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Deadline
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Radar Online
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PHOTOS: #TeamDuggar? See Who’s Standing By Josh Duggar Despite His Sex Crimes Confession — & Who’s NotIn 9 Clicks The DJ and high-end bartender said he was fired from a gig, and sufferedanxiety, depression, embarrassment, humiliation, loss of self-esteem and extreme and severe mental anguish and emotional distressrelating to the incident. He is seeking damages and compensation for past and future earnings lost in the scandal. As Radar extensively reported, Duggar was further disgraced when an uncovered police report revealed that he was accused of molesting five family members, including at least two of his own sisters, as a teenager. The family’s TLC show was canceled in the subsequent public uproar, and he never returned to reality TV. In Touch was first to report that Duggar was served with the lawsuit. We pay for juicy info! Do you have a story for RadarOnline.com? Email us at tips@radaronline.com, or call us at (866) ON-RADAR (667-2327) any time, day or night.
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Many people would die to have access to public transport right at their doorstep. However, the location of one railway station in Chongqing might be pushing that sentiment to the extreme - residents of an apartment block in China’s ‘Mountain Citycurrently have a train running straight through their building. The Chongqing Rail Transit No. 2, which could be seen coming and going from the block of flats on Friday, passes directly through the middle of a 19 storey apartment building. The residents are able to catch the train without leaving their block, boarding and exiting its carriages from their very own station located between the sixth and eighth floor. Yang Lijuan, Resident of Chongqing (Mandarin): "The first floor to the sixth is the shop, the sixth floor to the eighth floor is the light rail station." Yang Lijuan, Resident of Chongqing (Mandarin): "They are built together, they planted the pillars first, and then built the house according to the light rail pillars.
Sunderland Echo
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Tough mudders and extreme athletes are actually seeking out pain as a way of escaping the anxieties of modern life, according to scientists.
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Ashford Herald
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Parents in Medway sent their children to school with a cold McDonald's Happy Meal and other extreme and unacceptable lunches, a newsletter has revealed.Byron Primary School in Gillingham listed a number of poor packed lunches given to pupils this year in a letter to parents. It also gave advice on how to prepare lunches. The school says while it is extreme and funny to read on paper, these are not acceptable examples of a balanced packed lunch.Read more: A school in Dover...
Dover Express
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Parents in Medway sent their children to school with a cold McDonald's Happy Meal and other extreme and unacceptable lunches, a newsletter has revealed.Byron Primary School in Gillingham listed a number of poor packed lunches given to pupils this year in a letter to parents. It also gave advice on how to prepare lunches. The school says while it is extreme and funny to read on paper, these are not acceptable examples of a balanced packed lunch.Read more: A school in Dover...
Politico
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And it would have dramatic consequences for both political parties. Supreme Court selections would no longer need bipartisan buy-in, possibly resulting in more ideologically extreme justices. And in general, the two parties in the Senate would have one less occasion to cooperate. The partisan food fight over Trump's Cabinet nomineesfacilitated by Democrats' move to eliminate the filibuster for those votes in 2013offered a possible preview. While longtime Republicans hope to avoid a rules change, they're ready to respond to Schumer by gutting the filibuster if that's what it takes. McConnell himself has guaranteed Gorsuch’s confirmation. He has explicitly declined to rule out changing the rules via a party-line vote, also known as the nuclear option. Schumer said the “onus” will be on McConnell if the filibuster is further diluted.
Ashford Herald
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Parents in Medway sent their children to school with a cold McDonald's Happy Meal and other extreme and unacceptable lunches, a newsletter has revealed.Byron Primary School in Gillingham listed a number of poor packed lunches given to pupils this year in a letter to parents. It also gave advice on how to prepare lunches. The school says while it is extreme and funny to read on paper, these are not acceptable examples of a balanced packed lunch.Read more: A school in Dover...
EDIS Emergency & Disaster Alert
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EDIS Emergency & Disaster Alert
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Floods in Angola have killed at least eleven people and left thousands homeless after the country was hit by torrential rain, rescuers said yesterday. Over 700 homes were destroyed following the deluge in the coastal north-western Luanda Province which began on Tuesday afternoon and lasted into the early hours of yesterday, rescue service spokesperson Faustino Mingues told AFP. The victims died when houses collapsed, or after being swept away by the water, he said. Others were killed after being electrocuted by high-voltage power lines that had been downed by the extreme weather. Among the ...
