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Rebecca Hall donates salary from Woody Allen film to 'Time's Up' campaign


Hall follows co-star Griffin Newman in donating earnings from the film to charity. "It's a small gesture and not one intended as close to compensation but I've donated my wage to Times Up ", she continued. Hall, who apologized and said, "I regret this decision [to work with Allen] and wouldn't make the same one today", joins Greta Gerwig , Mira Sorvino , and Ellen Page in speaking out against the director. Read More »

Haitian-Americans in South Florida outraged by president's alleged remark

Clinton, who was defeated by Trump in the presidential election, took the opportunity to hit back on social media tweeting: "The anniversary of the devastating quake 8 years ago is a day to remember the tragedy, honor the resilient people of Haiti, & affirm America's commitment to helping our neighbors", Clinton said . Read More »

Parents sue for girl, 11, to use medical marijuana at school


However, it did not take long for the Illinois Attorney General's office to assure the school district that it could assist Ashley's medical needs without penalty. The family asked officials in School District 54 to allow the girl to store and use cannabis on school grounds but were denied because of prohibitions in state law, according to the suit. Read More »

Lyrics From Camila Cabello's Debut Album That Reflect Her Ever-Growing Maturity


I was just like, 'What? She said the solo venture caused tension in the group. " Havana " was her second No. 1 song as a solo artist. Cabello left in December 2016 anddecided to follow her heart (which, at the time may or may not have been in Havana ), believing that "if anyone wants to explore their individuality, it's not right for people to tell you no". Read More »

PyeongChang Winter Olympics medals


After predicting between four and 10 medals, Warr said: "After a number of strong performances from GB athletes across this winter sport season, our agreed medal target with sports shows that PyeongChang 2018 has the potential to be our best winter Games yet". Read More »

California mudslides sweep away auto in shocking video caught by firefighters


Instead, he nervously surveyed the scene as it unfolded outside his window "like a torrent of water, and boulders, and rocks, and mud that was a constant flow". "She's screaming at the top of her lungs - 'Hey, go faster, go go go, ' she's pulling my shirt", he recalled. "What you can't see in that video is the panic inside", says Franklin who uses his auto to work as a rideshare driver at night. Read More »

Stones fly at Nitish convoy


The CM was rescued unhurt in the incident, while two of his security personnel were injured. Kumar escaped unharmed. Later in the day, in an address at Nandan village, the CM claimed that the attack was part of a plot by some people with vested interests. Read More »

Missouri governor denies threat to blackmail woman with nude photo


The woman's ex-husband provided local CBS affiliate KMOV with a recording he had made of his conversation with his then-wife about the photograph episode. "Eric took responsibility, and we dealt with this together honestly and privately". A spokeswoman for the FBI's St. Louis office said the agency could not confirm or deny that it was investigating. Read More »

Exhausted of 'roller-coaster', Nick Kyrgios seeks steady ride starting with Australian Open


Nadal finished on top of the year-end rankings after winning the French and U.S. open crowns. Since he pulled out of the ATP Tour Finals with knee injury in November, 2017, Nadal has not played a single competitive match. "We did it. It was a good practice, good feelings for both of us I think". Australia's Nick Kyrgios is the sole men's seed but, unfortunately, misses out on a coveted top-16 ranking by one place. Read More »

Loyal Dog Walks 40 Miles to Find Previous Owners


She walked, not once, but TWICE back to her family's home in an effort to find her people. For unknown reasons after her family moved to a new home in the Oklahoma city of Seminole, they decided they couldn't keep Cathleen, a 6-year-old Great Pyrenees mix, and gave her to someone living about 20 miles away. Read More »

Zimbabwean president to visit Angola


Zimbabwe's president Emmerson Mnangagwa (L) and chief Justice Luke Malaba (R) sit and talk as they attend the swearing-in ceremony in Harare , on December 28, 2017. The constitution of the country has been subverted and there has to be a return to constitutionalism and we can not expect the very same people who overthrew the constitution to restore it. Read More »

