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Existen muchas posibilidades para poder  Ver Venezuela vs Argentina en Internet , una de ellas son las páginas de stream en las que se pone en vivo el partido de fútbol de los cuartos de final de la Copa América Centenario . El equipo de Argentina hizo pleno, 3 juegos y 3 victorias con un total de 10 goles fabricados por tan solo 1 recibido, este fué en el juego inaugural y en tiempo de reposición por parte de la selección de Chile, así que se espera que sea un juego con mucho gol, pero enfrente tiene a la Vinotinto, un equipo que viene de recibir 1 gol en 3 partidos, este lo recibió ante México en su último partido de la ronda de Grupos, como fuere se vió sólido en defensa pero con algo de suerte, algo que necesitará y mucho si quiere competir contra Messi y compañia. Este juego Venezuela vs Argentina gratis será sin duda un bálsamo para las aficiones que esperan que se pueda conseguir muchos goles por ambos equipos

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La Eurocopa es el torneo de selecciones mas importante de Europa, ya está en marcha y los partidos se estan dando vertiginosamente, por lo que en este Online Belgica vs Irlanda vamos a ver mucho de lo que describimos máxime cuando veremos a dos equipo con necesidad de sumar de 3 para poder optar a la clasificación a la siguiente ronda. Bélgica perdió su primer encuentro ante Italia, aún así sigue siendo favorita para pasar al lado de Italia a la próxima ronda. En cambio Irlanda empató ante Suecia el primer partido, con 1 solo punto busca los 3 ante Bélgica por que luego ante Italia será un poco mas dificil conseguirlo

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In her native Dallas she’s one of the city’s most stylish entrepreneurs, and now the rest of the world is discovering Kathy Fielder. Her Design Life Style brand is a favorite of retailers from Neiman Marcus to The Horchow Collection to One Kings Lane to Rue La La. Earlier this month, the Kathy Fielder Collection for Atlantic, a ready-to-assemble home furniture line was announced, and will hit retailers nationwide in Summer 2017.

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The big white house with pillars at 1600 Pennsylvania Ave. NW in Washington, D.C

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In all the chatter during the 2016 election campaign about the neglected and overlooked people in the country, precious little was said about the tens of millions of people over 50 who are in desperate or near-desperate financial straits. And maybe that makes sense, because these people have been neglected and overlooked for so long they are barely part of any conversation.

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Can you name the only two presidents who have won the popular vote in three consecutive elections?

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Last Tuesday, November 8 marked the 27th year since the Berlin Wall fell. On the exact same day a man wanting to build a wall was elected as President of the United States.

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Kristen Wiig joined “ Saturday Night Live ” cast members in singing the history of Thanksgiving .

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Why I won’t be attending any Anti-Trump Protests I have been strongly and opposed to Donald Trump, but I won’t be attending any protests against him.

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The “Hamilton” cast had a special message for Vice President-elect Mike Pence, whose presence at the hit Broadway musical on Friday night drew boos from the Manhattan audience.

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Fifth Harmony star Lauren Jauregui just shared an open letter addressed to anyone who thinks voting for President-elect Donald Trump  “does not mean that you are racist, homophobic, sexist, xenophobic, assholes.” And she used the occasion to publicly come out as bisexual. In the op-ed, published on Billboard.com Friday , the obviously furious singer held back little, calling Trump supporters “hypocrites” who “voted for a person who built an 18-month campaign off the back of your hatred” before become the latest person to compare the president-elect to Nazi dictator Adolf Hitler . Jauregui said she’s a “bisexual Cuban-American woman and I am so proud of it.” She also noted she is proud to be “the granddaughter and daughter of immigrants who were brave enough to leave their homes and come to a whole new world.” She then dedicated several paragraphs to explaining her pride as a woman in light of the misogyny that ran rampant during Trump’s campaign

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  WASHINGTON – After responsible stewardship of the nuclear arsenal, perhaps the most import role an American president sets is setting a tone that guides how millions of people will act. In the aftermath of the election of Donald Trump, acts of violence and intimidation against the groups that he singled out during the campaign have been reported across the country, and are being tracked by the Southern Poverty Law Center. Ethiopian immigrant Yemaj Adem, for instance, was attacked in Grand Rapids on November 12th by a man in his cab who started punching him and shouting “Trump! Trump! Trump!” The man was arrested, and continued making racist comments about Adem in the back of the police car

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Trying to have any meaningful discussion about the climate change crisis with someone who rejects mainstream science is a recipe for frustration. And with a president-elect who has said climate change is “ bullshit ” and a “ hoax ,” it’s likely many family holiday celebrations this year will include unproductive and, shall we say, spirited banter.

