Derby Telegraph
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A television production company is inviting Derby people getting married in the next few days to take part in a new TV show. The new show about wedding planning has the working title Bring On The Bride and production company Crackit is looking for a final couple for the Channel 5Star programme. It wants couples getting married in February to get in touch. A spokesperson for Crackit Productions said: We're looking for brides-to-be that are getting married before March 2017 to take...
Salisbury Journel
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TIME - Top Stories
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The Event Chronicle
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Why would Trump select someone who clearly has ties to the elite, hedge funds, and Goldman Sachs, all of which he claims to oppose? Why Steven Mnuchin Is a Strange Choice for Trump After graduating from Yale University, Steven Mnuchin began his business career at Salomon Brothers in the early 1980s and then started working for Goldman Sachs in 1985. Prior to the election, Trump had criticized his Republican competitor Ted Cruz for his connections to Wall Street and because his wife had worked for Goldman Sachs. Trump went so far as to call out both Cruz and Hillary Clinton for their connections to Wall Street in one debate, stating that the guys at Goldman Sachs have “total control” over them. And he wasnt lying; Hillary was scrutinized for her paid speeches to Goldman Sachs, which you can read about here . Interestingly enough, Hillary considered a high-ranking Goldman Sachs banker, Gary Gensler, for the position of Treasury Secretary, the same position Trump selected Mnuchin for.
Sputnik International
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India has lost 26 soldiers in different encounters with terrorists in Jammu & Kashmir.
Mondoweiss
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It wasn't just me. Over time, as more Jews of Conscience began to speak out, lists of wayward Jews were promulgated by these very Jewish organizations experiencing threats today, thus encouraging, perhaps enabling, violent outliers. Were they also insiders? I don't mean to give the impression that the assault against me and other Jews of Conscience produced only negative encounters. There was humor and building bridges, too. After my bomb-threat lectures, I made a special effort to thank the police who stayed through what were often two to three-hour events. I thought they would totally bored by it all but surprise, surprise, most found the lectures and Q&A interesting. Several thanked me for coming to the university. As with police short-hand, I often had the handle: Rabbi. When a Black police officer kept greeting me as Rabbi, I asked him to call me by my name.
Phys.Org
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New research from The University of Texas at Austin reveals that the Earth's unique iron composition isn't linked to the formation of the planet's core, calling into question a prevailing theory about the events that shaped our planet during its earliest years.
Adweek
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One of the perks of winning at the AICP Awards is that your ad goes into the archives of the Department of Film at the Museum of Modern Art. This brings a new level of bragging rights to advertising creatives, whose work doesn't too often reside next to masterful fine art. The call for entries...
Sky News
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It came down early this morning near Essendon Airport in Melbourne. Sky's Katie Stallard reports. This small plane had taken off just seconds beforehand, the pilot managing to issue a Mayday distress call to report catastrophic engine failure, before crashing into the roof of the shopping centre.
BBC Parliament
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As I said, these provisions are not going to be brought into this bill because I think it's highly unlikely that the government would accept any of them, albeit they might not politely at them when the Ministry of Justice's call for evidence process is still open.
ABC News - Entertainment
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"Anything can happen anyone can appear," he said.
BBC News 24
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And, then, all of a sudden, it hit the spotlight, and just erupted into a huge fireball. There's explosions going off one after the other. So, the plane go up, then cars going off as well. So there was a lot of smoke and flame. Piecing together what led to the crash may take weeks. Specialist investigators have been called to the scene, but the police have confirmed that the pilot made a Mayday call We understand there was potentially catastrophic engine failure but we are unsure at this stage.
