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teen asked if he’d have sex with his parents during tgi friday’s job interview


daniel dougherty, an 18-year-old apprentice engineer, was caught off guard while interviewing for a job at a local tgi friday’s in derby, england earlier this month. interviewers apparently asked him a series of inappropriate and bizarre questions — to say the least.“would you rather sh*t a brick or cry a glass?” was one of the questions dougherty was asked. he was also asked if he’d “rather watch his parents have sex for a year or join in just for the start.” the interviewer was believed to be a bartender on staff at the friday’s.“the questioning started quite normally, and he asked for my previous experience,” according to dougherty. “but after five minutes the interviewer began plucking questions out of thin air. when he asked me if i would sleep with my parents for a year or just join






derek carr's good samaritan act makes 49ers fan's day


derek carr doesn’t just help save nfl teams, the raiders quarterback proved tuesday he’s there for anyone in need.no matter which team you root for. just ask local music producer ron reeser, who ran out of gas in dublin and couldn’t believe who came to his aid. reeser told bill williamson of all.22 he wasn’t having the best of days when his car ran out of gas on the side of the road. reeser was getting ready to walk toward a gas station with his gas can when a man in a black suv pulled up.“the man asked me if everything was ok,” reeser said. “i said i ran out of gas. he said, `hop in, i’ll take you.’ ”the two men began talking and reeser said the man asked him what he did for a living. so they talked about music for a bit before reeser asked what the good samaritan’s line of work was.“he s






st james's hospital patient asked to sleep in shower room


an asthma patient was reduced to tears after being asked to sleep in a hospital shower room due to pressures on bed space. lyn dexter was taken to st james's university hospital in leeds after falling seriously ill on sunday.the 68-year-old was asked on wednesday by a ward sister if her bed could be wheeled into a shower room to free up space on the ward.leeds teaching hospitals nhs trust said it was "very sorry this happened".st james's hospital patient asked to sleep in shower room






st james's hospital patient was asked to sleep in shower room


an asthma patient was reduced to tears after being asked to sleep in a hospital shower room due to pressures on bed space. lyn dexter was taken to st james's university hospital in leeds after falling seriously ill on sunday.the 68-year-old was asked on wednesday by a ward sister if her bed could be wheeled into a shower room to free up space on the ward.leeds teaching hospitals nhs trust said it was "very sorry this happened".st james's hospital patient was asked to sleep in shower room






nigel owens asked to be chemically castrated


rugby union referee nigel owens tells kirsty young that he asked to be chemically castrated after realising he was gay.you can listen to the full desert island discs interview on iplayerrugby ref nigel owens asked to be chemically castrated






muhammad ali jr. says he was target of religious profiling


the son of the late three-time heavyweight champion and humanitarian muhammad ali said he was a target of religious profiling when he was stopped and questioned by u.s. immigration agents earlier this month while traveling from jamaica with his mother.appearing on “cbs this morning” monday, muhammad ali jr. and his mother, khalilah camacho ali, said that they had just arrived at fort lauderdale-hollywood international airport on february 7, and were headed toward baggage claim when they were stopped. both were in wheelchairs, because of their knees. muhammad ali jr. and his mother, khalilah camacho ali, on “cbs this morning.” cbs news “immigration came up to me and pulled me aside and asked me my name first and i said ‘muhammad ali.’ and he said, ‘what religion are you?’ and i said, ‘musli






affordable care act replacement will “take a while to formulate” – the denver po


february 23, 2017, 3:18 pm garner, iowa – when a voter here asked if sen. charles grassley supports a probe of president donald trump’s tax returns, the republican senator gave a qualified “yes.” in virginia, asked about russian interference in the presidential election, rep. david brat said an investigator should “follow the rule of law wherever it leads.” and in arkansas, sen. tom cotton told...






