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22 сентября, 02:01

Don't cut police anti-terror budget as threat grows, warns top officer

Neighbourhood policing provides ‘the intelligence crucial to preventing attacks’, says Sara ThorntonA senior police chief has criticised the government saying it wants to cut the money going to police to thwart terrorist plots.Sara Thornton, chair of the National Police Chiefs’ Council, said the cuts come at a time of unprecedented threat, with Britain having suffered five attacks in the past six months, with more feared. Continue reading...

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21 сентября, 12:54

Austen gets lost in Pascoe's Pride and Prejudice: is her novel unadaptable?

Standup Sara Pascoe’s scattershot production throws into relief how funny Elizabeth Bennet and co already were, without any need of updatingJane Austen gazes out from the £10 notes handed over for interval ice-creams. Or is she glaring? Her inscrutable expression is now printed on the currency that Austen’s despairing female protagonists were desperate to secure through marriage. These particular notes are changing hands at the Nottingham Playhouse, where yet another adaptation of Pride and Prejudice is being staged.Comedian Sara Pascoe is the latest to wrestle with the modern-day relevance of Austen’s marriage plotting. Out goes the Regency-era restraint, along with any shred of subtext. Using a play-within-a-play structure, this new version careers between a GCSE English cheat-sheet and an attempt at pithy contemporary critique. Continue reading...

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21 сентября, 11:00

How to make the perfect no-bake cheesecake

The perfect combination of rich-but-not-overly-so topping and crunchy base is very hard to get right. So what is the secret to this cheater’s cheesecake?When I was growing up in the 80s, cheesecake came in two varieties: half defrosted from a Sara Lee packet – for special occasions – or served (not quite often enough) in enormous refrigerated slabs at school.Both were topped with a vividly gloopy fruits-of-the-forest mix, but, where Sara’s was dense and painfully sweet, even to my eight-year-old palate, the redoubtable school meals supervisors, with their customary deft hands in the pudding department, always nailed the dish. I have no idea what they put in it (although the biscuit base may have been cobbled together from staffroom scraps), but, to this day, I have a fatal weakness for the set cheesecake over the far older baked variety. If I’m never allowed into the baked cheesecake’s spiritual home of New York again, in consequence, it will be well worth it. Continue reading...

20 сентября, 20:25

Here's Why You Should Hold Tyson Foods in Your Portfolio Now

Tyson Foods (TSN) has been gaining from the rising demand of its protein packed products and strategic acquisitions.

