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sessions vows crackdown on violent crime in first major speech as attorney gener


attorney general jeff sessions, in his first significant speech as america’s top law enforcement official, warned that recent increases in violent crime might portend a violent new period in the country’s history and vowed to work to stop it. speaking to the national association of attorneys general on tuesday, sessions said the country has seen warning signs, and he fears that the era of historically low crime rates might be coming to an end. he said law enforcement can’t become “overconfident” because violence is near historic lows, and cited rising crimes rates in the 1970s as an indicator of what might happen.“we’ve done a lot of good. we need to not give up on that progress,” sessions said. “that is the thing that has concerned me the most.”[in executive actions, p...






police minister lisa neville says victorians 'don't feel safe in their homes'


there is a long way to go before people can feel "safe in their homes" after a surge in violent home invasions, victoria's police minister says.terrifying home invasions have soared in melbourne's south-east, with cranbourne, skye and devon meadows becoming a hot spot for aggravated burglaries, the latest crime data shows. violent home invasions soared by 40 per cent in victoria last year. photo: ken irwinthose suburbs are some of melbourne's most politically sensitive, heaping more pressure on the andrews government to combat violent crime.the crime data paints a deep red bruise over postcode 3977, which takes in cranbourne and skye, where there were 273 violent break-ins last year, up from 125 in 2015. rick maaskant, the victim of the cranbourne north pitchfork attack. ph...






police minister lisa neville says victorians 'don't feel safe in their homes'


there is a long way to go before people can feel "safe in their homes" after a surge in violent home invasions, victoria's police minister says.terrifying home invasions have soared in melbourne's south-east, with cranbourne, skye and devon meadows becoming a hot spot for aggravated burglaries, the latest crime data shows. violent home invasions soared by 40 per cent in victoria last year. photo: ken irwinthose suburbs are some of melbourne's most politically sensitive, heaping more pressure on the andrews government to combat violent crime.the crime data paints a deep red bruise over postcode 3977, which takes in cranbourne and skye, where there were 125 violent break-ins last year, up from 56 in 2015.police recorded an aggravated burglary once every three days in the area o...






sessions vows crackdown on violent crime in first major speech as attorney gener


attorney general jeff sessions, in his first significant speech as america’s top law enforcement official, warned that recent increases in violent crime might portend a violent new period in the country’s history and vowed an old-fashioned crackdown to stop it. speaking to the national association of attorneys general on tuesday, sessions said the country has seen warning signs, “like the first gusts of wind before a summer storm,” and he fears that the era of historically low crime rates might be coming to an end. he said law enforcement “can’t afford to be complacent or take for granted the achievements of recent years,” and cited rising crimes rates in the 1960s and 1970s as an indicator of what might happen.“as someone who lived through that dark time in our history, an...






usa - is crime an issue in the us countryside, especially for a cyclist?


as a brit, i'm used to the idea that the countryside is not at all dangerous, that is from a criminal/violent point of view.this is true in the u.s., also, with the possible exception of drug dealers/smugglers, particularly in the deserted areas near the mexican-american border. i'd advise not cycling there. otherwise, rural areas of the u.s. are quite safe (from a crime standpoint.) larger cities, however, can be another story, especially in the lower-income residential 'inner city' areas. almost all small cities and towns will be safe, but some large ones are less so.frankly, when biking across rural parts of the u.s., violent crime should probably be the least of your concerns. depending on exactly where you are, weather, traffic, vast distances between even tiny towns (often 100+ m...






usa - is crime an issue in the us countryside, especially for a cyclist?


as a brit, i'm used to the idea that the countryside is not at all dangerous, that is from a criminal/violent point of view.this is true in the u.s., also, with the possible exception of drug dealers/smugglers, particularly in the deserted areas near the mexican-american border. i'd advise not cycling there. otherwise, rural areas of the u.s. are quite safe (from a crime standpoint.) larger cities, however, can be another story, especially in the lower-income residential 'inner city' areas. almost all small cities and towns will be safe, but some large ones are less so.frankly, when biking across rural parts of the u.s., violent crime should probably be the least of your concerns. depending on exactly where you are, weather, traffic, vast distances between even tiny towns (often 100+ m...






