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Month: February 2016

The British are waging a war on the U.K’s “Bedroom Penalty”
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The British are waging a war on the U.K’s “Bedroom Penalty”

LONDON --  When one first hears the term "Bedroom Tax" various things may come to mind, however, in  England and parts of the U.K -- "Bedroom Taxes" actually applies to when one has one  far to many spare bedrooms that aren't being used. Yes, that's right, you can be penalized for having so many rooms but not enough people to fill them. Here's why this is today's most important read.   Hundreds have argued that the erroneous "Bedroom Tax"  discriminates against women who have experienced domestic violence; disabled children, and parents seeking to care for their disabled children.    Numerous cases this week are set to be heard during court hearings, some of which, the government has reportedly spent upwards of £250,000 to ensure that the cases are brought to court. The cases were br...
Hillary Clinton shifting strategy to focus on Donald Trump
2016 Elections

Hillary Clinton shifting strategy to focus on Donald Trump

New polls out Monday paint an already obvious thing most know:  The 2016 Elections in the United States are shaping up to be a Donald v Hillary moment.  Just days after her win in South Carolina, and, less than one day before Super Tuesday ---  Hillary Clinton is reportedly hoping to shift her strategy towards her would-be November opponent Donald Trump. “I do believe that America remains great,” the Democratic presidential candidate said Sunday at a black church in Memphis, Tennessee, referring to Trump’s “Make America Great” slogan. “But,” she added, “what America needs to do now is become whole.” Earlier this year, Clinton made a public New Year's resolution to entirely stop engaging with Trump, the likely GOP presidential nominee. Now,  as Clinton's top advisers appear to be acce...
Hot This Week: Spy agencies say  Clinton e-mails should have been classified as Top Secret
2016 Elections

Hot This Week: Spy agencies say Clinton e-mails should have been classified as Top Secret

While Hillary Clinton continues to ride high on that momentum out of South Carolina, this week, another hot story on Clinton is on the books.  Earlier this week, reports indicated that for the first time several U.S intelligence agencies reportedly claimed that most of the e-mails on Clinton's then unsecured e-mail server should have "indeed been classified as top secret". Business Insider notes that in at least 22 of the e-mails, Clinton, either "noted or discussed" at least partial classified information.     Sources told the American website that it was unclear if classified documents in full had ever made their way off of Clinton's server, which, has been a hot-button claim for Senate Republicans for weeks. Agency's reportedly discovered that at least a "handful" of the e-mails c...
UK has rising and shocking number of youngsters sacrificing their childhoods for this reason
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UK has rising and shocking number of youngsters sacrificing their childhoods for this reason

According to the Carer's Trust Society, some large 700,000 youngsters across the U.K are 'giving up their youth and childhoods" to care for the mentally ill; troubled, and addicted family members.  The report, exclusively seen by the New Day newspaper, notes that the rising number of kids as young as 8 taking care of adult responsibilities -- is jaw dropping. Execs at the Trust society reportedly told the newspaper of the findings in "hope that the government intervenes".  “Children as young as five are caring for sisters, brothers and parents, cleaning them, giving them medicine and having to miss school. “This is not acceptable. The Government must take responsibility for funds and services reaching and helping them Carer's Trust Society to the New Day Newspaper in response to ...
Stacey Dash ‘s awkward #Oscars appearance: WATCH
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Stacey Dash ‘s awkward #Oscars appearance: WATCH

And if you're as puzzled as we are, well, yeah. Oscar host Chris Rock, whom, is occasionally funny -- fell flat on his face this year with an unexpected guest.   Controversial Fox News host Stacey Dash, yes, Stacey Dash, suddenly appeared out of no where clad in a sparkly white gown -- with a one liner nobody saw coming: Happy Black History Month. The room fell silent. Watch the, er, weird joke at Us Weekly.  
Here are your 2016 Oscar Winners: Full List
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Here are your 2016 Oscar Winners: Full List

