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    Elon Musk has promised to fully disclose what led to Twitter's decision to censor the Hunter Biden laptop story, 20 months after DailyMail.com authenticated its contents with top experts.  Billionaire Musk responded to a user who demanded the social media giant get to the bottom of why the laptop was blacklisted from the site - which occurred before he bought Twitter.  In an act of 'politically motivated censorship', Twitter deliberately prevented users from sharing a link to a front-page newspaper article about Hunter Biden's private life and his controversial business ties to Ukraine in the run-up to the 2020 Presidential Election between Biden's father and Donald Trump.  One person wrote: 'Raise your hand if you think [Musk] should make public all internal discussions about the decision to censor the story on Hunter Biden's laptop before the 2020 Election in the interest of Transparency.' Musk responded: 'This is necessary to restore public trust.'  When stories about Hunter Biden's laptop started emerging, several outlets, social media sites and left-leaning disinformation experts claimed that it was just misinformation coming from Trump and others on...
    Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin released a statement to the American military marking one year since the Afghanistan withdrawal Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin said the United States' 'work is not done' in Afghanistan and defended the 20-year occupation as a 'necessary war of self-defense' on Tuesday. In a statement marking one year since the last American soldier left Kabul, Austin commended the 'noble service' of the military and the 2,461 troops who died while in Afghanistan since 2001. He also called on Americans to 'keep having' discussions 'about the costs of the war and what their sacrifices meant' even as Republicans accuse the Biden administration of trying to bury the chaotic withdrawal effort that marked the end of it. As the midterm elections draw near, GOP lawmakers have vowed to further investigation the withdrawal if they win the Congressional majority next year - as well as what led to the Taliban toppling Afghanistan's democratically-elected government within a matter of weeks. 'The United States went to Afghanistan in 2001 to wage a necessary war of self-defense. On September 11, 2001, al-Qaeda terrorists...
    Britney Spears' father didn't waste any time preparing to protect her assets after she got engaged to her longtime boyfriend Sam Asghari on Sunday. Jamie Spears, 69, is 'already working' on getting a prenuptial agreement ready for Britney, 39, and Sam, 27, sources close to the pop star told People on Monday. Shortly after the couple shared their happy news on social media, fans — and even actress Octavia Spencer — urged the hitmaker to protect herself with a prenup. He's on it: Jamie Spears, 69, is 'already working' on getting a prenuptial agreement ready for his daughter Britney Spears, 39, and fiancé Sam Asghari, 27, sources told People on Monday; Jamie and Britney seen in 2015 According to a source close to Britney, Jamie needs to find a lawyer who specializes in prenuptial agreements. 'Jamie is working on finding a lawyer to do the prenup. Because it involves finances and he's still officially Britney's estate conservator, he is figuring out the details,' the insider explained. 'It has to be a divorce lawyer who handles the prenup.' RELATED ARTICLES ...
    In 2004, the Wayans brothers released And Where Are the Blondes? – 15%, a comedy about two FBI agents who infiltrate as two white sisters who are part of high society, for which they had to wear layers of makeup until they were unrecognizable. The film was harshly criticized by the specialized media at that time, but in recent years there has been talk of a sequel perhaps driven by the “cult” factor that has accompanied this title in recent years. Actor Marlon Wayans believes that now is the perfect time to continue the story. Do not miss it: Subscribe here to Disney Plus This collective effort by the Wayans family, who have been in the film industry for years, became something of a pop culture phenomenon and a huge box office success after grossing a global total of US $ 113 million on a budget of US $ 37. million 17 years ago. For at least two years, it has been mentioned that a sequel could happen soon, but nothing is certain. In 2019, actor Terry Crews said that...
    In 2004, the Wayans brothers released And Where Are the Blondes? – 15%, a comedy about two FBI agents who infiltrate as two white sisters who are part of high society, for which they had to wear layers of makeup until they were unrecognizable. The film was harshly criticized by the specialized media at that time, but in recent years there has been talk of a sequel perhaps driven by the “cult” factor that has accompanied this title in recent years. Actor Marlon Wayans believes that now is the perfect time to continue the story. Do not miss it: Subscribe here to Disney Plus This collective effort by the Wayans family, who have been in the film industry for years, became something of a pop culture phenomenon and a huge box office success after grossing a global total of US $ 113 million on a budget of US $ 37. million 17 years ago. For at least two years, it has been mentioned that a sequel could happen soon, but nothing is certain. In 2019, actor Terry Crews said that...
    Tips To Get Your Mortgage Payments as Low as Possible Fully Electric 2021 Ford Mustang Mach-E: Review Find remote work solutions with Surface Ad Microsoft Full screen 1/8 SLIDES © Provided by Eat This, Not That! This Is the Most Popular Beverage in America, Data Says The COVID-19 pandemic has shifted the way we consume a lot of basics, like baking ingredients, pet food, and even frozen foods. Now, new data reveals how one big beverage that had already been a favorite has grown even more popular—and maybe more necessary—in the past year. RELATED: 100 Easiest Recipes You Can Make A lot of recent trends (like yet another Starbucks supply shortage) have hinted that coffee was gaining some ground in the hearts and homes of Americans. But now it's been confirmed that coffee is currently the most popular beverage in America, with 60% of Americans choosing coffee each day as their most necessary drink—even more than tap water, according to...
