The US Republican presidential nominee wants “extreme” new measures to counteract terrorism. Rio Day 10 ended with a dive as Bahamian sprinter Shaunae Miller threw herself across the finish line to win gold. And Snapchat’s missteps matter more now that it’s been cloned by Instagram.
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Donald Trump has called for “extreme vetting” and “ideological screening” of new US immigrants.
In a lengthy and grim speech on global security, the US Republican presidential nominee said if elected, he would institute “extreme” new measures to counteract terrorism, including an “ideological screening test” for all new US immigrants.
Trump compared the screening test to Cold War-era screening, saying that the US should only admit into the country those who “share our values and respect our people.” He also blamed the so-called “Age of Terror” on President Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton.
Trump also signaled that he would leave Guantánamo Bay open, call for an international conference on radical Islam, and end “the era of nation-building” he said was responsible for creating lawless countries in which terrorism could flourish.
Rio organizers said they “obviously regret” that US swimmers were robbed at gunpoint over the weekend.
Simone Biles’ quest for a fourth gold medal encountered a roadblock after she got bronze on the balance beam.
Brazil’s 22-year-old Thiago Braz da Silva won the gold medal in the men’s pole vault with a record-breaking 6.03 meters. It was the second gold medal for the host country of the Olympics.
And Day 10 ended with a dive as the Bahamas' Shaunae Millerthrew herself across the finish line to win gold in the women’s 400-meter race, narrowly beating out American Allyson Felix.
“I don’t know what happened. My legs started to get a little heavy and I was telling myself that I wanted it so bad and I just did whatever it took. Now I’m coming home with a gold medal, so it is such an amazing feeling for me,” Miller said.
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New York police charged a 35-year-old man from Brooklyn with the murder of a Queens imam and his associate.
Akonjee and Uddin were shot from behind Saturday afternoon while they were wearing traditional Islamic clothing; the $1,000 in cash Akonjee was carrying wasn’t taken. NYPD Chief Robert Boyce said the killing might have been a hate crime.
Protesters demanded justice at a funeral prayer service on Monday for Akonjee and Uddin. Spencer Platt / Getty Images
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