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Tristan Thompson ejected and then slaps Draymond Green.
 
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Tristan Thompson ejected and then slaps Draymond Green.
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History according to Trump, War of 1812 edition
 
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History according to Trump, War of 1812 edition It's only natural that the War of 1812 should be on President Donald Trump's mind. It was during that conflict between an infant United States and its former colonial master Great Britain that Francis Scott Key wrote the poem that would become the National Anthem -- on September 13, 1814. Trump loves the National Anthem and has made insisting that people respect it by standing a major focus of his Twitter feed over the past year. Most Americans might also know about the War of 1812 for the Battle of New Orleans, which made a hero of Andrew Jackson, who would become Trump's favorite President. Or, perhaps more so, for the famous burning of Washington, including the Capitol and the White House, by the British, which occurred just a few weeks before Key wrote his poem about Fort McHenry. British redcoats burned the White House and other buildings in Washington 200 years ago this month, in the summer of 1814. Trump currently lives in the White House, where,according to a C-SPAN account online, you can still see burn marks from when the British troops stormed in, finished the meal that had been prepared for President James Madison, his wife, Dolley, and 40 guests before they fled the city. And it's from the White House, with its burn marks, that the President apparently held a very contentious phone call with Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau about tariffs Trump is imposing on the US neighbor to the north. According to reporting from CNN's Jim Acosta and Paula Newton, Trump at one point quipped to Trudeau, "Didn't you guys burn down the White House?" referring to the War of 1812. This is a prime example of history according to Trump. Yes, there's a kernel of truth here, since a lot of Canadians seem to think it was Canadians who burned the White House. Also, the British burned Washington after American troops burned government buildings in what's now Toronto. The war was fought in large part over Canada. All true! But it was British troops who burned Washington. Canada did not exist as an autonomous country for years. It didn't gain full independence until the 1900s. It wasn't the Canadian Embassy in the US that had to apologize in 2014 for a tweet making fun of the burning of the White House. It was the UK Embassy.  It was British Prime Minister David Cameronwho traded jokes about it during a visit to the White House to meet with then-President Barack Obama. The White House Historical Association has a history of the burning of Washington on its website. It very clearly mentions British troops throughout. Was Canada a colony at the time? Yes. Did the War of 1812 involve Canada? Yes. But is it the generally accepted history that Canadians burned the White House? It is not. The other interesting element here is that the US declared war on Britain in the War of 1812 over trade disputes. Trump's phone call with Trudeau had to do with, yep, trade disputes, and the imposition of Trump's tariffs, which he says are for US security, but which Trudeau, flummoxed, has said actually jeopardize US security by driving a wedge into what's been a family-style North American relationship for generations. Trump had terse calls with the leaders of both the UK and France about his trade policies in recent days too. It's not clear, however, if he made any history jokes to French President Emmanuel Macron or British Prime Minister Theresa May. You enter this type of historical vortex with any number of Trump historical statements. CNN's Gregory Krieg and Juana Summers have each examined some of his comments about Andrew Jackson, about Frederick Douglass, about Napoleon, about Nazis in Stalingrad, about Harry Truman, about Richard Nixon and more. They're worth the read.
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See Seacrest's awkward moment with Katy Perry
 
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See Seacrest's awkward moment with Katy Perry Things got awkward on ABC's "American Idol" when host Ryan Seacrest seemingly failed to realize he was on live TV.
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Trump commutes sentence of Alice Marie Johnson
 
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Trump commutes sentence of Alice Marie Johnson Washington President Donald Trump has commuted the sentence of Alice Marie Johnson, a first-time nonviolent drug offender, two White House officials told CNN, a week after Kim Kardashian West pleaded her case during an Oval Office meeting with Trump. Johnson has already served 21 years of a life sentence after she was convicted on charges of conspiracy to possess cocaine and attempted possession of cocaine, according to the nonprofit Can-Do, which advocates for clemency for non-violent drug offenders. She is expected to be released from prison soon. Kardashian West hailed the commutation, tweeting, "BEST NEWS EVER!!!!" Johnson's commutation is the sixth act of clemency Trump has issued since taking office, and the second granted by Trump after a celebrity appealed to him. Last month, Trump posthumously pardoned the boxer Jack Johnson after the actor Sylvester Stallone raised his case with the President. Trump has pardoned Arizona sheriff Joe Arpaio, former Vice President Dick Cheney's chief of staff I. Lewis "Scooter" Libby, the conservative author and filmmaker Dinesh D'Souza, and Kristian Saucier, a Navy sailor who pleaded guilty to an unauthorized possession of classified information who argued he was held to a different standard than Hillary Clinton. Trump and Kardashian West met with Trump in the Oval Office last Wednesday after she first reached out to Trump's daughter Ivanka Trump to help set up the meeting. Jared Kushner has been leading a push on prison reform as part of his portfolio as a senior adviser to the President. "I would like to thank President Trump for his time this afternoon. It is our hope that the President will grant clemency to Ms. Alice Marie Johnson who is serving a life sentence for a first-time, non-violent drug offense," Kardashian West said in a statement after meeting with Trump. "We are optimistic about Ms. Johnson's future and hopeful that she -- and so many like her -- will get a second chance at life."
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Anthony Bourdain: Celebrity chef found dead at 61
 
