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  • Judge to proceed with Roger Stone's sentencing, will consider motion for new trial
  • Judge to proceed with Roger Stone's sentencing, will consider motion for new trial"We've already put off sentencing once," Judge Amy Berman Jackson said, saying she would delay the legal effect of any sentence to give Stone time to pursue a new trial.


  • China kicked out 3 Wall Street Journal reporters after it published an op-ed using a term that invokes the biggest humiliation in Chinese history
  • China kicked out 3 Wall Street Journal reporters after it published an op-ed using a term that invokes the biggest humiliation in Chinese historyChina's foreign ministry cited a February 3 headline, titled "China Is the Real Sick Man of Asia," as the immediate reason for the expulsions.


  • John Oliver explains the pros and cons of Medicare-for-all, goes with the pros
  • John Oliver explains the pros and cons of Medicare-for-all, goes with the prosJohn Oliver kicked off his new season of Last Week Tonight on Sunday by looking at "an issue that has dominated the Democratic primary -- and I'm not talking about why Tom Steyer doesn't look richer" (though he did address that). Mostly, he tackled Medicare-for-all, comparing the "government-funded, single-payer program" proposed by Sens. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) and Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) with the current U.S. system championed by conservatives and, with various degrees of modifications, other Democratic candidates.Conservatives are right, Oliver conceded, that "America does have one of the best health care systems in the world for rich, famous people. Unfortunately, too many people are born in this country with a terrible pre-existing condition called Not Being Beyonce." For so many Americans, "our system is badly broken," he said, not just the 27.5 million with no insurance but also the nearly 44 million underinsured and at risk for bankruptcy from medical expenses.The current system is a patchwork of private insurance, government programs, and crowdsourcing gambles, Oliver said. "Any solution that might put an end to that is worth at least considering, surely, and to be honest, I personally think there is a lot to be said for Medicare-for-all. So tonight, let's take a look at it: Not the politics of whether it can pass, but what it actually is." He focused on the three main objections: Cost, wait time, and choice."I get that big change is scary -- it is human nature to prefer the devil you know over an uncertain alternative -- but the devil you know is still a devil," Oliver said. And for all the U.S. fearmongering about Britain's National health System, "I will be honest with you, I've never had a bad experience and I don't know anyone who has, but since moving to America, I don't think I have met anyone who doesn't have at least one insurance industry horror story." There is a lot of NSFW language -- so much so, it makes sense when Oliver calls the U.S. system "the Kama Sutra of health care." Watch below. More stories from theweek.com Mike Bloomberg is not the lesser of two evils The family of 1 new Trump pardon recipient donated $200,000 to Trump's re-election effort last fall Obama poked Trump on the economy. Trump took the bait.


  • Abbott says top Malaysian leaders suspected pilot of MH370
  • Abbott says top Malaysian leaders suspected pilot of MH370Former Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott has said the ?top levels? of the Malaysian government long suspected that the disappearance of Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 almost six years ago was a mass murder-suicide by the pilot. Australia, working on Malaysia's behalf, coordinated what became the largest search in aviation history, but it failed to find the plane before being ended in 2017. Speaking in a Sky News documentary to air on Wednesday and Thursday, Abbott said high-ranking Malaysian officials believed veteran pilot Zaharie Ahmad Shah deliberately downed the jet.


