The Human Rights Campaign (HRC), the nation’s largest lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) civil rights organization, has announced that Vice President Joe Biden will deliver the keynote address at the 19th annual HRC National Dinner on the evening of October 3, 2015, in Washington, DC.In addition, HRC announced that seven-time Emmy Award winner Allison Janney will present HRC’s National Vanguard Award to Academy Award nominated actress Ellen Page for her courage and leadership. Retired NBA athlete Jason Collins and Blossom Brown are also slated to address the sold-out gathering. As previously announced, multi-platinum selling Grammy nominated singer and songwriter Carly Rae Jepsen, and multi-platinum selling Grammy award-winning A Great Big World – joined by Hip-Hop artist Futuristic – will perform.“Vice President Biden has stood up for the rights of all Americans to live their lives free from discrimination and fear throughout his remarkable career, and he’s a true champion of LGBT equality,” said HRC President Chad Griffin. “From his historic announcement in support of marriage equality to his ongoing commitment to achieving full federal equality for LGBT Americans, the Vice President has proven time and again that he’s a stalwart ally to our community, and we’re honored he’ll be joining us to deliver the keynote address at the HRC National Dinner.”As both Senator and Vice President of the United States, Vice President Biden’s work to advance LGBT equality is just one chapter in a remarkable lifetime of service to our country. He has played an integral role in the Obama Administration’s unprecedented legacy of progress for the LGBT community. At HRC’s Spring Equality Convention in March, the Vice President called for the passage of new federal LGBT non-discrimination protections. “We have to pass the federal non-discrimination legislation, and we need to pass it now,” said Biden. A few months later, the landmark Equality Act – comprehensive legislation that would guarantee explicit, permanent protections for LGBT people in many of the most important aspects of their lives – was introduced in Congress. At an HRC event in Los Angeles last year, Biden highlighted the importance of defending LGBT rights abroad in the United States’ foreign policy agenda.In addition, Academy Award nominated actress Ellen Page will be presented with an award by seven-time Emmy Award winner Allison Janney at the event highlighting the organization’s work fighting for full LGBT equality. Page has charmed audiences and critics with captivating performances in a wide range of films. In addition, Page – who made the bold decision to come out publicly at HRC’s first annual Time to THRIVE conference – continues to set a powerful example for LGBT and allied youth around the world. Her coming out speech was viewed more than a half-million times within the first 12 hours after the video was uploaded to HRC’s YouTube page. Page will be introduced and presented the HRC National Vanguard Award by seven-time Emmy Award winner, Allison Janney, who has co-starred with Page in three films: Juno, Touchy Feely, and the to-be-released Talullah.“Ellen Page has been an inspiration for LGBT youth around the world,” said Griffin. “Her willingness to speak her truth for all to hear, and to confront injustice against LGBT people, has made her a role model and there is no one more deserving of HRC’s National Vanguard Award. And it’s only fitting that the award will be presented by such a strong ally to our cause as Allison Janney.”Retired NBA athlete Jason Collins and Blossom Brown are also slated to speak. Jason Collins was the first openly gay player to be signed by an NBA team. Collins and Blossom Brown, a transgender student and HRC volunteer who was featured in a television ad from HRC’s “All God’s Children” campaign and has appeared on I Am Cait and the Ellen Degeneres Show, will share more about their personal journeys, the challenges they’ve faced, and the victories they’ve claimed living open and authentic lives.“Jason Collins changed the world of sports for the better when he came out, and Blossom Brown has helped to lift the voices of the transgender community by showing true courage in sharing her story,” added Griffin.The 19th annual HRC National Dinner, which is expected to draw over 3,000 guests, will be held at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center. More information is available at www.hrcnationaldinner.org.As previously announced, Hillary Clinton will speak to the organization at a separate event on the morning of the National Dinner. Approximately 800 grassroots leaders from across the country – including the HRC Board of Directors, HRC Board of Governors, HRC staff, and volunteer leaders and supporters from the organization’s over 1.5 million members and supporters in all 50 states – will hear from Secretary Clinton.
APTN National NewsAs political rhetoric continues with missing and murdered women cases and how the $10 million should be used, another family in Winnipeg fears it is facing a dark reality.APTN National News reporter Tiar Wilson has this story.
APTN National NewsA First Nations man from northern Saskatchewan has astonished his community by losing nearly 90 kilograms or 200 pounds.His feat has also prompted others to adopt a healthy lifestyle.APTN’s Larissa Burnouf visited the man in La Ronge, Saskatchewan.
