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predators sign defenseman andrew o'brien to two-way contract


nashville, tenn. — the nashville predators have signed defenseman andrew o'brien to a one-year, two-way contract for the 2017-18 season.o'brien's deal will be worth $650,000 at the nhl level and $62,500 at the american hockey league level.the predators acquired the 6-foot-4 o'brien from the anaheim ducks on jan. 19. o'brien, 24, played 32 games for the predators' ahl affiliate in milwaukee this season and had two goals and 10 points. o'brien also played 10 games for the ahl's san diego gulls and had two assists.o'brien has played 167 career ahl games and has 12 goals and 28 assists. anaheim selected him in the fourth round of the 2012 draft.






conan o'brien's new tbs deal extends beyond late-night tv


conan o'brien will continue to host late-night for tbs for another four years - but new duties will ensure he frequently gets out from behind his desk.under the terms of a new deal, tbs and o'brien's conaco llc will work to create content for digital venues, podcasting, mobile gaming, pay tv and live tours. the production company produces o'brien's "conan" along with the tbs comedy "people of earth" and a soon-to-launch animated series, "final space." and o'brien's staffers are behind team coco, the show's digital hub as well as efforts by o'brien's team to create content for advertisers. the agreement will keep o'brien behind his "conan" desk through 2022. of tv's many wee-hours hosts, o'brien is the medium's longest-serving."the tv landscape has changed dramatically since i inherited the






writer claims conan o'brien stole jokes


los angeles  – an unusual lawsuit accusing conan o’brien of stealing jokes is moving forward.a federal judge in san diego refused last week to toss the lawsuit that alleges o’brien lifted punchlines about caitlyn jenner, tom brady and the washington monument.writer robert alexander kaseberg accused the late-night comedian of copyright infringement for stealing jokes he posted online.kaseberg has written for various publications and had more than 1,000 of his jokes told by o’brien’s rival jay leno.o’brien, his company and turner broadcasting system deny the allegations and claim the material was original.judge janis sammartino says three jokes by kaseberg are entitled to “thin copyright protection.”but it will be up to judge or jury at trial to determine if o’brien did rip off the jokes.






o’brien says savage wouldn’t have returned if he saw video


houston (ap) — texans coach bill o’brien says he wouldn’t have let tom savage re-enter sunday’s game after an alarming hit that gave him a concussion and left the quarterback’s hands shaking if he had seen the video of the hit.savage was injured with about nine minutes remaining in the second quarter of houston’s 26-16 loss to san francisco when he was driven to the ground on a hit by elvis dumervil.replays showed savage looking dazed after his head hit the ground with both of his arms shaking and lifted upward.he was taken to the medical tent where he stayed for less than three minutes before returning to the bench and going back in for the next series.most read storiesunlimited digital access. $1 for 4 weeks.savage threw two incompletions on that drive, and houston’s team doctor approach






no laughing matter: writer claims conan o'brien stole jokes


los angeles — an unusual lawsuit accusing conan o'brien of stealing jokes is moving forward.a federal judge in san diego refused last week to toss the lawsuit that alleges o'brien lifted punchlines about caitlyn jenner, tom brady and the washington monument.writer robert alexander kaseberg accused the late-night comedian of copyright infringement for stealing jokes he posted online.kaseberg has written for various publications and had more than 1,000 of his jokes told by o'brien's rival jay leno.o'brien, his company and turner broadcasting system deny the allegations and claim the material was original.judge janis sammartino says three jokes by kaseberg are entitled to "thin copyright protection."but it will be up to judge or jury at trial to determine if o'brien did rip off the jokes.






