mirPod PODCASTING RSS   Mirpod Podcast Player   http://www.mirpod.com/
  samedi 26 mai 16:26
100 articles

26 mai

ABC News : Top Stories

CNN.com

ABC News : Top Stories

NYT > Home Page

CNN.com

Top Stories - Google News

  • 07:20
    New York Times Keeping Summit Hopes Alive Suggests Kim Jong-un May Need a Deal New York Times SEOUL, South Korea — Ever since Kim Jong-un took over as the young, untested ruler of North Korea seven years ago, he has promised his country a future free from deprivation. In his first speech as leader, he vowed that North Koreans, millions of whom ... Key US allies 'perplexed' as Trump treats friends like enemiesCNN Canceled summit raises stakes for China over North KoreaWashington Post South Korea relieved about Trump-Kim summit revival effortsCNBC Wall Street Journal -CBS News (...) -- Top Stories
  • 03:06
    New York Times USC President Agrees to Step Down Over Scandal Involving Gynecologist New York Times LOS ANGELES — The president of the University of Southern California, C. L. Max Nikias, agreed to step down Friday in the wake of a scandal over a gynecologist accused of abusing students at the campus health center. Rick J. Caruso, a member of the ... USC President CL Max Nikias to step downLos Angeles Times USC president steps down in wake of lawsuits against school, gynecologistCNN USC president agrees to step down amid university gynecologist sex scandalFox News NBCNews.com -Washington (...) -- Top Stories

Yahoo ! News : U.S. News

  • 10:44
    The student, who was being held by police, was armed with two handguns when he shot a science teacher and another student in a science classroom at a Noblesville West Middle School on Friday morning, police in the community 25 miles (42 km) northeast of Indianapolis said. As of early Saturday, authorities had not identified the student or filed charges against him. The shooting, by CNN's count, was the 23rd in the United States this year and comes just a week after a high school student in Santa Fe, Texas, shot and killed eight classmates and two (...) (Reuters)
  • 09:56
    (Reuters) - The president of University of Southern California is resigning after criticism over the school's handling of complaints that a campus health clinic gynecologist sexually abused his patients during pelvic exams, the school said on Friday. C.L. Max Nikias will step down after serving as the school's president for nearly eight years, the university's executive committee of the board of trustees said in a statement. "President Nikias and the Executive Committee of the Board of Trustees have agreed to begin an orderly transition and commence the process of selecting a new (...) (Reuters)
  • 05:23
    By Marco Garcia PAHOA, Hawaii (Reuters) - A tide of molten rock turned a Hawaii street into a volcanic wasteland on Friday as the number of homes destroyed by the erupting Kilauea volcano soared and authorities told residents to flee a surge of lava heading towards them. The destructive fury of the erupting Kilauea volcano was unleashed on the Big Island's Leilani Estates housing development, with the number of homes and other structures destroyed leaping to 82 from a previous count of 50, according to the Federal Emergency Management Agency. Some 2,200 acres (890 hectares) of land have (...) (Reuters)
  • 03:43
    By Sofia Menchu GUATEMALA CITY (Reuters) - The family of a 19-year-old Guatemalan woman killed by a U.S. border patrol officer called on Friday for the United States to dial-back its rhetoric on migrants, after President Donald Trump described gang members entering the country as "animals." The woman, identified by her family as Claudia Gomez, was shot on Wednesday in south Texas by an officer who opened fire after several people "rushed him," the Border Patrol said in a statement on Friday. The agency, alternately describing them as "illegal aliens" and "a group of suspected illegal (...) (Reuters)
  • 03:29
    The incident at Noblesville West Middle School was the latest in a series of shootings at U.S. schools and colleges fueling debate about how to keep campuses safe. The suspect had excused himself from class and came back armed with the pistols and opened fire in a science class, authorities said. "We do know the situation resolved extremely quickly,” Police Chief Kevin Jowitt told reporters in Noblesville, which is about 25 miles (42 km) northeast of (...) (Reuters)
  • 03:29
    Teacher Jason Seaman and a student at Noblesville West Middle School were shot by another student who was armed with two guns, police said. Seaman swatted the guns from the shooter and wrestled him to the ground, protecting other youngsters in his science class, local media reported. Kristi Seaman, who identified herself as Seaman's mother on Facebook, said her son was shot in the abdomen, hip and forearm. (Reuters)
  • 02:46
    (Reuters) - Subtropical storm Alberto is moving slowly and erratically over the northwestern Caribbean Sea and is expected to strengthen gradually over the next 48 hours as it heads to the Gulf of Mexico, the U.S. National Hurricane Center (NHC) said in its latest advisory on Friday. The storm is located about 100 miles (160 km) south-south east of Cozumel, Mexico, packing maximum sustained winds of 40 mph (65 kph), the Miami-based weather forecaster (...) (Reuters)
  • 02:19
    U.S. Environmental Protection Agency chief Scott Pruitt's security detail has cost taxpayers well over $3 million so far, up sharply from his predecessor during an equivalent period, according to details released by the agency, which said Pruitt's life had been threatened. Pruitt, who environmental groups have accused of lax enforcement and cozy ties with industry, requested 24-hour protection beginning on his first day in office. It was an unusual measure for the nation's top environmental regulator, and Pruitt and the agency have said it was justified by a high number of threats to his (...) (Reuters)

