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Ivanka Trump Believes That She'll Be President One Day

The first daughter and White House advisor's schedule isn't public, but we'll keep you posted on her goings-on every week.• Ivanka has not complied with federal laws to preserve her email communications, House Oversight and Reform Committee Chairman Elijah Cummings said on Thursday. He said in a letter that her lawyer told the committee last year that emails are wiped if she does not respond to them, which he said doesn't appear to be the case. Rep. Cummings said that is a violation of the Pres...


AOC Fires Back After Laura Ingraham Makes Fun Of Her "Latina Thing"

Fox News host Laura Ingraham once called Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez a horsewoman of the apocalypse and she is now focusing on the story that really matters: how the New York congresswoman pronounces her own name.Ingraham, who once said she was learning Spanish for her Guatemalan daughter, asked conservative lawyer Joe diGenova during a segment on her show, Ingraham Angle, whether he had noticed that Ocasio-Cortez "put on" an accent when introducing herself."She does the Latina thing where sh...
Tags: Fashion, Music, New York, America, Hillary Clinton, United States, House, Brazil, Fox News, Nancy Pelosi, Puerto Rico, Cortez, Aoc, Carl, Laura Ingraham, Joe diGenova


The President Of Brazil Made An Anti-LGBTQ+ Statement. Trump Nodded Along.

During his visit to the White House on Tuesday, Brazilian president Jair Bolsonaro said in his remarks that the U.S. and Brazil stand side-by-side "in their efforts to ensure liberties and respect to traditional family lifestyles, respect to God, our Creator, against the gender ideology or the politically correct attitudes, and against fake news."President Trump vigorously nodded along with the entire statement, as the video below shows. The statement, which has several concerning parts, has no...
Tags: Fashion, Music, Supreme Court, White House, Hillary Clinton, United States, Vatican, Brazil, Madeleine McCann, Lgbtq, Donald Trump, Trump, Reid, Trevor Project, The Trevor Project, Peter Beinart


JAY-Z’s ‘The Blueprint’ to be Archived in the Library of Congress

Already widely regarded as his best work, the legend of JAY-Z’s The Blueprint continues to grow. Today the National Recording Registry announced that Hov’s 2001 LP is being archived in the Library of Congress alongside other iconic records including Curtis Mayfield’s Superfly, Nina Simone’s “Mississippi Goddam,” and Earth, Wind & Fire’s “September.” Read more after the jump… Started in 2002, the Library of Congress’ National Recording Registry aims to catalog sound recordings that are “cu...
Tags: Congress, Jay-z, United States, Jazz, Library Of Congress, De La Soul, Nina Simone, Music News, Woodstock, Curtis Mayfield, Good For Hip Hop, The Blueprint, National Recording Registry, Congress National Recording Registry


Media fragmentation is annoying consumers

Deloitte’s Technology, Media and Telecommunications division published its 13th-annual Digital Media Trends survey, focused on identifying changes in the ways US consumers engage with various types of media. Led by an independent research firm, the survey had roughly 2,000 consumer respondents across demographics – with the report categorizing respondents based on age (Gen-Z: ages 14-21, Millenials: 22-35, Gen-X: 36-52, Boomers: 53-71, and Matures: 72+). While already accompanied by a succinct 1...
Tags: Google, Amazon, TC, Gaming, Music, Television, Media, Podcasts, Video Games, Entertainment, Advertising Tech, Cloud Storage, US, San Francisco, Tech, United States


The Gnarly Surf Rock of Dick Dale (RIP): Watch the Legend Play “Misirlou,” Surfin’ the Wedge,” and “Pipeline” (with Stevie Ray Vaughan)

The Endless Summer is over. The archetypal 1966 surf documentary might have been scored by The Sandals, but the sound and the cultural dominance of surf culture would perhaps never come into being, and may not have survived the decade, without Dick Dale, who died on March 18th at the age of 81. His gnarly, menacing guitar on songs like “Miserlou” and “Pipeline” turned a fad dominated by the teen anthems of The Beach Boys and Annette Funicello’s post-Mouseketeers bikini and beehive into g...
Tags: Google, Music, Washington Post, College, Jimi Hendrix, United States, Quentin Tarantino, Dick Dale, Wray, Facebook Twitter, Hendrix, Stevie Ray Vaughan, Dale, Annette Funicello, Josh Jones, Durham NC Follow


