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Daisy & Chad’s Playful & Patterned North Carolina Wedding

Daisy & Chad Meet the gorgeous and colourful couple of Daisy and Chad! They were the perfect fit for our Colour Issue as their North Carolina wedding showcased not only their love for each other, but of all things colour as well! The pair carefully curated the day with a modest budget and pulled off an affair to remember by all friends and family! Their creative minds meant that instead of expensive add ons, they chose crafty DIY options – and made wonderful memories all the while.
Tags: Wedding, Chad, North Carolina, Honeymoons, Inspired Weddings, Location USA, Inspired Destination Weddings, The Colour Issue, Patterned North Carolina Wedding


Wanted: Bible translators

United States – Believers around the world are longing for Scripture in their mother languages. Could you be one of the people who makes that possible? Bible translation powerhouse Wycliffe USA is searching for believers called to bring Scripture to their brothers and sisters in Christ. (Photo courtesy of Wycliffe USA) The organization is pushing to start translation initiatives for every language in need by 2025. By 2033, the goal is access for all of the world’s population. Currentl...
Tags: Office, Information Technology, United States, Chad, Russell, Wycliffe USA, Wycliffe, Christ Photo, Devin Avery, Daysi Russell, Instead Wyliffe USA, Papua New Guinea Asia Cameroon


Why are French soldiers in the Sahel? Protesters have an answer | Alexandra Reza

Macron’s autocratic attitude towards dissent in countries such as Niger and Mali is only stoking anti-French sentimentLarge protests have been taking place in Bamako, the capital of Mali, demanding that French troops leave the country. “We marched for them to leave, and now they send 600 more,” one blogger in Mali wrote in response to the news that more French soldiers were to be deployed to the Sahel. In total, roughly 5,100 French troops are deployed in Mali, as well as across Chad, Niger, Mau...
Tags: France, Africa, World news, Mali, Chad, Burkina Faso, Niger, Bamako, Emmanuel Macron, Sahel, Islamic State Continue, Macron, Alexandra Reza, Chad Niger Mauritania, Burkina Faso Public, Géneral Valsero


Glencore posts first annual loss in four years as impairments bite

Glencore reported its first annual net loss since 2015 on Tuesday, as the commodity miner and trader took charges for its Colombian coal, Chad oilfields and African copper and cobalt operations.
Tags: Money, businessNews, Chad, Glencore


'Trump is deciding who is American': how the new travel ban is tearing families apart

As six countries are added to the list of restrictions, Nigerian and Eritreans in the US say the ban is devastating their livesIt started out as a joyous day for Olumide. On 31 January, the 32-year-old Nigerian American learned in an email that the US was finally processing the visa applications of his wife and daughter in Nigeria.Hours later, Donald Trump shattered their celebration, announcing that he was adding six countries to the travel ban, including Nigeria. The decision cuts off pathways...
Tags: News, Congress, California, Nigeria, Africa, US, Iran, Afghanistan, United States, Washington Dc, San Diego, Eritrea, Sudan, Chad, Muslim, Myanmar


Chad Mayes deserves to lose

In California, the fastest-growing portion of the electorate is not Republican or Democrat, it’s No Party Preference. Voters in the Golden State seem to want no part of the donkey or the elephant. Personally, I blame PETA. But there’s more to it than that. People are fed up with the two parties. Despite this, voters have been unwilling to elect candidates who are registered as having “no party preference.” Former Pete Wilson advisor Dan Schnur tried and failed in his race to be California’s secr...
Tags: California, Opinion, La, Sacramento, Sport, Soccer, Gop, San Diego, Chad, Jesus, Republican Party, Peta, Msnbc, Trump, John Phillips, Assembly


‘Birds of Prey’ Producer Sue Kroll on Me Too, Reshoots, and Sequel Possibilities [Interview]

Producer Sue Kroll has been with Birds of Prey from the very beginning. Since it was just an idea in star Margot Robbie‘s head while she was originating her breakout character Harley Quinn in Suicide Squad. Since director Cathy Yan came to Kroll and fellow producer Bryan Unkeless with a vision of a wild, bombastic, and unabashedly fun girl gang movie. “There was something very raw about it, very visceral,” Kroll said of the sizzle reel that Yan showed to her and Unkeless. That visceral tone was...
Tags: Movies, Interviews, Chad, Harley Quinn, Black Canary, Huntress, Birds Of Prey, Margot Robbie, Ewan McGregor, Warner Brothers, Harley, Margot, Cass, Cathy, Yan, Sue Kroll