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ST. LOUIS ―  Marlene Gebhard, grandmother of slain 20-year-old Tyler Gebhard, says the past four months have shaken her beliefs about law enforcement, and her days are divided by what she knows and the mystery surrounding the details of her grandson’s death

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It was chilling enough to learn that President-elect Donald Trump’s team was discussing the idea of a  registry for Muslim immigrants . The news grew even more alarming when Carl Higbie, a Trump surrogate, defended the notion by citing the internment of Japanese-Americans during World War II. Now, people in search of a ray of hope are turning to actor-turned-activist George Takei and his inspiring 2014 TED Talk .

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The Critical Investigations into Humanitarianism in Africa (CIHA) Blog, at www.cihablog.com, has as its mission to “transform the phenomenon of aid to Africa into egalitarian and respectful relationships that challenge unequal power relations, paternalism and victimization.” It focuses particularly on “critical and religious voices to explore connections among issues of faith, governance, gender, and race in colonial and post-colonial contexts.

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Which Trump? Early Signs Not Good

17Nov

Optimists are hoping for a Trump makeover. They cling to his brief victory remarks suggesting that he wants to be the “president of all the people.” In his 60 Minutes interview following the election Trump said that the protestors were out in the streets because “they do not know me.” They recall his statement some months ago that he had to say outlandish things in order to get greater media attention and reach more people than his Republican primary competitors. Character and personality are not prone to change in most people

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Courage in the Face of Fear

17Nov

By Jacquie West Courage in the face of fear is not for the faint of heart, especially for those whose hearts are broken.  The first Saturday after this country’s national election could have been spent any number of ways: doing chores, watching college football, working, or simply avoiding anything political, but for those of us fortunate enough to answer an invitation, we decided to try a ” Living Room Conversation ,” a simple model for civil discourse at The Utah Citizens Summit, on Saturday November 12th, in Salt Lake City, Utah.

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The United States was born 240 years ago with a shield that proclaimed, “Peace, Independence, Liberty.” It marked an inflection point in the human narrative. For thousands of years, mankind had exalted warriors and nations who turned children into orphans, wives into widows, and had fathers bury sons rather than sons bury fathers in chronic wars for the sake of power, riches and the adolescent thrill of domination. Our forefathers, in contrast, risked their lives, their fortunes, and their sacred honor to give birth to a nation whose glory was liberty and whose march was the march of the mind.

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About 50 million Americans suffer from nasal allergies , but perhaps their coughing, sneezing, itchy eyes, wheezing, runny nose and other side effects are being inadvertently exacerbated ― by them! In the video above, The Doctors   share three surprising ways you could be making your allergies worse.  1. You’re not wearing your glasses or sunglasses.  Soft contact lenses are permeable and prone to absorb airborne irritants like pollen or smoke, explains Dr. Travis Stork, who suggests wearing glasses or sunglasses to block allergens from getting into your eyes.  Beat Your Allergies  2

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Read the “big takeaways” sections of the political news aggregators in the days following the elections. They’re focused on how campaign insiders missed this voter sentiment or that election dynamic. But they’re nearly silent on the Clinton campaign’s most obvious failing: After a decade pursuing the presidency, this highly accomplished woman couldn’t communicate to Americans a compelling vision of what she’d do for them.

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Stress is a condition that can happen to anyone. Although it is a part of everyone’s life, it does not mean that it should go unchecked. If your stress levels are not under control then you expose yourself to adverse health challenges It was identified to cause psychological and physical problems

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I once knew a woman. We all called her Aunt Gladys. She was the sweetest woman you would ever meet.

