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ireland p ed a bill making it the first country to divest from fossil fuel


why it matters to you the landmark legislation is a symbolic move from a relatively small country that could pave the way for others to join in preserving the planet's natural resources.the environmentally conscious are bemoaning the renewed controversy around the dakota access pipeline, but there may be a silver lining overseas. in a decisive victory for the earth, ireland has become the world’s first country to completely divest from fossil fuels. in a 90 to 53 vote, the irish parliament p ed legislation that will drop coal, oil, and gas investments from its $8.56 billion ireland strategic investment fund.the bill was introduced by deputy thomas pringle, and while it’s not officially law yet (it still awaits review by ireland’s financial committee), chances of its ultimate p age are hig






fans flock to oak grill, skyroom as 113-year minneapolis tradition ends


determined to reverse eight years of a democratic administration, house republicans are on track to overturn a handful of rules finalized in president barack obama's final months in office to deal with climate change, federal contracting and background checks for gun ownership.






update on: 2017 awards season: on the sag awards red carpet stars speak out on t


stars hit the red carpet in style for the 23rd screen actors guild awards where "manchester by the sea" leads the field among the film nominees with four total nominations, with "fences" and "moonlight" also in the running for three awards each. film and television actors alike did not shy away from discussing the current political climate at this event meant to celebrate their craft.






french leader chides us populism, urges european unity


lisbon, portugal — french president francois hollande on urday urged europe to present a united front against populist movements which, he said, are being encouraged by political developments in the united states."europe is facing a moment of truth," hollande said. "the issue is populism. what we are hearing from the u.s. encourages populism and even extremism. they are saying that europe should not take immigrants, shouldn't stay together, not believe in climate change."european union countries should stick to their principles and defend their interests — and stand firm in talks with u.s. president donald trump, hollande said."europe should be true to itself. it should guide itself according to its values, its principles, and its interests," hollande said on the sidelines of an informal m






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2017 awards season: on the sag awards red carpet stars speak out on the current


sterling k. brown, star of "this is us" and "the people v. o.j. simpson: american crime story" took time during his jaunt down the sag awards red carpet to chat "alternative facts" and the current state of american politics. tell us an "alternative fact" about hollywood. "when i go home to st. louis, i get a lot of questions about the illuminati. several, in fact. i'm like, "no, ma, no. it's not." if there’s was to be made a movie about the current political climate, would you want to be in it and who would you play? i’d probably want to play outgoing president barack obama, but that wouldn't be good casting. i don’t know who i would want to be. that story's going to be told 20 to 30 years from now. what the movie says, what the message is, has yet to be determined. at this point br






anger erupts over trump's order banning refugees from us


london — anger erupted in europe on urday about u.s. president donald trump's ban on refugees entering the united states.the french president vigorously urged european leaders to present a united front against populism while the german foreign minister noted that "love thy neighbor" is a key part of america's christian traditions. turkey's prime minister insisted that "you cannot settle this issue by building walls."in israel, meanwhile, prime minister benjamin netanyahu greeted trump's plan to build a wall on the u.s.-mexico border as a "great idea."___french president francois hollande"europe is facing a moment of truth. the issue is populism. what we are hearing from the u.s. encourages populism and even extremism. they are saying that europe should not take immigrants, shouldn't stay t






as the white house changes course on climate change, california stubbornly press


three consecutive state administrations have pushed the state’s policies forward. gov. gray davis, a democrat, approved the country’s first rules for regulating greenhouse gases from vehicle tailpipes. gov. arnold schwarzenegger, a republican, signed legislation setting an overall goal for reducing emissions in the state. last year brown enacted another law setting a new, stiffer target.a broad network of organizations — environmentalists, energy entrepreneurs and developers of carbon offset projects — has sprouted and expanded around these policies.as further evidence, the conference hosted by state officials wasn’t even the only event in sacramento last week dedicated to california’s climate agenda. another gathering across town drew visitors from as far away as australia to discuss the






