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Double Dutch: Netherlands star Kiki Bertens wins St. Petersburg Open for second straight year


Preview Dutch tennis ace Kiki Bertens has defended her title at the WTA St. Petersburg Open, defeating Elena Rybakina of Kazakhstan in straight sets 6:1, 6:3. Read Full Article at RT.com Číst dále >>> Přeložit do en

Japan: Bus carrying passengers from quarantined Diamond Princess departs terminal


Subscribe to our channel! rupt.ly/subscribe A bus carrying passengers who were aboard the quarantined Diamond Princess cruise ship in Yokohama was seen leaving the cruise terminal on Sunday, amid an ongoing coronavirus outbreak on the ship. Footage shows the bus leaving, where the driver can be seen in full protective gear and the heads of passengers can be seen behind. Other Diamond Princess passengers can be seen waving from the cruise ship, and security and medical staff on land nearby. The vessel was quarantined when it arrived in Yokohama early last week after it emerged that some passengers who disembarked in Hong Kong last month tested positive for the flu-like respiratory illness, the novel coronavirus Covid-19. So far, 355 people from the ship have tested positive for the new virus that began in China, after 70 new cases were found on Sunday, February 16. The departure of cruise ship passengers from the terminal comes amid the expected evacuation of over 400 Americans who remain stranded onboard, which is also expected to occur later on Sunday. It remains unclear if those on the bus were some of those Americans, or other passengers. Video ID: 20200216-012 Video on Demand: https://ruptly.tv/videos/20200216-012 Contact: cd@ruptly.tv Twitter: http://twitter.com/Ruptly Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/Ruptly Číst dále >>> Přeložit do en

Shen Yun Receives a Hearty Welcome in the Heart of the Deep South


MOBILE, Ala.—Big hearts and deep feelings—the American South is known for both. So when Shen Yun Performing Arts came to Mobile, Alabama on Feb. 11, 2020, attorney and law firm owner Joseph Kulakowski recognized important aspects and principles in the performance that led him to one very important theory about the fate of the heartfelt […] Číst dále >>> Přeložit do en

Gov. Newsom Gives 10 Homeless Families Trailers, at Same Time Federal Help Arrives for California’s Homeless


Gov. Gavin Newsom announced that 10 travel trailers were being set up for homeless families in south Los Angeles on Feb. 13—the same day federal Housing and Urban Development (HUD) Secretary Ben Carson was in town to speak on the homelessness crisis and promise federal help. While the Trump Administration and Newsom have often been […] Číst dále >>> Přeložit do en

Arnold Schwarzenegger Thanks President Trump For Combating California Homelessness


Actor and former California Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger on Feb. 14 thanked President Donald Trump for his efforts to combat the homelessness crisis in the state. The former Republican governor has previously criticized the president on a number of issues, but on Friday thanked him for sending Housing and Urban Development Secretary Ben Carson to California to take […] Číst dále >>> Přeložit do en

Airplane asylum seekers hit new peak - 50,000 waiting to be deported


The number of asylum seekers who arrive by plane has reached a new peak in a flashpoint over border control, leaving Australia with almost 50,000 people who are yet to be deported after having their claims rejected. Číst dále >>> Přeložit do en

Mississippi Governor Declares State of Emergency Over Fears of Major Flooding


JACKSON, Miss.—Mississippi Gov. Tate Reeves declared a state of emergency Saturday amid predictions that a river running in the area around the state capital of Jackson could burst its banks and spark widespread flooding. Forecasters believe the Pearl River will crest at 38 feet Sunday evening to levels not seen in decades, following days of […] Číst dále >>> Přeložit do en

There is a Magic Show in the Land of Snakes BUT there is No Injustice Anywhere


When you think you are making no progress ... great strides are often being made that you are unaware of Číst dále >>> Přeložit do en

UK weather – Met Office issues ‘danger to life’ warnings as Storm Dennis threatens killer floods and 91mph winds


THE Met Office has issued ‘danger to life’ warnings as Storm Dennis continues to rage across the country. A rare red weather warning for rain has been issued for parts of Wales as dramatic images show the flooding fromStorm Dennis wrecking havoc. Follow our Storm Dennis live blog for all the latest news and updates The […] Číst dále >>> Přeložit do en

