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Rep. Dave Brat tells incarcerated addict his own life is tough thanks to Democratic attack ads

Virginia Republican’s bizarre comments to inmates suggests a GOP theme of 2018: We’re the real victims here
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Rep. Dave Brat tells incarcerated addict his own life is tough thanks to Democratic attack ads

Virginia Republican’s bizarre comments to inmates suggests a GOP theme of 2018: We’re the real victims here

Thursday in Missoula, the squatter in the White House praised a congressman for behaving like a thug

Some days it seems the guy squatting in the White House ought to be named Donald Gotti. Of course, his praise Thursday in Missoula, Montana, of a right-wing congressman for attacking a reporter last year was just a joke. That at least will likely be the s
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Thursday in Missoula, the squatter in the White House praised a congressman for behaving like a thug

Some days it seems the guy squatting in the White House ought to be named Donald Gotti. Of course, his praise Thursday in Missoula, Montana, of a right-wing congressman for attacking a reporter last year was just a joke. That at least will likely be the spin from the White House and the lickspittle right-wing pundits Friday.  You might remember that in 2017, The Guardian’s reporter Ben Jacobs asked Montana congressional candidate Greg Gianforte a question about the Congressional Budget Office’s scoring of Trump’s healthcare repeal bill, the AHCA or American Health Care Act. Gianforte said he was “sick of this” and assaulted Jacobs, grabbing him by the neck, body-slamming him to the floor, breaking his glasses, and punching him repeatedly. Gianforte subsequently lied about what had happened, claiming Jacobs had grabbed him and they had both fallen to the floor. An audio recording and other reporters who witnessed the attack supported Jacobs’ version.  Gianforte got off easy on a charge of misdeameanor assault, being sentenced originally to four days in jail. But this was later switched to 40 hours of community service, 20 hours of anger management, a 180-day deferred sentence, and a $300 fine and a $85 court fee. He apologized to Jacobs to whom he paid $4,646.97 to cover his medical costs and promised him a sit-down interview at some point, which he later refused. As a result of the assault, several newspapers that had supported Gianforte for Montana’s single at-large congressional seat withdrew their endorsements. But he won the election by six points anyway.  Thursday, as part of a three-day run of campaign rallies, Trump gave Gianforte a thumbs-up for the assault, suggesting that punching Jacobs may have helped him win: "Never wrestle him. Never. Any guy that can do a body slam, he’s my kind of…he’s my guy. We endorsed Greg really early, but I heard that he had body slammed a reporter. And he was way up …and I said, ‘Oh, this is terrible, he’s going to lose the election.’ But then I said, ‘Well wait a minute, I know Montana pretty well, I think it might help him,’ and it did … He’s a great guy and a tough cookie.” Ho, ho, ho. Trump normalizes physical attacks on the media, on dissenters, on protesters at his rallies, and he gets laughs and huzzahs for it. One of these days, these incitements to violence of his are going to produce a big body count. And that’s no joke.

How do you write about Trump vs. reality without saying 'lie'? New York Times shows the way

The New York Times’s Maggie Haberman has proved her chops by writing an entire article about Donald Trump’s habitual rejection of truth without once using the word “lies.” We are talking about 1,300 words headlined “A president who believes he is e
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How do you write about Trump vs. reality without saying 'lie'? New York Times shows the way

The New York Times’s Maggie Haberman has proved her chops by writing an entire article about Donald Trump’s habitual rejection of truth without once using the word “lies.” We are talking about 1,300 words headlined “A president who believes he is entitled to his own facts” that does not say straight out that many of his “own facts” are lies. Even the word “false” only pops up once: Over the course of 21 months, President Trump has loudly and repeatedly refused to accept a number of seemingly agreed-upon facts, while insisting on the veracity of a variety of demonstrably false claims that happen to suit his political needs. Seven times in the article, Haberman uses variations on the word “believe,” as in “he long ago came to believe that ‘facts’ are really arbitrary” and “Even DNA evidence does not sway Mr. Trump from his beliefs.”  Haberman herself busily dances around a truly blunt assessment of Trump’s habits, cloaking her take on Trump’s relationship to reality in the warm fuzzy velvet of “believes” and the analysis that Trump “has appeared to grow noticeably more comfortable in the role of president, according to advisers, and that comfort level has reinforced his confidence in his own instincts, including what he regards as facts.” She leaves the harsh assessments to former CIA director Michael Hayden, who, for instance, “said that Mr. Trump could be coaxed into believing objective reality, but that it ‘is not the instinctive departure point for what Donald Trump does.’” And: “He’s got a personal relationship,” Mr. Hayden said, “and he’s built it himself, with three heads of state who have murdered somebody within another person’s country within the last year.” Get out the vote: Join the MoveOn text team. Donald Trump says he's on the ballot, so you know what to do. Can you chip in $3 to help take back the House and Senate?

