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Robert Major, who is facing 12 charges following a crash on Highway 16 near Langham that killed his girlfriend and two sons, is heading to trial.
Daily Mail - Home
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Cheryl Durkey (pictured), 47, from Kent, and her two children - Chepael Maddix, eight, and Chander Paul Maddix, seven, have not been seen in over 24 hours.
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It could be Hollis and sons. An iron works. If you had to choose, Jamal did, either. According to police, you are wrong. I love this series. I cannot believe it is 20 years. I know. It is extraordinary. I love the relationship between your two characters. It works, doesn't it? It really does. We started the show together. We have come in and get this history together. Not quite sure as to how that came about.
Voice Of America
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"A conflict of interest happens when if after he won the election and then we decided to add more projects. That's where we get to a gray area," he said. "But our project actually has been decided long before that." He said he signed the deal with Trump in early 2015. Trump's unusual path to the White House as a businessman who has never previously held political office and his decision to retain ownership of his companies has drawn him into conflict with ethics watchdogs. Walter Shaub, director of the U.S. Office of Government Ethics, has unsuccessfully urged Trump to "divest his conflicting assets." Trump has said the company would not make any new deals abroad while he is president and that his two elder sons, Donald Jr. and Eric, will take over his roles in running the business. Tanoesoedibjo said he met with the two brothers for two and a half hours on Wednesday morning at Trump Tower to discuss the resorts' progress, and said Donald Jr.
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Daily Mail - USA
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A Christian columnist and political incendiary' tweeted that Manny is what happens when dads aren't there to raise their sons. Manny noted that his dad actually works for him.
The Huffington Post
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Is research, thinking, reading and producing texts like the aforementioned blog going to make a difference in Trumplandia? Reading Foucault might provide a road map for resisting Minority President Trump, but the real work of resistance is down in the trenches--organizing, making phone calls, and printing flyers. For scholars the work of resistance also means constructing a sustained social critique in op ed pieces, in blogs, in films, in poetry, in drama and in multimedia installations--all in a language accessible to the general public. The Inaugural Day Foucault read-is a great idea. Once it's over I would urge those committed reader-scholars to sign up for workshops that will enable them to transform their rigorously derived and powerful insights into texts that will inspire their aunts, uncles, mothers, fathers, brothers, sisters, daughters and sons.
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TIME - Top Stories
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(CROSSTALK) OBAMA: Christie Parsons (ph). QUESTION: Thank you. OBAMA: And Christie (ph), you are going to get the last question. Christie (ph)... (CROSSTALK) OBAMA: ... is, you know, I've I've been knowing her since Springfield, Illinois. When I when I was a state senator, she listened to what I had to say. So the least I can do is give her the last question as president of the United States. Go ahead. (CROSSTALK) OBAMA: There you go, go ahead. QUESTION: Well, thank you, Mr. President. It has been an honor. OBAMA: Thank you. QUESTION: And I have a personal question for you, because I know how much you like those. The first lady put the stakes of the 2016 election in very personal terms, in a speech that resonated across the country. And she really spoke the concerns of a lot women, LGBT, people of color, many others. And so I wonder now, how you and the first lady on talking to your daughters about the meaning of this election and how you interpret it for yourself and for them? OBAMA: You know, every parent brags on their daughters or their sons.
Sky News
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She spoke about the concerns about a lot of women, LB GTE people, people of colour and many others so I wonder how you and the first lady when you talk to your daughters about the meaning of this election, how you interpret it for yourself and for them? Every parent talks to their daughters and sons.
BBC News 24
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So the least I can do is give her the last question as President of the United States, go ahead. INAUDIBLE There you go, go ahead. Thank you, Mr President, it has been an honour. I have a personal question for you because I know how much you like those. The first parent brags on their daughters or their sons.
Voice Of America
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Ross will divest from 40 businesses and investments within 90 days of being confirmed, and he will divest from another 40 within 180 days. The president-elect has been at odds with the head of the ethics agency over his refusal to divest himself of his business empire. Trump has said he will instead turn control of his business affairs to his sons. HHS, EPA nominees The Senate Health, Education, Labor and Pensions Committee questions Trump's pick to head the Department of Health and Human Services about the impact of Trump's plans to replace President Barack Obama's health care law, which provides medical insurance for about 20 million people. Congressman Tom Price, who is an orthopedic surgeon, drafted his own plan to replace the law. An independent analysis concluded Price's plan would have saved taxpayers money, but it also would have covered fewer people.
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She did so much to revolutionise England's women's cricket not only in this country but all over the world. Occasionally she would come up with the odd funny comment during board meetings when we were discussing something very serious and I often heard the Germans say, Rachael, a behaviour sub exact... Chairman. We go back a long way. Our sons were at school together. We know the family really well.
