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grain lower; livestock mixed


chicago — grain futures were lower monday in early trading on the chicago board of trade.wheat for march delivery was 5 cents lower at $4.1540 a bushel; march corn was down 4.60 cents at $3.5760 a bushel; march oats was down 4.40 cents at $2.4860 a bushel while march soybeans lost 23.60 cents to $10.2540 a bushel.beef lower and pork mixed on the chicago mercantile exchange.february live cattle was 1.68 cents lower at $1.1665 a pound; march feeder cattle was down 2.78 cents at $1.2468 pound; february lean hogs gained .45 cent to $.6735 a pound.






denver public library puts out call for donations to archive of women’s march on


the denver public library’s western history and genealogy department has put out a call for donations to help document the day more than 100,000 people turned out for the women’s march on denver.acquisitions librarian jamie seemiller said last week that the library has gotten a lot of positive response since posting the request on facebook on jan. 22, the day after the march. by wednesday morning, the library’s post had reached 25,000 people with more than 200 shares on facebook.the library has already received several donations including a symbolic sash with “suffragettes” printed on it, paying tribute to women who organized and agitated until the 19th amendment to the u.s. constitution was ratified in 1920, giving women the right to vote.pink cat-eared “pussyhats” and 20 to 30 posters ha






march for life - abortion opponents march in d.c. - pictures


march for lifeanti-abortion demonstrators gather at the washington monument to hear vice president mike pence speak at the march for life rally on january 27, 2017 in washington, d.c.it is the 44th annual gathering for anti-abortion advocates, who are protesting the supreme court’s 1973 roe v. wade decision legalizing abortion nationwide.credit: tasos katopodis/afp/getty imagesmarch for lifeanti-abortion protesters gather at the washington monument to hear vice president mike pence speak at the march for life rally on january 27, 2017 in washington, d.c. organizers anticipated 50,000 would attend. credit: tasos katopodis/afp/getty imagesmarch for lifeanti-abortion advocates gather for the national march for life rally in washington, d.c., january 27, 2017.“the #marchforlife is so important






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






uk lawmakers voting on bill to trigger eu exit talks


london — britain's house of commons is to vote on a bill authorizing prime minister theresa may to start european union exit talks — the first major test of whether lawmakers will try to impede the government's brexit plans.wednesday's vote comes after two days of debate, in which many government and opposition lawmakers said they would respect voters' june 23 decision to leave the eu and back the bill.but the pro-independence scottish national party will try to p a "wrecking amendment" blocking the start of divorce talks. the opposition labour party says it will try to amend the bill, but at a later stage.the government wants to have the bill approved by early march so it can meet a self-imposed march 31 deadline for triggering eu divorce talks.






gigi and bella hadid join the #nobannowall march in nyc


president trump’s ban on immigration led to protests in various u.s. cities this past weekend, just a week following the women’s march on washington went worldwide. the protests were centered around major u.s. landmarks, including the white house, copley square in boston and battery park in manhattan. among those who joined sunday afternoon’s #nobannowall march in new york city were model sisters gigi and bella hadid.the immigration ban likely hit home for the sisters, whose parents are immigrants; their mother, yolanda, hails from the netherlands, and their father, mohamed, was born in israel. both gigi and bella were born in los angeles.bella shared an image via instagram from the march and in it, she’s holding up a sign that reads “we are all hindus, buddhists, muslims, atheists, christ






march launch tipped for oppo find 9


the oppo find 9 is currently rumored to be made official sometime in h1 this year. inline with that, a new rumor out of the company's home country of china is suggesting that the unveiling will take place in march.rumor back in november had said exactly that.aside from the unveiling month, the new rumor also confirms several of the phone's key specs, including two different variants powered by snapdragon 835 and 653 soc with 6gb/128gb and 4gb/64gb memory configuration, respectively.the find 9 is said to sport a 5.5-inch qhd display, 21mp/16mp era combo, a large 4,100mah battery, and offer support for new vooc flash charging. it's starting price is said to be rmb 3,999 (around $580).source






uk lawmakers start debate on bill authorizing brexit talks


london — british lawmakers are starting debate on a bill authorizing the start of european union exit talks, as the government races to meet a self-imposed march 31 deadline to begin the process.the government was forced to introduce legislation after a supreme court ruling last week torpedoed prime minister theresa may's effort to start the process of leaving the 28-nation bloc without a parliamentary vote.ministers hope the bill can be pushed through both houses of parliament within weeks, before the march 31 deadlinebrexit secretary david davis said tuesday that britons had voted to leave the eu, and lawmakers were being asked "a very simple question: do we trust the people or not?"the main opposition labour party says it will try to amend the bill but not block it.