Chris Rock  interestingly kicked off the Oscars, to no surprise, addressing the #OscarsSoWhite problem. But, we won't discuss that here.   As for the winners, stay with us through the night, as we update the list.   Best Original Screenplay: Spotlight Best Adapted Screenplay: The Big Short Best Supporting Actress: Alicia Vikander, The Danish Girl Best Costume Design: Mad Max: Fury Road Best Production Design: Mad Max: Fury Road Best Makeup and Hairstyling: Mad Max: Fury Road Best Visual Effects: Ex Machina Best Animated Short: Bear Story (this was Chile's first Oscar ever) Best Animated Feature Film: Inside Out Best Supporting Actor: Mark Rylance, Bridge of Spies Best Documentary, Short Subject: A Girl in the River: The Price of Forgiveness Best Documentar...
Trump is trying to justify not releasing his tax returns
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Trump is trying to justify not releasing his tax returns

Donald Trump,  Donald Trump, Donald Trump -- that's the name nobody can apparently get off of their mind. The Republican front runner has been under increasing pressure in recent days to release his anticipated tax returns, however, there appears to be a little problem. According to Trump, he is "being audited and has been audited for the past 12 years" and that's why he can't yet release them. "No lawyer would ever allow you to release a tax return while you're being audited," the front-runner to be the Republican presidential nominee said in an interview Saturday on the Fox News Channel. "As soon as the audits are finished, I have no problem. There is no bombshell whatsoever." The weird thing? The IRS only actually audits typically for a period of three years in terms of suspicion ...
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Daily News is preparing to launch Daily News America — But needs your help

FORT LAUDERDALE, FL --  Daily News Online is preparing to launch its much anticipated  U.S flagship, but, needs your help to launch it.  We're hoping to raise at least $1,300 to help hire at least 4 people and  perfect the launch of our latest website.   We intend to commemorate our biggest donors with a 'Thank You" page on our website dedicated to those who helped our U.S flagship become a reality. The biggest donors of the bunch will be added as 'Namesakes"  to the U.S flagship to show our gratitude. All gifts  start as small as $10. [paypal_donation_button align="center" border="2" price="10"] We ask that anybody who donates also shoots off an e-mail to contact@bazaardaily.co.uk so we can send formal thank you letters. Here's what we want to do: We want to bring "The Dail...
Ex girlfriend of Kansas shooter charged in deadly shootout spree
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Ex girlfriend of Kansas shooter charged in deadly shootout spree

KANSAS --  According to officials, the ex-girlfriend of Kansas shooter  Cedric Ford has reportedly been charged with providing the now deceased shooter the weapons he reportedly used in the attacks that left numerous dead and at least 14 others injured. The Daily Mail reports that  Sarah J. Hopkins "knew he was a convicted felon and not allowed to have guns" but provided them to him anyway. Reports indicate that Sarah Jo Hopkins legally purchased a Glock Model 22-40 Caliber and an Ak-47 and provided them to Ford.  She has since been charged with the transferring of firearms to a convicted felon.   In case it couldn't get anymore interesting,  the couple reportedly had two children. Prosecutors allege that the reasoning behind the attack on Ford's place of employment, was, because he ...
Food Service Investigation Opened Into Lauderhill ‘s Inverrary Vacation Resort: Reports
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Food Service Investigation Opened Into Lauderhill ‘s Inverrary Vacation Resort: Reports

LAUDERHILL, FLORIDA -- Daily News Online has confirmed that a food service violation on behalf of the not-so-strongly reviewed Inverrary Vacation Resort has reportedly been opened. According to the Florida Division of Hotels and Restaurants  a case  was reportedly opened 26 2 2016 after a recent hotel guest reported "an infestation of cock roaches, and rats in the kitchen". Officials who spoke on the condition of anonymity confirmed that the report notes that the hotel "Knowingly served food to customers even while wait staff had discovered rats in the kitchen. Furthermore,  there were reports of numerous rooms with cockroach problems".  Daily News Online has not yet attempted to contact the hotel, as, we are awaiting more information from Florida officials. Per guests who spoke ...
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