BBC News 24
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Artie has taken some truly amazing photos that show just how close the Wales come to the city. -- whales. But his main focus is to get a clear shot off the bottom of the tale, called a. -- called a fluke.
BBC News 24
36 minutes
This kind of dishonesty in the media is making it more difficult. There has been a lot of talk in the media about responsibility to hold Donald Trump accountable. I am here to tell you that goes both ways. We will hold the press accountable as well. The American people deserve better. As long as he serves as the messenger of this incredible movement, he will take his message directly to the American people where his focus will always be.
BBC News 24
36 minutes
That is what you should be writing and covering, instead of sowing division about tweets and false narratives. The President is committed to unifying our country and that was the focus of his inaugural address.
BBC News 24
2 hours
-- the nomination. That is what you should be covering. Instead of sowing division about Tweets and false narratives. The president is committed to unifying the country and that was the focus of his inaugural address. This media narrative is making it more difficult. There has been a lot of talk in the media about responsibility to hold Donald Trump accountable. I am here to tell you that goes both ways. We will hold you accountable. The American people deserve better. As long as he serves as the messenger of this incredible movement he will take his message directly to the American people were his focus will always be.
BBC One London
2 hours
Cook's catch. People have focused on Aaron Rodgers was to be throw. The reason they focus more on the throw is receiver 's practice that catch all the time, the toad drag you saw. But the throw was ridiculous. We have had a dig at kickers over the season. So many being missed. Both deserved credit. Two 50 plus kicks.
TIME - Top Stories
2 hours
It is a peaceful movement showing that we have each others backs. As the collective consciousness of liberal California has gone through stages of shock and anger, those emotions have galvanized into a determination to do something among many groups dedicated to leftist causes. Though what that something might be in the long term remains unclear, the march provided a goal for them to focus on as the first days of Donald Trumps presidency grew near. In a time when we are all wondering what we can do, we can do this, said Deena Katz, one of the producers of the event. We became so charged by the positivity of creating the march, said Rain, that it healed a lot of peoples pain. The pain will still evident in seas of signs. My rights arent up for grabs, and neither am I, said one of many referencing controversial statements made by Trump in a leaked Access Hollywood tape.
Voice Of America
2 hours
The United States said Saturday it will not send a delegation to preliminary Syrian peace talks next week in the Kazakh capital, Astana, and will instead send a leading diplomatic observer. Citing demands of the U.S. presidential transition, the State Department said U.S. Ambassador to Kazakhstan George Krol will attend the talks, which were organized without U.S. input by Syrian ally Russia, as well as Turkey and Iran. Syrian President Bashar al-Assad has said his government is ready to "discuss everything" at the talks, which begin Monday, while rebel factions say they will limit their focus to enforcement of an ongoing truce and humanitarian issues. Rebels have also made it clear they will not yet enter into negotiations on a political solution to the crisis. Further complicating peace efforts, the dominant al-Qaida-linked militancy Fatah al-Sham, which will not participate in the talks, called them a "conspiracy.
BBC UK News
2 hours
The Huffington Post
3 hours
Sen. Leach and a panel of experienced advocates articulated what citizens can do protect our liberties, passions and values. I'm not an expert in activism; this information is taken from Sen. Leach and the expert panel's experience and knowledge. However, I do have a passion, a pen and this platform so I am passing these tips along to you on how to effectively make a difference when stakes are at the highest. 1. Sustained small events build momentum. You don't need to plan the next Women's March (though kudos to those who have), organizing small events at a local level will get your message out and encourage like-minded people to join the effort and grow momentum. 2. Oppose bad ideas. Don't try to solve it or create an alternative idea, that just opens room for fighting over the solution. Focus your energy on stopping the bad idea. 3. Federalism is our friend.
ABC News - Australia
3 hours
TIME - Top Stories
3 hours
It is a peaceful movement showing that we have each others backs. As the collective consciousness of liberal California has gone through stages of shock and anger, those emotions have galvanized into a determination to do something among many groups dedicated to leftist causes. Though what that something might be in the long term remains unclear, the march provided a goal for them to focus on as the first days of Donald Trumps presidency grew near. In a time when we are all wondering what we can do, we can do this, said Deena Katz, one of the producers of the event. We became so charged by the positivity of creating the march, said Rain, that it healed a lot of peoples pain. The pain will still evident in seas of signs. My rights arent up for grabs, and neither am I, said one of many referencing controversial statements made by Trump in a leaked Access Hollywood tape.
