Thousands of children braved a winter-like chill on Monday to roll eggs around the White House lawn, a spring tradition that drew an estimated 30,000 people, including doting parents.Toddlers were bundled against the raw air; flowery spring dresses peeked over rain boots from under down jackets. Temperatures held just above 40 degrees under heavy clouds, weather that President Donald Trump described as “perfect.”“It was supposed to be very rainy and nasty and cold and windy,” Trump said in remarks to the crowd. “And look what we have: perfect weather. Perfect weather. Beautiful weather.”Well, not quite, but that didn’t spoil the fun. Two Iowa farms donated this year’s eggs, 30,000 of them. Per tradition, children used wooden spoons to nudge — or whack — colored eggs as the Marine, Army, Air Force and Navy bands played. First lady Melania Trump planned the event, which was attended by a bespectacled Easter Bunny.Before the president emerged to join the party at about 10:30 a.m., he was inside the White House venting about “fake news,” immigration and the U.S. border with Mexico. Tweeting just after 7 a.m., he pressed Congress to pass border protection legislation and declared the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program, or DACA, “dead.”Later, sitting at a picnic table on the South Lawn and surrounded by children signing cards to military service members, Trump was asked about DACA and Dreamers, young immigrants brought to the U.S. illegally as children. He blamed Democrats for killing the program, which he himself began unwinding in September.“The Democrats have really let them down. They really let them down. They had this great opportunity,” Trump said. “It’s a shame. And now, people are taking advantage of DACA and that’s a shame.”Most of the Trump family joined the party on the South Lawn, including Donald Trump Jr., and his wife, Vanessa; Tiffany Trump; and Eric and Lara Trump. Barron Trump accompanied his mom and dad in kicking off an egg roll.In addition to the traditional egg rolling, this year’s event included lawn bowling, egg and cookie decorating, and a state egg display.A fenced corner of the lawn featured a storytelling nook, where administration A-listers — including Education Secretary Betsy Devos, Transportation Secretary Elaine Chao, and Director of National Intelligence Dan Coats and his wife, Marsha — read to the kids. Melania Trump read from “You,” a book of rhyming inspirational messages.Cristiano Lima contributed to this report.
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As ‘Who bit Beyoncé?’ sweeps the internet, the pop queen has remained imperious – and silent. It’s her usual response, but it has encouraged fans to weave endless bizarre theories around her every moveWho bit Beyoncé? What does Beyoncé taste of? How does anyone even get close enough to Beyoncé to make eye contact, let alone sink their teeth into the skin that launched a thousand pore strips? How does Beyoncé react when somebody bites her on the face? More importantly: what superhuman self-restraint does actor Tiffany Haddish possess to have sat on the greatest anecdote of all time since December?In a GQ magazine profile, the Girls Trip star told of the time she attended a party and witnessed Beyoncé moving husband Jay-Z away from a flirtatious actor, who retaliated by biting her face. When Haddish valiantly offered to “beat [her] ass”, Beyoncé begged her not to. Haddish was undeterred. “Near the end of the party, Beyoncé’s at the bar, so I said to Beyoncé: ‘Did she really bite you?’ She was like: ‘Yeah.’ I was like: ‘She gonna get her ass beat tonight.’ She was like: ‘Tiffany, no. Don’t do that. That bitch is on drugs. She not even drunk. The bitch is on drugs. She not like that all the time. Just chill.’” Continue reading...
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Update 3: Tempe Police confirmed in a press conference that the Uber vehicle was traveling at around 40mph (with no signs yet that it was slowing down) when it struck the pedestrian. The "driver" of the vehicle was Rafael Vasquez, 44, Tempe PD says he was not impaired. There were no signs of impairment in the victim, Elaine Herzberg, 49, who Tempe Police says they "believe she may have been" homeless. The police confirmed they have video of the Uber accident, which will not be released, and the county attorney is deciding whether to file charges. * * * Update 2: Peter Kurdock, director of regulatory affairs for Advocates for Highway and Auto Safety in Washington, called the Arizona crash tragic. The group sent a letter Monday to Transportation Secretary Elaine Chao saying it is concerned about a lack of action and oversight by the department as autonomous vehicles are developed. That letter was planned before the crash. Kurdock said the deadly accident should serve as a “startling reminder” to members of Congress that they need to “think through all the issues to put together the best bill they can to hopefully prevent more of these tragedies from occurring.” * * * Update 1: Uber CEO Dara Khosrowshahi tweeted of the "incredibly sad news"... Some incredibly sad news out of Arizona. We’re thinking of the victim’s family as we work with local law enforcement to understand what happened. https://t.co/cwTCVJjEuz — dara khosrowshahi (@dkhos) March 19, 2018 * * * As we detailed earlier, Tempe, Arizona police report that a self-driving Uber vehicle was in autonomous mode when it was involved in a deadly crash overnight. As ABC15 reports, the crash occurred near Mill Avenue and Curry Road early Monday morning. The Uber vehicle was reportedly headed northbound when a woman walking outside of the crosswalk was struck. The woman was taken to the hospital where she died from her injuries. Tempe Police says the vehicle was in autonomous mode at the time of the crash and a vehicle operator was also behind the wheel. Police added in a statement that the woman’s “next of kin has not been notified yet so her name is not being released at this time. Uber is assisting and this is still an active investigation.” In a brief statement from an Uber spokesperson, they confirm: “We are fully cooperating with local authorities in their investigation of this incident.” And Bloomberg reports that Uber will now halt all autonomous car-testing in all cities (including San Francisco, Phoenix, and Pittsburgh). Two questions come to mind - was the women crossing the road on Facebook at the time (Zuckerberg's fault) and/or was the car hacked by Russia? (Putin's fault). This is the first pedestrian killed by an autonomous vehicle. As Tiffany Li - (@tiffanycli) notes, who should be liable for this death? Uber? The car manufacturer? The software programmers? Tech lawyers have debated this question for decades. If this goes to trial, we'll soon have an answer.
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Stocks ended the week with a decent day of trading on Friday.
The results come as a surprise after Tiffany in January posted strong store sales for the holiday period and raised its full-year profit forecast. Tiffany, which has suffered several quarters of declining sales, has been taking a number of steps to diversify its sources of revenue by introducing cheaper silver jewelry as well as everyday home items to appeal to a wider customer base. Chief Executive Officer Alessandro Bogliolo said the investments were taking a toll on the company's earnings.
U.S. stocks are rising Friday as industrial companies and banks make gains. While retailers are mostly higher, jewelry chain Tiffany is falling after a weak sales report and disappointing forecast. The S&P 500 has slipped for four days in a row and is still down 1 percent this week.
Tiffany's (TIF) solid top-line performance in the fiscal fourth quarter can be attributed to robust performance across all product categories.