BBC News 24
11 minutes
Our correspondent Colin Campbell has been there and spoken to local people who remember Khalid Masood. He lived here in the heart of the Sussex countryside. The sleepy rural village of Northiam. But he went on to strike at the heart of our democracy. I remember he was a bit of a troubled character, I think is probably the way to describe it
Mental Floss
an hour
“It was like a tidal wave when Jack came on.” 5. THE “MARTIAN GIRLWIG GAVE ACTRESS LISA MARIE A NASTY SCAR. “I mean, it was instant torture,” Marie said in a 2015 interview. The movie’s femme fatale rocks a bulbous hairdo comprised of two separate blonde wigs—made with real human hair—that were stitched together. Given its considerable weight, wearing this apparatus wasnt a pleasant experience. “I have a scar from the wig,” Marie revealed, “I have a hole in my head from that damn wig.” Still, like a true professional, she soldiered on despite the discomfort and remembers her character fondly. “It’s always worth it,” added the actress. “[I do] whatever it takes." 6. FOOTAGE OF A REAL CASINO’S DESTRUCTION WAS USED IN THE MOVIE. On November 7, 1995, the Landmark Hotel and Casino —an oddly-shaped 31-story building in Paradise, Nevada—was brought down via controlled implosion .
BBC News 24
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talk more about Khalid Masood, the Westminster terror attack. Well, the Westminster terror attacker previously lived in the East Sussex village of Northiam. Our correspondent Colin Campbell has been there and spoken to local people who remember Khalid Masood. He lived here in the heart of the Sussex countryside. The sleepy rural village of Northiam. But he went on to strike at the heart of our democracy. I remember he was a bit of a troubled character,.
Collective Evolution
an hour
Whether you call it a gut feeling, an inner voice or a sixth sense, intuition is something we all possess. We've come to understand it as a tool for helping us to avoid conflict, to make better decisions, and to judge character, but what if it could become more than just a feeling? What if it could become an actual skill that helped us do things more efficiently? Research has long suggested that the mind knows much more than it's aware of. For instance, even if we forget we have been hurt, the body reminds us. But a new study suggests we can, in fact, tap into this knowledge and train it to work for us. And this is exactly why the US military is getting involved. The perfect soldier? Is it possible? Joseph Cohn, a program officer for the Defense Advanced Research Program Agency (DARPA), has been working toward that goal since 2009, when he won funding to pinpoint a new neural signature of gut feelings .
BBC Parliament
an hour
it will come into force as soon as practicable. Putting one person in charge of another is... Another person's property and affairs is a very significant step and guardianship, as I have said, is not unique in this respect. The character and qualities of the Guardian will.
ABC News - Entertainment
an hour
What character may creator Shonda Rhimes try to kill off this time?
Hackaday
2 hours
It dates back almost as far as commercial radio does, with the first RTTY service established between San Francisco and Honolulu in 1932. Then as now, RTTY uses the 5-bit Baudot code to encode each character. The simplest modulation scheme for RTTY is audio frequency-shift keying (ASFK) with a 170Hz difference between the mark and the space bits. This results in a whopping 45-baud connection (you'll notice that most ham digital modes tend to be on the low side with regard to throughput thanks to the limited bandwidths available at the relatively low frequencies needed to take advantage of the ionospheric skip needed for long-distance contacts.) As slow as it sounds, that's still about 60 words per minute, which is plenty fast enough to keep up with most typists. RTTY has been joined by a raft of other data modes, but there are still RTTY aficionados out there plying the airwaves.
Adweek
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STV
2 hours
The most sought-after items are expected to fetch more than £500 with all proceeds going to two charities. We have had some people from the States, from all over Britain phoning up and what we're finding with some of them is they have a specific actor or indeed character. So for example we've had people that just like Begbie,.
BBC News 24
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He lived here in the heart of the Sussex countryside, this sleepy rural village, and he went on to strike at the heart of our democracy. I remember he was a bit of a troubled character, is the best way to describe it, I think he got into a bit.
