BBC News 24
7 minutes
Why not? I don't like him. You're about to go and play for him? But, like, I'm forced to. I like Washington, I don't like him. You're going for the trip, yeah? Basically. Lots of celebrities said no, didn't they, to performing at the inauguration.
BBC News 24
8 minutes
Three. I think some of his ideas are pretty great, and I think he actually can make America great again, we just have to believe in him and see what happens. You didn't put your hand up? No.
BBC Parliament
an hour
The Leader of the House has previously told me and this Carries that the reason the boundaries Bill couldn't proceed to committee stage was because it didn't have a money belt attached.
How Sweet It Is
an hour
I’ve got a big bowl of health for you today. It’s disguised as a hug. It is! I swear. This is a big deal. There are no noodles in this soup! I didnt even realize it until I was halfway done testing the recipe. I actually meant to add noodles but my new years brain is completely fried and before I knew it, I saw a bunch of green, took a taste, and was all… perfection. It’s perfection. As long as you like mushrooms! If you dont, you can totally leave them out. You can actually put whatever the heck you want in this pot. Even noodles. I won't judge. This one though? It almost reminds me of a big bowl of ramen without the, well… ramen. You know. The toppings are necessary for me. They MAKE the soup. We have: A spritz of lime. Soy sauce or tamari. Toasted sesame oil. I could just drink it! A splash of rice vinegar. And a sprinkle of furikake. I dieeee.
KyivPost
an hour
The Kremlin on Jan. 19 disputed a statement by outgoing U.S. President Barack Obama on nuclear arms cuts, saying Russia had always been ready to consider making proportional cuts to its arsenal. Obama said overnight he had told President Vladimir Putin he was ready to proceed with nuclear disarmament, but that Russia didn't want to negotiate. Read more here. The post Reuters: Kremlin hits out at Obama, says was always ready for nuclear arms cuts appeared first on KyivPost .
TIME - Top Stories
an hour
In the early years of this century, M. Night Shyamalan earned a reputation as a maker of supernatural thrillers for thinking people. The problem was that, even if you didnt see the big twist comingand in Shyamalans early pictures, at least, there was always a big twistthe allegorical messages he insisted on embedding in his movies could be just plain dumb. You were supposed to come out of a Shyamalan movie thinking hard and feeling rattled. How hard you were thinking, and how much you were rattled, depended on your willingness to follow Shyamalans meandering breadcrumb trail to the big reveal. The gotcha! twist of The Sixth Sense (1999) was probably his most effective illusion. But after that, his tricks became harder to pull off , his allegedly lofty messages murkier. In the 2002 Signs, a minister who's lost his faith (played by Mel Gibson), finds himself haunted and challenged by the presence of alien beings in his midstthats all well and good until one of them shows up in his living room, a tall guy skulking around in laughably cheap, stretchy PJs.
Daily Mail - Home
an hour
TopRank
an hour
#6 Striving for Excellence Working with an agency that constantly strives to innovate and get you the most bang for your marketing buck might not be a fit for everyone. What? How could that be? When you work with an agency partner that strives for excellence, that means that they will likely push boundaries and the status quo which is sometimes out of your comfort zone. While these partners should absolutely maintain professionalism at all times, there may be some difficult conversations that you need to have. In the grand scheme of things, what does excellence mean to you? Note: There is a poll embedded within this post, please visit the site to participate in this post's poll. Would You RatherMy hope is that you may have learned something about your marketing preferences that you didnt know before. The next step in your journey is to assess your current solution and see if your agency is helping you reach your goals, or not hitting the mark.
EVO
an hour
The former's lineup will remain as it was last year: Ireland's Craig Breen and British co-driver Scott Martin, French driver and co-driver pair Stéphane Lefebvre and Gabin Moreau, and Brit Kris Meeke with co-driver Paul Nagle from Ireland. Read: The day Kris Meeke scared us in a Citroen Dispatch van Hyundai has also taken a stable approach to its driver lineup. Thierry Neuville (Belgium), Hayden Paddon (New Zealand) and Dani Sordo (Spain) are the drivers, respectively co-driven by Nicolas Gilsoul (Belgium, again), John Kennard (New Zealand, again) and Marc Marti (Spain, again). It's hard not to imagine Ogier will be right at the top of the time sheets this year despite his new team, but 2016 second-place finisher Neuville and fourth-place man Paddon, staying with Hyundai, perhaps have the all-round package to make 2017 their year. Don't bet against Kris Meeke either - Citroen knows the WRC inside-out and Meeke's lowly 2016 placing was largely because he didn't contest the entire season.
