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US President Donald Trump confirms latest China tariffs set for Sunday are still “on”. He was speaking to reporters as he left the South Lawn of the White House for Camp David. SOUNDBITE

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Researchers in Israel say they have pinpointed the site of an ancient Philistine town mentioned in the biblical tale of David seeking refuge from the Israelite king Saul. Ziklag was a town under the rule of a Philistine king in nearby Gath after the ancient “sea peoples” began arriving in the region in the 12th century BC, the researchers say.

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Michael B. Jordan: boxing clever

(22 Nov 2018) Michael B. Jordan on getting in shape to take on Victor Drago in “Creed II”: “I didn’t want it to be a David and Goliath thing.” (Nov. 22)

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Paris Hilton struts runway as Cruella De Vil in The Blonds show

(9 Sep 2018) David and Phillipe Blond, known for their edgy, provocative lines, collaborated with Disney to merge wicked with sleek at New York Fashion Week. Paris Hilton joined the villainous ranks of Ursula, Maleficent and more, as Cruella de Vil. (Sept. 9)

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This Pit Crew Member Got Hit By A Race Car — Why He Still Loves His Job

When you watch an Indy Series race, the dangers of being a race car driver are clear–one wrong move can send them crashing into a wall, or another car. But what about the team members in the pit lane? Between dodging race cars and handling extremely flammable fluids, their jobs involve some serious risks. But they’re pretty excited too. David “Rotor” Lehman reveals why he loves being part of the pit crew.

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David “Rotor” Lehman: Even after being nailed by the car, I’m not gonna stop. If I get hurt enough, maybe that’ll deter me from being so enthusiastic about it, but until that day comes, it’s still the coolest thing I could possibly think of going and doing on a Sunday.

It’s fun, and it’s fun to be a part of the race ’cause if we screw it up, we screw up where the car finishes essentially. So it makes it that much more fun ’cause you’re actually part of it. It’s not just the driver at that point. The crew has a say-so in what’s going on.

What does it take to be that guy? Bottom line, it takes dedication, concentration, obviously the will to put yourself in that kind of harm’s environment and being able to handle, let’s call it, high-pressure environments. That’s a good way to describe that.

I wear a heart monitor, and you’re totally calm and cool as a cucumber and then when you know you’re 10 seconds out, your heart rate increases. It’s crazy. And you get done and you’re pretty high for, you know, 40 seconds, then you come back down to reality, like okay, that was it. Now we wait around for the next one, ha.

Everybody’s kind of at risk, for sure. The fue ler especially is at risk ’cause he’s got a big giant fuel hose in his hand that’s pumping a lot of gallons per second and if that malfunctions and breaks, he’s gonna be doused in a very flammable liquid and has the potential to go up in flames. It’s happened before. Inside front, me, I’m in a prime position to be hit by the car, for sure because I’ve got a wall behind me and nowhere to go, essentially. So if the driver screws up coming into the box, normally, I can get pummeled pretty well. No one’s safe.

It was our first stop of the race. Kyle was a rookie this year. He just made a small mistake and locked up and basically, once the car was 10, 12 feet away from me, like, I knew it was coming. And in the video, you can see me kind of hesitate a little bit, but car made contact. I instantly stood up, I didn’t feel anything was wrong, and we finished the pit stop and that was it. Once I got over the wall, then reality kind of set in, like, wow, you know, I just got hit by the car. Medical came over and made sure I was okay. Then team management made sure I was all right. Indy Car made sure I was okay. I felt fine, I stayed in it. I didn’t wanna stop, it’s the Indy 500.

I think you just have to, you have to keep it in the back of your head. You know, I know there’s people out there that have done this for years that have never been hurt and that’s a good thing. And then I’ve worked with people who have been severely hurt to the point where three years later, they’re still doing rehab and reconstructive surgeries and pins and screws and they’re not going over the wall anymore, they don’t want to.

If we do three pit stops in a race, and the race is two and a half hours long, that that 30 seconds of work that we did throughout the race is worth every ounce of stress and frustration and being tired and long hours and this and that. That 30 seconds is totally worth everything.

In Bosnia, a young man’s death stirs protests

For the past three months people have been gathering daily in the small Bosnian city of Banja Luka to demand “justice and truth” regarding the death of a young Serbian man, David Dragicevic, whose body was found in a stream in March. Police initially said his death was an accident, but David’s family has cried foul, unleashing a wave of protest unseen in Bosnia since 2014.

