Lincolnshire Echo
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CNN
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Republican Sen. Tom Cotton faced an angry crowd during a town hall in Arkansas, but one little boy and his question made the crowd cheer.
BoingBoing
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Enjoy the wonderful new music video from the recording artist Jenny O . , co-directed by Jenny O. with Mariana Blanco. (more)
Breitbart News
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Tuesday on CBS The Late Show, MSNBCs Morning Joe co-host Joe Scarborough said President Donald Trumps first month in office has made it harder to call him Mr. President. Scarborough said, He’s been Donald Trump forever, he’s been Donald forever. It’s kind of hard to start calling him Mr. President. And I’ll be really honest with you, the way he’s acted over the past month has made it even harder to call him Mr. President. He added, I think we as Americans should not cheer against our president like Rush Limbaugh said he was doing with Barack Obama. I think we should pray for our president. But that requires all of us as Americans to do what we can when the president is not doing what he needs to be doing to stand up and do our part, too. And right now I think it’s the responsibility of all Americans, especially Republicans, and especially Republicans in the Senate, that when you have a president of the United States that questions judicial review and questions the legitimacy of a federal judge to stand up and say this is not right and we are going to call it out.
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Carscoops
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Ford believes that its vehicles of the future could have the ability to read a driver’s facial expressions and react accordingly. Read more »
Financial Times
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Bristol Post
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For fans still nursing disappointment from Glastonbury Festival 2015, this is sure to cheer you up.It looks as though Foo Fighters are just hours away from being announced as one of this year's headline acts, with more and more clues appearing. Yesterday, Foo Fighter fans received 'boarding passes' in the post for the fictional 'Obelisk Airlines', featuring the band's logo inside a pyramid, prompting many to take that as a sign they would be playing the iconic stage this summer.READ MORE:...
Bristol Post
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Daily Mail - Markets
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Shares in the struggling bank were widely predicted to bomb this week ahead of its results on Friday, when the group is expected to confirm a ninth consecutive year of losses.
Bristol Post
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MARK Tainton has urged his Bristol Rugby players to give a big home crowd something to cheer about in the early stages of Sunday's game against Bath.Bristol take on their neighbours in the Aviva Premiership knowing time is running out to save their season after back-to-back heavy defeats against Harlequins and Leicester.Read more: Bristol Rugby talking point: Where now for Bristol after survival gap rises to six points?Bristol have slipped six points behind Worcester at the bottom of...
Lincolnshire Echo
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Support for Lincoln City has gone through the roof during their sensational FA cup run - and now even a parrot is cheering the club on. Rachel Hippey says her pet has started shouting we are Imps ever since the club scored in their sensational 1-0 win against Burnley on Saturday. The 30-year-old said the parrot, called Monty, also knows all the chants, too. READ MORE: 'Over the moon' - Lincoln City fans react to the FA Cup quarter-final draw She said: Since Christmas he...
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Lincolnshire Echo
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Support for Lincoln City has gone through the roof during their sensational FA cup run - and now even a parrot is cheering the club on. Rachel Hippey says her pet has started shouting we are Imps ever since the club scored in their sensational 1-0 win against Burnley on Saturday. The 30-year-old said the parrot, called Monty, also knows all the chants, too. READ MORE: 'Over the moon' - Lincoln City fans react to the FA Cup quarter-final draw She said: Since Christmas he...
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He was seemingly unimpressed with one of Queensland's most well-known shipwrecks: Went to see the most famous ship in Queensland. It can't even sail... Lars... are you going to be okay? Thought the [Australia] Zoo would cheer me up. Turns out Steve Irwin is dead. As it turns out, Fevang actually did enjoy his big trip Down Under and never thought the selfies would go viral. “Maybe we have seen enough perfect smiling selfies from people in front of famous tourist spots,” he told The Irish Examiner . “Let’s get grumpy.” H/T: News.com.au All images courtesy of Lars Fevang via Imgur .
Haaretz
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The editor of the Daily Stormer website dubs Thursday’s press conference ‘one of the greatest things I’ve ever witnessed.’
Haaretz
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The editor of the Daily Stormer website dubs Thursday’s press conference ‘one of the greatest things I’ve ever witnessed.’
RT
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Russian football fans have come up with a chant to cheer up their fellow fans from the UK and welcome them to the 2018 World Cup, after a ‘spookyBBC documentary painted Russian fans all shades of evil. Read Full Article at RT.com
The Sun Daily - World News
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MELBOURNE, United States: President Donald Trump turned back the clock Saturday with a bold and aggressive Florida speech straight out of his 2016 campaign playbook, enthralling fans while insisting all is well in the White House despite weeks of turbulence. He also took aim at his favourite foil, the "dishonest" news media that he said has become "part of the corrupt system". At the end of a stormy first month in office, the populist billionaire took the power of the presidency on the road, revisiting the style and substance of the campaign trail. After stepping down from Air Force One to a deafening cheer, he entered a packed hanger and was drawn into the collective bosom of several thousand of his dearest followers – mostly white, mostly male middle-class Americans who feel they have been left behind by the country's shifting economy. "I'm here because I want to be among my friends and among the people," he admitted.
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Nottingham Evening Post
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It all started with one simple idea to help brighten someone's day - and now the whole community in Lady Bay is encouraging each other to carry out random acts of kindness.The heart-warming project was the brainchild of Lady Bay resident Arwen Makin, 38, who decided to cheer people up on a gloomy Monday morning. Posting on a Facebook page for local people, she offered to do people's nails for free - on one condition; that in return they carry out a good deed for someone else.The idea spiralled,...