BBC Four
2 minutes
The former Northern Ireland Deputy First Minister, Martin McGuinness has announced he is to retire from politics and will not seek re-election to the Stormont Assembly in March. Mr McGuinness says he had been planning to stand down in May, on the tenth anniversary of sharing power with Ian Paisley. But he says that plan was over taken by his health problems and the political crisis at Stormont.
BBC Four
15 minutes
He has a concert with on this afternoon at the Lincoln Memorial which he is expected to speak. The celebrations underway for Donald Trump at least but a lot of protests expected to kick off, including a big march at the weekend where women from all over the country had expected to converge on Washington.
BBC One South East
21 minutes
Two weeks ago, several ewes were killed in Lewes, and last March, 116 were killed in what's been described as the worst sheep-worrying attack in memory. Farmers say the police aren't doing enough. Last year there were 18,000 cases of livestock who were either killed or injured by dog attacks.
BBC One East Midlands
21 minutes
We think that we can do better. The rate is beginning to fall a little bit, but we have a particular problem with men under the age of 50, for whom that is now the biggest cause of death. Michael and if it are very much tied to get people to speak about it, they will be back in Nottingham in March where they have a big event at the Albert Hall plant paid millions of dollars in bribes to its employees and government officials to win contracts.
The Huffington Post
22 minutes
My son and I recently attended indie rock trio BETTY's annual holiday show at City Winery, which included a powerful spoken word performance by feminist icon Gloria Steinem. Loyal fans and followers filled the New York City venue, and conversation was buzzing about the election, women's equality, and what the results meant for women's rights. By the time we left for the evening, my son and I had been deeply moved by a message from the show and its messengers: The future will be much more impacted by how women respond to the election results instead of the results themselves. Look at Each Other As we've heard President Obama do in recent days Steinem and BETTY song after song challenged us to rise, and acknowledge that the power is in the people. "Look at each other. Don't look up or around, look at each other," challenged Steinem. As millions of women prepare to march around the nation in solidarity with Women's March for Equality in Washington D.
Breitbart News
24 minutes
The nation’s largest pro-life youth organization says though it has been excluded from the so-calledWomen’s March” in Washington, D.C. because of its pro-life views, it will attend anyway.
Washington Free Beacon
26 minutes
In Lafayette Square the “Free Tibettents had been taken over by the homeless. Traffic seemed curiously light for 4:00 p.m. in the city, and the only sounds were of drums and laughter in the distance. I felt calm and happy and optimistic and my thoughts turned, as they do so often, to childhood. It was a perfect evening for resisting fascism. At McPherson Square I met members of the Revolutionary Communist Party. They have vowed, per their signs, to “STOP THE TRUMP-PENCE REGIME BEFORE IT STARTS.” Banging drums and moving in a kind of circular dance-march, in their trapper hats and Keds and shabby old jackets and backpacks, chanting “No Truuuuuuuump / No fasc-ist U-S-A,” they looked very happy and capable of anything, calling to mind Wordsworth’s immortal lines: “Bliss it was in that dawn to be alive / But to be young was very heaven.” Carl, a party higher-up acting as a spokesman, gave me his business card.
BBC One East Midlands
28 minutes
They are planning monthly support meetings at a big event in March and Nottingham's Albert Hall. We do not know why exactly, we can not get into the mind of that person.
BBC One East
29 minutes
The region's Ambulance Service says people in Norfolk who fall will no longer automatically be taken to hospital. In a pilot scheme running until March, medical teams in specialist vehicles will asist people at the scene. With the NHS under increasing pressure, health bosses say this is one way they can relieve the strain and treat people at home.
Washington Free Beacon
31 minutes
In Lafayette Square the “Free Tibettents had been taken over by the homeless. Traffic seemed curiously light for 4:00 p.m. in the city, and the only sounds were of drums and laughter in the distance. I felt calm and happy and optimistic and my thoughts turned, as they do so often, to childhood. It was a perfect evening for resisting fascism. At McPherson Square I met members of the Revolutionary Communist Party. They have vowed, per their signs, to “STOP THE TRUMP-PENCE REGIME BEFORE IT STARTS.” Banging drums and moving in a kind of circular dance-march, in their trapper hats and Keds and shabby old jackets and backpacks, chanting “No Truuuuuuuump / No fasc-ist U-S-A,” they looked very happy and capable of anything, calling to mind Wordsworth’s immortal lines: “Bliss it was in that dawn to be alive / But to be young was very heaven.” Carl, a party higher-up acting as a spokesman, gave me his business card.