  • Bloomberg plunges into new controversy as race and gender comments resurface
  • Bloomberg plunges into new controversy as race and gender comments resurfaceCandidate said many ?black and Latino men don?t know how to behave in workplace? and mocked trans rights Mike Bloomberg has been plunged into fresh controversy over his comments on race and transgender people, as scrutiny intensifies over the presidential candidate?s past remarks ahead of his Democratic debate debut. On Tuesday, a 2011 PBS interview resurfaced in which Bloomberg stated that there was an ?enormous cohort of black and Latino males? who ?don?t know how to behave in the workplace?. And separately, a newly uncovered video from March 2019 showed Bloomberg describing trans rights as being about ?some guy wearing a dress and whether he, she, or it can go to the locker room with their daughter?.The comments re-emerged as the multibillionaire media mogul faces questions over his other past remarks on race and women, and as he secured a presence in the televised Democratic debates for the first time.A NPR/PBS NewsHour/Marist poll published on Tuesday shows Bloomberg with 19% support among Democrats for the presidential nomination, enough to join the debate stage alongside other leading contenders in Las Vegas on Wednesday.In the PBS interview, Bloomberg, who was then mayor of New York City, said he supported a program to boost employment prospects for minorities and lamented that ?blacks and Latinos score terribly in school testing compared to whites and Asians. If you look at our jails, it?s predominantly minorities.?Bloomberg said some progress had been made but ?nevertheless, there?s this enormous cohort of black and Latino males, age, let?s say, 16 to 25, that don?t have jobs, don?t have any prospects, don?t know how to find jobs, don?t know what their skillsets are, don?t know how to behave in the workplace where they have to work collaboratively and collectively?.The former mayor added that crime in New York City takes place in ?minority neighborhoods?, with victims and perpetrators of crime ?virtually all minorities?.In a March 2019 video, first reported by BuzzFeed News, Bloomberg criticized Democrats for focusing on transgender rights, saying it was ?not a winning formula for most people?.?If your conversation during a presidential election is about some guy wearing a dress and whether he, she, or it can go to the locker room with their daughter, that?s not a winning formula for most people. They care about healthcare, they care about education, they care about safety, and all of those kinds of things.?The revelation comes on the same day Bloomberg?s campaign released a video touting the former New York mayor?s record on LGBTQ issues, BuzzFeed notes.Bloomberg has achieved solid polling numbers despite several previous interviews and comments coming to light that have been viewed as highly problematic.An audio clip of Bloomberg defending his ?stop-and-frisk? approach to policing in New York from 2015 featured the former mayor attributing 95% of murders to ?male minorities, 16 to 25?. He added ?You can just take the description, Xerox it and pass it out to all the cops?.Bloomberg has previously apologized for the use of stop-and-frisk, saying it was ?overused? in New York. His rivals for the Democratic nomination, in particular Vermont senator Bernie Sanders, have accused Bloomberg of being out of step with voters and guilty of attempting to buy the nomination via his vast wealth.Bloomberg will appear on stage in Wednesday?s debate in Las Vegas alongside former vice-president Joe Biden, Sanders, senators Elizabeth Warren and Amy Klobuchar and former South Bend, Indiana, mayor Pete Buttigieg. Fellow billionaire and philanthropist Tom Steyer is still hoping to qualify.The Democratic National Committee recently changed its rules for how a candidate qualifies for the debate, opening the door for Bloomberg to be on stage and drawing the ire of some candidates who dropped out of the race for failing to make prior stages.The candidates were previously required to receive a certain number of campaign contributions to qualify, but Bloomberg, who is worth an estimated $60bn, is not taking donations.The prime-time event will be a stark departure from Bloomberg?s highly choreographed campaign. He has poured more than $300m into television advertising, a way to define himself for voters without facing criticism.Bloomberg has barely crossed paths on the trail with his fellow Democrats. He decided to skip the first four voting states of Iowa, New Hampshire, Nevada and South Carolina in favor of focusing on the 14 states that vote on 3 March and the contests that come afterward.He rarely mentions his rivals by name, though his campaign is centered on the idea that none of them can beat Donald Trump.The Associated Press contributed to this report


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  • Judge to proceed with Roger Stone's sentencing, will consider motion for new trial
  • Judge to proceed with Roger Stone's sentencing, will consider motion for new trial"We've already put off sentencing once," Judge Amy Berman Jackson said, saying she would delay the legal effect of any sentence to give Stone time to pursue a new trial.


  • China kicked out 3 Wall Street Journal reporters after it published an op-ed using a term that invokes the biggest humiliation in Chinese history
  • China kicked out 3 Wall Street Journal reporters after it published an op-ed using a term that invokes the biggest humiliation in Chinese historyChina's foreign ministry cited a February 3 headline, titled "China Is the Real Sick Man of Asia," as the immediate reason for the expulsions.


