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Clinton: Trump Would Have Been Indicted If He Weren’t President

Former Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton said Tuesday that President Trump would have been indicted over the actions described in Special Counsel Robert Mueller's report had he not been a sitting president."I think there’s enough there that any other person who had engaged in those acts would certainly have been indicted," Clinton said during her remarks at the Time 100 Summit. "The whole matter of obstruction was very directly sent to the Congress. And if you read that part of...
Tags: News, Congress, Russia, Elizabeth Warren, Fbi, Hillary Clinton, House, Nancy Pelosi, Party, Kamala Harris, Clinton, James Comey, Trump, Pelosi, Mueller, Robert Mueller

TNW2019 Daily: Party and network at our side events

We’re just about two weeks away from TNW Conference, our two-day event in Amsterdam! While the conference is on May 9 and 10, the tech festival vibes will go on all week. Check out our side events to join parties and networking all across the city. We’re taking over Amsterdam Both before and after TNW Conference, you can join in on a ton of events to discuss tech, learn new things, and have a good time. From boat parties to networking, make sure to sign up for our side events! All you need is a ...
Tags: Startups, Events, Amsterdam, Party, Insider, TNW2019

Threat of A Chinese Internet Requires “Action this Day”

Opinion Threat of A Chinese Internet Requires “Action this Day” USA – -( What will it be like if the internet America invented and designed is replaced in the next technological cycle by one that is controlled, developed, implemented, and managed by the Chinese? This is a real possibility we must confront – right now. The danger of America giving up and allowing the Chinese to win was driven home by a senior United States government official this week. The Washington Post publi...
Tags: Guns, Washington Post, Washington, China, US, America, Department Of Defense, Intelligence, West, United States, Xi Jinping, Netherlands, Chinese communist party, Catholic, Karl Marx, Party

Coachella 2019: How to feel like a VIP with the festival’s sponsored freebies and experiences

From a green room-inspired lounge to a hair salon, here’s how Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival attendees can live it up in the middle of the Empire Polo Club in Indio. Get pampered At Coachella you’ll inevitably have to deal with either the heat or a wind advisory, which is probably why Pantene created a pop-up salon on the field where both men and women can pick from a small menu of hairstyles. The free hairdos take anywhere from 5-10 minutes, said Barbie Brady, a representative with ...
Tags: Los Angeles, Sport, Things To Do, Soccer, House, American Express, Music Festivals, Calvin Klein, Coachella, Party, Polaroid, Shawn Mendes, Pantene, Brady, Ferris, Fullerton

Batucada by L’Artisan Parfumeur

Perfume PosseBatucada by L’Artisan Parfumeur HiHo Perfume Peeps! You all have spring up in the northern hemisphere so I wanted to chat about a long-time favourite scent of mine, Batucada. For some reason this fragrance never gets any chatter. Since it was released I have… Continue Reading → Perfume PosseBatucada by L’Artisan Parfumeu
Tags: Reviews, Style, Shopping, Review, Summer, Beauty, Party, Fragrance, Samples, Portia, Perfume review, Surrender to Chance, Sample, Amazing Perfume Bloggers, Artisan Parfumeur, L'artisan Parfumeur

As the EU Copyright Directive was approved, Germany admitted it requires copyright filters, putting it on a collision course with the EU-Canada trade deal

The EU Copyright Directive was voted through the Parliament because a handful of MEPs accidentally pushed the wrong button; this week, it passed through the Council -- representing the national governments of the EU -- and as it did, the German government admitted what opponents had said all along: even though the Directive doesn't mention copyright filters for all human expression (photos, videos, text messages, code, Minecraft skins, etc etc), these filters are inevitable. The Directive's...
Tags: Post, Copyfight, News, France, Germany, Eu, Canada, Party, Parliament, Council, Petard, Isds, Court of Justice, European Union CJEU, EU Canada, Ceta