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TIME - Top Stories
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Trump has had a run-in with the head of the ethics agency because he says he won't completely divest himself from his business empire. Instead, Trump says he will turn control of his business over to his sons. Walter Shaub Jr., who directs the office, said Trump's plan is insufficient to avoid conflicts of interest. Sen. Bill Nelson of Florida, the top Democrat on the Senate committee, praised Ross for divesting from most of his personal holdings. I believe that's the right thing to do and it tells me you're committed to doing the job the right way by placing the public's interests ahead of your own, Nelson said. It's my hope that President-elect Trump will follow your lead and the example you set. Ross' private equity firm buys failing companies and repairs them to make them presentable to investors. The firm then sells the investment through a sale or public offering.
TIME - Top Stories
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See the rest of the NBCC nominees below. GENERAL NONFICTION Matthew Desmond, Evicted: Poverty and Profit in the American City Ibram X. Kendi, Stamped From the Beginning: The Definitive History of Racist Ideas in America Jane Mayer, Dark Money: The Hidden History of the Billionaires Behind the Rise of the Radical Right Viet Thanh Nguyen, Nothing Ever Dies: Vietnam and the Memory of War John Edgar Wideman, Writing to Save a Life: The Louis Till File AUTOBIOGRAPHY Marion Coutts, The Iceberg Jenny Diski, In Gratitude Hope Jahren, Lab Girl Hisham Matar, The Return: Fathers, Sons, and the Land in Between Kao Kalia Yang, The Song Poet: A Memoir of My Father BIOGRAPHY Nigel Cliff, Moscow Nights: The Van Cliburn Story Ruth Franklin, Shirley Jackson: A Rather Haunted Life Joe Jackson, Black Elk: The Life of an American Visionary Michael Tisserand, Krazy: George Herriman, a Life in Black and White Frances Wilson, Guilty Thing: A Life of Thomas De Quincey POETRY Ishion Hutchinson, House of Lords and Commons Tyehimba Jess, Olio Bernadette Mayer, Works and Days Robert Pinsky, At the Foundling Hospital Monica Youn, Blackacre CRITICISM Carol Anderson, White Rage: The Unspoken Truth of Our Racial Divide Mark Greif, Against Everything: Essays Alice Kaplan, Looking for The Stranger: Albert Camus and the Life of a Literary Classic Olivia Laing, The Lonely City: Adventures in the Art of Being Alone Peter Orner, Am I Alone Here?: Notes on Living to Read and Reading to Live This article originally appeared on EW.
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A portrait of how Syrias war has carved homes into fighting factions, told through the story of Um Mahmoud, a Damascus mother whose three sons ended up on opposing sides of the battle lines. DAMASCUS , SYRIA Now in its sixth year, the war in Syria has torn through the countrys cities, sects and social fabric. For families like Um Mahmouds, Syrias frontlines have even invaded their homes. The 46-year-old mother has seen her three sons join opposing sides of the war and has been unable to stop them from turning on each other. Her story is just one example of how the war has torn families apart for countless reasons. Some families have been divided by ideological differences and political affiliations. Other families have fled the country and been scattered across borders. Um Mahmoud blames herself for the bad blood between her sons, she told Syria Deeply from her home in Damascus.
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James Cosmo is a firm favourite among fans [Channel 5/Wenn] The incredible actor – who has starred in Brave Heart, Sons of Anarchy and Trainspotting to name a few – has gained a flurry of supporters on the Channel 5 show. He's survived a handful of evictions – after being saved by both his housemates and the public – and has proved himself as a sweetheart, with nothing bad to say about anybody. James C has also had a few adorable moments, which involve a teddy ...
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The former Miss England - who has three sons with him - has faced a barrage of social media abuse since he entered the Channel 5 show earlier this month, and has been struggling to cope with accusations she is a gold-digger who ruined his footballing career. Opening up to Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield on This Morning, an emotional Danielle said: “I feel like it’s just so upsetting for me. “Ive been having anxiety attacks. He’s not understanding what he’s saying or the ...
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The BBC's Juan Paullier explains what's at stake for many Mexicans. For us, life is about hard work and crucial help from the United States. He couldn't have his farm without the money he receives from his sons. Now there is an imminent threat Donald Trump.
Al Jazeera
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Doctors at the main hospital in the Afghan city of Kunduz are on strike, refusing to treat patients after threats were made against their families. In the past year, at least three of the sons of different doctors working at the Kunduz regional hospital were kidnapped. Al Jazeera’s Mohammed Jamjoom reports. - Subscribe to our channel: http://aje.io/AJSubscribe - Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/AJEnglish - Find us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/aljazeera - Check our website: http://www.aljazeera.com/