uw scientists unsure of federal funds in trump era


as confusing and conflicting tweets, leaks and directives fly from the new administration in washington, d.c., many local researchers are unsure about what’s in store for their work and the role of science in america.a few days after donald trump was sworn in as president, university of washington graduate student sarah o’neal got word that her fate was in limbo.o’neal’s research on alaska’s salmon fisheries is funded through an environmental protection agency fellowship. but the new administration imposed a freeze on some epa spending and contracts, and no one could tell o’neal what that meant for her project.“i may or may not get paid on monday,” she said. “i told my landlord i might not be able to pay the rent.”a statement from the epa on friday said the freeze on grants like the fellow






anger erupts over trump’s order banning refugees from us


london (ap) — anger erupted in europe on urday about u.s. president donald trump’s ban on refugees entering the united states.the french president vigorously urged european leaders to present a united front against populism while the german foreign minister noted that “love thy neighbor” is a key part of america’s christian traditions. turkey’s prime minister insisted that “you cannot settle this issue by building walls.”in israel, meanwhile, prime minister benjamin netanyahu greeted trump’s plan to build a wall on the u.s.-mexico border as a “great idea.”___most read storiesunlimited digital access. $1 for 4 weeks.french president francois hollande“europe is facing a moment of truth. the issue is populism. what we are hearing from the u.s. encourages populism and even extremism. they are






dapper meets glamour on the sag red carpet


stars hit the red carpet in style for the 23rd screen actors guild awards where "manchester by the sea" leads the field among the film nominees with four total nominations, with "fences" and "moonlight" also in the running for three awards each. film and television actors alike did not shy away from discussing the current political climate at this event meant to celebrate their craft.






anger erupts over trump's order banning refugees from us


london — anger erupted on urday — along with some praise from the far-right — about u.s. president donald trump's ban on refugees entering the united states.the french president vigorously urged european leaders to present a united front against populism while the german foreign minister noted that "love thy neighbor" is a key part of america's christian traditions. turkey's prime minister insisted that "you cannot settle this issue by building walls."in israel, meanwhile, prime minister benjamin netanyahu greeted trump's plan to build a wall on the u.s.-mexico border as a "great idea."___french president francois hollande"europe is facing a moment of truth. the issue is populism. what we are hearing from the u.s. encourages populism and even extremism. they are saying that europe should n






where are the trees? not paris, new 'green view index' finds


boston — where are the trees? more important, where aren't the trees? a lab at the m achusetts institute of technology is helping some of the world's cities answer both questions in an attempt to make them more pleasant places to live and work.in an effort to enhance the critical role trees play in urban environments — providing cooling shade, alleviating air and noise pollution, and easing the effects of climate change — the school's senseable city lab has developed an online platform that maps out the canopy in some major cities to make it easier for urban planners and ordinary citizens to see where more are needed.the project, called treepedia, uses google street view to create what the mit team calls the green view index.trees block shortwave radiation and increase water evaporation, c






let jerry brown turn california into a socialist utopia


california gov. jerry brown is worried a too-powerful federal government will interfere with the good governance of his state, dictate policy from faraway washington dc, and bring ruination to his people.now he knows how conservatives feel.in his state of the state address on tuesday, brown struck a defiant pose against the trump administration, vowing to resist “climate deniers” and any federal reforms that might affect california’s progressive policies. “we must prepare for uncertain times,” he said, citing threats to environmental regulations, obamacare, and illegal immigrant policies.“i recognize that under the constitution, federal law is supreme and that washington determines immigration policy,” he said. “but as a state we can and have had a role to play.”brown is right, states do h






french leader chides us populism, urges european unity


lisbon, portugal — french president francois hollande has urged europe to present a united front against populist movements which, he says, are being encouraged by political developments in the united states.hollande says that europe is facing is facing a moment of truth and must resist calls to deny climate change or bar access to refugees.hollande said urday on the sidelines of an informal meeting with six other eu leaders in lisbon, portugal that european union countries should stick to their principles and defend their interests.he said the eu has to be firm in its talks with u.s. president donald trump.this is a breaking news update. check back soon for further information. ap's earlier story is below.seven southern european leaders are holding a summit to emphasize their commitment t