PCWorld
2 hours
The situation for Android TV looked grim 15 month ago. Google had just released a new version of its Chromecast streaming dongle, which relies on a phone, tablet, or laptop to control what’s playing on the TV. At the time, Mario Queiroz, Google’s vice president of product management, suggested that this mode of viewing was key to the future of television . Meanwhile, Android TV, Google’s other operating system for televisions and set-top boxes, seemed lost . Google apps and features that had shipped on other platforms were no-shows on Android TV, and the company didnt even bother announcing the retail launch of Xiaomi’s Mi Box, last year’s only new Android TV streaming box. While Android TV did make its way onto some smart TVs and non-U.S. cable boxes in 2016, the platform felt like an afterthought. To read this article in full or to leave a comment, please click here
ITV
2 hours
You are not tied to your energy provider. All it takes is for somebody to tell you what to look for. When you are taking out insurance. Make sure you know how long the maximum timers. I didn't know those things. -- time is. long the maximum timers. I didn't Still to come, our doctors Ranj and Sara are standing by ready to address your medical concerns.
Fast Company
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ITV
2 hours
What do you do if you are in that situation? Look at your contract. For call you. -- Or call. What are the terms that they will get somebody out to you? You didn't have a time in the terms and conditions.
ITV
2 hours
You just didn't know what your rights were. You called You just didn't know what your rights were. You just didn't know what your rights were. I did say to them, of course Holly shouldn't get preferential treatment, but she does have children, Twitter followers.
Voice Of America
2 hours
Healing the Divide Time Magazine named Trump Person of the Year for 2016 after his election victory. A line on the magazine cover also described him as President of the Divided States of America.’ Trump took issue with that in his interview with Time: “When you say divided states of America, I didnt divide them. They’re divided now. I mean there is a lot of division. And we’re going to put it back together, and we’re going to have a country that’s very well healed.” The public will likely welcome any Trump outreach on unity, beginning with his inaugural address. “But I’m very hopeful,” said David Eagles, director for Presidential Transition at the Partnership for Public Service. “When you look at history in these periods of time, the American public has generally given a halo effect, if you will, on an incoming president to get their job done.
Sky News
2 hours
What strip didn't mention was the number of small builders who have gone out of business. Before the recession there were over 6000 small builders building between one and a hundred homes each per year.
Techradar
2 hours
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ITV
2 hours
How do you feel when you are on the stage? I feel just playing because I am just enjoying it. Were you sad that you didn't win that one? You only got 4/8 stars for that brilliant performance. It is OK, because I am happy if I am making people happy. You have got another performance coming up. Who are you going to be next? Axl Rose. That is going to be a very different luck.
ITV
2 hours
What competition experience to she have? What experience do she have in the competition? In competitions. She won Mini Me, didn't she? Yes, she joined that before, impersonating Selena Gomez and that gives me the confidence that maybe she can go in because in this one, maybe she can is not a normal seven-year-old.
ITV
2 hours
But then she proved to me that she can really do it because she just loves performing, so I think it would be a good tool for her to learn more and to be trained by the best people. She was up against some tough competition on the night. Yes, she didn't actually win on that night.
BBC News - Top Stories
2 hours
Naima Houder-Mohammed believed Robert O Young, the father of the alkaline diet, could cure her. It didn't turn out as she hoped.
Voice Of America
2 hours
Obama's military strategies included aerial bombardment, intelligence assistance, logistical support and training missions. A militarized foreign policy isn't what many of the president's supporters in Africa or at home wanted when he took office, but it is what Obama determined was necessary. "We've seen this terror threat grow, and the administration response has been to ramp up [military-to-military] cooperation to continue and enhance drone strikes so there's new drone bases in a number of countries on the continent that didn't exist before the Obama administration," said Joshua Meservey, policy analyst specializing in Africa and the Middle East at the the Heritage Foundation. "So that's been a central thrust of his foreign policy. Perhaps, yes, that is a disappointment to some on the continent who were hoping for what is termed as a more equitable relationship.
Voice Of America
2 hours
Actually, he didnt say a lot about foreign policy and national security on the campaign trail, and what he did say really doesnt add up to a policy,” said James Carafano, director of foreign policy at the conservative Heritage Foundation who advises the Trump transition team on foreign affairs. “That’s very frustrating because the people want to know what’s this guy going to do.” With the new administration yet to take office, McFarland, too, cautioned that Trump’s foreign policy is in an early stage of development. “That’s what a new administration does: It takes time to rethink things and to come up with policies,” she said. If history is any guide, Trump could quickly find himself facing a set of foreign policy crises different from the issues he campaigned on. Political scientists have a term for an unexpected world event that drives a new president into uncharted territory: “strategic surprise.
Sky News
2 hours
She is talking about wanting a clean Brexit. She didn't talk so much about that this time around. Anyone involved in trade negotiations will know that it will take quite some time and be immensely congregated to try and extricate the UK from this organisation which it has been with for the best part of half a century. -- immensely complicated.