New Zealand PM Jacinda Ardern Promises Tougher Gun Laws Within Days Of Shooting

New Zealand prime minister Jacinda Ardern said on Monday that she plans to announce stricter gun laws within the next few days, just days after a white nationalist gunman opened fire at two mosques in Christchurch during Friday prayers, killing 50 people and injuring dozens of others."Within 10 days of this horrific act of terrorism we will have announced reforms which will, I believe, make our community safer," Ardern said in a news conference.She did not give specifics, but said she supports ...
Tags: Fashion, Music, Australia, Washington Post, Senate, America, United States, New York Times, New Zealand, Sandy Hook, Christchurch, Nra, Webster, University of Sydney, Cory Booker, Daniel Webster


XITE, Music Video Streaming App, Makes US Debut

A free app already popular on the international scene, XCITE has officially been rolled out in the US, and may be the first streaming service solely dedicated to music videos. ________________________________ Guest post by James Shotwell of Haulix Finally, a streaming service solely focused on music videos has debuted in the United States. The internationally popular music video streaming app XCITE has made its official debut in the United States today, March 12. The free servic...
Tags: Music, US, United States, Comcast, Netherlands, Roku, Amazon Fire TV, Warner Music Group, Europe Canada, Universal Music Group Sony Music Entertainment, James Shotwell, Middle East XITE, Infinity Apple TV, XITE, Cees Honig, Shelly Powell


What Ivanka & Her Dad Have In Common: Stealing Other People's Ideas

The first daughter and White House advisor's schedule isn't public, but we'll keep you posted on her goings-on every week.One of the reasons we regularly write about Ivanka Trump is because her position actually comes with a lot of power. As a presidential advisor to her father in the most chaotic White House ever, she reportedly has a great deal of freedom to set her own agenda. And she has, admirably, focused her agenda on issues that affect women, both globally and in the United States, from...
Tags: Fashion, Music, Congress, Child Care, Senate, White House, US, United States, House, Social Security, Global development, States, Jezebel, University Of Maryland, Trump, Ellen Bravo


New Zealand's Gun Laws In Question After Terror Attack

New Zealand's relatively lax gun laws are facing scrutiny after a white nationalist gunman opened fire at a mosque in Christchurch, killing at least 49 people and injuring dozens of others.Police said that four people, one of them a woman, have been taken into custody in connection with the attack. A 28-year-old man was charged with murder and will appear in court on Saturday.It's still unclear what weapons the suspects used, or where and how they acquired them. But we do know that the gunman, ...
Tags: Fashion, Music, Australia, United States, New York Times, New Zealand, Christchurch, University of Sydney, Nine Times, Alpers, Donna Dalton, Philip Alpers of GunPolicy, Aramoana New Zealand


At Least 49 People Killed In Terror Attack On New Zealand Mosques

At least 49 people died and dozens were injured when a gunman with white nationalist views opened fire at a mosque in Christchurch, New Zealand, on Friday. The attack, which was live-streamed on Facebook, happened during Jumu’ah, one of the holiest and most attended congregational prayers. A second mosque in the area was also targeted.Prime Minister Jacinda Arden called the shooting a terrorist attack. "This is one of New Zealand's darkest days," she said. "There is no place in New Zealand for ...
Tags: Facebook, Fashion, Music, United States, New Zealand, Donald Trump, South Carolina, Trump, Dylann Roof, Coast Guard, Breivik, Anders Breivik, Christchurch New Zealand, Jacinda Arden, Donna Dalton, New Zealand Mosques


United States: PTAB Precedential Opinion Panel Clarifies Issue Joinder Under 35 U.S.C. § 315(c) - Oblon, McClelland, Maier & Neustadt, L.L.P

