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Michelle Hunziker risponde in stile Striscia alle polemiche sulla stella alpina colta: «Ecco com’è andata davvero»

Michelle Hunziker risponde in stile Striscia alle polemiche sulla stella alpina colta: «Ecco com’è andata davvero»

La showgirl criticata per la scelta di raccogliere il fiore alpino protetto: «Meriterebbe una multa» commentano i suoi stessi follower, ma si trattava di un fiore coltivato


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Jets-Patriots spread keeps rising
The already monstrous point spread for Sunday’s Jets-Patriots game is still growing. After holding steady much of Wednesday, the line creeped up a half-point late in the afternoon, with New England now favored by 23¹/₂ points at William Hill sportsbooks. Nick Bogdanovich, William Hill’s director of trading, told The Post that even though Tuesday through...
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Trump and House Democrats snared in new intelligence storm
A smoldering Washington intelligence mystery exploded late Wednesday into a full-on confrontation between House Democrats and the White House over communications between President Donald Trump and an unidentified foreign leader.
Politica
Washington Monument reopens after 3-year closure for repairs
WASHINGTON — After a three-year closure, the Washington Monument is reopening to the public. The 555-foot stone obelisk was closed in September 2016 in order to replace the aging elevator and upgrade security systems. The monument will reopen to the public at noon Thursday, and first lady Melania Trump is expected to attend the ribbon-cutting...
New York Post
Instagram restricts influencer posts for diet and cosmetic surgery products
Instagram is now placing age restrictions on posts linked to particular diet products and cosmetic surgery procedures, and in some cases will remove them entirely. The new rules also affect Facebook, Instagram's parent company.
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Fukushima nuclear disaster: Tepco executives found not guilty
This is the only criminal case to arise out of the world's worst nuclear disaster since Chernobyl.
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Fukushima disaster: Japanese power company chiefs cleared of negligence
Three executives at Tepco acquitted, marking the end of the only criminal action over the disasterThree former executives at the company that runs the ruined Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant have been acquitted of failing to take action in anticipation of the March 2011 nuclear meltdown, in the only criminal action resulting from the disaster.Tsunehisa Katsumata, a former chairman of Tokyo Electric Power (Tepco) and former vice presidents Sakae Muto and Ichiro Takekuro, had apologised for the triple meltdown at the plant, but said they could not have foreseen the disaster. Continue reading...
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Tesla’s Model 3 scores the company’s first top safety award from IIHS
Tesla often touts that its cars are really safe, but the company has just received a specific recognition of that safety for the first time ever: the Model 3 was just awarded “top safety pick” from the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS). The Model S had previously fallen short of earning top marks from IIHS, and the Model X was never tested by the nonprofit group, The Model 3 is the second battery electric car to earn the award, as Audi’s E-Tron was the first to earn the honor back in August. Like the E-Tron, the Model 3 earned “good” ratings in all categories, which is the best distinction the IIHS gives out. The Model 3 was only really dinged in two places. IIHS said that pre-June 2018 versions of the car only had “acceptable” headlights. And on all models, the group said there’s a “moderate risk of injury to the left lower leg” of the driver in head-on crashes that overlap with the driver’s side of the vehicle (which IIHS says is one of the most challenging tests). Tesla’s automatic emergency braking system also performed well, according to the IIHS, avoiding collisions in both the 12 and 25-mile-per-hour tests. In a blog post, Tesla championed how the Model 3’s all-glass roof held up during the IIHS tests, and also pointed to the fact that its seats — which are designed in-house — helped the car score such high marks. “The safety of our customers is what matters most, which is why our active safety features and passive safety equipment come standard on all of our cars,” the company wrote. Full results, videos, and photos of IIHS’s test of the Model 3 can be found on the nonprofit group’s website.
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Seth Lugo gets it done for Mets in first at-bat of 2019
DENVER — Seth Lugo figured extended duty was almost a certainty for him Wednesday given the Mets’ schedule. But Lugo couldn’t have anticipated it unfolding in quite this manner. In addition to recording the final six outs in the 7-4 victory over the Rockies, the right-hander batted in the ninth inning and delivered an RBI...
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Report: FBI Tried to Get Encrypted Phone Firm to Build Backdoor So They Could Spy on Sinaloa Cartel
The FBI tried to get the CEO of encrypted phone company Phantom Secure, Vincent Ramos, to install a backdoor in his service so that the agency could spy on Sinaloa Cartel members, Motherboard reported on Wednesday.Read more...
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Teens pledge not to have kids until action taken on climate
"It's a really adult decision that I'm having to make because my leaders are acting like children," said the creator of the pledge
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‘Legally’ haunted New York manor is for sale again