sessions directs federal prosecutors to target the nation’s most violent offende


attorney general jeff sessions on wednesday directed federal prosecutors across the country to “use every tool we have” to investigate and prosecute violent offenders as part of his effort to crack down on recent increases in serious crime.in a memo to the justice department’s 94 u.s. attorney’s offices, sessions told prosecutors to work closely with federal, state, local and tribal authorities to target the most violent offenders in each district.“turning back our nation’s recent rise in violent crime is a top priority for the department of justice and it requires decisive action from our federal prosecutors,” sessions said in a statement released late wednesday. “i’m urging each of them to continue working closely with their counterparts at all levels, and to use every ...






sessions vows crackdown on violent crime in first major speech as attorney gener


attorney general jeff sessions, in his first significant speech as the nation’s top law enforcement official, warned that recent increases in serious crime might portend a violent new period in the country’s history and vowed to work to stop it. speaking to the national association of attorneys general on tuesday, sessions said that the country has seen warning signs, and that he fears that the era of historically low crime rates might be coming to an end. he said law enforcement can’t become “overconfident” because violence is near historic lows, and he cited rising crimes rates in the 1970s as an indicator of what might happen.“we’ve done a lot of good. we need to not give up on that progress,” sessions said. “that is the thing that has concerned me the most.”[in exec...






sessions vows crackdown on violent crime in first major speech as attorney gener


attorney general jeff sessions, in his first significant speech as the nation’s top law enforcement official, warned that recent increases in serious crime might portend a violent new period in the country’s history and vowed to work to stop it. speaking to the national association of attorneys general on tuesday, sessions said that the country has seen warning signs, and that he fears that the era of historically low crime rates might be coming to an end. he said law enforcement can’t become “overconfident” because violence is near historic lows, and he cited rising crimes rates in the 1970s as an indicator of what might happen.“we’ve done a lot of good. we need to not give up on that progress,” sessions said. “that is the thing that has concerned me the most.”[in exec...






man accused of killing grandmother was ‘class clown’ until drugs took over, ex-g


image 1of/37captioncloseimage 1 of 37a photograph of nathan billingsley, 21. the harris county sheriff's office believes billingsley murdered his 67-year-old grandmother on march 12, 2017 in the cypress-fairbanks area.a photograph of nathan billingsley, 21. the harris county sheriff's office believes billingsley murdered his 67-year-old grandmother on march 12, 2017 in the cypress-fairbanks area.image 2 of 37houstonpopulation of data area: 2,290,530annual violent crimes: 22,184chances of becoming a victim of violent crime: 1 in 103annual property crimes: 101,879chances of becoming a victim of property crime: 1 in 22neighborhood scout data on houston lesshoustonpopulation of data area: 2,290,530annual violent crimes: 22,184chances of becoming a victim of violent crime: 1 in 103ann...






man accused of killing grandmother was ‘class clown’ until drugs took over, ex-g


image 1of/37captioncloseimage 1 of 37a photograph of nathan billingsley, 21. the harris county sheriff's office believes billingsley murdered his 67-year-old grandmother on march 12, 2017 in the cypress-fairbanks area.a photograph of nathan billingsley, 21. the harris county sheriff's office believes billingsley murdered his 67-year-old grandmother on march 12, 2017 in the cypress-fairbanks area.image 2 of 37houstonpopulation of data area: 2,290,530annual violent crimes: 22,184chances of becoming a victim of violent crime: 1 in 103annual property crimes: 101,879chances of becoming a victim of property crime: 1 in 22neighborhood scout data on houston lesshoustonpopulation of data area: 2,290,530annual violent crimes: 22,184chances of becoming a victim of violent crime: 1 in 103ann...






man accused of shooting his grandmother appears in court


image 1of/37captioncloseimage 1 of 37a photograph of nathan billingsley, 21. the harris county sheriff's office believes billingsley murdered his 67-year-old grandmother on march 12, 2017 in the cypress-fairbanks area.a photograph of nathan billingsley, 21. the harris county sheriff's office believes billingsley murdered his 67-year-old grandmother on march 12, 2017 in the cypress-fairbanks area.image 2 of 37houstonpopulation of data area: 2,290,530annual violent crimes: 22,184chances of becoming a victim of violent crime: 1 in 103annual property crimes: 101,879chances of becoming a victim of property crime: 1 in 22neighborhood scout data on houston lesshoustonpopulation of data area: 2,290,530annual violent crimes: 22,184chances of becoming a victim of violent crime: 1 in 103ann...






