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  • Posted on Thursday November 15, 2018
    Ellen DeGeneres took Michelle Obama to Costco recently. In a preview of Obama's appearance on DeGeneres' eponymous talk show on Thursday, the host took to the keyboard while the former first lady signed copies of her new book, "Becoming." DeGeneres serenades the crowd while making humorous digs at Obama for mentioning Oprah Winfrey more than her in her memoir. The pair have been friends for years, and it's not the first time they've wreaked havoc in a store. Former first lady Michelle Obama recently held a signing for her new book, "Becoming," at a Costco, and she had an unlikely helper. Talk show host Ellen DeGeneres accompanied Obama to the store and provided some musical backdrop to the signing via the use of a keyboard. On Wednesday night, DeGeneres shared a preview clip ahead of Obama's appearance on "The Ellen DeGeneres Show" on Thursday, November 15. "Michelle Obama is here for the whole hour tomorrow. I'm so happy, I could sing," the host captioned the clip on Instagram. ... Continue Reading »
  • Posted on Thursday November 15, 2018
    Judge Timothy Kelly will decide at 3 p.m. ET on Thursday whether to impose a temporary restraining order, giving back Jim Acosta's White House pass.  The CNN reporter was barred on November 8 for asking consecutive questions to Trump, despite an intern's best efforts to stop him. The US Justice Department stood by the ban saying: "No journalist has a First Amendment right to enter the White House." The Judge presiding over CNN's lawsuit against the Trump administration said he will decide whether to impose a "temporary restraining order" to return Jim Acosta's press pass, at 3 p.m. on Thursday.  On Wednesday, Judge Timothy J. Kelly heard the arguments for a "temporary restraining order and preliminary injunction" from CNN's lawyers, and said he was have a decision on the restraining order at 3 p.m. on Thursday, CNN said. The ban was imposed after Acosta asked a string of questions on November 7 which made Trump label him "a rude, terrible person." CNN's lawsuit, submitted on Tuesday, asked for a "temporary restraining order and a preliminary injunction that would restore his pass right away," ... Continue Reading »
  • Posted on Thursday November 15, 2018
    Facebook has ended its relationship with a PR firm which the New York Times reported had circulated reports to journalists claiming that George Soros was quietly backing anti-Facebook groups. Facebook cut ties with the Republican-linked Definers Public Affairs on Wednesday night, less than 24 hours after the Times' explosive report. Soros has previously been a target for right-wing conspiracy theories, many of them anti-Semitic. Facebook admitted in a post on Thursday that Definers encouraged members of the press to look into ties between Soros and a group called "Freedom from Facebook," and said the intention was to show that the group was not a "grassroots campaign" but rather was being funded by "a well-known critic of our company." "To suggest that this was an anti-Semitic attack is reprehensible and untrue," Facebook said. Facebook swiftly cut ties with a PR firm after a New York Times report said the company tried to blame a rise in anti-Facebook sentiment on billionaire George Soros. Facebook announced in a post that it ended its relationship with Definers Public Affairs on Wednesday night, less than 24 hours ... Continue Reading »
  • Posted on Thursday November 15, 2018
    The queen eats bananas with a knife and fork, according to a former royal chef. She prefers this technique so she doesn't look "like a monkey." Her Majesty is a famously healthy eater. From the Duchess of Sussex's penchant for acai bowls to Prince Charles' dislike of lunch, the eating habits of the royal family never fail to fascinate. It's no secret that the queen is partial to a gin or two, but she also likes to eat healthily. As anyone aiming to hit their five-a-day would, the sovereign enjoys her fruit. However, she apparently has a somewhat unconventional technique for eating bananas. Queen Elizabeth II eats bananas with a knife and fork in order to avoid looking "like a monkey," according to former royal chef Darren McGrady. In his book, "Eating Royally," The Sun reports that McGrady (who was also personal chef to the Princess of Wales) reveals that the queen's preferred method of eating a banana is to cut off the top and bottom, slice through the skin lengthways to allow easy removal, chop the fruit into small pieces, and then eat ... Continue Reading »
  • Posted on Thursday November 15, 2018
    Saudi Arabia's public prosecutor says it has indicted 11 suspects over the death of journalist Jamal Khashoggi, and has requested the death penalty for five of them. Riyadh has repeatedly tried to distance its leadership, particularly Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, from the killing. The Saudi prosecutor also said it was waiting for Turkish intelligence to pass over evidence of Khashoggi's death, including an audio recording that purportedly captures Khashoggi's last moments. Saudi Arabia is seeking the death penalty for five suspects involved in the killing of journalist Jamal Khashoggi. In a Thursday statement the Saudi Public Prosecutor said that it had indicted 11 suspects over Khashoggi's death, and has requested the death penalty for five of them. None of the suspects were named. The five people who were recommended for the death penalty are charged with "ordering and committing the crime," the Public Prosecutor said. Khashoggi, a Saudi journalist who wrote critical articles about his country's government, died inside the Saudi consulate in Istanbul on October 2. Riyadh changed its narrative of the death multiple times, having initially claimed that Khashoggi safely ... Continue Reading »
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