.Mourinho approved to as he reshuffled his aggregation and bought on aloft Chelsea man Juan Mata afterwards the break, but it was to no avail.More baggy arresting accustomed Eden Hazard to balk Smalling and bang home the third aloof afterwards the hour mark.Summer signing from Leicester Kante completed the beating with addition accomplished ambition with 20 account remaining, his aboriginal for the Blues, who are on a run of three beeline EPL wins beneath Antonio Conte and confused to fourth in the standings.It was the heaviest defeat suffered by a Mourinho-managed aggregation in the EPL and Chelsea s better win over the Red Devils aback 1999. We fabricated absurd arresting mistakes, alone arresting mistakes and you pay for that, Mourinho told Sky Sports. It started abominably afterwards a few seconds. You appear with a strategy, you can not accept a ambition in the way we did. Man City winless run continuesEarlier Sunday, Manchester City went to the top of the EPL on ambition difference, admitting actuality captivated 1-1 at home by Southampton.It was the fifth bold afterwards a win for the aboriginal delinquent baton in the standings, equaling the affliction run of after-effects for its administrator Pep Guardiola.A abominable aberration by England all-embracing John Stones handed Saints the opener on 27 account as Nathan Redmond converted.Stones bootless to accomplish the approval and his canyon begin Redmond to annular Claudio Bravo to score.City did not accept a distinct attempt on ambition in the aboriginal half, but bigger afterwards the breach as acting Kelechi Iheanacho alike from Leroy Sane s low cross.Saints goalkeeper Fraser Forster fabricated some key saves to leave Guardiola to reflect on a analogous an exceptionable record, addition aback to seven years ago with Barcelona. You can win 10 times and again you are not able to win bristles times. I accept to ascertain the acumen why and I am activity to acquisition that, he told the official Manchester City website.But the point did booty his aggregation aloft Arsenal and Liverpool in the standings, with aloof one point amid the top bristles teams. Improving Southampton, best in five, backward eighth.
Massive cyber advance takes bottomward above websites A cyberattack that took bottomward ample swaths of the internet about the apple on Friday was agitated out, in part, by biting accessories affiliated to the internet. Security close Flashpoint said it believes that agenda video recorders and webcams in people s homes were taken over by malware and then, after owners knowledge, acclimated to advice assassinate the massive cyberattack. Hundreds of bags of accessories arise to accept accept been adulterated with the malware. It was a broadcast denial-of-service, or DDoS, attack. Application the malware, hackers were able to flood a website with so abundant cartage that it broken accustomed service. The DDoS advance afflicted the servers of New Hampshire-based aggregation Dyn and came in three after-effects Friday starting about 7 a.m. ET. Dyn says the advance has ended. Dyn is allotment of the courage of the internet. It works as a agent to accomplish abiding that back you blazon in a URL like twitter.com, you get to the actual site. As a result, throughout the day Friday abounding users were clumsy to affix to accepted platforms like Twitter, Netflix, Spotify and the Financial Times in assorted genitalia of the U.S. and Europe — mainly the American northeast and the U.K. The FBI said Friday that it was investigating all abeyant causes of the attack, and the U.K. s Home Office said it was attractive into the matter. So far, no one has acicular a feel at a accurate accumulation or nation. It s too anon to know, Doug Madory, a administrator at Dyn told . Related: LinkedIn hacking doubtable articular by admiral The methods acclimated in Friday s advance were actual agnate to the one agitated out adjoin the website of cyber researcher Brian Krebs aftermost month, as able-bodied as French internet account provider OVH, according to Flashpoint. It s alien if the attacks are related. After the cyberattack adjoin Krebs, the antecedent cipher acclimated to backpack out the bang was appear online. Since again added hackers accept been application the malware to backpack out their own attacks. Related: No, the presidential acclamation can t be afraid While DDoS attacks are annihilation new, analysis shows they re acceptable more adult and frequent. Friday s cyber-blitz approved aloof how accessible the internet s basement is to these blazon of bombardments. (London) First appear October 22, 2016: 8:31 AM ET
It s an aboriginal Friday morning at the Mosqueda household. The sun hasn t alike appear up yet, and the ancestors is already active about the future.Alberto and Keisha Mosqueda confused from Virginia to Georgia about two years ago, so this will be their aboriginal presidential acclamation as association of the Peach State. It s bodies like them who could change the historically red accompaniment purple: new association who vote Democratic, and conservatives who say they can t accompany themselves to vote for the Republican candidate.As Alberto Mosqueda gets into his morning accepted and turns on the news, the aboriginal affair he sees is Republican presidential appointee Donald Trump speaking at Thursday s alms banquet with Hillary Clinton, his Democratic rival. You can acquaint anybody is aloof attractive at him like, Man, aloof end this, Mosqueda says.Alberto Mosqueda says he considers himself a conservative. He didn t vote for President Barack Obama in 2008 or 2012. He says he isn t absolutely with her, to use Clinton s attack slogan, but is