In contrast, the POP noted that it does not generally expect fairness and prejudice concerns to be implicated by, for example, the mistake or omissions of a petitioner.
Tags: News, Pop, United States, Neustadt, Oblon McClelland Maier, PTAB Precedential Opinion Panel


Supreme Court Tells Songwriters: “You’ll Have to Wait”

In a further bit of bad news for music creators, the Supreme Court recently ruled that artists who are victims of copyright infringement must wait, in some cases for as long as seven months, before they are able to file they are able to file a lawsuit. _______________________________ Guest post by Stephen Carlisle of NOVA Southeastern University Consider this problem. You’ve just finished recording your latest batch of songs. The very same day they are released, you go online and ...
Tags: Music, Supreme Court, Congress, United States, Guest Post, Ginsberg, Copyright Office, U S Supreme Court, Ninth Circuit, Stephen Carlisle, Eleventh Circuit, Time for Congress, Protection of Literary and Artistic Works Paris, Protection of Literary and Artistic Works, Fourth Estate Public Benefit Corp, Wall Street Com LLC


The College Admissions Scandal Is Peak White Privilege — & It's Nothing New

I went to one of the top public high schools in Washington State — and most of the students were rich and white. My family was middle-class; my mother is an immigrant, my father was raised in poverty, and neither inherited wealth. And though I did grow up with economic privileges that I don’t seek to deny, the degree of wealth that surrounded me in my youth baffled me. Many of the families in my community had boats (some even private planes) and summer homes. If one of my classmates received a ...
Tags: Fashion, Music, United States, Harvard University, Philadelphia, Bmw, Jackson, Washington State, Detroit, Tampa, Black, Butler, Philadelphia PA, Michael Butler, William Singer, Danielle Jackson


Win $2,000 For The Spa Day Of Your Dreams

When it comes to our skin-care routines, we have our tried-and-true products that we couldn't imagine ever not using, and then we have those with glowing (pun intended) reviews that we've been compiling into an embarrassingly long "must try" list. (Clearly, we're not subscribing to Kondo just yet.) So where does land? The latter, and once you try it, the former — especially if you have sensitive skin.Wondering where the rose gold part comes in? Each and every product from the line is infused ...
Tags: Fashion, Music, Bliss, United States, Rhode Island, Toner, Kondo, Bliss Rose Gold Rescue


Apple Music completes its Amazon migration, is now available on Fire TV

Amazon's popular Fire TV devices are now compatible with the most popular on-demand music streaming service in the United States, thanks to a new integration with Apple Music that has finally hit Fire TV devices. The post Apple Music completes its Amazon migration, is now available on Fire TV appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: Apple, Amazon, Music, News, Trends, United States, Home Theater, Fire TV, Apple Music


With One Month To Go, We’ve Got All The Secrets To A Stress-Free Tax Day

Of all the dates saved in your calendar, chances are, Tax Day isn't the most enticing. We don’t blame you — managing your finances is intimidating. Between deductions, investments, business expenses, and all that paperwork from your side hustle, getting your accounts in order can seem overwhelming. But here’s the thing: It doesn't have to be.With one month to go until Tax Day strikes, we want to give you all the tools you’ll need to keep calm and coast through the process (while maximizing your...
Tags: Fashion, Music, United States, Detroit, Intuit, Rhode Island, Yangon Myanmar


Save the ARC, the largest popular music library in the United States

New York City's ARChive of Contemporary Music (ARC) is a cultural treasure packed with actual treasures. Inside the walls of this not-for-profit private research library in TriBeCa are 3 million physical audio recordings, many on vinyl records. The ARC's founder, Bob George, is also a cultural treasure -- warm, obsessive, kind, committed, and a walking encyclopedia of popular music -- from obscure folk to the avant-garde. In recent years, Bob's been working closely with the Internet Archive to d...
Tags: Post, Music, New York, News, New York City, Tom Hanks, United States, Records, Italy, Libraries, David Bowie, Bob, Keith Richards, Collections, Keith Haring, Martin Scorsese


