ITV
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Whether combating loneliness or hate crime or whatever. Your love for Jo is very obvious and your courage in holding your family together and looking after your children in the wake of this tragedy is very clear and the grief you are feeling is obviously palpable and we appreciate you coming to talk about this.
The Iran Project
an hour
IFP- In an exclusive interview with IFP , Hossein Sheikholeslam, a former Iranian ambassador to Syria and an advisor to Iran’s Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif, says the Astana talks aimed at settling the Syria crisis are going well. He also noted the negotiations are a good opportunity for Ankara to make up for its past mistakes. Here is the full text of his remarks in the Farsi interview: The achievements made in the course of the Syria peace talks in Astana, Kazakhstan, are the result of a balance established in the wake of the resistance front’s victory against militants in Aleppo, Syria. Until government forces made gains in Aleppo, terrorists, and their advocates were hopeful about Syria’s disintegration. When Aleppo was besieged, sponsors of the terrorists trapped there had two options. One option was for them to concede defeat and relocate the militants to Idlib in order to save all the investment they had made in training and equipping the terrorists over the past six years.
Bournemouth Daily Echo
3 hours
DEVELOPER Richard Carr has said Bournemouth council must “wake up and smell the coffee” after rejecting his flats plan.
BBC News 24
5 hours
What is known is that for decades atomic bombs were detonated here on the Kazakh steppes, their impact measurable on all that stood or was placed in their wake. Natural landscapes, animals, military hardware, apartment blocks and people. Even now, the archives remain closed.
The Herald - Markets & Economy
7 hours
ABC News - Virginia
8 hours
In the wake of yesterday's fatal crash, locals say they are concerned suburbs around Essendon Airport do not have enough of a buffer zone if planes have problems.
CNN
8 hours
Variety
9 hours
After a cold spell at the Broadway box office, sales heated up last week thanks to the date-night business around Valentines Day and the long-weekend traffic of Presidents Day all while Sara Bareilles proved her box office might, spurring a sales stampede at Waitress in the wake of the announcement of her casting in... Read more »
CNN
10 hours
ABC News - Western Australia
10 hours
The tendency to turn to social media in the wake of fatal accidents can also be a "conduit" for grief says a NSW professor.
BBC News 24
10 hours
Government has always said it wanted to see what effect same-sex marriage would have before changing the law. Some now argue they've had long enough. The Government has to wake up and smell the coffee. There is a growing feeling this needs to happen.
TIME - Top Stories
11 hours
In the moments Brady's pass was airborne, he was the sports equivalent of the Schrödinger's cat, the subject of the quantum physics thought experiment, both dead and alive inside a box until an observer opens the lid and determines the outcome. Brady, similarly, was both hero and has-been for a fleeting instant until Edelman's sure hands decided the matter. In football, the stakes involved in this kind of thinking are low. Overlearn the lessons of the Patriots' winassume it's never a problem to fall behind 28-3and you're going to lose a lot of games. In politicsto say nothing of economics or warfareit's a very different matter. In the immediate wake of the 9/11 attacks, commentators spoke in frightened wonder of the evil genius of Osama bin Ladenespecially the way he got our attention when the first plane crashed into the first tower, so that the whole world would be watching when the second one hit.
Voice Of America
11 hours
Bemused Swedes have been defending their record as a low-crime society in the wake of U.S. President Donald Trump's speech in Florida last week in which he appeared to refer to a terrorist attack in Sweden that did not happen. Trump later said he was talking about a Fox News program highlighting allegedly surging crime statistics in Sweden and linking them to rising immigrant numbers, after a record 163,000 asylum-seekers arrived in 2015. On Monday, he tweeted: "The FAKE NEWS media is trying to say that large scale immigration in Sweden is working out just beautifully. NOT!" Swedes have jumped to their country's defense. “Last year there were app 50 pct more murders only in Orlando/Orange in Florida, where Trump spoke the other day, than in all of Sweden. Bad," former Prime Minister Carl Bildt tweeted. Few would argue with the fact that Trump's picture of Sweden is at odds with statistics.
Beijing Bulletin
11 hours
BBC News 24
12 hours
But campaigners are impatient. The Government has to wake up and smell the coffee. There is a growing feeling that this needs to happen. There is a growing appreciation backed up by the court today that this is an inequality that cannot go on.
ABC News - Virginia
13 hours
In the wake of yesterday's fatal crash, locals say they are concerned suburbs around Essendon Airport do not have enough of a buffer zone if planes have problems.