‘people are afraid – don’t act like it should be sunshine for donald trump’


during an all-women panel brought together to discuss the women’s march on washington for don lemon’s friday night show, hilary rosen wasn’t letting conservative kayleigh mcenany say the march was negative.mcenany attempted to claim that she and many anti-choice activists were treated badly when they attempted to walk through the march. she claimed that there were threats of violence and horrible things said about the president of the united states. rosen refused to let her play the victim, saying that the day was about feminists and pro-choice women everywhere coming together for something positive. “an entire day filled with love, no violence, not a single arrest, huge amount of good energy,” rosen said. “i can’t accept the characterization of close to a million women coming to washingto






un: follow-up cyprus security summit aimed for early march


nicosia, cyprus — a u.n. envoy says that the rival leaders of ethnically split cyprus have asked the world body to prepare for a follow-up summit in early march that will aim to sort out security arran ents after the island is reunified.envoy espen barth eide says that greek cypriot president nicos anastasiades and the leader of the breakaway turkish cypriots mustafa akinci will in the meantime meet weekly to narrow differences on other outstanding issues.anastasiades and akinci along with the foreign ministers of cyprus' "guarantors" — britain, greece and turkey — met in geneva last month to resolve the difficult issue. that meeting was suspended after differences proved too wide to bridge.a 1974 turkish invasion triggered by a coup aimed at union with greece split cyprus along ethnic lin






uk lawmakers start debate on bill authorizing brexit talks


london — british lawmakers are beginning debate tuesday on a bill authorizing the start of european union exit talks, as the government races to meet a self-imposed march 31 deadline to begin the process.the government was forced to introduce legislation after a supreme court ruling last week torpedoed prime minister theresa may's effort to start the process of leaving the 28-nation bloc without a parliamentary vote.ministers hope the european union (notice of withdrawal) bill can be pushed through both houses of parliament by early march, before the march 31 deadline.the brief piece of legislation says that "the prime minister may notify, under article 50(2) of the treaty on european union, the united kingdom's intention to withdraw from the eu."lawmakers will hold two days of debate befo






un: follow-up cyprus security summit aimed for early march


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bill maher tackles trump’s ‘crowd’ problem


bill maher can’t get over trump’s obsession with the size of his crowd. on friday night’s “real time” the comedian called out trump’s obsession for what it is.“this is about the size of his d*ck!” maher exclaimed. “this is about a guy who never brought a woman to orgasm! he probably thinks it’s rigged.”maher also noted that trump’s crowd was about as big as the church of scientology. “the difference between scientology and donald trump is scientology has better celebrities,” he joked.his biggest concern, however, is the fact that trump sees a multitude of people that aren’t actually there. at the top of the show, maher began by announcing, “it’s day 7 of the ‘war on facts.'” the comedian noted that when he grabs his phone each morning to check the news siri now asks him “are you sitting do






space calendar 2017 - rocket launches & night sky events


the total solar eclipse of moves through its phases in this collage taken by astrop g her justin ng from palu, indonesia on march 9, 2016. credit: justin ng/ www.justinngp o.com






march world cup qualifier will be played in san jose


san jose — for the first time since 1997, the bay area will host a world cup final round qualifier when the united states faces honduras at avaya stadium on march 24, it was announced sunday.the match also will be coach bruce arena’s first world cup qualifier since taking over from jurgen klinsmann in november. kickoff is at 7:30 p.m.the match against honduras is a must-win for the united states, which emerged from its first two qualifying matches in this round with no points.“this game is very important, and we’ve chosen an outstanding venue in avaya stadium,” arena said. “we think it’s a place where we will get fantastic support from the u.s. fans in a game that’s critical for our effort to qualify for russia in 2018.”because of high demand and a limited supply of tickets at 18,000-seat






