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State TV Suggests “Coup” Is Underway [VIDEO]

27 minutes agoLGBT / Gay : Joe. My. God.

Via Mediaite: On Fox News last night, Jesse Watters suggested that there may be an anti-Trump “coup” going on. Watters brought up the anti-Trump texts from Peter Strzok and another FBI agent, including the “insurance policy” wording,...Show More Summary

Will We Have A White Christmas This Year? Forecast Points To ‘Yes’ In These States

41 minutes agoNews : The Inquisitr - News

If you are dreaming of a white Christmas, your wish may come true this year. A little Christmas morning snow is nothing short of magical unless you are traveling on December 25. Snow, wind, and sleet could cause flight delays and slow-moving...Show More Summary

Vinicius Junior drops bad news on Real Madrid

Vinicius Junior & Real Madrid Back in May, Real Madrid confirmed the signing of the next Brazilian wonderkid: Vinicius Junior. Vinicius Junior was just 16-years-old when he agreed to join Real Madrid. Los Blancos stumped up a staggering fee in the region of £40 million to sign the teenager from Flamengo. But rather than move to Spain immediately, […]

The best outdoor photos of the NHL 100 Classic from Ottawa

Outdoor hockey may be the best hockey. The first outdoor game of the 2017-18 NHL season has finally come to pass. On Saturday evening, the Ottawa Senators and the Montreal Canadiens played in the NHL 100 Classic as a throwback to the...Show More Summary

Nick Foles is a starting NFL quarterback again. Here’s what you may not remember about him.

Foles will start in place of Carson Wentz, who tore his ACL against the Rams in Week 14. Nick Foles will start for the Eagles this week when they take on the Giants. Barring injury, he’ll be behind center for Philadelphia for the rest of the season and into the playoffs. Show More Summary

Making Amber Rudd Tory Leader & Prime Minister might be the only way to ensure she holds her seat.

Every Tory leader since WWII has increased the Tory share of the vote in their constituency in their first general election as leader except Mrs May It appears Amber Rudd’s majority of 346 in Hastings & Rye is seen as a bar on her being Theresa May’s successor as some Tories don’t want the symbolic […]

North Korea May Soon Test Another Nuclear Weapon (The Only Question Is Where)

Dave Majumdar Security, Asia Like in the atmosphere.  North Korea continues to work on tunnels it used for nuclear test, despite recent tremors according to imagery analysis by the 38 North project at Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies. Show More Summary

Philippines' Duterte, in about-face, says he supports same-sex unions

MANILA (Reuters) - Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte on Sunday expressed his support for same-sex unions, after previously declaring his opposition to gay marriage, in an about-face that may displease bishops in the mainly Roman Catholic country.

Want Nightmares? Try Sleeping on Your Left Side

Getting a good night’s sleep is important for physical health. Plenty of Zzzs keeps a person’s heart healthy and helps repair blood vessels. However, sleep itself isn’t the only factor in a person’s health; how they sleeps may relieve heartburn, strengthen a bad back, and improve circulation – especially in pregnant women. How a person sleeps... Read more »

Physician asset protection: Is it a good idea to pay down debts?

Being in a high income, high-risk field I often think of asset protection. The lawsuit may not come from medical work, but from an auto accident or someone slipping on my front step. All of these can lead to suits, and as a high-income earner, we all have a target on our back. The last […]

Defiant Theresa May: UK 'proving doubters wrong' on Brexit

British Prime Minister Theresa May has said that her government is "proving the doubters wrong" after European Union leaders agreed that Brexit negotiations can finally move on to their next … Click to Continue »

Brexit will not be derailed, says UK's May ahead of crunch cabinet meetings

LONDON (Reuters) - Prime Minister Theresa May said on Sunday she would not be derailed from leaving the European Union, laying the groundwork for difficult meetings this week in which she will try to unite a divided cabinet behind her vision for post-Brexit Britain.

Comment of the Day: May we return again for what will truly nourish us.

Oscar, written with grit, wisdom, and humor. The post Comment of the Day: May we return again for what will truly nourish us. appeared first on The Good Men Project.

Military capture of Zim economy may torpedo recovery

JOHANNESBURG - New research on Zimbabwe’s economic prospects show that the militarisation of key economic and political institutions has dented investor confidence in the country, and warn that this could fuel corruption, patronage,Show More Summary

Theresa May is trying to hide the fact that Britain will stay in the single market for years after Brexit

Theresa May is refusing to admit that Britain will stay in the single market and customs union during transition, Labour MP Chuka Umunna tells BI. The PM has insisted that Britain will leave both organisations on exit day in March 2019. Yet...Show More Summary

Papas team up to coach CdM girls’ water polo

Even before Justin Papa was hired as the Corona del Mar High girls’ water polo coach in May, he knew who he wanted on his coaching staff. Her last name was Papa, too. It was his younger sister Cassidy, who was finishing out her senior year at Stanford University. After she helped the Cardinal win...

Would-be lottery winners could make an expensive mistake

Saving trumps spending for the average consumer — although experts say they may not follow through on that intent.

Hoping to extend maritime reach, China lavishes aid on Pakistan town

GWADAR, Pakistan (Reuters) - China is lavishing vast amounts of aid on a small Pakistani fishing town to win over locals and build a commercial deep-water port that the United States and India suspect may also one day serve the Chinese navy.

Georgia State defeats Western Kentucky in Cure Bowl, earns school’s first bowl win

They jumped and they cheered. They danced and they cried. Georgia State players and coaches may have celebrated the program’s first bowl win Saturday in different ways. But the one constant throughout was the size of the smiles on their faces in the moments following the Panthers’ 27-17 win over...

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