Kanye West's Sunday Service at Joel Osteen's
Kanye West's Sunday Service at Joel Osteen's Church Underway Live TMZ“Jesus Is King” A Sunday Service Experience at Lakewood Church with Kanye West Joel OsteenKanye West Calls Himself the 'Greatest Artist That God Has Ever Created' at Joel Osteen's Service PEOPLE.com'The only superstar is Jesus': Kanye West speaks at Lakewood KTRK-TVBruce Ashford: Kanye visits Joel Osteen’s church – Here’s what he should do Fox NewsView full coverage on Google News
Posted on 17 November 2019 | 6:04 pm
Wall Street Journal: Sondland kept Trump
Wall Street Journal: Sondland kept Trump administration officials briefed on Ukraine dealings CNNTranscripts of depositions released as senior white house budget official testifies | ABC News ABC NewsRepublican congressman calls new details about Trump revealed in impeachment testimony 'alarming' CNNBradley Blakeman: Dems' impeachment option — THIS is their only exit strategy Fox NewsUkraine scandal is microcosm of Trump's terrible presidency Los Angeles TimesView full coverage on Google News
Posted on 17 November 2019 | 5:54 pm
Video, photos show sweaty Prince Andrew in
Video, photos show sweaty Prince Andrew in public with sexy women: report New York Post Prince Andrew Talks About His Ties to Jeffrey Epstein, and Britain Is Appalled The New York TimesThe Guardian view on Prince Andrew: entitled, obtuse and shamefully silent over Epstein’s victims The GuardianPizza Express in Woking flooded with fake reviews after Prince Andrew said he was there on night of ‘teen s The SunPrince Andrew breaks silence on Jeffrey Epstein, letting "royal family down" CBS Evening NewsView full coverage on Google News
Posted on 17 November 2019 | 5:07 pm
Sunday Night Football odds, line: Rams vs.
Sunday Night Football odds, line: Rams vs. Bears picks, top predictions from NFL expert who's 51-25 CBS SportsWoods inactive vs. Bears due to personal issue NFL.comThree keys and prediction: Bears vs. Rams NBCSports.comDavid Montgomery active, expected to play vs. Rams Chicago Sun-TimesBears at Rams: Live updates, game stats, highlights as Goff, Trubisky meet for 'Sunday Night Football' CBSSports.comView full coverage on Google News
Posted on 17 November 2019 | 4:32 pm
Bill Gates passes Jeff Bezos for title of
Bill Gates passes Jeff Bezos for title of world’s richest person MarketWatchJeff Bezos can afford to buy every team in the NFL—with enough left over for every NYC sports team CNBCInc42 Shots | World' Top 50 Billionaires | Where Is India's Mukesh Ambani On The List? Inc42Bill Gates beats Jeff Bezos as world's richest man (again) CNETJeff Bezos throughout the decade: The Amazon's CEO life in the 2010s Business InsiderView full coverage on Google News
Posted on 17 November 2019 | 4:31 pm
Massachusetts man arrested after son, 5,
A father is facing drug possession charges after his son, 5, allegedly took heroin to school and said tasting it made him feel like Spider-Man.
Posted on 17 November 2019 | 5:42 pm
Michael Bloomberg issues first apology for
Michael Bloomberg has apologised for his endorsement of the stop and frisk policy utilised by police under his tenure as Mayor of New York.Mr Bloomberg has spoken negatively of the initiative for the first time, ahead of a potential bid for the presidency.
Posted on 17 November 2019 | 4:46 pm
Hong Kong protesters with bows, arrows
Hong Kong students shot arrows at police firing tear gas as escalating violence paralyzed the semi-autonomous Chinese territory's educational system.
Posted on 17 November 2019 | 4:36 pm
Child abuse victims should have right to sue
Child abuse victims should be given new rights to sue paedophiles caught viewing or sharing indecent images of them, children charities have said. The Children’s Charities’ Coalition on Internet Safety (CCCIS) called for the initiative arguing it would act as a deterrent for offenders, who now know they are unlikely to go do jail, as it could mean potentially losing their homes and pensions if caught with abuse material. The CCCIS, which represents charities such as the NSPCC and Barnardo’s, said those convicted of indecent images should also face a new automatic surcharge to fund the treatment and therapy costs of victims of abuse. The call comes as police have previously said they are struggling to cope with the now more than 5,000 arrests being made for indecent images every year. Police chiefs have argued that some paedophiles caught with indecent images could be dealt with by conditional cautions to lighten the caseload. John Carr OBE, Secretary of the CCCIS, said : "If you assume these offenders are rational, they must know that the chances of them being caught, convicted and sent to jail are very close to zero. "But if they knew that if they were caught their house, their car, their pension, their assets could be at risk as they are obliged to pay compensation to the victims, that would act as a major deterrent. "Why should the taxpayer pick up the entire bill (for victim treatment) if the guys who are responsible can fund it? We’ve got the phrase ‘the polluter pays’ - here we want the abuser to pay." Victims of child abuse can currently sue their abusers through the civil courts, however their rights regarding people caught with images or recordings of their abuse are far less clear. The CCCIS, said that explosion in abuse images being shared on the internet was causing long-lasting trauma to victims whose abuse had been recorded. Last year the US-based watchdog, the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children, said it received reports of 18 million images worldwide being shared across major tech platforms, including 16 million just from Facebook. The CCCIS also argued an automatic surcharge should be levied on the growing numbers of people caught with images, on top of the current victim surcharge, which would fund care for victims. Currently all people convicted in UK courts pay a victim surcharge of up to £181, the proceeds of which are dispersed among various victims' charities. Mr Carr added: "The victims of sexual abuse are completely clear and know that those images are circulating on the internet and being downloaded. Some of these young people will have that pain and burden the rest of their lives. "That is a huge source of stress and anxiety for them, and so the who business of downloading needs to be discouraged and stopped."
Posted on 17 November 2019 | 1:30 pm
Racist, anti-Semitic incidents prompt
Syracuse suspended a fraternity and halted social activities at all of them for the semester after a series of racist and anti-Semitic incidents.
Posted on 17 November 2019 | 12:50 pm