  • John Oliver explains the pros and cons of Medicare-for-all, goes with the pros
  • John Oliver explains the pros and cons of Medicare-for-all, goes with the prosJohn Oliver kicked off his new season of Last Week Tonight on Sunday by looking at "an issue that has dominated the Democratic primary -- and I'm not talking about why Tom Steyer doesn't look richer" (though he did address that). Mostly, he tackled Medicare-for-all, comparing the "government-funded, single-payer program" proposed by Sens. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) and Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) with the current U.S. system championed by conservatives and, with various degrees of modifications, other Democratic candidates.Conservatives are right, Oliver conceded, that "America does have one of the best health care systems in the world for rich, famous people. Unfortunately, too many people are born in this country with a terrible pre-existing condition called Not Being Beyonce." For so many Americans, "our system is badly broken," he said, not just the 27.5 million with no insurance but also the nearly 44 million underinsured and at risk for bankruptcy from medical expenses.The current system is a patchwork of private insurance, government programs, and crowdsourcing gambles, Oliver said. "Any solution that might put an end to that is worth at least considering, surely, and to be honest, I personally think there is a lot to be said for Medicare-for-all. So tonight, let's take a look at it: Not the politics of whether it can pass, but what it actually is." He focused on the three main objections: Cost, wait time, and choice."I get that big change is scary -- it is human nature to prefer the devil you know over an uncertain alternative -- but the devil you know is still a devil," Oliver said. And for all the U.S. fearmongering about Britain's National health System, "I will be honest with you, I've never had a bad experience and I don't know anyone who has, but since moving to America, I don't think I have met anyone who doesn't have at least one insurance industry horror story." There is a lot of NSFW language -- so much so, it makes sense when Oliver calls the U.S. system "the Kama Sutra of health care." Watch below. More stories from theweek.com Mike Bloomberg is not the lesser of two evils The family of 1 new Trump pardon recipient donated $200,000 to Trump's re-election effort last fall Obama poked Trump on the economy. Trump took the bait.


  • Abbott says top Malaysian leaders suspected pilot of MH370
  • Abbott says top Malaysian leaders suspected pilot of MH370Former Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott has said the ?top levels? of the Malaysian government long suspected that the disappearance of Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 almost six years ago was a mass murder-suicide by the pilot. Australia, working on Malaysia's behalf, coordinated what became the largest search in aviation history, but it failed to find the plane before being ended in 2017. Speaking in a Sky News documentary to air on Wednesday and Thursday, Abbott said high-ranking Malaysian officials believed veteran pilot Zaharie Ahmad Shah deliberately downed the jet.


  • Bloomberg plunges into new controversy as race and gender comments resurface
  • Bloomberg plunges into new controversy as race and gender comments resurfaceCandidate said many ?black and Latino men don?t know how to behave in workplace? and mocked trans rights Mike Bloomberg has been plunged into fresh controversy over his comments on race and transgender people, as scrutiny intensifies over the presidential candidate?s past remarks ahead of his Democratic debate debut. On Tuesday, a 2011 PBS interview resurfaced in which Bloomberg stated that there was an ?enormous cohort of black and Latino males? who ?don?t know how to behave in the workplace?. And separately, a newly uncovered video from March 2019 showed Bloomberg describing trans rights as being about ?some guy wearing a dress and whether he, she, or it can go to the locker room with their daughter?.The comments re-emerged as the multibillionaire media mogul faces questions over his other past remarks on race and women, and as he secured a presence in the televised Democratic debates for the first time.A NPR/PBS NewsHour/Marist poll published on Tuesday shows Bloomberg with 19% support among Democrats for the presidential nomination, enough to join the debate stage alongside other leading contenders in Las Vegas on Wednesday.In the PBS interview, Bloomberg, who was then mayor of New York City, said he supported a program to boost employment prospects for minorities and lamented that ?blacks and Latinos score terribly in school testing compared to whites and Asians. If you look at our jails, it?s predominantly minorities.?Bloomberg said some progress had been made but ?nevertheless, there?s this enormous cohort of black and Latino males, age, let?s say, 16 to 25, that don?t have jobs, don?t have any prospects, don?t know how to find jobs, don?t know what their skillsets are, don?t know how to behave in the workplace where they have to work collaboratively and collectively?.The former mayor added that crime in New York City takes place in ?minority neighborhoods?, with victims and perpetrators of crime ?virtually all minorities?.In a March 2019 video, first reported by BuzzFeed News, Bloomberg criticized Democrats for focusing on transgender rights, saying it was ?not a winning formula for most people?.?If your conversation during a presidential election is about some guy wearing a dress and whether he, she, or it can go to the locker room with their daughter, that?s not a winning formula for most people. They care about healthcare, they care about education, they care about safety, and all of those kinds of things.?The revelation comes on the same day Bloomberg?s campaign released a video touting the former New York mayor?s record on LGBTQ issues, BuzzFeed notes.Bloomberg has achieved solid polling numbers despite several previous interviews and comments coming to light that have been viewed as highly problematic.An audio clip of Bloomberg defending his ?stop-and-frisk? approach to policing in New York from 2015 featured the former mayor attributing 95% of murders to ?male minorities, 16 to 25?. He added ?You can just take the description, Xerox it and pass it out to all the cops?.Bloomberg has previously apologized for the use of stop-and-frisk, saying it was ?overused? in New York. His rivals for the Democratic nomination, in particular Vermont senator Bernie Sanders, have accused Bloomberg of being out of step with voters and guilty of attempting to buy the nomination via his vast wealth.Bloomberg will appear on stage in Wednesday?s debate in Las Vegas alongside former vice-president Joe Biden, Sanders, senators Elizabeth Warren and Amy Klobuchar and former South Bend, Indiana, mayor Pete Buttigieg. Fellow billionaire and philanthropist Tom Steyer is still hoping to qualify.The Democratic National Committee recently changed its rules for how a candidate qualifies for the debate, opening the door for Bloomberg to be on stage and drawing the ire of some candidates who dropped out of the race for failing to make prior stages.The candidates were previously required to receive a certain number of campaign contributions to qualify, but Bloomberg, who is worth an estimated $60bn, is not taking donations.The prime-time event will be a stark departure from Bloomberg?s highly choreographed campaign. He has poured more than $300m into television advertising, a way to define himself for voters without facing criticism.Bloomberg has barely crossed paths on the trail with his fellow Democrats. He decided to skip the first four voting states of Iowa, New Hampshire, Nevada and South Carolina in favor of focusing on the 14 states that vote on 3 March and the contests that come afterward.He rarely mentions his rivals by name, though his campaign is centered on the idea that none of them can beat Donald Trump.The Associated Press contributed to this report


