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  • Firefighters Take Advantage of Calmer Winds to Dig In and Contain Californian Wildfires
    published on December 18th, 2017 at 09:37 AM
    Thousands of firefighters tried Sunday to shield coastal communities from one of the biggest wildfires in California history.
  • Track Palin, son of politician Sarah Palin, arrested in Alaska
    published on December 18th, 2017 at 09:37 AM
    The elder son of former Republican vice presidential nominee Sarah Palin was in jail on Sunday, facing assault and burglary charges in her home state of Alaska. Track Palin, 28, appeared in state court in Palmer, Alaska, earlier in the day, on a felony burglary charge and misdemeanor assault and criminal mischief charges, court records showed.
  • Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte backs same-sex marriage
    published on December 18th, 2017 at 09:37 AM
    Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte has declared himself in favour of same-sex marriage in an about turn that will put him on a collision course with the country's powerful Catholic Church. Speaking at the weekend at a gathering of the LGBT community in his home city of Davao, southern Philippines, he vowed to protect their rights and invited them to nominate a representative to work in his government. "I am for (same) sex marriage if that is the trend of modern times," he said. "If that will add to your happiness, I am for it." Profile | Rodrigo Duterte Mr Duterte was quoted previously in the local media as opposing same-sex marriage, using the gender issue to attack liberal Western countries who allow it, especially those criticising his brutal war against drugs which has killed thousands of Filipino citizens. But according to the local Inquirer, Mr Duterte dramatically backtracked from earlier remarks in his latest speech, revealing that he had gay family members and joking that he once toyed with the idea of being bisexual. "Why impose a morality that is no longer working and almost passe," he said, adding that "there will be no oppression" during his term in office and that his government would recognise the LGBT community's "importance in society". His shift will put him at odds with the Catholic Church who have already strongly criticised his bloody crackdown on drugs. The country's powerful bishops earlier this year voiced concern about any moves to legalise same-sex unions. While most Western countries have legalised same-sex marriage, with Australia being the latest to do so, the LGBT community still faces widespread discrimination across Asia. Only Vietnam and Taiwan have made progress towards marriage equality but have yet to enshrine the right to marry a member of the same sex in law.
  • High and dry: Pakistan's penchant for hash
    published on December 18th, 2017 at 09:37 AM
    Niaz Ali is a deeply religious man: He prays five times a day and visits the mosque as frequently as possible. A sacred intoxication," says Ali, who asked to use a pseudonym, after taking a fresh rip off a hookah packed with pungent hash in Pakistan's bustling northwestern town of Peshawar. While Ali freely acknowledges using hash runs counter to the tenets of Islam, he insists it has its advantages.
  • Chile Has Elected Former President Sebastian Pinera in a Return to the Right
    published on December 18th, 2017 at 09:37 AM
    The former airline magnate previously governed Chile from 2010 to 2014
  • Former leader of Chile Sebastian Pinera returns to office after beating left-wing opponent 
    published on December 18th, 2017 at 09:37 AM
    Former Chilean leader Sebastian Pinera on Sunday night became president elect for the second time after comfortably winning an election that was expected to came down to the wire. Mr Pinera, a conservative billionaire businessman who held office between 2010 and 2014, beat Alejandro Guillier, a journalist turned politician from the centre left.  With more than 90 percent of the vote in, Mr Guillier congratulated his opponent while conceding defeat with 45.4 percent of the vote to Pinera's 54.5 percent. “My rival knew how to adopt our flags,” Guillier said. “Chile has changed and that change is forever. But we have to be self-critical; we have received a hard defeat.” It was a defeat for Guillier  Credit: Claudio Reyes /AFP The 68-year-old's victory provides a mandate to reverse four years of economic and political reform put in place by President Michelle Bachelet whose previously popular presidency fell under a cloud when her daughter in law became embroiled in a corruption scandal in 2015. Both candidates promised to keep in place Chile's longstanding free-market economic model, but Pinera has promised lower taxes to boost growth  and create 600,000 jobs, ease industry regulations and narrow the budget deficit. Guillier wanted the government to press on with Bachelet's overhaul of education, taxes and labor. On Sunday evening, supporters gathered to celebrate Pinera's win at his Santiago campaign headquarters. The win signals the country's shift to the right in line with other Latin American nations in recent years. A decade ago, Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Chile, Cuba, Ecuador, Honduras, Nicaragua, Uruguay and Venezuela were all governed by left-wing leaders. But in recent years, conservatives have come to power in Argentina, Brazil and Paraguay and Venezuela.
