William and Harry talk to Kate about the impact of their mum’s death

April 22, 2017

… really damaging. “I always thought to myself, what’s the point in bringing up something that’s only gonna make you sad? It ain’t gonna change it. It ain’t gonna bring her back,” he says. Kate says she thinks it’s “incredible” how strong the two princes are, and how they’ve been able to cope. “I put that down to your really early years, childhood experience. But, also the relationship you’ve got. You’re amazingly …

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Virgin Money chief: Dealing with depression made me stronger – BBC News

April 19, 2017

… Ms Gadhia said, speaking publicly about how she was affected for the first time. “How on earth was I going to manage that? “It was the first time that I’d ever, ever experienced what people described as depression. “I had always thought, despite the fact that my mum had suffered over the years with her own issues, that depression is something that was a bit weak-minded or something. “And when it hit me, I realised nothing could be further from the truth. “And …

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‘I ignored my mum’s death, just like Prince Harry’ – BBC News

April 19, 2017

… turned to the gym and exercise and running. “What also really touched me was that the age at which we dealt with it was the same. “When I got to 28 and 29 I thought ‘I can’t keep going on with this’. It’s the realisation it’s not going to fade. “Now, I’m able to open up and work through my grief. I think it is a maturity thing. “Counselling has brought me to a good place. It’s about finding the right counsellor for you – …

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These 3 People Show Why Anti-Trump Tide Runs Against The GOP In Georgia’s Special Election

April 18, 2017

… Democrat, Rosenberg was ready. I said, Im not either, Rosenberg said. They found a bond: both, it turned out, had voted for Kasich in the GOP presidential primary. She was uncommitted by the time I left, said Rosenberg. Sandy Rosenberg When HuffPost first contacted Pearlman by phone, the call went to voicemail. She returned the call shortly afterward. Sorry, I thought you were a canvasser, she said, describing a barrage of phone calls to Democrats so ubiquitous that a local group, Cobb …

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Nina Simone and me: An artist and activist revisited

April 17, 2017

(CNN)I was surfing online when I stumbled upon a mural in Baltimore painted by artist Ernest Shaw. It’s a three-headed portrait of civil rights icons: James Baldwin, Malcolm X and, of course, Nina Simone. Even within the boundaries of my computer screen, the painting on the side of a building at 401 Lafayette Street was powerful. Curious that the artist had chosen Simone as part of the trifecta, I dialed Shaw, a 41-year-old teacher at the Maryland Academy of Technology & Health …

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‘The Fate of the Furious’ director on Jason Statham’s journey from villain to kinda-hero

April 16, 2017

… see him stretch himself a little bit in this movie, a little bit of humor, a whole lot of action. You know, if you were to interview Jason, he would say, “Well, I wouldnt necessarily say I was a villain. I wouldnt necessarily say Im a part of the family either.” He just has a very specific mission in mind. You have to see the movie to see what it is, but I thought it was very interesting that he could team up with the family and work for a common goal. Thats something that I dont …

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‘Game of Thrones’ actor Lena Headey opens up about anxiety on Twitter

April 15, 2017

… BEAUTIFUL… lena headey (@IAMLenaHeadey) April 13, 2017 Try one conversation face to face without hiding your true self. You’ll feel terrified maybe .. for a second .. and then BOOM … lena headey (@IAMLenaHeadey) April 13, 2017 @IAMLenaHeadey can’t. I’m a super-introvert. nice thought though Ms Hyde (@ms_hyde) April 13, 2017 @IAMLenaHeadey but what if you’re scared because people might judge you or hurt you if you show your true self ?? …

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When Heroin Almost Took My Life, My Phone Saved It

April 10, 2017

… our community. It was also the beginning of my recovery advocacy. After the convention, and the 2016 election, I realized the tremendous influence that social media could have on how people talked, thought, acted, and even voted. I saw a way for us to transform the recovery movement into a campaign one so big that it couldnt be ignored or silenced. So I started a Facebook page, then added Twitterand Instagram. Up front, I decided these accounts would never be about me. The point was always to …

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From Syria to Black Lives Matter: 3 ways WWI still shapes America