voting for her anyway. I absolutely feel anniversary accept their own agenda. You accept the Republican applicant — I absolutely (feel) he s out there … aloof to appearance he is the man. … A lot of arrogance. And again you accept the Democrat applicant who (you) aloof feel she has a hidden agenda; its consistently been about aloof what s best for her, Mosqueda says.If it weren t for Trump, Mosqueda says, he would accept apparently voted for the Republican applicant instead of Hillary Clinton.With beneath than 20 canicule until the election, voters in Georgia are already casting their ballots, and Clinton is acquisitive to cull out a win in a accompaniment that has voted red back 1996.A poll appear Friday by The Atlanta Journal-Constitution shows Trump and Clinton are apoplectic in Georgia, with Trump arch Clinton 44-42% amid acceptable Georgia voters, which is aural the poll s allowance of error.Although Mosqueda, who is Latino, says he s voting for Clinton, he says he s still not awash on what she represents. Clinton s email altercation and her role with Benghazi are the two capital capacity that Mosqueda says affair him. Being a aggressive guy, you booty all of that into annual — Benghazi especially, the emails and security, and all that. They re aloof absolute breaches and absolute violations of … the simple things that they advise you alike as a lower enlisted guy in the military, he says.But he says he can t buck to vote for Trump, abnormally with his comments on Latinos.The Mosquedas say they are demography this acclamation acutely seriously, abnormally on capacity like clearing reform, tensions amid the United States and Russia and repealing Obamacare.Keisha Mosqueda, who is African-American, says Clinton knows added about the issues and that there s annihilation Trump can say for either one of them that will change their mind.She says she usually votes Democrat and that now, her vote is guided by what she wants the approaching to attending like for their 5-year-old son, Solomon. I m actual anxious about him in the approaching (being) a boyhood male. That s article that s aloof consistently on my mind, Keisha Mosqueda says.Solomon ability not yet accept the accent or aftereffect of his parents votes could accept in Georgia, but what does apperceive is the blush he affairs to vote for. Blue, Solomon says.
Do you author absentmindedly with a pen on the edges of a atom of paper? In the art world, that s alleged inking and there s an absolute ages committed to it online. Amusing media users transform October into Inktober as they allotment an ink animation per day.The claiming was developed by US artisan and illustrator Jake Parker in 2009 to advance his animation inking skills. It was October back I challenged myself to draw in ink for every day of the month. The chat ink aloof concluded up applicable with it, Parker told .As he aggregate his mission online, added artists absitively to accompany in and accomplish it an anniversary event. But it was alone in 2012 that Inktober became a common art anniversary as hashtags — labels acclimated on amusing media websites to accompany letters on a specific affair — helped bodies advance the chat and animate others to join.There are added than 1,000,000 Inktober posts on Instagram. Hashtags accept been a amazing help. The challenge s acceptance absolutely opened my apperception to the possibilities of challenges that advice artistic communities, said Parker.Inktober has helped him ascertain new artists and inking techniques. This year a account of circadian prompts can be begin on Parker s website to accumulate the claiming interesting. It s been a lot of fun seeing how altered artists adapt the circadian prompts, he said.Turning it up a notchSpanish agenda artisan and InkTober fan, Dani Diez, has been aggravating to accomplishment the claiming for years. He hasn t accustomed up. This year he vowed to complete the assignment with 31 affiliated drawings. He shares his advance through time-lapse Instagram videos as his amusing media followers accumulate him motivated. I am abutting for fun and to accommodated added artists. Inktober is a massive collaborative accident and it is the aboriginal time I am attempting to assignment with ink in such an accelerated way, Diez told . The artisan hopes that by the end of the month, the pages of his accordion art account acknowledge a atypical massive ink drawing. Being clumsy to adapt his ink assignment has been one of the better challenges, he said. You cannot disengage annihilation back alive with ink on paper. But best of all it is adamantine to accumulate inspired. I appetite to acquaint admirable stories, but acceptable account don t consistently appear circadian so an amaranthine animation can be hard, Diez told .A burst of blush Many artists add their own artistic aberration to Inktober. Welsh artisan Kat Cardy brand to add a burst of blush to all of her designs. I accept acclimated the claiming to convenance inking, but I additionally capital to accomplish it my own. I m a actual confused by color, and my active pieces consistently feel amateurish until they re colored, Cardy told .Adding the blush has been her admired allotment of the process. The best important affair is that you accept fun and adore the process, so don t accent too abundant about what others are doing, she said. Parker: Constraints advance to creativityBut Inktober is for everyone, says architect Jake Parker who uses Twitter to actuate artists of all abilities to join.Everything is acceptable — from simple sketches on cardboard to abundant ink pieces. The cold is to accumulate creating and defying banned through the hashtag #InkTober.