flyr launches an app for rapid creation of snapchat discover-style stories


pundits like talking about how snapchat is the future of media (plus video, plus augmented reality, plus the industry of your choice), and it’s attracted some big names to discover, its section for news stories. now a startup called flyr aims to enable users to create similar-looking stories and post them wherever they want.the company was founded by hassan uriostegui and brett o’brien, who previously worked together at viddy (o’brien was co-founder and ceo, while uriostegui was director of computer graphics and engineering). o’brien said their goal with flyr is “democratizing the creation of video stories.”uriostegui added that while discover is exciting, it’s mostly limited to big publishers. and while a story on discover doesn’t exactly look like a slick tv news spot, it can still take






hot sauce and hope for conan o'brien in mexico


mexico city — the towering u.s. television host conan o'brien is drawing stares in mexico, where he's taping an episode of his show in a bid to "do something positive" about the tensions in u.s.-mexico relations.o'brien, who is 6-feet-4, arrived late last week and has spent part of his time in mexico city strolling the streets, greeting people and trying the food.on monday he stopped by one of the city's fancier taco restaurants and wound up trying hot sauce straight out of the bowl as restaurant patrons taped the scene on their phones. some gasped, "no!"o'brien said: "now, i am mexican. i am also dying."he doesn't think his outreach marks a turning point in bilateral relations, but said, "everyone has to do their part."






family wants firefighter who died in ’35 added to fdny memorial wall


fdny member thomas f. o’brien died 82 years ago after responding to a fire in manhattan. but unlike other decorated city firefighters, o’brien’s demise was not classified a “line of duty” death, and his name is not on the department’s memorial wall.now, family members — including grandchildren living on long island, in new jersey and in california — are asking for a death reclassification so his name can be next to others who made the ultimate sacrifice.most popularthe wall, at fdny headquarters in metrotech, brooklyn, has 1,147 names going as far back as 1865.“i don’t want money. i don’t expect money,” said grandson art o’brien, 75, of new jersey, in a telephone interview. instead, o’brien wants his grandfather, who had been decorated throughout his career, to be honored by the department






furious caller hilariously flops after radio host asks him to name just one medi


radio host james o’brien of lbc (leading britain’s conversation) radio completely stumped an angry caller on friday by asking him to name one falsehood that the press has propagated against pres. donald trump.the discussion centered around trump’s bizarre thursday press conference where he ranted at reporters for an hour and 17 minutes, called them liars, and made the bewildering assertion that the leaks coming out of his administration are real, but the news stories about them are “fake news.”o’brien asked his caller how this could be.“what he’s trying to say to say is the media twist the leaks,” the caller replied. “if they’ve just got one paragraph of the truth, they’ll add another paragraph that’s fake.”“no, they’ve got the full transcripts of the conversations,” o’brien said. “he said






glenn o'brien, who once wrote gq's style guy column, dies at 70


glenn o’brien, who is perhaps best known for his long running gq column “the style guy,” passed away from complications of pneumonia friday morning.o’brien, 70, was a media renaissance man of sorts, whose career reinvention from magazine editor and writer to creative director and ad man, and even tv personality, astounded his contemporaries.driven by his passion for art, music, culture and beauty, o’brien chronicled some of the more important moments in new york’s cultural landscape beginning in the early seventies.a prolific writer, o’brien got his start at interview magazine under andy warhol, and then became new york bureau chief at rolling stone in 1974. after a yearlong stint at oui magazine, o’brien accepted a job as articles editor of high times, eventually moving to the role of edi






conan o'brien: 'joke-stealing' suit against him can go to trial, but will it?


conan o'brien says it's no joking matter to be accused of being a joke thief.        






andy carroll robbery: motorbike chase captured on video


a man has been jailed for six years for trying to rob footballer andy carroll of his £22,000 wristwatch, as the striker drove home from west ham's training ground.jack o'brien, 22, of navarre gardens, romford, was captured on a dashcam and bus cctv cameras chasing the 28-year-old as he drove his jeep wrangler in north-east london.a second suspect who rode another motorcycle during the pursuit has not been located.o'brien, who denied attempted robbery, was sentenced for another five years and three months for other offences.






conan o’brien spots a hilarious ‘nervous tic’ that shows when jeff sessions is l


conan o’brien decided to have some fun with attorney general jeff sessions’ senate testimony on tuesday, as he had his graphics team concoct a hilarious “nervous tic” that supposedly shows when sessions might be lying.during a segment on his tuesday night show, o’brien said that he had spotted a “nervous tic, almost like a poker tell, that comes out at times when he may be lying.”he then cut to footage of sessions saying he never remembered meeting russian ambassador sergey kislyak at the mayflower hotel in washington d.c. last year — and as soon as sessions finished talking, his ears started to comically wiggle as he looked ahead nervously.the segment then cut to a clip of sessions saying that, “people are suggesting, through innuendo, that i have been not honest about matters, and i’ve t