The Inquisitr

  • 10:10
    Warning: May contain spoilers for 13 Reasons Why Season 2. “Hannah, I love you… and I let you go.” Those were the beautiful words Clay (played by Dylan Minnette) used to say goodbye to Hannah Baker at the end of 13 Reasons Why Season 2. Following Clay’s beautiful – and emotional farewell – he watched as Hannah walked into the “white light.” Finally, at peace. Even though Katherine Langford’s character committed suicide at the end of Season 1, Hannah Baker was a regular in Season 2. Katherine’s lived on in Season 2 of 13 Reasons Why through a combination of flashbacks filling gaps in Season 1 and (...) -- TV, 13 Reasons Why, hannah baker, Katherine Langford
  • 10:08
    Bhad Bhabie is well known for her “Cash me ousside,” catchphrase which debuted on the September 2016 episode of The Dr. Phil Show and daring the entire audience to fight her, but the 15-year-old rapper has been hitting major milestones in the music industry. Danielle Bregoli, whose stage name is, Bhad Bhabie, is planning to release 15 new songs this summer. Bregoli took to Twitter to announce the news. Bregoli announced to her 465,000 nofollowers, “Dropping 15 songs this summer (including the flame emoji) u ready??” Bhad Bhabie was nominated for top female rap artist at the 2018 Billboard (...) -- Music, Bhad Bhabie, Cash Me Ousside girl, cash me outside danielle bregoli, cash me outside dr. phil, Danielle Bregoli, gucci flip glops
  • 09:52
    It’s refreshing to see the continued movement of women filmmakers creating horror movies. Last year brought us the horror anthology XX, featuring short stories from four female directors: Karyn Kusama, St. Vincent, Roxanne Benjamin, and Jovanka Vuckovic. The project was promoted as a film to highlight women directors in a genre that is largely underrepresented. In addition to the abovementioned, there are a handful of women who have made horror movies, like Jennifer Kent (The Babadook) and Mary Harron (American Psycho), but it is a genre largely dominated by men (it would be a challenge (...) -- horror films
  • 09:26
    As part of his promised plan to overhaul a bloated government bureaucracy, President Donald Trump signed three executive orders on Friday that re-write the rules regarding federal workers. The orders, including one that makes it easier to terminate certain employees, are aimed at making the government operate “more efficiently and more securely.” Per a Fox News report, the first executive order makes federal employees more accountable for their jobs while, at the same time, poor performing workers can be swiftly fired. The order aims to quicken the termination process as firing an employee (...) -- White House, executive orders, Federal Employees, president Donald Trump
  • 07:56
    It has been approximately 12 years since we last heard from Randal Graves and Dante Hicks, the protagonists of Clerks and Clerks II. Since then, filmmaker Kevin Smith has not returned to what he calls the “View Askewniverse,” which includes the films Clerks, Mallrats, Chasing Amy, Dogma, Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back, and Clerks II. Amid a slew of failed attempts to revive the aforementioned cinematic universe, including a sequel to Dogma, a reboot of Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back, and a Mallrats TV series titled Mallbrats, Clerks III was the prospective Smith project closest to (...) -- Movies, Clerks, jay and silent bob, Jeff anderson, kevin smith
  • 07:18
    With titles like Halloween, The Predator, Hellraiser: Judgement, Insidious: The Last Key, and The Strangers: Prey at Night, among a few others, sequels seem to be the theme of horror movies in 2018. And while several of those horror movies, like Hellraiser, are largely considered among the worst of 2018, Prey at Night was considerably better than its 2008 predecessor, and it’s a solid sequel. Like the original, it claims to be based on a true story, but keep in mind, it’s loosely based on crimes (both local crimes and murders committed by the Charles Manson cult) that inspired (...) -- Movies, horror, Horror Movies, movie reviews
  • 06:27
    Desmond James had an unusual way to beat the rap on his rape charge — pulling out his penis in court to prove he wasn’t the right man. The 26-year-old James had been accused of sexual assault in a 2012 incident. The accuser claimed she was raped by a black man whose penis was a different shade than the rest of his body, so the New York Post noted that James disrobed and exposed himself to prove that he couldn’t have been the culprit. The moment was a shock to everyone in the courtroom, including members of the jury. As the New York Post reported, the judge had not warned the jury that (...) -- Odd, accused rapist shows penis, Desmond James, Desmond James trial
