BBC One Scotland
20 minutes
If the Crown are going to take a case forward, they have to ask the question, have we got enough evidence to prove to a jury beyond reasonable doubt that this happened? The other option is our balance of probabilities, so it is not the same question being asked.
BBC One London
22 minutes
The question is, what would change its mark as mentioned in the report, there is this review commissioned by Sadiq Khan. It will try to come up with some solutions to some of the problems that have been highlighted today. We know that under this mayor the route will not be changed, and he has said that the whole event will not be scrapped.
BBC News 24
24 minutes
Are you pleased? We have been calling conference speech last autumn. Today amongst your objectives, are fighting for full tariff free access to the single market and ensuring there are no new impediments. That is what we have been asking for for the past few months along with trade unions and business will up so the question now is can she deliver against these objectives and that is where the detail is missing.
TIME - Top Stories
25 minutes
At a time of when photography's ability to affect social change is in question, Friedkins work shows that taking the slow route and connecting with subjects will usually make the most lasting impression, even 40 years later. Today, as he looks back on his life's work, Freidkin feels proud. Everything I love about photography is in the gay essay: the sense of the event, capturing the soul of the people, the journey, the process, the unknowns, he says. And then really making sense out of it and putting it together, it gives me great strength actually. Anthony Friedkin s The Gay Essay is on view at Daniel Cooney Fine Art in New York City until March 4. Paul Moakley is the Deputy Director of Photography and Visual Enterprise at TIME. Follow him on Twitter .
BBC One Scotland
25 minutes
This is a starting point of what Theresa May would like overtime. The other question is, how fast can this be achieved? That is the main concern, that there is a cliff edge, that after two years of negotiation we go over the edge.
BBC One London
27 minutes
Although it is easy to say it needs to be safer, how do you do it? That is a question for the mayor. His team say they have already commissioned a study to look at safety. It is still good and I enjoy it, the music is great.
BBC One North West
33 minutes
Mr Riaz's father, Mohammed Riaz, still faces the same charges, Victoria Cherry from Preston, who hasn't been seen for 15 months, are continuing to question a 43-year-old man on suspicion of murder. Yesterday, a body believed to be Victoria's was found at a house in Bolton. Merseyrail has come top for customer satisfaction in a UK-wide survey of rail firms.
BBC News 24
35 minutes
Tom Arscott has been suspended by sale since the 4th of January in the dash and the RFU are investigating. Today both clubs have their say on the matter. We got a complaint from senior players in the club that one player was passing information over before the game. club that one player was passing into question by the players and they have come to me with that.
BBC One London
39 minutes
Some asked one question - why? But, more than three weeks after his death, that is still unknown. Next Now to news that a three-day strike on Southern rail, scheduled for next week, has been suspended. Both sides in the ongoing bitter dispute over "driver only operated" trains have agreed to fresh talks. Our Transport Correspondent Tom Edwards is here. Some relief for commuters, but what do you make of this? I think in the short term it is very good news for Southern commuters, and I have not said that for a very long time, over a year this has been going on.
BBC One South
40 minutes
He'd paid for it by credit card and got American Express to refund half of his season ticket after he proved half of his journeys had been delayed or cancelled. That's because the law says credit card companies are liable when goods or services are not delivered as promised. So could other passengers do the same? It's a question we put to Martin Lewis from Money Saving Expert. This is by no means yet a fate Comp Lea.
Bleacher Report
an hour
His highly publicized struggle with addiction to those substances has caused several setbacks throughout his baseball career. The North Carolina native's on-field talent is undeniable, though. He's a five-time All-Star selection and won the Silver Slugger Award three times during his prime seasons with the Rangers. Hamilton's best year came in 2010 when he was named American League MVP. He won the batting title with a .359 average to go along with 32 home runs, 100 runs batted in and 95 runs scored. He also stole eight bases and finished with a 1.044 OPS. Now, the question is whether he can still perform at that high level. His last full season came with the Los Angeles Angels in 2013, and his numbers were well off from his peak. He posted a .250/.307/.432 triple-slash line with 21 homers in 151 games. Last July, Hamilton told T.R. Sullivan of MLB.
The Huffington Post
an hour
I can go on with others. See here some interesting conversations about Africa's contribution to global progress! https://www.facebook.com/juliet.yaa.asantewa.asante/posts/10157873125705317. One may therefore ask the question. With all of this going for it, why is Africa so misrepresented in the global landscape? But before I delve into that, let me bring up a very important phenomenon. Global convergence is the process of geographically distant cultures influencing one another despite the distance that physically separates them. The advantage of global convergence is access to a wealth of cultural influence; its downside, some critics posit, is the threat of cultural imperialism, defined by Herbert Schiller as the way developing countries are "attracted, pressured, forced, and sometimes bribed into shaping social institutions to correspond to, or even promote, the values and structures of the dominating system.
Variety
an hour
It is one of the enduring images of the early part of the presidential campaign: Univision anchorman Jorge Ramos being hustled out of an August 2015 press conference with Donald Trump after demanding answers from the candidate about his attacks on Mexican immigrants. “I have the right to ask a question,” Ramos told Trump, who... Read more »
CNN
an hour
New guidelines tackle a question many older adults on blood pressure medication face: How low should you go? But finding the right blood pressure might not be so straightforward.
STV
an hour
The prime minister also promised that both houses of parliament would have a vote on the final deal. She was asked but she did not answer the question of what would happen But it is the other 27 members of the European Union who she will, at the end of the day, have to convince.
