OReilly On Chopping Block Amid Claim He Called Black Woman Hot Chocolate

April 19, 2017

… revealed the Fox News Network and the host had paid at least $13 million to settle five claims of sexual harassment. The shows ratings also dropped 26 percent in the first three days he was gone, further proof of OReillys influence, both nationally and internally at Fox News. But on Tuesday, even Matt Drudge of The Drudge Report couldnt help but think that OReillys days might be numbered. This article has been updated to include reports that Fox executives are discussing OReillys exit, …

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Prince Harry sought counselling after hiding Diana death grief – BBC News

April 17, 2017

… help?” He described himself as a “typical 20, 25, 28-year-old running around going ‘life is great’, or ‘life is fine’ and that was exactly it. “And then [I] started to have a few conversations and actually all of a sudden, all of this grief that I have never processed started to come to the forefront and I was like, there is actually a lot of stuff here that I need to deal with.” He said he decided to act after his brother, told him: “Look, …

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Joey McIntyre Reveals The Best Advice Donnie Wahlberg Ever Gave Him

April 17, 2017

Joey McIntyre cant help but feel thankful these days. The singer and actor just launched his own scripted show on Pop TV, and hes about to release an EP and kick off a tour with New Kids on the Block. The TV series, dubbed Return of the Mac, finds McIntyre playing an exaggerated version of himself alongside his real-life wife, Barrett Williams, and their three children. Loosely based on his life, the show finds McIntyre trying to land a serious acting gig on TV, but settling for a talk show …

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Why some Brits are opting for Belgian citizenship – BBC News

April 16, 2017

… concerning paperwork to whether the police inspect bedrooms to check that couples are definitely married. To help expats navigate the system, the British Brussels Community Association is planning a series of workshops. But becoming Belgian is not an option for some of the UK nationals employed in the EU institutions, such as the bloc’s executive arm, the European Commission. Many of the Commission’s 1023 British staff pay their tax directly into the EU budget which means they may …

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Councils urge chewing gum firms to aid street clean-up – BBC News

April 15, 2017

The campaign group said 64% of all UK roads and pavements are “stained” by chewing gum – where chewed gum has been squashed into the street. ‘Unsightly and unacceptable’ Councils have repeatedly asked for financial help to get rid of the problem, insisting gum manufacturers should take more responsibility. Councillor Judith Blake, the LGA’s environment spokeswoman, said it was “ugly, unsightly and unacceptable”. “Chewing gum is a plague …

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Facebook Cracks Down on 30,000 Fake News Accounts Ahead of French Election

April 15, 2017

The company is using automated methods to help screen out the fakes, such as finding content repeated on hundreds of the phony sites. Facebook said in a statement Friday that its taking decisive action against the accounts, presumably shutting them down. The company is relying on improvements to recognize these inauthentic accounts more easily by identifying patterns of activity without assessing the content itself, Shaik added. Facebook hopes toreduce the spread of material generated through …

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The Anti-Defamation League Is Offering Sean Spicer Remedial Holocaust Lessons

April 14, 2017

… at the White House who may need to learn more about the Holocaust. We know you are very busy, but we believe a few hours learning this history will help you understand where you went wrong and prevent you from making these mistakes in the future. Sincerely, Jonathan A. Greenblatt CEO Anti-Defamation League More From this publisher : HERE Recommended ProductsStumbleUpon Traffic Master Discover The Little Known Red Hot Traffic Source That’s More Visual Than Twitter… Has More Niches Than …

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Egyptians mourn, but do they understand?

