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In this video for Mic , former Congressman Steve Israel explains the best way to get your representativesattention. Calling is good, but talking to them in person is better.
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Although married to Vibia Sabina, Hadrian was well known for his love of young Greek philosopher Antinous. "He had to marry, and he had a politically arranged marriage to Sabina, who was the great-niece of the former emperor Trajan, which in effect, set up his succession," says Thorsten Opper, curator of an exhibition on Hadrian. "But clearly, it was a loveless marriage with no children. What was unusual is that he had a lot of flings and then after his lover [Antinous] drowned in the Nile AD130 he made him a god and named a city after him." And of course, Hadrian "was the first to build a wall 80 miles long from sea to sea to separate the barbarians from the Romans", according to a biography written 200 years later. Where was the wall and how long was it? At 73 miles (80 Roman miles) long, the wall crossed northern Britain from Bowness-on-Solway in the west to modern-day Wallsend on the River Tyne in the east.
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Despite controversy during spells with Tottenham, Arsenal and Manchester City, Emmanuel Adebayor believes the vast majority of his former team-mates would have nothing but praise for him as a person.
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Former President George H.W. Bush and his wife, Barbara, are receiving well wishes from around the world as they remain hospitalized in Houston
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A date has been set for the opening of a new Gusto restaurant in West Bridgford following a £1m transformation of the former Monkey Tree after its closure last year. The pub has become a high-end, but casual, Italian eatery, which will officially open its doors on February 9 - and there's an online introductory offer of 25% .off food. Bookings are already being taken for the first in the East Midlands for the chain which has 15 other restaurants across the UK. Open from 5pm Thur 9th...
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Bristol City forward Jamie Paterson admits it's disappointing to see the state that Nottingham Forest are as he prepares to face the Reds this weekend.The former Reds forward left the City Ground in August, and scored just his second goal for the Robins in their FA Cup third round replay win at Fleetwood Town in midweek, and immediately turned his attentions to Saturday's six-pointer.Paterson, who spent three years on Trentside netted the winning goal in the game between the two sides at Ashton...
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A date has been set for the opening of a new Gusto restaurant in West Bridgford following a £1m transformation of the former Monkey Tree after its closure last year. The pub has become a high-end, but casual, Italian eatery, which will officially open its doors on February 9 - and there's an online introductory offer of 25% .off food. Bookings are already being taken for the first in the East Midlands for the chain which has 15 other restaurants across the UK. Open from 5pm Thur 9th...
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In the women's draw Britain's Johanna Konta will face former World Number one Caroline Wozniaki in the third round. Number nine seed Konta eased to victory over Naomi Osaka of Japan in straight sets. The British number one had few problems with the big-serving 19-year-old, securing her tenth victory so far this year. I definitely look to make my stamp on the match from the very beginning and look to dictate and impose myself on her.
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The future of the former Poltair Hospital site seems uncertain as a planning application to build 12 homes has been lodged. Outrage was sparked in nearby villages of Madron and Heamoor last May when dozens of mature trees were cleared from the woodland associated with Poltair Manor following instruction of James Ambo, whose company Bea-hegia Organisation bought the property at auction in March. He previously said he wanted to turn the property into a family home and that the trees were...
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During recent public talks at U.S. Institute of Peace, or USIP, in Washington, former U.S. and Pakistani officials anticipated an increasingly tense partnership between the Trump presidency and Islamabad, though they cautioned against any "deep rupture." Former U.S. Assistant Secretary of State Robin Raphel noted that it was important for the Trump admiration "to stay engaged” with Pakistan. "Most likely scenario, I think, is that the new administration will have a re-look and will tighten up, harden up on the issues," such as the Afghan Taliban’s use of Pakistan as a safe haven, said Raphel. She added that Pakistan will probably, at least in the short term, "pull up its socks, as we say, and ... accelerate plans that it might have to deal with some of these groups." Former State Department advisor Lisa Curtis observed that Pakistan's crackdown on the Afghan Taliban and the terrorist Haqqani network fighting U.