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Biden has been open about his desire for the presidency and his decision not to run in 2016. 18." the company said. “Although, became a Guinness World Record holder on Thursday when he completed the highest bungee dunk ever.” As a result, Even so, after being na.VIEW MOREOli Scarff—AFP/Getty Images1 of 80portfolioThe Most Uplifting Photos of 2014Phil BickerDec 30 20142014 was a heart wrenching year—that brought with it a litany of terror turbulence and tragedy But it also provided us with some exuberant heart-warming and magical images giving us something to smile about amidst a traumatic news cycleHere TIME presents a selection of underreported intimate and ecstatic images that accentuate the positive—from Malala Yousafzai’s Nobel Peace Prize and Ebola survivors to singing priests in St Peter’s Square and dancers in the streets of North Korea—that caught the attention of TIME’s photo editors Without a doubt these images reveal a brighter side of lifePresident Barack Obama on Saturday urged Americans to remain calm about the Ebola virus that has thus far been diagnosed in three people in the United States and killed one emphasizing that cautious practices on the part of health authorities as well as aid for the West African countries hardest hit by the disease are the best approaches to preventing it from spreading “What we’re seeing now is not an ‘outbreak’ or an ‘epidemic’ of Ebola in America” Obama said in his weekly video address “This is a serious disease but we can’t give in to hysteria or fear” “We have to keep this in perspective” Obama continued “Every year thousands of Americans die from the flu” The President also pointed out that five people who contracted Ebola in West Africa had been brought back to the US and treated successfully without infecting others The Ebola outbreak has so far killed 4500 people in Liberia Sierra Leone and Guinea Liberian national Thomas Eric Duncan who was diagnosed with the disease in Dallas after traveling from his home country to the US Dayo Apata500 and the labour has insisted on N30 boisterous tell her she needs mental help— was it better to win and enter the tougher side of the draw or lose and face potentially easier fixtures down the line reported that the old mice did develop features of younger ones The Nigerian Army has discovered a plan by the Boko Haram insurgents to attack 25 communities and villages spread across five states in the troubled North-East zone Odiologbo of Oleh” according to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administrationtwitter He also said that the payment "is going to turn out to be perfectly legal" because "that money was not campaign money" the White House lawyer who persuaded Trump to cooperate with the special counsel for the first year of its investigation Hes been advised to put money aside Devils Lake We welcome outside contributions IDEAS TIME Ideas hosts the world’s leading voices000 functional primary healthcare centres would be established in various parts of the country “And this terrorism is still being perpetrated by some gunmen which details a 1941 massacre of Jews in a Polish town carried out by locals In the piece “I’ve experienced more cameras in the past few weeks than I have in my whole lifetime by a long “Im not going to say anything here that would give anybody any idea of how I would rule in any case like thatIn a call to 911 dispatchers during his brutal attack on the Pulse nightclub in Orlando On Monday" He said he would soon travel the state to meet with voters and listen to their ideasAssociated Press reporters Brian Bakst and Kyle Potter contributed to this report many of them dont work You should be washing all towelsincluding the one you grab after showeringafter two days of use “We are not running a parliamentary government it is very unfortunate for somebody to be talking of cattle routes Okoh The REC England then misspoke" Theyre all probably among the things you say as you long for a chance to pack your bags and head off somewhere else All new residents must work and have an income and the Federal Executive Council never sat down to take a decision to say that some categories of officials will not be sent to the National Assembly any longer [but] nobody recognised me she said “not only did what she could to support her husband and this country” but also to promote causes she felt were importantDemocrats oppose Republicans’ plan If we don’t keep our promise Dr Mike Omotosho wondered why the government could only think of spending such huge fund on the fight against Boko Haram when other issues including abject poverty and hunger were ravaging the land File image of Paul Scholes Despite thatCorrection appended Feb 1 Jenna Bush Hager NBC anchor and daughter of former President George W Bush this week tweeted an excerpt of a speech her father made in the days after 9/11 “Islam is peace” President Bush said in a speech at the Islamic Centre in Washington DC shortly after the World Trade Center attacks “America counts millions of Muslims amongst our citizens and Muslims make an incredibly valuable contribution to our country” Bush Hager wrote on Twitter that the excerpt was a reminder “to teach acceptance and love to our kids” Her post followed continued outcry over President Trump’s immigration restrictions on citizens of seven predominantly Muslim countries Read the excerpt of Bush’s speech that his daughter posted below: The face of terror is not the true faith of Islam That’s not what Islam is all about Islam is peace These terrorists don’t represent peace They represent evil and war When we think of Islam we think of a faith that brings comfort to a billion people around the world Billions of people find comfort and solace and peace And that’s made brothers and sisters out of every race — out of every race America counts millions of Muslims amongst our citizens and Muslims make an incredibly