man accused of shooting his grandmother appears in court


image 1of/37captioncloseimage 1 of 37a photograph of nathan billingsley, 21. the harris county sheriff's office believes billingsley murdered his 67-year-old grandmother on march 12, 2017 in the cypress-fairbanks area.a photograph of nathan billingsley, 21. the harris county sheriff's office believes billingsley murdered his 67-year-old grandmother on march 12, 2017 in the cypress-fairbanks area.image 2 of 37houstonpopulation of data area: 2,290,530annual violent crimes: 22,184chances of becoming a victim of violent crime: 1 in 103annual property crimes: 101,879chances of becoming a victim of property crime: 1 in 22neighborhood scout data on houston lesshoustonpopulation of data area: 2,290,530annual violent crimes: 22,184chances of becoming a victim of violent crime: 1 in 103ann...






nyc’s low crime rate just got even lower


the month of february had the city’s lowest crime figures in any of the 25 years since the introduction of compstat, police announced on wednesday.overall major crime dropped 9.7 percent — by 709 crimes — this february over the same month last year, from 7,339 index crimes in 2016 to 6,630 in 2017.so far this year crimes in the seven major crime categories fell 2.8 percent over last year.there was a bump in murders from from 18 to 20 last month but five of them took place in years past and had to be reclassified, including the death of det. steven mcdonald. who passed away in the hospital this year but was shot in central park in 1986, cops said.“in reality, it’s only a very small percentage of people who are driving the bulk of violent crime,” nypd commissioner james o’neill...






trump administration must address u.s. hate crime spike


the targeted murder of an innocent african-american man on the streets of manhattan by a knife-wielding white supremacist — angered over interracial dating — is yet another chilling alarm that violent hate crime by bigots and hardened extremists is again on the rise. what remains in serious doubt is whether the trump administration, and its justice department, led by one of the most vigorous opponents of federal hate crime law, is listening. the federal government has a duty to use its laws, resources and bully pulpit to address this growing scourge. the attorney general previously argued that federal hate crime law is “a broad power that we give to the attorney general and a broad statute i don't believe is compelled by the facts that are happening in america today.”...






trump administration must address u.s. hate crime spike


the targeted murder of an innocent african-american man on the streets of manhattan by a knife-wielding white supremacist — angered over interracial dating — is yet another chilling alarm that violent hate crime by bigots and hardened extremists is again on the rise. what remains in serious doubt is whether the trump administration, and its justice department, led by one of the most vigorous opponents of federal hate crime law, is listening. the federal government has a duty to use its laws, resources and bully pulpit to address this growing scourge. the attorney general previously argued that federal hate crime law is “a broad power that we give to the attorney general and a broad statute i don't believe is compelled by the facts that are happening in america today.”...






things to know about ms-13 after a bloody week


photo: steve gonzales | houston chronicle image 1of/19captioncloseimage 1 of 19things to know about ms-13the ms-13 gang has dominated crime news in the past week due to the nature of several violent killings.click through to learn more about ms-13.things to know about ms-13the ms-13 gang has dominated crime news in the past week due to the nature of several violent killings.click through to learn more about ms-13. photo: steve gonzales | houston chronicle image 2 of 19ms-13 is one of the most feared and brutal gangs in the world and has been responsible for crimes all across the western hemisphere, including a number of especially disturbing cases in houston. here at the things you need to know about the deadly ms-13 gang. lessms-13 is one of the most feared and brutal ga...






'we are in danger' of rising violence


attorney general jeff sessions speaks at the national association of attorneys general annual winter meeting on feb. 28, 2017, in washington.(photo: alex brandon, ap) 5341 connectlinkedinemailmorewashington — attorney general jeff sessions offered a dark view of america's crime problem tuesday, suggesting that increasing access to heroin and marijuana has put the country at risk of returning to the drug-fueled violence that ravaged the country more than a generation ago.despite data showing that murder is at its lowest in decades, sessions seized on a recent uptick in violent crime and warned state law enforcement officials gathered here that the numbers were "driving this sense that we are in danger.''"now, we are at a time, it seems to me, that crime is going ...






