Farewell to the stodgy Brits and Hello to the land of Real opportunity. The Duke & Duchess of Sussex carry on their public duties with Meghan speaking on gender equality. Plus, see a comedic male student compliment Meghan.
Detained, Arrested? There is a big difference its all a big play to get rid of the competition.
Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman has reportedly detained high-profile members of the royal family.That includes former crown prince Mohammed bin Nayef, as well as Prince Ahmed bin Abdulaziz Al Saud, the younger brother of the Saudi King.Reports suggest that they have both been accused of treason.Saudi guards have also arrested one of Mohammed Bin Nayef's brothers.They are now likely under threat of life imprisonment or possible execution.Both could have been rivals to Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman for the throne when King Salman dies
.Al Jazeera’s Jamal Elshayyal explains what these detentions mean for the kingdom and their impact on Saudi politics.We are also joined by Khalil Jahshan, the executive director of Arab Center Washington, DC.
Pathetic & Disgusting Oil is and should be a thing of the past. The fact that it still holds sway over huge sectors of the economy is something we as Americans need to keep in mind and make sure the "76 oil crash" never happens again. We should all be dependent on renewable energy only. Don't let the government or anyone tell you we cant do it. That is achieve complete energy independence from fossil fuels that's oil, because we can, we are and we will triumph over the evils of fossil fuel and oil. Saudi Arabia has slashed its export oil prices for April, and is also planning to boost production in a move that has sparked a price war which could have far-reaching economic and political consequences.The move comes after Russia on Friday refused to join OPEC's plan to cut supplies.Saudi Arabia's state-run oil giant Saudi Aramco on Saturday lowered its April oil prices to Asia by six dollars a barrel, its biggest discount in 20 years.It also slashed its export prices to U.S. by seven dollars a barrel,... and to Northwestern Europe by eight dollars.Aramco also plans to increase its daily production to more than 10 million barrels, possibly even 11 million,... well above its current output.Experts say the move will sharply drive down global oil prices.
The forests are echoing with laughter today, as Led Zeppelin have scored another legal victory in the long running copyright fight around their classic hit "Stairway to Heaven"
She is set to reschedule it later this year.
Its about time Austrailia is suing them for $529 billion. BTW you know I David "top40" Russell from InternetTop40.com am suing Alpahabet Inc.aka Google in Federal Court here in the United States in the Western District of Kentucky Case #3:19-CV-527-DJH-RSE Look it up if you can. And send me your stories of how Adsense shortchanged you on Page views. You will hear more about this case in the future, its in the judges hands at this time. Social media giant Facebook is being taken to Federal Court in Austraillia over alleged privacy breaches relating to the Cambridge Analytica scandal. The charges concern the personality quiz application This is Your Digital Life, which shared data with the now-notorious British data analysis firm.Editor for Gizmodo, Tegan Jones, joins ABC News Channel to explain how it happened and why it's taken so long for Australia to reach this point, well after Britain and the US also sued the social media giant.
Canada has secured a plane in its effort to repatriate about 230 Canadians on board the coronavirus-hit Grand Princess cruise ship, Global Affairs said in a statement on Sunday.
Foreign Affairs Minister François-Philippe Champagne, Health Minister Patty Hajdu and Chief Public Health Officer Dr. Theresa Tam provide an update on the consular situation on the Grand Princess cruise ship. The captain of the ship hit by the new coronavirus has informed the passengers, which include 237 Canadians, that the vessel is now headed to the port of Oakland, Calif.
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Thousands lined Anchorage streets and trails to celebrate 57 Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Race mushers and dog teams on Saturday, March 7, 2019. Hear from several mushers and check out the scene.
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"The Derby" was directed by Remington Smith (www.facebook.com/theremingtonsmith). It is part of The Atlantic Selects, an online showcase of short documentaries from independent creators, curated by The Atlantic.
Mayor Muriel Bowser confirmed Saturday evening that a man in his late 50s has contracted the coronavirus.
Classically trained musician, reporter, novelist and teacher James McBride is a modern day renaissance man. McBride's work has taken on some of the most profound issues in American culture, often with a cutting sense of humor. "CBS This Morning: Saturday" co-host Jeff Glor sits down with McBride after he released his first book since winning the National Book Award seven years ago, titled "Deacon King Kong."