  • 05:57
    Kylie Jenner and Travis Scott are on the verge of a big breakup. At least that’s according to an article published by Radar Online which claims that the new parents are going through lots of turmoil now that there’s a baby in the picture. According to Radar, Jenner and Scott are at odds because Kylie feels that Travis is trying to control her life. She allegedly feels smothered by her baby’s father, an alleged source told the gossip site. The “insider” goes on to say that the “Butterfly” rapper “doesn’t give her any freedom,” and that he lays down the law when it comes to what she wears. Click here (...) -- Fact Checking, Kylie Jenner, stormi webster, Travis Scott
  • 05:26
    Derick Dillard has been incredibly vocal on social media about his beliefs. He has managed to get himself and his wife, Jill Duggar, terminated from working with the TLC network because of the things he has said. Dillard has attacked the LGBTQ community on several occasions, specifically picking on transgender teen Jazz Jennings, who also has a show on the TLC network. The last several months have been filled with criticism about how Derick Dillard handles his social media rants. In fact, an extended member of the Duggar family called him out for spewing hate-filled messages on Twitter. (...) -- Social Media, Derick Dillard, Jill Duggar, social media, Twitter
  • 04:52
    Archaeologists have just excavated a large area in Pachacamac, Peru, and discovered a 1,000-year-old mummy that is extremely well preserved, which is a rarity given its age. A study conducted by the Université libre de Bruxelles’s Centre for Archaeological Research (CReA-Patrimoine) has further confirmed that this region of Peru was once a heavily frequented pilgrimage site during the time of the great Inca empire. As Phys.org reports, the discovery of the Peruvian mummy was a happy surprise for archaeologists who had spent a full nine weeks of excavations in Pachacamac before they found (...) -- Science, Incas, mummy, Pachacamac, peru
  • 04:48
    After Theresa, Brady’s “great love” and mother of his child, abruptly left Salem, time went on and he eventually found himself falling head over heels in love with her sister Eve. Over time, true love began to blossom and with it, Brady’s heart became entwined with Eve’s. Brady and Eve’s relationship began as a cruel trick that was orchestrated by Victor. In previous episodes of Days of our Lives, Brady (Eric Martsolf) duped Eve (Kassie DePaiva) into falling for him in an effort to regain the rights to Titan’s sister company, Basic Black. In a case of fake it until you make it, Brady’s feelings (...) -- TV, Brady Black, chloe lane, days of our lives, Daytime Drama, Daytime Television, DOOL, Eric Martsolf, Eve Donovan, Jen Lilley, kassie depaiva, Nadia Bjorlin, NBC soap opera, NBCdays, soap operas, Theresa Donovan, Thrady
  • 04:40
    On Friday, May 25, Showtime debuted their original documentary movie Bipolar Rock ‘N’ Roller (it will be available On Demand starting on May 26). The Showtime documentary is about renowned sports commentator Mauro Ranallo (WWE, Showtime Boxing, and MMA), and his continuous battle with bipolar disorder. As the Inquisitr recently reported, Mauro Ranallo has been very open about his struggle with the disorder, and he’s hoping that Bipolar Rock ‘N’ Roller casts a bigger light on mental health issues and helps spread awareness. The Showtime film is directed by his longtime friend and former (...) -- Mauro Ranallo
  • 04:39
    As the NFL season continues to draw closer, the age of the running back appears to be coming back. Over the last few years, the league has slowly seen offenses relying more and more on the ground game. In the eight to 10 years before that, the league had become a quarterback powered league where teams did not need to have a star running back. Last season, there were teams who saw their running backs power their entire offense. That will be the case again in 2018, although there are a few more teams that added running backs that should be a focal point of their offense. For example, the (...) -- Football, nfl, Running Back
  • 04:36