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  • Judge to proceed with Roger Stone's sentencing, will consider motion for new trial
  • Judge to proceed with Roger Stone's sentencing, will consider motion for new trial"We've already put off sentencing once," Judge Amy Berman Jackson said, saying she would delay the legal effect of any sentence to give Stone time to pursue a new trial.


  • China kicked out 3 Wall Street Journal reporters after it published an op-ed using a term that invokes the biggest humiliation in Chinese history
  • China kicked out 3 Wall Street Journal reporters after it published an op-ed using a term that invokes the biggest humiliation in Chinese historyChina's foreign ministry cited a February 3 headline, titled "China Is the Real Sick Man of Asia," as the immediate reason for the expulsions.


  • John Oliver explains the pros and cons of Medicare-for-all, goes with the pros
  • John Oliver explains the pros and cons of Medicare-for-all, goes with the prosJohn Oliver kicked off his new season of Last Week Tonight on Sunday by looking at "an issue that has dominated the Democratic primary -- and I'm not talking about why Tom Steyer doesn't look richer" (though he did address that). Mostly, he tackled Medicare-for-all, comparing the "government-funded, single-payer program" proposed by Sens. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) and Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) with the current U.S. system championed by conservatives and, with various degrees of modifications, other Democratic candidates.Conservatives are right, Oliver conceded, that "America does have one of the best health care systems in the world for rich, famous people. Unfortunately, too many people are born in this country with a terrible pre-existing condition called Not Being Beyonce." For so many Americans, "our system is badly broken," he said, not just the 27.5 million with no insurance but also the nearly 44 million underinsured and at risk for bankruptcy from medical expenses.The current system is a patchwork of private insurance, government programs, and crowdsourcing gambles, Oliver said. "Any solution that might put an end to that is worth at least considering, surely, and to be honest, I personally think there is a lot to be said for Medicare-for-all. So tonight, let's take a look at it: Not the politics of whether it can pass, but what it actually is." He focused on the three main objections: Cost, wait time, and choice."I get that big change is scary -- it is human nature to prefer the devil you know over an uncertain alternative -- but the devil you know is still a devil," Oliver said. And for all the U.S. fearmongering about Britain's National health System, "I will be honest with you, I've never had a bad experience and I don't know anyone who has, but since moving to America, I don't think I have met anyone who doesn't have at least one insurance industry horror story." There is a lot of NSFW language -- so much so, it makes sense when Oliver calls the U.S. system "the Kama Sutra of health care." Watch below. More stories from theweek.com Mike Bloomberg is not the lesser of two evils The family of 1 new Trump pardon recipient donated $200,000 to Trump's re-election effort last fall Obama poked Trump on the economy. Trump took the bait.


