An Israeli technology called “SealSand” is being touted as a possible tool to help clean up oil spilled in the Gulf of Mexico. According to Wayne Fried, CEO of US distributor Sealeon, and Richard Fried, Sealeon marketing director, the biggest obstacle to deploying the technology is the question of who would pay for it to be produced. Here is their interview and a demonstration from CNBC:
Leading organizations in the Denver Jewish community are deeply disturbed that a man reportedly made anti-Islamic statements and threatened four men with a rifle outside the Downtown Denver Islamic Center.
The number of reported hate crimes in Colorado increased by 16 percent between 2017 and 2018 while the number of reported cases nationwide slightly decreased, according to the FBI’s annual hate crime report released today.