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Stephen Colbert isn’t liking Facebook these days. “The Late Show” host took the social media giant to task Tuesday for waiting until after Donald   Trump  won the presidency to restrict the fake news stories that had proliferated on the site. Some of the massively shared articles were reportedly penned by teenagers in Macedonia  and featured negative  Hillary   Clinton  angles to attract Trump supporters, Colbert noted.

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MSNBC’s Thomas Roberts speculated recently about whether there was enough soap in America to wash off the mud splattered by the dirty, depressing, and uninspired efforts by both presidential candidates to win votes. A week ago, we answered the question of who will lead us over the next four years.

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President Barack Obama  still has more than two months left in office, but the tributes are already pouring in. The program, “ Love & Happiness: An Obama Celebration ” on BET Tuesday night, prompted thousands of people to tweet their gratitude and caused # ThankYouObama to trend.

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President-elect Donald Trump left reporters in the dark about his whereabouts Tuesday night, continuing a pattern of restricting press access and setting up a dangerous precedent for the press covering the Trump administration. Trump left his residence at New York’s Trump Tower to have dinner at a restaurant without informing the pool of reporters tasked to cover him. Trump’s transition team had told the reporters there would be no more news for the day, indicating Trump would remain at Trump Tower for the night

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The Peach Emoji Looks Like A Butt Again

15Nov

The peach emoji is a treasure. When Apple dropped the first iOS beta for iOS 10.2 with a lot of new, revamped emojis, the response to the redesigned peach emoji was ..

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Days after President-elect Donald Trump’s won the presidency, a Muslim high school teacher in Georgia found a chilling note in her classroom. “Your headscarf isn’t allowed anymore

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Stephen Colbert  has poked fun at President-elect  Donald Trump’s reported friendship with Russian leader  Vladimir Putin . The “ Late Show ” host conducted a spoof interview with Trump Monday, in which the Republican “revealed” what the Russian president had sent him as an election victory gift ―  a beautiful, yuuuge, tremendous, enormous wooden horse. “ Have you thought about looking inside the horse to see if there is anything in it before you open the gates and bring it into America?” Colbert asked Trump ― in reference to the ancient tale of how Greeks concealed themselves in a wooden horse in order to enter the city of Troy

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WASHINGTON ― Donald Trump is reportedly considering appointing Clare Lopez, an anti-Muslim conspiracy theorist, to serve as his deputy national security adviser. Lopez is the vice president of the Center for Security Policy, a Washington, D.C.-based think tank that focuses on the threat of Islamic jihad.

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Meatless Monday: Table Manners

14Nov

I believe going vegan has a positive impact on your health, your karma, your planet, but you can argue otherwise and I will listen and not reject you.

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American Apparel Files For 2nd Bankruptcy

14Nov

NEW YORK (Reuters) – American Apparel LLC filed for its second bankruptcy protection in just over a year on Monday, weighed down by intense competitive pressures facing U.S. teen retailers and a rocky relationship with its founder. The second bankruptcy comes as the retailer struggles to overcome years of losses and rising online competition

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John Oliver summed up many people’s feelings on Sunday’s “Last Week Tonight” when he named 2016 “the fucking worst,” and tried to make sense of Donald Trump ’s victory. All roads led back to the same important question: “What the fuck do we do now?” “We’re going to need to stay here and fight, and not just politically in four years when he’s up for reelection, but constantly, monitoring legislation as it moves through Congress, and fucking voting when your legislators come up for reelection in two years,” Oliver said.

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Sometimes it sucks to be right. “ The Simpsons ” recognized its own accurate prediction of a Donald Trump presidency during the show’s opening sequence on Sunday.

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During his first television interview as president-elect, Donald Trump told CBS News’ Leslie Stahl Sunday night that he would forgo taking a salary while he’s president. He added that he did not even know how much the president earned.  “I think I have to by law take $1, so I’ll take $1 a year,” Trump said. “But it’s a ― I don’t even know what it is. Do you know what the salary is?” “$400,000 you’re giving up,” Stahl answered

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Why Do Women Hate Each Other?