  • Abbott says top Malaysian leaders suspected pilot of MH370
  • Abbott says top Malaysian leaders suspected pilot of MH370Former Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott has said the ?top levels? of the Malaysian government long suspected that the disappearance of Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 almost six years ago was a mass murder-suicide by the pilot. Australia, working on Malaysia's behalf, coordinated what became the largest search in aviation history, but it failed to find the plane before being ended in 2017. Speaking in a Sky News documentary to air on Wednesday and Thursday, Abbott said high-ranking Malaysian officials believed veteran pilot Zaharie Ahmad Shah deliberately downed the jet.


  • Bloomberg plunges into new controversy as race and gender comments resurface
  • Bloomberg plunges into new controversy as race and gender comments resurfaceCandidate said many ?black and Latino men don?t know how to behave in workplace? and mocked trans rights Mike Bloomberg has been plunged into fresh controversy over his comments on race and transgender people, as scrutiny intensifies over the presidential candidate?s past remarks ahead of his Democratic debate debut. On Tuesday, a 2011 PBS interview resurfaced in which Bloomberg stated that there was an ?enormous cohort of black and Latino males? who ?don?t know how to behave in the workplace?. And separately, a newly uncovered video from March 2019 showed Bloomberg describing trans rights as being about ?some guy wearing a dress and whether he, she, or it can go to the locker room with their daughter?.The comments re-emerged as the multibillionaire media mogul faces questions over his other past remarks on race and women, and as he secured a presence in the televised Democratic debates for the first time.A NPR/PBS NewsHour/Marist poll published on Tuesday shows Bloomberg with 19% support among Democrats for the presidential nomination, enough to join the debate stage alongside other leading contenders in Las Vegas on Wednesday.In the PBS interview, Bloomberg, who was then mayor of New York City, said he supported a program to boost employment prospects for minorities and lamented that ?blacks and Latinos score terribly in school testing compared to whites and Asians. If you look at our jails, it?s predominantly minorities.?Bloomberg said some progress had been made but ?nevertheless, there?s this enormous cohort of black and Latino males, age, let?s say, 16 to 25, that don?t have jobs, don?t have any prospects, don?t know how to find jobs, don?t know what their skillsets are, don?t know how to behave in the workplace where they have to work collaboratively and collectively?.The former mayor added that crime in New York City takes place in ?minority neighborhoods?, with victims and perpetrators of crime ?virtually all minorities?.In a March 2019 video, first reported by BuzzFeed News, Bloomberg criticized Democrats for focusing on transgender rights, saying it was ?not a winning formula for most people?.?If your conversation during a presidential election is about some guy wearing a dress and whether he, she, or it can go to the locker room with their daughter, that?s not a winning formula for most people. They care about healthcare, they care about education, they care about safety, and all of those kinds of things.?The revelation comes on the same day Bloomberg?s campaign released a video touting the former New York mayor?s record on LGBTQ issues, BuzzFeed notes.Bloomberg has achieved solid polling numbers despite several previous interviews and comments coming to light that have been viewed as highly problematic.An audio clip of Bloomberg defending his ?stop-and-frisk? approach to policing in New York from 2015 featured the former mayor attributing 95% of murders to ?male minorities, 16 to 25?. He added ?You can just take the description, Xerox it and pass it out to all the cops?.Bloomberg has previously apologized for the use of stop-and-frisk, saying it was ?overused? in New York. His rivals for the Democratic nomination, in particular Vermont senator Bernie Sanders, have accused Bloomberg of being out of step with voters and guilty of attempting to buy the nomination via his vast wealth.Bloomberg will appear on stage in Wednesday?s debate in Las Vegas alongside former vice-president Joe Biden, Sanders, senators Elizabeth Warren and Amy Klobuchar and former South Bend, Indiana, mayor Pete Buttigieg. Fellow billionaire and philanthropist Tom Steyer is still hoping to qualify.The Democratic National Committee recently changed its rules for how a candidate qualifies for the debate, opening the door for Bloomberg to be on stage and drawing the ire of some candidates who dropped out of the race for failing to make prior stages.The candidates were previously required to receive a certain number of campaign contributions to qualify, but Bloomberg, who is worth an estimated $60bn, is not taking donations.The prime-time event will be a stark departure from Bloomberg?s highly choreographed campaign. He has poured more than $300m into television advertising, a way to define himself for voters without facing criticism.Bloomberg has barely crossed paths on the trail with his fellow Democrats. He decided to skip the first four voting states of Iowa, New Hampshire, Nevada and South Carolina in favor of focusing on the 14 states that vote on 3 March and the contests that come afterward.He rarely mentions his rivals by name, though his campaign is centered on the idea that none of them can beat Donald Trump.The Associated Press contributed to this report