‘these tools wouldn’t be used against americans’


according to a massive document dump from wikileaks, the cia is spying on americans through malware on cell phones and samsung televisions. former cia director michael hayden told stephen colbert on tuesday’s “late show” that the claim is false. “if they were, would you say yes?” colbert asked. hayden said he would. “is that a true answer?” colbert asked and hayden said it was. “i don’t believe you.” “look, i can tell you that these tools would not be used against an american,” he said, noting “there are some bad people in the world who have samsung tvs…so, the nsa develops tools. the cia develops tools that we can use.” “how is that not possible?” colbert asked hayden. he noted that the government has already worked to wiretap those it deems a threat, including those with russian ties. “w






lock the lock screen out of revealing secrets and listening to siri


a twitter user recounted a familiar story of a lost iphone that resonated with a lot of people just a few days ago. the person behind @afronomics_ said she found another woman’s phone in the bathroom. she noted, i asked siri what’s my name. it pulled up her info. cool. i asked siri who do i call most. pulled up her recent calls. cool. the whole thread is good reading. (the account owner uses colorful language and may be inappropriate to peruse at a workplace.) i tested the list of things she noted, and i had slightly different results, but no less concerning. siri required that i unlock my phone when i asked, “where do i live?” but when i said, “directions to my home,” ios provided those without a beat. when i asked my wife’s and kids’ names, i was told to unlock, but my most recent call c






priyanka chopra was asked if her nose is original!


priyanka chopra was asked if her nose is original!bollywood’s most successful import to the west, priyanka chopra is literally on every american tv show, the latest one being the view as a co-host.while discussing each other's body shaming episodes, here’s the one priyanka shared…"before i be e an actor, i met a producer about the possibility of acting. i was a beauty pageant winner at that time, miss world. and he said that everything was wrong about me. he said my nose was not proportionate, the shape of my body was not proportionate."to which host joy behar asked, "is that your original nose?"priyanka replied saying, "yes, this is my original nose. there is such a false perception about what women should look like and what our bodies should look like. especially when you are in the busi






sessions asks 46 us attorneys to resign; bharara’s future unclear


u.s. attorney general jeff sessions on friday asked for the resignations of the 46 remaining united states attorneys in the country who had been appointed by the obama administration, and robert capers, the u.s. attorney for the eastern district, which includes long island, promptly resigned.but the status of the more widely publicized united states attorney for the southern district, preet bharara, also a democratic appointee, whose area includes manhattan, was not immediately clear.most popular nation storieswhen asked if bharara had been asked to resign, sarah isgur flores, sessions’ chief spokesperson, said in an e-mail: “the request for u.s. attorneys to tender their resignation applies to all senate-confirmed u.s. atttorneys.see alsotell us: how is trump doing?more coveragedonald tru






in rodrigo duterte’s philippines, a tale of two rallies


political tensions deepened in the philippines after the country’s justice secretary asked tens of thousands of president rodrigo duterte’s supporters who else they would like to see locked up, a day after police had arrested a prominent antigovernment senator.“who do you want next?” vitaliano aguirre ii asked the huge crowd that gathered late saturday in support of mr. duterte and his bloody war on illegal drugs....






sessions asks 46 us attorneys to resign; bharara’s future unclear


u.s. attorney general jeff sessions on friday asked for the resignations of the 46 remaining united states attorneys in the country who had been appointed by the obama administration, and robert capers, the u.s. attorney for the eastern district, which includes long island, promptly resigned.but the status of the more widely publicized united states attorney for the southern district, preet bharara, also a democratic appointee, whose area includes manhattan, was not immediately clear.most popular nation storieswhen asked if bharara had been asked to resign, sarah isgur flores, sessions’ chief spokesperson, said in an e-mail: “the request for u.s. attorneys to tender their resignation applies to all senate-confirmed u.s. atttorneys.”see alsotell us: how is trump doing?more coveragedonald tr






mike holmgren, me and six people walk into a bar...


