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Facing a World of Trouble, Trump Tries Normal

In past presidencies, Jan. 19’s events might have seemed normal. President Donald Trump began his Saturday on a bitterly cold tarmac in Delaware, paying his respects to the remains of four Americans killed in Syria. He ended it staring into a teleprompter, offering to make a deal with Democrats in a broadcast announcement from the…
Tags: News, White House, Uncategorized, Syria, Military, Donald Trump, Shutdown, Delaware

This Torrance aerospace company helps make tiny hats to encourage heart health

The crocheting circle at Moog, an aerospace and defense company in Torrance, meets on Friday, January 18, 2018. The group was created to support the national program “Little Hats, Big Hearts,” which crochets red hats for newborns to “empower moms to live heart healthy lives and to help their children do the same.” (Photo by Axel Koester, Contributing Photographer) Lisa Acosta teaches Gloria Liu as she leads the crocheting circle at Moog, an aerospace and defense company in Torrance on Frida...
Tags: Charity, Uncategorized, Sport, Soccer, Local News, Aerospace, South Bay, Torrance, San Fernando Valley, Moog, Top Stories Breeze, Axel Koester, Lisa Acosta, Gloria Liu, Laura Jennings, Steven Macias

Pink Hats Flooded Washington Again, but Controversy and Competition Made for a Much Smaller Women’s March

“I would like it if they resigned, but this is bigger than them."
Tags: News, Washington, White House, Uncategorized, Washington D.c, Onetime

McWhorter on Initial So.

I have often expressed a combination of irritation and admiration when it comes to John H. McWhorter, and so it is now. For quite some time I have been wondering about the current popularity of starting sentences with “So” and wishing someone would explain it, and he has done so about as well as could be hoped for. But he has done it in a podcast, a format I dislike for its inefficiency, and it takes him over half an hour to make a point that should take a couple of minutes. After nine minute...
Tags: Uncategorized, Linguistics, Terry Gross, McWhorter, John H McWhorter

President Trump Offers Protection to ‘Dreamers’ If Democrats Fund Border Wall

Trump said he offered a "commonsense compromise both parties should embrace"
Tags: News, White House, Uncategorized, Trump, Onetime

Kentucky Teens Wearing ‘MAGA’ Hats Taunt Indigenous Peoples March Participants in Viral Video

The students were reportedly in Washington on Friday for the March for Life anti- abortion rally that was happening the same day as the Indigenous Peoples March.
Tags: News, Washington, Kentucky, Uncategorized, Washington Dc, March For Life, Onetime

Women’s March Returns to D.C., Still Sending Messages of Defiance to the White House

An estimated 100,000 protesters packed several blocks around Freedom Plaza
Tags: News, White House, Uncategorized, Protests, Washington D.c, Onetime

52 al-Shabab Extremists Killed in U.S. Airstrike in Somalia

Al-Shabab controls large parts of rural southern and central Somalia
Tags: News, Uncategorized, Somalia, Shabab, Onetime

President Trump Is Expected to Announce DACA Protections in Exchange for Border Wall Funding to End Shutdown

It is not clear such an offer would budge Democrats
Tags: News, White House, Uncategorized, Trump, Onetime, Border Wall Funding

President Trump Says Relations With North Korea ‘Are Going Very Well’

The second summit signals stepped-up efforts by both countries to continue talks
Tags: News, North Korea, White House, Uncategorized, Trump, Onetime

‘Black Monday’ is, umm, this Sunday

You better be watching this Sunday night or I don’t even know what to tell you. I know there’s football, this is for after… Welcome to “Black Monday,” a new Showtime comedy series that imagines the stock market crash of 1987 as the result of a rogue brokerage firm aiming to outfox the older (and whiter) Wall Street establishment. It’s a milieu seeped with the greed and decadence that inspired Olive...
Tags: Finance, Uncategorized, Showtime

Survivors Say 177 Migrants Are Missing After a Boat Capsized Near Libya

"After a few hours, it began sinking and people began drowning"
Tags: News, Uncategorized, Migration, Libya, Onetime

President Trump Praises Robert Mueller for Disputing BuzzFeed Report

Mueller’s team said a BuzzFeed News story was inaccurate
Tags: News, White House, Uncategorized, Trump, Mueller, Robert Mueller, Onetime, Russia Investigation

George W. Bush Calls for an End to Government Shutdown With a Secret Service Pizza Delivery

“It’s time for leaders on both sides to put politics aside, come together, and end this shutdown"
Tags: News, Uncategorized, Government Shutdown, George W. Bush, Onetime

The Striking Contradictions of Richard Nixon’s Inauguration 50 Years Ago, as Observed by Hunter S. Thompson

It had been a year of assassinations and police riots and defeats that had led, for Hunter Thompson, to the most unthinkable outcome of all: Richard Nixon’s victory march to the White House lawn.
Tags: News, White House, Uncategorized, Hunter S Thompson, Hunter Thompson, Richard Nixon

Dennis McCarthy: Laurel and Hardy are still making fans laugh

They come to the Mayflower Club in North Hollywood on a rainy Tuesday evening to pay homage to the boys – Laurel and Hardy. To their slapstick, pratfalls, and all the hilarious black and white moments they gave us getting themselves into another fine mess. The entry requirements to the Mayflower are simple. Leave your stress, your politics, and your worries at the front door. Only laughter and silliness is allowed inside the tents of the Sons of the Desert. There are more than 100 of them scatte...
Tags: News, Germany, Uncategorized, Sport, Britain, Soccer, Wiley, Sony Pictures, Local News, Steve Coogan, San Bernardino, Northridge, Santa Monica, John C Reilly, Ryan, England France

