Ruptly TV
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Channel 4
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There was some tear gas earlier. There were several dozen arrests I believe, but nothing as dramatic as the rhetoric of the campaign, and the anticipation would warrant. Let's not forget, the main purpose of the day is for the tens of thousands of Trump supporters, who flocked to town, to basically welcome their new president, and also to promise him that they will hold his feet to the fire in four years' time, if he seeks re-election.
Sky News
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YourNewsWire
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alexandra's kitchen
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Cover with vinegar or nearly cover with vinegar. In a large sauté pan over medium heat, toast the pumpkin seeds until fragrant and just turning to color, 5 to 7 minutes. Check often and stir frequently. Transfer seeds to a plate to cool. Wash the kale, if necessary, by submerging it with cold water in a large bowl. Let it sit for 10 minutes to allow the dirt to settle. Dry using a salad spinner, then transfer to large salad bowl. Dry with additional towels or paper towels if necessary. Tear the kale into small pieces. Make the dressing: In the bowl of a food processor, purée the garlic, mustard, Worcestershire, lemon juice, vinegar, mayonnaise, salt and pepper until smooth. With the motor running, pour the oil down the food pusher insert so it enters the processor through the teensy pinhole. Purée until smooth. Dressing should be emulsified and pourable.
Daily Express
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Sky News
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Sky News
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The Huffington Post
2 hours
An army of management consultants is advising businesses that they can get more out of their employees if they adopt one or another reward strategy instead of pay for performance. The idea is that you can get better performance out of employees if you abandon pay for performance in favor of one or another strategy that rewards "the whole person" and not just the paycheck. The peak of this phenomenon is called holocracy, a veritable tangle of cross cutting evaluations and peer-enforced group-think. The Wells Fargo case shows once again the power of pay for performance. Unfortunately, it also showed the power of pay for performance when you pay for the wrong performance. The performance systems of most organizations are the jealously guarded hostages of fortress HR. Executives who want to run truly ethical - and effective - organizations need to tear down the walls of this fortress before engaging in silly talk about the greater good.
Daily Express
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Politico
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But the country has never before seen him in the tableau where he will appear tomorrow: on a stage and in a national ritual that is reserved solely for presidents. Part of Trump's success rests on whether he is believable in the role. And, ultimately, the trappings of the office are likely to tear at his outsider's cloak, which so shielded him from scandal and unrelenting scrutiny because voters seemed to expect less of a non-politician. As America comes to view him as the president, they may expect his behavior to be more presidential. For Trump, being a believable president while maintaining the persona of an outsider will be a difficult balance.
Variety
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Geena Davis will never forget the first time she tried virtual reality, because it literally brought her to tears. “I was crying, and so moved by it,” she recently recalled. “I was just a mess by the end.” Davistear-inducing introduction to virtual reality (VR) came when she first watched a draft of “Dear Angelica,”... Read more »
Daily Express
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Politico
5 hours
Few American presidents enter office with such a keen sense of imagery. Trump, whose real estate and television careers succeeded largely based on the ubiquity and effectiveness of his photo ops, has made a habit of strutting through marble hallways, making resolute decisions in a wooden boardroom and posing on tarmacs with police officers. But the country has never before seen him in the tableau where he will appear tomorrow: on a stage and in a national ritual that is reserved solely for presidents. Part of Trump's success rests on whether he is believable in the role. And, ultimately, the trappings of the office are likely to tear at his outsider's cloak, which so shielded him from scandal and unrelenting scrutiny because voters seemed to expect less of a non-politician. As America comes to view him as the president, they may expect his behavior to be more presidential. For Trump, being a believable president while maintaining the persona of an outsider will be a difficult balance.
Politico
5 hours
5. The spectacle Few American presidents enter office with such a keen sense of imagery. Trump, whose real estate and television careers succeeded largely based on the ubiquity and effectiveness of his photo ops, has made a habit of strutting through marble hallways, making resolute decisions in a wooden boardroom and posing on tarmacs with police officers. But the country has never before seen him in the tableau where he will appear tomorrow: on a stage and in a national ritual that is reserved solely for presidents. Part of Trump's success rests on whether he is believable in the role. And, ultimately, the trappings of the office are likely to tear at his outsider's cloak, which so shielded him from scandal and unrelenting scrutiny because voters seemed to expect less of a non-politician. As America comes to view him as the president, they may expect his behavior to be more presidential.
Politico
5 hours
But the country has never before seen him in the tableau where he will appear tomorrow: on a stage and in a national ritual that is reserved solely for presidents. Part of Trump's success rests on whether he is believable in the role. And, ultimately, the trappings of the office are likely to tear at his outsider's cloak, which so shielded him from scandal and unrelenting scrutiny because voters seemed to expect less of a non-politician. As America comes to view him as the president, they may expect his behavior to be more presidential. For Trump, being a believable president while maintaining the persona of an outsider will be a difficult balance.