where are the trees? not paris, new ‘green view index’ finds


boston (ap) — where are the trees? more important, where aren’t the trees? a lab at the m achusetts institute of technology is helping some of the world’s cities answer both questions in an attempt to make them more pleasant places to live and work.in an effort to enhance the critical role trees play in urban environments — providing cooling shade, alleviating air and noise pollution, and easing the effects of climate change — the school’s senseable city lab has developed an online platform that maps out the canopy in some major cities to make it easier for urban planners and ordinary citizens to see where more are needed.the project, called treepedia, uses google street view to create what the mit team calls the green view index.trees block shortwave radiation and increase water evaporati






anger erupts over trump’s order banning refugees from us


london (ap) — anger erupted on urday — along with some praise from the far-right — about u.s. president donald trump’s ban on refugees entering the united states.the french president vigorously urged european leaders to present a united front against populism while the german foreign minister noted that “love thy neighbor” is a key part of america’s christian traditions. turkey’s prime minister insisted that “you cannot settle this issue by building walls.”in israel, meanwhile, prime minister benjamin netanyahu greeted trump’s plan to build a wall on the u.s.-mexico border as a “great idea.”___most read storiesunlimited digital access. $1 for 4 weeks.french president francois hollande“europe is facing a moment of truth. the issue is populism. what we are hearing from the u.s. encourages po






2017 sag awards live updates


the 23rd screen actors guild awards have turned into a political affair with stars on the red carpet and on the podium directly addressing the political climate. julia louis-dreyfus, william h. macy and the cast of "orange is the new black" all mentioned president donald trump and his policies in accepting their awards. "manchester by the sea" leads the field among the film nominees with four nominations, with "fences" and "moonlight" also in the running for three awards each. live updates: 2017 sag awards complete list of 2017 sag awards winners and nominees






sterling k. brown weighs in on the illumnati


sterling k. brown, star of "this is us" and "the people v. o.j. simpson: american crime story" took time during his jaunt down the sag awards red carpet to chat "alternative facts" and the current state of american politics. tell us an "alternative fact" about hollywood. "when i go home to st. louis, i get a lot of questions about the illuminati. several, in fact. i'm like, "no ma, no. he's not." if there’s was to be made a movie about the current political climate, would you want to be in it and who would you play? i’d probably want to play outgoing president barack obama, but that wouldn't be good casting. i don’t know who i would want to be. that story's going to be told 20-30 years from now. what the movie says, what the message is, has yet to be determined. at this point brown'






2017 awards season: stars hit the sag awards red carpet


sterling k. brown, star of "this is us" and "the people v. o.j. simpson: american crime story" took time during his jaunt down the sag awards red carpet to chat "alternative facts" and the current state of american politics. tell us an "alternative fact" about hollywood. "when i go home to st. louis, i get a lot of questions about the illuminati. several, in fact. i'm like, "no ma, no. he's not." if there’s was to be made a movie about the current political climate, would you want to be in it and who would you play? i’d probably want to play outgoing president barack obama, but that wouldn't be good casting. i don’t know who i would want to be. that story's going to be told 20-30 years from now. what the movie says, what the message is, has yet to be determined. at this point brown'






how to change and app locations on android


even after all these years of being the most widely used mobile platform in the world, android still remains a bit patchy when it comes to customizing locations. yes, for a few years now you’ve been able to save apps to external storage, but with many of them the bulk of the data remains in your internal storage even after you’ve done that, and only the .apk file moves over to the sd card.here we’ll show you how to take more control over where you store the files for your various apps.the basicsnaturally, the first thing you’ll want to try is the simplest option, which is to use android’s built-in feature to move apps over from your internal storage to your sd card. for smaller apps this should do the trick, but remember that larger apps like games or apps that store additional files like