TORONTO – The CEO of Hudson’s Bay Co. will leave the company and return to his consulting firm next month, the company says — less than two months after he helped bring the Canadian department-store chain to an international market.Gerald Storch, who joined the Toronto-based retailer in January 2015, will return to Storch Advisors effective Nov. 1, the company said in a statement.“I’m looking forward to returning to my advisory firm to work with a range of companies during this transformational time for the retail industry,” Storch, who also once held the top job at Toys “R” Us, said.Richard Baker, whom Storch succeeded in the top role, will resume the CEO’s duties on an interim basis, while the company searches for a permanent replacement.Baker said he and the board are grateful for Storch’s work, which included leading cost-cutting efforts and addressing the challenges for the company’s multiple banners in a fast-evolving retail environment.The team at HBC (TSX:HBC) is focused on delivering a strong holiday season and looking forward at getting the most value from its retail and real estate assets, Baker said.The retailer, which owns Saks Fifth Avenue and Lord & Taylor, has been struggling in a shifting retail landscape where consumers are increasingly turning to online shopping.This summer, the company announced it was cutting 2,000 jobs and faced pressure from an activist investor to unlock value in its real estate holdings.HBC has remained focused on its European expansion, with the first Hudson’s Bay store opening last month in the Netherlands.At the time, Storch said there was a big gap in the Dutch market between a very-high end luxury player and discount chains, and he expected the company to be welcomed with open arms.Storch’s departure was announced after the Toronto Stock Exchange closed Friday. The stock was at $11.96 in Toronto prior to the announcement.
MADRID — Spain has rolled out the red carpet for visiting Chinese President Xi Jinping, who is seeking global allies amid souring trade clashes with Washington.Xi and King Felipe VI have reviewed Spain’s guard of honour at the Royal Palace in the Spanish capital while Chinese First Lady Peng Liyuan and Spanish Queen Letizia observed the ceremony from a podium.Xi is scheduled to meet Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez later Wednesday and both will preside over the signing of around 20 government and business agreements, including a deal to export on-the-bone legs of Iberian ham to the Chinese market.The Chinese leader follows his two-day visit to Spain by flying to Argentina on Thursday for a G-20 leaders’ summit the next day, and visits to Panama and Portugal until Dec. 5.The Associated Press
by David Bauder, The Associated Press Posted Oct 7, 2015 10:10 am MDT Last Updated Oct 7, 2015 at 1:20 pm MDT AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email His TV show axed, The Weather Channel will bring Al Roker to a smaller screen FILE – In this March 16, 2015 file photo, Al Roker attends the premiere of “The Divergent Series: Insurgent” at the Ziegfeld Theatre in New York. Roker will be the headliner for “The Lift,” a digital offering that could have intriguing implications for television programs. It will launch on Oct. 15, available on the network’s mobile app on weekdays between 6 and 11 a.m. EDT. (Photo by Evan Agostini/Invision/AP, File) NEW YORK, N.Y. – After The Weather Channel cancelled his morning show, Al Roker is coming back on a much smaller screen.He’s the headliner for “The Lift,” a digital offering that could have intriguing implications for television programs. It will launch on Oct. 15, available on the network’s free mobile app on weekdays between 6 and 11 a.m.Each day’s program will include six minutes of weather news, science and nature stories, fun videos and eventually local forecasts tailored to the mobile device owner (development of the local forecast technology won’t be ready for the launch). “The Lift” comes a few weeks after The Weather Channel axed the two-hour morning show, “Wake Up with Al,” that Roker had hosted.“Was I sad to see ‘Wake Up with Al’ go?” Roker asked. “Absolutely. But it was a better opportunity to utilize my time. Two hours is two hours, and this is a considerably shorter show.”The Weather Channel cited research from eMarketer that 65 per cent of smartphone users in the U.S. check their devices within 15 minutes of waking up. The morning is also the network’s busiest time of day as viewers check to see what their day will be like.Mobile users will see a link to “The Lift” when they open their Weather Channel app. They will be able to watch it as a six-minute show or in individual segments 40 to 60 seconds long.Roker said he can see “The Lift” being a model for other information-based television shows or networks as a way to augment their reach.“Other programmers will migrate to that model before long,” he said.The show will primarily be produced out of a newly-built Atlanta studio, with Roker filming his contributions from New York or elsewhere when he’s sent on location by the “Today” show. Meteorologists Domenica Davis and Ari Sarsalari will also be featured on “The Lift.”“It’s like the difference between having a sit-down breakfast or a good grab-and-go,” Roker said.
