Prince William says he felt ‘pain like no other’ after Diana’s death

London (CNN)Prince William has opened up about the loss of his mother, Princess Diana, saying he felt “pain like no other” after her death in a car accident in 1997. “But otherwise, we’ve got to relax a little bit, and be able to talk about our emotions, because we’re not robots.” The Duke called for greater openness on emotional well-being while speaking with soccer players Peter Crouch, Danny Rose, Thierry Henry, Jermaine Jenas, and England manager Gareth Southgate, as part of the BBC’s “Royal Team Talk” film on mental health. He was 15 when his mother, Diana, Princess of Wales, was killed in a car crash in Paris while her driver fled pursuing paparazzi. In recent years, both William and …

Trump Addresses NYT Deutsche Bank Story In Series Of Tweets

in response to New York Times reporting that Deutsche Bank anti-money laundering specialists recommended that multiple transactions associated with Trump and his son-in-law, Jared Kushner, be flagged to federal authorities. The Times and others have reported the bank was the “only mainstream financial institution consistently willing to do business” with Trump due to his repeated defaults. Download

Joe Biden Shrugs Off Controversy In Debut Trip To New Hampshire

As he has in other states, Biden cast himself as the experienced statesman best equipped to defeat President Donald Trump, restore the country’s “basic bargain” of economic fairness and heal the country’s divisions. I feel like the country is broken right now. And we need somebody who can win and then heal it. Mindy Musumeci Friday story in Reuters in which his advisers discussed his plans to seek a “middle ground” on climate change. Biden argued, with ample evidence, that he was an early “leader” on climate change but did not specifically refute the claim that his policy plans would be tempered to win over skeptical voters in industrial states with large fossil fuel industries. “I got made fun of because …

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 …

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 …

Grateful Parkland Students Honor Therapy Dogs With Yearbook Page

Parkland, Florida, created a yearbook page of furry portraits to honor the 14 therapy and service dogs that helped them get through the aftermath of last year’s horrific mass shooting.  Aerie yearbook for therapydogprincess.” Schooner Davis wore a dapper bow(wow) tie for picture day. fatally shot 17 people on campus on Feb. 14 last year. The suspected shooter, a former student, has The first official therapy dog at the school was a Bernese mountain mix named River. School library media specialist Diana Haneski, who Sun Sentinel tweet about the dogs were touched — but also saddened that they were even needed in the first place as the number of shootings in U.S. schools continues to climb. REAL LIFE. REAL NEWS. REAL VOICES. …

Trump Pardons Pat Nolan, Ex-GOP Lawmaker Nabbed In FBI ‘Shrimpscam’ Sting

Announcing the pardon on Wednesday, the White House praised Nolan for his “tireless” advocacy for criminal justice reform and victims’ rights. It was the second pardon of the day issued by Trump, who earlier Nolan expressed his gratitude for Trump’s pardon in a tweet. Nolan, who served as the leader of the Republican minority in the state assembly from 1984 to 1988, was nabbed in an FBI bribery sting dubbed “Shrimpscam” after he was secretly videotaped accepting two $5,000 checks from an undercover FBI agent. Nolan was later charged on six counts including racketeering, extortion and money laundering. To avoid the risk of a longer sentence, he pleaded guilty to one count of racketeering and ended up serving 25 months …

Public transport abuse ‘all too common’

Media playback is unsupported on your device Media captionThe 15-minute ordeal was captured on camera A woman sexually harassed on a tram said the abuse, which she filmed and posted on social media, was “all too common”. Journalist Charlotte Green tweeted a clip of the ordeal on a Metrolink service between Oldham and Manchester’s Exchange Square. It shows a man making lewd comments and sexual gestures before threatening a passenger who tried to intervene. Ms Green, 26, said the system needed to change. The harassment took place on Monday at about 20:00 BST on the East Didsbury line as Ms Green made her way home from work. It lasted about 15 minutes. Image copyright Charlotte Green Image caption Charlotte Green …

HS2 needs major rethink, say peers

But it said the scheme had put too much emphasis on cutting journey times and not enough on the economic impact on regions. Minister promises no ‘betrayal’ over HS2 High speed rail ‘will benefit Scotland’ It said the first phase of the project offered “little benefit” to northern cities, despite them being in most need of better rail infrastructure. And it said the second phase, which would improve journey times between Leeds and Sheffield, risked never going ahead because of spending overruns. “The northern sections of High Speed 2 must not be sacrificed to make up for overspending on the railway’s southern sections,” said Lord Forsyth, who chairs the committee. Cost control The report called for the Northern Powerhouse Rail …

Government warned over Brexit ferry payout

Scrapped Brexit ferry deals to cost millions Ferry case adds to list of Grayling mishaps The Eurotunnel case was brought after the government handed out three contracts worth more than £100m in total to Brittany Ferries, DFDS, and Seaborne Freight in December. These were to provide additional freight capacity on ferry services between Britain and mainland Europe in the event that a no-deal Brexit led to disruption at UK ports. The awards were not subject to a full public procurement process, which the DfT said was justified by “reasons of extreme urgency brought about by events unforeseen by the contracting authority”. Related Topics Ferries Dover Chris Grayling Brexit Original Article : HERE ; This post was curated & posted using …

Fresh faces on stage at the TV industry’s upfronts this week

New York (CNN Business)A version of this article first appeared in the “Reliable Sources” newsletter. You can sign up for free right here. Brian Lowry emails: NBC’s three-year renewal of “This is Us” was one of the highlights of the network’s upfront announcement on Sunday, in advance of the formal presentation at Radio City on Monday. NBC called the deal “unprecedented” — which it isn’t, as anyone who remembers “Lost” can attest — but it IS emblematic of what’s become a play-it-safe approach, where stability is prized above all… >> NBC Entertainment co-chair George Cheeks, meanwhile, seemed to acknowledge the somewhat diminished role the broadcasters will occupy this week during a conference call, noting that there would be much discussion …