Collective Evolution
3 hours
At that time, all of the ICBMs shut down including the back-up generators. Just to be clear, this doesn't ever happen. A conference was held seven years ago at the National Press Club discussing this issue, you can view that here . Here is a Wikileaks cable that discusses an incident in Algeria where flying machines that obscure their shape were spotted near military installations. There are too many examples to list here. But prior to World War 2, the UFO issue was still prominent. We even have historical records and artwork of UFOs in antiquity that are well documented, you can find out more about that here . This particular article will focus on what happened above Los Angeles in 1942. The picture you see above is of an object that hovered over Los Angeles in the early morning hours of February 25th, 1942. The small white dots around the object are artillery bursts.
Daily Mail - Health
4 hours
Ruby Warrington gave up alcohol when she needed to focus on writing a book and freelance work, but soon found she preferred the life of sobriety, and hasn't looked back since her decision.
The Iran Project
4 hours
His 1997 drama Taste of Cherry' was awarded the prestigious Palme d'Or at the Cannes film festival. He had always filmed his works in home country Iran, except for Certified Copy' in 2010 and Like Someone in Love' in 2012. Kiarostami is known for his minimalist approach in film, which means more poetry and less dialogues, and these were his special contributions in shaping Iranian cinema. The impact of early cinema on the tradition of Chinese opera will be examined in works by Singaporean artist Ming Wong, while Hong Kong's Lee Kit will present video installation It Was a Cinema' (2016). China's Wang Qingsong will show a five-minute video work called Happy Bed' (2014.) Most works on show at the fair are for sale. Adeline Ooi, Art Basel's director Asia, said this year several art galleries exhibiting at the fair will focus on film and video works.
Washington Free Beacon
5 hours
Trump's approval rating will remain historically low. American Bridge has a 2017 budget of $14.7 million, according to the memo. This figure represents both the work of Bridge's 501(c)(4) and its super PAC staffed by 146 individuals. The 501(c)(4) is creating a 47-person war room to take on Donald Trump with a staff of 25 researchers, a communications team of 16 which is feeding out work to the press and doing rapid-response, and a team of six-media monitors. Bridge will also build out a robust digital program to deliver our content directly to voters. The total cost of the Bridge war will be $7.8 million in 2017. The super PAC will also conduct research in 16 to 20 of the most competitive Senate races in the 2018 cycle using two research teams of five people each. Bridge will focus on defeating Trump either through impeachment or at the ballot box in 2020, changing the balance of power by impacting U.
Washington Free Beacon
5 hours
BBC News 24
6 hours
Focus on attacking football, it seems he has forgotten about the defence. They are not play like a team managed by any former international manager. Benik Afobe pulled him out of a real hole today.
Washington Free Beacon
6 hours
Collective Evolution
6 hours
Change Your Mindset, Change Your Life You see, life is all about perception. As Oprah Winfrey has said: “Be thankful for what you have; you'll end up having more. If you concentrate on what you don't have, you will never, ever have enough.” If all you are focusing on is what is going wrong, then you will never see what is going right. Change your focus, see what happens! Much Love
Collective Evolution
6 hours
Well, look at the bright side… Weve all heard this advice before, and if we havent, there’s a good chance we’ve said it to a friend who is in need of some cheering up. But, what good does it do to look at the bright side? Does it actually make us feel better or does it just temporarily distract us from the less desirable emotions we are feeling at the time? This is not to say that we should only focus on the positive – that is to deny a part of ourselves and this world we live in; without the dark we would not be aware of the light. When we count our blessings versus our burdens, however, it can actually increase our mood – by up to 25%, according to the following study. When we are constantly thinking about what is going wrong, we arent leaving much room for thinking what is going right. By switching up your thought process, you will eventually start noticing your blessings more regularly and less of the burdens.
The Sun Daily
6 hours
However other motives were darker and more serious, such as jealousy or animosity. "Jealous snoops generally plan their action and focus on personal messages, accessing the account for 15 minutes or longer," said co-author Ivan Beschastnikh, before adding, "And the consequences are significant: in many cases, snooping effectively ended the relationship." Kosta Beznosov, the paper's other senior author, also added that the study highlights not only how many people could be snooping and why, but also ineffectiveness of passwords and PINs in stopping hacking. "There's no single best defense -- though a combination of changing passwords regularly, logging out of your account and other security practices can definitely help," said Beznosov. — AFP Relaxnews
TIME - Top Stories
7 hours
Channel 4
7 hours
Donald Trump is still moving through the steps associated with the ritual of becoming president but the focus at least in the centre of Washington, DC today is on these protests. Our dignity, character and rights have been under attack.
Plymouth Herald
8 hours
A Plymouth minister who turned to song-writing during his battle with cancer has soared in the music charts - just four days after his single was released. Andrew Gardiner, church leader at Hope Baptist Church in Peverell, said his world was plunged into darkness after he was diagnosed with bowel cancer last May. The 58-year-old said producing the single, True Identity, gave him something positive to focus on during the tough times.Read more : What it's really like walking around Plymouth with...