20 сентября, 19:08

Kimmel, not Cassidy, is right on health care, analysts say

In the war of words between Jimmy Kimmel and Sen. Bill Cassidy, the late-night host has the better grasp of health policy, health care analysts say.Kimmel — who had allied himself with Cassidy after the senator famously proposed a “Jimmy Kimmel test” for health reform — blasted the Louisiana Republican’s last-ditch Obamacare repeal-and-replace bill in a seven-minute monologue on Tuesday night. While Cassidy had pledged to protect people with pre-existing conditions like Kimmel’s infant son, who was born with a serious heart condition, the proposal Cassidy co-authored with Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.) wouldn’t live up to those promises, Kimmel said.“This guy, Bill Cassidy, he just lied right to my face,” Kimmel said.He then listed four pledges that Cassidy made when he appeared on Kimmel’s show in May, including a promise to lower health costs for Americans and to oppose insurance companies’ lifetime caps on coverage that Kimmel said would no longer be guaranteed under the new legislation.“Health care’s complicated [and] it’s boring; I don’t want to talk about it [and] the details are confusing,” Kimmel said in his monologue. “And that’s what these guys are relying on. … They’re taking care of the people who give them money, like insurance companies.”Cassidy countered Wednesday that the talk-show host didn’t grasp the nuances of his legislation. “I am sorry he does not understand,” the senator told CNN on Wednesday morning. “More people will have coverage, and we protect those with pre-existing conditions,” citing a provision in the bill that states would have to ensure certain protections for individuals.Experts say that Cassidy’s bill can't guarantee those protections and that Kimmel’s assessment was basically accurate because of the flexibility the bill gives states to set up their own health care systems. For example, health insurers could hike premiums for patients with pre-existing conditions if their states obtain waivers from Obamacare regulations — as Kimmel said.Cassidy’s plan “would pave the way for insurers to deny coverage to people with a history of medical conditions,” five HIV/AIDS groups warned in a joint statement on Tuesday.The bill would also roll back the Affordable Care Act’s Medicaid expansion and make other funding changes, like converting Obamacare funds into block grants and ending traditional Medicaid as an open-ended entitlement that would force states to choose whether to cut Medicaid enrollment, benefits or payments to providers — or else raise taxes.“Graham-Cassidy, like the previous Senate ‘repeal and replace’ proposals, takes a fiscal crowbar to Medicaid’s knees,” warned Georgetown University’s Center for Children and Families. Those cuts could disproportionately affect children, program director Joan Alker added."Kimmel did not overstate the impact," Alker said. "If Graham-Cassidy becomes law, there is no guarantee a child born with a congenital heart defect will get the coverage they need. It would depend on where they live, but even states with good intentions would struggle to protect children with the massive cuts to Medicaid included in this bill."The proposal’s significant cuts to Medicaid and other changes to the ACA’s regulations would lead to dramatic reductions in coverage for adults too, analysts say.“It is likely that the bill, if enacted, would lead to a loss of health insurance for at least 32 million people after 2026,” the left-leaning Commonwealth Fund’s Sara Collins wrote in a post on Wednesday, citing Congressional Budget Office analysis of similar legislation.Some conservatives disputed that the proposal would lead to coverage cuts. “I tend to think that the Graham-Cassidy proposal holds a lot of promise to expand coverage down the road,” said Lanhee Chen, a professor at Stanford’s conservative Hoover Institution.Chen cited the possibility of state flexibility and lower premiums bringing more uninsured Americans into the market, although he acknowledged that the bill's Medicaid cuts would force “tough trade-offs” in the future.The CBO, usually the authoritative source on such questions, said Monday that it would not be able to answer them on this bill "for at least several weeks" — long after the Sept. 30 expiration of the reconciliation bill that allows Republicans to pass the measure with a simple majority.One conservative policy analyst argued that neither Kimmel, nor Cassidy should be taking their case to TV."In my view, neither are correct — or at the very least, neither should be certain in their assertions,” said Chris Jacobs of Juniper Research Group. "I’m agreeing with Jimmy Kimmel that health care is complicated, so reducing it to simple talking points — that means you too, Jimmy Kimmel — often belies the reality of the situation."

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19 сентября, 15:13

Sara Blakely

To celebrate the 100th anniversary of Forbes we sat with the 100 greatest living business minds, including Sara Blakely, founder of Spanx.

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19 сентября, 13:44

Sarah Blakely: Giving Back To Oprah's Academy For Girls

To celebrate the 100th anniversary of Forbes we sat with the 100 greatest living business minds, including Sara Blakely, founder of Spanx. Photography by Martin Schoeller

18 сентября, 12:00

Meet the woman fighting Wall Street's Flash Boys

Wall Street veteran Sara Furber is heading up listings at IEX, the stock exchange made famous by Michael LewisLike many people on Wall Street and beyond, Sara Furber devoured Michael Lewis’s Flash Boys, the best-selling book that argued high-speed traders had rigged the world’s biggest stock markets. Now, Furber has been tasked with proving that executives and investors really want an alternative.Lewis’s book told the tale of Brad Katsuyama, who, while working at Royal Bank of Canada, spotted what he saw as a gigantic ripoff in the financial markets and set up a company, IEX, he hoped would end it. Continue reading...

17 сентября, 23:14

Chelsea Manning defends her conduct

NANTUCKET, Mass. — Chelsea Manning told a crowd at a "creative thinkers" conference in Nantucket that she's not a traitor as her critics have claimed and she did what she thought was the right thing to do.Manning is attending the annual conference for The Nantucket Project on Sunday in Massachusetts. The Nantucket Project is a venture founded to bring together creative thinkers to uncover the ideas that matter most. Organizers say about 600 people are attending.This is only Manning's second public appearance since being released from a military prison in May."I believe I did the best I could in my circumstances to make an ethical decision," she told the crowd when they asked if she was a traitor.The 29-year-old Manning is a transgender woman who was known as Bradley Manning when she was convicted in 2013 of leaking a trove of classified documents. She was released from a military prison in May after serving seven years of a 35-year sentence, which was commuted by President Barack Obama in his final days in office.Tom Scott, who co-founded The Nantucket Project with Kate Brosnan, said they invited Manning for "clarity of understanding.""My brother and father are Marines. They would respectfully challenge some of her decisions," he said. "Barack Obama commuted her sentence. My instinct is that he's a good and trustful man. How do those two things mix? Seeing her in person offers, perhaps, the best way to decipher that."Several audience members said they were intrigued to hear from Manning. Sara O'Reilly, a Nantucket resident who has attended several past conferences, said the speakers are typically a "little edgy." She said she doesn't judge Manning and other people have done "far worse" things.Scott said some of the attendees were upset that Manning was invited, but he didn't consider retracting the invitation. Harvard University reversed its decision to name Manning a visiting fellow Friday, a day after CIA Director Mike Pompeo scrapped a planned appearance over the title for Manning.Manning said Harvard's decision signaled to her that it's a "police state" and it's not possible to engage in political discourse in academic institutions."I'm not ashamed of being disinvited," she said. "I view that just as much of an honored distinction as the fellowship itself."