‘Our Hearts Are Dead.’ After 9 Years of Civil War, Libyans Are Tired of Being Pawns in a Geopolitical Game of Chess

The last time Libya’s war had the world’s full attention, it was being fought mainly by Libyans. For much of 2011, young revolutionaries in mismatched fatigues clamored on anti-aircraft guns, and the narrative driving events was the Arab Spring, an uprising that promised to place the power in the hands of citizens long subjugated by despots. Though Libyans shaped the ebb and flow of battle, they were hardly alone, even then: circling high above were foreign warplanes from the NATO-led coalition ...
Tags: Europe, Isis, News, Obama, France, Germany, Virginia, Iraq, Russia, Berlin, Uncategorized, America, Qatar, European Union, Turkey, Syria


New Mom Kept A Nerf Gun To Keep Her Husband Awake In The Hospital

Samantha Mravik-Miller If anyone has the right to pop their spouse in the head with a foam dart, it’s someone who just gave birth to a baby Now, I’ve never personally incubated a human inside my body and then expelled it so I can’t talk about what giving birth is like from personal experience. However, I was in the room when my little brother was born so I can at least make an educated guess, and by my calculations, it doesn’t look like a super great time. Calling it “labor” doesn’t even...
Tags: Chase, Humor, Wisconsin, Chad, Samantha, Sloane Hughes, Samantha Mravik Miller, Samantha Chad


Inside the wild stunts and fight sequences of 'Birds of Prey,' which were inspired by 'John Wick,' 'Atomic Blonde,' and Jackie Chan's 'Drunken Master'

"Birds of Prey (and the Fantabulous Emancipation of One Harley Quinn)" has been praised for its action scenes. The fight sequences were conceptualized by Jon Valera and Jonathan Eusebio, coordinators from stunt company 87eleven Action Design, as well as Shahaub Roudbari. The company was founded by "John Wick" filmmakers David Leitch and Chad Stahelski, who came in for reshoots to fine tune the action. Roudbari broke down for Business Insider each character's distinct combat style and the proce...
Tags: Hollywood, Dc Comics, Trends, Chad, Suicide Squad, Harley Quinn, Huntress, Ken Burns, Warner Bros, Jackie Chan, Margot Robbie, Harley, Cathy, Charlize Theron, Montoya, John Wick


NHRA: Shawn Langdon back to Top Fuel at Winternationals in Pomona

Top Fuel driver Shawn Langdon, left, speaks with another team’s crew member prior to the opening round of pro qualifying at the 60th NHRA Winternationals on Friday at Auto Club Raceway in Pomona. Qualifying continues Saturday. (Photo by Will Lester, Inland Valley Daily Bulletin/SCNG) Top Fuel driver Shawn Langdon, from Mira Loma, races to the top qualifying position during the second round of pro qualifying at the 60th NHRA Winternationals at Auto Club Raceway at Pomona Friday Feb. 7, 2020. L...
Tags: Sport, Soccer, Chad, Las Vegas, Pomona, Fox Sports, Hagan, Redlands, Kalitta Motorsports, Del Worsham, Doug Kalitta, Amarillo Texas, Auto Club Raceway, Capps, Leah Pritchett, Matt Hagan


Death In A Valley Town, Part 4 – The Psychology of Forgiveness

See the Story Index for Wael Abdelgawad’s other stories. Previous Chapters of Death in a Valley Town:  1. Moving Day.  2. The Black Jesus. 3. A Fighter and a Thief. Jinx The hot tea stung Yahya’s bruised mouth and swollen lip, but he did his best to drink as he sat in Imam Saleh’s living room, sipping from a small ornate glass, and eating a bit of baklawa. It had been two days since his release from the hospital. The Imam tried to refill his glass from an old-fashioned looking Moroccan teapot...
Tags: Amazon, Books, Fiction, Religion, Fresno, Walmart, Culture, Racism, Islam, Chad, Fgm, Prophet, Muslims, Maya Angelou, Ames, Hatred


