Adam Lambert: 'Coming out is an act of defiance'

The pop star discusses sexuality, making Cher cry, and whether Queen could share a bill with Abba.
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The last legal sex workers in Tunisia

Many state-regulated brothels have closed amid pressure from women's rights and religious opponents.
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Opinion: The truly surprising Guyger verdict

The Amber Guyger verdict is in, and the former Dallas cop who killed an unarmed black man -- her neighbor -- in his own home was found guilty of murder. Jurors rejected a lesser charge of manslaughter. She faces between five and 99 years in prison.
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Opinion: A truly surprising verdict

The Amber Guyger verdict is in, and the former Dallas cop who killed an unarmed black man -- her neighbor -- in his own home was found guilty of murder. Jurors rejected a lesser charge of manslaughter. She faces between five and 99 years in prison.
Tags: News, Stories, Dallas

Opinion: The truly surprising Amber Guyger verdict

The Amber Guyger verdict is in, and the former Dallas cop who killed an unarmed black man -- her neighbor -- in his own home was found guilty of murder. Jurors rejected a lesser charge of manslaughter. She faces between five and 99 years in prison.
Tags: News, Stories, Dallas

More than 60,000 waiting to join Scouts amid 'volunteer shortage'

The amount of children waiting to become Scouts, Beavers, Cubs or Explorers rose by 20% since 2017.
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Why are cathedrals hosting helter-skelters and golf courses?

From giant models of the Moon to a helter-skelter - buildings for worship are being used in the pursuit of fun.
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The Himalayan village that confiscates single-use plastics

This tiny Himalayan village has shunned single-use plastics – the impact is too serious for them.
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David Cameron's response to Trump Ukraine call

Former British Prime Minister David Cameron expresses disapproval for asking a foreign leader to dig out dirt on a political opponent, claiming "we should fight our political battles at home."
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Those Irresistible Price Alerts: ‘HOT!! Chicago to Barcelona, Spain for Only $272’

It’s a golden age for price alerts, which have expanded from emails touting sales to fare predictions and deal disseminators.
Tags: News, Chicago, Budget Travel, Barcelona Spain, Google Inc, Travel and Vacations,

'Joker' gives iconic villain new origin story

Three-time Oscar nominee Joaquin Phoenix is earning awards season buzz for his portrayal of Batman's iconic nemesis in 'Joker." David Daniel has a preview.
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Texas Man Charged With 4 Counts of Murder After Shooting & Killing His Roommates

A Texas man is facing multiple murder charges after killing his roommates. 22-year-old Lively James Stratton from Beaumont was arrested on Sunday (Sept. 29) for shooting four men to death. Here are some things to know about Stratton and the heinous crime he committed: One of Lively James Stratton’s roommates identified him as the shooter shortly before dying. According to 12News, officers responded to shots being fired at a duplex in the 4100 block of Highland. When they arrived at the scene,...
Tags: Murder, Texas, Crime, News, Guns, Jazz, Gun Violence, Rideau, Beaumont, Stratton, Sutton, Shannon, Carol Riley, Beaumont Texas, Beaumont Police Department, Kelsey Johnson

Destiny 2: Shadowkeep Bungie Launch Day 1 Is a MASSIVE FAIL in Embarrassing Errors & Disaster Spectacle

Day 1 of Shadowkeeps launch is a massive mega fail of servers, error codes, cues, etc. In one of the most embarrassing first days, I have ever seen from Bungie, a multi-billion dollar company cant even launch right even with 24 hours of downtime prep. How is it that a company of this size and experience cant have enough servers and be able to wipe their own ass on game launch? I’m just astounded. Players were met on PC & PS4 (we don’t play Xbox) with seemingly every error code in the book, ...
Tags: Reviews, Gaming, News, Seo, Activision, Bungie, Chris Voss, Fortnite, Shadowkeep

Top 10 Things to do in Palm Springs with Kids

Located in Southern California’s iconic Coachella Valley, Palm Springs is a desert resort city that’s become increasingly popular with Canadians looking to escape winter’s chill. Although it’s widely known for its golf courses, luxurious resorts and spas, and snowbird migration, there are also plenty of things to do in Palm Springs with kids.  If sunshine is on your family vacation wish-list, Palm Springs is a safe bet.  Palm Springs weather is almost guaranteed to be sunny, warm and dry, reg...
Tags: Travel, California, Africa, Los Angeles, Cnn, Canada, United States, Alaska, Dubai, San Diego, Rex, Airbnb, Vancouver, Connor, North America, Quebec

