Missing childen with autism 

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14. toukokuuta 2018 22:47:42

Rita Ora apologizes to those 'hurt' by new song 'Girls' after backlash 

Billboard
When Rita Ora teamed up with modern superstars Charli XCX, Cardi B and Bebe Rexha for her new single "Girls," people were naturally excited to see the star come back to music. Unfortunately for Ora, that hype was seriously undercut by some of the lyrics to her song.... read more
 
14. toukokuuta 2018 22:46:45 Categories: Billboard

At least 52 Palestinians killed in deadliest Gaza border clashes 

FOX News
At least three of the 52 Palestinians reportedly killed Monday in clashes ahead of the Jerusalem opening of the U.S. Embassy to Israel were "armed terrorists" caught trying to plant a bomb near the Gaza border fence, Israel's military said.... read more
 
14. toukokuuta 2018 22:45:00 Categories: FOX News

Prosecuting border-crossers straining courts; will 'zero tolerance' make it worse? 

Los Angeles Times
The Mexican migrant, slouching in his baggy jail garb, was caught crossing the border and the federal judge in San Diego wanted an explanation.... read more
 
14. toukokuuta 2018 22:44:00 Categories: Los Angeles Times

Ukraine-based Liverpool fan group pledge to help get Reds supporters to the Champions League final 

Liverpool Echo
Reds supporters in the city of Lviv have sprung into action in a bid to help Kopites struggling to find hotels for the Champions League final... read more
 
14. toukokuuta 2018 22:43:59 Categories: Liverpool Echo

Twitter wishes Gronkowski a happy birthday 

Touchdown Wire
See how people on Twitter wished Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski a happy birthday.... read more
 
14. toukokuuta 2018 22:41:25 Categories: Touchdown Wire

John Cena on Nikki Bella split: 'I had my heart broken out of nowhere' 

TODAY
During a visit to the fourth hour of TODAY Monday, the wrestler and actor got candid about what happened, what he's doing now and what he wants for the future.... read more
 
14. toukokuuta 2018 22:38:00 Categories: TODAY

Watch: Deadly haul of guns unveiled by police as firearms surrender is launched 

Birmingham Mail
Police discovered guns in a bag, hidden in a garden and guarded by two dogs... read more
 
14. toukokuuta 2018 22:33:02 Categories: Birmingham Mail

Cops: Girl Drowns While Mom Slept After Allegedly Taking Morphine 

People
<p>A 30-year-old Florida woman is facing an aggravated manslaughter charge two months after her 3-year-old daughter drowned in an algae-riddled pool while she slept, PEOPLE confirms.</p>... read more
 
14. toukokuuta 2018 22:33:00 Categories: People

5 Things We Learned From Tiffani Thiessen's New Cookbook 

Delish
Her favorite recipe has the sweetest mother-daughter backstory.... read more
 
14. toukokuuta 2018 22:32:26 Categories: Delish

The Only Pancake Mix You Should Bother Buying 

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<p>Using a recipe adapted from James Beard's American Cookery, Bubby's serves pancakes that are nearly six inches in diameter and so fluffy they practically bounce as you slice your fork through them.</p>... read more
 