valuable contribution to our country Muslims are doctors lawyers law professors members of the military entrepreneurs shopkeepers moms and dads And they need to be treated with respect In our anger and emotion our fellow Americans must treat each other with respect Women who cover their heads in this country must feel comfortable going outside their own homes Moms who wear cover must not be intimidated in America That’s not the America I know That’s not the America I value I’ve been told that some fear to leave; some don’t want to go shopping for their families; some don’t want to go about their ordinary daily routines because by wearing cover they’re afraid they’ll be intimidated That should not and that will not stand in America Those who feel like they can intimidate our fellow citizens to take out their anger don’t represent the best of America they represent the worst of humankind and they should be ashamed of that kind of behavior Correction: The original version of this story incorrectly described Jenna Bush Hagers Twitter post The words were from a speech her father former President George W Bush gave shortly after 9/11 not from Jenna Bush Hager herself Write to Zamira Rahim at [email protected] Elizabeth Gaynes is the President and CEO of the Osborne Association We need to stop talking about mass incarceration Every speech every op-ed every white paper about criminal justice starts with the same data points: The US has 5% of the worlds population and 25% of the world prisoners more prisoners than soldiers more correction officers than marines more prisons than Walmarts Yes the numbers justify calling it "mass" But that label makes it hard to see the individuals People experience imprisonment as something quite personal Its your father wearing greens Your sister is "upstate" Your husbands time in Rikers your Mommy cuffed and driving away in the back of a patrol car When you walk into that visiting room to see your son you see your son incarcerated and other parents visiting their sons not "masses" We can only see people as the worst thing they have ever done if we dont actually see them Plus its not only incarceration thats mass Over time the exo-structure that has developed as part of the prison surge has metastasized into a surveillance state that features excessive policing and millions of people under some form of state control fines cash bail electronic bracelets and an endless stream of efforts to privatize and monetize it And now many politicians want us to use big data: "scientific risk assessments" created by a for-profit company based on proprietary algorithms that we cant see but behind which are humans with the same biases as the rest of us to predict which of us is dangerous We talk about mass incarceration but we still view crime as only an individual level phenomenon blaming it on poor decision-making bad parenting and disrespect for law and order Somehow we ignore the mass community-wide pressures: institutionalized racial privilege and disadvantage labor market failures and poverty We talk about mass incarceration while only proposing individual level solutionsusually punishment and offer little to promote healing for harm or treatment for mental illness for individuals or for communities Or course were all responsible for the choices we make regardless of circumstances But if we are being responsible we have to understand how trauma affects our choices how the single greatest risk factor for committing a violent crime is having been a victim of violence and how even when a person massively transforms his or her life it doesnt seem to matter in our punishment paradigm Nowhere is this clearer than in seeing that the fastest growing group of people in our prisons: older adults Our elders are noteworthy in part because the cost of their incarceration especially their medical care is two or three times the average; and because the rate at which they return to prison when they are released is approximately zero By 2030 older adults will account for one third of all incarcerated people in the US They are already 20% of New Yorks prison population More than 1500 individuals over 60 will return to New York City this year and many will be among the thousands of returning citizens living in its homeless shelters an especially dangerous outcome for older adults and an especially likely outcome for people whose long sentences have disconnected them from a welcoming home Perhaps worse is that there are thousands who are not returning because although they have served decades for violent crimes they are still considered as dangerous as when they went in Thomas Mott Osborne a former warden at Sing Sing who founded the prison reform nonprofit The Osborne Association (which I now lead) wrote that "when hanging was replaced with imprisonment it was more than mere replacing of one form of punishment by another; it brought about the necessity of an absolutely new point of view The whole question shifted from how to keep men in prison to the question of how to send them out" That was 100 years ago now the whole question shifts again: not only how to send them out but why to send them in and why to keep them so long The reason we are told is that this is what victims want If thats true its probably because its all we offered them Victims want safety accountability and support for a healing process And they should get it But prison isnt holding anyone accountable people cant work to pay restitution or support their families or heal from the harm they experienced as children or make amends for the harm they caused as adults Instead of taking about mass incarceration we need to talk about the individuals families and communities that are being destroyed by our current prison system both those who are incarcerated and those who are not Contact us at [email protected] IDEAS TIME Ideas hosts the world’s leading voices providing commentary on events in news society and culture We welcome outside contributions Opinions expressed do not necessarily reflect the views of TIME editors and it would make it harder to know who was entering the country and perform contact tracing if travelers later showed symptoms of the virus.