watch mia love bring people to tears at the march for life


'every time we kill a child through abortion, we kill our potential. . . every time we kill a child, we, all of us suffer. we lose a little of ourselves and a whole lot of our future.'at the 44th annual march for life in washington dc, rep. mia love (r-utah) brought many to tears with an emotional speech.love opened by speaking about a couple who immigrated to the united states from haiti and were forced to leave two of their children behind. while they were making their way to the united states, the couple found out they were pregnant and considered abortion.“forty-one years ago, that couple could have made the choice to abort, but they didn’t. they chose life,” she said, referring to herself. “i’m certain that this couple would never have thought that that child would become the first fe






uk lawmakers start debate on bill authorizing brexit talks


london — the british minister in charge of quitting the european union warned lawmakers tuesday not to block the start of divorce talks, saying the country had p ed a "a point of no return" in its decision to leave.the house of commons is holding two days of debate on a bill authorizing prime minister theresa may to trigger two years of exit talks, as the government races to meet a self-imposed march 31 deadline to begin the process.the government was forced to introduce legislation after a supreme court ruling last week torpedoed may's effort to start the process of leaving the 28-nation bloc without a parliamentary vote.the brief piece of legislation says that "the prime minister may notify, under article 50(2) of the treaty on european union, the united kingdom's intention to withdraw f






how to mobilize opposition after the women’s march


quora questions are part of a partnership between newsweek and quora, through which we’ll be posting relevant and interesting answers from quora contributors throughout the week. read more about the partnership here. answer from ben waggoner: as awesome as it is to see those pictures of the crowds on the national mall and around the world,…






toshiba to sell off part of its memory business


toshiba on friday announced that it's spinning off part of its flash memory business and will sell a stake in the new business to offset major cost overruns from its us nuclear business.toshiba plans to split off the memory business (including the ssd business, but excluding the image sensor business) by march 31. the company has yet to decide which ets and liabilities will be split off, though it plans to sell less than 20 percent of the business, reuters reports.toshiba's nand flash memory business makes up most of toshiba's operating profit and is the world's second largest, behind samsung. the company needs cash, it explained, to make up for losses related to an acquisition within its us nuclear division that "could reach several billion us dollars." "splitting off the memory business






crunch report | galaxy s8 coming in march


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a president despised in his own hometown


imagine knowing your hometown hates you so much that more than 400,000 of its residents will march to your front door just to get the message across. there’s one new yorker who doesn’t need to imagine. last urday—donald trump’s first full day as president—the scene outside his window was like the boombox scene in say anything…,…






salmon season setting meeting dates set with forecasts announced feb. 28


here are the salmon season setting meeting dates for 2017, known as the north of falcon process:february 22willapa bay and grays harbor forecast meeting6 p.m. to 8 p.m.; montesano city hall, 112 n. main st., montesano.wdfw presents willapa bay and grays harbor salmon abundance forecasts. fishery mana ent objectives and preliminary fishing opportunities for 2017 are discussed.february 28most read storiesunlimited digital access. $1 for 4 weeks.2017 salmon forecasts and fishing opportunities9 a.m. to 3 p.m.; general administration auditorium, 210 11th ave. sw, olympia.parking is available in the visitor lot of the natural resources building, 1111 washington st. se, olympia.wdfw presents puget sound, coastal washington and columbia river salmon abundance forecasts. fishery mana ent objectives






un: follow-up cyprus security summit aimed for early march


nicosia, cyprus — the rival leaders of ethnically split cyprus have asked the united nations to prepare for a follow-up summit in early march that will aim to clinch a breakthrough on the difficult issue of how security will be handled after the island is reunified, a u.n. envoy said wednesday.espen barth eide said that greek cypriot president nicos anastasiades and the leader of the breakaway turkish cypriots, mustafa akinci, will in the meantime meet weekly to narrow differences on other outstanding issues.eide said the march summit will be planned in consultation with cyprus' "guarantors" — britain, greece and turkey.anastasiades and akinci along with the british, greek and turkish foreign ministers met in geneva last month to resolve the complicated issue. that meeting was suspended af






