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Arlington Heights Daily Herald (Newspaper) - May 21, 2015, Arlington Heights, IllinoisPage 2 Section 1 daily Herald thursday May 21, 2015 a big picture the stress of the presidency has been known to Wear physically on the commander in chief. Is that happening to Barack Obama each month Well print a photograph from the inauguration Jan. 20, 2009, and later images and let you be the . 20, 2009 has the Job aged him March 20, 2011 april 20, 2010 May 20, 2012 aug. 20, 2013 feb. 20, 2014 May 20, 2015 want to subscribe missing a paper Call 847 427-4333 by 9 . Or go to and Click on customer services. Send tips to . Contact us Index business 3-1 classifieds 5-5 comics 5-4 editorials 1-12 lottery 1-14 neighbor 5-1 obituaries 3-3 sports 2-1 the nation fatal jump a stunt gone awry twin Falls Idaho authorities say a 73-year-old base jumper bodied after leaping Froman Idaho Bridge had set his Parachute Bonfire As part of a stunt. A graphic video of the fatal jump posted to youtube on monday shows someone engulfed in flames and falling from the Perrine Bridge into the Snake River 500 feet below. James had apparently planned to ditch the flaming Parachute an deploy a Sec Ond Chute in themay 7 stunt. Farmers offer to give up water Sacramento, group of California Farmers in a surprising turnaround is volunteering to give up a fourth of its available water this year sharing a resource All but guaranteed to them for More than a Century. From business standpoint it makes a lot of sense to do our part and to help in the Emer gency Spaletta said. At this Point obviously were in an absolute drought emergency. Credit data agencies to change Columbus Ohio three nationwide credit report ing agencies have agreed to fix disputed information on credit reports More quickly wait longer before adding potentially damaging information nonmedical debt and scrutinize certain data furnished by outside entities according to a multistage settlement announce wednes Day. miked wine announced the pact that Equi fax esperian Ander Ansuncion struck with attorneys general in 31 states. It Calls for the agencies to pay a combined $6million to participating states and to adjust a Host of business practices Over the next three years. Anti death penalty Bill passes Lincoln, lawmakers gave final approval on wednesday to a Bill Abol Ishing the death penalty that would make it the first conservative state to do so since 1973 if the measure becomes Law. The vote margin in the uni Cameral legislature Asmore than enough to override a promised veto from gov. Pete Ricketts a supporter of capital punishment. Accused of attack on Boyfriend Spring Mills say a Pennsylvania woman in an outrage of jealousy attacked her 82-year-old boy Friend with a Hacksaw and a Model daily times reports 46-year old Bonnie Treaster of Cen Rehall was arraigned tues Day on aggravated and simple assault charges. Her Boyfriend told police Treaster threw him Down climbed onh Imand hit Himon the head with an exhaust says she grabbed a Hacksaw and tried to pull Down his pants. He says she later hit him in the Mouth with Amodel plane. Thema needed stitches and had minor brain bleed. . Sending antitank missiles . Is sending Iraq Smili tary 1,000 antitank weapons to defend against armoured vehicles jury rigged by islamic state into otherwise unstoppable suicide bombs like those it used to capture ramada. Officer Dies after shooting Omaha, police chief says an officer shot while helping serve an arrest warrant has died As has the suspect. Police chief Todd Schmaderer said wednesday that 29-year-Oldofficer Kerrie Orozco died at Creighton uni varsity medical Center shortly after the 1 . Shooting. Schmaderer said the suspect 26-year-Oldmarcuswheeler, also died at the Hospital. Space plane launches Cape canaveral Fla. Mysterious space plane rocketed into Orbi wednes Day carrying no Crew but a full Load of technology Force launched its unmanned mini shuttle ing. Anatlas v rocket lifted it up and out Over the Atlantic. This is the fourth flight for the military research program which is shrouded in secrecy. The last x-37bmission lasted 674 Days and ended with a California touchdown. The world wars getting bloodier London the number of people killed inward has surged More than60per cent in two years Evenas the incidence of Active conflicts declines with combatants resorting Tomor extreme being fought in City streets. Fatali ties jumped to180,000 in2014 from110,000 in2012, the inter National Institute for strategic studies said wednesday. Some 70,000died i Syria alone where about 200,000people since the conflict ignited in2011. Cruise ship headed to Boston san Juan puerto Rico the norwegian Dawn a cruise ship carrying nearly 3,500 Pas sengers and Crew that ran aground on a reef near Ber Muda was Back on course to Boston on wednesday after repairs remade to its steer ing system officials said. Netanyahu cancels bus plan Jerusalem prime minis Ter Benjami Netanyahu on wednesday cancelled a plan that would have banned pal estonian labourers from Riding on the Sambus Leswith jewish settlers in the West Bank just hours after it was announced an embarrassing about face that reflected the ten Sions enveloping israelis new government. Complaint targets Duck killing Mexic City mexican environmental authorities say they have filed an animal cruelty complaint Over a cer Emony practice by mayan Community in Yucatan state that includes ripping the head off a live ceremony is known in the mayan Lan Guage As Kots Kaal Pato which roughly translates As strangle the Duck or dance of the strangled Are tied to a High wooden crossbeam by their feet and youths from the Village of Cit ileum compete to see who can grab the ducks head and tear it office for environmental Protection said wednesday that it had filed the