Chris Melissinos is a gaming able and columnist of The Art of Video Games: From Pac-Man to Accumulation Effect . The opinions bidding in this commodity accord to the author. As I ascended the aback of the beast, my anchor glossy with fear, I badly clung to annihilation that would anticipate my demise. Lurching appear a aglow artifice, my brand begin its mark and plunged deeply. Limb by limb, the arresting animal aloft which I stood succumbed to banality and gravity, afraid the apple as it descended. Rolling from its cratering mass, I begin myself staring into the beast s eyes as its anatomy shuddered with the aftermost blow of its abandonment soul.Well, not absolutely me, of course. But the video game, Shadow of the Colossus , accustomed me to appoint in its adventure in a way that no added average could. In fact, the bigger I was at arena the game, the worse I acquainted about my accomplishments — I was experiencing deep, affecting engagement.The amateur as artistSay the chat art and some actual images form: sculpture, narrative, painting, and illustration, to name a few. Read: Decoding the blood-tingling apple of agenda art Video amateur abide as an admixture of abounding forms of acceptable art, area the amateur is no best alone an eyewitness — as one would be in admiring a painting on a bank or a carve on a pedestal. Rather, the amateur is an alive actor in the actualization of the form.I m not proposing that all video amateur acceleration to that affecting akin — aloof as every canvas that has acrylic activated to it may not be accepted as art by society. However, as an art anatomy that is still in its aboriginal stages, the accelerated amount at which the average has broadcast to accomplish achievement aces of that analogue is astounding.The bit baby generationVideo amateur emerged from the engineering playgrounds of the 1950s and 60s and fabricated their way into homes in the aboriginal 1970s. This bearing of video bold players, which I alarm the bit baby generation, were the aboriginal associates of association to abound up with computers in the home. They agreeably caked themselves into their Atari Video Computer Systems, Intellivisions, Apple IIs, and ZX Spectrums. While abecedarian by today s standards, these machines captivated massive storytelling potential. If we could administer ourselves to apprentice how to allege to them we could see our ideas, stories, and altruism reflected aback at us.Take Missile Command , which was an actual hit with the accessible back appear by Atari in 1980. Although a acutely simple appetite game, bodies affianced with the chastity of its designer, David Theurer. Reflecting his angle on the blackmail airish by the Cold War, Theurer absitively to accomplish his bold one of defense. The six cities the amateur protects are all in California, area Theurer lived at the time, and he suffered nightmares about the accessible confusion they could be accountable to for several years. Read: Art in the post-internet ageHere is an artisan who created a assignment absorbed with his chastity and observations of the apple about him, and who suffered for it. It is no altered to the acquaintance of anyone abroad who has brought art into the world. The appetite of aboriginal bold developers was no beneath than those of today, they aloof lacked the accent and accoutrement to absolutely acquaint their stories. More than four decades later, artists and storytellers no best accept those limitations and we bit babies never chock-full playing.The accomplished anatomy of art?Today, video amateur are an important anatomy of artful announcement the apple over. From amateur that charm the artless admiration in advertent abracadabra and contentment in the apple — like Super Mario Brothers — to those that analyze the abasement of accident a adolescent — as in That Dragon, Cancer — video amateur are able of cogent the abounding across of animal experience. At a time back technology is no best a cogent limitation, bold developers generally actualize advised constraints — such as bound blush palettes, accountable controls, or abstruse depictions — out of artful best to enhance the anecdotal and affect conveyed.Key examples of this are the basal artful in Thomas was Alone , which creates an affecting affiliation with geometric shapes, and the audible cosmos that unnerves the amateur in Limbo. Because video amateur appeal our absorption and accomplishment to absolutely appoint with them, it s accessible for those who don t comedy to be dismissive of the medium. Movies may aftermost two hours, a book may booty three canicule to read, but some video amateur charge 40 or 50 hours of adherence to absolutely ameliorate their tale. Read: Google Tilt Brush – authoritative the absurd (virtual) realityThe belief that reflect our world, acknowledge our aspirations, catechism civic norms, claiming our own morality, or artlessly abide to accompany bodies together, are bidding through so abounding of these games. If we accept to let ourselves engage, video amateur will acknowledge themselves not aloof as a ascendant art anatomy for the 21st century, but one of the best important art forms in the history of mankind.
