Men's Fitness
8 minutes
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Sky News
10 minutes
It is like having a passenger flying a plane because they don't think that the pilot is doing a good job. Do you not think of finance count for anything? I don't think we have any proof that his business acumen as the next great.
Evening Standard
11 minutes
Donald Trump talked big, promised big and now will have to deliver big or risk a backlash from millions of Americans.
Techradar
11 minutes
But Sesame is smart as well, learning what apps you use the most and putting them at the top of the list, so the longer you have it for the less searching is likely to be required and it's never far away. You can stick Sesame Lock Screen either on your lock screen (while leaving any security settings intact), or get to it with a long press of the home button from anywhere on your phone to add a little extra sauce to your Android experience. The Google Play store is full of powerful video editors, but Quik isn't one of them. That's not to say it isn't worth your time though, just that it won't take up very much of it. You simply pick out clips or images from your gallery and Quik will automatically add music and transitions. It can automatically detect faces and colours, so it usually does a good job of framing photos on its own and it cycles through your images and clips in time to the music, so with a few taps you can come away with a competent creation.
Voice Of America
13 minutes
But this fall, he voted Republican. What does he want from Trump? "Keep his promises and take action before he takes office with some of these jobs," Smith said. India Lowry, a Democrat, who did not vote for Trump, moonlights in a deli to supplement her job with the county. "When we get the majority of our goods from China, it's very concerning," she conceded. Business owner Alton Locklear, a Trump voter, said he thanked God that the new president would be taking the country in a new direction. "I've spoken to several people in my community about adding on workers, because they're excited," he said. Lumberton is real Bible belt, he said — churches on every corner. "Quite honestly, Trump just said all the things we've all been thinking all this time about what we should do about Islamic extremism, immigration, the taxes we're paying," Locklear said.
BBC News 24
14 minutes
On that Bible he will stay 35 words, 35 words that will make him the 45th president of the United States. Two Americas will come face-to-face in the capital today, one full give a voice to be blogging forgotten but in terms of uniting the country, that will be a very difficult job for him to do given that opinion is so polarised about him.
Sky News
16 minutes
I think the policies are misguided and I think that a lot of the things Donald Trump talks about in policy solution terms are missing the point. He rails against China and Mexico for taking jobs while saying nothing about the looming job killer, automation. He has a very much populist appeal, but the reality TV sound bites that carried him to the White House do not help with governing an extremely complex issue, and I think he will have a wake-up call in how difficult those problems are come this weekend.
Lincolnshire Echo
16 minutes
A former Retford schoolboy who is now a fully-qualified police officer has lifted the lid on life as a busy Notts PC as part of a recent recruitment drive.PC Adam Pace, who went to Clarborough Primary School and is based in Mansfield, recently passed his two years' probation and is now a qualified PC.Adam, who is also Police Cadet leader, gave an insight into his role, which he describes as 'the best job in the world'.READ MORE: Vulcan bomber mothballed and staff laid off as cash crisis bitesThe...
Mashable
20 minutes
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TIME - Top Stories
21 minutes
The inaugural address is traditions gift to a new President, a chance to gather the country together before the hard business of governing begins. Donald Trumps predecessors have seized these historic moments to issue calls for unity. Barack Obama, who took office in the midst of deepening economic crisis, used his first inaugural to steel the nation for the hardship ahead. George W. Bush, who became President in 2001 in the wake of a contested election, urged a a new commitment to live out our nations promise through civility, courage, compassion, and character. Nobody knows how Trump, who on Friday at noon becomes the 45th U.S. President, intends to make use of his moment in history. But there is little to suggest that he will heed the road map sketched by past Presidents. Trump has spent the weeks since Election Day practicing the same brand of us-against-them politics that won him the job.
The Bolton News - Football
22 minutes
EDDIE Davies says he now has “the best job in the worldwatching Wanderers from the directorsbox, rather than bankrolling the club.
ITV
27 minutes
Let me be honest about this, often it is very tricky. I do believe in a certain level of immersion to get the job done. Once the make up was on, during the day, that was that. But at the end of the day, when the make up and costume and everything else came off, I was left with a sense that I had a responsibility to remember that I don't suffer from a debilitating mental illness.
ITV
27 minutes
And we don't really know if she meant to kill herself. Just prior, she said in keeping with the networks desire for blood and guts reporting, here is a first, and attempted suicide. But I imagine that is because she was attempted suicide. But I imagine that is because she attempted suicide. But I imagine that is because attempted suicide. But I imagine that is probably because she was a very good journalist. She was very serious as well. She is on a local station, not covering war stories, she was visually very deep and maybe she was in the wrong job.
OK!
33 minutes
Danny Cipriani defended ex Katie Price[Getty] Katie’s ex husband Alex recently spoke out about Katie’s role on the hit daytime TV show, claiming she “doesnt set a good example.” So when her former flame Danny Cipriani was asked about the former glamour model, whom he briefly dated in 2011, he jumped to her defence. The rugby player explained: “People want to hear her opinion. “Has she been a good mum? Yes I think a lot of people would say she has been. Katie ...