9 Gay Things to Do in Puerto Rico

Travel blog by Travels of Adam (Hipster Blog) – Travels of Adam (Hipster Blog) - Of all the Caribbean islands, Puerto Rico is one of the most accepting and LGBTQ-friendly destinations. As an unincorporated territory of the United States, same-sex marriage has been legal since 2015. And with over three million inhabitants, Puerto Rico has plenty of gay and lesbian activities, bars, and attractions for visitors to easily discover. There are even two different pride parades each year on the island...
Tags: Travel, Usa, Lgbt, United States, Catholic, Lgbtq, Party, Caribbean, Puerto Rico, San Juan, Gay Travel, Eleanor Roosevelt, Calle, PAUL, SAN JUAN Puerto Rico, Gay Beach

Our 2019 ‘Game of Thrones’ Superlatives: Awards, Honors, and Titles for the Currently-Alive Characters

First, we ranked the 10 best episodes of Game of Thrones. Then we ranked the 15 best moments from the series. Now, it’s time get serious. It’s time for some Game of Thrones superlatives. It makes sense, right? After all, the treacherous world of Westeros is just like high school. What is the battle for the crown if not the grandest popularity contest imaginable? So the Westerosi yearbook editors (Jacob Hall and Ben Pearson) are awarding the currently-living characters the accolades they deserve...
Tags: Facebook, Hbo, Television, Movies, Instagram, Drama, Fantasy, Features, Davos, Adaptation, Army, Game Of Thrones, North, Party, Jon Snow, Sam

Weekend Event Guide: Ladds 500, Sandy Ridge, Alpenrose Clean-up and more

Everyone — and everything! — is welcome at the Ladds 500 on Saturday.(Photo: Jonathan Maus/BikePortland) We’ve been teased with dry and sunny weather and the roads are filling up with new faces. Let’s keep the momentum going (despite the forecast) by getting out there on two wheels! Check out our event recommendations for the next three days below… Friday, April 12th Midnight Mystery Ride – 11:45 am at location TBA Portland’s monthly night ride is on. Watch the official website tomorrow f...
Tags: Sport, Features, Front Page, Cycling, Portland, Party, Sandy, River City, Sauvie Island, West Hills, Jonathan Maus, Weekend Event Guide, Ladds, Sandy Ridge, Ladd Circle Park, Sandy Ridge Trailhead West Coast

ALRC: abolish the Family Court! The full list of recommendations

Yesterday the Attorney-General, Christian Porter tabled the report of the Australian Law Reform Commission into the Family Law System. The Commission set out 60 recommendations, the first of which was to abolish the Family Court of Australia and the Federal Circuit Court of Australia, and replace them with State and Territory courts, along the lines of the Family Court of Western Australia.The Government has previously indicated that it is not interested in doing so.The rationale for doing so is...
Tags: Travel, Australia, States, Party, Western Australia, Commonwealth, Rice, Recommendation, State, Department, Torres Strait Islander, Department of Finance, Stephen Page, Law Reform Commission, Christian Porter, Stephen Page Harrington

Long Beach will host California Democratic convention — and presidential hopefuls?

Long Beach will play host to the California Democratic Party convention this November, almost certainly attracting candidates campaigning for the state’s presidential primary that will take place a little more than 100 days later, the city said Tuesday. Although the party hadn’t announced it yet, Long Beach Mayor Robert Garcia tweeted excitedly about the agreement on Tuesday. Later, the scheduling of the event Nov. 15-17 at the Long Beach Convention Center was confirmed by a source knowledgeable...
Tags: California, San Francisco, Sport, Soccer, Long Beach, Party, Trump, Democratic Party, Garcia, Robert Garcia, Long Beach Convention Center, Eric Swalwell, California Democratic Party, Sen Kamala Harris, State Party Convention and State Delegates