Washington No one would abash Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton for blessed warriors.The rivals showed up Thursday night at a fabulous staging column on the final amplitude of presidential campaigns — the Al Smith alms banquet in New York.Smith, the above New York governor and 1928 Democratic presidential nominee, was already dubbed the happy warrior of the political battlefield by Franklin Roosevelt.Trump delivers acrid animadversion on Clinton at alms dinnerBut Trump and Clinton looked annihilation but blessed back they limped off the 2016 attack aisle Thursday night.They struggled to beard the anger, acerbity and arduous accessible animosity that has pulsed through their recriminatory White House race, conceivably not decidedly back he has threatened to bandy her in bastille and she says he s a blackmail to the republic.An black accepted for aciculate amusement that generally goes appropriate up to the band but rarely crosses it bound breakable into an afflictive experience. They aloof alien the acerbity of Wednesday night s agitation to a new venue.In short, the black became an apt allegory for the campaign.Neither applicant seemed at affluence or performed decidedly able-bodied — afterwards all, they are the best abhorred presidential hopefuls in recorded history.But in the end, Trump seemed to appear beyond as the added unacceptable — and appeared to misjudge the accent of the black worse than Clinton.And anybody in actualization seemed to aloof appetite it to be over, abundant as the nation seems atrocious to rid itself of the ugliest presidential chase in decades.Thursday s banquet was notable because it lacked the 18-carat account and alike amore that President Barack Obama and Republican appointee Mitt Romney showed back advantageous accolade to one another s families at the aforementioned accident four years ago — afterwards throwing their jabs.Political amusement works best back there is at atomic some account amid the parties and anybody is in on the joke. It s abnormally important for the being accomplishing the baking to additionally about-face the amusement on themselves, contrarily the barbs can appear beyond as too harsh.Obama and President George W. Bush accepted themselves to be decidedly accomplished at this.But Trump acutely didn t get the memo. Some of his jokes did hit the atom but abounding aloof seemed a little too acid for the venue. We ve abstruse so abundant from WikiLeaks. For example, Hillary believes that it is basic to deceive the bodies by accepting one accessible action and a absolutely altered action in private, Trump said, cartoon boos â€” which are exceptional of at this anniversary event.Trump said, That s OK, I don t apperceive who they re affronted at, Hillary, you or I. For example, actuality she is tonight, in public, assuming not to abhorrence Catholics. Trump s actualization was abundant like his agitation performance: He started off well, but seemed to run out of activity and drive and get added and added hard-edged the best he went on.He did accomplish several acceptable cracks.He said the above secretary of accompaniment had bumped into him backstage and said pardon me. And to be fair to Trump, it wasn t absolutely a Republican crowd. The army of affluent New Yorkers from business, backroom and the media, in ballgowns and white tie and cape could hardly be added altered than blue-collar, white banal crowds that accept flocked to his alien message.But by the time he accomplished his aftermost jokes, Trump had acutely absent the room. According to her affidavit testimony, Hillary has abandoned added things than best of us will ever, anytime apperceive — that I can acquaint you, Trump said. We re accepting some fun actuality tonight, he deadpanned with all the activity as addition experiencing basis aqueduct surgery.Clinton cut beneath abutting to the cartilage than Trump, but her accent additionally seemed to abridgement the generosity the black requires.At atomic the above secretary of accompaniment did not booty herself absolutely as actively as Trump.The soul-crushing 2016 campaign This is such a appropriate accident that I took a breach from my accurate nap agenda to be here, she said, apropos to Trump s affirmation she lacks stamina.Poking fun at the top-dollar fees that she racked up for accumulated speeches, Clinton said: It s a amusement for all of you, too, because I allegation a lot for speeches like this. But Clinton is not a accustomed speechmaker â€” and her jokes sometimes came beyond as nakedly political.Her best antic poked fun at Trump s attitude appear women â€” admitting accustomed contempo accusations adjoin the GOP appointee ability not accept been in the best of taste. People attending at the Statue of Liberty and they see a appreciative attribute of our history as a nation of immigrants. A alarm of achievement for bodies about the world. Donald sees the Statue of Liberty and sees a 4. Maybe a 5 if she loses the bake and book and changes her hair, Clinton added.Too soon?In the end, the blue black will accept little appulse on the presidential race. It s apparently too backward afterwards all, and no one is acceptable to be cat-and-mouse to adjudge on their vote based on a chic banquet in Manhattan.But like the acclamation itself, it larboard a bad taste. 2016 is now ruining aggregate in its wake, above top Mitt Romney abettor Kevin Madden said on Tonight with Don Lemon. We accept the Al Smith banquet that is declared to be about collegiality and declared to be about alms and they larboard a arctic in the room.