  • Atlanta's Hartsfield airport hobbled by power outage
    published on December 18th, 2017 at 09:37 AM
    The partial shutdown at the start of one of the busiest travel weeks of the year forced the Federal Aviation Administration to hold back flights bound for Atlanta. The cause of the outage, which occurred just after 1 p.m. EST, was not immediately known, the airport said in a statement. It was working with crews from Georgia Power to identify the problem and fix it.
  • Former Attorney General Eric Holder Says Termination of Robert Mueller Would Be 'Absolute Red Line'
    published on December 17th, 2017 at 09:37 AM
    "The American people must be seen and heard"
  • Power Outage at Atlanta International Airport Grounds Flights, Strands Passengers
    published on December 17th, 2017 at 09:37 AM
    The outage occurred in the early afternoon
  • End of days comes for Ohio man's 'zombie Nativity' scene
    published on December 17th, 2017 at 09:37 AM
    CINCINNATI (AP) — A ghoulish holiday tradition outside of Cincinnati will soon come to a close after an Ohio man said he won't put up his "zombie Nativity" scene after this year.
  • Camille Grammar Says She Was ‘Nervous’ About Getting Married After Her Divorce
    published on December 17th, 2017 at 09:37 AM
    Camille Grammer opened up about her engagement to lawyer David C. Meyer and how she was nervous about marriage after her split from famous ex Kelsey Grammer
  • Pastor Blasts Supreme Court’s Gay Wedding Cake Case In Unhinged Rant
    published on December 17th, 2017 at 09:37 AM
    A conservative pastor known for producing controversial Facebook videos is back with a blistering defense of Christian businesses who turn away same-sex couples.
  • Israel to probe fatal shooting of Palestinian paraplegic
    published on December 17th, 2017 at 09:37 AM
    GAZA CITY, Gaza Strip (AP) — The Israeli military said Sunday it has opened an investigation into the fatal shooting of a paraplegic Palestinian man who was shot in the head during a violent demonstration in the Gaza Strip last week.
  • Police Investigating Billionaire Found Dead With Wife as Murder-Suicide: Report
    published on December 17th, 2017 at 09:37 AM
    The pair were found near the pool in their basement.
  • British embassy worker found murdered in Lebanon: official
    published on December 17th, 2017 at 09:37 AM
    A British woman employed at the UK embassy in Lebanon has been found murdered, a senior official said Sunday, adding that the crime did not appear to be political. According to her social media profiles, she was employed by the UK Department for International Development (DFID).
  • France Promises To 'Defend Net Neutrality' In Wake Of FCC Vote In U.S.
    published on December 17th, 2017 at 09:37 AM
    In the aftermath of the U.S. Federal Communications Commission’s vote to repeal net neutrality last week, the French government has spoken up in support of a free and open internet.
  • Second Director Says Weinsteins Blacklisted Actress Mira Sorvino From Film
    published on December 17th, 2017 at 09:37 AM
    A second director has stepped forward this week with claims that Harvey and Bob Weinstein blacklisted actress Mira Sorvino and prevented her from being cast in films.
  • Landslides kill 26 in storm-hit Philippine province: local officials
    published on December 17th, 2017 at 09:37 AM
    At least 26 people were killed while several residents were missing in an island province in central Philippines after tropical storm Kai-tak brought heavy rains that triggered landslides, local authorities and media said on Sunday. Kai-tak cut power supplies in many areas, forced the cancellation of several flights, stranded more than 15,000 people in various ports in the region and prompted nearly 88,000 people to seek shelter in evacuation centers. The Provincial Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Office of Biliran island said 26 residents had died, but the National Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Council (NDRRMC) has yet to make any official announcement about fatalities.