Laquan McDonald’s Family Says Chicago Police Officer’s Sentencing Was a ‘Slap in the Face’

McDonald's family lamented that Jason Van Dyke's penalty was too light
Tags: Crime, News, Uncategorized, Illinois, Laquan Mcdonald, McDonald, Jason Van Dyke, Onetime, Chicago Police Officer

Cutthroat doings in Miami real estate

Of most interest for our purposes for the criminal-law consequences: “’Classic resolution of a lawsuit before it’s filed,’ he told the jury. But the argument didn’t fly: in the end, the jury returned with a unanimous verdict … of extortion.” [Mark Seal, Vanity Fair] Tags: Florida, legal extortion, real estate, settlement
Tags: Florida, Real Estate, Law, Uncategorized, Miami, Settlement, Legal Extortion

Winter Storm Causes Hundreds of Flight Cancellations in Chicago

More than 460 flights were canceled Saturday morning at Chicago's O'Hare Airport
Tags: Weather, News, Uncategorized, Chicago, Illinois, Onetime

A Fireball Erupted From an Illegal Pipeline Killing at Least 66 People in Mexico

More than 85 other people on Saturday were listed as missing
Tags: News, Mexico, Uncategorized, Onetime

Even Roger Federer Needed His Security Pass at the Australian Open

Maybe Roger Federer isn't as famous as we thought
Tags: News, Australia, Uncategorized, Tennis, Roger Federer, Onetime

‘Yellow Vest’ Protestors March for 10th Week Despite President Macron’s Efforts

Police has been criticized by protesters for the use of rubber projectiles
Tags: News, France, Uncategorized, Macron, Onetime

Handling heavy athletic recruiting attention

If you are a sought after athlete in any sport, it may be tough to juggle the attention that you are receiving. It is not an easy process to be able to handle that,... The post Handling heavy athletic recruiting attention appeared first on Recruiting-101. Please click the headline above to read the rest of this Recruiting-101 article!
Tags: Uncategorized, Sport

Senator Lindsey Graham Says the Government Shutdown Could End ‘in a Couple of Weeks’

Trump has promised a “major announcement” on the shutdown on Saturday
Tags: News, Senate, Uncategorized, Lindsey Graham, Trump, Onetime

President Trump to Pay Tribute to 4 Americans Killed in Syria at Dover Air Force Base

He will visit Dover Air Force Base for the return of their remains
Tags: News, White House, Uncategorized, Syria, Trump, Dover Air Force Base, Onetime

Now that Mitch Englander is off LA City Council, Porter Ranch residents want to rename this park named after his late mom

When a luxury home developer broke ground on a sprawling park in Porter Ranch last year, the firm proposed to name the site after then Los Angeles City Councilman Mitch Englander, who represented the area. Englander turned down the offer, but asked Toll Brothers to name the $15-million privately funded facility Bloom Park after his late mother and sister. But a few months after the 50-acre site broke ground at 11900 North Mason Avenue, Englander stepped down from his seat to take a job with a gl...
Tags: News, La, Uncategorized, Sport, Soccer, Pennsylvania, Watson, Local News, Aliso Canyon, Porter Ranch, Porter, Los Angeles City, San Fernando Valley, Toll Brothers, Department of Recreation and Parks, Englander

Women First Marched to Challenge Trump. Now They Are Challenging Each Other

When millions of protesters flooded the streets of Washington, D.C.; New York; Los Angeles; and dozens of other American cities as part of the Women’s March in January 2017, and again in January 2018, the organization became a powerful symbol of mass, unified opposition to the new Trump Administration. But on the third anniversary of…
Tags: New York, News, Washington, Uncategorized, Los Angeles, Protests, Donald Trump, Trump Administration, Women's March

Helly Hansen W Powderstar ski jacket & Snowstar ski pant review

This review of the Helly Hansen W Powderstar ski jacket and the Helly Hansen Snowstar ski pant, was carried out on the slopes of Les Arcs, La Plagne and Peisey Vallandry during the month of January. Helly Hansen W Powderstar ski jacket review The black and white colour scheme is simplistic yet stylish. This is also complimented with a feminine silhouette fitted design that would suit an athletic build. The style is further stated with a faux fur removable hood. Of course, Helly Hansen ski jack...
Tags: Review, Uncategorized, Sport, Skiing, YKK, Helly Hansen, Snowsports Clothing, Ski Jacket Review, Primaloft, RECCO, Ski Jacket, Ski Pant, Helly Hansen Review, Ski Pant Review, Helly Hansen W Powderstar, Helly Hansen Snowstar

Do you have a chocolate problem or an oxygen problem?

Run out of chocolate, and that’s a shame. Run out of oxygen and you’re doomed. Sometimes, we overdo our reliance on chocolate. It’s better in small doses–too much and it loses its magic. And sometimes we confuse the thing we want with the thing we need… If your day or your project or your organization focuses too much on finding the next piece of chocolate, you might forget to focus on the oxygen you actually need.         
Tags: Uncategorized, Branding