TV tonight: ‘Dancing With the Stars’ crowns its winner

TV picks for Tuesday, Nov. 21 WATCH THIS: “NCIS” (8 p.m., CBS): The team’s Thanksgiving plans are put on hold while they track an elusive international arms dealer in D.C. who recently murdered an MI6 officer who was Sloane’s close friend. Also, Abby races Delilah (Margo Harshman) to the hospital when her labor starts three weeks early. “The Middle” (8 p.m., ABC): Axl heads to Chicago to visit Hutch but discovers that his friend, who has his own apartment and a job, is now acting more like a responsible adult than the free-spirited college student he once knew. Meanwhile, Sue’s excitement over having the apartment to herself turns to horror… Read More

Continue Reading

Horoscopes: Nov. 21, 2017

CELEBRITIES BORN ON THIS DAY: Carly Rae Jepsen, 32; Jena Malone, 33; Michael Strahan, 46; Goldie Hawn, 72. Happy Birthday: The past will be prominent in decisions you make this year. Reconnect with old friends or colleagues and consider the ways you have been accustomed to doing things and how you can make progress using new technology in the future. Your willingness to try something new and combine it with your tried-and-true methods will prove to be valuable. Your numbers are 5, 17, 21, 26, 33, 44, 47. ARIES (March 21-April 19): Your ability to pick up new skills and knowledge as you go will help you stay on top.… Read More

Continue Reading

Why Democrats Must Regain the Trust of Religious Voters

Democrats ignored broad swaths of religious America in the 2016 election campaign and the nation has suffered because of it. Yet calls for a recommitment to faith outreach—particularly to white and other conservative or moderate religious voters—have been met in some corners of liberal punditry with a response as common as it is unwarranted. Some quarters of the Democratic party would rather maintain rhetorical and ideological purity than win with a more inclusive coalition. For the sake of the country, the party must turn back to people of faith. We know faith outreach works, because it has worked before. In 2005, after the reelection of a president many Democrats believed… Read More

Continue Reading

Champions League: Spurs star Dele Alli told to behave against Dortmund

Description Tottenham and England midfielder Dele Alli Credits Mike Hewitt/Getty Images Alt Text Dele Alli Spurs Champions League Referee Clement Turpin reported the England midfielder for middle finger gesture Preview Tuesday, November 21, 2017 – 10:46am Borussia Dortmund vs. Tottenham Hotspur Tottenham midfielder Dele Alli has been warned to behave in tonight’s Champions League clash against Borussia Dortmund. See related Tottenham 3 Real Madrid 1: Spurs now one of Europe’s best, says Pochettino Champions League: Steven Gerrard tips Man City to be kings of Europe The fixture in Germany will be officiated by Clement Turpin, the referee who reported Alli to Fifa for a middle finger gesture the England man… Read More

Continue Reading

‘Is this South Korea?’: North Korean defector was reportedly unsure of location, wanted Korean music

A North Korean soldier who defected was reportedly unsure he was in South Korea.After getting confirmation, he asked if he could listen to South Korean music.South Korean officials are exploring the possibility that the defector may have been influenced by the country’s propaganda. A North Korean defector receiving medical care at a South Korean hospital made an … …read more Source:: AOL.com

Continue Reading

Microsoft is experimenting with making Windows 10 search more Apple-like

Microsoft appears to be testing a new Windows 10 search user interface that floats across the screen. Italian blog Aggiornamenti Lumia discovered the new search interface in the latest test build of Windows 10 (17040) released last week. The new look replaces the Cortana interface for now, and could be a sign Microsoft is looking to improve its keyboard-based searching. A floating search bar includes the same results you’d find in the Start Menu or from the Cortana search bar in the current taskbar on Windows 10. The search bar can also be activated using the Windows+S shortcut, and it looks very similar to the macOS Spotlight search interface. While… Read More

Continue Reading

Mel, Sue and Mary ‘abandoned’ Bake Off says Paul Hollywood

Credits Channel 4 Alt Text Channel 4’s relaunch of the Great British Bake Off Current judge says he became ‘most hated man in Britain’ when he moved with show to Channel 4 One-Minute Read Tuesday, November 21, 2017 – 11:02am Paul Hollywood, judge of The Great British Bake Off, has accused his former colleagues on the BBC of abandoning the show. See related Tottenham 3 Real Madrid 1: Spurs now one of Europe’s best, says Pochettino Champions League: Steven Gerrard tips Man City to be kings of Europe Mary Berry, along with presenters Mel Giedroyc and Sue Perkins, left the programme when it was announced it was moving to Channel… Read More

Continue Reading

State Dept. revolt: Tillerson accused of violating U.S. law on child soldiers

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – A group of about a dozen U.S. State Department officials have taken the unusual step of formally accusing Secretary of State Rex Tillerson of violating a federal law designed to stop foreign militaries from enlisting child soldiers, according to internal government documents reviewed by Reuters. … …read more Source:: AOL.com

Continue Reading

Conservative whips have reportedly launched a secret petition to undermine their own chancellor

Conservative whips are lobbying against Philip Hammond, The Times reported. He is under pressure not to relax planning laws from his own party’s MPs. The move is reportedly to stop high-risk ideas being announced that could be defeated in a parliamentary vote. LONDON — Conservative whips have reportedly launched secret petitions amongst their MPs to undermine the chancellor and prevent him from announcing ideas in Wednesday budget that could face defeat in parliament. Tory MPs have been asked to sign a private petition calling for planning laws not to be relaxed to allow for more housebuilding, which was then shown to the Treasury, according to The Times newspaper. Philip Hammond,… Read More

Continue Reading