Washington Free Beacon
29 minutes
"Those are all parts of our experience. But, there's no real good place for us to share those." Harris said that the pro-choice community should concede certain rhetorical points to the pro-life community, adding that abortion is an inherently violent act and a form of "killing." She said that abortion doctors "see the fetus the same way" that pro-life activists do, but that should not stop pro-choice advocates from defending their position. "Given that we might actually both agree that there's violence in here, ask me why I come to work everyday," she said. "Let's just give them all the violence, it's a person, it's killing, let's just give them all that." Neither the NAF nor Planned Parenthood returned request for comment. Other Planned Parenthood employees candidly discussed the exchange of organs obtained from aborted babies for money, "I know Planned Parenthood sells a lot of stuff to people," Planned Parenthood of Maryland's Dr.
Ruptly TV
40 minutes
Russian Minister of Energy Alexander Novak stated that despite an agreement between the OPEC members and non-OPEC countries, oil prices continued to decrease. He was speaking on the sidelines of the OPEC meeting in Vienna, Thursday. According to Novak, OPEC members did not agree to reduce oil procurement, however, the members "will have to regulate the initial forecast, which included the only an agreement for half a year. So now, we will specify few things, announce the numbers and the forecast will be adjusted to less". Video ID: 20170525 073 Video on Demand: http://www.ruptly.tv Contact: cd@ruptly.tv Twitter: http://twitter.com/Ruptly Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/Ruptly
Washington Free Beacon
an hour
"Your opinion is that the results are terrible, I’m suggesting that it was a member of the Trump administration who appointed this gentleman," Sanders said. "So we can agree that the CBO puts out bad data," Mulvaney said. "No, we can’t. We can agree that you guys are beating up on a man you appointed because you dont like his results," Sanders said. The two fought over federal funding for the Meals on Wheels program, before returning to Sanders's central concern: the claimed $52 billion tax break for the ultra-wealthy Walton family. Mulvaney attempted to respond that the tax repeal was part of the overall replacement of ObamaCare. But Sanders wasn't satisfied. "Ordinary people are paying more," Mulvaney said. "No, ordinary people dont have $128 billion," Sanders interjected. "You’re not answering the question. Answer the question!" At this point, concerns over healthcare arose.
Deadline
an hour
T.J. Miller , who plays the bong-hitting, forward-failing, quasi-entrepreneur Erlich Bachman on HBO 's Silicon Valley , won't be back for the series' just-announced fifth season. The producers of Silicon Valley and T.J. Miller have mutually agree that T.J. will not return for Season 5, HBO said in a statement. MORE...
Washington Free Beacon
an hour
"Those are all parts of our experience. But, there's no real good place for us to share those." Harris said that the pro-choice community should concede certain rhetorical points to the pro-life community, adding that abortion is an inherently violent act and a form of "killing." She said that abortion doctors "see the fetus the same way" that pro-life activists do, but that should not stop pro-choice advocates from defending their position. "Given that we might actually both agree that there's violence in here, ask me why I come to work everyday," she said. "Let's just give them all the violence, it's a person, it's killing, let's just give them all that." Neither the NAF nor Planned Parenthood returned request for comment. Other Planned Parenthood employees candidly discussed the exchange of organs obtained from aborted babies for money, "I know Planned Parenthood sells a lot of stuff to people," Planned Parenthood of Maryland's Dr.
Politico
an hour
’” In addition to Thapar, Trump has nominated 10 prospective judges to the lower courts. Two in particular could trigger a partisan battle over the so-called blue slip rule — a long-standing custom of the Senate Judiciary Committee that says the panel will not advance a judicial nominee without the consent of both the candidateshome-state senators. The committee’s chairman, Sen. Chuck Grassley (R-Iowa), said recently that the blue slip rule would be much stricter for district court judges that cover just a single state, rather than the more powerful circuit court nominees that span a broader region. And other Republicans agree, despite comments earlier this month that signaled the GOP would stand by that tradition. “I like the blue slip tradition as it pertains to district court judges, but I never thought it applies to circuit court,” said Sen.
