Deutsche Bank staff saw suspicious Trump and Kushner activity report

In explosive New York Times report on Russia-linked bank, fired employee says nothing happened after she raised concerns Several financial moves by legal entities controlled by Donald Trump and Jared Kushner between 2016 and 2017 triggered suspicious activity alerts inside Deutsche Bank, a major lender to the Trump family, according to a report in the New York Times. $300m still outstanding. In the House of Representatives, Democrats have been drilling into the link between the Trump Organization and Deutsche Bank. Last month two committees financial services and intelligence counter-attacked by launching a lawsuit against Deutsche Bank in an attempt to stop it complying with the subpoenas. The lawsuit claimed the demand for documents amounted to harassment of the president and …

Woodstock 50 Is Going To Be The Next Fyre Festival Betches

Despite how many influencers go to Coachella every year, the original Woodstock is still the most iconic music festival of all time. In August 1969, over 400,000 people made their way to upstate New York for a music festival that would be a defining moment in the counterculture generation. Over the years, there have been various revivals of the Woodstock festival, and this year, to celebrate the 50th anniversary of Woodstock, is going to be the biggest of them all: Woodstock 50. Well, it’s supposed to be the biggest, but right now it’s looking like a total sh*tshow. Let’s examine what’s going on with what may end up being the Fyre Festival of upstate New York. Earlier this year, Michael …

Areas Surrounding The Notre Dame Are Now Saturated With Unsafe Levels Of Lead

The areas closest to the recently burned Notre Dame are closed due to unsafe levels of lead contamination reaching between 32 and 65 times the limit recommended by French health authorities of 0.3 grams per kilogram, reports the Associated Press. France banned the use of lead in paints in 1948 but the 12th-century cathedral’s roof and infrastructure largely consisted of the toxic chemical element. The roof of the cathedral melted, releasing high levels of lead that may have made its way to the outside plaza, homes, buildings, and adjacent roads. Additionally, hundreds of tons of lead were used in the construction of the cathedral’s frame and the church spire that collapsed during the fire, the Weather Channel reports. Two weeks following the …

Alyssa Milano proposed a sex strike to protest restrictive abortion laws but it kind of misses the point.

Alabama and Georgia have passed restrictive and possibly illegal abortion laws, and, no surprise, a lot of people are upset about it. Many Hollywood productions that shoot in Georgia are departing from the state in protest. Jordan Peele and J.J. Abrams announced they will continue to shoot Lovecraft Country in Georgia, but the money they earn from the show will go straight to two charities working to overturn the law. But actress Alyssa Milano, who shoots Insatiable in Georgia, came up with probably the most attention-grabbing (and kind of problematic) way to protest the law. She called for a sex strike. Georgia’s new law forbids abortion when a heartbeat is detected, roughly six weeks into a pregnancy. Legal abortions after …

5 Things Men Need To Stop Doing In Bed Betches

Ever since I was old enough to subscribe to women’s magazines, I have had mixed feelings about them. While I am a believer in self-improvement, the barrage of articles telling me I should change or improve some aspect of myself made me feel inadequate. Never was this feeling more acute than after reading the sex tips offered by these magazines. I thought I was doing just fine in this area and had never received a bad review, but if these magazines were to be believed, I would need to stand on my head and breathe through my nose while blindfolded in order to really impress in the bedroom. I’m all for keeping things exciting, especially in the context of a …

Morrison thanks Australians for surprise election victory

Speaking after a congratulatory phone call from President Donald Trump on Sunday morning, 51-year-old Morrison says he’s thankful to live in “the greatest country in the world,” and thankful to Australians for reelecting him. He says he’ll start forming his new government on Monday. Labor meanwhile will start looking for a new leader after Bill Shorten resigned following six years as head of the party. Trending in World Original Article : HERE ; This post was curated & posted using : RealSpecific

Airport delays due to fuel problem

The airport, which is still open, urged people to check with their airline for information and updates. Skip Twitter post by @bondy_2612 Head scratching, people sat everywhere!! Manchester airport. No fuel but plenty of beer!! I think air con must run on fuel because its getting warm. pic.twitter.com/KCWfo2vuyW — Craig Bond (@bondy_2612) May 19, 2019 Passengers said they had been stuck on grounded planes for two to three hours. The airport said of the 87 flight cancellations, 42 were arrivals and 45 were departures. A spokesman said it “remains operational as not all flights are impacted, and passengers are advised to speak to their airline for specific flight information”. Report End of Twitter post by @manairport Ian Thornley, 29, had …

