Of the 538 Electoral College votes total, West would already be missing out on 102 of those votes if he were to successfully make his way onto the ballot in other states – as the registration date has passed for North Carolina, Texas, New York, Maine, New Mexico and Indiana. … [Read more...] about EXCLUSIVE: Kim Kardashian is a brunette bombshell again after ditching red hair as she emerges for first time since Kanye’s claim he’s running for President
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'This country is doomed. I think it is a failed experiment. I don’t see us pulling ourselves out of this. I think we’re heading into either fascism or a dictatorship. I think Trump will win a second term, and I think I’ll move to Ireland.' she tells Variety. … [Read more...] about Janelle Monáe wants white people to ‘wake up’ amid the black lives matter movement as she covers Variety Power of Women issue
Hands off! What can we touch during the coronavirus outbreak? Can my dog infect me, or can I infect my dog? Experts consider the risk of pets being infected with the coronavirus to be very low. But they can't yet rule it out. The animals themselves show no symptoms, so they don't become ill. However, if they are infected, it is possible they could transmit coronaviruses via the air or via excretions (their poop). … [Read more...] about Coronavirus half a year on: What do we know so far?
Pao, a Chinese-American woman from New Jersey with degrees in engineering, law and business, is one of the most well-known female leaders in tech. In 2012, she launched a $16m gender discrimination lawsuit against her employer, the venture capital firm Kleiner Perkins, and lost. She then she took on a high-profile role as interim chief executive of the online message board Reddit, lasting a less than a year before she left following a torrent of criticism from its users. … [Read more...] about Ellen Pao takes on big tech: ‘They want to change the world, but what about changing your own company first?’
Conservatives For a former home secretary, Theresa May has few radical or tougher ideas for further criminal justice reform. Three existing forces are to be merged into a national infrastructure police force and the Serious Fraud Office taken into the National Crime Agency. Despite their lack of strong public mandate, elected police and crime commissioners would have their role extended with places on local health and wellbeing boards and more responsibility for budgets. Prison reform would go ahead, along with a new national community sentencing framework, which suggests an acknowledgement of some of the problems facing the probation service. “Dedicated provision” would be introduced for female offenders. Victims’ rights would be enshrined in law, making clear what they should expect from police, courts and the criminal justice system. … [Read more...] about A Lib Dem regulated market for cannabis – an expert view on the manifestos