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26 septembre

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  • 00:21
    Sarah Huckabee Sanders rose to the defense of Brett Kavanaugh this week, saying that every Supreme Court nominee deserves a hearing and a vote. Merrick Garland may want a word with her. The White House Press Secretary spoke on Fox & Friends on Tuesday morning, saying that Kavanaugh should get an up or down vote despite being roiled by sexual assault allegations. As the Huffington Post pointed out, Sanders declared that every other Supreme Court nominee has gotten a hearing, and Kavanaugh should as well. “The president wants this process to come to a vote because that’s what’s (...) -- US Politics, Merrick Garland, sarah huckabee sanders
  • 00:19
    Brittany Cartwright is getting skinnier and skinnier as she and fiancé Jax Taylor approach their upcoming wedding date. Just months after getting engaged in Malibu, California, the Vanderpump Rules cast member is looking thinner than ever and after sharing a photo of herself and Taylor with their co-stars, Brian Carter and Kristen Doute, at an event in Los Angeles, fans couldn’t help but take notice. “LA nights,” Cartwright wrote in the caption of her Instagram photo on September 25. Although the event she attended with her fiancé and friends occurred over a week ago, Cartwright waited to (...) -- Instagram
  • 00:17
    It may surprise some people, but a new study has found that divorce rates are falling in the United States because of Americans under 45, reports Bloomberg. Data has shown that the divorce rate in the country has been decreasing for several years, and so demographers have been exploring what the cause for the decrease has been. In analysis just released by the University of Maryland sociology professor Phillip Cohen, the divorce rate has dropped by 18 percent from 2008 to 2016. Cohen’s data suggests that younger couples are looking to learn lessons from baby boomers, who married younger (...) -- Family, @GN, divorce, millennials
  • 00:10
    The Season 3 premiere of Bull aired last night on CBS at 10 p.m. EST. While the premiere had a bit of a perplexing introduction and anti-climatic start, it did pick up steam and ultimately left viewers in tears. Warning: The rest of the article contains Season 3 spoilers. As fans who nofollow the news related to the CBS series know, Annabelle Attanasio character Cable McCrory was slowly being phased out during Season 2. Moreover, Annabelle decided to take on a directing opportunity and the schedule clashed too much for her to return for Season 3 of the series. So, the writers were forced (...) -- Annabelle Attanasio character Cable McCrory

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25 septembre

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  • 15:01
    Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu pledged Tuesday to continue combatting Iranian "entrenchment" in Syria and coordinating with Russia after the downing of one of Moscow's planes. "We will continue to act to prevent the Iranian military entrenchment in Syria, and continue the security coordination between the Israel Defence Forces and Russian army," Netanyahu told reporters. (AFP)
  • 10:00
    A US judge ordered that grizzly bears living in and around Yellowstone be returned to the endangered species list. In a ruling hailed as historic for wildlife conservation in America, a US judge on Monday ordered that the world-famous grizzly bears living in and around Yellowstone national park be returned to the endangered species list. The move means that a controversial sport hunt of grizzlies in Wyoming and Idaho – outside the boundaries of the park – will be canceled indefinitely, extending protections against hunting that have lasted 44 (...) (The Guardian)

