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Slugstep.com has confirmed Jared Fogle, the former Subway spokesman, is expected to plead guilty to possession of child pornography charges.
Sources say Fogle will accept a plea deal Wednesday. The U.S. Attorney’s Office will hold a press conference Wednesday afternoon to discuss the deal and charges against Fogle.
Fogle’s attorney, Ron Elberger, had no comment in regards to the plea deal. He said any information regarding the charges would come from the attorney’s office. Elberger did say Fogle’s suspension with Subway continues.
Subway issued the following statement Tuesday:
“We have already ended our relationship with Jared and have no further comment.”
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On July 9th 1962, the U.S detonated a nuclear weapon, dubbed Starfish Prime, over 386,000 meters (240 miles) in the sky – with an explosive yield of 1.45 megatons, roughly 100 times stronger than the bomb dropped on Hiroshima.
The ‘controlled’ explosions were one of 5 suborbital tests conducted by the U.S during the Cold War and the nuclear arms race, as part the effects of nuclear weapons in high altitudes/outer space. Once detonated, the warheads generate not only heat and light, but incredible amounts of X- and gamma rays. Effects of the blast were felt thousands of kilometres away, and still resonant today.
In a short period of time, the effects of the bomb were felt from Hawaii to New Zealand, as planes experienced electrical surges, lamplight’s were blown out and a giant aurora bloomed in the sky. An electromagnetic field was created above the earth, far larger than scientists predicted, as electrons were excited and accelerated to incredible speeds.
Here’s what it looked like:
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Activision on Thursday announced that it will release a new Call of Duty game this fall.
This is an “exciting new game from one of our top development teams,” Activision said, later clarifying that Treyarch is the developer.
Treyarch created the Call of Duty: Black Ops series, though Activision declined to say if Treyarch’s new title would be Black Ops 3 or a different game altogether.
Notably, this is Treyarch’s first Call of Duty game to be developed on Activision’s new three-year, three-studio development schedule. Treyarch’s most recent game was 2012’s Call of Duty: Black Ops II.
Given that Activision is still supporting last year’s Call of Duty: Advanced Warfarewith new content, you shouldn’t expect new details about Treyarch’s game right away. In fact, Activision typically officially unveils new Call of Duty games in May.
Activision Publishing CEO Eric Hirshberg also revealed today that Advanced Warfare has now crossed $1 billion in sales. He also said DLC sales, both of the game’s DLC pass and individual purchases, are up year-over-year.