Monday, June 26, 2017

In wake of cultural appropriation debate, what’s next for The Walrus

Shelley Ambrose, publisher of The Walrus and executive director of The Walrus Foundation. (Kevin Van Paassen/The Globe and Mail) Onstage in Surrey, B.C., on Monday, Shelley Ambrose was charismatic and cheery....

Theresa May tells Lib Dem defectors in south-west to stick with Tories

Theresa May will attack the Liberal Democrats for trying to reopen last year’s EU referendum battles, as she heads to the party’s former stronghold in the south-west in an attempt to...

‘Bachelor’ Chris Soules’ new lawyers: He ‘acted reasonably’ after fatal crash

Chris Soules, a former star of ABC’s “The Bachelor,” has lawyered up, acquiring a high-powered legal team after he was charged with fleeing the scene of a deadly crash in Iowa....

Proposals Aim To Combat Discrimination Based On Salary History

Aileen Rizo sued her employer after learning that a new male hire with less education and experience than her was offered about 20 percent more than she was making. This year,...

Pippa Middleton Wedding: Reception Details Revealed — Meghan Markle And Prince Harry Did Not...

Pippa Middleton’s wedding is as extravagant as people have come to expect, and details about the lavish reception have been revealed, as reported by The Telegraph. On Saturday morning, Pippa Middleton...

The Bill O’Reilly Comeback Could Start With These TV Networks

Bill O’Reilly reportedly has various options when it comes to a 2.0 version of The O’Reilly Factor (assuming he still holds rights to that name) on another television network. His TV...

Labour bans Rochdale MP Simon Danczuk from standing in election

Simon Danczuk, the MP for Rochdale, has been banned by Labour from standing as the party’s candidate in the general election, the Guardian has learned. The controversial MP was suspended from...

Nick Viall Blaming Peta Murgatroyd And Chris Soules For His ‘Dancing With The Stars’...

Nick Viall is not happy about being eliminated from Dancing with the Stars. The former Bachelor star and his partner Peta Murgatroyd were booted from the ballroom on Monday night in...

French prosecutors seek heavy fine for topless photos of the Duchess of Cambridge

FILE PHOTO: Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge speaks with staff members during a visit to the Nelson trust women's centre in Gloucester, Britain November 4, 2016. REUTERS/Richard Pohle/Pool French prosecutors asked a...

Anti-Defamation League Blames Trump Supporters for Anti-Semitism Rise

Jay Shaw Baker/NurPhoto via Getty Images WASHINGTON D.C. — Jonathan Greenblatt, the CEO and national director of the Anti-Defamation League (ADL), testified Tuesday before the Senate Judiciary Committee that there had...

🐶 Martha the Neapolitan mastiff has been crowned the world's ugliest dog! 🐶

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How one man's generosity is giving a helping hand to children who need 3D-printed limbs all over the world.

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It's been 20 years since the first Harry Potter book was published ✨🔮
Here's some fun facts you might not have known. bbc.in/2tbKVlu

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