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Anthony Bourdain: Celebrity chef found dead at 61 US celebrity chef and television personality Anthony Bourdain has been found dead in his hotel room, aged 61, of a suspected suicide, CNN reports. Bourdain was in Strasbourg, France, working on a shoot for his series, Parts Unknown, on CNN. "It is with extraordinary sadness we can confirm the death of our friend and colleague, Anthony Bourdain," the cable network said in a statement on Friday. Bourdain was a best-selling food, fiction and nonfiction author. CNN's statement continued: "His love of great adventure, new friends, fine food and drink and the remarkable stories of the world made him a unique storyteller. "His talents never ceased to amaze us and we will miss him very much. Our thoughts and prayers are with his daughter and family at this incredibly difficult time." He shot to fame in 2000 with a best-selling book called Kitchen Confidential: Adventures in the Culinary Underbelly, a behind-the-scenes expose on the world of haute cuisine. His first TV show was A Cook's Tour on the Food Network in 2002. Three years later he joined the Travel Channel with Anthony Bourdain: No Reservations, picking up two Emmy Awards. He moved to CNN in 2013 with a new travel and food show Parts Unknown, which is in its eleventh season. Bourdain was in France working on an upcoming episode of his award-winning CNN series "Parts Unknown." His close friend Eric Ripert, the French chef, found Bourdain unresponsive in his hotel room Friday morning. "Tony was an exceptional talent," CNN President Jeff Zucker said in an email to employees. "Tony will be greatly missed not only for his work but also for the passion with which he did it." Anthony Bourdain, a gifted storyteller and writer who took CNN viewers around the world, has died. He was 61. CNN confirmed Bourdain's death on Friday and said the cause of death was suicide. "It is with extraordinary sadness we can confirm the death of our friend and colleague, Anthony Bourdain," the network said in a statement Friday morning. "His love of great adventure, new friends, fine food and drink and the remarkable stories of the world made him a unique storyteller. His talents never ceased to amaze us and we will miss him very much. Our thoughts and prayers are with his daughter and family at this incredibly difficult time." Bourdain was a master of his crafts -- first in the kitchen and then in the media. Through his TV shows and books, he explored the human condition and helped audiences think differently about food, travel and themselves. He advocated for marginalized populations and campaigned for safer working conditions for restaurant staffs. Along the way, he received practically every award the industry has to offer. In 2013, Peabody Award judges honored Bourdain and "Parts Unknown" for "expanding our palates and horizons in equal measure." "He's irreverent, honest, curious, never condescending, never obsequious," the judges said. "People open up to him and, in doing so, often reveal more about their hometowns or homelands than a traditional reporter could hope to document." The Smithsonian once called him "the original rock star" of the culinary world, "the Elvis of bad boy chefs." In 1999 he wrote a New Yorker article, "Don't Eat Before Reading This," that became a best-selling book in 2000, "Kitchen Confidential: Adventures in the Culinary Underbelly." The book set him on a path to international stardom. First he hosted "A Cook's Tour" on the Food Network, then moved to "Anthony Bourdain: No Reservations" on the Travel Channel. "No Reservations" was a breakout hit, earning two Emmy Awards and more than a dozen nominations. In 2013 both Bourdain and CNN took a risk by bringing him to the news network still best known for breaking news and headlines. Bourdain quickly became one of the principal faces of the network and one of the linchpins of the prime time schedule. Season 11 of "Parts Unknown" premiered on CNN last month.
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NFL players must stand during the National Anthem
 
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This season, NFL players must stand during the National Anthem, team owners decided. There will also be an option for players to remain in the locker room while the anthem is played.
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Bill Gates: I had to explain to Trump the difference between HIV, HPV
 
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Bill Gates: I had to explain to Trump the difference between HIV, HPVBill Gates discloses in newly revealed footage that President Trump twice asked him to clarify the difference between HIV and Human Papilloma Virus (HPV). MSNBC's "All in With Chris Hayes" aired footage Thursday night of the Microsoft founder speaking at a Gates Foundation event, telling the crowd about two meetings he had with Trump, one at Trump Tower during the presidential transition and another at the White House last year. "Both times he wanted to know if there was a difference between HPV and HIV," Gates said. "So I was able to explain that those were rarely confused with each other." Gates also said that at both meetings Trump had asked him about the negative effects of vaccines. "In both of those two meetings, he asked me if vaccines weren't a bad thing, because he was considering a commission to look into the ill effects of vaccines," Gates said. "And I said, 'no, that's a dead end. That would be a bad thing, don't do that.'" Gates said last month that Trump was "super interested" in the idea of a universal flu vaccine. He added that Trump had asked him to be a science adviser, but that he told the president that he didn't believe the role would be a good use of his time.
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#DWTS Adam Rippon and Jenna Johnson's Gorgeous contemporary
 
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adam rippon and jenna johnson's gorgeous contemporary from #dwts, dedicated to his mom ❤️
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Service dog gives birth in the middle of Florida airport
 
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Service dog gives birth in the middle of Florida airport Crews at the Tampa, Florida airport came to the aide of a service dog that went into labor at the beginning of a busy holiday weekend. Diane Hodges reports.
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Ex-analyst: Fox News 
doing extreme damage
 
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Retired US Army lieutenant colonel tells CNN's Anderson Cooper that with the rise of President Donald Trump, Fox News has become a "destructive propaganda machine."
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Kim Kardashian to visit White House to discuss prison reform
 
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Kim Kardashian West will meet with officials, including senior adviser Jared Kushner, at the White House on Wednesday to discuss prison reform, a person familiar with the plans says. During the White House press briefing Wednesday afternoon, White House press secretary Sarah Sanders confirmed Kardashian West's meeting. Sanders wouldn't provide many more details, only saying, "She is expected to be here at the White House. I can confirm she'll be here. We'll keep you posted on any meetings that take place and what those look like." It's not clear if Kardashian West will meet with President Donald Trump. Kim Kardashian to visit White House to discuss prison reform
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BTS Talks Love of Latin Pop and Show Off BBMA Victory Dance | BBMAs 2018
 
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BTS Talks Love of Latin Pop and Show Off BBMA Victory Dance | BBMAs 2018 BTS talk love of Latin pop music, K Con, and show off their BBMA victory dances on the red carpet at the 2018 Billboard Music Awards.
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This is Populist cleric Muqtada al-Sadr's coalition wins Iraq's election
 
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Anti-American cleric Muqtada al-Sadr's political coalition has won Iraq's parliamentary election, the election commission announced late Friday. The Saeroon Alliance led by al-Sadr, the Shia who many US military officials hold responsible for the deaths of US troops, won by taking the most number of seats in the May 12 parliamentary elections. Moments after the results were announced Friday, al-Sadr tweeted, "Your vote is an honor for us." He added, "Iraq and reforms have won with your votes...We will not disappoint you...the blame, all the blame is on those who failed Iraq."
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Aaron Schlossberg Racist lawyer threatens 
to call ICE on workers 
speaking Spanish
 