The Week People
38 minutes
The Sun Daily
40 minutes
Such ostensible trade-remedy actions are more likely than blatant tariff walls. These may, in turn, trigger retaliatory counter-actions by aggrieved governments, potentially leading to a spiral of trade protectionism, i.e., trade warfare. Fair trade? It is unclear how the new administration views FTAs more generally. The President-elect's objection to the TPP and NAFTA focuses on the goods trade, and the loss of manufacturing jobs due to cheaper imports, often brought in by the same companies which have chosen to relocate production capacities abroad, and are already mobilizing to resist actions which may jeopardize their profits. This view does not seem to recognize that technological change, particularly with automation, has been the major source of job losses. Many jobs remaining in the US have higher skill requirements, with fewer employees producing more goods with less labour-intensive techniques.
BBC Parliament
an hour
I thought the most powerful message he gave in his speech was when he talked about people not being able to do the job that they wanted to do. I thought that was an incredibly powerful point and it's very easy for people to underestimate this point. Can I just say, thank goodness he did carry on to pursue his career in politics. The house at the Conservative Party are much stronger for it, so it's great that he made sure that passion continued.
Autocar
an hour
There's still work to do regards the cold starts, but the old Merc proves a brilliant long-distance companion once thoroughly warmed-up This update should be beginning with a smug account of how the 190E now fires on the key in sub-zero temperatures, but as much as I'd love that to be the case, it isn't quite there. Indeed, there's more work to be done in this department. That's not to say there hasn't been some progress. I sourced a new coolant temperature sensor and swapped this myself - a very simple job - and the situation seems to improved slightly. Instead of multiple turns of the key before catching, it now (usually) catches on the first turn, but settles to a very lumpy idle before quickly warming through. So, it suggests the problem might be more than just the sensor, and that's exactly what I said to mechanic Jamie at Simply Automotive in Poole as he heaved open the 190E's bonnet, looked through outstretched arms at its puny 1.
BBC News 24
an hour
Here's Annita in the BBC Newsroom Thank you, Joanna. Good morning. Donald Trump is just hours away from the world's most powerful job. He will bring in what could be the most radical change in American politics in modern times. He said And you can watch coverage of Donald Trump's inauguration as the 45th President of the United States here on BBC News.
Politico
an hour
Two senior transition officials said the “two Steves” have pushed for Trump to use a “shock and awestrategy of issued multiple executive orders on Day One, but lost out to other factions pushing for meting out a “drip drip drip” of executive actions almost daily over the first month. Priebus and Pence represent the Washington GOP establishment, pushing for discipline and traditional conservatism in the new administration. “It’s going to be a combination of Reince and Pence’s job to figure out the policy pieces that fit,” said a senior Trump adviser, “and Bannon and Miller making sure the campaign’s promises are in the bills.” Conway, as a former Pence strategist, is close with his camp, but she also frequently sided with Bannon against Priebus. Both Bannon and Conway had pushed for the chief of staff job themselves after the election. “Reince is underestimated,” Conway said.
Politico
an hour
Publicly, they express a level of hope and certainty, what King calls the “huge, über euphoria” that’s going to rush over the country as soon as Trump swears the oath. King said he knows what’s coming: not just in Obamacare and the Mexican border wall. The changes are going to go deep into Americansspines, literally—“the confidence that Donald Trump exudes—they will be able to tell us by our walk.” Rep. Mark Meadows (R-N.C.) said that he’s been up late at night since the election, brushing up on a wide range of policy issues that now seem up for grabs, trying to reconcile his own fiscal conservatism with Trump’s agenda. It’s not easy to come up with a conservative way to spend $1 trillion on infrastructure that would make him comfortable with what Trump’s floated as his first big goal, Meadows said. But Meadows insisted that people will be amazed at how much they’ll get done on repealing and replacing Obamacare, starting the border wall and sparking new job growth.
Sky News
an hour
Women's writes, a very good job there, two female Supreme Court judges. He has tried to implement what he could under the restrictions that were there in terms of the opposition. I mean, Obama was hamstrung by the Republicans in Congress and more often than not they didn't oppose him on a point of principle of politics, they just opposed because they could.
Sky News
an hour
At the end of the day for all presidents you have Duarte, to what extent can the president control matters that are happening at that level? It's very difficult. In this case you could argue that when it comes to gay rights and marriage, he has done a very good job there.
BBC Parliament
2 hours
That there is no place in society for discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation. What matters in employment is the ability to do the job, nothing else. What matters in society, here's how you can contribute, how you can serve others. Nacho background, your race or your sexuality. Now secondly, it complete the process of repeal, of those provisions which complete the process of repeal, of Armed Forces provisions.