  • Russia and NATO: Headed for a Missile Arms Race in Europe?
    published on December 17th, 2017 at 09:37 AM
    The NATO alliance is urging Moscow to return to compliance with the 1987 Intermediate-range Nuclear Forces bilateral U.S.-Russia treaty, which bans land-based missiles that have ranges between 500km and 5,500km. “Allies have identified a Russian missile system that raises serious concerns,” reads a statement from the alliance.
  • GOP 'civil war' in primaries will lose them midterms: Democrat senator
    published on December 17th, 2017 at 09:37 AM
    The Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee chair joins "This Week" after Democrat Doug Jones' victory in Alabama.
  • Relief, Bitterness And Frustration: Another Year Of Obamacare Enrollment
    published on December 17th, 2017 at 09:37 AM
    Since the first open enrollment period for the Obamacare exchanges began in the fall of 2013, these health insurance markets have been a godsend, a disaster or something in between for consumers.
  • Pentagon admits it ran secret multimillion-dollar UFO programme between 2007 and 2012
    published on December 17th, 2017 at 09:37 AM
    The Pentagon has admitted it ran a secret programme tasked with investigating sightings of unidentified flying objects, or UFOs. Although the Advanced Aviation Threat Identification Programme ended five years ago, when US defence officials shifted attention and funding to other priorities, it remains unclear if it has continued to investigate sightings of mysterious vehicles. Most of the money went to an aerospace research company ran by Robert Bigelow, a billionaire entrepreneur and longtime friend of Mr Reid.
  • Correction: Israel-Palestinians story
    published on December 17th, 2017 at 09:37 AM
    GAZA CITY, Gaza Strip (AP) — In a story Dec. 15 about deadly Israeli-Palestinian violence, The Associated Press erroneously referred to Jerusalem's Western Wall as Judaism's holiest site. The Western Wall is the holiest site where Jews can pray, while the neighboring hilltop compound known to Jews as the Temple Mount is the holiest site in Judaism.
  • Argentina navy chief sacked over sub tragedy
    published on December 17th, 2017 at 09:37 AM
    Argentina dismissed its naval chief on Saturday, the most high-profile officer to be fired a month after a submarine went missing with 44 crew members on board. It's a political decision," a navy officer told AFP on condition of anonymity about the decision to remove Admiral Marcelo Srur during an ongoing investigation into the sub's disappearance. Srur is the fifth senior officer to have been relieved of his functions so far over the ARA San Juan's disappearance.
  • 'Stupid idea' propels trail-blazing Silk Road runner
    published on December 17th, 2017 at 09:37 AM
    The world today is enough to make some people want to get up and just run to the ends of the Earth, so that's what Kai Markus decided to do. Troubled by what he sees as growing bigotry and division in the world, the German management consultant gave up a successful business to run the ancient Silk Road from Hamburg to Shanghai in a Quixotic quest to show that we are all one. Nine months, eight countries, 12,000 kilometres (7,500 miles) and two fractured heel bones later, Markus hobbled across a symbolic finish line in Shanghai on Saturday with a feeling of mission accomplished.
  • Manchin: 'I wanted to be more involved' in crafting tax bill
    published on December 17th, 2017 at 09:37 AM
    Sen. Joe Manchin tells Chuck Todd in an exclusive interview that he believes Sen. Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) convinced the president to pursue a partisan strategy to pass the tax bill, rather than work with Democrats.
  • Second bitcoin futures debut could lure volume to wild market
    published on December 17th, 2017 at 09:37 AM
    Bitcoin investors expect futures volumes to perk up when CME Group Inc, the world's largest derivatives exchange operator, launches its own contract to wager on the cryptocurrency on Sunday. The second U.S. bitcoin futures launch is seen as another step towards big institutional investors warming up to a volatile asset that had until recently been accessible only via largely unregulated markets. Like the futures contract launched last week by rival Cboe Global Markets, CME's will be cash settled.
  • Mystery swirls around powerful North Korea official as Hwang Pyong-so remains missing
    published on December 17th, 2017 at 09:37 AM
    A North Korean official widely deemed as the nation’s second most powerful figure has been missing for some time, raising speculation that he has been executed.
  • A Mysterious Charity is Giving Away $86 Million in Bitcoin
    published on December 17th, 2017 at 09:37 AM
    It involves pineapples. Kind of.