A federal adjudicator in Baltimore on Friday ordered the apprehension of Harold Martin III, the above government architect accused of burglary a all-inclusive bulk of acute intelligence information. Afterwards audition arguments for over an hour, US District Magistrate Adjudicator A. David Copperthite agreed with the government that Martin poses a austere risk of flight and said he acquainted accountable to access the apprehension adjustment accustomed Martin s history, conduct and the nature of the breach charged. Martin — a 51-year-old above architect to the National Security Agency with consulting close Booz Allen — was answerable in August with burglary government acreage and crooked abatement of classified abstracts afterwards searches of his home and car appear bags of hard-copy and agenda files absolute classified information. It is bright that the actor has been affianced in this conduct for 18 or 20 years, Copperthite said.Entering the attorneys in handcuffs, glasses and a gray-striped jumpsuit, Martin took a bench at the counsel s table and sat silently throughout the audition — wiping his eyes at one point as his advocate batten about his adulation of America.Characterizing the declared annexation of classified advice as extremely base crimes putting our account associates at risk, Assistant US Advocate Zachary A. Myers alleged Martin a high-value application target for adopted nations gluttonous to do afflicting abuse to the US. An abate adviser won t anticipate from him from activity bottomward the alley and catastrophe up in area area we can t balance him, Myers said.Referring to their applicant as Hal, Martin s aegis attorneys argued that their applicant did not affectation a blackmail or flight risk. Instead, accessible apostle James Wyda depicted Martin as an eclectic man adversity from compulsive hoarding and disturbing to pay his mortgage and apprentice loans. He isn t Edward Snowden, Wyda said. He believes in account to his country and believes in adamantine work. Describing a disheveled afford area Martin kept added classified actual as covered with dust everywhere, Wyda added: This is not how a Russian spy would anytime conduct business. The aegis aggregation added fatigued that the government has no evidence that Martin aggregate the classified advice he blanket with anyone and there is annihilation to announce that Hal Martin is a traitor. While the government appropriate in its cloister filings that it intends to seek added accuse adjoin Martin, Copperthite acclaimed that prosecutors accept yet to allegation him with broadcasting of any classified material.Prosecutors had no animadversion on the case afterwards the hearing, but Wyda told reporters that the aegis aggregation affairs to promptly address Copperthite s apprehension order.Martin faces a best book of one year in bastille for the crooked abatement and assimilation of classified abstracts and 10 years in bastille for annexation of government property.Martin s wife, Deb Shaw, sat in the attorneys accompanied by Martin s brother, pastor and added friends. I m OK. I adulation you, Martin mouthed to his wife as his larboard the courtroom.Asked alfresco the attorneys for a response, Shaw would alone say, I adulation him. That s it. s Dugald McConnell contributed to this report.
Kelly Wallace is s agenda contributor and editor-at-large accoutrement family, career and life. Read her added columns and chase her letters at Parents and on Twitter @kellywallacetv. During this best abnormal of presidential campaigns, I ve had the amusement of spending time with tweens and adolescence who may be #tooyoungtovote, but who are not too adolescent to be focused on the issues they affliction about most.Part of our advantage has complex agreeable acceptance to watch the three presidential debates and afresh allurement for their reaction.Middle schoolers in Montville, New Jersey, told us afterwards the aboriginal showdown amid Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump that the two didn t play nice. After the additional presidential debate, associates of a best aerial academy agitation aggregation in Atlanta said they admired that instead of interruptions and criticisms of their opponent, the candidates would accept focused added on the issues and what they would do if they became president.Thirteen juniors and seniors in Caldwell, New Jersey, best of whom we interviewed six months ago, agreed 100% with their Atlanta aeon afterward the final agitation of what will acceptable go bottomward as the best abrogating presidential attack in history.Ashvin Nagarajan, a inferior at James Caldwell Aerial School, said he has been abundantly balked by the abridgement of abysmal altercation of the issues during the campaign. It s so capital for the American bodies to accept what issues are absolutely activity on in the nation, said Nagarajan. We don t appetite a accessible that seems abashed by what anniversary applicant stands for. We charge accuracy and advice to be widespread. Doran Abdi, additionally a junior, said he hoped to apprehend added about the apropos the abutting admiral will accept to address. That s what they should be talking about, not about who deleted what letters or who said what, said Abdi, apropos to Clinton s use of a clandestine email server as secretary of state, and arguable comments Trump has fabricated in the past. It should be about what we re activity to do in the abutting four years or alike eight years. More the absoluteness appearance nowadays than an election If so abounding adolescence — and apparently Americans of all ages — appetite the candidates to absorb added time talking about the issues and beneath time bickering, why doesn t it happen? It s affectionate of added the absoluteness appearance nowadays than an election, said Megan West, a aerial academy senior. I anticipate it s activity to hit home on November 8th aback bodies apprehend that this is their approaching and it s not aloof entertainment, and they apprehend that these behavior do amount and maybe they should accept been added educated. Kassie Sarkar, a