Visit Panama City Beach

Panama City Beach, Florida , used to be synonymous with spring break. From massive beach parties to the legendary La Vela nightclub, you probably know someone who’s had “the best time of their life” down in PCB. But now that the destination has cracked down on beach drinking and taken other measures to temper the spring break chaos, it’s even easier to have a memorable time and experience the real PCB — especially in April and May. This is the perfect time of the year to visit, as the blisteri...
Tags: Travel, Florida, America, Nashville, John, Party, Gulf of Mexico, Panama City, Andy, All, PCB, Panama City Beach, Tootsie, Orchid Lounge, Brandi Carlile, Newby

State Supreme Court Races Emerge As Another Front In Redistricting Wars

Wisconsin voters head to the polls on Tuesday, bringing an end to a viciously fought state Supreme Court race. Millions of dollars were spent. Conservative candidate Brian Hagedorn, legal counsel to former Gov. Scott Walker, was pilloried for past comments calling the NAACP a “disgrace to America” and comparing homosexuality to bestiality. Former Attorney General Eric Holder visited Madison to campaign for liberal candidate Lisa Neubauer, calling the race something voters “need to be engaged ...
Tags: News, Supreme Court, Eric Holder, America, Conservative, Pennsylvania, Gop, Citizens United, Wisconsin, Scott Walker, Gerrymandering, University of Florida, Party, Republican, North Carolina, Naacp

North Carolina GOP Chairman Indicted In Latest Scandal For Party

North Carolina Republican Party Chairman Robin Hayes has been indicted by a federal grand jury as part of an ongoing corruption probe that threatens to consume his party, according to Charlotte, North Carolina, television station WBTV. Hayes, a wealthy and powerful former congressman, has been at the center of GOP power in the state for three decades. He was the party’s nominee for governor in 1996, served as a congressman from 1999 through 2009, and was its party chairman from 2011 through 20...
Tags: News, Gop, House, Dc, Party, Republican Party, North Carolina, Trump, HARRIS, Congressional, Hayes, Charlotte North Carolina, North Carolina Republican Party, Robin Hayes, North Carolina GOP, Mark Harris

‘Thunder Force’ Will Turn Octavia Spencer and Melissa McCarthy Into Superheroes for Netflix

A superhero movie starring Octavia Spencer and Melissa McCarthy? Yes, sign us up. Spencer and McCarthy are close to closing deals to star in Thunder Force, a Netflix superhero flick from writer-director Ben Falcone. Falcone is the wild card here. Spencer and McCarthy are both capable of great things, but Falcone’s track-record is a little spotty. Let’s hope for the best. Deadline broke the news about Thunder Force, writing that the folks at Netflix are “wrapping up deals with Octavia Spencer...
Tags: Comedy, New York, Movies, Netflix, Party, Robert Zemeckis, Mccarthy, Elisabeth Moss, Melissa-McCarthy, Octavia Spencer, Spencer, Falcone, Comic Book/Superhero, Ben Falcone, Ben Falcone Falcone, Tiffany Haddish

Billie Eilish Opens Up To Ellen DeGeneres About Living With Tourette Syndrome

The "When the Party's Over" singer said she didn’t want the disorder "to define who I was.”
Tags: News, Party, Ellen Degeneres, Billie Eilish

Thunder Force: Melissa McCarthy & Octavia Spencer to Play Superheroes

Melissa McCarthy and Octavia Spencer enter negotiations for Thunder Force Netflix may be teaming up with box office powerhouse Melissa McCarthy (Can You Ever Forgive Me?) and critically-hailed Octavia Spencer for the upcoming superhero film Thunder Force as the two have entered negotiations to star in the project, according to Variety. PB = PB || {}; PB.gptStandAlone = PB.gptStandAlone || {}; PB.gptAutoRefresh = PB.gptAutoRefresh || {'gptAds':[], 'gptSt...
Tags: Movies, Netflix, Party, Mccarthy, Melissa Mccarthy, Octavia Spencer, Spencer, Falcone, ComingSoon, Movie News, Ben Falcone, Thunder Force, Variety PB, Melissa McCarthy Octavia Spencer

