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President criticises election of Manolova as Ombudsman

Friday, 31 July 2015 01:00 Written by
The election of the Bulgarian Socialist Party’s Maya Manolova continues to draw sharp criticism, including from head of state President Rossen Plevneliev, and has been cited by the Protest Network as among several reasons for its call for the National Assembly to resign to open the way for early parliamentary elections. Members of Parliament elected Manolova as Ombudsman by secret ballot
Congress leader Gurudas Kamat calls Smriti Irani 'bai'
Friday, 31 July 2015 00:52 Written by
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Philippine Leader Aquino Endorses Interior Secretary for President
Friday, 31 July 2015 00:49 Written by
MANILA—Philippine President Benigno Aquino on Friday endorsed fellow Liberal Party heavyweight Manuel Roxas as his favored candidate for next year’s presidential election, ending months of speculation. The term-limited Mr. Aquino billed Mr. Roxas as the continuity candidate in the May 2016 poll, backing him as the right person to carry forward the anticorruption agenda of his own administration, which is widely credited with having...
Austin Bain undergoes surgery
Friday, 31 July 2015 00:23 Written by
LSU pitcher Austin Bain, now a sophomore, had shoulder surgery and will miss fall practice, while left-hander Jake Latz has showed “encouraging” signs to returning, coach Paul Mainieri said Thursday. In introducing his 2015 signing class, Mainieri announced the news on his pair of significant hurlers. Bain, a Dutchtown graduate, started six games last season and finished with a 3.95 ERA. He was expected to compete for a starting spot next season. “We
IGNORING POLICY Dior under fire for using 14-year-old as main model
Friday, 31 July 2015 00:22 Written by
Not everyone adores Dior. The Christian Dior fashion label has come under fire for making a 14-year-old Israeli model, Sofia Mechetner, the face of their very adult brand, signing her to a $265,000 contract, and having her walk in a fashion show topless in a see-through gown. Critics claim the girl does not meet The Council of Fashion Designers of America’s age guidelines. Passed in 2007, the guidelines say
Hillary's Jet and Other Global Climate Phonies
Friday, 31 July 2015 00:20 Written by
When Hillary Clinton climbed the stairs to board her Dessault Falcon 900 B aircraft--which burns 347 gallons of fossil fuel an hour--on the heels of delivering a rousing speech on fighting global warming, the air suddenly became thick with hypocrisy. Twitter took note, with one Tweeter opining that "reducing your carbon footprint only applies to serfs not political royalty. #doublestandard." Well, Mrs. Clinton's transportation is definitely not econo-class. Mrs. Clinton's ride
Dupre gives Tigers another option
Friday, 31 July 2015 00:18 Written by
LSU players report for prseason camp Aug. 5, so we’re counting down with a daily series on things to watch: WHO’S INVOLVED: Malachi Dupre and Travin Dural THE SCOOP: Last year, Dural had 20 more catches and 450 more yards than the next LSU receiver. Malachi Dupre hopes to change that this go-round, and at least in spring ball, it appears the highly touted recruit from New Orleans is on the path
Bain undergoes surgery
Friday, 31 July 2015 00:18 Written by
LSU pitcher Austin Bain, now a sophomore, had shoulder surgery and will miss fall practice, while left-hander Jake Latz has showed “encouraging” signs to returning, coach Paul Mainieri said Thursday. In introducing his 2015 signing class, Mainieri announced the news on his pair of significant hurlers. Bain, a Dutchtown graduate, started six games last season and finished with a 3.95 ERA. He was expected to compete for a starting spot next season. “We
US Supreme Court Targets Death Penalty Case From 1998 Nine Mile Popeye’s Murder
Friday, 31 July 2015 00:16 Written by
July 31, 2015 The U.S. Supreme Court this fall will hear arguments in a challenge to the way Florida sentences people to death — a challenge backed by three former Florida Supreme Court justices and the American Bar Association. The case, which stems from the 1998 murder of a Nine Mile Road Escambia County fast-food worker, focuses on the role that juries play in recommending death sentences, which ultimately are imposed by judges.
Washington Examiner: With Reid idled, Congress is getting some things done
Friday, 31 July 2015 00:11 Written by
Yet the 114th Congress has been surprisingly productive — and more importantly, it holds forth great promise on such major issues as free trade, criminal justice reform and tax reform. And although not all of the developments are or will be positive, none of the problems stem from the kind of institutional dysfunction that plagued the previous Senate, especially. The classic but misleading metric for a Congress is the number of laws it enacts. This…
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