so i get on the media el elevator on wednesday night at the super bowl. there are seven people already in the cab: mike holmgren and six people who don't recognize him.they asked him whether he was connected to an nfl team. he said yes. they asked to see his ring. he cheerfully extended his hand.they asked what team he won it with. ``packers,'' he said.when? ``it was 1996,'' he said. ``twenty years ago.''i covered holmgren frequently when i was on the vikings beat. he said hello, but probably didn't remember me. he was just being friendly.the elevator was nearing the ground floor. the doors opened, holmgren held them open for everyone to exit, and he received one more question from a man drinking a large beer.``player or coach?''holmgren smiled. ``coach,'' he said, and gave me a wink.souha






‘who gives a sh*t’ if trump goes to ‘bullsh*t’ white house correspondents’ dinne


comedian john oliver was approached by tmz on tuesday and was asked about the significance of president donald trump skipping the white house correspondents’ dinner. “how big of a deal is this?” they asked.“it is zero deal … i think it’s meaningless,” oliver replied. “if you can find yourself prioritizing being annoyed by that, then that’s pretty impressive.” oliver said he would list trump not attending the whcd as maybe the “250th most concerning thing at the moment,” noting there are many more priorities.“who gives a sh*t?” oliver said, laughing. “there are thousands of things that are more concerning than that — than him not going to a dinner, which is kind of bullsh*t anyway.” tmz asked what oliver thinks trump might be doing instead, “do you think he’s secretly in a room where he’s a






rant & rave: couldn’t you have asked me to move, officer?


readers rave about doc not recommending surgery, rant about ticket without warning.rave to my orthopedic surgeon, who said surgery wasn’t necessary to repair my broken foot, even though the er said it was. considering recent news about hospitals and doctors focusing on the bottom line to the detriment of patients, i’m thankful for my surgeon’s honesty and integrity.rant to the police officer who wrote me a $53 ticket for parking in a commercial loading zone while i sat in my car for five minutes waiting for my husband to retrieve two heavy boxes from his downtown office on a saturday, with few cars on the street and no commercial vehicles in sight. i asked the officer why he simply hadn’t knocked on my window and asked me to move. he handed me the ticket and told me i could request a heari






bob knight wants the last word on everything. why do we bother listening?


twelve days ago, shortly after his team had pulled out a draining and dramatic overtime win over penn in the semifinals of the inaugural ivy league basketball tournament, princeton coach mitch henderson walked into the back of the interview room. he was standing in a corner, waiting to be called to the podium, when he caught my eye.i waved and mouthed, "congratulations." he nodded, then urgently waved me over. i couldn't imagine what he wanted to tell me, but thought he might want to share something that would help my column.i walked over and we shook hands."so what's the deal with your guy knight?" he asked.a little more than 24 hours earlier, bob knight had told dan patrick during a radio interview that he wished all the people who had been in charge at indiana when he was fired had died






brazil top prosecutor requests permission to investigate politicians


brasília—brazil’s attorney general on tuesday asked the country’s supreme court for permission to start investigations targeting scores of politicians as part of the blockbuster operation car wash anticorruption probe.the requests are under seal, so the names on the list weren’t immediately revealed. attorney general rodrigo janot has asked the...






angry gop senator snaps at cnn reporter asking about trumpcare


sen. lisa murkowski (r-ak) on tuesday lashed at cnn’s manu raju after the journalist asked whether she supported the gop’s plan to repeal and replace the affordable care act.“can you support the house healthcare plan?” raju asked.“hey, would you give me a minute to get to my constituents, please?” mukowski shot back.“it’s a yes or no, do you support the house plan?” raju pressed.“would you please be respectful?” the gop senator demanded. “i’ve been sitting there for two hours, c’mon.”republicans are under pressure to support the repeal and replace plan, despite an abysmal score from the congressional budget office on monday that indicated 24 million american would lose health insurance coverage by 2026 if the gop plan passes.tuesday, senate minority leader chuck schumer (d-ny) asked if any