sheryl sandberg addresses her silence around the women’s march, politics and tru


sheryl sandberg has been in the news lately for her opposition to the global gag rule and her more recent comments on trump’s highly controversial and discriminatory immigration ban. today at the watermark conference for women in silicon valley in san jose, sandberg spoke about politics, president donald trump and leaning in (obvi), in an interview with recode’s kara swisher.swisher kicked it off with an inquiry about the women’s march, which many are calling the largest protest in the u.s. ever, and sandberg’s lack of involvement and silence around the m ive protest.“i had a personal obligation which meant i couldn’t go,” sandberg said. “i just felt bad about not being there. so i think once i felt bad i just didn’t feel comfortable posting, and i think that was a mistake. and if i had to






after historic women's march, what comes next for supporters?


thousands of minnesota women are throwing themselves into the political process, some for the first time, as they seek to sustain the wave of energy generated by the women's march the day after president donald trump's inauguration.they're gathering at coffee shops to write letters to elected officials, showing up at the state capitol and opening their homes for fund­raisers for advocacy organizations. while the jan. 21 march offered a burst of inspiration, drawing 90,000 people in st. paul alone, organizers and activists are hoping people can now direct that enthusiasm toward focused efforts that could force change."i think everyone's feeling about urday was that this is just the beginning," said bethany bradley, one of the planners of the st. paul march.the national women's march organiz






after historic women's march, what comes next for supporters?


thousands of minnesota women are throwing themselves into the political process, some for the first time, as they seek to sustain the wave of energy generated by the women’s march the day after president donald trump’s inauguration.they’re gathering at coffee shops to write letters to elected officials, showing up at the state capitol and opening their homes for fund­raisers for advocacy organizations. while the jan. 21 march offered a burst of inspiration, drawing 90,000 people in st. paul alone, organizers and activists are hoping people can now direct that enthusiasm toward focused efforts that could force change.“i think everyone’s feeling about urday was that this is just the beginning,” said bethany bradley, one of the planners of the st. paul march.the national women’s march organiz






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.






snap inc. plans to list shares on the nyse


snap inc. plans to list its highly anticipated initial public offering on the new york stock exchange, in a big competitive victory for the big board.the nyse is expected to prevail over nasdaq in a battle to woo the snapchat parent, which is planning to go public as early as march, people familiar with the matter said.snap, which filed...






lakewood cultural center strikes new note with cl ical organ – the denver post


as jim calm sits down and plays richard strauss’ “also sprach zarathustra,” made famous in the film “2001: a space odyssey,” his hands and feet move between various pedals and four keyboards on a full-sized theater and cl ical organ.he doesn’t just play the famous trumpet phrase to start the symphonic work or any other melody, he’s covering all the parts with the power of what sounds like an 80-piece orchestra — even the iconic timpani part is in there, played with calm’s feet.calm is playing a walt strony signature quantum str-4 digital theater/cl ical organ in an empty lakewood cultural center concert hall and the instrument is the cultural center’s latest acquisition.“it’s like a trip to disneyland every time,” calm said of playing the organ.calm is a former president of the rocky mount






thousands march against trump immigration ban in minneapolis


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nintendo to release new mobile games every few months


why it matters to you be prepared for a frenzy of nintendo games invading seemingly everyone's smartphone on a consistent basis.nintendo has had m ive success with its first official mobile game, super mario run, and to no surprise, it wants to repeat that. with that in mind, it’s announced its intention to release between two and three new mobile games a year from here on out, reuters reports.many big name developers have created apps for the mobile space, often augmenting already existing properties on other platforms. for a long time, nintendo was hesitant to do that, seemingly over fears that it would eat into its lucrative portable gaming business. in 2016, though, that all changed and following the m ive success of pokémon go, super mario run be e the fastest growing app ever.while






nintendo’s animal crossing mobile game delayed until at least later this year


nintendo has a whole bunch of mobile titles planned to capitalize on the success of super mario run, but the success of that game and its anticipated launch plans for its next, fire emblem heroes, might actually be causing its release plans to extend out a bit further than anticipated. nintendo noted in its quarterly earnings report (via the verge) that an animal crossing mobile game will be released later than anticipated, going from this coming financial quarter to nintendo’s next fiscal year, which begins in april.nintendo says it needed to pad the schedule in order to “accommodate the releases and operation of these applications,” referring to super mario run and fire emblem heroes specifically. that likely means that nintendo didn’t fully anticipate the ongoing commitment of resources