Bleacher Report
an hour
Once considered among the best slot receivers in the NFL , Victor Cruz will look to revive his career with the Chicago Bears after agreeing to terms on a one-year deal Thursday, the Bears announced . NFL Network's Ian Rapoport first reported the news. The New York Giants released Cruz on Feb. 13 after he spent seven years with the team. He shared his reaction to the move with Uninterrupted: The 30-year-old rose relatively quickly from obscurity at the beginning of his NFL career. An undrafted free agent who joined the Giants in 2010, he caught 168 passes for 2,628 yards and 19 touchdowns between 2011 and 2012. But as quickly as Cruz ascended, he fell back to earth with equal speed. Pro Football Focus showed how he steadily declined with each year after his Pro Bowl campaign in 2012: ESPN.com's Jordan Raanan provided another sobering statistic about Cruz's overall production in the Big Apple: Injuries hastened the decline.
Politico
an hour
Sky News
2 hours
assessing it together, no way we could or would break it up, but nonetheless we need to do some tight mean on the lawn for cement and accessibility on the US side to ensure it doesn't find its way into the media and less it is something we both agree on. Talking.
Channel 4
2 hours
will have this kind of thing forever, virtually. Do you agree with him? Absolutely. Obama, Clinton, David Cameron, and what was the French guy's name, Nicholas Sarkozy? Their fingers were on the trigger.
Politico
2 hours
’” In addition to Thapar, Trump has nominated 10 prospective judges to the lower courts. Two in particular could trigger a partisan battle over the so-called blue slip rule – a longstanding custom of the Senate Judiciary Committee that says the panel will not advance a judicial nominee without the consent of both the candidateshome-state senators. The committee’s chairman, Sen. Chuck Grassley (R-Iowa), said recently that the blue slip rule would be much stricter for district court judges that cover just a single state, rather than the more powerful circuit court nominees that span a broader region. And other Republicans agree, despite comments earlier this month that signaled the GOP would stand by that tradition. “I like the blue slip tradition as it pertains to district court judges, but I never thought it applies to circuit court,” said Sen.
BBC News 24
2 hours
inside Nato areas itself. That is something Nato has not yet done, but could do more of. That is an area in which the leaders seem to agree, of course, an area which there is some disagreement over is Donald Trump's relationship with Nato more broadly. I understand there is some disquiet at the Brussels meeting that the President didn't come out and.
BBC News 24
2 hours
to Nato, Kurt Volker. Nato members and the President seem to agree. How much can Nato be doing in the fight against Islamic terrorism and terrorism in general? There is a couple of ways to terrorism and terrorism in general? There is a couple of ways to look at it what was agreed and There is a couple of ways to look at it what was agreed and decided today. Nato an organisation will be part today. Nato an organisation will be part of the coalition. That means that certain.
CNN
2 hours
Who doesn't love chocolate? Even if it's not your favorite sweet treat, you can probably agree that the confection conjures thoughts of love, pleasure and reward.
KyivPost
2 hours
Fedorak says that “the demand for rent in Kyiv will remain high, as the number of high-quality and adequate offers is not catching up with the demand. Even neglected housing with an (average) price easily finds its tenants.” Both real estate agents and experts agree that rental prices in the capital will not rise over the next year. The real estate market is a marker of the economy. If salaries dont grow and the purchasing power of Ukrainians remains low then landlords wont be able to raise rental prices. Fedorak does not “see any reasons for any changes in Ukraine’s rental market (in the nearest future).” The post Artem Muliavko’s quest to find an affordable place to rent in capital appeared first on KyivPost .
BBC One West Midlands
2 hours
to represent all the communities of the West Midlands equally. You've got to see his point, don't you? I don't actually agree with Jim on this and Jim and I are great friends and we go back many, many years. We're not just talking about the face coverings for Muslims. We are talking about face coverings in general. So if you turn up at an EDL march or an EDL rally.