janelle monáe tests conan o'brien's pompadour, deems it real


janelle monáe can confirm: conan o'brien's hair is real. and that's a pompadour pro judging a pompadour pro. but wait — the singer doesn't call her usual hairstyle a pompadour. "i really did want to do my 'monáe,' and i wanted to have a hair-off with you, but we went for something different today," the 31-year-old "hidden figures" and "moonlight" actress told the host during a sit-down on his monday show. o'brien explained that when he was 22, he might have been able to compete with her striking trademark 'do. "i could pile it up so much, get some mayonnaise in there and then bake it," he said. (and if that isn't an invitation, what is, really?) "can i touch it? i've always wanted to," monáe said. "i know this is so rude, because i don't like people touching my hair ... at least i as






uk child migrant so hungry she 'ate grain meant for pigs'


media captionmarcelle o'brien speaks of "sadistic treatment"a woman who was sent from england to australia as a child was molested and left so hungry she ate grain meant for pigs, an inquiry has heard.marcelle o'brien, now in her 70s, was four years old when she was sent to a home in pinjarra, western australia, run by the fairbridge society.she was molested by her school's deputy principal and caned, the inquiry heard.ms o'brien was the first victim to give evidence to the independent inquiry into child sexual abuse.she described the "mental cruelty" and "sadistic" treatment she endured at the home where she was forced to do "slave labour".the abuse scandal of the british children sent abroad'name the villains', abuse inquiry toldhow will the inquiry work?the inquiry, which covers england






seeing us presidents in a different light


a new exhibition in washington gives visitors the chance to rethink how history has judged them.the bbc's jane o'brien went to take a look.video by bill mckenna






country home in marine on st. croix gets a barn-style makeover


as a kid, tim o’brien used to buy candy at the old-time general store in the hamlet of marine on st. croix, where his parents had a seasonal vacation home about half a mile from town.“on a hot summer day, we walked to town and pumped water from an old horse trough along the road. it’s still there,” he said.today, o’brien and his wife, francine, own 100 acres of farmland that has been in the o’brien family for 60 years. they lease much of the land to farmers who grow alfalfa, corn and other crops.about this projectwhat: barn-inspired separate retreat from the main house mixes modern and agrarian elements.size: the ground-level garage/workshop is 1,032 square feet, and the upper-level loft is 593 square feet.design team: architect david o’brien wagner and design intern brittny roberts, sala






country home in marine on st. croix was inspired by classic barns


as a kid, tim o’brien used to buy candy at the old-time general store in the hamlet of marine on st. croix, where his parents had a seasonal vacation home about half a mile from town.“on a hot summer day, we walked to town and pumped water from an old horse trough along the road. it’s still there,” he said.today, o’brien and his wife, francine, own 100 acres of farmland that has been in the o’brien family for 60 years. they lease much of the land to farmers who grow alfalfa, corn and other crops.about this projectwhat: barn-inspired separate retreat from the main house mixes modern and agrarian elements.size: the ground-level garage/workshop is 1,032 square feet, and the upper-level loft is 593 square feet.design team: architect david o’brien wagner and design intern brittny roberts, sala






mayor, terminally ill son at white house st. pat's dinner


washington — a mayor from new jersey and his terminally ill son were treated to an early st. patrick's day meal thursday night at the white house.republican sayreville mayor kennedy o'brien said the white house "moved heaven and earth" to get his 42-year-old son to the dinner with president donald trump and irish prime minister enda kenny.patrick sean o'brien suffers from amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, or als, a neurodegenerative disease. he is a filmmaker whose documentary "transfatty lives" is a first-person chronicle of his battle . in one scene of the film, o'brien sits naked in his wheelchair outside of the white house to raise awareness of als.his father said trump shook his son's hand as did kenny and kenny's wife."it doesn't happen often in your lifetime that you get to meet the pr