women face "particularly challenging time"


san jose — calling the current climate a “particularly challenging time,” facebook chief operating officer sheryl sandberg told thousands of women in san jose on wednesday she still has hope that women will become equal in the workforce.“no matter how challenging it looks, history is on our side,” she said, speaking during the third annual watermark conference for women at the san jose convention center. “the world will be a better place if half the countries and half the companies are run by women, and half the homes are run by men…we will get there.”in an interview on stage with kara swisher, co-founder of tech news website recode, sandberg admitted she made a mistake in not immediately commenting on the women’s march that took the world by storm after president donald trump’s inaugurati






political road map: some believe there's bias baked into the official descriptio


of the many tasks facing atty. gen. xavier becerra in his new job, it was an unheralded duty that republican legislators wanted to pin him down on during recent confirmation hearings in sacramento: the vetting of ballot initiatives.the attorney general is tasked under california law to write a brief title and summary of each measure that will end up on the state ballot.“what will you do to ensure that you’re being descriptive and objective, and following the election code, when you write those ballot titles and summaries?” asked emblyman jordan cunningham (r-templeton).to understand the question requires knowing a bit of california political history. attorneys general have long had the duty to collect and then prepare proposed initiatives before the measure’s backers can begin collecting v






to improve our country, women need to do way more than march


one of my favorite purchases in 2016 was this awesome “a woman’s place is in the house and senate” sweatshirt. i love a good pun, and it was a great opportunity to buy a matching shirt for my youngest daughter and teach her about how things have changed for the better. our country has come a long way since abigail adams told her husband to “remember the ladies,” and i want all my daughters to appreciate that!so, when we wore our shirts on the women’s march weekend, they prompted smiles and words of support, along with a lot of umptions that we just e from the women’s march. when i explained to my daughter what the march was all about, she didn’t get how a big march after the election would change much. i have to admit i don’t either.don’t get me wrong—i strongly support free speech, and i’






uk lawmakers voting on bill to trigger eu exit talks


london — britain's house of commons plans to vote wednesday on a bill authorizing prime minister theresa may to start exit talks with the european union — the first major test of whether lawmakers will try to impede the conservative government's brexit plans.the vote comes after two days of debate in which both government and opposition lawmakers said they would respect voters' june 23 decision to leave the eu and back the bill.but the pro-independence scottish national party will try to p a "wrecking amendment" blocking the start of divorce talks because the government has not disclosed detailed plans for its negotiations with the bloc.the opposition labour party says it will try to amend the bill, but at a later stage. the bill is due to return to the house of commons for a final vote ne






transcript: mike pence speech at march for life in washington dc


published on: , jan 28th, 2017 religion / us headlines | by laura jones share thistagsabortionabortion protestabortion rallyabortion ratesfederal fundingfunding abortionsindianamarch for lifemexicoroe v waderoe v wade anniversaryroe vs wadesupreme courtus congressus supreme courtwashingtonwashington dcwhite housetranscript via life site newsthank you karen and charlotte, and thank all of you on behalf of pres. donald trump, my wife karen, and my daughter charlotte.i’d like to welcome you all to washington dc for the 44th annual march for life. it’s a good day. it’s the best day i’ve ever seen for the march for life, in more ways than one.i’m deeply humbled to stand before you today. i’m deeply humbled to be the first vice president of the united states to ever have the privilege to attend






transcript: mike pence speech at march for life in washington dc


published on: , jan 28th, 2017 religion / us headlines | by laura jones share thistagsabortionabortion protestabortion rallyabortion ratesfederal fundingfunding abortionsindianamarch for lifemexicoroe v waderoe v wade anniversaryroe vs wadesupreme courtus congressus supreme courtwashingtonwashington dcwhite housetranscript via life site newsthank you karen and charlotte, and thank all of you on behalf of pres. donald trump, my wife karen, and my daughter charlotte.i’d like to welcome you all to washington dc for the 44th annual march for life. it’s a good day. it’s the best day i’ve ever seen for the march for life, in more ways than one.i’m deeply humbled to stand before you today. i’m deeply humbled to be the first vice president of the united states to ever have the privilege to attend