indictments handed down against alleged crime ring members


harris county prosecutors have filed organized crime charges against more than a dozen members of an alleged crime ring believed responsible for a wave of recent robberies targeting banks and jewelry stores."we are dismantling a violent, high-dollar criminal organization that operates as the new mob," harris county district attorney kim ogg said friday in a statement. "members of organized criminal rings like this do more damage together than as individuals."the 14 members of the ring have worked in houston for several months. officials with the da's office said the ring was  responsible for the daytime raid of a bank vault and a robbery at a galleria-area jewelry store, where they smashed the counters and made off with more than $1 million in merchandise.authorities said they also can pla






elderly couple set house on fire to lure police into ambush


p o: tom green county jail image 1of/31captioncloseimage 1 of 31brenda joyce wright, 60, was arrested on first-degree felony charges.>>click to see fbi crime data reveals the numbers on homicide rates and other violent crimes. lessbrenda joyce wright, 60, was arrested on first-degree felony charges. >>click to see fbi crime data reveals the numbers on homicide rates and other violent crimes. ... more p o: tom green county jail image 2 of 31violent crime, in texas citiesthe united states saw a 0.2 percent drop in violent crime between 2013 and 2014, according to the fbi. violent crime has been falling for a couple decades now throughout texas and the rest of the u.s. click through to see the fbi's violent crime data in texas metro areas.source: fbi lessviolent crime, in texas c






child bride survivor eman sharobeem has assets frozen by nsw crime commission


eman sharobeem's life story reads like an inspiring tale of overcoming the odds: forced into an arranged marriage to her first cousin as a teenager, then widowed at 29 with two young sons, having endured a violent 14-year marriage.after emigrating from egypt, she gained phds in psychology, management and organisational leadership, rising to become chief executive of the immigrant women's health service and earning a list of community honours for her work giving a voice to the underprivileged. former child bride and activist dr eman sharobeem has had her assets frozen by the nsw crime commission. photo: sahlan hayesbut now the prominent women's refugee advocate, domestic violence campaigner and australian of the year finalist has had her assets frozen by the powerful nsw crime commi...






subways see spike in violent crime


subway cars and platforms in the big apple are becoming increasingly violent, according to new nypd data.felony assaults in the subway system were up 16 percent in february compared with the same month a year ago, from 19 to 22, the numbers show.there have been 88 felony assaults for the year through sunday, compared with 74 during the same period in 2016.that’s a 19 percent increase — and continues a yearly uptick going back to 2014.from january through march 2016, assaults on the trains were up 44 percent, from 52 to 75 from 2015.the 2015 numbers were a 17 percent increase over 2014’s.riders say they feel less safe on the trains, and often find themselves looking over their shoulders.“it’s devastating,” said francine portus, 50, from brooklyn. “you pay your subway fare to g...






with gang recruitment increasing, fairfax police say crime is up in every distri


with gang recruitment increasing inside fairfax county public schools, assaults and other types of violent crimes have also been on the rise in every police district in the county, police officials told the county board of supervisors on tuesday.regionally, incidents of illegal sales of guns and drugs in addition to sex trafficking have also increased.“unfortunately, we see ourselves as reactive” to the problem, police chief edwin c. roessler jr. said at a public safety committee meeting that focused on a resurgence of violent activity by the transnational mara salvatrucha gang, better known as ms-13.fairfax police said that teenagers from the county have been involved in several of the seven gang-related killings that have occurred in northern virginia in recent months.detectives are ...






with gang recruitment increasing, fairfax police say crime is up in every distri


with gang recruitment increasing inside fairfax county public schools, assaults and other types of violent crimes have also been on the rise in every police district in the county, police officials told the county board of supervisors on tuesday.regionally, incidents of illegal sales of guns and drugs in addition to sex trafficking have also increased.“unfortunately, we see ourselves as reactive” to the problem, police chief edwin c. roessler jr. said at a public safety committee meeting that focused on a resurgence of violent activity by the transnational mara salvatrucha gang, better known as ms-13.fairfax police said teenagers from the county have been involved in several of the seven gang-related killings that have occurred in northern virginia in recent months.detectives are still...