April 10, 2017

… threatening the American way of life. They’re not real Americans. That’s what many Americans thought of German-Americans during World War I. If you think political battles over immigration are tough today, they were vicious when America entered World War I, “The Great War” shows. A wave of hysteria aimed at German-Americans swept the nation as it struggled to assimilate what was then its largest ethnic group. America didn’t just declare war on Germany — it …

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Low U.S. Jobless Rate May Tempt Fed to Rethink Wage-Gain Trigger

April 9, 2017

… what Nobel Prize-winning economist Milton Friedman first described in 1968 as the “natural rate of unemployment.” First thought of as a fixed level, Nairu is what economists now see as a trigger point that can move substantially over time. As recently as 2013, Fed officials estimated Nairu in the U.S. around 5.6 percent. …

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His name was Henry Summers – but who was he? – BBC News

April 9, 2017

Image caption Henry lived in a top-floor flat in Leith They went to the door of his top-floor flat on Easter Road and knocked but got no answer. Image caption Police beat down the door to gain entry to Henry’s flat A few years before that a woman had been found dead in Edinburgh, undiscovered for five years. The media were full of recrimination and finger pointing. I used to work with old people and had seen this before. It’s easy to de-personalise older people. We …

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CNN 10 – April 7, 2017

April 7, 2017

… operate, we increase his harvest by 15 percent. Meaning, he earns 45,000 euros more in revenues. We’re battling nature with nature and we know that that works. (END VIDEOTAPE) AZUZ: This is like jetpack meets Iron Man. It’s the awesome-looking invention of a British entrepreneur. It involves six tiny jet engines, some body armor, some serious physical fitness, and while it looks fund in some clips, there is a learning curve. It’s called Daedalus. Guess they thought acorus (ph) …

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People are selling old girl scout cookies on Amazon. Not cool.

April 4, 2017

… information didn’t make you reconsider buying the cookies on Amazon, what about the thought of sad little Girl Scouts put out of business? “Further,” the rep explained, “purchasing cookies in this way does not support Girl Scouts participating in the cookie program… Its important to remember that, when you buy cookies from a Girl Scout, you are doing so much more than scoring a box of treatsyou are investing in her future, and the future leadership of our country. …

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More than 20 million Britons ‘physically inactive’ – BBC News

April 3, 2017

Media playback is unsupported on your device Media captionHarriet Mulvaney says she thought she was active before her heart attack but she was really “just busy” More than 20 million people in the UK are physically inactive, according to a report by the British Heart Foundation. The charity warns that inactivity increases the risk of heart disease and costs the NHS around 1.2bn each year. Harriet Mulvaney experienced a heart attack at 44 and decided to make changes to her …

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Officer: Black man’s fatal shooting had nothing to do with race

April 3, 2017

… justification for her actions, describing an encounter that was not captured on video. Shelby was on her way to a domestic violence call when she saw a man she would later learn was Crutcher standing in the road, the officer told 60 Minutes. She said she found the 6-foot, 240-pound man’s behavior concerning. “His hands are just dropped beside him, his chin is resting on his chest, and he’s standing there motionless,” she said. “I thought … I wonder if …

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Patrick Stewart says he’s ‘absolutely’ interested in a Professor X cameo in ‘Legion’

April 2, 2017

… 2. “In terms of putting it as a post-credits sequence, I think there’s a proud tradition of that on the Marvel features side,” Hawley told reporters in a conference call. “It’s the beginning of another thought. I wanted to give people the end song and the feeling of watching the credits, to let them absorb the complete story they just watched. And then I wanted to tease them as to what chapter two is going to be. SEE ALSO: ‘Legion’ creator wants the …

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Greek Thomson: Scotland’s other great visionary architect – BBC News

April 2, 2017

Image caption The Caledonia Road Church in the Gorbals was threatened with demolition in 1966 When Glasgow council was planning to demolish one of Thomson’s landmark churches in 1966, influential American architectural historian Henry-Russell Hitchcock made a plea for them to stop. He said: “Glasgow in the last 150 years has had two of the greatest architects in the world.” Image caption The church was described as one of the finest Classical Romantic churches in …

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In coach’s rant, a lesson for parents and athletes