transcript: mike pence speech at march for life in washington dc


published on: , jan 28th, 2017 religion / us headlines | by laura jones share thistagsabortionabortion protestabortion rallyabortion ratesfederal fundingfunding abortionsindianamarch for lifemexicoroe v waderoe v wade anniversaryroe vs wadesupreme courtus congressus supreme courtwashingtonwashington dcwhite housetranscript via life site newsthank you karen and charlotte, and thank all of you on behalf of pres. donald trump, my wife karen, and my daughter charlotte.i’d like to welcome you all to washington dc for the 44th annual march for life. it’s a good day. it’s the best day i’ve ever seen for the march for life, in more ways than one.i’m deeply humbled to stand before you today. i’m deeply humbled to be the first vice president of the united states to ever have the privilege to attend






transcript: mike pence speech at march for life in washington dc


published on: , jan 28th, 2017 religion / us headlines | by laura jones share thistagsabortionabortion protestabortion rallyabortion ratesfederal fundingfunding abortionsindianamarch for lifemexicoroe v waderoe v wade anniversaryroe vs wadesupreme courtus congressus supreme courtwashingtonwashington dcwhite housetranscript via life site newsthank you karen and charlotte, and thank all of you on behalf of pres. donald trump, my wife karen, and my daughter charlotte.i’d like to welcome you all to washington dc for the 44th annual march for life. it’s a good day. it’s the best day i’ve ever seen for the march for life, in more ways than one.i’m deeply humbled to stand before you today. i’m deeply humbled to be the first vice president of the united states to ever have the privilege to attend






transcript: mike pence speech at march for life in washington dc


published on: , jan 28th, 2017 religion / us headlines | by laura jones share thistagsabortionabortion protestabortion rallyabortion ratesfederal fundingfunding abortionsindianamarch for lifemexicoroe v waderoe v wade anniversaryroe vs wadesupreme courtus congressus supreme courtwashingtonwashington dcwhite housetranscript via life site newsthank you karen and charlotte, and thank all of you on behalf of pres. donald trump, my wife karen, and my daughter charlotte.i’d like to welcome you all to washington dc for the 44th annual march for life. it’s a good day. it’s the best day i’ve ever seen for the march for life, in more ways than one.i’m deeply humbled to stand before you today. i’m deeply humbled to be the first vice president of the united states to ever have the privilege to attend






transcript: mike pence speech at march for life in washington dc


published on: , jan 28th, 2017 religion / us headlines | by laura jones share thistagsabortionabortion protestabortion rallyabortion ratesfederal fundingfunding abortionsindianamarch for lifemexicoroe v waderoe v wade anniversaryroe vs wadesupreme courtus congressus supreme courtwashingtonwashington dcwhite housetranscript via life site newsthank you karen and charlotte, and thank all of you on behalf of pres. donald trump, my wife karen, and my daughter charlotte.i’d like to welcome you all to washington dc for the 44th annual march for life. it’s a good day. it’s the best day i’ve ever seen for the march for life, in more ways than one.i’m deeply humbled to stand before you today. i’m deeply humbled to be the first vice president of the united states to ever have the privilege to attend






transcript: mike pence speech at march for life in washington dc


published on: , jan 28th, 2017 religion / us headlines | by laura jones share thistagsabortionabortion protestabortion rallyabortion ratesfederal fundingfunding abortionsindianamarch for lifemexicoroe v waderoe v wade anniversaryroe vs wadesupreme courtus congressus supreme courtwashingtonwashington dcwhite housetranscript via life site newsthank you karen and charlotte, and thank all of you on behalf of pres. donald trump, my wife karen, and my daughter charlotte.i’d like to welcome you all to washington dc for the 44th annual march for life. it’s a good day. it’s the best day i’ve ever seen for the march for life, in more ways than one.i’m deeply humbled to stand before you today. i’m deeply humbled to be the first vice president of the united states to ever have the privilege to attend