14. toukokuuta 2018 22:30:52 Categories: a plate of food on a table

Winners, losers from Supreme Court's ruling on sports gambling 

Sports Illustrated
In accompanying Sports Illustrated articles, I break down keys from New Jersey's big win in the sports betting case before the U.S. Supreme Court and how the ruling will impact American sports. Who are the big winners from the ruling? How about the potential losers? Here's my list: Clear Winners 1. Chris Christie Former New Jersey Governor Chris Christie has had a rough go of it over the last couple of years. Throughout 2016, Christie was maligned by the Fort Lee Lane closure scandal. Christie's fortunes seemed to change on Nov. 8, 2016 when Donald Trump was elected President of the United States. Several months earlier, Trump had named the 55-year-old former prosecutor head of the Trump Transition team in the event Trump defeated former Secretary of State Hilary Clinton. Political experts wrote that Christie was primed for a major position in Trump's cabinet, such as Attorney General or Secretary of Homeland Security. But three days after winning the election, Trump abruptly re-assigned (i.e., fired) Christie. Some believe Trump's decision was payback of sorts. While Christie was a U.S. Attorney in the early 2000s he prosecuted Charles Kushner, father of Trump's son-in-law and close advisor, Jared Kushner. Others say that Christie had simply fallen out of favor with Trump for reasons unrelated to Kushner. Whatever the explanation for his abrupt ouster from Trump's inner circle, Christie would be sticking around New Jersey for the remainder of his gubernatorial term. Fast forward to June 2017. Christie had become almost politically radioactive, registering the lowest gubernatorial approval ratings in New Jersey history. A whopping 81% of New Jersey residents polled disapproved of Christie's performance as governor. Even Christie's beloved Dallas Cowboys disappointed in 2017. Christie left office in January. Until Monday, the sports betting case had also been a loser for Christie. He lost in both federal district and federal appeals courts. It seemed the pro leagues, the NCAA and Justice Department had effectively debunked New Jersey's legal arguments and, by extension, the decision of Christie to pursue sports betting. Then came Justice Samuel Alito's opinion and order. Suddenly, Christie looks like a genius. He correctly reasoned that the federal government's theory of regulating sports betting on a federal level violated the U.S. Constitution. If Christie had not made the risky decision in 2012 to embrace the Sports Wagering Act (co-sponsored by New Jersey Senators Raymond Lesniak and Jeff Van Drew) and take on pro leagues, the NCAA and eventually the Justice Department, it's unclear when-or if-the Supreme Court would have invalidated the federal sports betting ban. The case may have been renamed Christie v. NCAA to Murphy v. NCAA (on account of New Jersey's new governor, Phil Murphy, taking office in January), but named or not, Christie is the winner. 2. Casinos and racetracks in states where sports betting becomes legal Businesses that will soon become capable of taking bets on sports are the most obvious financial winners of the Supreme Court's ruling. As has been said many times in gambling, "the house" usually wins bets. Casinos and racetracks are poised to earn related revenue-including the money visitors spend on affiliated hotels and restaurants-as well. For owners and investors in these businesses, the Supreme Court's ruling is a gift. This is already apparent in New Jersey, where the Monmouth Park racetrack has received attention for its partnership with the London-based bookmaker William Hill. Now empowered by the Supreme Court's ruling, the partnership will enable Monmouth Park to operate a sports book. Expect other racetracks and casinos in New Jersey to follow suit. The same will hold true in Connecticut, Pennsylvania, West Virginia and other states that legalize sports betting. 3. People who are good at betting on sports While the house usually wins, some bettors are clearly "better" than others. This is true in sport betting, where research, analytics and attention to trends can significantly improve one's odds. There are, of course, elements of luck in sports. Players get hurt. Weather forecasts prove wrong. The list goes on. But for talented sports bettors, the Supreme Court's ruling will eventually open up new opportunities for them to back up their sports predictions with wagers. Their success could also lead them to obtain national profiles and accompanying endorsement deals. 4. Gambling compliance companies As explained more fully in an accompanying article, the Supreme Court allowing states to legalize sports betting shouldn't confused with states legalizing sports betting. The latter will require multiple steps, including adoption of sensible regulations on who is licensed to offer sports bets and who can place bets. Regulation will also impact the kinds of athletic contests for which wagers will be legal. To that end, each state that makes sports betting legal may devise unique approaches to these and related issues. Leagues and players' associations are also relevant figures in these discussions, particularly in regards to "integrity fees." These fees refer to payments to leagues (and possibly to players) for the costs incurred by leagues in monitoring and investigating sports betting activities. Taken together, these dynamics create opportunities for businesses with expertise in compliance to play larger roles in the American sports betting industry. There are a variety of compliance businesses that have operated in Las Vegas and other parts of the world where sports betting has been legal. They understand the needs of various stakeholders to ensure that bets do not interfere with the integrity of games. These companies will now enjoy new opportunities for business in the U.S. 5. Ted Olson For decades, attorney Theodore "Ted" Olson has played a uniquely influential role in the American legal system. He is best known for successfully arguing on behalf of then-Texas Governor George W. Bush in the 2000 U.S. Supreme Court case Bush v. Gore. Olson later became President George W. Bush's Solicitor General. More recently, Olson led a legal effort to successfully challenge California's "Prop 8" which had banned same-sex marriages. He also has successfully represented Apple in its battle with the FBI over access to encrypted data. Olson has also played a critical role in American sports law. He argued for NFL players during the 2011 NFL lockout and was retained by Tom Brady to take on the NFL in Deflategate. Christie and New Jersey also called on Olson to persuade the U.S. Supreme Court that the federal ban on states' licensing sports betting was unconstitutional. It looks like they made the right call. Losers and Potential Losers 1. Pro leagues, the NCAA and the Justice Department After winning before federal district and federal circuit appeals courts, the leagues, NCAA and the Justice Department likely believed they had successfully defended the Professional and Amateur Sports Protection Act of 1992 (PASPA) once and for all. In the early 90s, the leagues had lobbied for this law on grounds that sports betting endangers the integrity of games and invites corrupt persons into the orbit of managers, coaches and players. On Monday, those arguments failed to persuade a majority of U.S. Supreme Court justices. All is not lost for these losing parties. As I detail in an accompanying piece, the leagues stand to earn considerable revenue from sports betting through integrity fees. They (and teams owners) could also earn direct revenue through ownership of casinos and sports books. Also, as NBA commissioner Adam Silver has advocated, the leagues, NCAA and other interested parties could propose a different federal law and lobby for it. A law that makes... read more
 