2 Placerville Homes, Cameron Park Bounce House Business Raided In Connection To Alleged Honey Oil Operation

CAMERON PARK (CBS13) — Bounce house business ‘Plan-it Bounce’ in Cameron Park is part of a criminal investigation by the El Dorado County Sheriff’s Office. The sheriff’s office says detectives started the raids on Friday at two homes in Placerville and the business in Cameron Park. All the locations were suspected of being connected to a butane honey oil lab operation. In total, four people were arrested including the bounce house business’ owners Chad Nicolay and Allison Hendricks. Luis Sandova...
Tags: Crime, News, Marijuana, Local, Seen On, Syndicated Local, Cameron, Chad, Nevada County, El Dorado County, Hendricks, El Dorado County Sheriff s Office, Turk, Cameron Park, Placerville, Nicolay


How Jackie Chan and ‘John Wick’ Inspired the Action Sequences in ‘Birds of Prey’

One of the prevailing issues with recent superhero movies are the clear division between the drama and the action sequences. The comic book movie industry has become a well-oiled machine, and as a result, you get CGI-packed action sequences designed by a VFX team while the indie auteur who was plucked out of obscurity to helm a major blockbuster gets to focus on the narrative and character scenes. But Birds of Prey director Cathy Yan didn’t want that to happen with her comic book film. “It was ...
Tags: Hong Kong, Hollywood, London, Movies, Features, Chad, Birds Of Prey, Jackie Chan, Warner Brothers, Cathy, Yan, John Wick, Chad Stahelski, Comic Book/Superhero, Mary-Elizabeth-Winstead, Bryan Unkeless


Doomsday Writer Claimed Dead Wife Helped Him Find New One

Chad Daybell, a prolific author of doomsday-focused religious novels, married widow Lori Vallow soon after his first wife Tammy was found dead under mysterious circumstances.Days later, the middle-aged newlyweds were looking for housing in Hawaii—with Chad telling a potential landlady that it was Tammy who helped him, from beyond the grave, find love again.“I woke up that morning and she had been dead for a couple hours but she had a peaceful look on her face at her burial. I felt her tell me sh...
Tags: News, America, Fox, Idaho, Hawaii, Chad, Tammy, Kauai, Martin, J J, Lori, Chad Daybell, Daybell, Lori Vallow, Vallow, Tylee


France to send extra 600 troops to fight Sahel extremists

France will deploy 600 additional soldiers in the African Sahel region to combat extremists, raising the amount of troops there to 5,100, the country's defense minister said Sunday. In a statement, Defense Minister Florence Parly said most of the reinforcements to the Barkhane force will be deployed in the three borders zone between Mali, Burkina Faso and Niger. Parly added that Chad "should soon deploy an additional battalion" within the joint force of the G5 Sahel, which brings together Maur...
Tags: News, France, Chad, Mali Burkina Faso, Florence Parly, African Sahel, Niger Parly, Mauritania Mali Burkina Faso Niger


Boko Haram Refugees Find Safety in Niger. But How Long Can the Country Remain a Safe Haven in the Sahel?

The gunshots began in the middle of the night late in 2018. Ali Bakara, a twenty-eight-year old mother of eight, was jolted awake. It was three o’clock in the morning in her village near Maiduguri, in northern Nigeria. “They kept shooting until nine o’clock,” she remembered. When it was finally safe to leave the house, Ali and her family saw smoldering homes, burned by militants. Her home state of Borno had long suffered from Islamist violence at the hands of Boko Haram and its offshoots...
Tags: Europe, New York, Isis, News, France, Islamic State, Boko Haram, Nigeria, Africa, Uncategorized, European Union, World, Ideas, United States, Egypt, United Nations


It’s D-Day for Doomsday Mom Lori Vallow to Produce Missing Kids

In the six weeks since Idaho police announced that Tylee and J.J. Vallow were missing, the investigation into the siblings’ disappearance has taken more turns than one of their stepfather’s Mormon apocalypse novels.And there’s likely to be another one Thursday—the court-ordered deadline for their mother, Lori Vallow, to produce them or face a contempt of court charge and possible arrest and extradition from Hawaii.That’s where she and husband Chad Daybell have been holed up since cops started lo...
Tags: Amazon, Texas, News, California, Police, Fox, Idaho, Hawaii, Arizona, Chad, Salt Lake City, Louisiana, Charles, Tammy, Christ, Nancy