end the death penalty for mentally ill criminals


by bob taft and joseph e. kernanby bob taft and joseph e. kernanmarch 24bob taft, a republican, was governor of ohio from 1999 to 2007. joseph e. kernan, a democrat, was governor of indiana from 2003 to 2005.legislators in six states — indiana, ohio, south dakota, tennessee, texas and virginia — have proposed legislation to prohibit the death penalty for individuals with severe mental illness. as former governors of states that are grappling with this issue, we strongly support this effort to end an inhumane practice that fails to respect common standards of decency and comport with recommendations of mental-health experts.the overwhelming majority of people with severe mental illness are not violent; in fact, they are more likely to be victims than perpetrators of violent crime. for t...






judge was soft on accused emt killer weeks before rampage


a rookie judge appointed by mayor de blasio refused to hold a mentally unstable career criminal on even $5,000 bail in a violent case last month — leaving him free to allegedly kill a city emt.bronx criminal court judge david kirschner, who has only been on the bench since june, balked at a prosecutor’s request to set bail for suspected gang-banger josé gonzalez on feb. 26.yadira arroyoapgonzalez had been hauled into kirschner’s courtroom for getting violent with a cop during a robbery arrest — a crime he committed while free in another assault case, authorities say.kirschner, who served two stints as a bronx prosecutor that totalled around 12 years, instead cut loose the reputed bloods gang member without any bail.on thursday, just three weeks after he was let go, gonzalez fatall...






'we are in danger' of rising violence


before being confirmed as attorney general, then-sen. jeff sessions attended a senate environment and public works committee hearing on feb. 2, 2017.(photo: saul loeb, afp/getty images) 805 connectlinkedinemailmorewashington — attorney general jeff sessions offered a dark view of america's crime problem tuesday, suggesting that increasing access to heroin and marijuana has put the country at risk of returning to the drug-fueled violence that ravaged the country more than a generation ago.despite data showing that murder is at its lowest in decades, sessions seized on a recent uptick in violent crime and warned state law enforcement officials gathered here that the numbers were "driving this sense that we are in danger.''"now we are at a time, it seems to me, tha...






delhi police suspends 3 officials for inaction, transfers case to cbi


in a recent development, the delhi police have suspended its three officials for manhandling media personnel and their violent behaviour in delhi university while a feud erupted between the all india students’ association (aisa) and akhil bhartiya vidyarthi parishad (avbp) on february 22.the delhi special police commissioner sbk singh has stated in this case that the entire matter has been handed over to the crime branch who will further take charge following the complaint lodged at the maurice nagar police station in north delhi. he said,”the case details have been transferred to the crime branch who will further carry out the investigation. the videos surface so far will also be examined.”earlier this day, delhi police joint commissioner dependra pathak has assured of taking s...






texas woman kills granddaughter in apparent murder-suicide


image 1of/13captioncloseimage 1 of 13a texas woman and her granddaughter are dead in what investigators are calling a murder-suicide. a gofundme has been set up to help the family pay for fayth norman's ,15, funeral expenses amidst the tragic situation.photo: fayth norman gofundme pagethe crime was shocking not just for the victim's young age, but because fort worth is not a hotbed of criminal activity. keep clicking for a look at the texas cities with the most and least crime.  lessa texas woman and her granddaughter are dead in what investigators are calling a murder-suicide. a gofundme has been set up to help the family pay for fayth norman's ,15, funeral expenses amidst the tragic ... moreimage 2 of 13scroll ahead to see which texas cities had the highest crime rates and the most murde






the doj’s $27.7 billion budget reflects jeff sessions’s priorities


the justice department’s $27.7 billion budget reflects attorney general jeff sessions’s priorities of being tough on crime and cracking down on illegal immigration, with millions of additional dollars going toward fighting violent crime and increasing the number of immigration judges and lawyers working on border security.the department’s proposal also indicates that justice officials could withhold grants or other funding for “sanctuary cities” that refuse to turn over undocumented immigrants to federal authorities, but it did not specify which programs could be affected. in its budget, the fbi will receive a 3 percent increase, of $249 million, including $61 million more to fight terrorism and combat foreign intelligence and cyberthreats, $31 million for biometric research, and...