Be prepared! Investing in Gold today could yield enormous dividends. We'll look at Gold investing, some very scary upcoming economic trends, and how to prepare and even thrive in the upcoming recession. Very serious topic today and whether you invest in gold or metals or not, listen to this information as what could happen in the near future will greatly impact you and your family. In October 19th 1987 the US suffered the worst market crash in history dropping 23% in just a few hours.. All around the world markets dropped by similar amounts about 10% of global GDP wiped off the map. The very next day the fed announced they would step in, and the following week they cut interest rates by half a point. They did the same thing this week. But here is the difference, back in 1987 rates were over 7% so half a point cut is not a big deal. Last week the rate went from 1.75 to 1 to 1.25%. Now dropping interest rates is one of the primary tools available to counter recessions. When you drop rates, people borrow more money, economy speeds up. Pretty basic premise. But we haven't even officially entered a recession and we are at one percent interest - what happens when we hit the recession? Where can you go from one percent or half percent interest rates? The answer is negative interest rates. Minus 1%, minus 2%, Many people still have not aware of this actual scenario but this is bizarro world, where you pay the bank for the privilege of holding your money, instead of them paying you. If you think that is crazy check this out. Negative interest rates are already here in other countries. Most bonds in Europe and japan, and about 30% of all investment grade debt worldwide carries negative yields already. Countries had no other choice than to instate this crazy scenario and it has not resulted in the desired outcomes. Now US policymakers dont want to go to negative interest, in fact, because of the connection with the derivatives market which is a trillion dollar house of cards itself, to do so would be catastrophic. Now keep in mind despite that risk, President Trump has suggested the fed should drop interest rates into the negatives, this is so the US government can refinance it's 23 trillion dollar debt. Yes every taxpayer in the USA officially owes about $189,000 of this ever growing debt. And it's not just the USA it is around the globe. Beyond the stock market we have other economic landmines like the student loan debt, second now only to mortgages as the highest consumer loan category, 45 million people hold 1.6 trillion in debt. 101 billion dollars from 5.1 million borrowers already in default. so 5.1 million people 1 year behind in payments. And that is how many are defaulting in a great economy what happens when the economy slows down? We also have the sub-prime car loans bubble, an inverted yield curve, which has with 100% accuracy always predicted recessions, massive derivatives bubble that some people suggest is globally over 1 quadrillion dollars, and this is horrifying, if you aren't aware of the derivatives issue Ill post a link at the ed of the video, we also have the collapse of retail, almost 10,000 retail stores closed last year, quantitative easing ie: printing money, we have election uncertainty, and of course, now on top of it all ....pandemics. So while silver didn't do well in recessions, and gold did just OK, it definitely makes sense to have some on hand. If you set aside a few dollars every week and add to your stack you may one day be happy that you did. Most people are spending money on fancy coffee and entertainment every day like the economy will last forever,but what if it doesnt? Buying gold & silver is easy, there are many reputable online providers like Kitco, goldsilver.com, bullionvault.com.In addition to gold there are many ways to insulate yourself from this economic downturn. Start a side hustle. If you have little to no money you can start a Youtube Channel, write a book, start a blog, become an affiliate. We live in the greatest time in history to make money. Even in recessions people still buy books, they watch video, they buy things. In fact in many recessions consumption of entertainment goes up, because people need entertainment to help them forget about how bad everything is. We just uploaded a video on side hustles and good business ideas in a recession, Ill post the link at the end of the video. Start or buy a business. The best way to protect your job in a recession is to be the boss. People think its crazy to start a business before or during a recession. Recessions are a great time to be in business we cover that in the next video.
It's time to stand up and take notice of climate change. #TheClockIsTicking and the effects of this crisis are not slowing down – we’re seeing it everywhere, feeling it everyday. Open your eyes to the hard facts on the causes, effects and most importantly, the solution. 'Climate Change: The Global Warning' premiering 22nd Feb, Sat-Sun @ 9 PM.
This animation depicts the CRISPR-Cas9 method for genome editing – a powerful new technology with many applications in biomedical research, including the potential to treat human genetic disease. Feng Zhang, a leader in the development of this technology, is a faculty member at MIT, an investigator at the McGovern Institute for Brain Research, and a core member of the Broad Institute. Further information can be found on Prof. Zhang’s website at http://zlab.mit.edu .Images and footage courtesy of Sputnik Animation, the Broad Institute of MIT and Harvard, Justin Knight and pond5.
National Housing Conference CEO David Dworkin discusses falling U.S. mortgage rates as and how much money Americans may be able to save as well as home purchasing trends.
FOX Business Network (FBN) is a financial news channel delivering real-time information across all platforms that impact both Main Street and Wall Street. Headquartered in New York — the business capital of the world — FBN launched in October 2007 and is the leading business network on television, topping CNBC in Business Day viewers for the second consecutive year. The network is available in more than 80 million homes in all markets across the United States. Owned by FOX, FBN has bureaus in Chicago, Los Angeles, Washington, D.C. and London.