Mondoweiss
5 hours
The Israeli fear is that without “facts on the ground” in E1, Maaleh Adumim, which has a population of around 40,000, could end up as a nonviable Israeli enclave inside a Palestinian state. http://www.haaretz.com/israel-news/.premium-1.765878 Violence / Detentions West Bank, E. Jerusalem, Israel (accounts of this event from several different places included here, since they have different information) Palestinian shot dead in cold blood' by Israeli police during Negev demolition raid NEGEV (Ma‘an) 18 Jan Two people were killed and several others were hospitalized on Wednesday after a predawn demolition raid into the Bedouin village of Umm al-Hiran in the Negev region erupted into clashes, as Israeli forces used sponge-tipped bullets, tear gas, and stun grenades to violently suppress locals and supporters who had gathered to resist the demolitions.
Politico
5 hours
But the country has never before seen him in the tableau where he will appear tomorrow: on a stage and in a national ritual that is reserved solely for presidents. Part of Trump's success rests on whether he is believable in the role. And, ultimately, the trappings of the office are likely to tear at his outsider's cloak, which so shielded him from scandal and unrelenting scrutiny because voters seemed to expect less of a non-politician. As America comes to view him as the president, they may expect his behavior to be more presidential. For Trump, being a believable president while maintaining the persona of an outsider will be a difficult balance.
Politico
6 hours
5. The spectacle Few American presidents enter office with such a keen sense of imagery. Trump, whose real estate and television careers succeeded largely based on the ubiquity and effectiveness of his photo ops, has made a habit of strutting through marble hallways, making resolute decisions in a wooden boardroom and posing on tarmacs with police officers. But the country has never before seen him in the tableau where he will appear tomorrow: on a stage and in a national ritual that is reserved solely for presidents. Part of Trump's success rests on whether he is believable in the role. And, ultimately, the trappings of the office are likely to tear at his outsider's cloak, which so shielded him from scandal and unrelenting scrutiny because voters seemed to expect less of a non-politician. As America comes to view him as the president, they may expect his behavior to be more presidential.
Politico
6 hours
But the country has never before seen him in the tableau where he will appear tomorrow: on a stage and in a national ritual that is reserved solely for presidents. Part of Trump's success rests on whether he is believable in the role. And, ultimately, the trappings of the office are likely to tear at his outsider's cloak, which so shielded him from scandal and unrelenting scrutiny because voters seemed to expect less of a non-politician. As America comes to view him as the president, they may expect his behavior to be more presidential. For Trump, being a believable president while maintaining the persona of an outsider will be a difficult balance.
Politico
6 hours
But the country has never before seen him in the tableau where he will appear tomorrow: on a stage and in a national ritual that is reserved solely for presidents. Part of Trump's success rests on whether he is believable in the role. And, ultimately, the trappings of the office are likely to tear at his outsider's cloak, which so shielded him from scandal and unrelenting scrutiny because voters seemed to expect less of a non-politician. As America comes to view him as the president, they may expect his behavior to be more presidential. For Trump, being a believable president while maintaining the persona of an outsider will be a difficult balance.
EVO
7 hours
Antony Ingram 20 Jan 2017 Goodwood has announced the theme for one of the most anticipated motoring events of the year, the 2017 Goodwood Festival of Speed. Each year the event's theme dictates many of the cars that will tear up the hill during the Festival - and what spectacular structure will be positioned in front of Goodwood house. This year's theme has been confirmed as 'Peaks of performance - Motorsport's game-changers', and will pay homage to cars so dominant, technically advanced, fast or expensive that rules had to be created to rein them in - think Group B cars, ground-effect F1 cars or some of the wilder sports cars that have dominated racing over the years. As ever, these will be joined by a huge selection of vehicles from other eras and disciplines - in recent years we've seen vehicles as diverse as MotoGP bikes, trophy trucks, F1 cars, NASCAR stock cars and more, while the popular moving motor show should once again take place on the Thursday of the Festival, allowing punters to try out some of the latest cars up the hill.
RT USA
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Bleacher Report
7 hours
He had never felt what a postseason win was like. Ryan, meanwhile, was standing on the great divide that separates journeymen from stars. In the games that define quarterbackspostseason gameshe was 1-4. Ryan and Shanahan started out well enough together in 2015, but then the season went awry. The stress that oozes from losing streaks can tear up any relationship, let alone one that hasn't had time to become rooted. Ryan was frustrated about his struggles in Shanahan's offense, which was a departure from anything he played in previously. He let his frustrations be known. Shanahan says Ryan wanted to go back to some of the concepts he was familiar with under Shanahan's predecessor, Dirk Koetter . There was some give and take in the game-planning as the year went on. Ultimately, Shanahan, who had been reputed to be stubborn, incorporated more of what Ryan was comfortable with in his playbook.