TIME - Top Stories
13 hours
A hot morning shower can wake you up and even boost creativity , according to some research. But if you want to improve your sleep, showering at night is the way to go. Experts say there's evidence that a night shower can help you drift off, if you time it just right. The main trick is to not start too late. You dont want to heat yourself up right before bed, says Dr. Dianne Augelli of the the Center for Sleep Medicine at NewYork-Presbyterian/Weill Cornell Medical Center. That's because body temperature plays an important part in regulating circadian rhythm, which tells the body when to feel sleepy or alert. During the day, body temperature naturally rises until the late afternoon, when it reverses and begins to fall. Cooling down is a signal that tells us were supposed to go to sleep, she says, so interrupting this process can make it harder to fall asleep.
TIME - Top Stories
13 hours
A hot morning shower can wake you up and even boost creativity , according to some research. But if you want to improve your sleep, showering at night is the way to go. Experts say there's evidence that a night shower can help you drift off, if you time it just right. The main trick is to not start too late. You dont want to heat yourself up right before bed, says Dr. Dianne Augelli of the the Center for Sleep Medicine at NewYork-Presbyterian/Weill Cornell Medical Center. That's because body temperature plays an important part in regulating circadian rhythm, which tells the body when to feel sleepy or alert. During the day, body temperature naturally rises until the late afternoon, when it reverses and begins to fall. Cooling down is a signal that tells us were supposed to go to sleep, she says, so interrupting this process can make it harder to fall asleep.
Variety
14 hours
TIME - Top Stories
14 hours
Opponents say the changes would fatally undermine Turkeys already beleaguered democracy, opening an era of autocracy. Perhaps most worrying for Erdogan and his supporters, the presidents own Justice and Development Party (known by the Turkish acronym AKP) appears to be increasingly divided over the reforms. In one public opinion poll , 35 percent of AKP members said they would not vote yes. Even Turkeys former prime minister under Erdogan, Ahmet Davutoglu, said publicly in January that he had concerns about the planned constitutional overhaul. Some are confused why the changes are needed, when Erdogan already enjoys sweeping power. In the wake of the failed and deadly coup attempt in July 2016, Erdogans government suspended or detained tens of thousands of civil servants and military officials. Dozens of news organizations were closed.
TIME - Top Stories
14 hours
Opponents say the changes would fatally undermine Turkeys already beleaguered democracy, opening an era of autocracy. Perhaps most worrying for Erdogan and his supporters, the presidents own Justice and Development Party (known by the Turkish acronym AKP) appears to be increasingly divided over the reforms. In one public opinion poll , 35 percent of AKP members said they would not vote yes. Even Turkeys former prime minister under Erdogan, Ahmet Davutoglu, said publicly in January that he had concerns about the planned constitutional overhaul. Some are confused why the changes are needed, when Erdogan already enjoys sweeping power. In the wake of the failed and deadly coup attempt in July 2016, Erdogans government suspended or detained tens of thousands of civil servants and military officials. Dozens of news organizations were closed.
Washington Free Beacon
14 hours
This incident is the latest in a string of controversies for Uber. Earlier this year, Uber was a target of a boycott after the company continued to provide service to airports in the wake of Trump's executive order on immigration. Activists led with a hashtag #DeleteUber which prompted a response from the company. The company pledged $3 million to drivers affected by Trump's executive order and Uber CEO Travis Kalanick resigned from Trump's economic advisory council. Since Fowler's post went viral, Kalanick responded with an e-mail to all Uber employees. BuzzFeed has obtained a copy of the e-mail below: Team, It’s been a tough 24 hours. I know the company is hurting, and understand everyone has been waiting for more information on where things stand and what actions we are going to take. First, Eric Holder, former US Attorney General under President Obama, and Tammy Albarran — both partners at the leading law firm Covington & Burling— will conduct an independent review into the specific issues relating to the work place environment raised by Susan Fowler, as well as diversity and inclusion at Uber more broadly.
Daily Mail - Health
14 hours
A new study from Oregon State University has found that a group of genes, called LLCs, appear to become active and respond to some of the stresses most common in aging.
BBC News 24
14 hours
But campaigners are impatient. The government has to wake up and smell the coffee. There is a growing feeling this needs to happen. There is a growing appreciation backed up by the court today that this is an inequality that cannot go on. Although they lost today, Rebecca Steinfeld and Charles Keidan may well have changed the direction of travel in the legalisation of civil partnerships for heterosexual couples.