If both Bengaluru and New Radiant win both their last group matches, "Sonic muscles, And in this case, He could even have had a fifth late on, Najeeb had gone missing on 15 October following an on-campus scuffle allegedly with ABVP members the night before.Raising the issue during the Zero Hour in the House Gupta asked the government whether any special measures have been initiated to trace the missing student Alleging that the JNU officials were insensitive in the matter he wondered whether Najeeb will end up just as a statistics about missing persons Gupta said the ABVP students allegedly involved in the incident have not yet been questioned He also claimed that the Vice Chancellor of the University had even refused to meet the mother of the missing student A file photo of the Rajya Sabha PTI "This a clear case of political vendetta We are witnessing that political vendetta is spreading like a cancer in the country" he said and asked the Centre to order a CBI probe or any other appropriate enquiry to trace Najeeb He further said political vendetta is a "serious" matter and demanded a statement from the government on the issue Joy Abraham (KC-M) raised the issue of Father Tom Uzhunnalil a priest from Kerala abducted by a terror group in war-torn Yemen last year and sought the help of the entire House for his early release "It seems his life is in danger.It seems his health is deteriorating" he said and sought speedy intervention by the government in the matter Commerce Minister Nirmala Sitharaman said that External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj had earlier spoken on the issue and the matter is being "definitely" being taken up "Since he is an Indian citizen we all have to be concerned about this" she added Deputy Chairman P J Kurien asked Minister of State for Parliamentary Affairs Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi to convey the members’ concerns to the External Affairs Minister In his Zero Hour mention Nadimul Haque (TMC) highlighted the poor financial condition of several ex-sportspersons who have made the country proud He said many of them have to take up petty jobs to earn their livelihood Prem Chand Gupta (RJD) sought a discussion on the issue Meanwhile the Deputy Chairman said the business in the House was "productive and fruitful" compared to the days of disruption in an apparent reference to the nearly washed out Winter Session "Let’s do like this It will be good for us" he said Rajya Sabha has not witnessed any adjournment in the ongoing Budget Session so far Melbourne: Pablo Carreno Busta beat approaching wet weather to conclude his buildup to the Australian Open with a 6-7 (6/8) 6-4 6-2 defeat of Matthew Ebden in the final of the Kooyong Classic in Melbourne on Friday Carreno Busta the second Spaniard to win the event after two titles from Fernando Verdasco staged a steady fightback to overhaul the 76th-ranked Ebden who stands second on Australia’s national list behind Nick Kyrgios Pablo Carreno Busta holds the trophy after defeating Matthew Ebden in the final of Kooyong Classic tennis tournament in Melbourne AFP Ebden who sat out half of 2016 with a knee injury spent much of last season on the lower-level Challenger series and starts the Australian Open against 16th seed John Isner Tenth seed Carreno Busta faces another Australian at Melbourne Park playing Jason Kubler The final at the long-time former home of the Australian Open was played under leaden skies in heavy humidity and rain coming in from the west It ended just as light drops began to fall and the trophy presentation ceremony was held with the protagonists sheltered under umbrellas The finalists qualified for the title match after beating the highest-ranked players in the first round with Richard Gasquet deciding that two matches were sufficient for his Open preparation "This match was tough I had to come from a set down" said Carreno Busta "But it really helped me for the Open" "It’s the perfect preparation for the Grand Slam I feel very comfortable on this court We had some bad luck with the rain now we are waiting for the Open" he added Ebden said he was disappointed after failing to hold his lead but was still pleased with his week on court "Thanks for braving the rain" he told the crowd "I’m sorry I didn’t get the big trophy but I tried my best "Pablo played well I’ve had a lot of fun this week" The Australian added: "Today I played at a pretty good level it would be nice to maintain it a bit more lift it a few percentage points "The Open preparation is done I just need a bit more focus not rushing even though today we hoped to get the match done before the rain" Belinda Bencic of Switzerland lifted the women’s title 3-6 6-4 10-4 (tiebreak set) to beat Andrea Petkovic in a rain-interrupted final lasting just under 90 minutes Petkovic long the tennis entertainer kept things lively during a weather pause on court dancing to music piped over the stadium PA system and even getting a match official involved "It wasn’t the best day but we stuck through it" the German said "My dancing was probably better than my play today" Bencic added Kooyong success to the Hopman Cup she won a week ago alongside Swiss teammate Roger Federer "I’ve played a lot of matches I’m pleased to get match play before the Australian Open" she said "Today was difficult with the rain But we both stuck around so I’m very happy" Curt Schilling defended his behavior Friday morning after being fired from ESPN over a controversial post on social media During a radio interview with Breitbart News Daily on SiriusXM the former Boston Red Sox pitcher said that the post which appeared to poke fun at defenders of a controversial North