14Nov

For the first time in my 50 years on this earth, I have started to doubt that I will see a woman president in my lifetime. There I said it. I have had to wrestle with, and accept a fact so foreign and unexplainable to me: a lot of women seem to have an innate bias against other women

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Former New York City mayor Rudy Giuliani on Sunday claimed that the wave of protests against President-elect Donald Trump are “exaggerating the fears” of his presidency, despite an increase in acts of racism and bigotry since the election Tuesday. “I feel very bad about that,” Giuliani said on ABC’s “This Week,” addressing the protests.

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Dear “ Sex and the City ” fans, Kim Cattrall wants a spinoff just as much as you do.  On Saturday, the actress, who played Samantha Jones on the HBO series, responded to rumors about a “SATC” spinoff show, giving us some much-needed hope in the wake of last week’s series of depressing events .  Replying to a segment from “The Wendy Williams Show,” which speculated Cattrall is in talks with the cable network to star in a new series, the 60-year-old said, “I’m so unbelievably flattered & moved. Can’t WAIT 2 get back 2 the serious business of making u all laugh! Fingers x’d.” We would tune in in a heartbeat.  I'm so unbelievably flattered & moved @WendyWilliams Can't WAIT 2 get back 2 the serious business of making u all laugh! Fingers x'd. https://t.co/whYYYzJOoV — Kim Cattrall (@KimCattrall) November 12, 2016 When a fan asked if her comment should be taken as confirmation for a new series, Cattrall responded by repeating, “Finger’s x’d…”  Finger's x'd…

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LONDON, Nov 13 (Reuters) – Going it alone on defense and security is not an option for either the United States or Europe, NATO Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg said in an article published on Sunday. During the presidential election campaign Donald Trump, now president-elect, threatened to abandon U.S.

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Combat anti-Semitic  graffiti by getting creative.

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NEW YORK/LOS ANGELES – Chanting “Not my president” and “love trumps hate,” thousands of demonstrators took the streets in cities across the United States on Saturday to protest against President-elect Donald Trump , who they say threatens their civil and human rights. The biggest rallies were in New York , Los Angeles and Chicago, where organizers said they wanted to build on the momentum after several nights of protests triggered by the real-estate mogul’s surprise win in Tuesday’s presidential election. In New York, several thousand protesters marched peacefully up Fifth Avenue past its glitzy store fronts, some already bearing Christmas decorations, before filling the streets at the foot of Trump Tower, the president-elect’s skyscraper home.

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Dakota Pipeline Protesters Block Work Crews

12Nov

Protesters against the Dakota Access oil pipeline briefly blocked two entrances to a pipeline work yard in a rural North Dakota town early on Saturday morning, causing workers to leave the area, police said. Morton County Sheriff’s Department spokesman Rob Keller said law enforcement received a call at around 9 a.m. (CST) telling them a caravan of between 130 and 150 cars, each carrying three to four people, left the protest camps and headed north to the city of Mandan where equipment is located

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A University of Oklahoma student has been temporarily suspended on suspicion of sending racist messages, including threats of lynchings , to black freshman at the University of Pennsylvania, the two universities said on Saturday. The messages were sent to more than 150 students at the University of Pennsylvania, Trump’s alma mater, and included racial slurs and pictures of Africa-Americans being hanged, students told local media. “This is absolutely vile material and completely offensive to everyone on our campus,” University of Pennsylvania President Amy Gutmann said in a statement

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Staying the Couse on National Security Policy

12Nov

Since last Tuesday, U.S. allies and adversaries along with the American people have been wondering what the election means for their future

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A New Donald?

12Nov

To my considerable surprise, I am coming to believe that there may still be hope for Donald Trump.