Ready Or Not, K-Pop Is Here To Stay

Just a few short years ago, it seemed unlikely that the K-pop wave would ever truly break on the US, with multiple attempts to break into the market falling short. This all changed with the rise of BTS, bringing K-pop into the American mainstream, and while you still won't here much K-pop on US radio, it seems it's here to stay. _________________________ Guest post by Bobby Owsinski of Music 3.0 A few years ago it seemed inconceivable that Korean Pop music, known as K-Pop, would ever...
Tags: Music, US, United States, Apple Music, K Pop, Nielsen Music, Bobby Owsinski, Steve Aoki, Dua Lipa, Blackpink, Pandora Music, Billboard `` Spotify


New Report Reveals Why Piracy Persists In The Streaming Era

Given the ubiquity of available content and ease of access which many of us now have to music and video in 2019, analysts had predicted that the streaming age would all but eradicate piracy. This hasn't quite panned out however, according to a new study out of New Zealand, although not for the reasons you might think. _______________________________ Guest post by James Shotwell of Haulix Piracy was supposed to end with the dawn of streaming. Entertainment analysts predicted that hav...
Tags: Amazon, Spotify, Music, Disney, Netflix, United States, Guest Post, New Zealand, Hulu, Hamilton, Vocus Group, James Shotwell, Haulix, Vocus Group NZ, Taryn Hamilton, Haulix Piracy


MAC & Benefit Just Made It So Easy To Support Planned Parenthood

With the Trump Administration never not proposing rules that could signal the end of abortion access in America as we know it, it's more important now than ever to support the organizations that have made it their mission to stand in the Administration's way. Conveniently for those of us who believe in women's fundamental human rights and lipstick, two of the beauty world's most powerful brands have simultaneously announced new efforts to help Planned Parenthood, which has been specifically tar...
Tags: Fashion, Music, Mac, Planned Parenthood, America, United States, Benefit, Mahon, Viva Glam, Roo, Trump Administration, Nancy Mahon, MAC AIDS Fund, Annie Ford Danielson, Maggie Ford Danielson, Worth Of Drugstore Blush


Tammy Baldwin On The Next Battle For LGBTQ+ Rights

It’s 2019 and, in more than half of the states in the United States, it remains legal to discriminate against members of the LGBTQ+ community in the workplace, in housing, in public spaces, and many other areas. The absence of a federal anti-discrimination law has a deep impact in the everyday lives of this community: Research shows nearly two-thirds of LGBTQ+ people in the U.S. have experienced discrimination based on their gender identity or sexual orientation.Sen. Tammy Baldwin hopes to chan...
Tags: Fashion, Music, Supreme Court, Obama, Congress, Senate, America, Barack Obama, Indiana, United States, House, Wisconsin, Manhattan, Mitch McConnell, Lgbtq, Nancy Pelosi


Facebook Live For Artists: 7 Best Practices

Facebook Live can be a great asset for artists look for additional ways to connect with the fans, but like any iteration of social networking, there's a right and wrong way to do it. Here we look at seven 'best practices' when it comes to using the video streaming platform. ___________________________ Guest post by Bobby Owsinski of Music 3.0 Facebook Live is a boon to artists and bands everywhere who want to reach their Facebook fans. That said, there are some best practices in u...
Tags: Facebook, Post, Music, United States, Facebook Live, Bobby Owsinski, Facebook 's Media Blog Here


These 8 Shoes Have Us SO Excited For Spring

Before you know it, it’ll be open-toe season once again. And you'll want to strap all sorts of colorful leathers, block heels, and delicate buckles upon your sun-deprived feet. Ever on point with the trends, the spring lineup from Brazilian cult-fave shoe brand Schutz is surely electrifying. Its snake-embossed knee-highs, minimalist lucite heels, '70s-inspired chunky platforms, and other silhouettes will uplift your style, several inches at a time.In preparation for the warmer months (which als...
Tags: Fashion, Music, United States, Rhode Island, Schutz, International Women 's Month, Schutz Djesie Sandal, Schutz Consider, Schutz Maryana Boot, Schutz Pastels, Schutz Mirlande Sandal, Schutz Renna


