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Greensboro city manager resigns amid controversy over police video

The Greensboro City Council accepted the resignation of City Manager Taiwo Jaiyeoba, effective immediately, on Tuesday night, according to a statement released by the City of Greensboro. Jaiyeoba started as city manager on Feb. 1, 2022. The statement reads in part, “The City of Greensboro expresses its sincere appreciation to Mr. Jaiyeoba for his dedicated service. His leadership
has been pivotal in driving our city’s progress and initiatives, and his contributions are deeply valued.” Deputy City Manager Chris Wilson will resume the role of interim city manager, which is a position he held before Jaiyeoba was hired. The city will reportedly begin the search for a permanent successor. Jaiyeoba released the following statement on Tuesday night: “After much contemplation, I have decided to resign my position as City Manager with the City of Greensboro, effective immediately. I value the leadership you have given me. And sincerely appreciate the support you have given me over the last two years. I wish the City of Greensboro continued success.”

Air Force employee accused of allegedly sharing classified info on a dating website
A 63-year-old civilian employee of the U.S. Air Force has been arrested and indicted for allegedly disclosing secret national defense information related to Russia’s war with Ukraine, officials said. In a news release posted Monday, the Justice Department said David Franklin Slater of Nebraska, who was arrested on Saturday, allegedly shared the classified information on a foreign online dating platform. Slater supposedly shared the information with a female claiming to be in Ukraine in early 2022, starting around the time when Russia invaded Ukraine on Feb. 24 of that year. Prosecutors allege that Slater attended top classified
briefings related to the war, and then shared details about military targets and Russian capabilities to the female, who called Slater her “secret information love” and “secret agent” in their messages. According to the indictment, the unidentified alleged co-conspirator would regularly ask Slater to provide her with “sensitive, non-public, closely held” information. If convicted, Slater faces a maximum of 10 years in federal prison, three years of supervised release, and a fine of up to $250,000 for each of the three counts in the indictment.

Instagram back up after global outage
Meta-owned Facebook and Instagram were back up on Tuesday after a more than two-hour outage that was caused by a technical issue and impacted hundreds of thousands of users globally. The disruptions started at around 10 a.m. ET (1500 GMT), with many users saying on rival social media platform X they had been booted out of Facebook and Instagram and were unable to log in. The White House National Security Council was monitoring the incident and not aware of any specific malicious cyber activity at this time, a spokesperson said. At the peak of the outage, there were more than 550,000 reports of disruptions for Facebook and about 92,000 for Instagram, according to outage tracking website Downdetector.com. The outage was among the top trending topics on X, formerly Twitter, with the platform's owner Elon Musk taking a shot at Meta with a post that said: “If you are reading this post, it’s because our servers are working.” X itself has faced several disruptions to its service after Musk’s $44 billion purchase of the social media platform in October 2022, with an outage in December causing issues for more than 77,000 users in countries from the U.S. to France.

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Barrett Wilson
Barrett Wilson, Staff Writer
I am in the 9th grade at Page High School and learning how to be a journalist for PagesbyPage. Some interesting facts about me are I broke my arm twice, My grandfather met Bruce Lee, I have a twin sister and I once wanted to be a photographer, but these days I'm settling for being a famous science fiction writer.
By the way, my mother and grandmother went to Page.

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