how light artist james turrell and an oval exoplanet inspired 'arrival's' oscar-


'arrival' movie review by kenneth turankenneth turan reviews 'arrival' directed by denis villeneuve, starring amy adams, jeremy renner, forest whitaker, michael stuhlbarg, tzi ma, and mark o’brien. video by jason h. neubert.kenneth turan reviews 'arrival' directed by denis villeneuve, starring amy adams, jeremy renner, forest whitaker, michael stuhlbarg, tzi ma, and mark o’brien. video by jason h. neubert.see more videos






christopher o’brien not guilty of murder, guilty of manslaughter


advertisement | advertise on newsdaychristopher o'brien, 56, left, was drunk when he was driving the wrong way on sunrise highway, killing thomas d'eletto, 57, right, on dec. 23, 2015. (credit: scda; family of thomas d elett) a suffolk judge acquitted a sound beach man who drove drunk the wrong way on sunrise highway and killed a man of second-degree murder but convicted him second-degree manslaughter and dwi.state supreme court justice fernando camacho, who heard the case against christopher o’brien, 56, without a jury, said that although there was enough evidence to try the case as a murder, there was not enough...






he tried to ‘intimidate’ me by lying about taping conversations


biographer tim o’brien revealed on sunday that now-president donald trump lied about taping him in an effort to intimidate him. in 2005, trump sued o’brien over his book trumpnation: the art of being the donald, which suggested that the real estate mogul was worth only $250 million. but the author turned the tables on trump and cornered him in a deposition for making at least 30 false statements. “his loose association with the truth becomes problematic when he’s confronted with documents,” o’brien explained to cnn host brian stelter on sunday. “we’ve had decades now of trump frequently lying or exaggerating about a wide range of things.”o’brien pointed out that special counsel robert mueller has an arsenal of tools available to assist the trump investigation, including subpoena power, acc






mayor, terminally ill son at white house st. pat's dinner


washington — a mayor from new jersey and his terminally ill son are being treated to an early st. patrick's day meal at the white house.sayreville mayor kennedy o'brien says the white house "moved heaven and earth" to get his 42-year-old son to thursday night's dinner with president donald trump and irish prime minister enda kenny.patrick sean o'brien suffers from amyotrophic laterals sclerosis, or als, a neurodegenerative disease. he's a filmmaker whose documentary "transfatty lives" is a first-person chronicle of his battle.o'brien says his son was diagnosed in 2005 and was given no more than five years to live. he's now paralyzed and on a ventilator.the republican says making it to the dinner is a tribute to st. patrick and all the people who helped them get there.






trump thinks he owns renoir, but art institute says real one hangs in chicago


there are two versions of french impressionist pierre-auguste renoir’s “two sisters (on the terrace).”one has hung in the art institute of chicago since 1933.the other is in president donald trump’s new york apartment.but one of them is a fake — and the art institute says it isn’t the one in chicago.trump, apparently, disagrees.trump biographer tim o’brien — who was raised in chicago and knew the painting well — told vanity fair’s “inside the hive” podcast that he first challenged trump over the authenticity of trump’s “renoir” years ago on the real estate mogul’s private jet, where it once hung.even after o’brien pointed out that the real renoir hangs in chicago, trump continued to insist his was real, telling him, “you know, that’s an original renoir,” o’brien said.and after trump sold t






andy carroll watch robbery accused 'hid under mattress'


image copyrightpaimage caption the west ham striker previously told the court he hit about 10 cars in his effort to get away a man accused of attempting to rob premier league footballer andy carroll of his £22,000 watch hid under a mattress when police arrived to arrest him, a court has heard.the west ham player, who has nine england caps, told basildon crown court he was returning home from training when he was chased by two motorcyclists on 2 november 2016.jack o'brien, 22, was arrested 10 days after the alleged attempted robbery.mr o'brien denies attempted robbery.prosecutor simon gladwell said police arrested mr o'brien at a house in dagenham, where they found him in the front bedroom "hiding in the bed frame under the mattress".mr gladwell said police seized a crash helmet and ducati