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Bill Maher wants to build bridges. The “ Real Time ” host was a vocal critic of president-elect Donald Trump throughout his campaign and has since urged Democrats to “ stop being so nice ” in a bid to regain power ― but he’s now also called on the country to come together in the wake of the Republican candidate’s election victory. “ Like it or not, we’re living with Trump now ,” the comedian said on Friday, before stating that currently “half the country literally wants nothing to do with the other half.” Maher said it simply wasn’t a sustainable way to live, likening it to a version of roommate hell

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Christian ‘Elect’ Elect Trump !

12Nov

Independent Voter: ‘Jesus plainly predicted that the Christian elect were susceptible to deception (Matthew 24:24) and Jesus was never more right in any of his predictions.’ Trump Christian Voter: ‘Oh, really?

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The Bottom Drops Out

12Nov

Sometimes life tests you in ways you never expected. The election that shocked the nation dealt a stunning blow to our efforts to make this country more fair, family friendly and healthy.

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In a week when America seems terribly divided, Ripley’s Entertainment has given us something we can all agree on.

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The Democratic Party Has Exploded

11Nov

The Democratic Party exploded Tuesday night. There will be months of finger-pointing and internal reprisals over exactly what Democrats should have done differently.

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A politician who could potentially be banned from entering the U.S. under  Donald   Trump’s   policies is urging the president elect to “bring divided communities back together.” London Mayor Sadiq Khan is Muslim, a group that Trump has pledged to ban from entering the U.S. Though  Trump later indicated that he could be an “exception” to this ban, Khan has been critical of the future president’s attitude toward a religion that comprises 1.6 billion people worldwide

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A Zimbabwean court has thrown out charges against a local hunter accused of failing to stop the killing of the country’s most prized lion by an American dentist, his lawyer said on Friday. Walter Palmer, a lifelong big-game hunter from Minnesota, touched off a global controversy when he killed Cecil, a rare black-maned lion, with a bow and arrow outside Hwange National Park in western Zimbabwe in July last year. While Zimbabwean authorities said Palmer had legal authority to hunt, they were stung by the international outcry and charged local hunter Theo Bronkhorst, who assisted Palmer, with failing to prevent an unlawful hunt

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As supporters of Hillary Clinton , still reeling from her failed presidential bid, walked past the Democrat’s former Brooklyn, New York, headquarters Thursday night, they came across a heartwarming and heartbreaking scene.

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In the wake of Donald Trump ’s election, many groups in the U.S., including African Americans, Muslims and women, are feeling scared and uneasy.

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“Why aren’t I 50 points ahead?” That’s the question that Hillary Clinton asked a group of labor organizers in late September when she was up by 7 points in the national polls.

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Donald Trump likes to talk about “draining the swamp.” The president-elect seems to mean cleaning up corruption in Washington. But for the real swamp of 2016, you needn’t look to our capitol ― just pick up your phone and open Facebook.

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Election 101: Love Overpowers Hate

10Nov

Last night, history was made in the United States of America — Americans passed the power into the hands of President-Elect Donald Trump, the first man to take office with no political/government background. A majority of Americans throughout the nation are experiencing a surge of emotions — some joyful, and some fearful

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In A Blue State, We Grieve

10Nov

Many of us feel like a part of our country died on November 8. We mourn deeply and we grieve. It’s doesn’t just hurt that she lost

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WASHINGTON ― Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.), who traded insults with President-elect Donald Trump during the presidential campaign, said on Thursday that many Americans had a right to be worried about a Trump presidency. “He won ― and now Latino and Muslim-American children are worried about what will happen to their families

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Donald Trump is making Stephen Colbert great again.

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Astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson has a really  good idea for the next four years: “Let’s make America smart again.” The “StarTalk”  host shared his plan on “The Late Show with Stephen Colbert” Wednesday night, a play on President-elect  Donald   Trump ’s election campaign slogan, “ Make America Great Again .” “I think we have a four-year mission now,” Tyson told Colbert. “I think what we need to do, let us together, make America smart again.” Colbert laughed, as he responded that he was a fan of the idea

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PBS host Tavis Smiley reacted to Donald Trump’s presidential victory,  telling MSNBC’s Lawrence O’Donnell on Wednesday that America “showed its true colors.” “What I saw last night was not red, white and blue as President Barack Obama would have us believe from his remarks earlier today ,” Smiley said. “Love and justice lost last night. Hatred and revenge won last night.” Smiley, who was a strong opponent to Trump and his racism , went on to say that the president-elect wasn’t the only winner

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The Glass Ceiling Is Now Made Of Rock

10Nov

As a Latina, I’m more than concerned by the shocking news that yesterday history was made, but not in the sense we expected. It was supposed to be the moment for the first female president in the US history, a moment to remember, as has happened in every country where the presidential glass ceiling has been broken.

