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|GOP Candidate Who Pointed Gun At Teenager Advances To Georgia Governor Primary Runoff|
|Tue, 22 May 2018 23:38:54 -0400|
|Medical examiner releases CDC doctor Timothy Cunningham's official cause of death|
|Tue, 22 May 2018 15:45:43 -0400|
|Taming the ‘animals’ of MS-13: Trump takes his gang crackdown to the suburbs|
|Wed, 23 May 2018 09:08:32 -0400|
For the second time in a year, President Trump will travel to Long Island Wednesday for a forum on combatting MS-13, the small but violent street gang that has been a central focus of his crackdown on illegal immigration. Trump’s apparent obsession with the gang has been met with confusion and criticism.
|What Do You Say To Sexist Passengers? This Female Pilot Has The Perfect Response.|
|Tue, 22 May 2018 11:08:48 -0400|
|Paris, May 1968 — a view from the barricades by Gökşin Sipahioğlu|
|Tue, 22 May 2018 17:06:40 -0400|
Fifty years ago, as France exploded in mass protests, words scrawled on the walls of the Sorbonne summed up the revolutionary zeal of the time: “Run free, comrade, we’ve left the old world behind!”
Half a century later, the May 1968 demonstrations that brought millions of idealistic students and striking workers to the streets remain a watershed moment in France’s cultural history.
Sexual liberation, artistic creativity and anti-capitalism were the order of the day. For those who were there, it was an unforgettable time.
The protests swept through a France that was still ruled by the strict conservatism of Gen. Charles de Gaulle, who was then president and banned the concerts of French rocker Johnny Hallyday for causing scenes of mass hysteria.
The aftershocks of the protests would be felt for years to come. (AFP)
As a correspondent for the Turkish daily Hürriyet, he came to Paris to cover the May 1968 student uprising. While many photojournalists were on the streets, Gökşin brought his curiosity, audacity, uncanny anticipation of events, and keen eye to the frontlines to freshly illuminate the quickly unfolding events. He remarked at the time:
“At first I did not understand what was going on. For hours on the first day of rioting the police allowed the students to do as they liked. The students wrecked everything, ripped up paving stones, chopped down trees, erected barricades, set cars on fire. Later, in a matter of minutes, the CRS [riot police] charged the students. I asked myself, ‘Why hadn’t they charged earlier?’ I soon understood why. The authorities wanted the public to see the devastation.”
While in Paris, Gökşin realized that a network was sorely needed for distribution of news photos, and he founded Sipa Press photo news agency in 1973 with American journalist Phyllis Springer. Encouraging young photographers and giving many their first chance, Gökşin created a generation of photojournalists.
Photography by Gökşin Sipahioğlu/SIPA
|New York Parents Go to Supreme Court to Evict 30-Year-Old Son Who Lived at Home|
|Tue, 22 May 2018 14:33:26 -0400|
|California Moves To Let Schools, Co-workers 'Red Flag' Dangerous Gun Owners|
|Tue, 22 May 2018 18:24:37 -0400|
|Surprises and statements in fascinating Tuesday primary results|
|Tue, 22 May 2018 15:24:13 -0400|
|Archaeologists Find 'Holy Grail of Shipwrecks' Carrying Stash Worth Up to $17 Billion|
|Wed, 23 May 2018 14:35:00 -0400|
In 1708, the San José— a Spanish galleon ship carrying a stash of gold, silver and emeralds — sank during a fierce battle against the British in the Caribbean Sea. Now, after sitting at the bottom of the ocean for 310 years, the San José's shipwreck has finally been officially identified, thanks to an analysis of the distinctive bronze cannons that sank with the ship.
|Texas school shooting suspect's father thinks he was bullied|
|Tue, 22 May 2018 16:57:50 -0400|
SANTA FE, Texas (AP) — A 17-year-old student accused of fatally shooting 10 people at a Texas high school should be seen as a "victim" because he may have recently been bullied, causing him to lash out, his father said.
