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August 2017 / 47 posts found

This CNN attack on Stephen Millier is — BY FAR — the stupidest thing you’ll read today (but it’s early)

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There are many legitimate ways to criticize White House adviser Stephen Miller. This, however, is the stupidest one we’ve read: Stephen Miller and I went to same summer camp. He had an outburst. Flipped a table. Now he's in the White Househttps://t.co/P2JGK9OU4w — Chris Moody (@moody) August 2, 2017 And CNN reporter Chris Moody is serious: Miller made an aggressive effort to become a leader of our adolescent experiment in mock government. The speech he delivered to get elected — and what he did after his victory — are moments I’ll never forget, even more so now that he’s in […]

Floyd Mayweather Jr. defeats Conor McGregor by TKO

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(CNN)In a result that shocked few, Floyd Mayweather Jr. defeated Conor McGregor by technical knockout before a crowd of 14,623 at T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas on Saturday. “He’s a lot better than I thought he was,” Mayweather said after the bout. It was billed as the first boxing-UFC crossover bout in history. It pitted youth vs experience. But it was a boxing fight with boxing rules, meaning McGregor couldn’t kick or wrestle like he would in a UFC bout. The speculation in the weeks leading up to the fight undeniably had Mayweather — who hasn’t lost since 1996 in […]

Trump’s Pick For Key Bank Regulator Is A Foreclosure Kingpin, Of Course

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In 2013, halfway through Joseph Ottings time running OneWest Bank, Otting purchased a Las Vegas resort lifestyle home with a heated pool, double doors forged of wrought iron and glass, professional-grade theater, and far-reaching views of both the golf course and the mountains for more than $2 million. Today, as he awaits confirmation to lead the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency, the house stands as a monument to the money he made from pushing people out of their homes. a legal agreement in 2011 an $89 million settlement with the Department of Justiceracial discrimination in a complaintunder investigation […]

Paul Ryan, John McCain break with Trump on Arpaio pardon

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Speaker of the House Paul Ryan opposes President Trump’s pardoning of former Sheriff Joe Arpaio, an aide said Saturday, joining Arizona GOP Sen. John McCain in criticizing the decision. “The speaker does not agree with this decision,” said Doug Andres, a spokesman for Ryan. “Law enforcement officials have a special responsibility to respect the rights of everyone in the United States. We should not allow anyone to believe that responsibility is diminished by this pardon.” Trump on Friday spared Arpaio, from the Phoenix area, the prospect of serving jail time in granting the first presidential pardon of his turbulent tenure, […]

4 Dark Truths Behind The Suicide Epidemic In Med Schools

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Get intimate with our new podcast Cracked Gets Personal. Subscribe for great episodes like The Most Insane Things We Saw In Emergency Medicine and 3 Wild Stories from Inside the Opiate Epidemic, available wherever you get your podcasts. Read Next 4 Residents Suffer From Serious Depression The first suicide attempt was a third-year resident. One day, she just didn’t show up to work. I asked a mutual friend what happened, and was told she tried to kill herself. She ended up in a different hospital in town (for obvious reasons, she didn’t want to come to ours). She basically vanished […]

How ‘Adventure Zone’ became the best-ever podcast about Dungeons and Dragons

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Dungeons and DragonsSkypeThere was no false advertising. is literally three brothers and their dad playing D&D Fifth Edition. They are Griffin, Justin, and Travis McElroy of  fame, and the show is rounded out by their dad Clint, a radio veteran. This week, roughly three years after episode one was released, the show has come to the conclusion of its first narrative arc. A season finale, so to speak. “I just really wanted to play D&D,” Griffin McElroy told the Daily Dot. “I had a couple times in the past and it was really fun, but it’s hard to get a […]

Robert Hardy, Harry Potter actor, dies at 91

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Stars 70-year career included roles as Cornelius Fudge, Churchill, and Siegfried Farnon in All Creatures Great and Small The Harry Potter actor Robert Hardy has died at the age of 91, his family has said. They paid tribute to an actor whose theatre, film and television career spanned 70 years. His children Emma, Justine and Paul said: Gruff, elegant, twinkly, and always dignified, he is celebrated by all who knew him and loved him, and everyone who enjoyed his work. We are immensely grateful to the team at Denville Hall [a London retirement home for actors] for the tender care […]

Marshawn Lynch sits during national anthem amid Charlottesville violence

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The nation’s largest LGBTQ legal nonprofit is going after Trump for his transgender military ban

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President Donald Trump‘s trans military ban might be back as a tangible policy, and thenation’s largest LGBTQ legal organization is suing him for it. On Saturday, Lambda Legal, the largest and oldest legal nonprofit advocating for LGBTQ issues in the U.S., announced its intent to sue Trump over expanded policies resulting from the president’s ban on transgender military service members. According to the Los Angeles Blade, sources allege that a policy derived from Trump’s announcement of the ban, called “A Guidance Policy for Open Transgender Service Phase Out,” was developed Friday night by the White House Counsel’s office. The policy […]

Prince Philip carries out final official engagement – BBC News

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Media playback is unsupported on your device Media captionRoyal Marines cheered the Duke of Edinburgh outside Buckingham Palace The Duke of Edinburgh met Royal Marines in his final solo public engagement before he retires from royal duties. The 96-year-old announced his retirement in May, after decades of supporting the Queen as well as attending events for his own charities and organisations. Prince Philip has completed 22,219 solo engagements since 1952. Prime Minister Theresa May took to Twitter to thank him for “a remarkable lifetime of service”. She added that she hoped he “can now enjoy a well-earned retirement”. Image copyright […]