KyivPost
3 hours
“Over the past few years, construction of residential property in Ukraine has undergone a revival, the real estate market is quietly starting to restore itself,” said Nataliya Tikhovskaya, head of Ukrsotsbank’s factoring and promissory notes department. “But it’s worth noting that bank portfolios of mortgage finance continue to drop.” Contracts to buy residential real estate under construction are executed through a range of financial instruments, according to Artyukhov and Alexander Borodkin, an attorney at Vasil Kisil and Partners law firm. The first are special purpose bonds, when an investor and developer fund construction through a bond issue. This rare method is mostly used for low end development. The second option is a construction financing fund, popular among the middle and higher ends of the market, in which buyers agree with the fund to invest money, and the fund then partners with a developer to build.
Sputnik International
3 hours
The Herald - Markets & Economy
3 hours
BBC Radio Scotland
3 hours
15 Celsius Clyde bases if you don't purchase 152 400 metres 502 1300 feet quickly dispersing by mid morning then just all the banks of of Summits weather forecast for the insured autos South East horse for rent will tend to dominate but in the southwest between the Solway Firth Mull of Kintyre and a southern Hebrides occasion arises Force 5 similarly between Berwick and Peterhead on exposed north sea coast Headland occasion arises to Forest V especially later in contrasts from the Clyde in the cars of Bute up to the west coast sea life as well as it in the Forth and tay estuary and around the door knock and Cromarty Firth often just forced to agree with some variability in the wind direction visibility gently good the moderator Times early morning and in the far north.
BBC Radio London
3 hours
I love having stream issues Higher Tier that prevent that isn't feeling to the Muslim community how about the Creator program will help create a program that's more suitable it works better at exactly what my guest was saying that sandals and shorts out for everybody Eddie don't grow some people loving that you're getting the Pedi Eddie thank you Lauren appreciate that talking about community in family reporting extremism we need to report again and again Don't Give Up release get so busy they might not react until they have a stack of reports yeah mean if you getting lots of people say exactly the same thing that you're bound to take notice of it aren't you I D I agree that we shouldn't tarnish the Muslim community of return people who are living their lives according to their beliefs I can't I am now.
Bleacher Report
3 hours
The North Carolina Tar Heels and football head coach Larry Fedora agreed on a contract extension that will keep the coach in Chapel Hill through the 2022 season. "I enjoy coaching at the University of North Carolina and I appreciate the trust Chancellor Folt and Bubba Cunningham have shown in the leadership of our program," Fedora said. "Our staff and players have worked diligently over the last five years to build a program that encompasses all aspects of the student-athlete experience, while simultaneously achieving success on the field." Jonathan Jones of SI.com has been pleasantly surprised by Fedora's commitment to the program: Fedora, 54, has gone 40-25 record in five seasons with North Carolina, leading the school to four straight bowl games, though the Tar Heels have gone 1-3 in those contests. Despite going 8-4 in 2012, Fedora's first season at the helm, the Tar Heels were banned from postseason play due to NCAA sanctions.
BBC Radio Wales
3 hours
why I bother because of course gradually treatments to arrive in a not as many as quick as I would like but the discussion here was whether something called nucleoside treatment I would be of any help to Charlie and added general balance of his opinion is it wouldn't there's really nothing you can do to reverse the damage is already been done but yes these cases will come along that I just said he might not think are all the time because usually the doctors and the parents can't agree on what the treatment is but sometimes I just got to make a decision or is it a final judgement has a more records for a few of the supreme court I don't know how likely that is ultimately either the Supreme Court of the court of Appeal has got to give leave on the basis of is there is some issues.
Sputnik International
4 hours
The Spanish Health Ministry and the Catholic Church have finally handed over documents relating to thousands of babies which were stolen from hospitals in Spain over many decades. A British MEP led a fact-finding mission after being alerted about a case from 1992.