Paddington 2 Is a Fuzzy Teddybear of a Movie


Since Lucy has always wanted to see all the sites of London, Paddington decides on a special book made just for her. Seeking the ideal gift to give to his Aunt Lucy ( Imelda Staunton ) for her 100th birthday, Paddington finds what he's looking for in Mr. Read More »

Drip Dangers: Associations Sound Alarm About IV Bag Shortage


The shortage of the intravenous bags of saline has been going on since 2014. Hospitals use hundreds or thousands daily to hydrate patients and to dilute antibiotics, painkillers and other drugs, then hang bags from a pole so the mix slowly drips through a tube and into a vein. Read More »

Slurring nations with vulgar language crosses a line

South Africa's ruling African National Congress said his comment is "extremely offensive". Meanwhile, Graham himself has now issued a statement on the meeting. The president later said of his controversial remarks on Twitter that "The language used by me at the DACA meeting was tough , but this was not the language used". Read More »

Walmart reveals Sam's Club closures


Walmart on Thursday promised full-time hourly US employees 10 weeks of paid maternity leave and six weeks of paid parental leave. Another possibility, he said, is that Walmart could be seeking to avoid a showdown with the U.S. Customers who spoke to the New Haven Register said they felt betrayed and angry. Mr. Furner said that Sam's Club wanted to inform its employees of the closures before notifying the public. Read More »

Chopper with five ONGC employees goes missing


It was 30 nautical miles off the coast of Mumbai when it went missing. According to Indian Coast Guard, the last contact made by the chopper with the Air Traffic Control ( ATC ) and ONGC was at 1035 hrs. The Coast Guard and the Navy has been alerted and a search operation has been launched to locate the chopper - a VTPWA Dauphin AS 365 N3 - and its passengers. Read More »

Here's What The Versace Family Thinks Of 'American Crime Story: Gianni Versace'


Naturally, she turned her research into a book, which is also titled The Assassination of Gianni Versace and was based on "400 interviews and thousands of pages of police reports", according to the Amazon page for the tome. The second season of the FX true crime anthology series explores the murder of fashion designer Versace (played by Édgar Ramírez ) by serial killer Andrew Cunanan ( Darren Criss ). Read More »

Zac Brown Band coming back to Fenway


Lawn ticket four-packs are $109 while supplies last. Tickets range from $31.25 to $91.25 and go on sale January 19 at 10 the Premier Center Box Office,, or charge-by-phone at 800-745-3000. Released a year ago, "Welcome Home" is the band's seventh album, and it earned the group a Grammy nomination for the lead single, "My Old Man". The nomination is the ninth for the group's members, to go with three GRAMMY wins. Read More »

Warm this afternoon, but snow is in the forecast


Temperatures won't dip quite as low as they were last weekend, according to National Weather Service meteorologist Bill Gartner. "There is a lot of ice", he said. Glen Gosnell, Washington County's director of public safety, said his office has been monitoring the Mettawee River and Batten Kill, but hadn't heard of any potential problem spots. Read More »

Police investigating report of man cutting off girl's hijab


According to CBC News , Khawlah Noman, who attends the Pauline Johnson Junior Public School, said she "felt the man behind her" so she turned around to see what was up. The outrage that two young, innocent, Canadian kids could face such an ugly attack over a hijab clearly struck a nerve. Afterward, according to Sidhu, the girl noticed a 12-inch cut from the bottom up on the back of her hijab. Read More »

Vatican paper calls 's---hole' remarks 'harsh and offensive'

The United Nations human rights office said it had no doubt Trump's remarks were " racist ", while the Vatican newspaper branded them as "particularly harsh and offensive". Trump said, "Why do we want all these people from Africa here?" Democratic Sen. Dick Durbin , who was in the meeting, disputed the president account. Read More »