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Did Princess Diana have a big gay secret? It turns out the late royal's butler, Paul Burrell , recently split with his wife of over 30 years, Maria Cosgrove — to be with a man. Sources told Straight Shuter's Rob Shuter that the People's Princess was the only person who knew her employee's secret , since over the years they had become friends and confidants. According to insiders, Diana came to believe after her marriage to Prince Charles imploded that life was too short to live a lie . If she had lived, said sources, Diana would have encouraged Burrell to embrace his sexuality [http://radaronline.com/videos/princess-diana-prince-charles-divorce-hints-letters-secretary/] and move on much sooner than he actually did. For more of the latest gossip, follow Straight Shuter's Rob Shuter on RadarOnline.com We pay for juicy info! Do you have a story for RadarOnline.com? Email us at tips@radaronline.com, or call us at (866) ON-RADAR (667-2327) any time, day or night.
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An honest assessment of the Affordable Care Act (ACA) allows us to understand its inherent failures and the potential results of sabotage. Failing To Live Up To Key Promises House Speaker Paul Ryanspeaks during a news conference on Capitol Hill in Washington, March 8, 2017. (AP/J. Scott Applewhite) The ACA has failed to live up to many of its promises and goals. While Democrats have repeatedly moved the goal post to declare victory over the years, we should go back to what the party claimed it would do back in 2009 and 2010. Keep in mind, this is not just about the empty promises made to serve as talking points—such as the assurance you could keep your plan and your doctor—but the more wide-reaching promises about systemic improvement. Obama promised to make health care universal and affordable. During his 2008 campaign, he said his plan would “lower your premiums.
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Coventry Telegraph
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Round-up of todays Wasps stories from the Coventry Telegraph
Deadline
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Like a comic book villain, the nearly two-year old © lawsuit over Iron Man's armor has been knocked down but not knocked out and will fight on. A federal judge in New York yesterday handed Marvel and Disney most of the dismissal of Horizon Comics action over the Armored Avenger that they had sought. However, while Iron Man 's outfit was seen by U.S. District Judge J. Paul Oetken to be full of "dissimilarities" from that of Horizon's Radix comics, the pose of a...
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The Event Chronicle
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) Following the discovery of burials in her own flower garden, Murray embarked on an archaeological odyssey of her own. In 1921, she published an article for the American Anthropologist, noting that the femur, jaw, and teeth of one of the seven-foot skeletons was then still in the Tioga Point Museum. Also included are references to many skeletons between 6 and 7 feet tall, with photographs of artifacts, pottery, and the in situ burial of one of the “above 6ftburials. The article also features a photograph of the “Paul Scott Collection”, described as “a multiplicity of small artifacts, suggesting a race of pygmies” which included a “miniature amulet and sinker stones.” (Aboriginal Sites In And NearTeaoga”, in American Anthropologist 23(2) 1921). Regardless of the disparagement of amateurs, historians, and antiquarians, the credentials of Webb, Snow, and Dragoo have never been brought into question.
Coventry Telegraph
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Daily Mail - USA
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William Paul Young says he used his book The Shack to exorcise his own pain over being raped repeatedly as a very young boy by tribesmen in New Guinea.
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The couple would host lavish parties in the property with members of the Manhattan social elite. When he died he was working with Paulson & Co., another New York hedge fund. Founder Paul Johnson released a statement on Monday night saying We are extremely saddened by this news. Charles was an extremely gifted and brilliant man, a great partner and a true friend.' In December 2013, Fairfield Greenwich settled a class action suit for $80.2million, according to a website for Madoff's victims. They were sued for failing to protect investor assets. Almost 3,000 investors claimed a portion of the settlement. Murphy was a Partner and Member of the Executive Committee. The group's Fairfield Sentry Fund was the disgraced financier's biggest feeder fund. Up until the scandal, the fund had been paid more than 11 percent interest each year following a 15-year relationship with the Ponzi crook.
TIME - Top Stories
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Indeed, if the Framers of the Constitution had thought it necessary to protect the President from the burdens of private litigation, we think it far more likely that they would have adopted a categorical rule than a rule that required the President to litigate the question whether a specific case belonged in the exceptional case' subcategory, wrote Justice John Paul Stevens at the time. In all events, the question whether a specific case should receive exceptional treatment is more appropriately the subject of the exercise of judicial discretion than an interpretation of the Constitution. But Trump's lawyer seizes on another aspect of the decision. Stevens also wrote that immunity questions should be decided at the earliest possible stage of the litigation in recognition of the singular importance of the President's duties.
Forbes
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Who knew that the man behind Paul Mitchel hair care products was an entrepreneur, philanthropist – and raconteur?Hear how John Paul DeJoria started out poor as a first generation American but is now a billionaire businessman.
Forbes
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Who knew that the man behind Paul Mitchel hair care products was an entrepreneur, philanthropist – and raconteur?Hear how John Paul DeJoria started out poor as a first generation American but is now a billionaire businessman.
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The discomfort with the FBI's vast data collection is bipartisan, it seems, with Republicans as well as Democrats voicing outrage about the agency's activities. I'm frankly appalled, said Rep. Paul Mitchell (R-Mich.). I wasn't informed when my driver's license was renewed my photograph was going to be in a repository that could be searched by law enforcement across the country. Beyond the secret mass data collection, other ethics concerns arose when it emerged that the system misidentifies people about 15 percent of the time. It also misidentifies black people, women, and young people more often than white people, men, and older people, respectively. Rep. Elijah Cummings (D-Md.) called for the FBI to test its technology for racial bias, the Guardian reported, something the FBI claims is unnecessary because the system is race-blind.
The Hill
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House Republicans on Tuesday said they are not giving up on their effort to repeal ObamaCare despite the failure of their replacement bill last week.Speaker Paul Ryan (R-Wis.) said lawmakers will keep trying to fin...
Scunthorpe Telegraph
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RUBBISH is piled up on a site in Scunthorpe vacated by travellers today (Tuesday, March 28). The travellers had been on the site for two weeks. Lawyers from North Lincolnshire Council went to Grimsby Magistrates' Court last week seeking an order to evict travellers who had been camping illegally on West Common Lane playing fields since March 13. Paul Verrico speaks about male grief ahead of Rio Ferdinand's BBC1 documentary It was be the third time since last June the local...
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Nottingham Evening Post
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Nottingham Forest are back in action this weekend when they travel to face Preston North End following the international break. And with just eight games to go, it threatens to be a nerve-wracking few weeks as the Reds fight for Championship survival under new boss Mark Warburton. In the Post's latest Forest podcast, Reds reporter Paul Taylor discusses the battle to avoid relegation as well as a whole range of other topics. There is an injury update on who might be available for Saturday's...