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Mirrorspectrum
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Many would agree that there is abundant evidence which points—at least partially—that society has not been told everything there is about UFOs, Alien life, and extremely advanced technology. Between February 2001 and March 2002 Gary McKinnon, who was initially looking for evidence of free energy suppression and a cover-up of UFO activity and other technologies potentially useful to the public, hacked into 16 NASA computers as well as dozens of US Army, Navy, Air Force, and Department of Defense computers. The Americans believed he had caused $800,000487,000) worth of damage to computers. In the last decade, countless whistleblowers have come forward arguing that there are shady organizations within world governments that have been operative under extreme secrecy. Declassified documents—made available thanks to the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA)—have given unprecedented insight into top secret programs that were previously considered as just another ‘conspiracy theory’.
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ASHLEY GRAHAM is no stranger to showing off her sensational figure, and today she dared to bare yet again in a hot mesh swimsuit.
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Al Jazeera
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On the streets of Jakarta, Indonesia, hundreds of middle and high school pupils arm themselves with deadly weapons to fight rival gangs from other schools. These brawls can last for hours, leaving blood and bodies in their aftermath. The violence is extreme, but the motivations are muddy. In this episode of 101 East, we talk to the teenagers on the frontline, their parents, teachers and the police about why so many otherwise regular kids are willing to fight and even kill their fellow pupils. - 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/
Politico
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Most of all, he is hard to pin down, whether the subject is a controversial new law blocking pro-boycott and divestment activists from coming to Israel (which he tells me he is mostly but not entirely against, while also assuring me free speech remains well protected); Trump’s peace initiative (“you know what, if you are appointing your son-in-law, then you care about this”); or his own campaign program (he will emphasizeclean government,” he says, though how is unclear). But Lapid is also articulate, adaptive, well-read and savvy. Politically, he’s disciplined enough not to get drawn into fights he’s never going to win. In our interview, he insists that his self-proclaimed extreme centrism is just as much an ideology as the more rabble-rousing kind. “It’s the problem of centrists all around the world,” he says. “You dont get to say those inflammatory, very interesting things that the extremists from both sides get to say.
Politico
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And it would have dramatic consequences for both political parties. Supreme Court selections would no longer need bipartisan buy-in, possibly resulting in more ideologically extreme justices. And in general, the two parties in the Senate would have one less occasion to cooperate. The partisan food fight over Trump's Cabinet nomineesfacilitated by Democrats' move to eliminate the filibuster for those votes in 2013offered a possible preview. While longtime Republicans hope to avoid a rules change, they're ready to respond to Schumer by gutting the filibuster if that's what it takes. McConnell himself has guaranteed Gorsuch’s confirmation. He has explicitly declined to rule out changing the rules via a party-line vote, also known as the nuclear option. Schumer said the “onus” will be on McConnell if the filibuster is further diluted.
Politico
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If White House chief strategist Steve Bannon, who represents the most extreme end of Trump’s administration, asked for her help, would she offer it? “Good luck to you, but I’m not going there,” Gorelick said. “In general, I have really pressed people who have had the opportunity to go into this administration to go in. A lot of people do not want to go in. But we have one government, elections have consequences, we should not want the government to fail.” For Gorelick, there is some cosmic irony to representing members of the Trump administration, late in her career. In her first job out of Harvard Law School, from which she graduated in 1975, her firm at the time was representing Richard Nixon in the Supreme Court over the taking of his papers. “I was a very progressive young woman, and I had never expected to represent Richard Nixon,” she said.
Top Speed
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Hey! You there! Auto enthusiast! Are you excited for the impending invasion of the first Type R’d Honda to ever get shipped stateside? Do you dream of wings and red badges and 20-inch wheels and triple exhaust pipes? Do you spend your days fantasizing about 300 turbocharged ponies rampaging at the dip of your right foot? Well, you’re in luck, because all that goodness will soon become a reality with the arrival of the new Civic Type R. Word has it the first units will arrive sometime this spring, so to tide you over, Honda is offering up this 1-minute teaser video. The vid is set in an industrial park and showcases the FWD maniac amid a host of hype-building effectsreverse smoke billows, red lasers... that sort of thing. It’s a fun little clip that does a good job in highlighting the CTR’s extreme exterior styling, as well as some of the goodies equipped in the cabin.
The Cornishman
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Families in Cornwall are being priced out of places at the best schools for their children due to the bump in the costs of homes near them, new figures have shown. It has been known for some time that competition for top places in classrooms at top-performing schools has led parents to take extreme measures, such as starting to attend religious services in the cases of Church of England Schools or even moving house. In the latter respect, the government research has now found that being near...