BBC Parliament
an hour
We need to make sure we answer the question that many farmers are asking me of how to ensure access to the skills needed in this vital sector. They should be a time of optimism for the industry to release the burden of all those issues that have been so difficult for farming for so long. Thank you very much. Can I say, firstly, coming from the rural constituency, mainly rural constituency of the mana and south Tyrone in Northern Ireland, the European Union has provided a great support to the rural community.
Politico
an hour
President Barack Obama dropped into White House Press Secretary Josh Earnest’s final daily press briefing on Tuesday, taking the podium to praise his spokesman. Earnest himself had just wrapped some personal remarks at the top of the briefing, waxing nostalgic about his rise through the Obama administration and thanking his fellow White House staff members. The press secretary then called on the Associated Press’s Josh Lederman, who began to ask a question when Obama entered the briefing room, apparently catching Earnest off guard. “He's just got that all American, matinee, good-looking thing going. That's helpful, let's face it. Face made for television,” Obama said, recalling his first interaction with Earnest in Iowa during the 2008 campaign. “Then the guy’s name is Josh Earnest, which, if someone is speaking on your behalf, is a pretty good name to have.
The Huffington Post
an hour
So here's the news. Read it and weep. 1. Eight people aged between 11 and 30 were shot while celebrating MLK Jr Day in Miami. We are living in a nightmare world at the moment. More here . 2. The gunman who killed 39 in a nightclub in Istanbul was been captured. His actions were in behalf of ISIS. When will this nightmare end? More here . 3. Repealing Obamacare will result in huge tax breaks for the wealthy. Which explains why Republicans want to repeal without a plan. More here . 4. If Trump can't even fact check a tweet how can we trust him with classified information? The question is rhetorical. We can't. More here . 5. The GOP is working on rolling back the Endangered Species Act. This is likely due to the fact that Americans are predicted to be the next endangered species. More here . -- This feed and its contents are the property of The Huffington Post, and use is subject to our terms. It may be used for personal consumption, but may not be distributed on a website.
The Huffington Post
an hour
So chalk the region up as high alert three on a global scale. The Middle East The Middle East has long been a major flashpoint. President Obama, for instance, came to office hoping to end U.S. involvement in wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, yet U.S. troops are still fighting in both countries today. The question is: How might this picture change in the months ahead? Given the convoluted history of the region and its demonstrated capacity for surprise, any predictions should be offered with caution. Trump has promised to intensify the war against ISIS, which will undoubtedly require the deployment of additional American air, sea, and ground forces in the region. As he put it during the election campaign, speaking of the Islamic State, I would bomb the shit out of them. So expect accelerated air strikes on ISIS-held locations, leading to more civilian casualties, desperate migrants , and heightened clashes between Shiites and Sunnis.
TIME - Top Stories
an hour
The Huffington Post
2 hours
Similarly, Democrats feared Trump's harsh rhetoric on the campaign trail and believe that the increase in hate crimes serve as a synecdoche for Trump's America. Transitioning to a state of hope in our divided political country will not be easy, but it is one that the continuity of our democratic institutions demands. It can start by questioning, rather than automatically accepting, the news, particularly news seen on social media sites. We are more apt to accept without question stories that we agree with, especially if they are from people we trust. However, the prevalence of fake and heavily biased news necessitates more than blind acceptance. Simply asking where one found the information and looking at the underlying source can help determine whether the information is accurate. Chances are that if only snowflake.org or realtruthnews.org are reporting on the "breaking news" that "changes everything," the story is not true or credible.
Core77
2 hours
This here is a brilliant piece of industrial design: It's functional, durable, makes intelligent and economical use of materials and can easily be mass produced. So successful was the design that it was copied by most major competitors. Most importantly, it's long-lived; the original design was created over 100 years ago, and this object's subsequent iterations are still used and prized today by many. The object in question is the German mess kit (k ochgeschirr ) used during World War II. Check out some of its design features, demonstrated here by bushcrafter, hunter and reviewer Virtuovice: The sharp-eyed among you may have spotted this slot--which he does not elaborate on--cut into the inner container: So what's that for? This, as demonstrated by OutdoorGearReview: As far as we can tell, the original design of the German mess kit started with the Kochgeschirr M1887, designed in the late 19th or early 20th Century: Image via La Grande Guerre As you can see, the panhandle on this design was detachable and carried separately.
Channel4 News
2 hours
Is this what Britain voted for? Different Leave campaigners said different things about what they wanted to happen after a Brexit vote. It's fair to say that while a few individuals were open about wanting to leave the Single Market, many were ambiguous about what they wanted, or openly said that staying in would be a good option. The question of whether Britain would remain a member of the Single Market was not on the ballot paper on 23 June, and there was always going to be uncertainty about our future relationship with the EU. Will we keep EU laws? Theresa May said the existing body of EU law will be converted into British law. It will then be up to parliament to change or repeal laws on a case-by-case basis. But the European Court of Justice will no longer have jurisdiction here. Britain might have been obliged to follow ECJ decisions if it remained in the Single Market.
BBC Parliament
2 hours
The stability they need. When she was asked specifically on the point earlier, she yet again ducked the question. I am happy to give way. I thank my right honourable friend for giving way. Does she share my disappointment that apart from a passing reference to the word agriculture in preamble to the Prime Minister's speech, there was nothing about the environment, food or farming in terms of the 12 objectives she set out. Doesn't she think the Prime Minister ought to be giving it far more importance? I thank my right honourable friend for the point she's made and I have scoured strategy.