testimony in fatal crash case focuses on how drunk driver was


lawyers and a toxicologist wrestled wednesday with the question of exactly how drunk a sound beach man was when he drove the wrong way on sunrise highway and hit and killed another motorist.it’s a key question in the second-degree murder trial of christopher o’brien, 56, taking place in central islip. most popularthere’s no dispute that o’brien was intoxicated at 5:35 a.m. on dec. 23, 2015 when he drove east in the westbound lanes and collided with a car driven by thomas d’eletto, 57, an aquebogue project engineer heading to work in nassau county.but if state supreme court justice fernando camacho, who is hearing the case without a jury, finds that suffolk prosecutors have not proved o’brien’s blood-alcohol level was over 0.18 percent, he likely would have to acquit o’brien of the more ser






epsom derby 2017: wings of eagles beats favourites cliffs of moher and cracksman


wings of eagles gave aidan o'brien his sixth derby winaidan o'brien's 40-1 shot wings of eagles came from deep to beat favourites cliffs of moher and cracksman to win the epsom derby.with only two horses behind him with three furlongs to run, jockey padraig beggy led wings of eagles on a late charge to beat fancied stablemate cliffs of moher in the dying strides.the 7-2 favourite cracksman, ridden by frankie dettori, was third."it's brilliant, i can't describe it," beggy told bbc radio 5 live."i dreamed of it when i was fairly young. i had nearly given it up."fair play to aidan o'brien - it doesn't matter what price you are riding when you are riding for aidan in a big race."the queen was present for the derby at epsom downs in surreythe result had looked like going with the form book as c






trump biographers warn he’d ‘like to be president for life’


donald trump biographers gwenda blair and tim o’brien, alongside abc news correspondent tom llamas, joined abc’s martha raddatz on sunday to discuss how little the president has changed from decades past.“he is exactly the same guy,” blair, author of the trumps: three generations of builders and a president, told raddatz on “this week.”“he’s 70 years old,” llamas pointed out. “and for the better part of his adult life, he’s never had a boss. he’s always been the boss, so he’s never had to listen to anybody.”llamas argued that “right now,” no matter “how great a tactician, how brilliant a political scientist walks into the oval office, whatever they tell donald trump, he’s going to do what he wants.”llamas said trump is “his best spokesperson,” insisting “maybe the only part of his presiden






uk child migrant so hungry she 'ate grain meant for pigs'


media captionmarcelle o'brien speaks of "sadistic treatment"a woman who was sent from england to australia as a child was molested and left so hungry she ate grain meant for pigs, an inquiry has heard.marcelle o'brien was sent to a home in pinjarra, western australia, run by the fairbridge society, at the age of four.the then-queen, wife of george vi, later intervened to ask whether she could return to the uk to be adopted.but fairbridge said it would not be in her "best interests", the independent inquiry into child sexual abuse heard.mrs o'brien said she suffered "mental cruelty" and "sadistic" treatment at the home where she was forced to do "slave labour".she was molested by her school's deputy principal and caned, the hearing was told.the abuse scandal of the british children sent abr






uk child migrant so hungry she 'ate grain meant for pigs'


media captionmarcelle o'brien speaks of "sadistic treatment"a woman who was sent from england to australia as a child was molested and left so hungry she ate grain meant for pigs, an inquiry has heard.marcelle o'brien to a home in pinjarra, western australia, run by the fairbridge society, at the age of four.the then-queen, wife of george vi, later intervened to ask whether she could return to the uk to be adopted.but fairbridge said it would not be in her "best interests", the independent inquiry into child sexual abuse heard.mrs o'brien said she suffered "mental cruelty" and "sadistic" treatment at the home where she was forced to do "slave labour".she was molested by her school's deputy principal and caned, the hearing was told.the abuse scandal of the british children sent abroad'name






c.j.: interviewing is a sport to soledad o'brien: 'you execute on the field'


part 2 of my interview with award-winning journalist soledad o'brien takes us into the territory she likes best: uncomfortable questions about sex, race and politics and a journalist's power to call out people. we talked when o'brien hosted one of her "powherful summits" for young women in december at the marriot city center.q: do you have to badger anybody for an interview, or do you get all you want?a: a little bit of both. i failed [to land] luther vandross. he agreed and then he backed out and i loved him. i loved him so much i was hyperventilating the day i was to interview him. then he died. i'm pretty clear about what i'm going to ask people. i don't believe in ambushing people. i want them to be educated in their answers. sometimes it is hard when people know where this conversatio






o'brien auto park


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un: world facing greatest humanitarian crisis since 1945