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  • 21:31
    The number of babies born with syphilis in the U.S. more than doubled between 2013 and 2017, according to new federal data. Rates of congenital syphilis, which a mother passes to her baby during pregnancy or delivery, rose by more than 150% between 2013 and 2017, according to new data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). A total of 918 babies were born with syphilis in 2017, the report says. That’s up from 362 in 2013 and is the highest number in 20 years. Most of these cases were clustered in Western and Southern states, with 281 in California alone. A woman with (...) -- data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
  • 21:29
    For years, President Donald Trump made the claim that the United States had become a laughingstock around the world. So it came as a bitter irony Tuesday that the whole world laughed at him during the U.N. General Assembly when he made the audacious claim that his Administration was more accomplished than almost any other in U.S. history. “I didn’t expect that reaction, but that’s OK,” Trump responded while smiling. But laughter quickly turned to uneasy silence as Trump launched into a 35-minute attack on the very values at the heart of the UN — solidarity, globalization, and (...) -- Uncategorized, Donald Trump, United Nations
  • 20:13
    Bill Cosby has been sentenced to serve 3-10 years in prison for drugging and sexually assaulting former Temple University employee Andrea Constand in 2004. Judge Steven T. O’Neill also designated the disgraced 81-year-old comedian as a sexually violent predator — meaning he will have to register as a sex offender for life and undergo counseling — on Tuesday after a two-day sentencing hearing in Montgomery County, Pennsylvania. “It is time for justice. Mr. Cosby, this has all circled back to you,” O’Neill said on Tuesday. “The time has come.” #BillCosby Sentenced To 3-10 Years Behind Bars For (...) -- Uncategorized, Courts, onetime
  • 21:05
    President Donald Trump delivered a speech to the United Nations General Assembly on Tuesday in which he touted his Administration’s accomplishments, spoke about the importance of American sovereignty and patriotism, and criticized “the ideology of globalism,” among many other things. “America is governed by Americans. We reject the ideology of globalism, and we embrace the doctrine of patriotism,” Trump said. “Around the world, responsible nations must defend against threats to sovereignty not just from global governance, but also from other, new forms of coercion and domination.” Here are (...) -- touted his Administration’s accomplishments, respond if chemical weapons are deployed, Iran deal, Global Compact on Migration
  • 21:00
    Before founding the Corrections Corporation of America, a $1.8 billion private prison corporation now known as CoreCivic, Terrell Don Hutto ran a cotton plantation the size of Manhattan. There, mostly black convicts were forced to pick cotton from dawn to dusk for no pay. It was 1967 and the Beatles’ “All you need is love” was a hit, but the men in the fields sang songs with lyrics like “Old Master don’t you whip me, I’ll give you half a dollar.” Hutto’s family lived on the plantation and even had a “house boy,” an unpaid convict who served them. At the time, most (...) -- Uncategorized, Business, History, ideas, Prison reform, Prisons
  • 20:28
    Dunkin’ is dropping the donuts — from its name, anyway. Doughnuts are still on the menu, but the company is renaming itself “Dunkin'” to reflect its increasing emphasis on coffee and other drinks. The change will officially take place in January, when the new name will start appearing on napkins, boxes and signs at its U.S. stores. The name change will eventually be adopted by international stores. Dunkin’ has more than 12,500 restaurants globally. The 68-year-old chain says its new logo will still have the familiar rounded font and orange-and-pink color scheme that the company has used (...) -- Uncategorized, Business, Dunkin' Donuts

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  • 19:34
    (ST. PAUL, Minn.) — Minnesota’s Democratic Party chairman said Monday that he expects the investigation of allegations of physical abuse against Rep. Keith Ellison to be completed and released soon, well ahead of the November election. A former long-term girlfriend accused Ellison of physical abuse last month, just days ahead of his victory in the crowded Democratic primary for Minnesota attorney general. Karen Monahan said Ellison once dragged her off a bed by her feet while screaming obscenities. She claims to have video footage of the 2016 incident but has refused to release it, saying (...) -- Uncategorized, Congress, Minnesota, onetime
  • 19:23
    Six Flags is fun. Is it fun enough to entice you to spend 30 consecutive hours in a coffin, for the questionable reward of two season passes, a $300 cash prize and the “slightly used” coffin itself, though? That’s the question that the Six Flags in St. Louis is posing to theme park enthusiasts this Halloween season, presenting a “30-Hour Coffin Challenge” that will test the limits of anyone’s sedentary lifestyle. This is way beyond “couch potato” status. On one hand, they’re making sure to avoid the solitary confinement experience and keep things interesting by allowing participants to bring a (...) -- Uncategorized, halloween, viral
  • 19:10
    At least 60 women accused Bill Cosby of sexual misconduct — but only one got a chance to give a victim impact statement at the disgraced comedian’s sentencing hearing this week. Cosby was found guilty earlier this year of drugging and sexually assaulting former Temple University employee Andrea Constand in 2004. He will be sentenced on Tuesday. Cosby has denied all allegations, and his lawyer says he plans to appeal the conviction. Constand gave a brief statement at Cosby’s sentencing hearing, asking for “justice as the court sees fit.” She submitted a powerful written victim impact (...) -- Uncategorized, Courts, onetime, Pennsylvania
  • 19:07
    When Kelly Thomas got the phone call that would change her life, she almost hung up. “I thought it was a sales call or something,” Thomas remembers. But on the line was a researcher from the Kentucky Spinal Cord Injury Research Center at the University of Louisville, offering Thomas a place in a trial — one that eventually allowed the 23-year-old Florida native, who became paralyzed after a 2014 car accident, to walk again. The results of the study, which were published Monday in the New England Journal of Medicine, are striking. Of four partially paralyzed people who went through (...) -- results of the study, movement of their legs, reported in Nature Medicine

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