Parkland Book A Gripping Account Of Shooting

Parkland shooting survivor David and Lauren Hogg’s book offers a gripping account of the massacre that killed 17 and a behind the scenes look at the movement that mobilized hundreds of thousands to rally for gun reform. (June 19)

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Clooneys, Beckhams arrive for royal wedding

George and Amal Clooney and David and Victoria Beckham arrive for the wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle (May 19)

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TX Woman Who Killed Husband With Car Set Free

A woman who fatally ran over her husband outside a hotel after finding him with his mistress has been freed from a Texas prison. Clara Harris, a former dentist, served 15 years for murder in the 2002 death of her husband, David. (May 11)

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Has The Euro Failed As A Currency?

Business Insider spoke with Dharshini David, economist, broadcaster, and author of “The Almighty Dollar.”
David talked about why the Euro hasn’t challenged the Dollar as an international currency, despite being used by more people than the American currency. She also talked about how the Yuan could become the world’s dominant currency.

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‘If stream runs dry, Nestle leaves’: Increased water extraction approved in Michigan despite outcry

There’s a David and Goliath battle playing out in the US state of Michigan. Despite widespread public opposition food giant Nestle is being allowed to extract more drinking water from the state’s groundwater table. It can now extract 1,500 litres per minute which is over 500 more than previously allowed. It has sparked huge concerns about the environmental consequences. READ MORE: https://on.rt.com/92no

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Beckhams front-row for star-studded Vuitton

In Paris, stars including David and Victoria Beckham, soccer star Neymar and actor James Marsden showed up for Kim Jones’ last show as artistic director of Louis Vuitton menswear, which featured runway turns from Kate Moss and Naomi Campbell. (Jan. 19)

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‘From successful businessman to US President’: Trump slams ‘Fire & Fury’ book as ‘art of fiction’

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Trump Heads to Camp David GOP Leadership Huddle

President Donald Trump will host top Congressional Republicans, Cabinet secretaries and aides at Camp David this weekend to discuss 2018 legislative priorities. (Jan. 5)

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Trump Says He is Not Firing Mueller

President Donald Trump Returned to the White House from Camp David on Sunday. He told reporters he’s not considering firing special counsel Robert Mueller. (Dec. 17.)

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Couple in “gay wedding cake” case say they felt “humiliated”

The United States Supreme Court will consider the case of a baker who refused to prepare a wedding cake for a same sex couple, which he felt was contrary to his religious beliefs. According to David and Charlie, the couple in question, “it is not about religious freedom or freedom of expression” but a case of discrimination where they were “publicly humiliated”.

Gold bay leaf from Napoleon’s crown to be sold at auction

A gold bay leaf that was created for Napoleon’s crown will go under the hammer on Nov. 19. The crown, worn by the emperor in the famous painting by Jacques-Louis David, was deemed too heavy by its wearer and six large leaves were removed as a result. When the crown was melted during the Restoration, this leaf survived to become a symbol of the Napoleonic period.

Abu Dhabi just opened their Louvre museum – take a look inside

Louvre Abu Dhabi just opened 10 years after the project was announced in 2007. The art museum, designed by French architect Jean Nouvel, cost over £1 billion to make.

Abu Dhabi is renting the name “Louvre” for 30 years andy paid France £399 million to do so.

They also loaned 300 artworks from France, which cost £571 million. Just like Paris, the museum has a Da Vinci portrait, “La Belle Ferronniere,” which is also on loan.

There are more than 620 pieces and artefacts on display including Degas, Van Gogh, Monet, and Picasso. There’s also a Napoleon painting from Jacques-Louis David.

Only 235 pieces are from the museum’s own collection. Loans come from 13 French museums like Pompidou, Musee d’Orsay, and Versailles.

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A $1 trillion money manager says the Trump Trade is back

Business Insider deputy executive editor Matt Turner speaks to David Hunt, president and CEO of PGIM, checks in on the so-called Trump trade, which he says lost its footing after an initial surge. He notes that the market was boosted in the first two quarters of the year by an improving economy, and says Trump trade “animal spirits” are coming back into the market. Following is a transcript of the video.

Matt Turner: And on the equity side, you said earlier in the year that the stock market had maybe gotten ahead of itself in terms of betting on the success of various administration policies that might give the economy a boost. Where are we now? Obviously, a lot has changed since last summer. It seems like things are changing every day. Where are we now?