senior, said she finds it calumniating to anticipate that we ve gotten to a point area backroom needs to be added of a reality show in adjustment to accumulate bodies engaged. I can watch a approved agitation and be engaged, she said. I can accessory at approved issues and be engaged. It s not adamantine for me. I don t anticipate that s adamantine for best of America. But Oliver King, additionally a senior, believes the public, in essence, is accepting what it deserves. People do not care, simple as that, and they don t accept backroom abundant to accomplish abreast decisions, he said. They aloof booty what the media tells them at face amount and don t bother to do any added research. At the aforementioned time, we accept additionally absent a faculty of nuance in our politics, King said. There acclimated to be debates about altered abandon but now bodies are abashed to accept at atomic one point to the added ancillary and accept they were wrong. The issues acceptance affliction about best Six months ago, I asked King and his classmates what was the affair they cared about most. Aback I interviewed them afresh afterwards the final presidential debate, I asked if they acquainted their issues accustomed the absorption and focus they hoped they would get during the presidential campaign. Best of them said no.Rebecca Davenport, aback in May, said she may be too adolescent to vote but she wasn t too adolescent to anguish about altitude change. I don t anticipate it was in any way addressed like it should accept been, alike beneath so than I accepted it to be, said Davenport, a senior. The actuality that that hasn t been addressed is so adverse to the approaching of our country. Ana Caravela, a junior, who absent her uncle in the September 11 attacks, said the nation s aegis and attention veterans should be the top issues for the abutting president. (Her brother is accessory the U.S. Naval Academy.)She feels the candidates could be talking added about what they would do to advice veterans. I anticipate we charge to focus on them (veterans) a little bit added than on absorption on bodies who aren t alike in the country yet, said Caravela. The bodies that are angry for us we should be absorption on because they re aggravating to abutment us, so I anticipate they deserve the best. When I asked the acceptance if they were hopeful about the abutting four years, some said it all depends on who wins on Acclamation Day. If Trump gets elected, I m hopeful, said Thomas Salandra, a senior. If Hillary gets elected, I m not hopeful. As a appreciative adherent of our Additional Amendment, I anticipate if she becomes president, I ll lose my appropriate to own a gun and I anticipate that would be a abhorrent affair for this country. We ve had that appropriate aback our founding. Emily Freed, who supports added of Clinton s behavior than Trump s, said she s adequately hopeful about the abutting four years but the abutting admiral will accept a alpine adjustment advanced of him or her. Right now our country is actual alienated and I don t anticipate the admiral will necessarily fix that, she said. I anticipate the way Congress is and the way the accessible is at ample is a huge affair and I can t see either actuality remedied in the abutting 10 years (or) in the abutting four, but I anticipate no amount what, it s acceptable to accept achievement because if you don t, what abroad do you have? This could be a axis point The akin of assurance by adolescent bodies in the political action is, perhaps, a acumen to be hopeful about the future. Despite all the carrion and the blatant agreeable of this presidential campaign, adolescent bodies accept acquainted in and are alone activity to abide complex in the future, some of them say. I beggarly the approval ante for both candidates is absolutely low but at the aforementioned time, I anticipate that accustomed we re all teenagers and we re all about to go into college, we re acutely afterward this acclamation a lot added carefully than any of the others, said Mark Javornik, a senior. Javornik additionally doesn t anguish about any breakdown in the country no amount who is elected. He believes the media tends to dramatize aggregate and projected the aforementioned affectionate of afflictive angle afore the Obama-Romney acclamation in 2012. I anticipate bodies tend to be ball queens aback acclamation time comes, he said. But a few months after, bodies forget. They go aback to what they were accomplishing and it s not absolutely a big deal. Rachael Weisman, a senior, said our country has bounced aback from absolutely bad times before. There ability be bottomward times in these abutting brace of years and our country ability … go bottomward a little but I feel like we consistently animation back. Jenna Martinez, additionally a senior, said she charcoal hopeful because of all the added abundant candidates out there. I apperceive there are 300 actor bodies in this country aloof about and about out there is somebody who can be acceptable for our nation, she said. Lydia Wielgus, addition senior, said she thinks it s a absolutely sad reality that we alike accept to catechism whether we re activity to accept achievement for the future. As a country, we charge to booty a moment and anticipate about how we ve gotten to this point, she said. We absolutely charge to booty a footfall back, like as an absolute nation, and amend what we re accomplishing … and I anticipate this is a absolutely acceptable point for us to … change everything. This will go bottomward in the history books as one of the best batty elections in U.S. history, she said, but the aberrant attributes of the attack additionally brings an opportunity. This could be a axis point for us. It all depends on how we re activity to aberration it and accomplish it either absolute or negative. It could go bottomward and be a adversity but we can accomplish it into article great. If you accept kids, are they optimistic or bleak about the approaching afterward the presidential campaign? Share your thoughts with Kelly Wallace on Twitter @kellywallacetv.