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Aaron Schlossberg Racist lawyer threatens to call ICE on workers speaking Spanish The customer holds up his phone while threatening to call ICE 'Your staff are speaking Spanish to customers when they should be speaking English - this is America,' he ranted at the Fresh Kitchen manager while wearing a white work shirt and black pants. In the background other customers can be heard calling him 'ignorant' and saying 'yes, this is America'. 'I will be following up because my guess is there not documented and my next call will be to ICE,' Schlossberg says. 'I will get each of them will be kicked out of my country. 'I pay for their welfare, I pay for their ability to be here. The least they can do is speak English.' Schlossberg also mocked a woman eating a sandwich, telling her: 'Maybe you shouldn't eat that sandwich... maybe you should take a break from the food.' Clip shot Tuesday showed man abusing manager for letting staff speak SpanishSays 'this is America' and vows 'I will get each of them kicked out of my country'Later identified as a New York commercial lawyer called Aaron M. SchlossbergHas his own practice in midtown Manhattan and educated at law school in DCThe attorney even boasts of speaking fluent Spanish on his company's websiteLegal expert said Schlossberg was unlikely to be disbarred despite viral videoIn May 2017 pictured with Trump supporters shouting 'you are not a Jew' at rabbi A racist midtown Manhattan lawyer was caught on camera threatening to call ICE on two friends speaking Spanish to each other in a restaurant. Aaron M. Schlossberg lambasted the manager of Fresh Kitchen on Madison Avenue for allowing his staff to speak Spanish in 'my country' and raged about 'paying for their welfare' in a video filmed on Tuesday. The 42-year-old, a registered Republican who has donated to Donald Trump, owns his own commercial law firm and boasts of being fluent in Spanish in his own work biography.The racist customer lambasted the manager of Fresh Kitchen on Madison Avenue for allowing his staff to speak Spanish in 'my country' and threatened to call federal immigration officials
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Trump pardons Dinesh D'Souza -- and hints at more celebrity pardons
 
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President Donald Trump announced unexpectedly Thursday that he is granting a full pardon to Dinesh D'Souza, the conservative author and filmmaker who pleaded guilty to violating federal campaign finance laws in 2014 after he was indicted earlier that year on charges that he illegally used straw donors to contribute to Republican Senate candidate Wendy Long in New York in 2012. "Will be giving a Full Pardon to Dinesh D'Souza today. He was treated very unfairly by our government!" Trump tweeted. Will be giving a Full Pardon to Dinesh D’Souza today. He was treated very unfairly by our government! Trump, who signed the paperwork formally pardoning D'Souza before announcing it on Twitter, had never met or spoken with D'Souza before this week. He told reporters aboard Air Force One Thursday that he called him for the first time Wednesday night to inform him that he would be pardoning him. The two spoke for nearly three minutes, according to the President. "He almost had a heart attack," Trump said.
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Man dodges lava bombs in front yard, was later hit
 
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VIDEO Man dodges lava bombs in front yard, was later hit
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Britton Buchanan hopes for an instant save with his performance of Calum Scott's "Dancing on My Own.
 
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The Voice 2018 Britton Buchanan - Instant Save Performance_ _Dancing on My Own. The Voice 2018 Britton Buchanan - Instant Save Performance: "Dancing on My Own"Britton Buchanan hopes for an instant save with his performance of Calum Scott's "Dancing on My Own."
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Trump Tower meeting transcripts released
 
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Trump Tower meeting transcripts releasedTrump Tower meeting transcripts: Donald Jr., Russia lawyer downplay session, rip ‘apocalyptic Hollywood’ narrativeDonald Trump Jr. and other key figures involved in an infamous Trump Tower meeting with Russian figures during the heat of the 2016 presidential campaign largely downplayed its significance and said Hillary Clinton was hardly discussed despite past speculation, in newly released transcripts from Senate Judiciary Committee interviews.The committee released more than 1,800 pages of transcripts Wednesday from interviews with numerous figures involved in the June 9, 2016 meeting at Trump Tower. The controversial meeting, when it was revealed, fueled allegations of Trump campaign coordination with Russia – as Trump Jr. was apparently promised dirt on Clinton’s supposed involvement with Russia.
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CNN's Anthony Bourdain dead at 61
 
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CNN's Anthony Bourdain dead at 61 Anthony Bourdain, a gifted storyteller and writer who took CNN viewers around the world, has died. He was 61. CNN confirmed Bourdain's death on Friday and said the cause of death was suicide. "It is with extraordinary sadness we can confirm the death of our friend and colleague, Anthony Bourdain," the network said in a statement Friday morning. "His love of great adventure, new friends, fine food and drink and the remarkable stories of the world made him a unique storyteller. His talents never ceased to amaze us and we will miss him very much. Our thoughts and prayers are with his daughter and family at this incredibly difficult time." Bourdain was in France working on an upcoming episode of his award-winning CNN series "Parts Unknown." His close friend Eric Ripert, the French chef, found Bourdain unresponsive in his hotel room Friday morning. "Tony was an exceptional talent," CNN President Jeff Zucker said in an email to employees. "Tony will be greatly missed not only for his work but also for the passion with which he did it." Bourdain was a master of his crafts -- first in the kitchen and then in the media. Through his TV shows and books, he explored the human condition and helped audiences think differently about food, travel and themselves. He advocated for marginalized populations and campaigned for safer working conditions for restaurant staffs. Along the way, he received practically every award the industry has to offer. In 2013, Peabody Award judges honored Bourdain and "Parts Unknown" for "expanding our palates and horizons in equal measure." "He's irreverent, honest, curious, never condescending, never obsequious," the judges said. "People open up to him and, in doing so, often reveal more about their hometowns or homelands than a traditional reporter could hope to document." The Smithsonian once called him "the original rock star" of the culinary world, "the Elvis of bad boy chefs." In 1999 he wrote a New Yorker article, "Don't Eat Before Reading This," that became a best-selling book in 2000, "Kitchen Confidential: Adventures in the Culinary Underbelly." The book set him on a path to international stardom. First he hosted "A Cook's Tour" on the Food Network, then moved to "Anthony Bourdain: No Reservations" on the Travel Channel. "No Reservations" was a breakout hit, earning two Emmy Awards and more than a dozen nominations. In 2013 both Bourdain and CNN took a risk by bringing him to the news network still best known for breaking news and headlines. Bourdain quickly became one of the principal faces of the network and one of the linchpins of the prime time schedule. Season 11 of "Parts Unknown" premiered on CNN last month.
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The casino is open to free and real money players with games starting as low as one cent up to $125 a spin. Get free access to more than 1000 online slot machines, with more than 500 of ... high limit & low limit games (such as penny slots) as well as real money sites.
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Trump cancels Philadelphia Eagles visit to the White House
 