Socialism may define the Democratic Party today, but never America

Signs are good already that President Trump will secure a re-election victory in 2020. The Democrats basically had a two-part strategy heading into the 2020 campaign cycle: talk about how much they despise Donald Trump, and present their platform as the opposite of everything they despise about Donald Trump. Instead, they’re talking about how much the American people despise socialism, and pretending that their platform doesn’t embody everything that voters despise about socialism. Senator Cory ...
Tags: Colorado, Opinion, America, Sport, Soccer, Democrats, Medicare, Party, Bill, Air Force, Donald Trump, John Delaney, Spartacus, Booker, Sxsw, Trump

Green New Deal Crushed in Senate 0 to 57

Ocasio-Cortez's "Green New Deal" was voted down in the Senate by a vote of 0 to 57. 4 Democrats joined all 53 GOP senators in voting "NO" on this communist inspired legislation. Apparently, fearing that they would look like total idiots, but not wanting to go against the growing radical wing of their Party, 43 Democrats just voted "PRESENT" instead of voting yes or no.
Tags: Senate, Gop, Weapon, Party, Political News and Discussion, Ocasio Cortez, Green New Deal Crushed in Senate

An Italian Inspired Baby Shower!

A baby shower filled with pizza, gelato, and rosé floats, oh my! When planning her baby shower with friends, Katrina Scott of Tone It Up, enlisted the help of Be Inspired PR to bring her vision to life. "When Kat came to us with the opportunity to work with her on her baby shower for sweet Baby Bella, we didn’t think twice about it! Reminiscing on her and her husband’s babymoon to Italy, we worked together on bringing the ‘Ciao Bella’ theme to life. A champagne tap trailer (what?!) was out front...
Tags: Wedding, Italy, Party, Baby, The Blog, KAT, Baby Shower, Ciao Bella, Baby Bella, Katrina Scott

Mike Pence lashes out at Ilhan Omar, 2020 Dems in AIPAC speech

The entire Democratic — or “Democrat,” as the vice president put it, using the ungrammatical truncation that has become popular on the right — Party also came under assault from Pence.
Tags: News, Party, Mike Pence, AIPAC, Ilhan Omar

Whole United Queer Festival: Creating Inclusivity through Community and Sound

Berlin’s queer nightlife joins forces once again. The electronic music festival fighting for a space for inclusivity and self-expression for the WHOLE queer spectrum returns for its third edition this June bringing you a killer lineup of local and international artists and party crews to kick off your festival season with a BANG. The festival’s third year is still a first-time in many ways, not only for the individual festival-goers and organizers but for the global queer electronic underground....
Tags: Fashion, Music, New York, London, Berlin, Festival, Moscow, Madonna, Christian, Party, Techno, Julian, Unter, Ferropolis, Queer, Jennifer Cardini

Chris Minns likely to challenge Michael Daley for NSW Labor leadership

Party’s rising star says ALP needs ‘to have a close look at ourselves’ as Daley faces pressure after election loss The Kogarah MP, Chris Minns, is likely to challenge Michael Daley for the leadership of the New South Wales Labor party, but first he needs to hang on to his multicultural seat in the wake of Daley’s damaging comments on Asian migration during the state election campaign.“I am not going to rule anything in or out,” Minns told the Guardian. “We will have been in opposition for 12 yea...
Tags: Australia news, Australian politics, New South Wales, New South Wales politics, Labor party, Party, Daley, NSW Labor, New South Wales Labor, ALP, Michael Daley, Kogarah, Minns, New South Wales election 2019, Chris Minns