Male Animals May Use STIs To Improve Their Mating Chances

It sounds completely counter-intuitive, but some male animals may get such a benefit from having, and transmitting, sexually transmitted infections (STIs) their immune systems are dialed down to increase their chances of catching something. In case any readers are reconsidering their sex lives, it’s worth stressing this phenomenon has yet to be confirmed and is unlikely to occur in humans. According to one evolutionary model, males maximize their chances of passing on genes through indiscriminate sex. “For females, it often pays to be a bit more choosey,” Dr Meghan Head of the Australian National University said in a statement. “Producing eggs can be quite taxing, and they have to invest a lot more time and effort after they’re fertilized as well.” …

Judge In Bill Cosby Case Disputes Appeal, Points To Comedian’s ‘Signature’ Crime

Bill Cosby’s criminal case said he let five other accusers testify at the sex-assault trial because their accounts had “chilling similarities” that pointed to a “signature” crime. convicted Cosby of drugging and sexually assaulting Andrea Constand in 2004, after hearing from her and the five others. Cosby, 81, is appealing his conviction based on the women’s testimony and other key rulings by Montgomery County Judge Stephen O’Neill. three- to 10-year prison term in September at a state prison near Philadelphia. “In each instance, (he) met a substantially younger woman, gained her trust, invited her to a place where he was alone with her, provided her with a drink or drug, and sexually assaulted her once she was rendered incapacitated,” O’Neill …

Mom with sleep disorder claims she once unknowingly purchased a full-sized basketball court

Kelly Snipes, 37, said that she had a history of sleepwalking as a child, but her symptoms became more severe after the birth of her first child. (SWNS) “I didn’t feel like I could be a mom or a wife,” she told SWNS. After being turned away from several doctors, Snipes wrote directly to two consultants who took on her case. She was reportedly diagnosed with obstructive sleep apnea and parasomnia. Sleep apnea is a potentially serious disorder but not relatively uncommon. It causes breathing to repeatedly stop and start in patients during sleep, disrupting the sleep pattern and causing exhaustion in patients. The second diagnosis, parasomnia, refers to abnormal things that can happen to people while they sleep, apart …

Mom with sleep disorder claims she once unknowingly purchased a full-sized basketball court

Kelly Snipes, 37, said that she had a history of sleepwalking as a child, but her symptoms became more severe after the birth of her first child. (SWNS) “I didn’t feel like I could be a mom or a wife,” she told SWNS. After being turned away from several doctors, Snipes wrote directly to two consultants who took on her case. She was reportedly diagnosed with obstructive sleep apnea and parasomnia. Sleep apnea is a potentially serious disorder but not relatively uncommon. It causes breathing to repeatedly stop and start in patients during sleep, disrupting the sleep pattern and causing exhaustion in patients. The second diagnosis, parasomnia, refers to abnormal things that can happen to people while they sleep, apart …

A Fatal Tesla Autopilot Crash, Rising Methane Levels, and More News

A cruise in a self-driving Tesla turned deadly, the air taxi of the future has taken flight, and climate change is speeding up. Here's the news you need to know, in two minutes or less. Today's Headlines A new report on a fatal Tesla crash looks grim A new report from the National Transportation Safety Board reveals that a Tesla crash in March marked the fourth person to die in an Autopilot-related incident. The car hit a truck on the highway while driving itself, sheering the roof off the car and killing the driver—a crash that was eerily similar to an earlier one in May 2016. Yet Tesla CEO Elon Musk continues to promise that Tesla cars will be fully …

Everything We Know About The College Admissions Scandal Part TWO! – Perez Hilton

Way back on March 12 (seems like forever ago, doesn’t it?), news broke that more than four dozen rich and high-profile people had been indicted by the federal government on charges including wire fraud, mail fraud, bribery, conspiracy, and a whole host of other allegations. It rocked the internet, and quickly after the entertainment industry, as it was soon revealed that Lori Loughlin and Felicity Huffman Macy were among those indicted on bribery and fraud charges. For days it seemed like the scandal — in which parents of soon-to-be college students allegedly bribed athletic department officials across the country to accept their kids as phony athletic recruits — was all anyone could talk about! And while it certainly hasn’t fallen out of …

Electric ‘flying taxi’ prototype unveiled by German start-up

Lilium says electric jet-powered five-seater aircraft could be in service by 2025 A new flying taxi has been unveiled by German start-up Lilium, which claims the vertical take-off craft could be the basis for an on-demand air service within six years. The electric jet-powered five-seater aircraft is designed to travel up to 300km, a journey that would take it an hour at top speed. While a app-based air taxis in multiple cities by 2025. The latest iteration, with room for a pilot and four passengers, will be the template for Liliums mass production model. With sufficient economy of scale, Lilium believes fares would be around $70 (55) per head for a cross-city hop from, for example, JFK airport to Manhattan. …