80 years old Noshir Homawalla rides on horseback 10 kilometres every day

Our dear friend and eminent Parsi historian Marzban Jamshedji Giara sends us this interesting nugget… Tourists visiting Vadva village in Bharuch district see a horsefarm. 80 years old Noshir Homawalla has a hobby of keeping horses. A horsefarm spread over 2.5 acres and an eyecatching farmhouse has been maintained by him. A bachelor, he has inherited the hobby of rearing horses from his ancestors. According to him his family has been rearing horses for 137 years. He has developed a vast horsef...
Tags: News, Life, Parsi, Bharuch, Marzban Jamshedji Giara, Noshir Homawalla, Vadva, Marwad, Vadva village, Gujarat Mitra, Asspas Chopas

The best way to roast butternut squash

Here's everything you need to know about roasting the iconic winter squash.
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Walther Introduce PPQ M2 in Coyote Tan

Walther Arms have introduced a new offering in their PPQ M2 line. If you’re a fan of Coyote Tan finished pistols Walther have you covered with thier new Coyote PPQ. Launched back in 2014, the PPQ M2 continues to be a popular choice and the new Coyote Tan option, with 4in barrel, expands the range […] Read More … The post Walther Introduce PPQ M2 in Coyote Tan appeared first on The Firearm Blog.
Tags: News, Guns, Daily News, Walther, Coyote Tan, Pistols, Cerakote, Product Announcement, Semi-Auto, PPQ M2

How Urban Beekeeping Might Save Our Food

HuffPost went to a New York beehive and talked to experts who explained how urban beekeeping can help save our food.
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See model's move when YouTube personality crashes catwalk

A French YouTube personality crashed Chanel's Spring-Summer 2020 show at Paris Fashion Week before she was confronted and escorted away by model Gigi Hadid.
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4-man FBI team rescued 150 as city flooded

The rain pounded the streets and neighborhoods of Houston for more than four days following the landfall of Category 4 Hurricane Harvey in late August 2017. The downpour caused historic flooding and triggered thousands of rescues. The situation became so dire and resources were so strapped, that the most unlikely law enforcement members were called to step up as first responders.
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Finding Balance in a Tiny, Wobbly Boat

Rowing is a rigorous workout for the muscles as well as for mindfulness: Not wanting to flip keeps you focused.
Tags: News, Exercise, Rivers, Rowing, Anxiety and Stress, Boats and Boating

Greenville County Sheriff's Office leads SC in shootings by law enforcement

Officer-involved shootings can come with the job, but one agency pulls the trigger more than any other in the state. And no one seems to know why.         [Author: The Greenville News]
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One deadly week reveals where the immigration crisis begins — and where it ends

In one week, thousands of migrants overwhelm the U.S. border. We reveal their dangerous journeys and the broken immigration system that awaits them.         [Author: USA TODAY]
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Tom Cruise meets Ukrainian president to discuss new film

The Hollywood star visited the Ukrainian president to discuss locations for his next movie.
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Coping With PTSD As A First Responder

Paramedics, firefighters and EMT have higher rates of suicide but aren’t receiving the mental health services they need.
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5 things you need to know about the GoPro Hero8 Black, Max, and Mods

Super-smooth shooting, vlog-ready attachments, and a better 360-cam
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Brexit: Republic will not be 'dragged out' of the single market, says taoiseach

Taoiseach Leo Varadkar was speaking after reports the UK had proposed customs sites near the border.
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Up Close and Personal: New Essays From Leslie Jamison

In her second collection, “Make It Scream, Make It Burn,” the author of “The Empathy Exams” wages a journalistic battle between sentiment and detachment.
Tags: News, Leslie, Jamison, Books and Literature, Leslie Jamison, Make It Scream, Make It Burn (Book

Missouri Gov denies clemency request to Russell Bucklew hours before his potentially "gruesome" execution... which went forward seemingly without difficulty

As reported in this CNN article, headlined "A man set to be executed tonight could suffer a 'gruesome' death because of his rare disease, activists say," the last person in Missouri who could have readily stopped a high-profile execution has decided to allow it to go forward tonight.  Here are the details: Missouri's governor has refused to stop what activists say would be "one of the most gruesome" executions in US history. Russell Bucklew, 51, is scheduled to die by lethal injection at 6 p.m....
Tags: Supreme Court, Law, US, Ap, Cnn, Missouri, Aclu, Sanders, American Civil Liberties Union, Pilate, Bucklew, Bonne Terre, Douglas A Berman, Michael Sanders, Neil Gorsuch, Mike Parson

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