14. toukokuuta 2018 22:30:23 Categories: Sports Illustrated

Double murderer deems jail term 'excessive' 

Daily Mail
On Monday, double murderer Bo Olsson requested the Court of Criminal Appeal overturn his prison term because he confessed, lead police to the women's bodies and had pleaded guilty.... read more
 
14. toukokuuta 2018 22:30:00 Categories: Daily Mail

Chris Hemsworth broke love 'pact' 

BANG Showbiz
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14. toukokuuta 2018 22:30:00 Categories: BANG Showbiz

Elon Musk announces a major shakeup at Tesla 

CNBC
Tesla will begin the restructuring process CEO Elon Musk discussed on a conference call in early May.... read more
 
14. toukokuuta 2018 22:30:00 Categories: CNBC

The expensive, heated governor's race you're not paying attention to 

Vox.com
There's a governor's race in the fastest-growing state in the country: Idaho.... read more
 
14. toukokuuta 2018 22:30:00 Categories: Vox.com

Grill Your Dessert, Never Look Back 

Food52
<p>You may not know it yet, but your trusty grill wasn't made for just meat and veggies.</p>... read more
 
14. toukokuuta 2018 22:30:00 Categories: Food52

Why there will be a change in Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp before Kiev - and time to herald Dejan Lovren 

Liverpool Echo
The Telegraph's Chris Bascombe guests on our Weekend Verdict podcast on the LFC Echo app... read more
 
14. toukokuuta 2018 22:28:25 Categories: Liverpool Echo

Opinion: Legalized sports gambling a win for millions of fans 

USA TODAY SPORTS
Supreme Court ruling strikes down federal law and puts the power to legalize sports betting in the hands of the states.... read more
 
14. toukokuuta 2018 22:28:15 Categories: USA TODAY SPORTS

Royal Academy celebrates its 250th birthday with £56m makeover 

The Independent
The presence of the morning sun gaily flooding into the new horseshoe-shaped Benjamin West Lecture Theatre made the sense of self-congratulatory triumph that much more emphatic.... read more
 
14. toukokuuta 2018 22:27:00 Categories: The Independent
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