The Huffington Post
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In most cases, I think people have reason to doubt. Most economic predictions, for example, have pretty poor records, so you cant call them facts. In the Brexit debate, there were a lot of valid arguments on both sides, and you cant blame the public for being skeptical. This is also true for the climate debate. It is true that some people deny what is clear. But the details on climate change are very uncertain. Even those who agree on all will differ in their attitudes toward the appropriate policy. That depends on other things, including ethics. In a lot of recent debates, people agreed about the science. They disagree about the appropriate policies deriving from that facts. For instance: how much constraint are we willing to exercise, in order to facilitate the life of generations to come? Opinions differ hugely. 'In the Brexit debate, there were a lot of valid arguments on both sides, and you can’t blame the public for being skeptical.
The Economic Times
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Sputnik International
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Daily Express - Travel
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Evening Standard
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Politico
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Her post follows a call from the Anti-Defamation League for the Trump administration to take action in response to a wave of reported threats against Jewish community centers (which are often referred to by the abbreviation JCC) around the country. At least 10 such centers have received bomb threats in recent days, the fourth wave of threats against JCCs that the ADL has identified this year. Trump was asked about the rising tide of anti-Semitism at his press conference last week by a reporter from Ami Magazine, a weekly, Orthodox Jewish publication. That reporter prefaced his question by noting that he did not believe Trump to be an anti-Semite and then launched into a query about bomb threats against JCCs. The president, who had been in search of a “friendly reporter” when he called on Ami Magazine’s Jake Turx, interrupted him before he could finish, remarking that Turx’s was “not a fair question.
Hackaday
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This is true, and I recommend that anyone with a car picks one up. They're handy for checking basic codes, and clearing the check engine light (we call it the Malfunction Indication Lamp in automotive engineering speak). The ELM327 is great for the price, but it has its shortcomings. Most communicate using ASCII over Bluetooth Serial Port Profile, which severely limits the data throughput and doesn't work on iOS. The software cannot be customized. No on board storage is provided for logging. The Bluetooth pin is always 1234, so if you leave it plugged in, anyone walking by can do diagnostics on your car! The M2 does cost more than these devices, but it also addresses many of these problems. Conclusions The M2 is a nifty piece of new hardware for people that want to hack on cars. It'll need some more work on the software side of things before it's useable by the masses, but it's basically ready for the hackers to start work with.
Bleacher Report
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If the rumors and speculation from the past few days are an indication of the action we will be seeing this week prior to the NBA trade deadline (Thursday, February 23, at 3 p.m. ET), then half of the NBA's players will be changing addresses by the weekend. At least that's how it seems. Portland and Denver kicked things off with the Jusuf Nurkic -Mason Plumlee deal before the New Orleans Pelicans pulled off a heist by acquiring DeMarcus Cousins . There are almost too many names to keep track of at this juncture. Let's take a look at three in particular and offer some predictions on where they will call home. Jimmy Butler The balance of power in the Eastern Conference can shift dramatically if Boston Celtics general manager Danny Ainge gives a Godfather offer to the Chicago Bulls for All-Star forward Jimmy Butler, but is Boston willing to pay what should be a hefty price? Ric Bucher of Bleacher Report said Boston eschewed landing Cousins in hopes of landing the Chicago Bulls star: And Adrian Wojnarowski of The Vertical also confirmed Boston's interest in Butler: The question is whether the Celtics are willing to mortgage their future in order to try to knock Cleveland off the Eastern Conference perch.
Bloomberg
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Radar Online
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PHOTOS: Scary Skinny Angelina Jolie Puts More Strain On Kids As Custody Battle Explodes In an emotional interview with BBC World News Yalda Hakim in Cambodia, released on Sunday, Jolie nearly broke down as she discussed the difficult divorce. I dont want to say very much about that, except to say it was a very difficult time and. . .and we are a family and we will always be a family, and we will get through this time and hopefully be a stronger family for it, she revealed. 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.
Radar Online
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They all feel like they could lose their jobs at any moment. 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.
Sky News
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It came down early this morning near Essendon Airport in Melbourne. Sky's Katie Stallard reports. This small plane had taken off just seconds beforehand, the pilot managing to issue a Mayday distress call to report catastrophic engine failure, before crashing into the roof of the shopping centre.