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The time is just after 1:15pm. Our top story this lunchtime. In less than four hours, Donald Trump will be sworn in as America's 45th President. They forgot about a lot of us. On the campaign, I called it, "the forgotten man and the forgotten woman." Well, you're not forgotten any more. Coming up in sport at 1:30pm on BBC News: Eddie Jones reveals his Six Nations squad.
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DAVID HAYE wants to take on Anthony Joshua and Tyson Fury to cement his legacy as the greatest heavyweight of his era.
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JOSE MOURINHO admits Manchester United have 'little problems' this week ahead of their trip to Stoke.
Techradar
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No ads, no spyware, no catches at all. It's all very easy to use. Double-click just about any file and it'll play immediately, with all the core controls where you'd expect them to be. Browsing the menus reveals all kinds of additional goodies that you won't find in Microsoft's player: special effects that enhance your audio and video files, custom bookmarks to save and recall your favorite playback moments, and even a module to batch convert media files into a more convenient format. VLC Media Player is also a available as a portable app to run from a USB stick. There really is something here for everyone, which makes VLC the best free media player around today. Download here: VLC Media Player AIMP is one of the most popular and powerful specialist music players around 2. AIMP A dedicated audio player, AIMP is ideal for managing and controlling your music library All the top free media players have a capable set of audio features, but opt for a specialist music player like AIMP and you'll get much, much more.
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Science is now a lot more sophisticated than it was at that time, and the proper laboratory tools and technologies are now available to more accurately examine the brain in greater detail. The petition reveals evidence of broad changes to the brain due to water fluoridation such as: IQ deficits, neuroanatomical and chemical effects, and the dire concerns of the effects on the developing fetal brain. “In times past when fluoridation was instituted, science only had the scalpel or basic X-ray technology, and we simply werent able to assess the brain in the way technology can today,” states MAF leadership. Because this petition was filed under the TSCA it authorizes the EPA with the ability to prohibit the “particular use” of a chemical that presents an “unreasonable risk” to the general public or any sub-populations that are susceptible. This petition argues that the addition of artificial water fluoridation chemicals now absolutely constitutes an “unreasonable risk” to citizens.
Radar Online
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Carly Simon thought she met her perfect match in poet Jim Hart after her messy split from fellow singer James Taylor. But the couple’s dream wedding soon spiraled into a nightmare marriage. In his upcoming memoir, Lucky Jim , onetime Harvard professor Hart reveals he quickly became addicted to dangerous drugs including crystal meth and crack cocaine after discovering he was attracted to men — all while married to the Youre So Vain songstress. Following their 1987 wedding, Simon, now 71, and Hart traveled between homes in New York City and Martha’s Vineyard with celebrity friends including the late Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis, Diane Sawyer, and President Bill and Hillary Clinton. But as the marriage began to crumble 13 years later , Hart realized he couldnt ignore his long-held feelings for men. He began to frequent gay strip clubs, bathhouses and chat lines.
Know Your Mobile
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And in terms of the gameplay? Well although there's the word "Run" in the title, which may have you thinking of endless runner games such as Temple Run, Super Mario Run is not one of these at all; it's actually quite a bit like the traditional side-scrolling, level-based Mario format we all know and love. It's optimised for one-handed gameplay, however, to make it friendly towards the smartphone platform. This simpler control system reveals the main difference between Super Mario Run and classic Mario (and indeed the similarity with Temple Run) in that Mario runs along on his own - you simply control the jumping, with different tap inputs resulting in different types of jump for the various obstacles you encounter. It makes a lot of sense for Nintendo to be branching out further like this. The firm has seen a decline in recent years, while the original Nintendo Wii console sold well with the family demographic, it has since been overshadowed by Microsoft's Xbox and Sony's PlayStation.
Open Culture
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Voice Of America
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"If [Trump] wants to secure the border to keep the drug dealers out, to keep bad people out, good. But let in the good people," he said. "We need hardworking people, we need immigrants, because an American isn't going to go to the field and pick up apples for $4 a basket." Patti Myers Wiseman, a lifelong Democrat, thinks there's no point in giving Trump a chance. Trump's failure to release his tax returns and his lack of political experience are enough to deter her from considering her president "qualified." "He hasn't paid taxes in however many years because of loopholes," Wiseman said. "He is already trying to say that within the next few months or 120 days, he'll repeal Obamacare and this and the other, and I think he's going to wind up getting himself impeached." As Wiseman takes one last drag of a cigarette, she reveals her greatest fear involves not the economy, nor the tax returns, but the prospect of a sudden war.
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GRANIT XHAKA has given an insight into what Alexis Sanchez is really like away from the pitch at Arsenal.
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GEORGE SOROS has admitted he made a “slight exaggeration” when claiming the European Union would buckle under the pressure of Russia and China once Britain has left the bloc.