|Australia investigators defend MH370 out-of-control scenario|
|Tue, 22 May 2018 04:43:53 -0400|
Australian investigators Tuesday defended their findings that missing Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 was out of control when it plunged into the ocean, despite renewed theories that a rogue pilot ditched the plane. The Boeing 777 -- which vanished in March 2014 en route from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing carrying 239 passengers -- has not been found despite an extensive search led by Australia in the southern Indian Ocean and a continuing private search commissioned by Malaysia. The failure to find the plane has fuelled theories which differ from the conclusions of the Australian Transport Safety Bureau (ATSB), which led the first search, that the jet was making a high-speed out-of-control descent when it hit the water.
|GOP Lawmakers Will Soon Be Allowed To Review Classified Info On Russia Investigation|
|Tue, 22 May 2018 05:53:19 -0400|
|Primaries in Southern states shed light on midterms|
|Tue, 22 May 2018 22:56:22 -0400|
|ACLU Fighting To Release Gay Man In ICE Detention Since January|
|Tue, 22 May 2018 19:04:23 -0400|
|Easy and inventive egg recipes (that will reduce your risk of stroke)|
|Tue, 22 May 2018 04:55:14 -0400|
With the news that eating one egg a day may reduce the risk of cardiovascular disease, it seems only right that eggs are making a breakfast comeback. According to new research published in the journal Heart, for which researchers from Peking University Health Science Centre examined data from over 400,000 participants in China, consumption of up to one egg daily was linked with lower rates of strokes and heart disease. While in this country, it seems we have already embraced the idea of going to work on an egg once more. In March, figures showed that we are eat on average an egg every two days - bringing us closer to the levels of egg consumption seen in the 1970s, when they were at their peak. The British Egg Industry Council, which carried out the research, said people are once again taking the time to make a "proper" breakfast after a string of reports warning of cereal's high sugar content, with some containing as much as 12g of sugar per serving. It is estimated that over the Easter bank holiday around 45 million eggs are eaten a day, with families sitting down to brunches that star eggs as the star of the show. Not only are eggs delicious and incredibly versatile, they are an extremely healthy choice too, being high in protein, low in calories and full of vitamins. Here, then, we share some of our favourite egg-based recipes, making the most of this humble yet heroic ingredient. Easy and exciting egg recipes Coddled eggs with spinach, mushrooms, and Marmite soldiers Credit: ANDERS SCHONNEMANN Colourful layered eggs Credit: Susan Bell The Delauney's eggs Arlington Socca flatbreads with herb yoghurt, harissa, feta and fried eggs Credit: Olivia Williamson Baked sausages, with beans, eggs and feta Credit: Haarala Hamilton Breakfast bacon and egg tart The perfect shakshuka Credit: Heathcliff O'Malley Duck egg with smoked salmon and caviar Credit: KATE WHITAKER New potato and chorizo hash with asparagus and poached egg Indian cheese on toast Credit: Dishoom Sweet potato mash with bacon lardons, fried egg and parsley pesto Credit: Yuki Sugiura
|MSNBC Host Hugh Hewitt Suggests 'Trench Coat' Control, Not Gun Control|
|Tue, 22 May 2018 07:52:44 -0400|
|China's H-6K: The 'Old' Bomber That Could 'Sink' the U.S. Navy|
|Mon, 21 May 2018 19:56:00 -0400|
In recent days, the Chinese People’s Liberation Army Air Force (PLAAF) has stepped up its activities in the South China Sea. For the first time ever, the PLAAF has landed Xian H-6K bombers on Woody Island in the disputed Paracel archipelago. The Pentagon decried the Chinese move as a part of “China’s continued militarisation of disputed features in the South China Sea,” U.S. Pacific Command spokesman Lt. Col. Christopher Logan said.
|Former Ford North America Boss Joins GT Supercar Builder|
|Tue, 22 May 2018 09:14:52 -0400|
|Texas School Shooting: Father of Alleged Santa Fe Gunman Says His Son Was Bullied: 'He's a Victim'|
|Tue, 22 May 2018 14:04:17 -0400|
|Mother of poisoned Russian spy demands access to son: TV|
|Mon, 21 May 2018 17:25:27 -0400|
Russian television showed an interview on Monday with a woman purporting to be the mother of poisoned Russian double agent Sergei Skripal, demanding British authorities let her to speak to her son. Skripal is a former military intelligence officer who passed information on Russia's agents in Europe to British security services, resulting in imprisonment in his homeland. Skripal and his daughter Yulia, visiting from Moscow, were discovered unconscious on a park bench in the southern British city of Salisbury on March 4.