April 11, 2017

… seek to incite violence against them. Join us on Twitter and Facebook The same churches damaged in Sunday’s bigoted terrorist attacks will be subject on Monday to the state’s bigoted laws on church building and renovations. Condolences won’t stop the next attack on Egypt’s churches, nor will they help undercut recruitment by terrorist organizations. Images of the Coptic Pope meeting with Sheikh Al Azhar, the highest ranking Muslim official in Egypt, will not …

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Why Trump’s Syria Strike Will Not End Well

April 9, 2017

… correct. But when that something can only mean military measures, the U.S. makes itself part of the problem rather than the solution. helping ensure that children and civilians arent trapped in Syria should be the first and most obvious thing the U.S. can do to help. Second, a far more robust dedication toward finding a diplomatic solution is needed, although such a solution is now more difficult to achieve. Former U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry should be commended for his efforts to …

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Schiff: Trump promised documents, but WH staff is fighting release

April 6, 2017

… opposed to even letting my own staff review the documents, my staff director,” Schiff told CNN on Wednesday. “So we’re still trying to get those documents for the full committee, we would like the White House’s help if they are sincere about wanting to share this information and have the oversight functions performed, they are to be facilitating this.” He added, “But as yet we have not been able to make those documents available to the full committee.” …

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Stonewall calls for ‘gender X’ option on passports – BBC News

April 5, 2017

… introduced in 2011. Stonewall set out several recommendations it said would help trans people be “accepted without exception”, including: Removing the terms “gender reassignment” and “transsexual” – which it sees as outdated – from the Equality Act Allowing trans people to change their gender on legal documents without a medical letter Raising more awareness of “transphobic” hate crime so that people know how to report it Getting more …

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How to train yourself to become a morning exerciser

April 4, 2017

… So how is it that some people manage to get up for 5:30 a.m. workouts like it’s no big deal? We picked the brains of trainers and nutritionists for lifestyle changes you can make to help you become the person who wants to #riseandgrind. Eat right the night before See the latest news and share your comments with CNN Health on Facebook and Twitter. The less you have to think about when the alarm goes off, the better. “Lay out your shoes and clothes in the evening,” …

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Extra school places and building repairs in 2.4bn boost – BBC News

April 3, 2017

… staffing. “This is money that was already allocated to building new places and so it does nothing to help fill the 3bn black hole in day-to-day school spending,” said the NAHT’s leader Russell Hobby. Education Secretary Justine Greening said: “This 2.4bn investment, together with our proposals to create more good school places, will help ensure every young person has the opportunity to fulfil their potential.” …

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Extremism in prisons to be tackled by specialist task force – BBC News

April 2, 2017

… reform measures announced by the government in November. Other measures already adopted to combat radicalisation include an instruction to governors to ban extremist literature. Prison management also has the power to remove anyone from communal worship who is promoting anti-British beliefs or other dangerous views. Prisons minister Sam Gyimah said the new team will “lead a strand of important work” to help combat terrorist threats posed by offenders. He added: “It is right we …

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The only 4 things you need to know about Trump and Russia

April 1, 2017

… questions under oath about the Trump team’s alleged Russian connections. That’s the news. What follows is a reminder of how we got here. It’s not a timeline, but four distinct points that, if properly digested, will help put the next big scoop into its proper context. First, though, some quick history. Vladimir Putin has some deep-seated issues with the US — and Hillary Clinton Russian politics have a reputation for being a difficult to decode. As stereotypes go, …

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Bowel cancer tool to boost diagnosis in under-50s – BBC News

March 28, 2017

… those between 1% and 3% will be recommended for a faecal calprotectin test, to help diagnose conditions like irritable bowel syndrome (IBS). Anyone found to be 1% risk or less will require no further tests. The assessment tool was made available to GPs on the British Journal of General Practice website on Tuesday. Bowel Cancer UK says it now hopes to integrate it into GP practices. Experts say the new tool is the first of its kind for younger people. ‘I’ve planned my funeral’ …

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Mud, sweat and cheers: The rise of obstacle course racing – BBC News

March 26, 2017

… fear” and looking after one another. Image copyright FTP Edelman Image caption Participants help each other whether they know them or not, according to people who enter Image copyright FTP Edelman Image caption Tough Mudder creates new obstacles each year Maybe not all the current events will be around in the next decade, but the sport itself probably will be as there are plenty of people ready to make their debut. Stella Lacey, 34, a dental nurse from Nottingham, said she …