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Colin Kaepernick Didn’t Vote

10Nov

After a season of high-profile protesting, San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick has revealed that he did not vote in the 2016 election. When asked if he had already voted Tuesday, Kaepernick told reporters no,  according to San Francisco Chronicle reporter Eric Branch.

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Today, Americans woke up in a nation where Donald Trump ― a man open about his  racism , misogyny  and xenophobia  ― is the president-elect. Shortly after the surprising loss of Hillary Clinton , who many thought would become the United States’ first female president, the hashtag #HesNotMyPresident  began trending across the country. Politicians , analysts and cultural icons  shared their shock and anguish, too.

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All The Ways Your Heart Can Break

09Nov

We are broken. My heart breaks for the vast emptiness in the pit of my stomach I didn’t know existed before last night.

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Twitter exploded in anger following Donald Trump ’s election win as tens of thousands of U.S. users boldly declared he would never truly represent them. Within minutes of the president-elect finishing his victory speech , the #HesNotMyPresident hashtag began trending across the country.

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When Donald Trump first called for a “total and complete shutdown of Muslims entering the United States,” Muslims and non-Muslims around the country braced themselves for what quickly became an election season charged with Islamophobia. Over the last year, Muslim Americans have been subjected to attacks, hate crimes and political maneuverings aimed at vilifying their faith

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The 2016 election has been a divisive one, but it has hit swing-state households especially hard. Jackie and Bill Krachala have been married for 37 years, and as the couple waited to cast their votes Tuesday in the swing state of Pennsylvania, they  revealed to CNN that they are voting for rival presidential nominees. This led to some heartwarming, on-camera bickering that has since gone viral

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Guest author Pei Pei Liu is an Edward J. Meade Policy Fellow

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Eight Ways to Help Teens Get More Sleep

08Nov

By Christine Carter Sleep is, arguably, the golden ticket to happiness.

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Sarah Paulson has given Hillary Clinton’s somewhat mundane  emails a dramatic twist. The “ American Horror Story ” star read out some of the leaked electronic exchanges between the Democratic presidential nominee and her aides on “ Full Frontal with Samantha Bee ” on Monday.

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Call to Arms – Bring a Pen

08Nov

This is a call to arms – and the ordnance is a pen. We need your vote.

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In light of the political climate in America right now there is an overwhelming amount of political coverage on television. From the news to comedy shows and right down to your favorite television series.

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While this train wreck of a national election comes to its long awaited conclusion, I keep thinking about how the world is changing and how little this election reflects the reality of the world around us. Technology has changed our economy, communication systems, society, and lifestyles, a set of facts unobserved by our national politics.

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Menopause has been known to wallop a big gut-punch to our libidos. Vaginal dryness comes as part of the menopausal package and the result is that we often would rather spend the night Netflixing without the chill . But in the interest of rediscovering our libidos, HuffPost50 turned to the experts for suggestions on the best toys for spicing up our sex lives.

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Trumping Anti-Semitism and the Socal Contract

07Nov

His name is Donald J. Trump and he approved this message! If anyone has any doubt about the authoritarian, fascistic nature of Donald Trump’s campaign for President, take a look at his virulently anti-Semitic closing campaign ad, which is laced with longstanding themes of anti-Semitism.

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As a kid growing up in Long Island, I remember hearing my mom crying at the kitchen table as my dad tried to console her. She had recently lost her dad, my grandfather

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Sen. Johnny Isakson (R-Ga.) thinks there’s a good chance President Barack Obama will get his nominee on the Supreme Court this year if Hillary Clinton wins the election Tuesday.

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