David Hunt: So, it’s a very interesting thing in terms of the market sentiment. At the beginning of the year, there was without a doubt the famous Trump trade that came on, which was a belief in tax cuts, infrastructure, and deregulation as a package driving growth. We saw over the first quarter and second quarter, that trade really went to zero. I think the basic belief that that would happen diminished a great deal in investors minds. Of course, at the same time, the real economy — sort of in a different, parallel universe from politics — was doing even better, and so real growth rates were picking up and so a general belief that the economy was doing better began to take over market sentiment. And so I would say the market was driven higher by that belief, not really related to the Trump policies. Now in the last two weeks, we’ve started to see that shift again, and I do think that with the at least outline of a tax plan on the table, you’ve begun to see some of the earlier Trump trade animal spirit come back in. But for most of the year, I would say that really hasn’t been a factor in the markets.

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A $1 trillion money manager shares the key to US growth

Business Insider deputy executive editor Matt Turner speaks to David Hunt, president and CEO of PGIM, who says he thinks its economy is gradually improving, and sees a trend shifting towards corporate reinvestment in growth. Following is a transcript of the video.

Matt Turner: And when you look at the US, you mentioned bringing returns home, and part of that is that returns aren’t available in the US. So when you look at US markets, how do you see what’s going on? Are there any opportunities at home?

David Hunt: So, we absolutely believe that there are significant opportunities. And indeed, we believe that the US economy is in very good shape. We’ve actually recently upped some of our estimates for GDP growth. And we would say the US is growing faster than its real potential GDP, which ultimately leads to a bit of an uptick in inflation, but at the moment we remain pretty optimistic, and I would say the most important part of that optimism is based on — we see a return of business investment. Before, mostly it was on the consumer side, and businesses were leveraging but using a lot of that to buy back shares. In the last 18 months that dynamic has changed. Buybacks have come well down and we’re seeing real business investment into this country. And so, we like that story on the equity side. We like what a lot of that means for fixed income and higher-yielding fixed income, and we remain very constructive on most aspects of the real estate sector, maybe with retail as an exception.

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A $1 trillion money manager explains why stocks are fairly priced

Business Insider deputy executive editor Matt Turner speaks to David Hunt, president and CEO of PGIM, who says that on a forward P/E basis, the S&P 500 is fairly priced given the current low-interest rate environment. He says that his firm is constructive on equities at the moment.

Matt Turner: One of the research notes that I received this morning made the point that monetary policy is going to dominate stock trading for the near term. Do you agree with that? Or do you think there’s more to the story than that?

David Hunt: I think that there is quite a bit more to the story. There’s no question that at today’s valuation — so if you look at the S&P overall, forward PE’s are about 18.5, the long-term average is more like 15.5 — you could say that it looks a little bit rich. But at today’s interest rates, actually, it looks pretty fairly priced. But if we had a sudden rise in rates you would begin to think probably that the current prices are, without a doubt, a touch frothy. But we would not say that’s the base case. We actually think the base case is that we’re quite constructive on equities at the moment, but we do think that the risks of a gradual normalization remain around the balance sheet of the Fed.
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VICE News Tonight: The Right To Be Counted (Full Segment)

This segment originally aired Oct. 21, 2016, on VICE News Tonight on HBO

“I, David Rector, want my voting rights restored immediately,” Rector told VICE News correspondent Caroline Modarressy-Tehrani with the help of a computer-assisted voice.
In 2009, Rector suffered a brain injury that left him unable to move or speak. After his fiancé Roz Alexander Kasparik asked to be appointed as Rector’s legal guardian, they learned that meant relinquishing Rector’s right to vote. “David screamed,” Kasparik said.

There are 7 states where requiring a legal guardian because you’re disabled means losing your right to vote, and most others do not explicitly safeguard the voting rights of disabled citizens. Rector and Kasparik immediately began working to restore his voting rights.

“I think putting the burden on somebody with a disability to prove that they can vote is not only cruel and illogical, but I believe that it violates the Americans with Disabilities Act,” disability rights attorney Thomas Coleman said. “If somebody can express a desire to vote, they have a right to vote.”

Rector delivered a letter stating he wanted his voting rights restored to the San Diego Superior Court in August. A week later, he got his right to vote back.

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