Washington Free Beacon
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" 5. "And I'm telling you I don't." Sen. Dick Durbin (D., Ill.) got a forceful response from Gorsuch when he implied that Gorsuch held views are discriminatory against women. Durbin asked if Gorsuch if the cost of the employer for maternity leave could justify employers asking only female applicants about family planning. Gorsuch was quick to say that those weren't his words. Durbin said he didn't ask if they were his words but whether he agreed with the statement. Gorsuch gave a forceful response, "And I'm telling you I don't." #Gorsuch asked about letter by student accusing him of encouraging discrimination against pregnant female lawyers https://t.co/yKRbDMW3i2 pic.twitter.com/kf0kdO1mFDFox News (@FoxNews) March 21, 2017 As one CNN legal analyst said about Gorsuch, "He knows so much more about everything he's being asked than the senators." The post Five Best Responses Neil Gorsuch Had to Democratic Senators appeared first on Washington Free Beacon .
STV
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It comes after his co-pilot was jailed earlier this month for the same offence. There's much more still to come including sport and Sean's weather outlook. The weather is starting to quieten down quite nicely now and we are looking at settled weather as we head into the weekend and next week
The Event Chronicle
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S. Intelligence Community, as well as law enforcement agencies like the FBI and DHS . First among those intelligence agencies are the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA), the National Security Agency (NSA) and the Defense Intelligence Agency DIA. It is important to note that each of these organizations coordinates very closely with their British counterpartsMI6, MI5 and GCHQ. They also collaborate intimately with all the major MSM organs of propaganda both in the United States and Great Britain. Key Point: Virtually all of the London-based news outlets have been virulently anti-Trump since he first declared his candidacy. The Telegraph, BBC, Independent, The Guardian, Daily Mail, The Sun, Mirror, among many others have formed a veritable echo chamber of Trump bad news. Not only do these MSM organs of propaganda originate much of that bad news disseminated globally each and every daily news cycle, they are fed copious amounts of intelligence from the GCHQ which inform their “breakingstories.
ITV
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take We are expecting the Mayor Sadiq Khan to take to the stage in a few minutes. His speech will Khan to take to the stage in a few minutes. His speech will be followed by few minutes. His speech will be followed by a minute's silence. The message here is that London is united. Nina. Thank you very much. Incredible scenes there united. Nina. Thank you very much. Incredible scenes there at Trafalgar Square and Incredible scenes there at Trafalgar Square and we hope Incredible scenes there at Trafalgar Square and we hope to get you back to that vigil when some Square and we hope to get you back to that vigil when some of those events happen. The to that vigil when some of those events happen. to that vigil when some of those The attack here yesterday unfolded in minutes,.
Phys.Org
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A team spanning Baylor College of Medicine, Rice University, Texas Children's Hospital and the Broad Institute of MIT and Harvard has developed a new way to sequence genomes, which can assemble the genome of an organism, entirely from scratch, dramatically cheaper and faster. While there is much excitement about the so-called "$1000 genome" in medicine, when a doctor orders the DNA sequence of a patient, the test merely compares fragments of DNA from the patient to a reference genome. The task of generating a reference genome from scratch is an entirely different matter; for instance, the original human genome project took 10 years and cost $4 billion. The ability to quickly and easily generate a reference genome from scratch would open the door to creating reference genomes for everything from patients to tumors to all species on earth. Today in Science, the multi-institutional team reports a method - called 3D genome assembly - that can create a human reference genome, entirely from scratch, for less than $10,000.
Bleacher Report
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However, accuracy is the key for Kizer coming into the NFL. Last season at Notre Dame, Kizer only completed 58.7 percent of his passes. For comparison, Watson completed 67 percent of his attempts and Trubisky completed 68.2 percent of his attempts. Chris Emma of 670 The Score noted Kizer tried to show a different side of his game that is better suited to what NFL teams need: Eric Edholm of Yahoo Sports captured video of Kizer showing his skill in the play-action passing game: Eric Hansen of the South Bend Tribune reported unofficially Kizer completed 48 of his 60 pass attempts during the workout. Kizer also showed some versatility during Notre Dame's pro day, helping out on special teams, per Strack: The good news for Kizer is NFL teams will be taken care of in the long-snapper category, so he won't have to hone his skills doing that for much longer.
Bleacher Report
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No. 8 CS Bakersfield Georgia Tech junior Ben Lammers is third in Division I in blocks with 3.34 per game . The 6'10", 227-pound center has arguably been the NIT's Most Valuable Player thus far, as he has averaged 15 points, 8.3 rebounds, 3.0 assists, 4.3 blocks and 3.3 steals per game. The stat sheet-stuffing Lammers also produced the best individual performance of the tournament when he scored 20 points, blocked eight shots and made four steals in a 74-66 win at Ole Miss, who had just beaten Syracuse in the Carrier Dome. He should be a problem for CS Bakersfield, although the Roadrunners' run to the NIT semifinals has been remarkable. CS Bakersfield beat Cal in the first round, 73-66 after outscoring the Golden Bears 44-19 in the first half. While Cal's two best players, sophomore forward (and potential first-round NBA draft pick) Ivan Rabb and senior guard Jabari Bird, were absent from the game, it shouldn't take too much away from the Roadrunners' accomplishment, as they still beat a Pac-12 team on the road.
Sky News
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undone much as we would wish it. However, we do get to choose our reaction and gather here tonight, shows us exactly how we must move forward. We must stand together
BBC News 24
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of us have been deeply affected by what has happened. This cannot be undone, much as we wish it. However, we do get to.