fake news: washington post denies george soros ties to women’s march as ‘unfound


joining the ranks of leftists news sources like salon, the washington post attempted to muddy the facts with demeaning post against trump supporters based on data from a public policy polling survey published thursday. in particular is the dismissal of george soros money linked to many of the groups organizing and marching in the women’s march.“respondents were asked among other questions if they believed that most of the women who protested urday were paid to do so by mr. soros — an unfounded allegation echoed in the aftermath of the weekend’s festivities by conservative commentators such as bill o’reilly and glenn beck.” (emphasis added, the dispatch)they link to the salon article which calls the beck coverage a conspiracy theory, but overlook the obvious: the facts were reported by the






fake news: washington post denies george soros ties to women’s march as ‘unfound


joining the ranks of leftists news sources like salon, the washington post attempted to muddy the facts with demeaning post against trump supporters based on data from a public policy polling survey published thursday. in particular is the dismissal of george soros money linked to many of the groups organizing and marching in the women’s march.“respondents were asked among other questions if they believed that most of the women who protested urday were paid to do so by mr. soros — an unfounded allegation echoed in the aftermath of the weekend’s festivities by conservative commentators such as bill o’reilly and glenn beck.” (emphasis added, the dispatch)they link to the salon article which calls the beck coverage a conspiracy theory, but overlook the obvious: the facts were reported by the






snap to list on new york stock exchange


snap, the parent of snapchat, will be listing on the new york stock exchange, techcrunch has confirmed. the news was first reported by the wall street journal.this means that you can expect to see a big snapchat banner on wall street and that executives will probably be ringing the opening bell when the company debuts, likely in march.the move sends the message that snap wants its ipo to appear more like twitter’s than facebook’s, which went public on the nasdaq with some difficulties.it’s also a big victory for the nyse, after seeing most of 2016’s tech listings go nasdaq. the two had been competing head-to-head for several prior years.apple, alphabet, and amazon all listed on the nasdaq, the exchange that be e  ociated with tech for decades. but the nyse has been inching in on their spac






snap to list on new york stock exchange


snap, the parent of snapchat, will be listing on the new york stock exchange, techcrunch has confirmed. the news was first reported by the wall street journal.this means that you can expect to see a big snapchat banner on wall street and that executives will likely be ringing the opening bell when the company debuts, likely in march.the move sends the message that snap wants its ipo to appear more like twitter’s than facebook’s, which went public on the nasdaq with some difficulties.it’s also a big victory for the nyse, after seeing most of 2016’s tech listings go nasdaq. the two had been competing head-to-head for several prior years.apple, alphabet, and amazon all listed on the nasdaq, the exchange that be e  ociated with tech for decades. but the nyse has been inching in on their space,






trump’s immigration order could stop medical careers before they begin


o n friday evening, president donald trump signed an executive order halting immigration from syria, iran, iraq, libya, somalia, sudan, and yemen. it’s a reckless order that has sweeping implications for the medical community and its future generations. in march, medical students and graduates of foreign medical schools will learn if they matched with a residency…






gallery: top five rumored galaxy s8 features to watch


earlier this year, samsung confirmed it will launch the galaxy s8 smartphone in 2017. the new flagship is highly anticipated, following samsung's galaxy note 7 flop. see also: galaxy s8 rumor round-upsamsung will be looking for a hit with the galaxy s8, set to take on apple's tenth-anniversary iphone 8 set for later in the year. while samsung has remained quiet on galaxy s8 specifics, leaks and rumors have painted a portrait of the galaxy s8. here are the top five features we are looking forward to ahead of its rumored march unveil.






russia's knockout game in syria | syria


russia and turkey recently concluded talks in astana about syria. it was a remarkable cooperation given that turkey s down a russian fighter jet just over a year ago, damaging relations between the two countries.what tactics has russia used to manage such delicate relationships and become the main architect of the future of syria? if we look at the past and present, we can see a successful pattern of russian manoeuvring.  in july 2015, the commander of iran's elite quds force, q em soleimani, visited moscow, after which russia entered the syrian war. russia then moved towards working with the obama administration as co-partners in developing ceasefires, an international support group for syria, and a united nations-led geneva process. the cooperation with the us did not work; however, russ