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  • Judge to proceed with Roger Stone's sentencing, will consider motion for new trial
  • Judge to proceed with Roger Stone's sentencing, will consider motion for new trial"We've already put off sentencing once," Judge Amy Berman Jackson said, saying she would delay the legal effect of any sentence to give Stone time to pursue a new trial.


  • China kicked out 3 Wall Street Journal reporters after it published an op-ed using a term that invokes the biggest humiliation in Chinese history
  • China kicked out 3 Wall Street Journal reporters after it published an op-ed using a term that invokes the biggest humiliation in Chinese historyChina's foreign ministry cited a February 3 headline, titled "China Is the Real Sick Man of Asia," as the immediate reason for the expulsions.


  • John Oliver explains the pros and cons of Medicare-for-all, goes with the pros
  • John Oliver explains the pros and cons of Medicare-for-all, goes with the prosJohn Oliver kicked off his new season of Last Week Tonight on Sunday by looking at "an issue that has dominated the Democratic primary -- and I'm not talking about why Tom Steyer doesn't look richer" (though he did address that). Mostly, he tackled Medicare-for-all, comparing the "government-funded, single-payer program" proposed by Sens. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) and Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) with the current U.S. system championed by conservatives and, with various degrees of modifications, other Democratic candidates.Conservatives are right, Oliver conceded, that "America does have one of the best health care systems in the world for rich, famous people. Unfortunately, too many people are born in this country with a terrible pre-existing condition called Not Being Beyonce." For so many Americans, "our system is badly broken," he said, not just the 27.5 million with no insurance but also the nearly 44 million underinsured and at risk for bankruptcy from medical expenses.The current system is a patchwork of private insurance, government programs, and crowdsourcing gambles, Oliver said. "Any solution that might put an end to that is worth at least considering, surely, and to be honest, I personally think there is a lot to be said for Medicare-for-all. So tonight, let's take a look at it: Not the politics of whether it can pass, but what it actually is." He focused on the three main objections: Cost, wait time, and choice."I get that big change is scary -- it is human nature to prefer the devil you know over an uncertain alternative -- but the devil you know is still a devil," Oliver said. And for all the U.S. fearmongering about Britain's National health System, "I will be honest with you, I've never had a bad experience and I don't know anyone who has, but since moving to America, I don't think I have met anyone who doesn't have at least one insurance industry horror story." There is a lot of NSFW language -- so much so, it makes sense when Oliver calls the U.S. system "the Kama Sutra of health care." Watch below. More stories from theweek.com Mike Bloomberg is not the lesser of two evils The family of 1 new Trump pardon recipient donated $200,000 to Trump's re-election effort last fall Obama poked Trump on the economy. Trump took the bait.


  • Abbott says top Malaysian leaders suspected pilot of MH370
  • Abbott says top Malaysian leaders suspected pilot of MH370Former Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott has said the ?top levels? of the Malaysian government long suspected that the disappearance of Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 almost six years ago was a mass murder-suicide by the pilot. Australia, working on Malaysia's behalf, coordinated what became the largest search in aviation history, but it failed to find the plane before being ended in 2017. Speaking in a Sky News documentary to air on Wednesday and Thursday, Abbott said high-ranking Malaysian officials believed veteran pilot Zaharie Ahmad Shah deliberately downed the jet.


