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Justin Hartley Says 'This Is Us' Will Take a 'Dark Turn'

Justin Hartley suits up and poses for photos at the top of the Empire State Building on Tuesday (February 21) in New York City. The 40-year-old actor stars as Kevin on the hit NBC series This Is Us and he recently opened up about what fans can expect in the final episodes of season one. [...]

Walker recommends $803 million in state building projects

Gov. Scott Walker is recommending spending $803 million on state building projects over the next two years, with nearly $450 million of the funding coming from new borrowing. Walker says … Click to Continue »

China football league like ‘lightning in a bottle’: Brighton boss

20 hours agoSports / Football : EPL Talk

London (AFP) – China’s astonishing spending spree on foreign players could all end in tears like the United States’ first foray into building a football league in the 1970’s, according to Brighton chief executive Paul Barber. Barber,...Show More Summary

Elon Musk's Tunnel Everyone Is Talking About Isn't Permitted Under State Regulations

21 hours agoVehicles / Cars : Jalopnik

Tesla founder Elon Musk’s fascination with building a tunnel under Los Angeles has captured the fawning attention of the tech press. Between boring profiles and inside looks at Elon’s Tunnel, no one asked: Has this thing even received regulatory approval? Nope, says LA Weekly. Read more...

What the U.S. really needs is a wall to keep immigrants in

President Trump keeps reiterating his pledge to build a border wall between the United States and Mexico. He and his supporters have in mind a barrier that will keep Mexican immigrants out of the country. They should be thinking instead of a wall that will keep them in. Since 2008, more Mexicans...

Seeking to secure Sinai, Egypt builds closer ties with Hamas

CAIRO/GAZA (Reuters) - After years of strained relations, Egypt is moving closer to Hamas in Gaza, offering concessions on trade and free movement in return for moves to secure the border against Islamic State fighters who have killed hundreds of policemen and soldiers in northern Sinai.

White House decorating through the ages

Since 1800, the president of the United States has made his home in the White House. Though the building has remained the same, the decor has changed significantly. From Thomas Jefferson, the home's second occupant, onwards, commanders-in-chief have had quite a bit of flexibility when it comes to how they choose to decorate their temporary home. Show More Summary

Sherco Power Plant: The Wrong Project, For The Wrong Reasons, At A Big Cost

A bipartisan group of state lawmakers, including Gov. Mark Dayton, last week endorsed Xcel Energy’s plan to build a new natural gas plant in Becker, Minn. What they’ve left out is that this project is a multibillion-dollar boondoggle. Sherco...Show More Summary

‘California is a nation, not a state’, says a movement that wants a break from the U.S.

By Katie Zezima About 15 people huddled in a luxury apartment building, munching on danishes as they plotted out their plan to have California secede from the United States. “I pledge allegiance, to the flag, of an independent California,” Geoff Lewis said as he stood in a glass-walled conference room adorned with California’s grizzly-bear flag […]

Alcorn State wins 9th straight, beats Alabama State 75-67

Marquis Vance scored a season-high 27 points and grabbed nine rebounds as Alcorn State picked up its ninth straight victory, building a 15-point lead in the first half and holding off Alabama State down the stretch for a 75-67 victory Saturday night        

This Week In Golf Biz: Mickelson To Build ASU Practice Facility, Top 100 Course In World For Sale

In this week's top golf business stories: Phil Mickelson is building a short-game practice facility at his alma mater, Arizona State, while one of the world's Top 100 golf courses is up for sale and the AJGA partners with the Symetra Tour.

Russia wants pragmatic relations with U.S., says Lavrov

MUNICH (Reuters) - Russia wants to build pragmatic relations with the United States based on mutual respect, Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov said on Saturday.

U.S.-led coalition says Islamic State command center destroyed in Mosul medical complex

BAGHDAD (Reuters) - The U.S.-led military coalition on Saturday said its forces struck a building in the main medical complex of western Mosul, suspected to house an Islamic State command center.

The Ghost of Chicago’s Mile-High Tower

4 days agoNews : The Daily Beast

In 1956, Frank Lloyd Wright unveiled plans for The Mile High Illinois, a tower that would be four times the height of the Empire State Building. But it would never be built.

Mexicans form 'human wall' along US border to protest Trump

Thousands of Mexicans linked arms to form a "human wall" on their country's border with the United States, protesting President Donald Trump's plan to build a massive barrier between the countries. The protest, organized by local authorities...Show More Summary

2017 Mountain West Championships: Boise Wins 3rd Relay, Leads By 115.5

By Jared Anderson on SwimSwam The Boise State Broncos kept a relay sweep alive at the 2017 Mountain West Championships, breaking the conference 200 free relay record and winning the 50 free to build a lead of more than 100 points onShow More Summary

Rhode Island State Police hires expert to review policies

A former chief of the U.S. Capitol Police is being hired as a consultant to help the Rhode Island State Police improve its recruitment and training and help build a … Click to Continue »

MEXICO FIRST: Ford Breaks Promise, Sticks With Plans To Build Factories In Mexico

Automaker Not Cancelling Mexico Plant As Previously Stated It appears as though Ford is no longer on the Trump bandwagon as the... The post MEXICO FIRST: Ford Breaks Promise, Sticks With Plans To Build Factories In Mexico appeared first on The Gateway Pundit.

Trump promises Israel that Iran will never get bomb

5 days agoNews : The Newsroom

President Donald Trump hailed the United States' "unbreakable" bond with Israel on Wednesday and promised Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu that Iran would never be permitted to build a nuclear weapon. Trump's vow was designed to address...Show More Summary

Regulators deny dismissal motions for $1B power plant plan

State regulators have rejected two motions to dismiss an energy company's proposal to build a $1-billion natural gas-fired power plant in Burrillville. The Providence Journal reports (http://bit.ly/2m0TOHv ) the Energy … Click to Continue »

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