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14 сентября, 11:52

Defending champion McHale reaches quarterfinals in Japan

Defending champion Christina McHale has advanced to the quarterfinals of the Japan Women's Open with a 6-1, 6-1 win over Sara Sorribes Tormo. McHale dominated with solid groundstrokes…

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12 сентября, 19:58

Bonding Sessions - Will Espionage Skills Make You A Better Business Leader?

Spending a weekend learning the skills of a James Bond or Lara Croft might be fun, but will it help to make you a better business leader. Sara Fazlali, ex UN advisor and co-founder of entrepreneurial UK company, Secret Me, thinks it can.

11 сентября, 19:26

‘Grey’s Anatomy’ Season 14: Will Meredith Find a New Love Interest?

It's almost time for the return of 'Grey's Anatomy.' Here's everything we know about what the Grey-Sloan Memorial Hospital crew is up to this season.

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01 июля, 00:03

GOP Senators Opposing The BCRA Don’t Have Many Friends In The Health Care Industry

by Sara Swann The list of GOP senators unhappy with the initial draft of the Republican health care bill continues to grow

30 июня, 15:39

The Real Reasons Why You Didn’t Get the Job

For proactive jobs seekers, the need to hurry up and wait for a response after an interview is tough. Here’s why recruiters haven’t contacted you.

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29 июня, 09:54

Italy showcases its strength in technologies

TO stress its less-known strength in advanced technologies, Italy introduced 26 manufacturing companies in Shanghai yesterday with the host of an exhibition. “While in long history Chinese people take

29 июня, 06:00

The Harvard President Will See You Now (Rebroadcast)

How a pain-in-the-neck girl from rural Virginia came to run the most powerful university in the world. The post The Harvard President Will See You Now (Rebroadcast) appeared first on Freakonomics.

28 июня, 08:06

GOP Want Medicaid for the Needy to Fund Tax Cut for the Rich

Sara Rosenbaum, Professor of Health Law and Policy at George Washington University, explains that the GOP Health Care bill would completely restructure Medicaid for everyone, not just those who currently benefit from Obamacare Visit http://therealnews.com for more stories and help support our work by donating at http://therealnews.com/donate.

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27 июня, 23:29

Four Tactics To Find And Partner With The Best Investors For Your Startup

Winnie Founders Anne Halsall and Sara Mauskopf explain how to customize your pitch to best reveal your company's potential as well as share three strategies to find your lead investor and maximize your time during the fundraising process.

26 июня, 14:00

'Moms are persona non grata': are tech startups hostile to working mothers?

From all-nighters at the office to insensitive male coworkers, working mothers and mothers-to-be often describe the tech world as hostile to their needsSara Mauskopf was nine months pregnant and about to go on maternity leave, when her boss, the Postmates CEO Bastian Lehmann, mentioned her by name at an all-hands meeting: staff would no longer be able to use one of the company’s conference rooms, Lehmann said, because Mauskopf would need it pump breast milk when she returned to work. “I felt very called out and embarrassed,” recalled Mauskopf, who was the delivery startup’s director of product at the time. “It singled me out as the reason for the conversion and made me feel like I was taking something away from everyone.” Continue reading...

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23 июня, 16:23

Visual effects magic of latest "Pirates" movie

Creative agency MPC reveals how its visual effects team helped bring the fifth "Pirates of the Caribbean" movie to life. Sara Hemrajani reports. Subscribe: http://smarturl.it/reuterssubscribe More updates and breaking news: http://smarturl.it/BreakingNews Reuters tells the world's stories like no one else. As the largest international multimedia news provider, Reuters provides coverage around the globe and across topics including business, financial, national, and international news. For over 160 years, Reuters has maintained its reputation for speed, accuracy, and impact while providing exclusives, incisive commentary and forward-looking analysis. http://reuters.com/ https://www.facebook.com/Reuters https://plus.google.com/u/0/s/reuters https://twitter.com/Reuters