    After what seemed like a calm, the Me Too movement proves itself an ongoing storm for Hollywood elites harboring closeted skeletons. In what is becoming typical fashion, the career of yet another movie icon appears to have ended overnight. Still fresh in the minds of many, jarring accusations implicating veteran actor Morgan Freeman of sexual harassment by 16 people surfaced yesterday, shocking fans across the world. These statements detail the 80-year-old actor’s proclivities to making unwanted sexual contact and advances toward women on film sets and during interviews. A representative (...) -- Celebrities, #MeToo, harvey weinstein, louis c.k., morgan freeman, sexual assault
  • 04:29
    After a decade of being a playoff contender in the Eastern Conference, the Atlanta Hawks decided to undergo a full-scale rebuild in the 2017-18 NBA season. One of the players who is noticeably disappointed with the Hawks’ decision is Dennis Schroder. In a press conference in Germany (h/t NBC Sports), the 24-year-old point guard hinted at his plan to demand a trade from the Hawks in the upcoming offseason and expressed his intention to join a team that is “going in the right direction.” Click here to continue and read (...) -- “going in the right direction.”
  • 04:25
    Nicki Minaj set tongues ablaze today when she seemed to imply that she was currently dating Eminem. The rumor stems from a post Minaj made of her lip syncing to her verse on “Big Bank,” a song that also features YG, Two Chainz, and Big Sean. At one point during the verse, Nicki Minaj raps “Told ’em I met Slim Shady, bag the Em. Once he go black, he’ll be back again.” In the comments, one of her fans asked Nicki if she was dating Eminem and Minaj answered “yes.” Click here to continue and read (...) -- Fact Checking, eminem, NAS, nicki minaj
  • 04:21
    For hardcore F. Scott Fitzgerald fans, there was never any doubt that The Great Gatsby was set on the North Shore of Long Island. Even before seeing either of the movies inspired by the book, the town of West Egg was assumed to be in the Hamptons. But now, a new documentary, Gatsby In Connecticut; The Untold story is turning everything you think you know upside down. Initially, Charles Scribner III, the great-great-grandson of the man who originally published The Great Gatsby, said there was no way that West Egg was not based on Long Island, but after hearing the evidence from filmmaker (...) -- BuzzWorthy, F. Scott Fitzgerald Story, the great gatsby, Westport
  • 04:18
    Dancing With the Stars just wrapped its 26th season. Survivor has just been renewed for Seasons 37 and 38. Like it or not, reality TV is here to stay. And although certain shows have overstayed their welcome (sorry, The Real World), there’s no end in sight for some key reality TV. Big Brother (2000 to present) Currently in its 20th season, the Julie Chen-led CBS reality show is bigger than ever thanks to a boost from a first-ever celebrity-themed season. Chenbot has come a long way since her early days as the host of the CBS reality show, which boasts the catchphrase “Expect the (...) -- TV, american idol, big brother, Real Housewives Of Beverly Hills, the bachelorette
  • 04:03
    Earlier this month, Congress published over 3,500 political Facebook ads that appeared to have sowed discord during the 2016 U.S. election. The leaders of the Senate Intelligence Committee agreed with the intelligence community’s assessment that Russians interfered in the presidential election. As per the findings of the intelligence agencies, Russia weaponized Facebook to promote divisive issues such as gun control and racial bias. Last month, when Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg appeared before the Senate’s Commerce and Judiciary committees, he promised that his team would make the (...) -- Social Media, ads, Facebook, russia, US Election
  • 03:54
    Luann de Lesseps of Real Housewives of New York did not appear at her hearing on Friday because she has reportedly taken a plea deal. On December 24 last year, the reality television star was arrested for disorderly conduct at the Colony Hotel in Palm Beach. In January, she was charged with a total of five crimes, four felonies, and a misdemeanor. In July, she will go to court for a plea conference regarding two misdemeanors and a felony – disorderly intoxication, trespassing, and resisting arrest. It’s expected that the felony count of resisting arrest will be dropped as part of the plea (...) -- Celebrities, celebrity crime, LuAnn de Lesseps, real housewives of new york, RHONY