Doomsday Mom Lori Vallow Misses Deadline to Produce Missing Kids

In the six weeks since Idaho police announced that Tylee and J.J. Vallow were missing, the investigation into the siblings’ disappearance has taken more turns than one of their stepfather’s Mormon apocalypse novels.And it took another one Thursday when their mother, Lori Vallow, blew the court-ordered deadline to produce them or face a contempt of court charge and possible arrest and extradition from Hawaii.That’s where she and husband Chad Daybell have been holed up since cops started looking i...
Tags: Amazon, Texas, News, California, Police, Fox, Idaho, Hawaii, Arizona, Chad, Salt Lake City, Louisiana, Charles, Tammy, Christ, The Daily Beast


Mom of 2 Missing Idaho Kids Found in Hawaii With New Husband

(BOISE, Idaho) — Police say the mother of two missing kids has been found in Hawaii along with her new husband, but there’s still no sign of the children in the cross-country investigation that includes several mysterious deaths. Police in Kauai pulled over Lori Vallow and Chad Daybell near a beachside resort on Saturday, later searching them and their car for any evidence. But authorities in Idaho say there’s no sign that 7-year-old Joshua “JJ” Vallow and 17-year-old Tylee Ryan ever made i...
Tags: Utah, News, Uncategorized, Fbi, Idaho, Hawaii, Arizona, Chad, Christ, Jesus Christ, Kauai, Phoenix, Cox, Boise, Idaho Department of Health and Welfare, Larry


Idaho Doomsday Couple Found in Hawaii—Without Missing Kids

A doomsday-obsessed couple from Idaho who are at the center of several missing-child and suspicious death investigations have been found in Hawaii, police announced Monday.Chad Daybell and Lori Vallow were served with a search warrant on Sunday—but authorities did not find Vallow’s children, Tylee and J.J., with them in Princeville on the island of Kauai.Daybell and Vallow got married weeks after first wife, Tammy, had died months earlier of what authorities at first listed as natural causes. Th...
Tags: News, Idaho, Hawaii, Arizona, Chad, Charles, Tammy, Kauai, Princeville, Joshua, J J, Kauai Hawaii, Lori, Rexburg, Kauai Police Department, Rexburg Idaho


Iraq Improves Ranking in Corruption Perceptions Index

By John Lee. Transparency International has said that Iraq’s ranking has risen slightly in its global Corruption Perceptions Index (CPI). From a total of 180 countries, Iraq came in at number 162; last year’s position was 168 out of 180 countries. This result puts it on equal ranking with Chad and Cambodia. Libya was ranked in 168th place, with Iran in 146th. New Zealand beat Denmark to first place, with Somalia in last place. The Corruption Perceptions Index ranks countries and territorie...
Tags: News, Iraq, Iran, New Zealand, Chad, Denmark, Somalia, Iraq Business News, Transparency International, John Lee, Cambodia Libya


Exclusive: Finn Wolfhard on Contributing Music to The Turning Soundtrack

Exclusive: Finn Wolfhard on contributing music to The Turning Coming Soon.net recently talked to The Turning star Finn Wolfhard (Stranger Things) about the horror film and he confirmed his band The Aubreys will be featured on the horror film’s soundtrack. The latest adaptation of Henry James’ novel The Turning of the Screw, is a moody and evocative ’90’s set film with original music for the feature, which is now playing in theaters. RELATED: Watch the Children with Care in The Turning Trailer...
Tags: Florida, Movies, Horror, America, Chad, Alfre Woodard, Spielberg, Steven Spielberg, Henry James, Universal Pictures, Lawrence Rothman, Mackenzie Davis, Burns, Joan Jett, Carey, Floria Sigismondi