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The Story Of 2 Families And The Real-life Impact of Obamacare Repeal

March 20, 2017

narrative, the Affordable Care Act imposed regulations that made insurance more expensive for families like the Gibbses and then it spent a bunch of taxpayer money in ways that dont actually help them. That narrative is more or less correct. It is alsoleaves out the part about how those same regulations, and that same government spending, have put decent coverage within reach for families like the Secrists. Take away the rules and the money, as Republicans propose to do, and families like …

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How to start an online business IM Newbie the most complete newbie training for marketers

March 18, 2017

How to start an online business IM Newbie the most complete newbie training for marketers If you’re looking for a step by step business system that will help you build a business without all the struggle and strain you may have experienced before, then you really want to take a look at this. IM Newbie is a 5 module, 30 part over the shoulder video and PDF training program designed for new marketers who are just starting out with their online business. These five modules include all of the …

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Private Land Gift Drives Vast Expansion Of Chile’s National Parks

March 16, 2017

… help create what will become Argentinas largest nature preserve. In her comments Wednesday, Bachelet praised the late Douglas Tompkins, calling him a Chilean at heart. Butler told HuffPost hes not only excited about the unprecedented scale of the effort in Chile, but also about the boldness at which these two female conservation leaders are approaching expanding the countrys national park system. He said he sees a striking difference in how U.S. President Donald Trumps administration lacks …

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Trump promises ‘negotiation’ on controversial health care bill

March 16, 2017

Washington (CNN)President Donald Trump promised Wednesday that the increasingly contentious Obamacare replacement bill would be open to “negotiation,” and that his trademark deal-making could help save the legislation. The American Health Care Act, crafted by the House GOP but backed by the White House, is in dire political shape as a growing number of hardline and moderate Republicans vow to oppose it. Trump said at a campaign rally in Nashville, Tennessee, that the steadfast …

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Italian feast: 9 places in Italy where you can destroy your waistline

March 15, 2017

(CNN)Movie legend has it that when Robert De Niro needed to gain about 60 pounds to play an aging Jake LaMotta in “Raging Bull,” he called on a country he knew could help. Italy. OK, France also lent a hand, but with its piles of pasta and ice cream, Italy is practically built for elastic waistbands. While the so-called Mediterranean diet tends to be relatively healthy, some of it’s as calorific as it is tasty. Anyone wanting to visit Italy but stay slim might want to avoid …

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Sperm donated in Florida may contain Zika, CDC says

March 14, 2017

… Administration. He went on to say having this information can help individuals make informed decisions and they “might want to use these donations from other sources.” Sources other than the 12 sperm banks in Miami-Dade, Palm Beach and Broward counties of Florida, that is. “Now we understand more than we did months ago is that evidence of the Zika virus is present in semen for up to three months after a man is infected and people may not have accurately recalled …

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Trump is looking for a place to donate his paycheck

March 14, 2017

WASHINGTON (CNN)President Donald Trump intends to fulfill a campaign promise and donate his annual salary, and he wants the press corps’ help in identifying a worthy cause, White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer said Monday. During a press briefing Monday, a reporter asked if the President had donated his paycheck from the month of February. “The President’s intention right now is to donate his salary at the end of the year, and he has kindly asked that you all help …

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CNN 10 – March 6, 2017

March 6, 2017

… intentions. FRIEDMAN: This was a simulation. It was to give you an opportunity to experience what it’s like for a short period of time to lose control of your life. FIELD: To help them understand what it’s like for the millions trapped in forced labor. UNIDENTIFIED FEMALE: When I was doing it, my hands started sweating. I was sweating. So, I can’t basically imagine how people would do it for like 14, 15 hours every day. FRIEDMAN: Do you think it was fair? UNIDENTIFIED FEMALE: …

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