Daddy’s Hangout Presents 2019 Fastlane PPV Review

We’re at the final stop before we head into WrestleMania. It’s hard to believe that WrestleMania is less than a month away. For Fastlane though, we had an impressive card and saw a couple changes also. Daniel Bryan was scheduled to defend his WWE Championship against the returning Kevin Owens. Charlotte battled Becky Lynch with the stipulation of Becky being added to the Charlotte/Ronda match if she wins. The Boss N Hug Connection defended their Women’s Tag titles for the first time against Ni...
Tags: United States, Jazz, Wrestling, Ali, Ronda Rousey, Joe, Vega, Charlotte, John Cena, Phoenix, Rose, McIntyre, Bryan, Sasha, Lynch, Vince


Rep. Lucy McBath On Sen. Kamala Harris: "She's Changing America's Narrative"

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The Entire U.S. Women’s Soccer Team Sued The Soccer Federation For Gender Discrimination

With three World Cup titles and four Olympic Gold medals, the U.S. Women’s National Soccer team is the most-decorated team in international women’s soccer.Now, as they gear up to defend their 2015 World Cup title, all 28 members of the current roster are participating in a lawsuit against the U.S. Soccer Federation.The lawsuit alleges the team has been subject to gender discrimination that manifests in conditions that are inferior to the men’s team, despite the fact that the women’s team has a ...
Tags: Fashion, Music, Australia, Time, United States, New York Times, Usa Today, Abc News, Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, Alex Morgan, U S Soccer, U S Soccer Federation, Jeffrey Kessler, Carlos Cordeiro, Entire U S Women 's Soccer Team, U S Women 's National Soccer


The Feds Watching: Man Who Went Viral For Buying $540 Worth of Girl Scout Cookies Arrested in Federal Drug Bust

A man whose random act of kindness went viral has been arrested in a federal drug bust.Detric McGowan went viral on social media last month after he bought $540 worth of Girl Scout Cookies from two girls so that they wouldn’t have to stand in the cold outside a grocery store in Greenville, South Carolina.A photo of McGowan posing with the two girls was shared on Facebook thousands of times, and the story gained a ton of mainstream media attention.“This man purchased seven packs of cookies. Gave ...
Tags: Facebook, Crime, News, Mexico, Cnn, Drug Trafficking, United States, Viral, Pop Culture, Jazz, Arrested, DEA, South Carolina, Federal, McGowan, Greenville South Carolina


33 Netflix Movies To Get Excited For In 2019

2018 was the year we finally grasped the purpose of a Netflix movie. They're there to create unforgettable internet moments, experienced together. To All the Boys I Loved Before and Set It Up reminded us, after a long drought, that we do indeed love the romantic comedy. Bandersnatch had us waking up at seven in the morning to try out all the different possible endings before work. After a flurry of memes, Bird Box eventually inspired an ill-advised real world challenge. And that's not even touc...
Tags: Fashion, Music, Japan, New York, Texas, Michael Bay, Los Angeles, Taiwan, Netflix, United States, Jennifer Aniston, Shanghai, Robert De Niro, Steven Soderbergh, Joan Didion, Woody Harrelson


How Puerto Rico Became The Latest Battleground For Abortion Rights

Ana* says she always dreamed of being a mother. But, when she got pregnant at 21 while still in college, she knew it was not the right time to become a parent. “I simply didn’t want to bring a child into the world without me being ready to offer them everything they deserve,” Ana, now 25, told Refinery29. Immediately after discovering she was pregnant, she went to her health provider in the metro area of Puerto Rico to ask for an abortion. They scheduled her appointment for two weeks later and ...
Tags: Fashion, Music, Senate, United States, Caribbean, Dominican Republic, Ana, Puerto Rico, U S Supreme Court, St Croix, Roe, St Thomas, Karla, Puerto Rico Senate, Health Resources and Services Administration, Primera Hora



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