Let us know what you like about Geek by taking our survey. When you call your episode “Revelations,” you’d better deliver. That’s the lofty promise Black Lightning made this week, and it came through. I was already excited about this show, and last night’s episode made it even better. Black Lightning is wanted by the law, and his standing in the community has suffered. Lady Eve’s criminal activity was apparently not known to most people. As far as they’re concerned, Black Lightning killed a successful woman. That’s a bad look. The superhero himself though, is more concerned with training his daughter. It’s fun watching them fight together, though the moment when he drives home the importance of not harming civilians is a little awkward. It’s totally within Jefferson’s character that he feels everyone needs to be protected. But there had to have been a better way to do it than “racists are people too.”That ends soon enough, and we get back to Gambi being shady as hell. He meets with a mysterious man in a parking lot who’s convinced that Black Lightning is behind Lady Eve’s death. See, she wasn’t an ordinary crime boss. She was a shadowy organization’s liaison to the 100. It’s an organization Gambi is apparently involved in. Her job was to distribute Green Light to the streets of Freeland. Whoever this group is, they’re using the citizens of Freeland as guinea pigs in some kind of mass drug experiment.James Remar as Gambi (Photo: Eli Joshua)Gambi keeps going back and forth about whose side he’s really on, too. As Jefferson and Anissa investigate Lady Eve’s morgue, Gambi brings up the fact that there’s a price on Black Lightning’s head now. He pretends not to know, but to us, that’s clearly a lie. Jefferson is such a dad in this scene; it’s kind of touching. He goes to great effort to turn every detail into a teachable moment. How much force to use and the importance of remembering that lives are worth protecting. He’s so focused on being a good mentor/father, he misses a big piece of evidence. Good thing both Anissa and Gambi are paying attention. The burn marks on Lady Eve aren’t consistent with electrocution, at least not from a lightning blast. Burn marks like that suggest some kind of portable superweapon. A nuclear powered portable superweapon. That’s a decent clue.Gambi’s able to track the radiation from the murder scene to the woods outside town. He insists on investigating by himself, but Jefferson is having none of it. He wants the opportunity to better train his daughter. To him, Gambi’s frustration seems like concern. It’s clear to us though, that he’s just nervous about what Jefferson will find. There’s a decent amount of intrigue in this episode that keeps things tense. While Jefferson and Gambi work to clear Black Lightning’s name, Lynn tries to recover her research into Green Light. She finds a connection between the drug and a 30-year-old vaccine that Jefferson’s father was working on. The trail runs cold there. She only has one option left.Christine Adams as Lynn (Photo: Bob Mahoney The CW)She goes to see Gambi to find out if he’s got any information. He instantly shuts down, and Lynn puts two and two together. This series doesn’t just tell you she’s the smarter parent; it shows you. She figures out that Gambi came to town right at the same time the vaccine entered Freeland. She connects it to the fact that Gambi never talks about his life before moving to Freeland. He doesn’t even deny it. He just says it’s time he talked with Jefferson. It’s such a shock to her that she can’t even enjoy Jefferson’s story of how Anissa saved his life. While investigating the woods, they found the bodies of the assassins that took out Lady Eve. They also find a disposable henchman set to retrieve them, not knowing they’d explode. Anissa catches on quicker than Jefferson, who’s stuck in lecture mode. She saves his life and at that moment, Jefferson realizes exactly what kind of superhero he raised.He can’t celebrate for long, though. Lynn is oddly distant as he shares the exciting story of how his daughter saved his life. She tells him he needs to talk to Gambi. Finally, we get the answer to the question this show has been dancing around since week two. Gambi is part of a government agency called the ASA. When he came to Freeland 30 years ago, they were experimenting with a vaccine that would subdue and pacify a population. Gambi was sent to administer the experiment. When he found out it was giving some kids super powers, and killing most of them, Gambi leaked the information to Jefferson’s father. That’s what got him killed. The government using drugs to keep down an already marginalized population is the kind of conspiracy this show is uniquely poised to handle well. It’s already established itself as a show that uses superheroes to talk about systemic racism. Even if it can be a little hamfisted about it at times, I don’t see many other shows taking quite this big a swing. It should also make for an enthralling story. If I weren’t already way into Black Lightning, this would do it.Cress Williams as Jefferson Pierce and Nafessa Williams as Anissa Pierce (Photo: Bob Mahoney/The CW)This is one of those rare cases where a thing where a thing with the word “Revelations” in the title actually contains legitimate, surprising revelations. It wasn’t too heavy on the superhero action, but every scene moved the story forward. Plus, the few action scenes it did have were filled with character development, drama and humor. Black Lighting is awkwardly trying to strike a balance between father, teacher and superhero will never stop being funny. And it looks like we’re going to get even more of that. Another fun part of the episode centered around Jennifer discovering her powers. When she gets scared, much like Anissa at first, her eyes start to glow and energy shoots from her hands. More family superheroism is coming.And then there’s the whole story with LaLa. He’s back, he’s scary and he’s talking to a ghost. Of a woman that he killed. He’s making out with the ghost. Of the woman he killed. He’s freaking out his two underlings along with the rest of us. I think the show is building him up to be the end-of-season villain. Tobias Whale is turning out to be more of a series villain. Someone they want to keep around like a bad guy for multiple seasons. Lala, whatever’s going on with him now, could turn out to be a more immediate threat to Black Lightning as it heads toward the end of its first season. Top Movie and TV Trailers You Might Have Missed This Week’Black Lightning’ Season 2 Finale Recap: Preparing for War Stay on target
