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Its been a strong, admirable series, and ABC deserves credit for sticking with it despite modest ratings. That said, its been hard to figure out exactly what this season wants to say. It started with Mexican immigrant Luis Salazar (Benito Martinez), who was determined to reach the farms of North Carolina and find his teenage son. On one of those farms we met Isaac Castillo (Richard Cabral), a middle management guy whose job was recruiting new workers with a sucker sales pitch. One of his recruits was Coy Henson (Connor Jessup), a seemingly homeless American kid with a pill addiction. Then a fire killed multiple farm workers by trapping them in their overcrowded trailer. This took us to the family that owned the farm, led by matriarch Laurie Ann Hesby (Cherry Jones) and one of her sons, Carson (Dallas Roberts). They said the fire was a darn shame, but since the trailer was off-site, it wasnt their problem.
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WHAT: The first new song in years from sisterly indie-pop trio, HAIM. WHO: Director Paul Thomas Anderson. WHY WE CARE: HAIM didnt exactly pull a disappearing act after releasing their debut album nearly four years ago. They touredand took a lot of Instagrams with Taylor Swift , and released the occasional life-giving remix. In terms of a new albumor even the promise of a release date, though, HAIM has been nowhere to be seen. Until now. Following the addition of some mysterious billboards in LA earlier this month, the Haim sisters have returned this morning with a brand new song and a video by GOAT -contenderfilmmaker Paul Thomas Anderson. The last time Anderson went behind the camera for a music video, he emerged with Radioheads hidden message-laden visual puzzle, Daydreaming. For HAIMs slow-burning Right Now, hegoes simpler but equally alluring, with a video that follows the band as they record the song live in studio, seemingly in one take.
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Not only have you been with this consistent police abuse but the same people dont have access to opportunities and jobs and health care and on and on. So it was a defining moment in this country and I think a defining moment in the way that black people resisted. The acquittal of Kings abusers, along with the 1991 killing of 15-year-old Latasha Harlins , set the stage for the L.A. rebellion. It started at the intersection of Florence and Normandie Avenues and spread throughout Los Angeles like a wildfire. People were killed and injured, stores were robbed and destroyed, and the city was literally burning and seemingly abandoned by police. When the insurrection broke out, I rushed to L.A. and went straight into public housing developments, Waters recalled. The streetlights were out, the stores were closed down.
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“It's a waste of time, and he'll spend years explaining them and never get to accomplishing any of his goals.” Ruffin said he told the president that Democrats would hirearmies of accountants” to pore over the documents and “make an issue out of any and everything.” Even with Mnuchin's seemingly definitive answer, the issue of Trump's tax returns isn't likely to go away. Democrats have threatened to hold up his tax proposals until they see the returns. Senate Finance Committee Ranking Member Ron Wyden, Democrat-Oregon, called Trump's tax planunprincipled” - and one that “will result in cuts for the one percent, conflicts for the president, crippling debt for America and crumbs for the working people.” Democrats also have been pushing for a vote on a bill that would require the president and all major-party nominees to publicly disclose their previous three years of tax returns to the Office of Government Ethics or the Federal Election Commission.
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Latest: Motorola's Moto E4 and Moto E4 Plus have leaked out on German website Winfuture.de showing some impressive spec for budget devices. The Moto E4 will get 2GB of RAM and 16GB of storage while the E4 Plus is set to have a 5,000mAh battery and a 5.5-inch 720p display. Weve already had the affordable Moto G5 and Moto G5 Plus this year, but an even cheaper pair of handsets look to be on the way, dubbed the Moto E4 and Moto E4 Plus. And while a low price might be the main selling point of these successors to the Moto E3 , its not the only thing theyre likely to have going for them, with rumors also pointing to a monster battery and respectable specs for the money. Heres a constantly updated rundown of all the news and rumors weve heard about the Moto E4 and Moto E4 Plus so far. Cut to the chase What is it? Motorola's ultra affordable new handset When is it out? Possibly June or July What will it cost? Maybe around $165/125/AU$220 Moto E4 release date We dont yet know when the Moto E4 or Moto E4 Plus will launch, but the larger handset has seemingly been certified by the FCC (Federal Communications Commission a US regulatory body), so theres a good chance theyre coming soon.
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This isn't a piece of software that beginners will just jump in to and feel at home in straight away. Once you have got use to the way things operate, and spent a little time configuring the seemingly endless raft of options, you can just leave the player to work its magic. Any music you add to watched folders will be added to your library automatically, ready to be worked into playlists or played individually. You might also like Audacity MediaMonkey MusicBee
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By linking all three approaches, she hopes to pinpoint new drug targets and potential therapies for breast cancer. If we find something in the fish, we go to the human patient cancer cell and ask: is this true for human cancer or not? says Feng, assistant professor of pharmacology and medicine. If everything we find is true for fish, but not true in humans, nobody cares. Basic science, big potential Feng's research focuses on the gene MYC, often called the cancer gene from hell, because it is altered in nearly all human cancers. Usually, alterations push MYC into overdrive, and because it codes for a transcription factor—a protein that turns genes on or off—hyperactive MYC can lead to runaway expression of many genes, and cancer. Feng says that many different cancers, seemingly caused by many different gene mutations, all eventually lead back to MYC.
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