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Trump cancels Philadelphia Eagles visit to the White House The Super Bowl champion Philadelphia Eagles' White House visit has been canceled due to the controversy over standing for the national anthem at NFL games, President Donald Trump announced Monday. "The Philadelphia Eagles are unable to come to the White House with their full team to be celebrated tomorrow," Trump said in a statement. "They disagree with their President because he insists that they proudly stand for the National Anthem, hand on heart, in honor of the great men and women of our military and the people of our country. The Eagles wanted to send a smaller delegation, but the 1,000 fans planning to attend the event deserve better." Last month, the NFL announced it would require athletes to stand during the national anthem in response to players who took a knee as protest to what some players see as the systemic oppression of people of color, including by police. The movement was initially started by Colin Kaepernick, who was formerly with the San Francisco 49ers. He drew national attention for refusing to stand during "The Star-Spangled Banner" prior to kickoff. "I am not going to stand up to show pride in a flag for a country that oppresses black people and people of color," Kaepernick told NFL Media in August 2016. Trump has repeatedly criticized players for not standing for the anthem and has gone as far as to say team owners should fire players for doing so. The new NFL policy gives players the option of remaining in the locker room during the playing of the anthem if they do not wish to comply. Players on the Eagles are some of the most outspoken social justice activists in the NFL, and multiple players took part in the protests during the anthem over the last two seasons. Many players from the team were not planning on attending the ceremony as a protest of Trump, his policies and his outspoken criticism of players who chose to kneel during the anthem. The Eagles were originally invited to the White House after their win in February's Super Bowl over the New England Patriots. It was the first Super Bowl championship in franchise history. Trump said in Monday's statement that the fans are still welcome to come and partake in a "different kind of ceremony." "One that will honor our great country, pay tribute to the heroes who fight to protect it, and loudly and proudly play the National Anthem," he said. Trump said he will be at the ceremony alongside the United States Marine Band and the United States Army Chorus at 3 p.m. Tuesday to "celebrate America."
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OCEANHORN HOW TO GET INTO THE WELL HERMIT ISLAND/MONSTER OF THE UNCHARTED SEAS [EPISODE VI]
 
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This is more of a bonus episode but very vital in our journey playing Oceanhorn the Monster of the uncharted seas! After retrieving the emblem of the Earth, at the Great Forest, The Hermit calls you to Hermit Island urgently and he requests you to bring him something for which you have to jump into the well. Important at this point is the fact that you have to jump into the well and access another area of the Hermit Island that you didn't know about before, here you access an ancient book that the hermit requests you to pick up from the Well. all the islands Hermit Island Tikarel Island Sandbar Withered Lands Bomb Island Great Forest Reef Southwind Isle Gillfolk’s Drop Skerry Old Fortress Riptide Reef Sky Island Home Island Graveyard Island Arcadian Ruins
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Watch Trump stumble through 'God Bless America'
 
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Watch the entire "Celebration of America," which was held in place of the Philadelphia Eagles' Super Bowl victory ceremony at the White House. Watch Trump stumble through 'God Bless America'Sometimes you're alone in the car, listening to a song you've only heard twice, and you mumble some lyrics. President Trump can relate. Except he was on the South Lawn surrounded by press. And he was singing "God Bless America." At Tuesday's "Celebration of America," Trump's patriotic replacement for the Philadelphia Eagles' canceled visit, the president stood in the middle of the professionally trained U.S. Army Chorus. He sang along until "and guide her," and then replaced the words with some rhythmic head bobs. It's okay, we've all tried to convince a high school crush we were cool by mouthing along to The Smiths. He just wasn't the American people. Watch the entire "Celebration of America," which was held in place of the Philadelphia Eagles' Super Bowl victory ceremony at the White House.
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Giuliani gets upset when challenged with his own words
 
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Giuliani gets upset when challenged with his own words President Trump's attorney argues that Robert Mueller cannot subpoena President Trump despite saying in 1998 that President Clinton would have to comply with a subpoena to testify.
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ABC cancels 'Roseanne' following Roseanne Barr's racist tweet targeting Obama adviser
 
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Roseanne Barr apologizes after racist tweets Roseanne Barr, one of ABC's biggest stars, apologized after a racist Twitter rant, and then announced she's "now leaving Twitter."ABC cancels 'Roseanne' following Roseanne Barr's racist tweet targeting Obama adviser ABC has cancelled it's hit reboot Roseannefollowing lead Roseanne Barr's racist tweets about former Obama White House adviser Valerie Jarrett on Twitter Tuesday.Channing Dungey, president of ABC Entertainment, issued the statement to USA TODAY, denouncing her comments hours after her apology failed to convince many on Twitter, including the show's consulting producer Wanda Sykes.  "Roseanne's Twitter statement is abhorrent, repugnant and inconsistent with our values, and we have decided to cancel her show," the statement read. Barr's comment, which has now been deleted, was sent in response to a tweet that accused Jarrett of helping "hide" misdeeds for the Obama administration. muslim brotherhood & planet of the apes had a baby=vj,” Barr wrote, using Jarrett's initials. Jarrett, 61, is African American and worked for Obama from 2009 to 2017. Barr apologized for the tweet, describing it as "a bad joke." "I apologize to Valerie Jarrett and to all Americans. I am truly sorry for making a bad joke about her politics and her looks," Barr said. "I should have known better. Forgive me — my joke was in bad taste." Sykes followed the apology with a short and simple message of disproval, in which she said she'd pull out as consulting producer on the reboot. "I will not be returning to @RoseanneOnABC," she wrote on Twitter the same day. Sykes wasn't the only person who disapproved of Barr's comments, the tweets sparked reaction on the social media site from many who criticized her and ABC for allowing her self-titled show to continue.
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Trump Tower meeting transcripts released
 