  • Texas Senator Challenges Legitimacy Of Mueller Probe As Push For Firing Continues
    published on December 17th, 2017 at 09:37 AM
    Senate Majority Whip John Cornyn (R-Texas) slammed former U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder in a tweet, and indicated that special counsel Robert Mueller’s findings on possible Russian collusion with the Trump campaign will only be “legitimate” if Republicans like his findings.
  • Cake for 'joyful' pope on his 81st birthday
    published on December 17th, 2017 at 09:37 AM
    Pope Francis celebrated his 81st birthday Sunday with a hero cake and a message urging the world -- and children in particular -- to join in the holiday mood and be joyful. The Argentine pontiff thanked the crowds gathered in Saint Peter's Square for the Angelus prayer as they sang happy birthday, and was expected to slice into his birthday cake after lunch. The artist -- whose real name is Mauro Pallotta -- famously depicted Francis as Superman in 2014 and has since begun supporting Vatican charitable projects by selling T-shirts bearing the flying pope.
  • This Cat Named D-O-G Helps Train Pups To Be Service Dogs
    published on December 17th, 2017 at 09:37 AM
    Not many cats get to have a career as a dog trainer, but one Missouri feline is doing just that.
  • Amid Sexual Harassment Probe, Democratic Rep. Ruben Kihuen Won't Seek Re-Election
    published on December 16th, 2017 at 09:37 AM
    Democratic Nevada Rep. Ruben Kihuen said on Saturday he won’t seek re-election in 2018 just one day after the House Ethics Committee said it would investigate allegations of sexual harassment from two women.
  • Spain Arrests Suspect Wanted in Italy for Multiple Killings
    published on December 16th, 2017 at 09:37 AM
    He was arrested after three were killed in Spain, including two Civil Guards
  • 93-Year-Old Woman Spends 2 Nights In Jail After Eviction From Senior Housing
    published on December 16th, 2017 at 09:37 AM
    Florida authorities released an elderly woman from jail on Thursday after police arrested her for allegedly not paying rent at the senior housing community where she had lived since 2011.
  • Mario Batali Apologizes For Sexual Harassment With Cinnamon Rolls
    published on December 16th, 2017 at 09:37 AM
    Mario Batali, the former host of “The Chew” who stands accused of sexual misconduct, issued an apology to fans on Friday through his newsletter and inexplicably ended it with a recipe for cinnamon rolls.
  • A Republican Running To Replace Paul Ryan Comes With White Nationalist Street Cred
    published on December 16th, 2017 at 09:37 AM
    HuffPost asked Paul Nehlen three times by email this week if he considers himself a white nationalist.
  • Check Out This Model S Wagon Rendering
    published on December 16th, 2017 at 09:37 AM
    One collector has commissioned his own custom Tesla wagon. Here's what it'll look like.
  • American Airlines tried to charge a mother $150 for traveling with breast milk
    published on December 16th, 2017 at 09:37 AM
    How is it that airlines keep screwing up simple things like company policy and established TSA rules? The latest travel blunder belongs to American Airlines. When Sara showed up with her husband and young son for their flight from Boston to Arizona, the gate attendant stopped them for having too many bags and tried to charge them a $150 fee to check a cooler filled with frozen breast milk. SEE ALSO: Some jerk just diverted a flight by naming his hotspot 'bomb on board' Salow told ABC 15 that she and her husband had shown up with four carry-on items: a stroller, a diaper bag, a backpack, and the aforementioned cooler. "I'm like, 'This is a diaper bag, which I thought was exempt; [that backpack is] his personal item and we have the cooler — I didn't have a personal item,'" Salow told ABC 15. Most airlines — including American — allow passengers to travel with one carry-on and one "personal item," which for most people usually amounts to a small suitcase and a backpack, briefcase, or purse. Additionally, Salow told the news station that she'd looked into what she could bring with her ahead of time. American Airlines exempts certain items from the carry-on policy, including strollers, diaper bags.  Further, TSA rules exempt breast milk from the "no liquids" policy, and American recognizes that — though ABC 15's report notes that the airline's website didn't specifically list breast milk as exempt until Dec. 14. Despite all of that, Salow told ABC 15 that the gate attendant tried to make her pay a $150 fee to check the cooler. "We were pretty mad. I immediately started crying," she said. "It was humiliating, they kept telling us it was because we were basic economy passengers; it really felt demeaning." The couple ended up leaving their cooler behind. The airline later issued a statement in response to the incident, apologizing to Salow. WATCH: This suitcase can transform into a stroller for your child
  • The Vatican Bans Sales of Saints' Body Parts in Updated Relic Rules
    published on December 16th, 2017 at 09:37 AM
    The new rules govern how body parts and cremated remains are to be handled
  • Santa’s workshop comes to life in Brooklyn, New York
    published on December 16th, 2017 at 09:37 AM
    Fifty years ago, Lou Nasti gained fame when he built a robot that landed him on the front page of the New York Times. Now his skill can be seen in his detailed animatronic Christmas workshop in Brooklyn, New York and on display all around the world.