jan. 30 readers letters: beauty, the unstoppable weapon


a friend disheartened by the failure of the french revolution wrote to poet fredrick schiller asking what could be done after the tragic failure of that struggle for liberty. schiller wrote back, “we shall use the unstoppable weapon, beauty.”ludwig beethoven studied schiller’s poem, “ode to joy” for years but despaired of ally capturing such profound sentiments. after 20-some years of study beethoven finally memorialized schiller’s poem in his ninth symphony.last tuesday as kdfc played “beethoven’s ninth” as the no. 1 cl ical favorite selected by listeners, my heart warmed as the orchestra reached the rousing choral climax.  i thought of today’s political climate, with so many anxiously asking, “what shall we do?”  the felt like schiller whispering over my shoulder, “you must use the unsto






environmentalists preparing to battle trump, gop in court


chicago — the night before donald trump's inauguration, five environmental lawyers filed a federal court brief defending an obama administration clean-water rule that the new president and his republican allies have targeted for elimination, considering it burdensome to landowners.the move served as a warning that environmentalists, facing a hostile administration and a republican-dominated congress, are prepared to battle in court against what they fear will be a wave of unfavorable policies concerning climate change, wildlife protection, federal lands and pollution.advocacy groups nationwide are hiring more staff lawyers. they're coordinating with private attorneys and firms that have volunteered to help. they're reviewing statutes, setting priorities and seeking donations."it's going to






jan. 29 readers letters: torture is morally reprehensible


when i joined the military i believed in my heart that the united states did not torture; only the bad guys did that. i believed that if i was captured it was possible that i might be spared torture because the united states did not do that, and the enemy might not want to open that door.the president, the commander and chief of the american military, our leader, has declared that torture works and plans to review how america conducts “the war on terror.”torture is morally reprehensible, illegal under united states and international law and wrong, period. americans should hang their head in shame. we live in a nation where our leader is willing to embark on a regimen that will lead the united states and other countries back onto the slippery slope, the dark evil art of torture. what are ou






in frigid cold, mongolians stand in protest of air pollution


ulaanbaatar, mongolia — thousands of mongolians stood in frigid weather urday for the second time this winter to protest the government response to smog that routinely blankets their capital.an estimated 7,000 people, many of them wearing air masks and gas masks underneath thick winter hats, braved temperatures that fell below minus 20 degrees celsius (minus 4 fahrenheit). standing in the city's central sukhbataar square, they held black balloons and protest signs. one banner read: "wake up and smell the smog."ulaanbaatar is one of the world's coldest capitals, and more than half of the city's 1.3 million residents rely on burning raw coal, plastic, rubber tires and other materials to stay warm and cook meals in their homes. in impoverished neighborhoods that ring the city, known as ger di






in frigid cold, mongolians stand in protest of air pollution


ulaanbaatar, mongolia — thousands of mongolians stood in frigid weather urday for the second time this winter to protest the government response to smog that routinely blankets their capital.an estimated 7,000 people, many of them wearing air masks and gas masks underneath thick winter hats, braved temperatures that fell below minus 20 degrees celsius (minus 4 fahrenheit). standing in the city's central sukhbataar square, they held black balloons and protest signs. one banner read: "wake up and smell the smog."ulaanbaatar is one of the world's coldest capitals, and more than half of the city's 1.3 million residents rely on burning raw coal, plastic, rubber tires and other materials to stay warm and cook meals in their homes. in impoverished neighborhoods that ring the city, known as ger di






environmentalists preparing to battle trump, gop in court


chicago (ap) — the night before donald trump’s inauguration, five environmental lawyers filed a federal court brief defending an obama administration clean-water rule that the new president and his republican allies have targeted for elimination, considering it burdensome to landowners.the move served as a warning that environmentalists, facing a hostile administration and a republican-dominated congress, are prepared to battle in court against what they fear will be a wave of unfavorable policies concerning climate change, wildlife protection, federal lands and pollution.advocacy groups nationwide are hiring more staff lawyers. they’re coordinating with private attorneys and firms that have volunteered to help. they’re reviewing statutes, setting priorities and seeking donations.“it’s goi