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Trump Tower meeting transcripts released
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OCEANHORN HOW TO LIGHT THE FIREWORKS - TIKAREL ISLAND  MONSTER OF THE UNCHARTED SEAS [EPISODE VII]
 
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This is the Second Visit to Tikarel Island, the First Visit is to just ask for Directions! On this Visit, Go to Humming Hill to light the Fireworks. Important in this section, Upon entering the City, a girl (Neeti) will give you a key, she will also let you know that her father has been injured and he can not light the fireworks for the festival, she then requests you to go to Humming Hill and set off the fireworks. she also follows you at this moment. Head to the north eastern corner Past Neeti's Garden and enter the cave. You can use a bomb inside the cave to reveal two bloodstones in the area. On arriving To the hilltop, You will have a mini boss battle against Dark Disciple. Use your skilled sword and shield attacks to take him down quite easily. After defeating the Dark Disciple and lighting the fireworks, you will unlock the location of new Islands; Gillfolk’s Drop and Southwind Isle. Now you can also get the location of Reef by bombing the entrance into the Crayfish Cavern at the southern west of the island. There is another message in a bottle outside the cave lying on the beach. On Top of the Island you will find a woman who tell you about her husband who went to go collect honey for the Festival, "The Honey man" and after this your mission is to save him "The Fate of the Honey Man".
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See Trump's adorable moment with little boy
 
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President Trump shared a warm embrace with a child who was in attendance at the "Right to Try Act" signing.
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The Senate voted to restore net neutrality: Here's what that means
 
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The Senate voted to restore net neutrality: Here's what that means The Senate approved a measure Wednesday 52-47 that would overturn the Federal Communication Commission's decision to roll back Obama-era so-called net neutrality rules. But that would happen only if it passes the House and is signed by President Trump, which appears unlikely. The repeal effort led by Senate Democrats faces a significant hurdle in the House and an even greater one in the White House, but Democrats hope to rally support from young voters as they head to the ballot box in the 2018 midterm elections. Many Senate Republicans, including Sen. John Thune, R.-S.D., cried foul on Wednesday, accusing Democrats of pushing the reversal through a rarely-used tactic without coming to the table to negotiate on new legislation. Thune, the chairman of the Senate Committee on Commerce, Science and Transportation said he supports a ban on blocking, throttling, and paid prioritization of internet traffic, but reverting to the antiquated laws as Democrats want "only delays concrete protections for a free and open internet." Democrats say they are up against the clock. They and their colleagues in the House of Representatives have until June 12 to pass the repeal of the FCC's December decision to roll back landmark Obama-era rules that prevent internet service providers from slowing down or blocking access to certain parts of the internet. Even if that plan works, President Trump would have to sign it, which is unlikely given his public support for the FCC decision. The absence of Sen. John McCain, R-Ariz., away from Washington fighting brain cancer, gave Democrats the opportunity to secure just one Republican vote to gain a simple majority and send the measure to the House. Sen. Susan Collins, R-Maine, was that ticket for Democrats as she and two other GOP senators, Lisa Murkowski of Alaska and John Kennedy of Louisiana, joined 49 Democratic senators across the aisle. Despite the unlikelihood of this actually re-enacting net neutrality rules, Democrats will hail it as a victory. “Pretty much every millennial supports it,” Sen. Ed Markey, D-Mass., the lead sponsor told reporters last week during a news conference. YouTube ads from the Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee have already appeared on the issue, as voters head to the polls for midterm primaries and look ahead. The December FCC 3-2 vote, along party lines, was a victory for those for internet service providers like Verizon and Comcast who said the Obama rules were heavy-handed, burdensome and hold back innovation. Sen. Thune maintains that, under Obama Administration rules, internet service providers were spending less money on innovation and more money on lawyers and politics.
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Armed Trump supporter near school after Texas shooting sparks outrage
 
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Armed Trump supporter near school after shooting sparks outrage
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Watch Meghan Markle walk herself down the aisle #RoyalWedding
 
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Kelly Clarkson On Hosting This Year's Billboard Music Awards | BBMAs 2018
 
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Kelly Clarkson On Hosting This Year's Billboard Music Awards | BBMAs 2018 Kelly Clarkson talks hosting duties for this year's BBMAs and upcoming plans on 'The Voice' on the red carpet of the 2018 Billboard Music Awards.
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Food, messages sent in bottles to North Korea
 
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Activists think this could bring down Kim Jong Un Food, messages sent in bottles to North Korea People are sending food and messages in plastic bottles to help those in North Korea. CNN's Ivan Watson reports.
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Morgan Freeman: Women accuse Morgan Freeman of inappropriate behavior, harassment
 