“Making a Murderer” returns with a new Steven Avery lawyer to obsess over: Kathleen Zellner

Steven Avery’s and Brendan Dassey’s cases have stayed in the news since season 1. Zellner gives new reason to watch
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“Making a Murderer” returns with a new Steven Avery lawyer to obsess over: Kathleen Zellner

Steven Avery’s and Brendan Dassey’s cases have stayed in the news since season 1. Zellner gives new reason to watch

Sen. Martin Heinrich tells Salon Trump’s tax cuts may help companies offshore jobs

Exclusive: New report by Sen. Heinrich reveals how GOP tax bill could help send American jobs overseas
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Sen. Martin Heinrich tells Salon Trump’s tax cuts may help companies offshore jobs

Exclusive: New report by Sen. Heinrich reveals how GOP tax bill could help send American jobs overseas

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Watch two spacecraft launch to one of the most mysterious planets - CNET

Space agencies from Europe and Japan are teaming up for the BepiColombo mission that'll send two orbiters to Mercury, one of the solar system's least explored worlds.
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Watch two spacecraft launch to one of the most mysterious planets - CNET

Space agencies from Europe and Japan are teaming up for the BepiColombo mission that'll send two orbiters to Mercury, one of the solar system's least explored worlds.

Indiabulls Housing to make investors presentation on developer loans to allay concerns

A company official said it is regarding concerns stemming from its exposure to Supertech Group, whose credit ratings have been downgraded to default.
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Indiabulls Housing to make investors presentation on developer loans to allay concerns

A company official said it is regarding concerns stemming from its exposure to Supertech Group, whose credit ratings have been downgraded to default.

Jet Airways to make 25% payment of September salary to senior staff on October 25: Official

The airline, however, in a communication to these categories of employees did not give any timeline on the payment of the rest 75 percent of the salary for last month.
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Jet Airways to make 25% payment of September salary to senior staff on October 25: Official

The airline, however, in a communication to these categories of employees did not give any timeline on the payment of the rest 75 percent of the salary for last month.

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PlayStation Vue is first U.S. pay TV provider to integrate with Apple’s TV app

Sony’s live TV streaming service, PlayStation Vue, announced this week it has become the first U.S. pay TV provider to integrate with Apple’s TV app. Until now, Apple’s TV app has featured content from both free and paid on-demand streaming
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PlayStation Vue is first U.S. pay TV provider to integrate with Apple’s TV app

Sony’s live TV streaming service, PlayStation Vue, announced this week it has become the first U.S. pay TV provider to integrate with Apple’s TV app. Until now, Apple’s TV app has featured content from both free and paid on-demand streaming apps like Hulu, Prime Video, HBO NOW, PBS Kids, The CW, and others, along with […]

Earth’s inner core is solid, 'J waves' suggest

A new study could help us understand how our planet was formed. Scientists report that their research shows that Earth's inner core is solid -- a finding made possible by a new method for detecting shear waves, or 'J waves' in the inner core.
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Earth’s inner core is solid, 'J waves' suggest

A new study could help us understand how our planet was formed. Scientists report that their research shows that Earth's inner core is solid -- a finding made possible by a new method for detecting shear waves, or 'J waves' in the inner core.

NASA's Marshall Center to Celebrate International Observe the Moon Night Oct. 20

NASA's Marshall Center will host the 8th annual International Observe the Moon Night celebration at the U.S. Space & Rocket Center Oct. 20 from 5:30-8:30 p.m. CDT. Members of the public and the Huntsville-area media are invited to attend.
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NASA's Marshall Center to Celebrate International Observe the Moon Night Oct. 20

NASA's Marshall Center will host the 8th annual International Observe the Moon Night celebration at the U.S. Space & Rocket Center Oct. 20 from 5:30-8:30 p.m. CDT. Members of the public and the Huntsville-area media are invited to attend.

What Is Inflammation?

Inflammation is the body's response to injury. It works to help heal wounds, but it can also play a role in some chronic diseases.
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What Is Inflammation?

Inflammation is the body's response to injury. It works to help heal wounds, but it can also play a role in some chronic diseases.