in frigid cold, mongolians stand in protest of air pollution


ulaanbaatar, mongolia (ap) — thousands of mongolians stood in frigid weather urday for the second time this winter to protest the government response to smog that routinely blankets their capital.an estimated 7,000 people, many of them wearing air masks and gas masks underneath thick winter hats, braved temperatures that fell below minus 20 degrees celsius (minus 4 fahrenheit). standing in the city’s central sukhbataar square, they held black balloons and protest signs. one banner read: “wake up and smell the smog.”ulaanbaatar is one of the world’s coldest capitals, and more than half of the city’s 1.3 million residents rely on burning raw coal, plastic, rubber tires and other materials to stay warm and cook meals in their homes. in impoverished neighborhoods that ring the city, known as g






keep the change 2.0


welcome to keep the change 2. 0. the programchoose an attainable & daily commitment which will enhance judaism in your life. commit to that goal for 90 days beginning october 13th (day after yom kippur). log your goal daily by sms, email or on the android/ios app. if you miss a day (or fail to log your result within 3 days) then your credit card is automatically charged $1. the goalyour goal must be daj: daily - must be something you will do dailyattainable - must be realistic (not too challenging) and quantifiable (did you do it or not? ) jewish - you know what that means. after you register, we will reach out to you to confirm your goal. if you don't have a goal don't worry. just register and we'll give you a call to discuss the perfect goal for you. the small printyour credit car






trump orders isis plan, gives bannon role in revamped national security council


donald trump draws sharp rebuke, concerns over stephen bannon appointmentjose a. delrealpresident-elect donald trump's decision to appoint stephen bannon as his chief strategist in the white house has drawn a sharp rebuke from political strategists who see in bannon a controversial figure too closely ociated with the "alt-right" movement, which white nationalists have embraced....president-elect donald trump's decision to appoint stephen bannon as his chief strategist in the white house has drawn a sharp rebuke from political strategists who see in bannon a controversial figure too closely ociated with the "alt-right" movement, which white nationalists have embraced.... (jose a. delreal)trump accepted merkel's invitation to visit hamburg, in july for the g-20 summit, and trump invited the






one awesome tip on how to shift perspective


a while back, i took acting cl es, one of which involved me doing a monologue (which is basically when one person stands in front of the audience for an extended period of time and speaks directly to them). this monologue was from the playwright eric bogosian and the title was “pounding nails in the floor with my forehead.”and although this monologue was meant to be funny, it kept coming out as if i was angry, not the emotion i wanted to portray to the audience. this left me feeling frustrated with myself and unsure what to do in order to quit sounding mad so i might actually make them laugh.at one point, my teacher, one of the best teachers i’ve actually ever had, sensed my struggle and said, “red. stop for a second and come sit in my seat.” i wasn’t quite sure what good that was going to






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facebook is helping chrome, firefox to speed up the web


why it matters to you inefficient browsers can drain a device's battery and clog storage. facebook's efforts to improve its site's interactions with chrome and firefox is helping change that.over the past two years, facebook’s cooperation with browser vendors google chrome and mozilla firefox has dramatically improved web page reload speeds, according to the company.working closely with the browsers to squash bugs in the browser caching technique — temporary storage for files ed to your computer or mobile device, including html files, css style sheets, images, javascript scripts, and other media content — facebook reduced its page reload times on chrome by 28 percent.more: chrome browser will be able to handle flac lossless audio in next releaseas google’s senior software engineer takashi






facebook is helping chrome, firefox to speed up the web


why it matters to you inefficient web and mobile browsers can drain a device's battery and clog storage. facebook's efforts to help improve its site's interactions with chrome and firefox is helping change that.over the past two years, facebook’s cooperation with browser vendors google chrome and mozilla firefox has dramatically improved web page reload speeds, according to the company.working closely with the browsers to squash bugs in the browser caching technique — temporary storage for files ed to your computer or mobile device, including html files, css style sheets, images, and javascript scripts, and other media content — facebook reduced its page reload times on chrome by 28 percent.more: chrome browser will be able to handle flac lossless audio in next releaseas google’s senior s






