Sections SEARCH Skip to content Skip to site index Television Subscribe Log In Log In Today’s Paper Television | The Night Democracy Became the Lotto Advertisement Supported by CRITIC’s NOTEBOOK CNN’s hourlong debate-lineup revelation had the appearance of a Powerball drawing and just as much depth. ByJames Poniewozik July 19, 2019 Democracy, as a certain other news outlet has famously observed, dies in darkness. But if you just want to beat it up and humiliate it for an hour, simply stick it in a box. Or two boxes, to be more precise. The The drawing took place in three rounds, separated by generous commercial breaks, and were analyzed before, after and during by Anderson Cooper and a seven-person panel. Brianna Keilar, Victor Blackwell and Ana Cabrera got the job of shuffling clunky placards with candidate names and debate-night dates, as if they were running the world’s wonkiest … [Read more...] about The Night Democracy Became the Lotto
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But Brisket wasn’t what the rescue agency had described. He was not good with people. He was not good with other dogs. Walking around her Brighton neighborhood, with Brisket lunging and growling and biting, Pratt, 27, felt ashamed, overwhelmed. When the trainer arrived, the first of several, Pratt cried. “I was in this delicate place where I loved him more than anything, but I didn’t want to sign my life away for the next 15 years.” Then, the note. Pratt assumed it was from a judgmental onlooker. She feared what it would say, “You need to get rid of him.” She unfolded the paper and relief replaced fear. “I would love to help,” wrote a neighbor who had struggled with her own dog. “Brisket . . . is a cutie!” In 2019, there are two parallel and very different dog stories. In one, we’re in what could be called a golden age of dog ownership. Dogs are being wooed by condos and apartments and hotels. … [Read more...] about What happens when the dog you lovingly rescued is a bad pet?
PUBLISHED: 13:00 26 February 2019 | UPDATED: 14:02 26 February 2019 George Sessions Leyton Orient midfielder Charlie Lee (pic: Simon O'Connor). Simon O'Connor Photography Leyton Orient are set to play eight times in March and each game will carry some degree of importance Leyton Orient’s squad will be tested during March with a lot of games to be played, but the O’s can cope according to midfielder Charlie Lee.The month starts with the east Londoners travelling to Havant & Waterlooville on Saturday before they face a long trip to Barrow next Tuesday.Afterwards, Orient will host Wrexham on March 9, travel to Aldershot Town days later and then play two games with AFC Telford United to decide who makes the FA Trophy final.While O’s should have a rare free midweek between the two semi-final legs, once that is over they are back to it and set to host AFC Fylde on March 26.For a lot of National League clubs it would be a daunting prospect, … [Read more...] about Lee likes it when the games come thick and fast for Orient
News / UK and world by Press Association January 31, 2019, 1:46 pm Updated: January 31, 2019, 1:56 pm Send us a story Sign up to our Daily newsletter Rough sleeping has significantly increased across the North and the Midlands despite a drop in the South, official figures suggest. Some 4,667 people were estimated to be sleeping rough across England last autumn, according to data from the Ministry of Housing, Communities and Local Government (MHCLG) published on Thursday. This was a rise of 2,909 since comparable records began in 2010, but marked the first decrease of the decade, with a drop of 2% since 2017. Communities Secretary James Brokenshire celebrated the fall as a success for the Government’s strategy backed by nearly £100 million of investment, but warned there is a long way to go before ending the crisis. Press Association analysis of the figures suggests that the North and the Midlands saw a 16.8% increase to 1,518 rough sleepers last … [Read more...] about More people sleeping rough in the North despite fall in South
Brexit secretary Raab visiting Irish border 'like thief in the night,' says MP Hazzard BelfastTelegraph.co.uk The Brexit secretary Dominic Raab is in Northern Ireland on a "fact-finding" trip to the border, drawing criticism for his refusal to meet with politicians, business representatives and some members of the Press. https://www.belfasttelegraph.co.uk/news/northern-ireland/brexit-secretary-raab-visiting-irish-border-like-thief-in-the-night-says-mp-hazzard-37484932.html https://www.belfasttelegraph.co.uk/incoming/article37485405.ece/acadc/AUTOCROP/h342/warrenpoint_visit_raab.jpg Email The Brexit secretary Dominic Raab is in Northern Ireland on a "fact-finding" trip to the border, drawing criticism for his refusal to meet with politicians, business representatives and some members of the Press. Sinn Fein accused the minister of "coming like a thief in the night". His office said he had a packed schedule meaning he could not meet everyone. The secretary of state has travelled … [Read more...] about Brexit secretary Raab visiting Irish border ‘like thief in the night,’ says MP Hazzard