CHICAGO (CBS Chicago/CBS News) — The much-anticipated rollout of faster wireless service called 5G begins on Wednesday – but it will not be available to people around Chicago’s two major airports. Verizon and AT&T are delaying the launch of their new 5G technology near O’Hare and Midway international airports, and dozens of other airports across the country – amid warnings from some airlines that the rollout could lead to “catastrophic disruption” of travel and shipping operations. READ MORE: Navy Veteran Had Stroke In Costa Rica, And Now He's Stranded As Family Tries To Pay Five-Figure Medical Bills “At our sole discretion we have voluntarily agreed to temporarily defer turning on a limited number of towers around certain airport runways as we continue to work with the aviation industry and the FAA to provide further information about our 5G deployment,” an AT&T spokesperson said in a statement. CBS News correspondent Skyler Henry confirmed the rollout will be … [Read more...] about AT&T And Verizon Delay Rollout Of New 5G Service Near O’Hare, Midway, Other Airports After Airlines Warn Of Delays
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CHICAGO (CBS) — Imagine going to pick up your groceries when you suddenly receive a message on your phone that you’re being followed. CBS 2 Investigator Megan Hickey has been tracking what’s many are called AirTag stalking , wherein people use tiny Apple AirTags on unsuspecting victims. READ MORE: Navy Veteran Had Stroke In Costa Rica, And Now He's Stranded As Family Tries To Pay Five-Figure Medical Bills On Tuesday, another victim came forward. She said she wished she had taken the alert she received more seriously. The woman, Elizabeth, got the notification to her phone as she was pulling out of a grocery store parking lot in Edgewater with her toddler. She had driven 35 minutes before she realized an AirTag was still tracking her location. “I think it’s an easy tool to track people and to do it relatively anonymously — and that’s concerning,” Elizabeth said. She is talking about an AirTag – a tracking device designed to work as a key finder. But since its launch in … [Read more...] about Another Chicagoan Comes Forward, Says Apple AirTag Was Used To Track And Stalk Her
SAN FRANCISCO INT’L AIRPORT (CBS SF) – Travel experts warned that Wednesday could see significant flight disruptions, as Emirates, ANA, Japan Airlines and Air India announced suspension of service to several US cities, in the wake of Verizon and AT&T’s 5G nationwide launch. “If you don’t have to travel on Wednesday, don’t. If you can postpone your trip even 24 hours, you may be better off. I think Wednesday is going to be a very chaotic day,” said Henry Harteveldt, an airline industry analyst. “It’s a fasten your seatbelt, hang on kind of week, and the next few weeks as well.” READ MORE: Friends, Loved Ones Remember Michelle Go, Killed In NY Subway Attack At San Francisco Chinatown Vigil In a written statement , the Emirates said flights will be suspended starting Wednesday until further notice. The airline said it is also suspending service to eight other U.S. airports, including Boston (BOS), Chicago (ORD), Dallas-Fort Worth (DFW), Houston (IAH), Miami (MIA), Newark … [Read more...] about 5G Wireless Rollout Prompts Several Airlines To Suspend Flights To SFO, Other Cities; Expect Delays
To hear more audio stories from publications like The New York Times, download Audm for iPhone or Android . A mink farm in northern Utah sat at the end of a narrow, rutted road lined by modest, densely packed ranch houses. The farm consisted of a grassy lot partly enclosed by stakes with wire wrapped haphazardly around them and a small, chain-link swing gate. Long, narrow mink sheds a few yards beyond the gate were so close to the road that I could see inside their dark interiors. The smell from the sheds was intense. Mink keep intruders away from their territories by emitting an odor from their anal scent glands that is widely considered to be more pungent than that of skunks. (A thoroughfare in a nearby city that is home to several mink farms is colloquially known as “Satan’s butthole.”) A neighbor, an adolescent girl with a mass of black curls, offered to help me find the farmer, and I waited as she unlatched the gate and marched into the mink sheds in her flip-flops. She … [Read more...] about Animals Infecting Humans Is Scary. It’s Worse When We Infect Them Back.
I recently broke up with someone I had been seeing for several months — not a long relationship, but a very intense one. In our breakup I realized that there was a lot about him I did not know, and I no longer trust him the way I once did. Is there an ethical way to ask him to delete nude pictures he may have on his phone? Part of me feels that if they are received, they are yours to keep, but I no longer feel comfortable with his holding them. Any suggestions on how to navigate this without retaliation? H.Y. His to keep? Yes and no. When he received these pictures from you, you gave him some property rights in them and not others. In particular, you weren’t granting him permission to share them with anyone else. You retained a reasonable expectation of privacy. It’s natural to say that you “shared” the pictures with him, and that verb is quite apt, because when you pressed Send, you were not fully relinquishing your ownership. You’re free, of course, to ask him to delete these … [Read more...] about Can I Ask My Ex to Delete Those Nude Pics?
FLORENCE, Italy — Radical queer energy is eternal. For millenniums it has endured suppression, oppression, legal, religious and moral sanction, torture, witch hunts, pogroms, a holocaust, caricature and stereotype and several plagues. Yet it survives and thrives in all its subversive glory, surfacing in the most unlikely of places. Take, for example, Anna Konda. This character in a leotard, cheap pumps and a tatty blond wig is a persona adopted by Ervin Latimer, a queer designer of mixed race who hails from Finland. Potty-mouthed and as tall as the point guard Mr. Latimer was expected to become, Anna Konda is outlandish in her heart. So much so that she commandeered a spot as special guest designer at Pitti Uomo, the world’s largest fair devoted specifically to men’s wear; rather than exploiting the opportunity to promote Mr. Latimer’s fledgling Latimmier label, his alter ego used it instead to lance masculinity’s big balloon. Other designers, even other queer designers ( Telfar … [Read more...] about Florence Is Burning
ALL DAY IS A LONG TIME By David Sanchez It has been said — often credited to John Gardner but sometimes Dostoyevsky — that there are only two plots in literature: A character goes on a trip, or a stranger comes to town. My question is where addiction fiction fits in. Are drugs the trips the characters take, or are they the strangers coming to town? David Sanchez’ debut novel, “All Day Is a Long Time,” begins with a 14-year-old’s Greyhound journey from Tampa to Key West. It’s summer, and our narrator — much later, we’ll learn his name is David — is going to meet up with his girlfriend, who’s on a family vacation but has invited him on the condition he stay hidden from her parents. On the bus, he encounters what Sanchez calls a Mister, the kind of sketchy guy a teenager might shoulder-tap in front of a liquor store. This type is the kind who takes a kid away, gets him to do drugs with him, and then worse things. Early on, this novel announces that you are about to read an … [Read more...] about A Recovery Journey That Isn’t