CNN.com

  • 06:58
    A Russian oligarch who was questioned by special counsel Robert Mueller and recently sanctioned by the US visited President Donald Trump's personal attorney Michael Cohen in Trump Tower during the presidential transition in January 2017, according to video reviewed by CNN and a person familiar with the matter.

NYT > Home Page

CNN.com

ABC News : Top Stories

NYT > Home Page

CNN.com

  • 00:31
    What happens when lava meets water? One might be tempted to think that lava just pours forth, quickly cools down and solidifies. But it is a lot more complicated -- and sometimes more explosive -- than that. Indeed, water plays many roles in volcanology, and the Kilauea eruption that has transfixed us all for weeks showcases them quite clearly.

NYT > Home Page

CNN.com

TIME.com : Top Stories

  • 00:49
    Ireland has voted to repeal the Eighth Amendment of its constitution, two major exit polls are projecting. The vote, if confirmed by official results, would pave the way for the lifting of one of the strictest abortion laws in the world. An Irish Times exit poll of about 4,000 voters by Ipsos/MRBI shows that 68% voted “Yes” to repealing the Eighth Amendment, which guarantees a mother and her unborn fetus “an equal right to life.” An estimated 32% said “No,” according to the poll. RTE’s exit poll showed a similar split on the vote, with an estimated 69.4% voting “Yes” and 30.6% voting “No,” (...) -- Uncategorized, Ireland, onetime

Yahoo ! News : U.S. News

  • 00:52
    A South Carolina jury on Friday could not agree on a verdict in a case of a woman whose family said her long-term use of Johnson & Johnson's Baby Powder led to her death from asbestos-related cancer, resulting in a mistrial. The case of Bertila Boyd-Bostic, who died of a rare form of cancer in 2017 at the age of 30, is the latest in a series of trials in the United States that center around allegations that the company's talc-based powder contained asbestos. "We're disappointed the jury did not reach a unanimous verdict for Johnson & Johnson," the company said in a statement emailed to (...) (Reuters)
  • 00:38
    The Trump administration will make available an additional 15,000 H-2B visas, meant for temporary non-agricultural workers, this fiscal year, the U.S. Department of Homeland Security said on Friday. Many of them had complained that a visa shortage was pushing them toward economic ruin. The U.S. government had issued 66,000 such visas this year, through a lottery for the first time, versus the usual first-come, first-served basis. (Reuters)
  • 00:16
    President Donald Trump on Friday signed three executive orders designed to make it easier to fire federal government workers and to crack down on the unions that represent them, drawing immediate criticism from a group representing federal employees. Administration officials said the orders would give government agencies greater ability to remove employees with "poor" performance, get "better deals" in union contracts and require federal employees with union responsibilities to spend less time on union work. "Today the president is fulfilling his promise to promote more efficient (...) (Reuters)

25 mai

CNN.com

ABC News : Top Stories

NYT > Home Page









mirPod.com is the best way to tune in to the Web.

Chercher, découvrir, news, podcast francais, radios, webtv, videos. Vous trouverez du contenu du Monde entier et de la France. Vous pourrez créer votre propre contenu et le partager avec vos amis.


ACCEUIL add podcastAjouter votre Podcast FORUM By Jordi Mir & mirPod since April 2005....
A PROPOS Supporter lequipe mirPod Terms of Use BLOG OnlyFamousPeople MIRTWITTER