cruelty com Plain with prosecutors. World & nation in 60 seconds by Mike Debonis and Ellen Nakashima the Washington Post. Washington a bitter Ideo logical Divide in Congress appeared destined wednesday to at least temporarily end the bulk collection of americans phone records As government officials warned they would have to begin shuttering the program after Friday if lawmakers fail to act. In a memorandum the Justice department said the National Secu Rity Agency would need to act to ensure that it does not engage in any unauthorized collection or use of the data should the program not be extended before a june 1 deadline. The memo along with comments wednesday by Fri director James Comey puts pressure on lawmakers to act at a time when congressional republicans remain divided Over the a says controversial gathering of Pri vate Telephone records for counter terrorism purposes. The House last week overwhelmingly passed a Bill that would sharply limit the record gathering with nearly 200 Republican votes. But Senate majority Nell r-ky., favors a Long term continuation of the existing phone data collection program and has suggested that the House Bill will not gain enough votes to move Forward in the Senate. He instead raised the possibility of a Short term Extension of the current authority under the Patriot acts Sec Tion 215. What i think is the most important thing is to make sure we still have a program a program that works and helps protect the Ameri can people from attacks Mccon Nell said tuesday. Thatus the Bottom line Here. And were going to work toward addressing that this week an dwell see How it turns out. But House Republican leaders have said they have no plans to bring a Short term Extension to a vote before leaving for a we Klong recess thursday effectively foreclosing any temporary fix. And there is strident opposition from some senators to an Extension of any length. Sen. Rand Paul r-ky., who is run Ning for president took to the Senate floor wednesday afternoon to begin what he told his political supporters would be a filibuster of attempts to extend current Law. I for one say there needs to be a thorough debate a thorough and Complete debate Over whether we need to allow our government to col Lect All of our phone records All of the time Paul said at the outset of his remarks which continued into wednesday evening. Paulus Marathon speech raised the possibility that the Senate will not be Able to vote on surveillance Legisla Tion until saturday Well after House members leave town. If senators pass the House Bill the Usa Freedom act there will be no lapse in collection. Otherwise there will almost certainly be a lapse because the House is not set to meet again until june 1 hours after the current authority would expire. Some Senate Republican leaders suggested the House could take up a Short term Extension when it returns. But the Justice department made Clear that the government needs to know congresses intentions this week. The current court order authorizing the program requires the government to file for any renewal no later than Friday if it intends to continue the collection according to the memo which was obtained by the Washington Post. After that the memo says it will become increasingly difficult for the government to avoid a lapse in the current Asa pro Gram of at least some duration. It added in the event of a lapse in authority and subsequent reauthorization there will necessarily be some Tim needed to restart the program. Meanwhile Comey warned the june 1 Sunset affects not Only the a says bulk collection but also three Legal tools that he said Are critical to the bureaus investigations of terrorists and spies. They Are noncontroversial he said and Are getting drowned out by the focus on then a program. Section 215 not Only authorizes the contested bulk phone records col Lection but also enables the Fri to obtain a court order for data on individual suspects Comey said. Congress May scale Back Asa data collections a s soc i a t de pre s s / april 7, 2015 gop sen. Rand Paul of Kentucky holds up his cell phone As he Speaks before announcing the Start of his presidential Campaign in Louisville by. The Republican divisions Over the Issue was on Stark display in the Senate on wednesday As Paul a candidate for president stood on the floor and spoke at length about his opposition Tonsa spying. The Washington Post Washington . Troops and defense depart ment employees improperly used their government charge cards to spend More than $1 million in casinos and strip clubs in one year and the government is still struggling to Stop it according to a new report released monday by the top Pentagon watchdog. The defense department inspector general found that in the 12 months end ing june 30, 2014, $952,258 was improperly spent using government charge cards in casinos and $96,576 was spent in adult entertainment Stab Lisments. The numbers would have been even higher the watchdog found but some transaction were declined. The charges examined included 4,437 made in Casi nos and 900 made in adult entertainment venues the in the most adult entertainment charges flagged by the watchdog Fol Lowed by Theair Force. In one example an enlisted Sailor with naval special War fare group made 12 transactions on a government credit card totalling $1,116 at adult entertainment establishments while travelling on a 17-Day business trip to Elpaso Texas. The same Sailor charged an additional $648 on the same card for food drinks and withdrawals at other Busi Nesses on the same trip the in found. While in Elpaso the card Holder spent More than six times his total allotted Money for expense which included dreams cabaret jaguars Gold club tequila Sunrise and red Parrot gentle menus club the report said. 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