high profile us prosecutor bharara says he was fired


image copyrightepaimage caption preet bharara was initially asked, after the election, to remain in his post a new york federal prosecutor who refused to resign when he and 45 other prosecutors were asked to by the trump administration says he has been sacked."i did not resign. moments ago i was fired," said preet bharara on twitter.mr bharara was first asked to remain in his post by president donald trump, when they met after the election.but on friday he was included in a list of prosecutors appointed by former president barack obama who were asked by the justice department to step down.mr bharara's tweet continued: "being the us attorney in sdny (south district new york) will forever be the greatest honor of my professional life."presidents often order appointees of the previous adminis






gorsuch on trump: 'no man is above the law'


supreme court nominee neil gorsuch said tuesday that "no man is above the law" when pressed on whether president donald trump could reinstitute torture as a u.s. interrogation method.the exchange with republican sen. lindsey graham of south carolina came on day two of gorsuch's confirmation hearing to fill the 13-month vacancy on the supreme court.graham suggested trump might be watching the hearing, and asked gorsuch what would happen if the president tried to reinstate waterboarding, the now-banned torture technique that trump embraced on the campaign trail. graham suggested that trump "might get impeached" if he tried to do so."senator, the impeachment power belongs to this body," gorsuch said, but when graham followed up on whether trump could be subject to prosecution, gorsuch said: "






the latest: gorsuch pushes back on former student account


washington — the latest on senate confirmation hearings for supreme court nominee judge neil gorsuch (all times edt):1:30 p.m.neil gorsuch says he was just reading out of a law textbook. but a one of his former law students said he implied in class that many female job applicants unfairly manipulate companies by hiding plans to begin families.jennifer r. sisk provided her recollections of the class in a letter friday to the senate judiciary committee.the supreme court nominee said he was just reading questions in an ethics law textbook that asked what a woman would do if an older male partner asks if she's going to get pregnant soon.he said the answers are to tell the truth, lie or push back in some way. he said he asked how many women had been asked questions like that, and many raised th






high profile us prosecutor bharara says he was fired


image copyrightepaimage caption preet bharara was initially asked, after the election, to remain in his post a new york federal prosecutor who refused to resign when he and 45 other prosecutors were asked to by the trump administration says he has been sacked."i did not resign. moments ago i was fired," said preet bharara on twitter.mr bharara was first asked to remain in his post by president donald trump, when they met after the election.but on friday he was included in a list of prosecutors appointed by former president barack obama who were asked by the justice department to step down.mr bharara's tweet continued: "being the us attorney in sdny (south district new york) will forever be the greatest honor of my professional life."presidents often order appointees of the previous adminis






house panel wants any evidence trump's phones were tapped


washington — the house intelligence committee has asked the executive branch for any evidence that would support president donald trump's claim that his phones were tapped at trump tower during last year's election.a senior congressional aide says that the committee has asked that the information be provided by monday.the aide says the request comes in a letter sent by the committee chairman, devin nunes of california, and the panel's ranking democrat, adam schiff of california. other lawmakers have made similar requests.the aide isn't authorized to discuss the request by name and requested anonymity.trump has said his predecessor, barack obama, had the phones tapped. trump has not provided evidence to support his claim and has asked congress to investigate.






defense attorneys question bias among witnesses in philando castile police killi


attorneys for st. anthony, minnesota, police officer jeronimo yanez, who fatally shot a black school cafeteria worker in a suburb of minneapolis last year, have asked prosecutors to present any evidence their witnesses may be biased or unreliable. the motion from yanez’s three attorneys asked the ramsey county district court to order prosecutors to “disclose both…






sunshine will help spaceport america succeed


commentary: i wasn’t looking to pick a fight with spaceport america. i hope to watch launches with my daughter in the coming years. i want this project to succeed.i also believe you should have access to information about our state’s massive investment in a project that could transform our economy. you deserve the ability to help make that happen.heath haussamenpublic scrutiny makes government better. transparency will help the spaceport succeed.unfortunately, there are forces trying to hide information about the spaceport from the public. they say secrecy is necessary to compete with other space facilities.i first became aware of their efforts last month. two spaceport officials called me out of the blue. they said they wanted to answer any questions i had.i asked how much tenants are pay






