Today in the city Spencer 18.12.2017
Twitter suspended Britain First leaders Paul Golding and Jayda Fransen in a massive hate purge (TWTR)

Twitter has begun purging xenophobic, racist, and other accounts affiliated with hate groups and hate speech on- or offline. Two of the first victims of the purge are the leader of the far-right group...


Tavis Smiley disputes sexual misconduct allegations and suspension: 'PBS made a huge mistake'

Tavis Smiley is defending himself following the suspension of his PBS talk show over allegations of sexual misconduct.  PBS suspended "Tavis Smiley" following an investigation that produced "multiple,...


20 celebrities who’ve gotten real about their experiences with postpartum depression

Many moms-to-be spend the entirety of their pregnancy painting an idyllic portrait of the first few weeks at home with their new baby. Even if everything else goes as planned, there’s no way to...


UFC on Fox 26 Results: Rafael Dos Anjos Beats Robbie Lawler by Decision

Rafael Dos Anjos picked up a statement win over Robbie Lawler via unanimous decision in the main event of UFC on Fox 26 from Bell MTS Place in Winnipeg, Manitoba on Saturday.  The welterweight to...


<p>10 things you need to know today: <em>December 16, 2017</em></p>

1. Republicans released their final tax bill Friday, the result of conference between House and Senate leadership. Dubbed the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, the bill includes $1.5 trillion in tax cuts. It mai...


Blippar's celebrity face-mashing app is filled with pictures of killers, terrorists, and dictators

A new app from augmented reality startup Blippar lets you superimpose your face onto celebrities like Mariah Carey and Mark Wahlberg — but also inadvertently suggests serial killers, terrorists,...


Paul Manafort's curfew is stricter than many high schoolers'

President Trump's former campaign chairman, Paul Manafort, has at long last managed to convince a U.S. District Court judge to allow him to leave the Virginia condominium where he's been serving his d...


Basic Legal Questions Stump Trump Judicial Nominee

Footage of Matthew Spencer Petersen was shared widely after Petersen struggled to answer basic legal questions posed at a confirmation hearing Wednesday.


Trump judicial nominee struggles to answer senator's legal questions

Matthew Spencer Petersen, a commissioner on the Federal Election Commission, had a tough time when quizzed on matters of law and his legal experience by Senator John Kennedy.



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