rogue national park service twitter account says it’s no longer run by governmen


the rogue government twitter account, altusnatparkservice, which claimed it was being run by current park rangers, says it has now handed off control of its twitter account to “several activists and journalists who believe they can continue in the same spirit.”the move has led some to question if the account was, in fact, ever operated by disgruntled government employees in the first place and, if it was, whether or not it just squandered the power the account held to serve as a means of resisting the trump administration.if you haven’t been following closely, the saga of the rogue government twitter accounts can be a little confusing.this week, the trump administration issued gag orders affecting several government agencies, including the environmental protection agency, the department of






trump's wall, and other ways he's harming america


good morning. i’m paul thornton, the times’ letters editor, and it is urday, jan. 28, 2016. only one week into the trump presidency, less of california is officially in a drought. coincidence?let’s take a look back at the week in opinion.last may, then-candidate donald trump promised to “open up the water” for california, which isn’t the only paign pledge he’s fulfilling during his first week in the white house. in the nine days since president’s trump’s inauguration, refugees were declared unwelcome in the united states, shelved pipelines for shunting climate-change causing crude across the american landscape got the green light, our country’s longstanding amicable relationship with mexico was effectively canceled, and cities that dare to focus on local priorities instead of immigration l






ethiopia faces new drought, seeks urgent aid for 5 million


warder, ethiopia (ap) — the carc es of goats and sheep litter the ground near the airstrip in this remote eastern region of ethiopia, which is struggling to counter a new drought that authorities say has left 5.6 million people in urgent need of istance.u.n. humanitarian chief stephen o’brien visited a local p for displaced persons on urday, saying that “these people are really struggling to survive.” he cautioned, however, against “dramatizing by saying this may degenerate into famine.”last year’s drought, exacerbated by the el nino climate phenomenon that affected seasonal rains, left 10.2 million people hungry and killed several hundred thousand of the animals that the local pastoralists depend on for their livelihood.sarah aliso e to the garlogube displaced persons p from a village 70






reclusive artist suddenly finds himself famous


this artists makes tiny models of 1950s utopian towns and then stages those models for pictures. he was reclusive, but when his p os went viral he was forced to come to grips with the change.full story at youtube.more great art. posted by josh urich






china's vr market to expand fourfold in 2017: idc


(image: idc)china's virtual reality (vr) industry is set to expand by 441.2 percent in 2017 due to more intense competition and new market offerings, according to research firm idc.more major players will enter the market this year, the firm said, following releases from google, sony playstation, and facebook in 2016, as well as internet companies such as tencent, letv, and baofeng. lenovo, dell, and hp will work with microsoft to "improve their competitiveness", while smaller hardware startups that were squeezed from the market last year will likely see investment from capital markets, and will strengthen partnerships with experience stores and business applications.oculus rift vr we must control virtual reality before it controls us we must face up to the potential dangers of widespread






the rise of the irreligious may change our politics


this article originally appeared on the conver ion. a recent survey of the religious profile of the 115th congress revealed that despite the increase in the number of americans who claim no religious affiliation, members of congress are overwhelmingly religious, with only one member identifying as having no religion. yet, despite whom they vote for, americans are…






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gordon ramsay teaches you to make fillet steak with gremolata


want to learn a delicious new recipe? all you need is a minute and change to learn to make fillet steak with gremolata. it may take a little longer to master, though.full story at youtube.more great recipes. posted by josh urich






ohio’s transportation research center gets $45m to expand smart mobility testing


ohio’s transportation research center (trc) is getting a new 540-acre facility specifically for testing and researching smart mobility solutions, with on-site plans for a 12-lane intersection and reconfigurable test platform wider than 50 highway lines and as long as 10 football fields. that comes courtesy of a new $45 million grant from ohio state university, ohio state funds and jobs ohio.the new facility will be able to simulate conditions in urban, rural and suburban settings, including the ability to simulate traffic, car crashes, different network connectivity and smart infrastructure and more.the ohio testing facility is billed as the “largest independent test facility and proving grounds in north america,” though it wasn’t on the list of 10 official proving grounds named by the u.s