Why Joe Biden needs ‘a political miracle’ to stay in the race to face Trump


Why Joe Biden needs ‘a political miracle’ to stay in the race to face Trump Barack Obama’s vice-president is floundering in the Democratic primary, losing key support as vital votes loomLarry Sabato is an analyst, author and director of the Center for Politics at the University of Virginia. His students are currently embedded in various presidential campaigns. Two were working for Joe Biden in Iowa. Before caucus day, they texted Sabato to say they expected to lose badly.Sabato asked why. The answer: “No energy at all.”And so it proved. Biden, who was Barack Obama’s righthand man for eight years and long the Democrats’ national frontrunner to take on Donald Trump, trailed in fourth. A week later, he fled New Hampshire before the votes were even counted, to escape the public humiliation of finishing fifth.Now, in the words of one commentator, Biden “needs a miracle” to stay in the race. A man whose candidacy a year ago seemed to be predicated on his appeal to the white working class is depending on African American voters to rescue him from the oft-quoted maxim that all political lives end in failure. What went wrong?“I’ve watched Joe Biden since he was first elected [to the Senate] in 1972,” Sabato said. “He was full of energy and joking around and had a big personality but I don’t think anyone has associated the word ‘vision’ with Joe Biden. Democrats are looking for a vision; Biden’s vision is to go back to Obama’s policies. I understand it, but it doesn’t get you standing up and cheering.”The 77-year-old’s debate performances have failed to inspire and his rallies have drawn small crowds. His rally in Des Moines on the eve of the Iowa caucuses was in a more compact venue than Pete Buttigieg’s across the city and, while delivering a heartfelt critique of Trump, offered fewer policy specifics and generated less electricity.Sabato added: “People are charged up and incensed about Trump. But if you’re standing there talking and they go to sleep, it doesn’t suggest you’re the best one to beat Trump. People keep saying he’s lost a step or two but this is the same Joe Biden I remember from the 1970s. He’s a meanderer. Some speakers get you fired up but Joe’s not that.”> In Iowa I saw one of the most inferior ground games in politics. I have never seen anything so inept> > Moe VelaThere is a distinct whiff of déja vu. Biden’s first run for president fell apart in 1987 when he quoted British politician Neil Kinnock but forgot to credit him, prompting charges of plagiarism. His second attempt went off the rails in 2007 when he described Obama as “the first mainstream African American who is articulate and bright and clean and a nice-looking guy”. (His third-place finish in his home state, Delaware, remains his best performance in a primary.)The 2020 effort was meant to be different story with Biden, who served with distinction as Obama’s vice-president, cast as the antidote to Trump and restorer of normalcy. But he was poleaxed by Senator Kamala Harris of California in the first Democratic debate in June, when she challenged his past views on desegregated school busing.He fared little better in a debate in September when, asked about what responsibility Americans have to repair the legacy of slavery, he gave a rambling answer that included “make sure you have the record player on at night, make sure that kids hear words, a kid coming from a very poor school, a very poor background, will hear 4 million words fewer spoken by the time we get there.”Debates came and went. Trump’s attacks on Biden’s son, Hunter, over his business dealings in Ukraine generated media scrutiny, both fair and unfair, that in some minds may have planted seeds of doubt. In Iowa it was clear the Obama magic, which swept the caucuses in 2008, had not rubbed off on his running mate. The blame seemed to lie with both an underwhelming candidate and a poorly organised campaign.Moe Vela, who was director of administration and senior adviser to Biden at the White House, said: “In Iowa I saw one of the most inferior ground games in politics. I have never seen anything so inept. He’s not being served properly by his campaign.”Vela, now an LGBTQ and Latino activist and board director at TransparentBusiness, added: “He had been the front runner for so long that I think the campaign staff became complacent. You got a sense they were so busy talking about electability and pitting him against Trump they forgot they have to deal with these 15 people first. You could see this rude awakening in Iowa as the night was slipping away.”In New Hampshire, where Bi Číst dále >>>