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Women accuse Morgan Freeman of inappropriate behavior, harassment A young production assistant thought she had landed the job of her dreams when, in the summer of 2015, she started work on "Going In Style," a bank heist comedy starring Morgan Freeman, Michael Caine and Alan Arkin. But the job quickly devolved into several months of harassment, she told CNN. She alleges that Freeman subjected her to unwanted touching and comments about her figure and clothing on a near-daily basis. Freeman would rest his hand on her lower back or rub her lower back, she said. In one incident, she said, Freeman "kept trying to lift up my skirt and asking if I was wearing underwear." He never successfully lifted her skirt, she said -- he would touch it and try to lift it, she would move away, and then he'd try again. Eventually, she said, "Alan [Arkin] made a comment telling him to stop. Morgan got freaked out and didn't know what to say." Freeman's alleged inappropriate behavior was not limited to that one movie set, according to other sources who spoke to CNN. A woman who was a senior member of the production staff of the movie "Now You See Me" in 2012 told CNN that Freeman sexually harassed her and her female assistant on numerous occasions by making comments about their bodies. "He did comment on our bodies... We knew that if he was coming by ... not to wear any top that would show our breasts, not to wear anything that would show our bottoms, meaning not wearing clothes that [were] fitted," she said. At 80 years old, Freeman is one of Hollywood's biggest stars, with a movie career that spans nearly five decades. His starring roles in movies like "Driving Miss Daisy" and "Shawshank Redemption" in the late 1980s and early 1990s made him a household name. He won an Oscar for Best Supporting Actor for 2004's "Million Dollar Baby," and has earned four other Oscar nominations. His voiceover work has also become iconic, including his narration for the Academy Award-winning documentaries "The Long Way Home" and "March of the Penguins." Morgan Freeman won an Academy Award for Best Supporting Actor for "Million Dollar Baby." In all, 16 people spoke to CNN about Freeman as part of this investigation, eight of whom said they were victims of what some called harassment and others called inappropriate behavior by Freeman. Eight said they witnessed Freeman's alleged conduct. These 16 people together described a pattern of inappropriate behavior by Freeman on set, while promoting his movies and at his production company Revelations Entertainment. Of those 16, seven people described an environment at Revelations Entertainment that included allegations of harassment or inappropriate behavior by Freeman there, with one incident allegedly witnessed by Lori McCreary, Freeman's co-founder in the enterprise, and another in which she was the target of demeaning comments by Freeman in a public setting. One of those seven people alleged that McCreary made a discriminatory remark regarding a female candidate for a job at the Producers Guild of America, where McCreary is co-president. Four people who worked in production capacities on movie sets with Freeman over the last ten years described him as repeatedly behaving in ways that made women feel uncomfortable at work. Two, including the production assistant on "Going in Style" whose skirt he allegedly attempted to lift, said Freeman subjected them to unwanted touching. Three said he made public comments about women's clothing or bodies. But each of them said they didn't report Freeman's behavior, with most saying it was because they feared for their jobs. Instead, some of the women -- both on movie sets and at Revelations -- said, they came up with ways to combat the alleged harassment on their own, such as by changing the way they dressed when they knew he would be around. CNN reached out to dozens more people who worked for or with Freeman. Some praised Freeman, saying they never witnessed any questionable behavior or that he was a consummate professional on set and in the office. Several other times during this investigation, when a CNN reporter contacted a person who had worked with Freeman to try to ask them if they had seen or been subjected to inappropriate behavior by an actor they had worked with -- not initially even naming the actor they were asking about -- the person would immediately tell them they knew exactly who the reporter had in mind: Morgan Freeman. Some of those people were sources for this investigation while others declined to comment further or did not want what they said used in this story. The pattern of behavior described by those who spoke with CNN shows another example of the systematic problems that exist in the entertainment industry. The allegations against Freeman are not about things that happened in private; they are about th
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9 Different ways and Odds to win the Powerball.
 
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9 Different ways to win the Powerball. 9 Different ways to win the Powerball. 9 odds to 9 Different ways to win the Powerball.
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Ex-'Roseanne' writer feared being fired by Barr
 
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Stan Zimmerman, a writer for the original run of "Roseanne," says that when he worked on Roseanne Barr's show, he was told, "don't let her see the whites of your eyes or she could fire you."
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Black Ops Is Back #BlackOps4 Call Of Duty Reveal
 
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Black. Ops. Is. Back. #BlackOps4 Black. Ops. Is. Back. #BlackOps4 Watch the Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 reveal Activision will reveal Call of Duty: Black Ops 4in a livestreamed event beginning at 10am PT/1pm ET today, and you can watch itTreyarch has already effectively confirmed that there will be a Zombies mode—not much of a surprise there. The bigger questions are whether it will have a single-player campaign, and whether it will dive into the battle royale brawl. Rumors that surfaced last month suggested "no" to the former, and "yes" to the latter.  We've also picked up some interesting chatter courtesy of our Man on the Scene, Andy Kelly.  All secrets (or some of them, at least—we might have to wait for E3 to nail down everything) will be revealed in the livestream below. Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 comes on October 12.At the Black Ops 4 reveal in LA. Don’t like to spread unconfirmed rumours, but trusted sources tell me there are almost certainly some guns in it.Black. Ops. Is. Back. #BlackOps4
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Trump Pulls Out of North Korea Summit Meeting with Kim Jong-un
 