  • Lorenzen Wright's Ex-Wife Has Just Been Charged With His 2010 Murder
    published on December 16th, 2017 at 09:37 AM
    Authorities say Sherra Wright, the ex-wife of former NBA player Lorenzen Wright, has been charged with first-degree murder in his death
  • Third Sea Lion Attack in a Week Prompts Swimming Ban at San Francisco Park
    published on December 16th, 2017 at 09:37 AM
    "I haven’t had a single sea lion or wildlife attack like this."
  • How virtual bitcoin production is 'killing the planet'
    published on December 16th, 2017 at 09:37 AM
    Existing only in the digital sphere but currently worth a fortune, it is the virtual currency that has gone mainstream in recent weeks.  However, it has emerged that the production of bitcoins uses so much energy it threatens to seriously harm the planet. In recent months investors have flocked to the currency that exists only in cyberspace and is traded directly from person to person. But its very success had led to fears about the environmental impact of the Bitcoin phenomenon. The process by which the currency is produced in the digital world uses an enormous amount of energy, much of it coming from the carbon fuels that cause the most pollution. Total electricity use in bitcoin mining has increased by 30 percent in the past month, according to accounting firm PwC. Bitcoin electricity consumption Alex de Vries, an analyst for at PwC, who started the Digiconomist blog to show the potential pitfalls in cryptocurrency, said: “The energy-consumption is insane. If we start using this on a global scale, it will kill the planet.” One major producer, Bitmain Technologies Ltd, runs a server farm in Erdors, Inner Mongolia, housed inside eight 100-meter-long metal warehouses, with about 25,000 computers dedicated to solving the encrypted calculations that generate each bitcoin. The entire operation runs on electricity produced with coal, as do a growing number of cryptocurrency “mines” popping up in China. Bitcoin | Your essential guide The global industry’s use of power is thought to equal that required for three million U.S. homes, topping the individual consumption of 159 countries, according to the Digiconomist Bitcoin Energy Consumption Index. And as more bitcoin is created, the difficulty rate of token-generating calculations increases, as does the need for electricity. Christopher Chapman, a London-based analyst at Citigroup Inc, said: “This has become a dirty thing to produce.”. Bitcoin was devised by an unknown individual or group under the name Satoshi Nakamoto as a system that awards virtual coins for solving complex puzzles and uses an encrypted digital ledger to track all the work and every transaction. As the market grew from one limited to gamers in 2009 to a global phenomenon this year, ever-more computing power was needed by large networks. Bitcoins are created as a reward for a process known as ‘mining’ and can be exchanged for other currencies, goods and services. Prices have surged more than 2,000 percent in the past year on some exchanges and touched a record of more than $17,900 on Friday. Bitcoin price: last 365 days But according to a recent study of the industry by experts at Cambridge University, China - which gets about 60 percent of its electricity from coal - is the biggest operator of computer “mines” and probably accounts for about a quarter of all the power used to create cryptocurrencies. About 58 percent of the world’s large cryptocurrency mining pools were located in China, followed by the U.S. at 16 percent, the study found. Bitcoin server farms in provinces such as Xinjiang, Inner Mongolia and Heilongjian are heavily reliant upon coal-generated electricity for powerl. Estimates of how much electricity goes into making cryptocurrencies vary widely -- from the output of one large nuclear reactor to the consumption of the entire population of Denmark. Analysts agree that the industry’s power use is expanding rapidly -- especially after a price rally that made bitcoin almost four times more valuable than just three months ago. Some analysts dismiss claims of bitcoin’s environmental impact as alarmist, noting that even the highest estimates of demand account for only about 0.1 percent of what the world uses. Meet the real-life 'everyday' Bitcoin investors However, bitcoin’s algorithm dictates that after a certain number of tokens are created, more