It’s easy to forget, but Netflix doesn’t just do original programming! The service’s record on TV shows has been a little spotty in the past, but the masterminds behind the scenes did us a solid recently when they added the first four seasons of Rod Serling’s classic The Twilight Zone.Originally premiering in 1959, The Twilight Zone was a half-hour anthology helmed by Serling that took inspiration from the thriving horror and sci-fi scene of the era, delivering brisk single-episode stories that were often characterized by a third act twist. Most of the show’s contemporaries don’t hold up all that well half a century later, but there’s something about The Twilight Zone that is timeless – despite the black & white footage and primitive effects, they captureHere are our pick for 11 must-watch episodes streaming right now.The Eye of the BeholderIf you’ve gone your whole life without spoiling the twist of a TV show from 58 years ago, we’re not going to ruin your streak. Let’s just say that “The Eye Of The Beholder” stars Beverly Hillbillies cutie Donna Douglas as a young woman who has undergone eleven plastic surgeries on her hideously deformed face and is awaiting the results of the last one. The Twilight Zone was never afraid to take strange approaches to life’s great questions, and this episode combines some startlingly effective makeup with a dramatic and intense third act reveal to create an unforgettable half hour of television.The Monsters Are Due on Maple StreetFor all the supernatural shenanigans that showed up on The Twilight Zone, the show’s essential moral message is that we have more to fear from ourselves – and each other – than the unknown. No episode illustrates this quite like “The Monsters Are Due on Maple Street,” written by Serling himself. A bucolic suburb is shocked by a sudden flash of light and the shadow of a strange craft overhead, and it isn’t long before neighbor is turning on neighbor with accusations of being a space alien in disguise. This taut little thriller really encapsulates the show in a nutshell, and great performances by some of the era’s finest character actors deliver it home.I Shot an Arrow Into the AirSpace travel was a popular preoccupation in the early 1960s, as we prepared to launch a man to the Moon for the first time. Nobody really knew what to expect out there, which is why “I Shot an Arrow Into the Air” works so well. A crew of eight astronauts crash-land in barren, rocky terrain, their navigation ruined somewhere in space. Four survive the landing and set out to explore their new world, only to discover that it’s bleak and lifeless. With resources running low, the quartet turns on each other over the last canteen of water, but when they cross the line into murder it sets up one of the show’s most startling endings.The ShelterImpending nuclear armageddon was a big deal as the Cold War heated up, and Serling loved to poke at the frailty of Man’s redoubts against it. In “The Shelter,” suburban doctor Bill Stockton has built a fallout bunker in his basement, as was the thing to do back then. During his birthday party, surrounded by friends and neighbors, air raid sirens sound and it appears that the Big One is upon them. And that’s the cue for the fabric of civility to break down, as Bill’s shelter only has room and food for his family. A gripping examination of how far we’ll go to preserve our lives even at the expense of others, this is like a Walking Dead episode a half century early.Twenty-TwoOne of the most viscerally horrifying episodes in Twilight Zone canon, “Twenty-Two” tells the tale of dancer Liz Powell, who winds up in the hospotal for exhaustion and begins to suffer intense recurring nightmares where she is compelled by an unknown force to follow a nurse down to the hospital morgue, where the nurse tells her “Room for one more.” The use of repetition and audio cues – a ticking clock, a breaking glass – create an atmosphere of pure existential dread that continues all the way until the episode’s climax, which is about as close to a “happy ending” as the show ever delivered.The Midnight SunOne of the most interesting things about The Twilight Zone in hindsight is how the show used its limited special effects budget to evoke situations beyond human ken. In the Season 3 episode The Midnight Sun, the Earth has spun off its axis and entered an elliptical orbit that’s bringing it closer and closer to the center of the solar system. As temperatures rise, the two last residents of a New York apartment building slowly lose their minds in a gripping character study. If you’re stressed out about global warming, this one will probably give you a straight up heart attack.The Hitch-HikerOne of the things the show did so well was create a feeling of oppressive dread around even the most commonplace circumstances, and the first season episode “The Hitch-Hiker” is a terrific example. Inger Stevens plays Nan Adams, a young woman driving from New York to Los Angeles. After she blows out a tire in Pennsylvania, she spots a disheveled hitchhiker on the side of the road but doesn’t stop to pick him up. When Nan sees the same man again in Virginia, though, things start to get weird. Stevens is captivating as a woman losing her mind one mile at a time, and although the final twist is sort of obvious, it’s delivered so beautifully and brutally that it works.The SilenceBets and wagers were popular plot devices for suspense writers of Serling’s era, and “The Silence” stands out for being one of only three Twilight Zone episodes without any supernatural or fantastic elements. It’s a testament to the gimmick that it still packs a punch without them. When a senior member of a private gentleman’s club gets fed up with the ceaseless chatter, he bets Jamie Tennyson that he can’t remain silent for a year. He accepts, is sealed within a glass-walled room continually monitored by microphones, and then the fun begins. The ending delivers a double twist so harsh that it’ll leave you wincing – let’s just say there are no winners in this bet, just losers.The InvadersAlthough the show is known for Rod Serling’s introductory narration, one of the best episodes they ever did has virtually no dialogue. Horror writer Richard Matheson penned season 2 outing “The Invaders,” which stars Agnes Moorehead as an elderly woman who lives alone in a cabin in the woods with no electricity or modern conveniences. When a flying saucer lands on her roof bearing a pair of six inch high humanoids armed with futuristic weapons, it starts a battle for her life that has one of the show’s most notorious twist endings. Moorehead’s performance is astounding – she really makes you believe that these little bastards are threatening despite the primitive special effects.A World Of DifferenceThe thing that elevated The Twilight Zone from imitators like The Outer Limits was its willigness to be nearly literary in its plot conceits. “A World Of Difference” illustrates that perfectly with its heady metafictional conceit. At the episode’s start, we meet businessman Arthur Curtis as he plans a vacation with his wife. All of a sudden, a director yells “Cut!” and we learn that Curtis is in reality an actor named Gerald Raigan – only he doesn’t. Is he so lost in the role that he’s lost his mind, or is something much weirder going on? The answer may well surprise you.Time Enough at LastHenry Bemis is one of the most perfectly-drawn characters in the Twilight Zone, a bespectacled bookworm bank teller who takes refuge in the vault while the world ends and comes out to find that he’s the last man on Earth. Burgess Meredith – well-known as the Penguin from the kitschy 60s Batman TV series – carries an entire episode on his able shoulders, taking us on Henry’s emotional journey as he realizes that being forever alone might not be as bad as he thinks. The closing twist of this one is one of the show’s most mean-spirited and has been endlessly parodied and homaged.Let us know what you like about Geek by taking our survey.
Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp#UnitedStates, January 23, 2018 – New York City – The FNM Administration plans to even the law when it comes to the nationality of children born to Bahamians, the Attorney General during his report to the Human Rights Council of the United Nations last week said that what a 2016 referendum failed to do for equity’s sake, the Minnis Administration will do when it amends The Bahamas Nationality Act.“The minor child of a Bahamian male or female, wherever born, in or out of wedlock, will be entitled to be registered as a Bahamian upon application by the parents.”There have been mixed reactions to the presentation by Bahamas Attorney General, Carl Bethel who led a delegation at the Universal periodic review in Geneva, Switzerland. The AG’s legal posture and comments on behalf of the Commonwealth of The Bahamas as it relates to hot button issues like marital rape and equality for transgender residents of The Bahamas was met with some backlash but equally interesting was his comments on how The Bahamas will now aim to deal with ‘statelessness’.“The Government plans to introduce an Independent Review Committee chaired by a retired Chief Justice, to review all pending applications for citizenship in an effort to clear the enormous backlog that currently exists, allowing those applicants who qualify for citizenship to receive and enjoy the citizenship promised by the constitution. The committee will make recommendations in all cases to the immigration board and the minister, which recommendations will ordinarily be followed, unless there are compelling reasons of National Security or public safety.”While the Attorney General on Jan 17 2018 reported on progresses like criminal cases more quickly reaching trial stage, cut down from a year to two months, he also reported on challenges including improvements necessary at the migrant detention center and highlighted areas where Bahamians were not culturally or democratically prepared to budge. Among them: capital punishment, the death penalty will stay as Bahamians see it as lawful though an execution has not happened in 17 years … and corporal punishment which will remain legal within schools and homes once reasonably carried out.#MagneticMediaNews#BahamasNationalityAct#IndependentReviewCommittee Related Items:#BahamasNationalityAct, #IndependentReviewCommittee, #magneticmedianews
Categories: Local San Diego News Tags: Military FacebookTwitter September 25, 2018 Updated: 10:40 PM Navy veteran homeowner, Marine tenants, to take HOA to court Ashlie Rodriguez Posted: September 25, 2018 Ashlie Rodriguez, 00:00 00:00 spaceplay / pause qunload | stop ffullscreenshift + ←→slower / faster ↑↓volume mmute ←→seek . seek to previous 12… 6 seek to 10%, 20% … 60% XColor SettingsAaAaAaAaTextBackgroundOpacity SettingsTextOpaqueSemi-TransparentBackgroundSemi-TransparentOpaqueTransparentFont SettingsSize||TypeSerif MonospaceSerifSans Serif MonospaceSans SerifCasualCursiveSmallCapsResetSave SettingsOCEANSIDE (KUSI) – An Oceanside Navy veteran takes his homeowners’ association to court after it said he was violating rules 10 years after he bought two homes in the neighborhood.KUSI’s Ashlie Rodriguez was live from the Arrowwood community where those two homes are located.
MIAMI (WSVN) – A threat posted to Facebook against a high school in Miami has been revealed to be a prank by a student.The message, directed at Booker T. Washington High School, read, “Booker T. finna get shot up on Monday. Don’t say you weren’t warned.”According to Miami-Dade Schools, the student who posted the threat admitted that it was a prank directed at another student. School officials said the student will be disciplined.As a precaution on Monday, additional police were stationed at the school, located at 1200 NW 6th Ave.This is the second threat against a Miami-Dade County school in less than a week. A message was found on a bathroom wall at Gateway Environmental K-8 Learning Center in Homestead, Friday.Officials at that school called in deemed the threat “non-credible,” allowing classes to resume. The student behind that note was later found and disciplined.Copyright 2019 Sunbeam Television Corp. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.