Emily Wells: Come on Doom, Let’s Party

Backed by clips of climate crisis, protest and dance, Emily Wells appears front and center in the video for her newest single, “Come on Doom, Let’s Party.” Surrounded by strings, echoed synths and drums, Wells sings with forlorn longing. “My movements are actions of love, mimicry, isolated protest. My movements illustrate willful blindness. My movements illustrate a willingness to see. My movements illustrate a fury …
Tags: Music, Design, Climate Change, Culture, Music Video, Party, Listenup, New Music, Emily Wells, Wells, Strings, Singer Songwriter

Argument preview: Justices to tackle partisan gerrymandering … again

Editor’s Note: An earlier version of this post ran on February 4, 2019, as an introduction to this blog’s symposium on Rucho v. Common Cause and Lamone v. Benisek, as well as at Howe on the Court, where it was originally published. Every 10 years, the federal government conducts a census. The states then use the data from the census to draw new maps for their state legislatures and federal congressional districts. The maps often take politics into account – for example, to protect incumbents. Bu...
Tags: Featured, Maryland, Supreme Court, Law, Congress, Court, Pennsylvania, United States, Wisconsin, Party, North Carolina, John Delaney, Charlotte, Raleigh, John Roberts, Roberts

How Big Companies Can (and do) Innovate Like a Start-Up

THE INNOVATION WE PRIZE at successful start-ups is a mindset that is brought into the start-up and not necessarily the inherent quality of every start-up. Innovation isn’t something that just happens; we create the conditions for it. Big organizations can innovate like small start-ups. In Creative Construction, Gary Pisano says that when big organizations fail to innovate, the root cause is often related to “management practice and leadership than with organizational scale per se.” While orga...
Tags: Apple, Google, Facebook, Leadership, Instagram, Party, Creativity & Innovation, Pisano, Gary Pisano, Creative Construction

Conservatives tell MEPs to consider election bid if Brexit deal fails

Party’s leader in European parliament says it must be prepared to field candidates The Conservative party has contacted all its MEPs to ask them to consider running for election in May if the prime minister’s Brexit deal is defeated on Tuesday.Ashley Fox, the party’s leader in the European parliament, contacted MEPs to ask them to think about their options in the event that Theresa May’s deal fails again. Continue reading...
Tags: Europe, Politics, European Union, Conservatives, UK News, World news, Theresa May, Foreign Policy, Party, Article 50, European Parliament, Brexit, Ashley Fox

Can We Join the Party?

The climate and demographics of snowsports are changing. Today’s world is changing, both in a literal and philosophical sense. Winter sports are a sector, grappling with the direct effects of that change. Here, leaders and participants have had to evaluate and adjust their expectations of the utility gained from playing in the mountains when the mercury drops and most people opt for cozying up on the couch, binge watching Netflix series, and awaiting the return of the robins. This...
Tags: Nigeria, Sport, Netflix, Cycling, Party, Baltimore, Issues, Telluride, Snowsports, Bush, Western Maryland, Cumberland Md, Gen Xers, Canaan Valley, Go Outside, Whitegrass

The Most Influential Academic Books in the Last 20 Years

The Chronicle of Higher Education has assembled The New Canon, a list of the most influential books written by academics in the past 20 years or so. The books were chosen by a panel that included sociologist Eric Klinenberg, classics professor Johanna Hanink, and professor of business Sheena Iyengar. Their picks included Steven Pinker’s The Better Angels of Our Nature: Why Violence Has Declined: It was a best seller, discussed and praised and criticized by both scholars and public intellectual...
Tags: America, Fbi, New York Times, Party, Steven Pinker, Clinton, Nixon, Alexander, Jason Kottke, Better Angels, Chronicle of Higher Education, Reagan Bush, New Canon, Eric Klinenberg, Sheena Iyengar, Michelle Alexander

Here's Why Your Travel Agent Might Be Inviting You To A Party

Chances are when you hear from your travel agent, it might be to see if they can help you with a getaway for your upcoming birthday or to check in after you returned from that vacation trip to Italy they helped you plan to perfection. But that's changing.
Tags: Travel, Italy, Party