ITV
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watch what we are doing, but they are not going watch what we are doing, but they are not going to win. watch what we are doing, but they At Scotland Yard PC Palmer's colleagues paid own their tribute with a short ceremony. As his family issued a statement saying he was a friend to everyone who knew him, he will be deeply missed. We love him so much. Simon Harris, ITV News, Westminster
Open Culture
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Historians have written an extraordinary amount about Hitler, the Third Reich, and World War II–so much, that it’s hard to imagine anyone could find something novel to say about this dark period of history. But German journalist Norman Ohler has done just that. In his new book, Blitzed: Drugs in the Third Reich , Ohler looks at how Hitler became increasingly dependent on a mixture of cocaine and opiates during the wartime years, all of which could have influenced his decision making. Meanwhile, despite Nazi propaganda against “degenerateculture, German troops consumed large quantities of crystal meth during major military operations. Some 35 million meth tablets were ingested during the 1940 invasion of France alone. Ohler gathered much of his evidence while reviewing the papers of Hitler’s private physician, Dr. Theodor Morell. And while some scholars have criticized Ohler’s account , Ian Kershaw, arguably the world’s leading authority on Hitler and Nazi Germany, has called Blitzed “a serious piece of scholarship” and “very well researched.
Radar Online
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According to dance mom Kira Girard , Miller's return led to the feud. Got to love she shows up with a list of what we can and can't say after 3 weeks gone! This is what you want @lifetimetv [we’re] out,” Girard tweeted. As Radar readers know, this is the latest betrayal for Miller, who was slammed by former student Ziegler in her tell-all book. PHOTOS: Dangerous Driver! ‘Dance MomsStar Kira Girard Busted For Unsafe Traffic Violations “I did a lot of crying in those early competitions,” Ziegler wrote in The Maddie Diaries: A Memoir . “My nerves were really bad because I felt so much was riding on every single number we performed. If you watch me in the wings, you’ll always see me biting my nails. I put a lot of pressure on myself , I didnt want to disappoint anyone – my teachers, my teammates, my mom, our audience.” Are you surprised? Tell us in the comments! We pay for juicy info! Do you have a story for RadarOnline.
Digital Trends
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Automated spam calls could become far less frequent under a new FCC ruling, which makes number spoofing much harder. It still needs to go through public consultation but it could become law by the year's end. The post Restricting robocalls: The FCC votes to block more automated phone call spam appeared first on Digital Trends .
Sky News
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I think, that we have to get used to. That's something that Boris Johnson was asked about. He did not really talk about that too much, but he instead focused on the support that he is feeling from politicians across the board here and also.
Core77
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Next Wednesday, March 29, at 9PM EST, the entry period for the 2017 Core77 Design Awards officially closes. If you're on the fence about submitting or are considering entering another competition, the 5 pillars of the Core77 Design Awards prove why we're a cut above the rest. We don't care where you are or what you're doing, here's why you should ignore everything around you and submit your work—before it's too late: Inclusion Design is a broad field, to say the least. In an effort to maintain inclusivity, the Core77 Design Awards offers 14 distinct categories of entry to try and encompass as much of the field as possible. From the more mainstream Consumer Product and Packaging, to the often overlooked Strategy Research and Design Education Initiative, there's a category for designers from all across the spectrum to showcase their work, and receive the recognition they deserve.
Liverpool Echo
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There will be live music, giveaways and much more
BBC News 24
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to the people around me. Matthew, why is it important for you to be here today, why have you bought flowers gritter much I bought daffodils because I grew up thinking they work right British, and it shows that, no matter what happens, London will.
BBC News 24
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the third in more than a decade, in Britain. It's a tremendous record for our security services but reminds us the ability to carry out violence on this level is held by people who do not have much.
Mashable
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I'm a millennial and I can't stop oversharing about my sex life. And, while I hate to point the finger, I blame social media I first realised I was a sexual oversharer during a pretty uncomfortable moment with a new housemate someone I barely knew, but was trying to get to know. As I sipped my first coffee of the day, I leant across and told my new housemate something I'd told other friends just days previous. I described, in graphic detail, a sexual escapade; "Rachel," my new housemate said without a hint of a smile. "That is too much information for me. Seriously." SEE ALSO: Facebook's Snapchat clone is perfect for laying down thirst traps for crushes Read more... More about Sex And Relationships , Sex , Social Media , Uk , and Watercooler
TIME - Top Stories
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John Mayer , emotional troubadour extraordinaire, has a new album coming out next month and as expected, he has a lot of feelings about it particularly a breakup song that alludes to his ex, pop princess Katy Perry . In a sprawling interview with the New York Times , Mayer shared that the album's first single, a wistful but catchy ballad by the name of Still Feel Like Your Man is about missing Perry after their very public breakup in 2014 . Who else would I be thinking about? he said. And by the way, its a testament to the fact that I have not dated a lot of people in the last five, six years. That was my only relationship. So its like, give me this, people. In addition to apparently not dating much, Mayer also revealed in the interview that he recently quit drinking and is very thoughtfully entering cannabis lifestyle.
Sky News
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In addition, an American torso and walking across the bridge with his wife, they were there to celebrate their 25th wedding anniversary. He died. His wife still in a serious condition in hospital. Of course, we've heard much over the last 24 hours about PC Keith Palmer. He had been going about his daily business with the confines of the Palace.
Liverpool Echo
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Police say they are "very much aware" of antisocial behaviour problem in Southport
Liverpool Echo
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Sky News
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-- all as the vehicle attacks we have seen... A morbid and horrific meaning. For now, thank you very much indeed. Thanks a lot