Facebook launches ‘Hunt for False News’ debunk blog as fakery drops 50%

Facebook hopes detailing concrete examples of fake news it’s caught — or missed — could improve news literacy, or at least prove it’s attacking the misinformation problem. Today Facebook launched “The Hunt for False News,”
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Facebook launches ‘Hunt for False News’ debunk blog as fakery drops 50%

Facebook hopes detailing concrete examples of fake news it’s caught — or missed — could improve news literacy, or at least prove it’s attacking the misinformation problem. Today Facebook launched “The Hunt for False News,” in which it examines viral B.S., relays the decisions of its third-party fact-checkers and explains how the story was tracked […]

Tesla is rolling out a cheaper, mid-range Model 3

Tesla is now offering a new, cheaper mid-range battery version of the Model 3 that starts at $45,000 before federal tax incentives. CEO Elon Musk announced the new variant, which has an estimated battery range of 260 miles, via Twitter. The company’s we
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Tesla is rolling out a cheaper, mid-range Model 3

Tesla is now offering a new, cheaper mid-range battery version of the Model 3 that starts at $45,000 before federal tax incentives. CEO Elon Musk announced the new variant, which has an estimated battery range of 260 miles, via Twitter. The company’s website has already been updated. Customers in the U.S. can order the mid-range […]

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1836 map created for Houston city founders goes on display

HOUSTON (AP) - If you think history is boring, J.P. Bryan is about to prove otherwise. The Houston oilman and avid historian opened his Bryan Museum in Galveston in 2015 to house his vast collection of Texana, and his newest acquisition, the only remaining Or
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1836 map created for Houston city founders goes on display

HOUSTON (AP) - If you think history is boring, J.P. Bryan is about to prove otherwise. The Houston oilman and avid historian opened his Bryan Museum in Galveston in 2015 to house his vast collection of Texana, and his newest acquisition, the only remaining Original Borden Map of the City ...

Idaho, environmental group settle mine pollution lawsuit

BOISE, Idaho (AP) - An environmental group and Idaho officials have reached a tentative settlement over toxic discharge from an abandoned silver and lead mine in central Idaho near some of the state's top tourist destinations. The Idaho Conservation League i
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Idaho, environmental group settle mine pollution lawsuit

BOISE, Idaho (AP) - An environmental group and Idaho officials have reached a tentative settlement over toxic discharge from an abandoned silver and lead mine in central Idaho near some of the state's top tourist destinations. The Idaho Conservation League in federal court documents made public Thursday agreed to have ...

Best GBA Games

Nintendo has changed gaming forever multiple times. But one of the most seismic shifts they are responsible for is basically inventing the idea of handheld gaming with the original Game Boy in 1989. […] The post Best GBA Games appeared first on Geek.com
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Best GBA Games

Nintendo has changed gaming forever multiple times. But one of the most seismic shifts they are responsible for is basically inventing the idea of handheld gaming with the original Game Boy in 1989. […] The post Best GBA Games appeared first on Geek.com.

China Plans to Launch ‘Artificial Moon’ to Replace Street Lights

The moon may soon have some competition for dominance in the night skies — at least in China. Scientists in China are planning to launch an “artificial moon” by 2020 to replace street […] The post China Plans to Launch ‘Artificial Mo
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China Plans to Launch ‘Artificial Moon’ to Replace Street Lights

The moon may soon have some competition for dominance in the night skies — at least in China. Scientists in China are planning to launch an “artificial moon” by 2020 to replace street […] The post China Plans to Launch ‘Artificial Moon’ to Replace Street Lights appeared first on Geek.com.

Ornate Birds and Sea Creatures Spring to Life With Environmental Embellishments of Flowers and Foliage

Artist Ellen Jewett (previously) continues to create sculptures of animals from the land and sea, crafting realistic depictions with a surreal edge. Each porcelain creature features elaborate elements that connect the animal back to its natural environment
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Ornate Birds and Sea Creatures Spring to Life With Environmental Embellishments of Flowers and Foliage

Artist Ellen Jewett (previously) continues to create sculptures of animals from the land and sea, crafting realistic depictions with a surreal edge. Each porcelain creature features elaborate elements that connect the animal back to its natural environment—such as green leaves that sprout from the wings of a black cockatoo, or tiny yellow fish that are found along the spines of her ornately patterned seahorses. After she forms each sea turtle, octopus, or fish from porcelain, Jewett free-models a wire armature by hand and coats the piece in polymer. More

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Haas feels it is racing in «Formula 1.5»

Although Haas is battling with Renault for the best-of-the-rest fourth place in the constructors' championship, the team owner is downbeat about the potential of ever being able to do much better. «I feel we are not really racing F1, we are racing F1.5,
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Haas feels it is racing in «Formula 1.5»

Although Haas is battling with Renault for the best-of-the-rest fourth place in the constructors' championship, the team owner is downbeat about the potential of ever being able to do much better. «I feel we are not really racing F1, we are racing F1.5,» he said in Austin ahead of the United States Grand Prix. «So if we were to finish fourth that would be a win in our series.» Haas says that ... Keep reading

Colin Cowherd knows exactly how Michigan vs Michigan State will end on Saturday

Colin Cowherd talks college football. Hear what he had to say about Michigan vs Michigan State on today's show.
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Colin Cowherd knows exactly how Michigan vs Michigan State will end on Saturday

Colin Cowherd talks college football. Hear what he had to say about Michigan vs Michigan State on today's show.

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