    March 6, 2021 | 5:00 am In Mexico, it is necessary to work an average of 9 hours and 53 minutes a month to pay for the cheapest broadband internet connection. This despite occupying the fifth place of the countries in Latin America with the cheapest fixed and mobile internet services in the region, according to the Report on Measurement of the Information Society of the International Telecommunications Union (ITU) of 2018. Mexico is positioned within the five countries that must work the most hours per month to pay for the cheapest internet service, only below countries such as Bangladesh, Colombia and Kenya, according to an analysis by Statista. In the case of Colombia, it takes 11 hours and 5 minutes of work per month to be able to afford an internet service of the cheapest, a time that is far from the 33 hours and 42 minutes required by the African country that leads the ranking . In contrast, there are several first world countries that do not even reach the monthly working hour to be able to...
    Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images After a raft of violations, Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi announced that members of Congress will be fined up to $10,000 for flouting metal detectors and other security measures in the House of Representatives chamber. Led by QAnon believer Rep. Lauren Boebert, several Republican House members have been pushing past Capitol Police after setting off the chamber’s metal detectors or skirting them altogether. And according to Pelosi, they’ve also been verbally abusing officers attempting to enforce those security measures. Consequently, Pelosi announced Wednesday night that the House will be passing a rule imposing stiff fines on members who violate security measures, and specifying that the fines will be deducted directly from the member’s pay (press release via email to Mediaite): Pelosi Statement Announcing Rule Change Mandating Fines for Refusing to Follow New Chamber Security Screening Protocols Washington, D.C. – Speaker Nancy Pelosi today announced that, when returning to session on January 21, the House will vote on a rule change mandating fines for Members who refuse to follow new screening protocols for House Chamber: “On behalf of...
    After navigating the longest of slogs, the most turbulent of times, Stanford and Cal are just weeks away from the start of a season that once seemed unlikely. The ancient rivals have one more step to take. It doesn’t require a vote of the Pac-12 CEO. It doesn’t require approval from state or local health authorities. It can be done quickly and efficiently but must be done together. They need to change the location of Big Game. This year’s edition is scheduled for Berkeley on Nov. 27, the day after Thanksgiving. The schools should move it to Stanford. They should take advantage of the pandemic to end the tradition of playing Big Game in Memorial Stadium in even years and in Stanford Stadium in odd years. That rotation doesn’t work for either team, their fans or their budgets. It creates an imbalance in the home schedules when combined with the current division lineups, the cross-division rotation with the Los Angeles schools and Stanford’s annual date with Notre Dame. Excluding the Arizona and Mountain teams, which play the Bay Area teams...
              The Davidson County Election Commission cancelled a previously scheduled meeting that was to be held on Tuesday in a notice published Monday on the Metro Nashville Government’s website. Individual election commissioners and members of Nashville Mayor John Cooper’s office did not return requests for comment Monday. Metro Legal Director Bob Cooper also did not reply to our messages Monday. Election Administrator Jeff Roberts, though, said the agenda for the now cancelled meeting was a light one. “The only thing that we had on the agenda for tomorrow’s meeting was my report on the status of the November election so we decided to cancel the meeting,” Roberts said. “I’ll just be sending that [report] around by email.” The Tennessee Star asked Roberts whether officials cancelled because of the revelations in the article, “Metro Nashville’s Claim of Election Commission ‘Non-Ministerial Role’ to Keep Property Tax Off Ballot Contradicted by 2004 Tennessee Supreme Court Decision: No Legal Authority to Question Constitutionality”, published in The Star early Monday morning: The 2004 Tennessee Supreme Court decision in City of...
    “I would put it to a stop – I would listen to the scientists,” the Democratic candidate said this weekend in his first joint interview with his running mate Kamala Harris. “For the country to continue to function and move, for the economy to develop and for people to have jobs, we must get rid of the virus,” Joe Biden said on the ABC channel. The American president has been trying for a long time to revive the American economy, in a context of strong cleavage between the two presidential candidates, just over two months before the election in early November. “Joe Biden has said he will shut the country down again. It’s madness! We have record job growth and a booming stock market, but Joe would end it all and shut everything down. C ‘is ridiculous! “, reacted Monday Donald Trump via Twitter.
    China is one of the most important countries in which Apple is present, and as such, the perception of its users is essential for the company. In order to connect better with them, from Cupertino they strive to be part of their day to day, and even their festivities, as is the case of the next special activity challenge that will take place on August 8. A challenge created on the occasion of National Sports Day in the Asian country. This challenge is already a habit for users, who for the third time will have the opportunity to get a special achievement, but this year it takes on a special meaning. During confinement, the population has had to change his habits radically, and now it is necessary to encourage the practice of sport. Although always under the strictest security measures, following the government’s recommendations at all times. In order to access this challenge, as reported by ., it will be necessary to have our watch configured with China as the main region, since it is an exclusive challenge for this...
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