media captionyemen's war is leaving children on the brink of famine. warning: this video contains some distressing scenesthe world is facing its largest humanitarian crisis since 1945, the united nations says, issuing a plea for help to avoid "a catastrophe".un humanitarian chief stephen o'brien said that more than 20 million people faced the threat of starvation and famine in yemen, somalia, south sudan and nigeria.unicef has already warned 1.4m children could starve to death this year.mr o'brien said $4.4bn (£3.6bn) was needed by july to avert disaster."we stand at a critical point in history," mr o'brien told the security council on friday. "already at the beginning of the year we are facing the largest humanitarian crisis since the creation of the united nations." "now, more than 20 mi






un: world facing greatest humanitarian crisis since 1945


media captionyemen's war is leaving children on the brink of famine. warning: this video contains some distressing scenesthe world is facing its largest humanitarian crisis since 1945, the united nation's humanitarian chief said as he pleaded for help to avoid "a catastrophe".stephen o'brien said more than 20 million people face the threat of starvation and famine in yemen, somalia, south sudan and nigeria.unicef has already warned 1.4m children could starve to death this year.mr o'brien said $4.4bn (£3.6bn) was needed by july to avert disaster."we stand at a critical point in history," mr o'brien told the security council on friday. "already at the beginning of the year we are facing the largest humanitarian crisis since the creation of the united nations." "now, more than 20 million peop






un: world facing greatest humanitarian crisis since 1945


media captionyemen's war is leaving children on the brink of famine. warning: this video contains some distressing scenesthe world is facing its largest humanitarian crisis since 1945, the united nations says, issuing a plea for help to avoid "a catastrophe".un humanitarian chief stephen o'brien said that more than 20 million people faced the threat of starvation and famine in yemen, somalia, south sudan and nigeria.unicef has already warned 1.4m children could starve to death this year.mr o'brien said $4.4bn (£3.6bn) was needed by july to avert disaster."we stand at a critical point in history," mr o'brien told the security council on friday. "already at the beginning of the year we are facing the largest humanitarian crisis since the creation of the united nations." "now, more than 20 mi






one dead, two injured when attempting to move beltrami county home


a northern minnesota man was killed sunday when a small home he was helping to move onto a foundation fell from its supports, trapping him beneath it.joshua l. o'brien, 25, of blackduck, died and two others were injured in the accident, which occurred shortly before 11 a.m. outside kelliher in shotley township, about 60 miles north of bemidji on the south shore of upper red lake.according to the beltrami county sheriff's office, kelliher and others were working to place a small home on a foundation when the house fell from the jacks, wood posts and concrete blocks being used to lift and support the building. o'brien was trapped underneath it.fire and rescue workers were able to pull o'brien from the building and tried to save him but were unsuccessful. christopher o'brien, 52, of blackduck






one dead, two injured when attempting to move beltrami county home


a northern minnesota man was killed sunday when a small home he was helping to move onto a foundation fell from its supports, trapping him beneath it.joshua l. o’brien, 25, of blackduck, died and two others were injured in the accident, which occurred shortly before 11 a.m. outside kelliher in shotley township, about 60 miles north of bemidji on the south shore of upper red lake.according to the beltrami county sheriff’s office, kelliher and others were working to place a small home on a foundation when the house fell from the jacks, wood posts and concrete blocks being used to lift and support the building. o’brien was trapped underneath it.fire and rescue workers were able to pull o’brien from the building and tried to save him but were unsuccessful. christopher o’brien, 52, of blackduck






female officers in high demand at st. paul police department


allison rogers knew she wanted to be a police officer, but others had their concerns: did she consider teaching instead? had she seen the most recent news articles about officers who were killed in the line of duty?so rogers pursued a degree in corrections instead.“i had a lot of people telling me i wouldn’t want to be in the profession,” said rogers. “more out of fear than that it wasn’t a noble profession. i’m a pretty small … i’m 5-foot-1. with my boots, i’m 5-3.”in her second year at minnesota state university, mankato, she gained the confidence to switch tracks to law enforcement after speaking with an officer from her hometown of waseca, minn., where she served as a police reserve. on a recent urday morning, rogers, 23, was among 88 people who packed an informational meeting at the n