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brexit disruptors challenge government’s plans in court


london—jolyon maugham woke up early the morning after britain’s european union referendum and listened to the radio in shock: with most of the votes in, the odds favored leaving. he began to rack his brain for ways to stop it from happening.“with a referendum, it’s a one-off event” and there is no chance to vote again, said mr. maugham, a tax lawyer in london. “the world seemed to change overnight.”half a year later, after...






mnsure extends deadline for those seeking premium relief


some minnesotans who buy their health insurance through the mnsure online exchange are getting an extra week to take a ntage of a new 25 percent price reduction funded by the state.mnsure officials announced urday that they are creating a one-week extension of the open enrollment period to buy a 2017 health plan, or to go back and change their plan to take a ntage of the premium reduction.enrollment on the mnsure website will now be available until feb. 8, instead of ending on jan. 31.the announcement from mnsure said the new law provides an automatic 25 percent reduction in health insurance premiums for more than 125,000 minnesotans facing significant price hikes in the 2017 individual market, though some restrictions apply.the reduction is funded by a $312 million state appropriation tha






mnsure extends deadline for those seeking premium relief


some minnesotans who buy their health insurance through the mnsure online exchange are getting an extra week to take a ntage of a new 25 percent price reduction funded by the state.mnsure officials announced urday that they are creating a one-week extension of the open enrollment period to buy a 2017 health plan, or to go back and change their plan to take a ntage of the premium reduction.enrollment on the mnsure website will now be available until feb. 8, instead of ending on jan. 31.the announcement from mnsure said the new law provides an automatic 25 percent reduction in health insurance premiums for more than 125,000 minnesotans facing significant price hikes in the 2017 individual market, though some restrictions apply.the reduction is funded by a $312 million state appropriation tha






azealia banks criticizes rihanna's disdain for the muslim ban


on top of being a talented lyricist, azealia banks is now and obvious political scientists who can translate all of donald trump’s executive orders and decisions for those of us not as savvy. case in point: the harlem lyricist took it upon herself to comment on rihanna’s post about the muslim ban. the anti singer shared the same sentiments as other who are overcome with rage, disgust and sadness that thousands of muslims are being denied entry into the united states.read azealia banks celebrates trump victory: ‘he is my hero’#azealiabanks comes for #rihanna after she shares her thoughts on #donaldtrump ‘s immigrant bana p o posted by the shade room (@theshaderoom) on jan 29, 2017 at 8:06am pstin banks’ response, she questions whether rihanna is an american, as to determine if she has a pla






racing car : city turbo racer


rush on the endless race tracks, dodge other traffic deftly to avoid car crash on the way high-speed situation. there are buses, cars, large trucks and sport utility vehicle racing with you along the road. especially the scenes of the game are very multiple, modern city, village, small town, desert, wharf and so many scenes to choose. change different era view to experience the race preferably. if you have no time to avoid other vehicles, remember to use braking or slow motion. barge, boost, drift and upgrade your car to the prize money. multiple super fast carscan you imagine that you can drive murcielagoroadster to ride on the track one day? now your dream is going to come true. lincoln, phaeton, cadillac dts, and so many super cars are waiting for you. which car do you like best? get






echo health ventures rob coppedge talks about the coming rec ing to health tech


rob coppedge, ceo of echo health ventures.health tech investments have been red the last few years, but rob coppedge, the ceo of echo health ventures says while the industry isn’t going to pop, it is a slowly deflating bubble.echo health is the recent creation of bia health and mosaic health, the investment arm of blue cross blue shield and has a long-term strategy in the health investment space. coppedge has been in and around the health tech finance scene for more than 20 years as well so he might know something abut the industry.he says what we were seeing in the last couple of years was a ramp-up of “tourist investors” in the space — eager silicon valley vc’s hoping to cash in on the trend.but, “there’s a rec ing coming,” says coppedge. “if you look at the amount of capital that’s been