Communities responding to announced reductions in force structure and personnel can apply for planning assistance from DOD’s Office of Economic Adjustment (OEA) to organize and better understand how the reductions may affect local housing, schools and businesses, according to a March 18 Federal Register notice.States, counties or municipalities can apply for OEA’s community adjustment planning assistance if they expect to experience personnel reductions resulting in the loss of at least:2,000 military, civilian, and contractor personnel in an urban area; or1,000 military, civilian, or contractor personnel in the case of a non-urban area.The OEA director must also determine whether the losses “constitute a direct and significant adverse consequence” on a community and its residents, according to the notice. In cases affecting multiple jurisdictions, affected jurisdictions would be required to apply jointly for a single assistance program.Applicants would be required to provide at least 10 percent of the project cost.Examples of activities that could be funded under this program include:operating and maintaining a community-based organization to represent an affected area and its workers, businesses and communities;preparing strategies and plans for sustainable economic recovery;carrying out a community adjustment and economic diversification program; andplanning and carrying out local economic adjustment programs.Planning assistance can be used for feasibility studies; organizational staffing, operating, and administrative expenses; redevelopment and economic development capacity building; public outreach; and other activities necessary for a community to respond to the adverse impact of defense spending reductions on local schools, housing markets and central business districts.OEA will consider proposals on a continuing basis — subject to available appropriations — as an end date for this program has not yet been determined. For more information, contact James Holland, program director, at firstname.lastname@example.org. Dan Cohen AUTHOR
Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao will visit his native place Chintamadaka tomorrow. Arrangements have been made in the village for his visit tomorrow. Former minister and Siddipet MLA Harish Rao reviewed the arrangements. The chief minister is learned to be spending time with the villagers and his childhood friends where he will also have lunch with them. Later, he will oversee the development activities in the village. The government is planning to accord Rs 10 lakh to every household through various schemes, according to officials. This is the second time in a month that KCR is visiting his native place. Earlier, he visited Chintamadaka to learn the issues faced by the villages and later accorded funds to the village development after speaking to the sarpanch.
ReutersEverything was going as planned inside NBC’s Studio 6-B, the audience was having a great time, the cameras had enough juice in their batteries, even Maisie Williams and Jimmy Fallon were having a good chat.As Arya Stark went on talking about her experience and moments from the sets of Game of Thrones, Jimmy constantly kept on teasing her to reveal some spoilers from the upcoming season of the hit HBO show.Maisie Williams finally gave in to Jimmy Fallon’s persuasion and since the folks at HBO had already warned the actors not to divulge anything, Maisie recalled how everyone was emotional when the shooting ended. But out of nowhere, Maisie accidentally revealed that Arya Stark would be dying in the second episode.On hearing Maisie Williams say that loud, there was a pin-drop silence inside Studio 6-B. The audience was in shock, even Jimmy Fallon could not believe his ears that Maisie Williams, who has not, for the past 10 years, revealed anything about the previous seasons just let slip a spoiler for one of the most important characters on the show.Though Jimmy did try to manage the situation by assuring Maisie they will edit that part out, Maisie could not stay calm. Her hand was shaking, her finger could clearly be seen shivering with fear, as she said, “They are gonna tweet.” Jimmy tried his best and started to shoot again but, Maisie was already terrified by the trouble that she had caused.She left the interview in the middle, leaving Jimmy all by himself, stunned without any idea what to do next. The audience can be heard trying to assure Maisie, that they will not post any spoilers or updates but, all those efforts were in vain as Maisie could not be found. She had left but did she leave the building?Jimmy decided to go check on her, so he pulled the blue curtains that lead backstage and from there Maisie came out shouting, ‘April Fools’!Guess, for a time we were really disappointed that Maisie would reveal such an important plot, but thank God, she did not reveal anything.
Monday, July 17, 2017 Tags: Phoenix, Travel Alert Flights diverted from Phoenix airport as strong storms hit the city PHOENIX — Strong storm systems in Phoenix have caused major power outages, flooded part of a major highway and prompted air traffic controllers to divert some flights.The Arizona Republic reports that nearly 6,000 households lost power Saturday night in the greater Phoenix metropolitan area. It wasn’t immediately clear when power would be restored.The Arizona Department of Transportation says flooding briefly closed a section of eastbound Interstate 10.Transportation officials advised drivers to slow down or avoid driving altogether.The storms also prompted air traffic controllers to divert some flights bound for Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport to airports in Mesa, Tucson and Las Vegas.A National Weather Service meteorologist says more storm systems are expected Monday. << Previous PostNext Post >> Source: The Associated Press Share