work is required for the next batch, said James Butterfill, head of research and investment strategy at ETF Securities Ltd. in London. Using estimates of electricity prices and the rising speed with which calculations must occur, Mr Butterfill estimates the marginal costs of each bitcoin will more than double from $6,611 in the fourth quarter to $14,175 in the second quarter of 2018. At the start of 2017, the cost was $2,856. With costs rising, there’s a greater risk for investors should prices tumble. FAQ | Bitcoin “You’d be hard-pressed to find anywhere where it isn’t profitable to mine,” said Mr Butterfill,  who set up computers at his home to mine tokens in his spare time and joined a network of 120,000 others to boost processing capacity and returns. “But if you’re investing in a bitcoin rig, you have to look at the long term, and with the volatility as high as it is, it probably still doesn’t make sense to mine bitcoin in Europe.” Not all cryptocurrency mining is dirty. Computers in Iceland are powered by geothermal plants. Even in China, some are clustered around hydroelectric facilities in Sichuan and Yunnan. In Austria, Hydrominer IT-Services GmbH put servers inside hydro-power plants. Michael Marcovici, the firm’s founder said: “It is bad for bitcoin to have this news all the time about this dirty energy. People don’t want dirty energy to be used. But the problem is, in Europe, the energy is just too expensive.”
  • America's Oldest Zoo Polar Bear 'Coldilocks' Get's 37th Birthday Bash
    published on December 16th, 2017 at 09:37 AM
    'Coldi' has far outlived the average lifespan for her species in captivity.
  • California Has Nearly Hit A Record On Wildfire Spending -- Halfway Through Its Budget Year
    published on December 16th, 2017 at 09:37 AM
    California’s state firefighting agency is within days of spending more to fight fires in a single year than ever before, and the fiscal year still has six months to go.
  • The Myth That Urbanization Means Prosperity
    published on December 16th, 2017 at 09:37 AM
    When it comes to cities and urbanization, it is generally thought that bigger is better. But a pair of recent studies suggests that although industrialized nations may have benefited from larger cities, the same is not true for the rapidly urbanizing areas of the developing world. In these parts of the globe, there really might be such a thing as too much urbanization, too quickly.
  • AP PHOTOS: Best of 2017 for the Middle East
    published on December 16th, 2017 at 09:37 AM
    In 2017 the Islamic State group was driven from its last strongholds in Iraq and Syria at an enormous cost, Pakistanis broke their silence to speak about sexual abuse in Islamic schools, and the U.S. declaration of Jerusalem as the capital of Israel ignited widespread protests.
  • P&G appoints Peltz to board despite losing proxy battle
    published on December 16th, 2017 at 09:37 AM
    Procter & Gamble Co said it appointed Nelson Peltz to its board despite the activist investor narrowly losing a months-long proxy fight, the biggest ever involving a U.S. company. Immediately after its annual meeting in mid-October, P&G said it beat Peltz by a slim margin, but a preliminary tally by an independent election inspector, released a month later, showed otherwise. "Because the election results were so close, and because a large number of shareholders voted for Nelson Peltz to be a director, the board has engaged in numerous discussions with Mr. Peltz regarding a board seat," P&G said on Friday.
  • Mexico presidential race roiled as leftist front-runner embraces right wing party
    published on December 16th, 2017 at 09:37 AM
    By David Alire Garcia MEXICO CITY (Reuters) - The front-runner in Mexico's 2018 election has embraced a small, socially conservative party in his bid for the presidency, sparking criticism among progressives that could splinter his support in what is expected to be a tight race. Earlier this week, two-time presidential runner-up Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador entered into a coalition with the Social Encounter Party (PES), a tiny party with religious roots that pushes an anti-gay and anti-abortion agenda. The coalition is led by Lopez Obrador's left-of-center MORENA party and also includes the socialist-leaning Labor Party.

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