March 23, 2017

… today’s kids are so influenced by professional athletes who they see as “just being really cool” — athletes they then try to imitate when they play. See the latest news and share your comments with CNN Health on Facebook and Twitter. “I thought his comments were amazing. I think it’s a great thing to teach your kids at an early age that attitude is everything and a good, willing-to-work, positive attitude means everything,” said Robin, who is …

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To The Women Of The View: Don’t Normalize Tomi Lahren

March 21, 2017

… you invite the unintended consequence of normalizing her views instead. Hosts like Trevor Noah might have thought that by inviting Lahren on his show, he would illustrate just how looney toons her debating points were when placed against facts. Unfortunately, Trevor Noah and also Bill Maher produced the opposite results: many people who love Lahren will never stop to hear talking points beyond their angry echo chamber. That is not a place one goes for news or debate points against liberals it is …

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The 11 craziest things we learned from this massive Kellyanne Conway profile

March 19, 2017

… (@petridishes) March 18, 2017 7. She ate a decorative scallion because she thought it was asparagus That time Kellyanne Conway was supposed to host a baby shower with Arianna Huffington…. https://t.co/u6UC2OT1zc pic.twitter.com/7YAyBN8IaK Olivia Nuzzi (@Olivianuzzi) March 18, 2017 11. She’s leading production of a Trump mannequin for Disney World’s Hall of Presidents. It’s her childhood dream. 12. There’s, um, some tension between herself and Steve Bannon. …

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The only way to prove you aren’t a robot is to solve this chess puzzle

March 15, 2017

… said hundreds already have and claim they have done so in seconds), it poses a deeper question: Are we executing some fiendishly clever algorithm in our brain, that cuts through the chaff? It is just a higher level of computation, one that computers can still aspire to or something unique to brain-matter-based thought? Tagg said Penrose Institute falls into the latter camp. Penrose and Tagg dont think you can simply call a brain a machine. It sits in skull, made of gray matter and we dont …

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John ‘Goldfinger’ Palmer murder: Paramedic’s concerns ignored – BBC News

March 12, 2017

… scene “accepted the explanation of the injuries they were presented with” given Mr Palmer’s recent operation. Image caption The report says a paramedic was followed by two student paramedics and then a senior paramedic in arriving at the scene Palmer, once described as Britain’s richest criminal and thought to have been worth 300m, got his nickname after he was arrested on suspicion of melting down gold from the Brink’s-Mat robbery, although he was never …

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The Country That Everyone Used To Know

March 10, 2017

… thought freedom of speech. What is becoming of our country? Is this the America they want to come to now? In January, when a mosque burned down in Texas, one of the leaders of the local Jewish congregation handed the keys to their synagogue over to the president of the mosque, so he and his fellow Muslims could feel free to come in and pray. When vandals toppled 200 headstones in a Jewish cemetery in St. Louis, Muslims started a crowdfunding site to help repair the damage. They raised so much …

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Wife Cant Get Pregnant After Gaining Too Much Weight, Starts Eating Only Beef To Transform

March 7, 2017

… meat,” Kelly states, adding, “So, I thought, ‘What would be the most nutrient-dense kind of meat? What should I be eating?’And it turns out beef is really nutrient dense.” Soon, she created a 98% beef diet with bacon as the other 2%. Not only did Kelly lose 60 pounds, but she also regained her fertility and started ovulating again. She is now a happy mother, proud of her beef diet and all it has done for her. To see what Kelly looks like today after her 60-pound …

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NHS protest: Tens of thousands march against ‘hospital cuts’ – BBC News

March 5, 2017

… caption About 150 coaches are thought to have brought protesters from across the country to the march in London From the scene: Richard Lister, BBC News They arrived by the bus load this morning; 150 coaches brought protesters from across England and Wales. They set off from Tavistock Square – some blew whistles, some chanted, one man was dressed as a “therapy dog” for overworked NHS staff. Most are carrying “#OurNHS” placards; others said “Dump …

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Republicans Seem OK With Trumps Nominees Misleading The Public

March 4, 2017

… that he hoped to speak with Sessions soon about his January testimony. So, too, did Sen. Steve Daines (R-Mont.), who claimed Trumps Cabinet nominees had answered questions in written and oral testimony probably more than any nominees in history. Sen. Roy Blunt (R-Mo.) said he was confident that Trumps nominees had given what theyve thought were the right answers. …

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