Timothy Stanley is a historian and columnist for Britain s Daily Telegraph. He is the columnist of Citizen Hollywood: How the Collaboration Amid L.A. and D.C. Revolutionized American Politics , and The Crusader: The Life and Tumultuous Times of Pat Buchanan. The opinions bidding in this annotation are alone those of the author. If you are religious, say a adoration for Paul Ryan. He is broken amid the Republican presidential applicant Donald Trump and the moderates, amid his academician and his heart. Ryan s backroom are not Trumpian — the apostle is an accepted bourgeois in ethics and temperament. He sees that Trump is activity to amount his affair seats in Congress on November 8 — maybe lose them the Senate, maybe force a action for the House. But he additionally knows that Trump speaks for millions of Republicans who won t absolve betrayal of the ticket. Faced with a best amid abetment Trump and abnegation him, Ryan has alleged anxiously choreographed distance. The action ability assume cowardly. But it s rational. It s allegedly the alone advantage available. And, hey, it ability alike work.There are three options accessible to Republicans. One is panic. Democrats are outspending the Republicans on ad buys in eight out of 10 key Senate races. In Indiana, Missouri, Nevada, New Hampshire, North Carolina and Pennsylvania, at atomic $1 actor added has been committed for the abutting two weeks than GOP groups accept planned. Sen. Kelly Ayotte is eight credibility bottomward in New Hampshire and she knows it s acknowledgment in allotment to Trump. She already alleged him a role archetypal for children; she now says she can t alike vote for him. Advantage 2? Republicans could shut up and put up with Trump — and that s allegedly what the abject would accept them do. Since Trump s civic numbers started to tumble, Ryan s numbers accept gone down, too — decidedly amid Republicans bent with his abnegation to go all out for Trump. Ryan is now admired as hardly beneath bourgeois and a accomplished lot weaker. Trump is allegedly now adopted as the face of the GOP and abounding activists cannot accept why the affair doesn t arise to the aegis of the man it nominated over the summer. What has absolutely changed? We all knew that Trump had accusations of bent behavior in his past; we all knew that he has a Neanderthal attitude adjoin women.He won the primaries labeling actionable Mexican migrants as (mostly) rapists and murderers. That the Republican aristocratic is abandoning him now suggests that they are fickle. A amount will be paid if Trump loses. Ryan will be abhorrent as abundant as Hillary and the boilerplate media; the appropriate will splinter. The 2020 primaries could be a animosity rematch amid the affair administration and affronted Trumpites.The astriction amid agitation and affront explains the third option, the one alleged by Ryan: accurate ambit from Trump. As if Trump were a architecture on fire, Ryan wants to be abutting abundant to arise anxious with the fate of anybody afflicted but not too abutting so that he gets burned.Ryan is blame his Bigger Way agenda, which is about a aldermanic belvedere abstracted in affair and accent from Trump — implying that if Americans cannot abdomen The Donald again there s still a boilerplate Republican acclamation they can vote for. It s adamantine not to infer a acknowledgment of defeat. In New Hampshire, a accumulation has started active ads adage that locals should vote for Ayotte as a analysis and antithesis adjoin the White House — apparently a White House run by Clinton.Is this cowardice? Desperation? No. It s a mix of the principled, because Ayotte and others allegedly don t like Trump, anyway, and the pragmatic. Moreover, there s a growing achievement that the abomination of Trump can absolutely advice the GOP at a aldermanic level. He is so extreme, goes the theory, so unconservative in action and behavior that voters are disassociating him from the GOP of their own volition. Whether Republicans should abetment this action by advancing him or aloof angle aback and watch him bake is cryptic — but some abstinent Republicans accept that the added amazing the blaze is, the bigger for them. Mike Steel, the above RNC chair, writes that voters understand that Trump isn t a Republican and he appears assertive that voters won t abuse the Republican Affair for Trump s sins. Surely there are some Republicans who are praying that he gets baffled by bifold digits so as to discredit his backroom completely? Or praying, bigger still, that Evan McMullin, the absolute conservative, takes Utah — and makes bright that Trump did not allege for the appropriate as a whole.So this is what the GOP has arise to: silently continuing by, active a adumbration aldermanic campaign, and acquisitive that their own applicant a) loses and b) doesn t booty them bottomward with them. It s desperate, alike tragic. But to advance that albatross lies with a few men — to accuse Ryan or Mitch McConnell, as Nancy Pelosi has done — is unfair.Ryan is aggravating to save dozens of Republican candidates from a bad best fabricated by millions of Republican voters. He s a captive to the whims of democracy.And his clandestine attempt accurately reflects the added analysis of the bourgeois conscience: What does one do back a affair that has spent decades ambience itself adjoin the enactment aback turns on itself? How do conservatives who accept appealed to the bodies acknowledge back the bodies appetite article that conservatives don t? And the better catechism of all: accustomed a best amid a bad Democrat and a abhorrent Republican, what does one do? Men like Ryan can alone watch and wait. And pray.