sessions asks 46 u.s. attorneys to resign; bharara’s future unclear


u.s. attorney general jeff sessions on friday asked for the resignations of the 46 remaining united states attorneys in the country who had been appointed by the obama administration, and robert capers, the u.s. attorney for the eastern district, which includes long island, promptly resigned.the status of the more prominent u.s. attorney in manhattan, preet bharara, was less clear friday night, but signs pointed to an unexpected end for a celebrated tenure that made him the scourge of both wall street fraudsters and crooked new york politicians.most popular nation storieswhen asked if bharara, also a democratic appointee, had been asked to resign, sarah isgur flores, sessions’ chief spokesperson, said in an e-mail: “the request for u.s. attorneys to tender their resignation applies to all






sessions asks 46 u.s. attorneys to resign; bharara’s future unclear


u.s. attorney general jeff sessions on friday asked for the resignations of the 46 remaining united states attorneys in the country who had been appointed by the obama administration, and robert capers, the u.s. attorney for the eastern district, which includes long island, promptly resigned.the status of the more prominent u.s. attorney in manhattan, preet bharara, was less clear friday night, but signs pointed to an unexpected end for a celebrated tenure that made him the scourge of both wall street fraudsters and crooked new york politicians.most popular nation storieswhen asked if bharara, also a democratic appointee, had been asked to resign, sarah isgur flores, sessions’ chief spokesperson, said in an e-mail: “the request for u.s. attorneys to tender their resignation applies to all






trump protesters asked to leave lpga tour event


phoenix — about a dozen people protesting the u.s. women's open being played at a course president donald trump owns left peacefully after security officials asked them to leave the front entrance of the lpga tour's bank of hope founders cup.members of the group ultraviolet protested for less than 30 minutes before they were asked to leave the jw marriott phoenix desert ridge resort & spa on saturday. ultraviolet said a plane was set to fly over the course later with a banner reading "lpga: take a mulligan. dump sexist trump."the u.s. golf association-run u.s. women's open is july 13-16 at trump national golf club in bedminster, new jersey, a few miles from the usga's headquarters in far hills. the lpga tour released a statement, noting that the "usga not the lpga owns and operates the eve






preet bharara, high profile us prosecutor, says he was fired


image copyrightepaimage caption preet bharara was initially asked, after the election, to remain in his post a new york federal prosecutor who refused to resign when he and 45 other prosecutors were asked to by the trump administration says he has been sacked."i did not resign. moments ago i was fired," said preet bharara on twitter.mr bharara was first asked to remain in his post by president donald trump, when they met after the election.but on friday he was included in a list of prosecutors appointed by former president barack obama who were asked by the justice department to step down.mr bharara's tweet continued: "being the us attorney in sdny (south district new york) will forever be the greatest honour of my professional life."presidents often order appointees of the previous admini






preet bharara, high profile us prosecutor, says he was fired


image copyrightepaimage caption preet bharara was initially asked, after the election, to remain in his post a new york federal prosecutor who refused to resign when he and 45 other prosecutors were asked to by the trump administration says he has been sacked."i did not resign. moments ago i was fired," said preet bharara on twitter.mr bharara was first asked to remain in his post by president donald trump, when they met after the election.but on friday he was included in a list of prosecutors appointed by former president barack obama who were asked by the justice department to step down.mr bharara's tweet continued: "being the us attorney in sdny (south district new york) will forever be the greatest honour of my professional life."presidents often order appointees of the previous admini






preet bharara, high profile us prosecutor, says he was fired


image copyrightepaimage caption preet bharara was initially asked, after the election, to remain in his post a new york federal prosecutor who refused to resign when he and 45 other prosecutors were asked to by the trump administration says he has been sacked."i did not resign. moments ago i was fired," said preet bharara on twitter.mr bharara was first asked to remain in his post by president donald trump, when they met after the election.but on friday he was included in a list of prosecutors appointed by former president barack obama who were asked by the justice department to step down.mr bharara's tweet continued: "being the us attorney in sdny (south district new york) will forever be the greatest honour of my professional life."presidents often order appointees of the previous admini