‘emmerdale’: aaron dingle prison episode with ‘strong and violent themes’ will n


ofcom has ruled they will not be investigating complaints made about a recent episode of ‘emmerdale’, which saw aaron dingle subjected to homophobic, violent abuse. a total of 269 viewers contacted with the broadcasting watchdog about the episode, which aired on monday 6 march, but they have decided that while it did include “strong and violent themes”, it did not breach any guidelines. the episode in particular saw aaron beaten by a gang of thugs, with ringleader jason hurling homophobic insults at him. a statement reads: “we assessed complaints that a prison storyline, with strong and violent themes, was not suitable for broadcast before the watershed.“however, the violence was appropriately limited, and clear warnings were provided at the start of the programmes. we also to...






az senate oks racketeering charges for riots


under senate bill 1142, prosecutors could charge rioting as a class 3 felony instead of a class 5, and police could seize any profits earned during commission of the crime.(photo: david kadlubowski/the republic) 954 connectlinkedinemailmorethe arizona senate on wednesday approved a bill that makes participating in or helping organize a protest that turns into a riot an offense that could lead to criminal racketeering charges, legislation republican backers say is needed to crack down on violent protesters.the measure adds rioting to the organized crime statutes and says an overt act isn't needed to prove conspiracy to riot, meaning someone could be charged who wasn't involved in the actual riot.all 17 senate republicans supported the measure and all 13 democrats voted n...






az senate oks racketeering charges for riots


under senate bill 1142, prosecutors could charge rioting as a class 3 felony instead of a class 5, and police could seize any profits earned during commission of the crime.(photo: david kadlubowski/the republic) 687 connectlinkedinemailmorethe arizona senate on wednesday approved a bill that makes participating in or helping organize a protest that turns into a riot an offense that could lead to criminal racketeering charges, legislation republican backers say is needed to crack down on violent protesters.the measure adds rioting to the organized crime statutes and says an overt act isn't needed to prove conspiracy to riot, meaning someone could be charged who wasn't involved in the actual riot.all 17 senate republicans supported the measure and all 13 democrats voted n...






violent video games might not be so bad for you after all


violent video games like call of duty don’t make players more aggressive, experts claim.brain scans of players showed no difference in how they process emotions, compared to those who had never picked up a controller.debates have raged over whether there is a link between violent games and real-life aggression.previous studies have shown people who play violent video games can become desensitized to violence, be more aggressive, and show lower levels of empathy.but, now a team of researchers in germany has found that there is no long-term link.dr. gregor szycik, of the hanover medical school, said: “we hope that the study will encourage other research groups to focus their attention on the possible long-term effects of video games on human behavior.”his team examined a group of male ...






az senate oks racketeering charges for riots


under senate bill 1142, prosecutors could charge rioting as a class 3 felony instead of a class 5, and police could seize any profits earned during commission of the crime.(photo: david kadlubowski/the republic) 1956 connectlinkedinemailmorethe arizona senate on wednesday approved a bill that makes participating in or helping organize a protest that turns into a riot an offense that could lead to criminal racketeering charges, legislation republican backers say is needed to crack down on violent protesters.the measure adds rioting to the organized crime statutes and says an overt act isn't needed to prove conspiracy to riot, meaning someone could be charged who wasn't involved in the actual riot.all 17 senate republicans supported the measure and all 13 democrats voted ...






az senate oks racketeering charges for riots


under senate bill 1142, prosecutors could charge rioting as a class 3 felony instead of a class 5, and police could seize any profits earned during commission of the crime.(photo: david kadlubowski/the republic) 2031 connectlinkedinemailmorethe arizona senate on wednesday approved a bill that makes participating in or helping organize a protest that turns into a riot an offense that could lead to criminal racketeering charges, legislation republican backers say is needed to crack down on violent protesters.the measure adds rioting to the organized crime statutes and says an overt act isn't needed to prove conspiracy to riot, meaning someone could be charged who wasn't involved in the actual riot.all 17 senate republicans supported the measure and all 13 democrats voted ...






pm modi to attend st petersburg international economic forum


by: pti | new delhi | published:february 1, 2017 3:35 pm prime minister narendra modi. (file p o)prime minister narendra modi will travel to russia in june to attend st petersburg international economic forum (spief), where india has been invited as a ‘guest country’, and the two sides are working on the “bilateral aspect” of the visit. confirming the invitation for the forum to be held from june 1 to 3, external affairs spokesperson vikas swarup said, “as part of this, the prime minister will attend the forum as guest of honour. other details of the prime minister’s visit are being worked out” and will be announced once they are finalised.watch what else is making news:earlier this week, dmitry peskov, spokesman for russian president vladimir putin who will inaugurate the forum at st pet