Related posts:Costa Rican police join human rights group to launch campaign against LGBT discrimination Costa Rica to extend same-sex couples equal rights for public health insurance, care access Argentine baby’s 3 parents ‘very proud’ of legal first Costa Rica grants first gay common-law marriage in Central America A new study released Thursday found that elderly gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender and intersex people are at high risk for “double discrimination” because of their age and sexual or gender identity.The survey published by the Center for the Investigation and Promotion of Human Rights in Central America (CIPAC) found that current laws in Costa Rica don’t anticipate the distinct circumstances LGBT senior citizens face. Many of the LGBT people surveyed by CIPAC said they were concerned about discrimination in assisted-living homes.“Discrimination and inequality has kept elderly LGBT people from freely exercising their rights,” said CIPAC chief political officer Francisco Madrigal in a statement.“Growing old and being non-heterosexual has made this population totally invisible,” he said. It’s “a sector of the population that needs to be made visible and deserves the attention of the state.”The survey of 30 elderly or soon to be elderly LGBT people between November 2014 and January 2015 found that legal hurdles were respondents’ top concern.In May 2014 the Costa Rican Social Security System board voted to allow gays and lesbians to sponsor their same-sex partner for health insurance, but the report said there was still much to be done to shore up the rights of LGBT senior citizens. Costa Rica does not recognize legal same-sex relationships, like civil unions or common-law marriages — circumstances that complicate life for gay and lesbian couples when there are questions about inheritance or life insurance, for example.“Our pensions are very small. I mean, together they make ends meet. With a heterosexual couple, if one dies, the other inherits the pension. For us it’s not like that, it doesn’t pass on,” an unnamed elderly lesbian respondent told a survey taker.Besides a legal system that does not anticipate issues LGBT elderly might face, many respondents expressed concerns over possible discrimination or hostility they might face at an assisted-living home.Out of 16 public and private assisted-living homes surveyed by CIPAC, only seven said that they allowed residents of the same sex to live together. Some homes said they would not accept LGBT residents, while others said they were unsure how they would handle them.The survey also found that caregivers at these facilities have mixed feelings about LGBT residents. Bafflingly, 100 percent of the 23 caregivers surveyed — the vast majority of whom had at least some university education — said that they would not have trouble taking care of an LGBT person as part of their job, but 96 percent of those respondents reported that they preferred not to have any physical contact with LGBT people.In addition:91 percent said that LGBT elderly people should not reveal their sexual orientation91 percent said that LGBT elderly should not live in the same assisted living homes as heterosexual senior citizens61 percent said that LGBT people could be heterosexual “if they really tried”57 percent said that elderly LGBT people were a mythConsidering that a group of care workers didn’t believe that LGBT elderly people exist, among other factors, the survey determined that Costa Rica does not have an adequate supply of services and resources for LGBT senior citizens.The report suggested passing laws that guarantee equal rights for LGBT people in general, and strengthening the pension system and access to housing for LGBT people.“Recognizing unions between people of the same sex is fundamental for topics like retirement funds and inheritance,” the report said.It also recommended improving access to information and training on LGBT issues for care workers, and guaranteeing access to health services, included gynecology and endocrinology, for transgender people. Facebook Comments
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Russia’s Aleksandr Sadovnikov and France’s Mehdy Metella of France round out the top eight for the final where they will attempt to stop Phelps winning his fourth successive Olympic title in the event For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Reuters | Published: January 18 2017 5:34 pm Aleksandar Kolarov also voiced his support for the under-fire manager Pep Guardiola (Source: Reuters) Top News Manchester City still have a chance of winning the Premier League title this season defender Aleksandar Kolarov said despite Pep Guardiola’s men sliding 10 points behind leaders Chelsea after 21 games City slipped to fifth position after Sunday’s 4-0 thrashing at Everton but will hope to get back to winning ways when they host second-placed Tottenham Hotspur this weekend “I still think the title race will go to the very last day and we have to make sure we’re involved” Kolarov told the club website “We just need to turn more games into wins because we’ve dominated some matches but not ended up winning” he said “Every game is tough in the Premier League whether they are at the top or the bottom Guardiola wants us to be 100 per cent professional in everything we do — if we want to win things every small detail is important” Kolarov also voiced his support for the under-fire manager “For all the players it is a great pleasure to play under him because he’s the best coach in the football at the moment” Kolarov added “As players we can improve and we need to win more games but we are just at the beginning of a journey and I think we’ll get better and better” For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: IANS | Mumbai | Published: January 16 2016 11:17 am Actress Kangana Ranaut intends to write a book on her struggles in her life which includes the period before she came to the film industry as well as her stint in it Related News Actress Kangana Ranaut intends to write a book on her struggles in her life which includes the period before she came to the film industry as well as her stint in it “The way I dealt with my failures has been very heavy and I would like to write a book about that how success will never teach you anything” said Kangana at the launch of journalist Barkha Dutt’s book “The Unquiet India” here “So I’ve been through struggle for 10 years and I think that’s what shaped me up as a person today I don’t know how much a success people see me as – that is very external aspect of one’s growth – but I think I’m a very successful person on a very personal level And when you lose something or face failure it’s about how you deal with it and not lose your self-respect and self-worth” she said (Read:Kangana says she was was physically abused hit by someone from the industry) “Ten years of humiliation rejection embarrassment could’ve made me believe what the whole world thought about me – like if they thought about me as a loser but I didn’t think of myself as that or as what the world or my parents thought of me That’s why I could do what I did in my life… Not just in India but all over the world winning and success in so overrated” she added (Also read:Bitch means Baby In Total Control Of Herself: Kangana Ranaut) Kangana who was aspiring to be a doctor before she decided to enter the film industry says that right from schools the system of success or ‘standing first in class’ is prominent She also faced trauma due to her parents’ strange behavior if she didn’t stand first in class “We need to tell our children that it is okay to fail there’s nothing wrong