preet bharara, high-profile us prosecutor, says he was fired


image copyrightepaimage caption preet bharara was initially asked, after the election, to remain in his post a new york federal prosecutor who refused to resign when he and 45 other prosecutors were asked to by the trump administration says he has been sacked."i did not resign. moments ago i was fired," said preet bharara on twitter.mr bharara was first asked to remain in his post by president donald trump, when they met after the election.but on friday he was included in a list of prosecutors appointed by former president barack obama who were asked by the justice department to step down.mr bharara's tweet continued: "being the us attorney in sdny (south district new york) will forever be the greatest honour of my professional life."presidents often order appointees of the previous admini






preet bharara, high profile us prosecutor, says he was fired


image copyrightepaimage caption preet bharara was initially asked, after the election, to remain in his post a new york federal prosecutor who refused to resign when he and 45 other prosecutors were asked to by the trump administration says he has been sacked."i did not resign. moments ago i was fired," said preet bharara on twitter.mr bharara was first asked to remain in his post by president donald trump, when they met after the election.but on friday he was included in a list of prosecutors appointed by former president barack obama who were asked by the justice department to step down.mr bharara's tweet continued: "being the us attorney in sdny (south district new york) will forever be the greatest honour of my professional life."presidents often order appointees of the previous admini






donald trump asked emma thompson on a date


var _ndnq = _ndnq || []; _ndnq.push([’embed’]);actress emma thompson said earlier this week she once turned down donald trump when he asked her on a date.she always seemed like a really smart woman.according to usa today, the “harry potter” star appeared on a norwegian-swedish talk show called skavlan. she said that while she was shooting the 1998 film, “primary colors,” trump invited her to stay in one of his properties (funny enough, she was playing a character that was, pretty much, hillary clinton).“i was in my trailer, and it was on the universal lot,” thompson said. “and i had just been divorced (from actor-producer kenneth branagh), and my decree absolute had just come through like the day before. anyway, so the phone rings in my trailer, which it’s never done before. i look at it,






trump meets with manufacturing ceos


washington — president donald trump is meeting at the white house with two dozen manufacturing ceos.trump told the executives that his policies will create millions of jobs, though he did not outline specific initiatives to drive that job growth.the president singled out lockheed martin ceo marillyn hewson, saying she was working on lowering the costs of f-35 fighter jets. referencing his campaign rival hillary clinton, he asked hewson if she thought the democrat would have asked for savings on the contracts.






trump meets with manufacturing ceos


washington (ap) — president donald trump is meeting at the white house with two dozen manufacturing ceos.trump told the executives that his policies will create millions of jobs, though he did not outline specific initiatives to drive that job growth.the president singled out lockheed martin ceo marillyn hewson, saying she was working on lowering the costs of f-35 fighter jets. referencing his campaign rival hillary clinton, he asked hewson if she thought the democrat would have asked for savings on the contracts.






no promises and no one above law, supreme court pick says


washington — supreme court nominee neil gorsuch declared tuesday he's made no promises to donald trump or anyone else about how he'll vote on abortion or other issues and testified he'll have no trouble as a justice holding anyone accountable, including the president who picked him.gorsuch also called trump's attacks on federal judges "disheartening" and "demoralizing."during the long second day of his senate confirmation hearings, gorsuch made two other notable statements in response to questions from members of the judiciary committee, and both also related to trump, who nominated him.republican lindsey graham of south carolina asked gorsuch whether trump had asked him to overturn roe v. wade, the case establishing a right to abortion, and what he would have done had trump asked him to d






morning forecast: cloudy, with chance of flurries


vice president mike pence took the stage at the anti-abortion march for life rally in washington, dc on friday. he declared that "life is winning again" following the election of donald trump.