  • Bloomberg plunges into new controversy as race and gender comments resurface
  • Bloomberg plunges into new controversy as race and gender comments resurfaceCandidate said many ?black and Latino men don?t know how to behave in workplace? and mocked trans rights Mike Bloomberg has been plunged into fresh controversy over his comments on race and transgender people, as scrutiny intensifies over the presidential candidate?s past remarks ahead of his Democratic debate debut. On Tuesday, a 2011 PBS interview resurfaced in which Bloomberg stated that there was an ?enormous cohort of black and Latino males? who ?don?t know how to behave in the workplace?. And separately, a newly uncovered video from March 2019 showed Bloomberg describing trans rights as being about ?some guy wearing a dress and whether he, she, or it can go to the locker room with their daughter?.The comments re-emerged as the multibillionaire media mogul faces questions over his other past remarks on race and women, and as he secured a presence in the televised Democratic debates for the first time.A NPR/PBS NewsHour/Marist poll published on Tuesday shows Bloomberg with 19% support among Democrats for the presidential nomination, enough to join the debate stage alongside other leading contenders in Las Vegas on Wednesday.In the PBS interview, Bloomberg, who was then mayor of New York City, said he supported a program to boost employment prospects for minorities and lamented that ?blacks and Latinos score terribly in school testing compared to whites and Asians. If you look at our jails, it?s predominantly minorities.?Bloomberg said some progress had been made but ?nevertheless, there?s this enormous cohort of black and Latino males, age, let?s say, 16 to 25, that don?t have jobs, don?t have any prospects, don?t know how to find jobs, don?t know what their skillsets are, don?t know how to behave in the workplace where they have to work collaboratively and collectively?.The former mayor added that crime in New York City takes place in ?minority neighborhoods?, with victims and perpetrators of crime ?virtually all minorities?.In a March 2019 video, first reported by BuzzFeed News, Bloomberg criticized Democrats for focusing on transgender rights, saying it was ?not a winning formula for most people?.?If your conversation during a presidential election is about some guy wearing a dress and whether he, she, or it can go to the locker room with their daughter, that?s not a winning formula for most people. They care about healthcare, they care about education, they care about safety, and all of those kinds of things.?The revelation comes on the same day Bloomberg?s campaign released a video touting the former New York mayor?s record on LGBTQ issues, BuzzFeed notes.Bloomberg has achieved solid polling numbers despite several previous interviews and comments coming to light that have been viewed as highly problematic.An audio clip of Bloomberg defending his ?stop-and-frisk? approach to policing in New York from 2015 featured the former mayor attributing 95% of murders to ?male minorities, 16 to 25?. He added ?You can just take the description, Xerox it and pass it out to all the cops?.Bloomberg has previously apologized for the use of stop-and-frisk, saying it was ?overused? in New York. His rivals for the Democratic nomination, in particular Vermont senator Bernie Sanders, have accused Bloomberg of being out of step with voters and guilty of attempting to buy the nomination via his vast wealth.Bloomberg will appear on stage in Wednesday?s debate in Las Vegas alongside former vice-president Joe Biden, Sanders, senators Elizabeth Warren and Amy Klobuchar and former South Bend, Indiana, mayor Pete Buttigieg. Fellow billionaire and philanthropist Tom Steyer is still hoping to qualify.The Democratic National Committee recently changed its rules for how a candidate qualifies for the debate, opening the door for Bloomberg to be on stage and drawing the ire of some candidates who dropped out of the race for failing to make prior stages.The candidates were previously required to receive a certain number of campaign contributions to qualify, but Bloomberg, who is worth an estimated $60bn, is not taking donations.The prime-time event will be a stark departure from Bloomberg?s highly choreographed campaign. He has poured more than $300m into television advertising, a way to define himself for voters without facing criticism.Bloomberg has barely crossed paths on the trail with his fellow Democrats. He decided to skip the first four voting states of Iowa, New Hampshire, Nevada and South Carolina in favor of focusing on the 14 states that vote on 3 March and the contests that come afterward.He rarely mentions his rivals by name, though his campaign is centered on the idea that none of them can beat Donald Trump.The Associated Press contributed to this report


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  • Ceux qui connaissent Lucie ne s'étonneront pas qu'elle possède des sentiments chauds, en particulier avec les SEO rigolos et Rome antique comme à Toulouse.
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  • Soriée SEOsphère le 35 octobre 2011, viendez nombreux et surtout nombreuses !!! Et surtout soyez SEO Romantique...
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  • Encore un anniversaire mais ce coup ci ce sont les 5 ans de SEOsphère qui ont été fêtés le samedi 11 décembre 2010 dans une salle en plein Paris

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