in it Nothing lasts forever That kind of spirit needs to be there” she said Kangana also feels that this kind of prominence given to success and winning creates a feeling where a rejection is hard for people to accept She believes that’s the reason violence against women happen having seen her sister Rangoli suffering an acid attack “So rejection is so hard to deal with for anyone especially men there’s no acceptance for the fact that this women doesn’t want or that she doesn’t have feelings for me Usually that is the intention and I feel that for 90 per cent of the violence against women – that kind of rejection triggers it” Kangana also confessed about being physically abused by an industry celebrity and how she is fighting back physically and legally For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Press Trust of India | Los Angeles | Published: May 31 2015 12:39 pm Singer Ed Sheeran insists that he never hooked up with Taylor Swift or tried to pursue a romantic relationship with her as she is too tall Related News Singer Ed Sheeran insists that he never hooked up with Taylor Swift or tried to pursue a romantic relationship with her as she is too tall The 24-year-old “Thinking Out Loud” hitmaker made this candid revelation during a radio interview at Power 1051’s “The Breakfast Club” in New York City “She’s “too tall I don’t know I met her professionally first we were writing songs I don’t know I get along really well with her” the British singer said Share This Article Related Article “I feel like we look like cast members of The Hobbit “She’s like in the elven kingdom She’s hanging out with Galadriel and stuff and I’ve got hairy feet” Swift is currently dating Calvin Harris Her famous exes include Joe Jonas John Mayer Jake Gyllenhaal and Harry Styles For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsParis: Gylfi Sigurdsson has promised Iceland will not be content to bask in the glory of their Euro 2016 heroics having had a taste of the highs and lows of tournament football The smallest nation ever to take part in the European championship with a population of just 330000 stunned England to reach the last eight They received a reality check in a 5-2 thrashing by hosts France on Sunday But Iceland’s cool blue replica shirts had already sold out before the France defeat They have made their mark Iceland’s players applauds supporters at the end of the Euro 2016 quarterfinal match against France AP "Of course this experience was (an) incredible fantastic three or four weeks for us and I’m sure all the players want to experience this again" said Swansea City playmaker Sigurdsson "We’ve got the World Cup coming up and hopefully we can qualify again" Goalkeeper Hannes Halldorsson had a night to forget at the Stade de France as a double from Olivier Giroud bookended goals from Paul Pogba Dimitri Payet and Antoine Griezmann to send France into a semi-final meeting with old foes Germany However Halldorsson hailed Iceland’s "fantastic journey" from whipping boys to serious contenders on the European stage over the past decade "We can be proud of what we did even though we wanted more "We have had great support from all over the world and it is has been a fantastic journey Sadly it ended tonight" Small nation big hopes Iceland started the tournament by stunning Cristiano Ronaldo’s Portugal with a 1-1 draw Ronaldo’s comment that they had a "small mentality" because of their dogged defence won only more supporters for Iceland They held Hungary by the same score and beat Austria 2-1 to reach the last 16 and create one of the biggest shocks of all time by coming back from a goal down to beat England 2-1 Halldorsson who plays for NEC Nijmenen in the Netherlands believes Iceland now belong among Europe’s best "Now we have gotten a taste of being at the big stage we love it and we belong here "It is going to be very tough but we are going to go all in and give it all we have to qualify (for the World Cup) "I think we’ve shown with the consistency we had in the tournament other than tonight that we belong up there with the big boys and we can get results and we’ll go for it" Sigurdsson was the only Premier League player in the 23-man Icelandic squad but he believes many more of his compatriots deserve a chance to ply their trade in the world’s richest league "Lots of the players probably want to play in the Premier League but it is a question of right place at the right time" said Sigurdsson "They are good guys good personalities and good players as well" The big challenge ahead of Iceland is replacing veteran Swedish coach Lars Lagerback who will hand over the reigns to co-coach and part-time dentist Heimir Hallgrimsson after the tournament "It’s been a fantastic journey these last four-and-a-half years All the support I’ve got from everywhere I’ve been in Iceland and around the game has been absolutely fantastic" said Lagerback "It’s something really really extra this tournament with all the fans coming here and what we heard from back home and all the interest and positivity" Lagerback took charge in his seventh major finals having led his native Sweden to five and Nigeria at the 2010 World Cup He believes the future for Iceland can be bright even without his expertise "Hopefully the FA in Iceland and clubs can take this in and perhaps use the income from this tournament and put it into a project to help develop young players I think the future is pretty good" said Lagerback "If you look upon the whole tournament as a newcomer to reach the quarter-final it’s been absolutely fantastic" Sigurdsson said Lagerback will go down as a "legend" for what he has done for Icelandic football "He is one of the guys that took us to France and to the quarter-finals He will be a legend in Icelandic football history "He helped us get to the finals and achieve some of our dreams so it is very sad he is leaving and I’m sure we’ll be in contact for the rest of our lives" Written by Vivek Deshpande | Nagpur | Published: November 10 2013 2:23 am Related News Even though heavy rain may have damaged crops across the state this yearproduction of foodgrains is going to be on par with the record output (15 lakh tonnnes) of 2010-11due to soil moisture that will see the rabi area go up from last years 45 to 65 lakh hectares this year With thisthe total agriculture production will be up by 10 per centaccording to state Agriculture Department This years rabi area will be 10 lakh hectares more than the average rabi area of 55 lakh hectares The kharif foodgrains output is going to be at least one million tonne less this year compared to the normal output of nine million tones But this timethe rabi output will compensate for it in equal measure? 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