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President Trump has notified Kim Jong-un, the North Korean leader, that he has canceled their much-anticipated meeting to discuss steps toward denuclearization and peace because of recent “tremendous anger and open hostility” by Pyongyang toward members of his administration. In a letter dated Thursday to Mr. Kim, the American president left open the possibility that the two could meet in the future. But hours later, Mr. Trump warned that the United States and its allies are prepared to respond should “foolish or reckless acts be taken by North Korea.” “I feel it is inappropriate, at this time, to have this long-planned meeting,” Mr. Trump wrote in the letter, referring to the summit that had been set for June 12 in Singapore. At a White House bill signing ceremony, Mr. Trump said the United States military is “more ready” than ever to respond to North Korea. He also maintained American sanctions — what he called “by far, the strongest” to be imposed — would continue to exert pressure on North Korea. Mr. Trump’s reference to anger and hostility followed comments from a North Korean officialwho described Vice President Mike Pence as “ignorant and stupid.” Mr. Pence had said that relations with North Korea “will only end like the Libyan model ended if Kim Jong-un doesn’t make a deal.” He made the comments in an interview on Monday with Fox News. Mr. Pence was referencing the fate of the government of Col. Muammar el-Qaddafi, the former Libyan dictator. Colonel Qaddafi gave up his nuclear program in 2003 in the hope of negotiating with the West, but was killed by rebels in a 2011 uprising after his government was weakened during military action from the United States and its European allies. When it was noted that the comparison could be interpreted as a threat, Mr. Pence replied, “Well, I think it’s more of a fact.” In a statement carried by the North’s official Korean Central News Agency, Vice Foreign Minister Choe Son-hui of North Korea said that Mr. Pence had made “unbridled and impudent remarks that North Korea might end like Libya.” Citing “unlawful and outrageous acts” by top American officials, Ms. Choe said that she would recommend to Mr. Kim that he should reconsider what would have been a historic summit. The decision to scrap the meeting is the latest turn in the wildly vacillating relationship between Mr. Trump and Mr. Kim. The two have exchanged nuclear threats and also traded derisive nicknames for the other, with Mr. Trump calling the North Korean leader the “little Rocket Man” and Mr. Kim dubbing the American president as a “dotard.” A portion of Mr. Trump’s letter canceling the meeting. The announcement appeared to catch South Korea — where millions of people live within immediate range of the North’s nuclear weapons — off guard. President Moon Jae-in of South Korea called Mr. Trump’s cancellation of the summit meeting “disconcerting and very regrettable.” Mr. Moon has been trying for months to help stage the summit.
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Jared Kushner's security clearance restored, met with Mueller team a second time
 
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Kushner's security clearance restored, met with Mueller team a second time President Donald Trump's son-in-law and senior adviser, Jared Kushner, had his White House security clearance restored Wednesday, a person familiar with the matter said, after months of uncertainty stemming in part from his role in the ongoing investigation by special counsel Robert Mueller. Kushner met with Mueller's investigators a second time in April and answered questions for seven hours, according to his attorney, Abbe Lowell. He had previously sat for an interview last November that was largely focused on former national security adviser Michael Flynn, who soon after pleaded guilty to charges of making false statements to the FBI. These developments come as the Mueller's investigators appear to be trying to complete parts of their inquiry. The Kushner team believes he is now finished with all ongoing inquiries, which also include the investigations by congressional committees, according to a person close to Kushner. A spokesman for Mueller declined to comment. "A year ago, Jared was one of the first to voluntarily cooperate with any investigation into the 2016 campaign and related topics," Lowell said in a statement. "Since then, he has continued this complete cooperation, providing a large number of documents and sitting for hours of interviews with congressional committees and providing numerous documents and sitting for two interviews with the Office of Special Counsel. On each occasion, he answered all questions asked and did everything he could to expedite the conclusion of all the investigations." Kushner was stripped of his interim clearance in February amid an overhaul of proceduresgoverning access to the nation's most sensitive secrets following the resignation of Rob Porter, the President's staff secretary, who had been allowed to remain in his post for months despite allegations of spouse abuse. The Mueller probe has also hung over Kushner's status in the White House, in part because some of the matters under investigation relate to his role during the campaign and the transition, including contacts with Russians, as well as events that occurred in the early months of the Trump presidency, such as the firing of former FBI Director James Comey. White House officials have blamed the delay in Kushner receiving his security clearance on administrative backlogs normal to a new administration, as well as the complicated nature of his application. But Kushner's troubles were compounded at least in part because his initial security clearance application didn't list dozens of foreign contacts that he later included in updated submissions to the FBI. Lowell disputed that the initial security clearance application played any role in the delay in Kushner receiving his final clearance. "With respect with the news of his clearance being restored, as we stated before, his application was properly submitted, reviewed by numerous career officials and went through the normal process," Lowell said. "Throughout the process, Mr. Kushner has continued to work on a number of foreign policy and domestic issues with no interruption. Having completed all of these processes, he is looking to continue to do the work the President has asked him to do." Kushner's initial SF-86 form did not mention any foreign contacts, though he quickly supplemented it to indicate that he would provide that information. He updated the form in the spring, listing about 100 contacts, but did not mention the June 2016 Trump Tower meeting he attended with Russian lawyer Natalia Veselnitskaya, Donald Trump Jr., and former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort. Kushner updated the SF-86 forms once more in June to include that meeting.
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Kentucky Derby I Belmont Stakes I Horse Racing I This is Perfect Photo Finish Horse Racing
 
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Photo Finish is the #1 horse racing game, train and breed to win the Cup! *** The best horse racing series on mobile! *** Can you win the Cup and take the Crown of Horse Racing? The Quest has begun! Hire a jockey, train your horse, and compete in a variety of races from a local derby all the way up to winning the quest for the Cup! Photo Finish Horse Racing is the ultimate horse race simulation, featuring lifelike animation, stellar graphics, addictive gameplay and intense competition. Live the life of a jockey, owner, and spectator in the Sport of Kings! Play a quick race in a spare minute, or battle your way through the major derby to win the Cup! -------------------------------------- CHAMPIONSHIPS: Breeder, Jockey, Cup Champion. Triple the roles, triple the fun. Be it all in Photo Finish Horse Racing! Have Kentucky dreams? Belmont ambitions? Intentions for Epsom? Start your racing quest now! Will you earn your crown as Champion? Breed a championship caliber horse to win Rise in ranks until the day comes – the day you race in the derby! Get to the stable and get going! BREEDING: Develop your stable and breed the ultimate stallion! Do you have what it takes to be the best breeder? Breed the best to beat the best! Make your stable a haven for the fastest horses! RACING EXPERIENCE: Triple your rewards in online stakes! Graphics so good you’ll think you’re racing in VR! Race every day to reach the haven of the success! Race online against players from Belmont to Epsom! Well, what are you waiting for? You haven ‘t begun your quest for the crown!
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Brazil 1-0 Croatia, Neymar scores a cracker on his return from injury in World Cup frienly
 
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Brazil 1-0 Croatia, LIVE score: Neymar scores a cracker on his return from injury in World Cup friendly at Anfield
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Ambien maker Sanofi: 'Racism is not a known side effect'
 