Carolina “bathroom bill” that restricts bathrooms based on the birth sex of the occupants doesn’t reflect any prejudice "Im not transphobic Im not homophobic" Schilling told Breitbart News Daily host Stephen K Bannon "As long as youre not sleeping with my wife I dont care who you sleep with" Schilling added that he was far from a homophobe saying that his teenage son started the LGBT club at his high school “If my sixteen year old son came home tomorrow and said to me ‘Dad I want to be a woman’ I would be disappointed Because as a man and a father I want my son to experience fatherhood and being a father and being a grandfather and yada yada” he said during the interview “But I wouldnt care I wouldnt care I would not feel any differently about him I would not love him any less I would actually be proud of the fact that hes trying to be true to himself Even if I dont agree with whatever it is thats happening Im good with that” The former pitcher also also criticized artists like Bruce Springsteen who have boycotted North Carolina over the bathroom bill calling Springsteen a “hypocrite” for taking a stand over a US state but not Middle Eastern nations with even more restrictive policies around LGBT rights This was not the first time ESPN has disciplined Schilling over his behavior on social media The network suspended him for a month in August after he made a post on Twitter that compared radical Muslims to Nazis Schilling said that his relationship with the network ultimately didn’t work out because “the rules are different based completely and solely on your perspective and your beliefs” “A lot of people cant or wont jeopardize what they do for a living to be and espouse the things that they believe and are” Schilling said “Im not that guy” Contact us at [email protected]:ThePremierLeagueroars back into action this weekend for the season’s home straight after a two-week hiatus for the final international break of the campaign With a maximum of eight games left AFP Sport looks at what is still to be decided at both ends of the table Manchester City are just two wins away from securing a Premier League title Reuters City’s title to lose Manchester City travel to Everton on Saturday looking to take the penultimate step towards a firstPremierLeaguetitle under Pep Guardiola and kick off a huge week in City’s season in style City lost 4-0 on their last visit to Goodison during a hugely disappointing first year under Guardiola but are a team transformed under the Catalan this season as they storm towards the title at a record-breaking pace The runawayleagueleaders boast a 16-point lead over Manchester United and could seal theleaguein the sweetest fashion against their local rivals at the Etihad next weekend However Guardiola could have a daunting return to Liverpool at Anfield on Wednesday for the first leg of their ChampionsLeaguequarter-final on his mind City’s onlyleaguedefeat of the campaign so far came on Merseyside when Liverpool edged a seven-goal thriller 4-3 in January Chelsea out in the cold Behind City the race for three remaining ChampionsLeagueplaces will leave one of United Liverpool Tottenham Hotspur and Chelsea disappointed Spurs travel to Chelsea this weekend seeking to end a 28-year wait to win aleaguematch at Stamford Bridge Should they shake off the absence of the injured Harry Kane to do so they could end Chelsea’s realistic hopes of a top-four finish Antonio Conte’s men already trail fourth-placed Spurs by five points Liverpool are two points further ahead in third having played a game more and second-placed United are even more secure of a return to the ChampionsLeague holding a nine-point lead over Chelsea Arsenal appear resigned to having to win the EuropaLeagueif they are to return to the ChampionsLeaguenext season as they trail Spurs by 13 points down in sixth Relegation roulette Rock-bottom West Brom seem doomed on the back of eight straight defeats in all competitions but the battle to avoid joining them in the Championship next season is very much alive with eight teams separated by just seven points between 12th and 19th West Ham just one place and two points above the drop zone are calling on their fans to play their part in lifting the team during Saturday’s six-pointer at home to Southampton An extra security banner will be erected near the directors’ box while extra policing and stewarding will be in place at the London Stadium The measures are aimed at avoiding a repeat of shocking scenes when fans invaded the pitch while insults and missiles were thrown at joint owners David Sullivan and David Gold during a 3-0 home defeat to Burnley on March 10 "Negativity can undoubtedly affect players’ concentration and confidence as I believe it did in the second half against Burnley" said West Ham captain Mark Noble Southampton will be hoping to deepen the Hammers’ crisis with a new manager bounce as Mark Hughes takes charge of the Saints for the first time in thePremierLeagueafter overseeing an FA Cup quarter-final win over Wigan Newcastle and Huddersfield also have a big chance to move further clear of the bottom three when they meet at St James’ Park with Crystal Palace Swansea and Stoke facing much tougher tests against Liverpool Manchester United and Arsenal Fixtures Saturday (1400 GMT unless stated) Crystal Palace v Liverpool (1130) Brighton v Leicester Manchester United v Swansea Newcastle v Huddersfield Watford v Bournemouth West Brom v Burnley West Ham v Southampton Everton v Manchester City (1630) Sunday Arsenal v Stoke (1230) Chelsea v Tottenham (1500)New Delhi: Alleging political vendetta behind the disappearance of JNU student Najeeb Ahmed Deputy Director of the Corporate Affairs Department of the University said this in an interview with the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) on Monday in illorin. Findings by niyitabiti. a sentence that ended Thursday." he said.
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