Bricks and Mortar is runaway winner for Horse of the Year at Eclipse Awards

They staged the Bricks and Mortar show Thursday night at Gulfstream Park as the connections for the brilliant turf standout stole the show at the 49th annual Eclipse Awards dinner. Bricks and Mortar, the 6-year-old retired son of Giant’s Causeway, was a runaway winner for Horse of the Year. He received 204 first-place votes to Mitole’s 19 and 14 for Maximum Security. Midnight Bisou, Omaha Beach and Breeders’ Cup Classic winner Vino Rosso received one apiece. One voter abstained. It was a clean s...
Tags: Japan, California, Sports, Sport, Soccer, Sprint, Chad, Horse racing, Sam, Bricks, Kentucky Derby, Wilson, Peter, Bisou, Brown, Seth Klarman


AS HEARD ON – The Jim Polito Show – WTAG 580 AM: Dangers of Plugging In, Apple Encryption Protects Privacy Provides Security, Microsoft Ends Windows 7 Support With No More Security Patches.

  Welcome! Good morning, everybody. I was on with Mr. Jim Polito this morning and I told him about Windows 7 no longer being supported with security updates and why all his listeners should definitely upgrade to Windows 10 if they were using Windows 7 to protect themselves. We talked about Apple and the FBI and the privacy and security that Apple has and why it is a bad idea to ever have a backdoor in an iPhone.  So, here we go with Mr. Polito. For more tech tips, news, and updates visit – Craig...
Tags: Apple, Podcast, Microsoft, China, Sem, Usb, Fbi, New York Times, Chad, Dell, National Security Agency, Wall Street Journal, NICK, Craig, Trump, San Bernardino


Why phase 1 of the U.S.-China trade deal 'may be doomed from the start'

Despite Washington and Beijing having agreed to an initial framework, it might not be time to breathe a sigh of relief when it comes to the U.S.-China trade war, says the Peterson Institute for International Economics' Chad Brown.In fact, Brown says the so-called phase one "may be doomed from the start" thanks to "unrealistic" export targets. Brown finds it highly unlikely China will be able to purchase the additional $200 billion (and then some) worth of U.S. exports by 2021, even when work...
Tags: Japan, News, Washington, White House, China, US, Beijing, Chad, Hakeem Jeffries, Trump, Brown, Biggie Smalls, Adam Schiff, US China, Books N Bros


4 Marketing Automation Solutions Every SMB Should Have in 2020

Marketing automation isn’t a thing of the future—it’s very much a part of the here and now for small and midsize businesses (SMBs) across the world. However, there are a variety of marketing automation tools that many are unaware of and have the ability to help SMBs reach customers in a timely and effective way. In order for SMBs to compete with larger firms when it comes to customer reach, they need to approach their marketing plan with a strategic mindset. Marketing automation not only provide...
Tags: Business, Time, Sales & Marketing, Chad, Right Now, Georgia Tech, Swiftpage, Chinnapong Shutterstock, Marketing Automation Solutions Every SMB, Chad Ruff, Georgia State University Marketing


Former Miami Dolphins Chad O'Shea lands with Cleveland

When the 2019 season ended for the Dolphins, Chad O'Shea was fired and today, he has landed with the Cleveland Browns but not as the team's OC. It was surprising for those on the outside, that Brian Flores chose to part ways with Chad O'She
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Nasim Pedrad on ‘Fully Supporting’ the People of Iran, Importance of Representation in ‘Chad’

Nasim Pedrad first created her comedy, “Chad,” in which she also stars as the titular teenage Persian boy, in 2016. Then it was set up as a pilot at Fox, but now, as Iran is increasingly in the news due to Donald Trump’s strike on military leader Qassem Soleimani, the show prepares to launch its […]
Tags: News, Iran, Fox, Chad, Donald Trump, Tca, Qassem Soleimani, Nasim Pedrad, People of Iran Importance of Representation


Death In A Valley Town, Part 3 – A Fighter And A Thief

See the Story Index for Wael Abdelgawad’s other stories. Previous Chapters of Death in a Valley Town:  1. Moving Day.  2. The Black Jesus Zombies Zombies were overrunning the world. Yahya was trying to hold his own, but it was hard. Hitting them in the head, like in the movies, didn’t work. To kill them you had to hack at the base of their spines with an axe or ice pick. Hack attack. The pick trick. It was brutal, sickening work. To make matters worse, many of them retained their minds and pe...
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