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Roseanne Barr said she was "ambien tweeting" and "did something unforgiveable" The drug's side effects include "abnormal thinking and behavioral changes" Ambien is unlikely to be behind Barr's racist comments, experts say Roseanne Barr blamed the sleep aid Ambien for a series of racist tweets that resulted in the cancellation of her show "Roseanne" by ABC on Tuesday. Barr tweeted, "guys I did something unforgiveable so do not defend me. It was 2 in the morning and I was ambien tweeting." In another tweet, Barr doubled down, saying that she has "done weird stuff while on ambien-cracked eggs on the wall at 2am etc --" Ashleigh Koss, a spokeswoman for the North America region of Sanofi, the maker of Ambien, said in a written statement Wednesday, "While all pharmaceutical treatments have side effects, racism is not a known side effect of any Sanofi medication."The claim drew questions and backlash from social media, with one writer and correspondent for the TV show "Full Frontal with Samantha Bee" saying, "Ambien makes you racist? No wonder some of y'all can't get woke." As for whether Ambien could be to blame for Barr's actions, Dr. Nancy Collop, medical director of the Emory Sleep Center, wrote in an email, "I really don't think so." "Writing a coherent tweet is not what is usually seen" during abnormal sleep behavior, she said. In contrast, the types of movements you'd expect to see, like walking or eating during sleep, "don't require a lot of thought." "I wouldn't say it is impossible but I think her history of prior racist comments suggests conscious decisions were made ... not related to the use of a drug," Collop said. Another sleep researcher said she has encountered some patients who have texted in their sleep. These patients "may send things that don't make sense," Dr. Rachel Salas, associate professor of neurology in the sleep medicine division at Johns Hopkins Medicine, wrote in an email. "But some have sent coherent texts without remembering." "Ambien does not induce 'racist tweets,' " she added, "but it is possible that people could text or tweet while on Ambien and not remember. "My advice for people is not to sleep with your phone or electronics near your bed when on sleep aids, and to put a passcode on your phone to make it more difficult to send texts, tweets, or make purchases." A hard pill to swallow? A number of celebrities have claimed that Ambien contributed to their odd behavior, including actors John Stamos and Charlie Sheen, who tweeted, "adios Roseanne! good riddance. hashtag NOT Winning." The drug has also been a controversial defense in many legal cases. In 2010, a man accused of disrupting a trans-Atlantic flight by claiming he was carrying explosives also told the federal marshal onboard that he had taken Ambien, according to court documents. Doctors said at the time that it was very unlikely that the drug was the cause. "In a person experiencing confusional arousal because of Ambien, you wouldn't expect to hear comments from that person that seem to fit into the context of the environment that they are in," said Dr. Michel Cramer Bornemann, a lead investigator of Sleep Forensics Associates. "In this case, a man on board a plane is talking about false passports, bombs, dynamite and blowing up a plane. This seems really at first glance, inconsistent with what we know of Ambien's side effects." Ambien, also known by the generic name zolpidem, is a prescription drug used to treat insomnia that was approved in 1992 by the US Food and Drug Administration. It belongs to a class of medications called sedative-hypnotics. The drug has a number of side effects including "abnormal thinking and behavioral changes," which may take the form of "decreased inhibition" such as aggressiveness and extroversion that seem "out of character," according to information that comes with the drug. Hallucinations have also been reported, representing less than 1% of adults in controlled trials for insomnia. Researchers have found high levels of zolpidem in the blood of some patients the morning after a dose -- so much so, it could affect their cognitive and driving skills. This prompted the FDA to lower recommended dosages for certain people in 2013. There have been reports of "complex behaviors": cooking and eating food, making phone calls, having sex and driving. The risk of these behaviors may increase at higher doses and in combination with alcohol or other drugs, experts say. Still, these behaviors "are not 'common,' " Collop said. But even if fewer than 1% of patients experience these symptoms, she added, that would add up to a lot of people, given how common the medication is. These behaviors "have been reported in patients who are not fully awake after taking a sedative-hypnotic," drug information documents say. "Patients usually do not remember these events. "It can rarely be determined with certainty whether a particular instance of the abnormal behaviors listed above is drug induced,
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Klay Thompson interview after Warriors defeat Rockets 1 15-86 Game 6: 2018 NBA Playoffs
 
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Klay Thompson interview after Warriors defeat Rockets 115-86 Game 6 in 2018 NBA Playoffs
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JR Smith thought the Cavs were in the lead BLUNDER!!  [VIDEO]
 
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The Cleveland Cavaliers were not ahead when they got a rebound against the Golden State Warriors with 4.5 seconds to go. Too bad JR Smith didn’t know that. As time wound down in regulation in Game 1 of the 2018 NBA Finals on Thursday, it was up to George Hill to give the Cavaliers a lead with two free throws and several seconds left in the game. Hill only hit one of two, missing the second. Miraculously, Cleveland wound up with the rebound on the miss. The ball found its way to Smith, who held the ball near the far sideline without knowing the Cavaliers didn’t have the lead. Time expired, forcing overtime.
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AG Jeff Sessions Cites The Bible To Defend Separating Immigrant Families
 
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AG Jeff Sessions Cites The Bible To Defend Separating Immigrant Families
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TRUMP Accuses NBC of spreading Fake News
 
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Totally biased @NBCNews went out of its way to say that the big announcement from Ford, G.M., Lockheed & others that jobs are coming back...to the U.S., but had nothing to do with TRUMP, is more FAKE NEWS. Ask top CEO's of those companies for real facts. Came back because of me!
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Thief makes sure dog doesn't run away after breaking into house
 
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Thief makes sure dog doesn't run away after breaking into house Police in Massachusetts need people to throw them a bone as they to to catch a criminal. Buzz60's Sean Dowling has more.
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Hillary Clinton trolls Trump with Russian hat
 
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Hillary Clinton trolls Trump with Russian hat While speaking during Yale University's 2018 class day, Hillary Clinton took a jab at her former 2016 campaign rival, now-President Donald Trump.
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