Forbes
40 minutes
The Women’s March organizers are some of the most amazing entrepreneurs America has ever seen. And some might even be wearing hoodies on Saturday.
RT
43 minutes
Associated Press
an hour
Organizers of the Women's March on Washington say that it will be the “largest mass mobilization” that any President has seen on their first day in office. The march has grown to include other marginalized groups. (Jan. 19) Subscribe for more Breaking News: http://smarturl.it/AssociatedPress Get updates and more Breaking News here: http://smarturl.it/APBreakingNews The Associated Press is the essential global news network, delivering fast, unbiased news from every corner of the world to all media platforms and formats. AP’s commitment to independent, comprehensive journalism has deep roots. Founded in 1846, AP has covered all the major news events of the past 165 years, providing high-quality, informed reporting of everything from wars and elections to championship games and royal weddings. AP is the largest and most trusted source of independent news and information.
Forbes
an hour
When Super Mario Run comes to Android this March, it should be free-to-play.
Bleacher Report
an hour
The Oakland Raiders filed relocation paperwork Thursday, signaling their intent to eventually move to Las Vegas. Clark County Commission Chair Steve Sisolak first announced the filing of the paperwork, with Ian Rapoport of NFL Network confirming the league received the papers, noting there will likely be a vote in March on the move. It was first reported by Rapoport on Jan. 14 that the Raiders would take the step toward relocation when it became evident that Oakland had no plans in place to keep the team. The relocation will come to vote during the spring, and the Raiders need 24 or more owners to rule in favor of the move to become the Las Vegas Raiders. Although the timeline for moving is uncertain provided it gets approved, Raiders owner Mark Davis has said he plans on continuing to play in Oakland for "a couple" more seasons while a stadium is built in Vegas, per Rapoport .
The Huffington Post
an hour
We humbly ask that you share this news. 1. A Republican aide in Maryland has been fired after it was discovered he had set up a fake news site with the intention to harm Hillary Clinton's campaign. This shit is bananas. More here . 2. 200 protesters danced their way to Mike Pence's house last night in protest of Pence's homophobic views. Sounds like a better party than the upcoming inauguration. More here . 3. Beyonce has given her support and blessing to the Women's March scheduled for Saturday. The Bae has blessed us all. More here . 4. Paul McCartney wants his songs back, damn it. Wait? Who took his songs? More here . 5. Julian Assange reneged on his promise to give himself up if Chelsea Manning was offered clemency. Assange continues to be a man of honor. More here . -- This feed and its contents are the property of The Huffington Post, and use is subject to our terms. It may be used for personal consumption, but may not be distributed on a website.
Dover Express
2 hours
The wait is finally over and the finalists for The Taste of Kent Awards 2017 have been revealed today (January 19). From over 520 Kent nominated businesses, the top three from each category will now enter the final stages, with the hope of being crowned a winner on March 9, 2017. The Taste of Kent Awards is a showcase for Kent's finest food and drink products and provides the general public with their only opportunity to choose and vote for their favourite producers, retailers, eateries and...
Mashable
2 hours
Has anything good ever come from stepping on a scale? Don't answer that. This german shorthaired pointer , a breed which we have since Googled and decided is both good and great, clearly understands the frustrations that weighing yourself can bring. SEE ALSO: Fiona Apple debuts catchy anti-Trump chant just in time for the Women's March A video posted by Fergie's GPS Mess (@fergiesgspmess) on Jan 15, 2017 at 9:03pm PST We feel you, girl. And really, if you have to ask what the number is, you probably don't want to find out. After pawing around a bit on fergiesgpsmess , the Instagram responsible for the video, we discovered that she was being weighed because she was pregnant! With puppies! Read more... More about Viral Videos , Animals , Watercooler , and Videos
The Huffington Post
2 hours
Plymouth Herald
2 hours
Bristol Airport has been named in the top ten worst airports in the UK for flight delays.The airport came in 7th place for delays according to BBC analysis of flight data from January 2015 to March 2016.Read more: Flights between Bristol and New York launched - for just £80Currently, 95 per cent of passengers who are eligible for compensation don't currently claim it.To qualify, passengers simply have to have experienced a flight delay by more than three hours in the past six years within...
The Economic Times
2 hours
Mashable
2 hours
Sky News
2 hours
The million woman March will be here along with other demonstrators. We will tell you about that in the fullness of time. So, how will the next 24 hours look here in DC? I'm joined by Ben Jacobs, Political reporter for the Guardian US.
IBTimes
2 hours
Well over a hundred celebrities will be speaking and participating in the march on 21 January.