Variety
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Politico
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If Schumer stops Gorsuch during a filibuster vote in early April — and the New Yorker was brimming with confidence that he will — it will almost certainly force McConnell’s hand on the so-called nuclear option. Schumer is betting McConnell does not have the votes to do away with the 60-vote requirement for Supreme Court nominees. “I dont think it’s a foregone conclusion that Mitch McConnell changes the rules,” Schumer said. “There are people in his caucus who really don't want to change the rules, OK?” Blocking Gorsuch would be a major win for the left. Liberal activists have been urging Schumer to do everything in his power to stop Trump's pick, even as Senate Democrats have struggled to mount a case against him. But a battle that potentially brings about the end of the filibuster for Supreme Court nominees would further erode the Senate's character as the more deliberative chamber of the legislative branch.
Nottingham Evening Post
3 hours
More than 900 people have signed a petition after a row erupted over a pub's £130,000 beer garden. The Sportsman, in Derby Road, Long Eaton, has been given 28 days to rip out improvements after complaints that the design doesn't fit in with the character of the conservation area. Fixed seating, artificial grass and a wooden gazebo have got to go, ruled planners at Erewash Borough Council. But licensee Amanda Jones is fuming about having to destroy the improvements made last year at...
Nottingham Evening Post
3 hours
More than 900 people have signed a petition after a row erupted over a pub's £130,000 beer garden. The Sportsman, in Derby Road, Long Eaton, has been given 28 days to rip out improvements after complaints that the design doesn't fit in with the character of the conservation area. Fixed seating, artificial grass and a wooden gazebo have got to go, ruled planners at Erewash Borough Council. But licensee Amanda Jones is fuming about having to destroy the improvements made last year at...
Sky News
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the religion. The prophet said I was sent for no other reason than to perfect noble character. That's Islam right there. It's a religion of purifying your heart, letting go of the anger and the hatred and the fear that can overtake us sometimes and instead taking the straight path,.
Daily Express - Film
3 hours
HAN SOLO is not the Harrison Ford Star Wars character’s real name, according to new details on the upcoming spin-off from Disney.
OK!
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Actress Haiesha Mistry will join Hollyoaks High as Yasmine. But her arrival in the show won't arrive quietly when she causes a stir with Peri when she begins posting about the Lomax's online. However, Yasmine will get more than she bargained for when Peri decides to play her at her own game. But what will be the result? Hollyoaks introduces a new character called Yasmine. But who is she?: Haiesha Mistry plays the role of new character Yasmine [Channel ...
MacRumors
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BoingBoing
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The Sun Daily
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Ashford Herald
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A highly sought-after Beauty and the Beast cup sold out in just one hour at Canterbury's Primark store.People across the county had been waiting with baited breath for the launch of the Chip cup, which is an exact replica of the character from the film and even has the little crack detail that gave him his name.The highly sought after £5 product finally arrived at Whitefriar's Primark branch Wednesday morning (March 22), but stock ran out within the hour.Don't worry if you missed out...
Sky News
4 hours
aliases, we know that he was known as Adrian for a time but he was born under the name of Adrian Russell Ajao. Lots of names there, complicated character who has moved.
The Sun Daily - World News
5 hours
"There is nothing at all like a one million yen transaction mentioned in the exchanges," Abe told parliament, referring to the emails. "I disclosed all the emails to quash any misunderstandings," Abe said, blaming Kagoike for disclosing "only part of the information" during his sworn testimony. Analysts say such a donation in itself is unlikely to be illegal, but if proven could damage the prime minister's credibility given his steadfast denials. Abe also denied putting political pressure on bureaucrats to favour Kagoike when he purchased the state land for his now scuttled plan to construct a primary school. The scandal has drawn intense interest in Japan largely due to the character of Kagoike, whose views on education are widely out of step with mainstream society. He operates a kindergarten in the western city of Osaka that promotes hyper-nationalistic doctrine similar to that taught through the end of World War II.
Liverpool Echo
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Watch nine new episodes of the funny pink character on the big screen