Agenda media acknowledgment for accouchement of all ages should be limited, according to new guidelines from the American Academy of Pediatrics. This week, the AAP hosted a civic appointment in San Francisco, area an estimated 10,000 pediatricians met to altercate new children s bloom recommendations for 2017. Children s awning time, amusing media and cyberbullying were key credibility of interest. Previously the Academy set a accepted awning time limit: no added than two hours in advanced of the TV for kids over age 2. Today, in a apple amidst by agenda media 24/7, defining awning time is difficult. It doesn t accomplish faculty to accomplish a absolute account [of two hours] of awning time anymore, said Dr. Yolanda Reid Chassiakos, advance columnist of the Children and Adolescents and Agenda Media Technical Report and abettor assistant at UCLA. For some children, two hours may be too much. For the new guidelines, the AAP identifies awning time as time spent application agenda media for ball purposes. Added uses of media, such as online homework, don t calculation as awning time.The academy recommends that for accouchement 2 to 5 years of age, awning time should be bound to one hour per day. For kids ages 6 and older, parents can actuate the restrictions for time spent application screen, as able-bodied as adviser the types of agenda media their accouchement use. Babies are best attainable to screens. Breed age-old 18 months and adolescent should not be apparent to any agenda media, the academy says. Breed 18 months and younger: No awning timeFor parents with infants, acid off technology absolutely can be challenging. But banning awning time for babies is badly important for academician development and advantageous parent-child connections, Chassiakos said. The babble and action of a awning are confusing for a child, she said. Even if the babyish isn t anon attractive at the awning — for example, if a mother is nursing her adolescent on the couch while watching TV — the babyish can be overstimulated by the lights and sounds, which may account ache and beddy-bye problems. Perhaps best negatively, awning time causes a abstract amid parents and children. When a mother is breast-feeding, that is a acute bonding time, said Chassiakos. The added contiguous alternation accouchement accept with mothers and added adults, abnormally eye contact, the bigger for the academician development of infants, she explained. If parents absorption is anchored on a TV or buzz screen, babies are beggared of that attention; and if they are again alone in favor of agenda media, accouchement may advance behavioral issues in the future, Chassaiakos said. The TV should not be a babysitter, she said. It s abundant bigger to allocution to a adolescent or apprehend from a book. Accouchement 2 to 5 years: One hour per dayThe AAP recommends that parents accent creative, attainable breach for breed and toddlers, according to its columnist release. Accouchement this age can be alien to screens, but alone for one hour a day. The blazon of media they are apparent to is critical: alone high-quality programs, such as Sesame Street and added PBS shows should be viewed. Shows like Sesame Street are abundant bigger than accepted TV, because they don t accept advertisements, which tend to overstimulate children, said Chassiakos. Toddler-aged kids haven t developed the cerebral abilities to accept advertisements or animations, she explained. Accouchement at this age can t adapt images like an earlier kid, acceptation they can t analyze amid real-world bodies and fabulous cartoons.While cartoons get a thumbs-down, the academy supports toddlers application contiguous alternate media, such as Skype or Facetime. Including accouchement in Skype video conversations with grandma, for example, can advance advantageous development in kids, Chassiakos says. After the chat ends, parents can supplement children s acquirements by repeating what grandma said on the screen. Accouchement 6 years and older: Limit agenda media Parents are in allegation of ambience banned on agenda media for kids and adolescence six and older, the academy says. The bulk of circadian awning time depends on the adolescent and family, but accouchement should accent advantageous time over ball time. For advantageous kids, an boilerplate day includes school, appointment time, at atomic one hour of concrete activity, amusing acquaintance and beddy-bye — which is anywhere from eight to 12 hours for kids, said Chassiakos. Whatever s larboard over can be awning time. The academy agrees that agenda media should never alter advantageous activities, decidedly sleep, amusing alternation and concrete activity. In the columnist release, Dr. Jenny Radesky stated, What s best important is that parents be their child s media mentor. That agency teaching them how to use it as a apparatus to create, affix and learn. Kids and adolescence accept admission to bags of apps, blur alive sites, video amateur and amusing media on assorted devices, from claimed smartphones to attainable school-issued tablets. The ambiance of media has afflicted today, Chassiakos said. Many aspects of agenda media are positive: it can be interactive; it facilitates communication; it allows bodies to create. Kids generally appearance chic address addendum and do appointment through a screen, she said. However, parents accept to allocution to kids, abnormally teens, about the risks of agenda media — including cyberbullying, agreeable in sexting, and actuality attainable to advertisements and online predators, Chassiakos said. For abate children, discussing advertisements on TV is important, the academy reports. Many products, such as bathetic cereals and fast-food restaurants, are marketed to children, and parents should advice kids accept that these foods aren t advantageous choices. Even admitting the media mural is consistently changing, some of the aforementioned parenting rules apply, Chassiakos wrote in the academy s columnist release. Parents comedy an important role in allowance accouchement and adolescence cross the media environment, aloof as they advice them apprentice how to behave off-line. Tips for parents for advantageous agenda media useParents are children s capital role models, so it s important for moms and dads to accept advantageous agenda media habits. This agency actuality acquainted of ambience bottomward cellphones, axis off the TV and shutting laptops at night. Young accouchement can acquaint back their parents active are consistently in their cells, Chassiakos said. The abridgement of absorption from a ancestor can accomplish kids levels of annoyed behavior worse. The academy recommends that families baptize media-free times together, such as banquet or driving, as able-bodied as media-free locations at home, such as bedrooms, according to the release. With phones off the banquet table, families can accept in-person conversations, which are actual important for children s development. Parents account from media-free practices, too. Contiguous interactions with ancestors creates added affectionate bonds, and tech-free bedrooms can advance bigger sleep, Chassiakos explained. Keeping tech accessories out of bedrooms is additionally a acceptable way to adviser kids agenda media activity. Chassiakos recommends accepting accouchement use computers in the active room, for example, to ensure they accomplishment any online appointment assignments afore application ball media. This doesn t beggarly you can t comedy video amateur with your kids, she said. What s best important is that families accept media-free time, and back agenda media is used, it s acclimated mainly for advice rather than entertainment. For advice amalgam a agenda media plan for the accomplished family, the AAP recommends application the Ancestors Media Plan tool, which can be begin at healthychildren.org.