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  • We were hacked, but we’re not going anywhere.

    FROM THE NEWSROOM (Herald de Paris) —  For the second time in our illustrious history, we were hacked. The first time was the night of the Charlie Hebdo thing in Paris.  We recovered from that, and continued our charge.  This second and more recent attack was more brutal.  Not only were we wiped from the […]

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  • Open Letter to Reese Witherspoon: There’s an Army of Experienced Women Directors!

    By Rachel Feldman Dear Reese, I have the highest respect for you, but you are misinformed! When I heard the NPR interview on Monday morning and heard these words from your lips, “Someone said to me the other day… We’re running out of female directors … We don’t have enough women to employ,” I had to speak […]

  • Who owns the land at Standing Rock? The top thing to know about DAPL
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    By James Edward Sved (Berek Dore and Anna Wilding contributed to this article) STANDING ROCK  SIOUX TERRITORY (Herald de Paris) —  US Army veterans numbering in the hundreds have been filtering onto the snow-swept plains at the construction site of the Dakota Access Pipeline, intent on shielding the Native American protesters from the militarized police.  At issue […]

  • City Hearts to host Acclaimed Photographers “Fresh Focus” Auction at Leica Gallery in Los Angeles

    LOS ANGELES – On 16th September, LA’s preeminent Arts education and outreach organization, City Hearts: Kids Say Yes to the Arts, will host its highly respected “Fresh Focus” photography auction at the Leica Gallery in West Hollywood. The celebrated benefit auction, emceed by comedian and actor Jeff Garlin, will feature over 40 globally acclaimed hand selected […]

  • Around 25,000 protest immigration stance of Merkel’s Bavarian allies

    MUNICH (Reuters) – Around 25,000 people braved the rain in Munich on Sunday to protest the hardline immigration stance of Chancellor Angela Merkel’s Bavarian allies three months before they face a tough state election in Bavaria. March organizers said in a statement they were demonstrating against the “irresponsible divisive politics” of top members of the […]

  • Chinese premier calls for severe punishment in vaccine scandal

    REUTERS (China) –  Chinese Premier Li Keqiang has called for an immediate investigation into a scandal over faulty vaccines that he said had crossed a moral line, and urged severe punishment for the companies and people implicated. The scandal erupted a week ago, after major vaccine maker Changsheng Biotechnology Co was found to have violated […]

Sports

  • WHEN FIRING THE MANAGER DOESN’T HELP. Murray Chass on Baseball

      By Murray Chass In an unprecedented wave of dismissals, three managers who led their teams to the post-season last year were excused from further duty with their teams: John Farrell in American League East champion Boston, Joe Girardi in New York with the A.L. wild-card Yankees and Dusty Baker in National League East champion […]

  • Greinke fans 13 as D-backs cool off Rockies

    Zack Greinke struck out a season-high 13 to help the D-backs beat the Rockies, 6-1, on Sunday, ending Colorado’s seven-game win streak. Greinke allowed one run on two hits in eight innings, his longest outing of the year. Nick Ahmed hit a two-run triple and Jeff Mathis added a two-run double for the D-backs. Ian […]

  • Golf: Play suspended for the day at weather-hit Barbasol Championship

    (Reuters) – Play was suspended for the day at the Barbasol Championship on Sunday due to inclement weather before the four co-leaders could tee off at Keene Trace Golf Club in Nicholasville, Kentucky. The final round will resume on Monday at 7:30 a.m. ET (1130 GMT) with American co-leaders Hunter Mahan, Robert Streb, Troy Merritt […]