A “legally” haunted New York house is on the market again. Former owner Helen Ackley — who lived in the Queen Anne Victorian at 1 LaVeta Place in Nyack, NY, from the 1960s to the late 1980s — publicly asserted the presence of various poltergeists who hailed from the Revolutionary War era and regularly shook...
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Pennsylvania man allegedly used drone to drop explosives on ex-girlfriend’s home
A Pennsylvania man has been accused of using a drone to drop explosive devices on his ex-girlfriend’s home. Jason Muzzicato, 43, of Washington Township, was arrested back in June after he was linked to a series of nighttime explosions in March, The Morning Call reported. Earlier this month, Muzzicato was slapped with even more charges...
New York Post
A museum in Bolivia pays homage to President Evo Morales
Bolivian President Evo Morales built a big museum in his desert birthplace to honor the country’s indigenous peoples, but it has stirred controversy because the $7 million facility is dedicated to himself
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Tesla's Model 3 earns insurance industry's top safety rating
Tesla Inc's Model 3 electric sedan has earned the top safety rating from the Insurance Institute of Highway Safety (IIHS), becoming the first Tesla to do so.
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Skullcandy's Crusher ANC block noise while you feel the bass
Skullcandy's Crusher headphones have offered thumping bass tones that rumble your dome (literally) since 2013. In 2016, the company introduced a wireless version and followed up with "an ultra-realistic sensory bass experience" on the Crusher 360 las...
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The 'paradox' of John Humphrys: rottweiler, dinosaur or shy walker?
The Radio 4 Today presenter steps down after 32 years, but colleagues still struggle to define himOn the morning of what would transpire to be his last day as BBC director-general, George Entwistle found himself in the Radio 4 Today studio facing John Humphrys.The BBC was already engulfed by the unfolding Jimmy Savile scandal. Now, a Newsnight report had led to Tory peer Lord McAlpine being wrongly implicated in a child sexual abuse case. Continue reading...
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"John Doe" who accused Kevin Spacey of sexual assault dies
The filing triggers a 90-day countdown for an estate to be substituted substiuted for John Doe, attorneys for John Doe said
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Toyota to expand plant in Brazil's Sao Paulo state, joining Volkswagen, GM
Toyota Motor Corp on Thursday announced a 1 billion reais ($243.29 million) expansion at a plant in the Brazilian state of Sao Paulo, joining Volkswagen and General Motors in new investments in the region.
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REUTERS
Trump orders environmental notice to San Francisco on homeless
President Donald Trump said on Wednesday he had given the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency less than a week to issue a notice to the city of San Francisco over its homelessness problem and attendant pollution.
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San Francisco to Get Environmental Violation for Homelessness, Trump Says
President Trump said that San Francisco was in “total violation” of environmental rules because needles used by homeless people were ending up in the ocean.
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South Korea police say they may have found serial killer
South Korean police say they have found a suspect thought to be an infamous serial killer wanted for the slaying of 10 women some 30 years ago
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Hurricane Humberto edges closer to Bermuda as Tropical Depression Imelda drenches Texas
Hurricane Humberto in the Atlantic Ocean edged closer to Bermuda on Wednesday night, threatening the area with strong winds as Tropical Depression Imelda drenched Texas.
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Rangers’ Artemi Panarin should be OK after injury scare
A bit of a scare went through Rangerstown when it was clear Artemi Panarin had left the bench late in the second period of the preseason opener Wednesday night at the Garden, then did not return to the game due to what the team called a “mild groin strain.” But after the Rangers lost to...
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New York Post
Porn star ‘Bridget the Midget’ arrested for stabbing boyfriend
Diminutive porn star “Bridget the Midget” was reportedly arrested for stabbing her boyfriend in the leg during a fight at the couple’s Las Vegas home. A neighbor of the adult-film star, whose real name is Bridget Powers, heard the two quarreling early Wednesday and called the cops, according to TMZ. When police arrived following the...
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New York Post
Saints QB Drew Brees Undergoes Successful Surgery on Thumb Injury
New Orleans quarterback Drew Brees revealed on Instagram that he underwent successful right thumb surgery to repair a torn ligament suffered against the Los Angeles Rams on Sunday...
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GLOBAL MARKETS-Asian shares turn lower on guarded Fed, yen rises after BOJ
Asian shares turned lower on Thursday after the U.S. Federal Reserve cut interest rates as expected but signalled a higher bar to further policy easings.
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'We can't have our cities going to hell': Donald Trump threatens environmental action against San Francisco
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Igor Shesterkin’s hyped Rangers debut was years in the making
The countdown, more than five years in the making, arrived at 10:10 of the second period of the Rangers’ exhibition opener against the Devils at the Garden on Wednesday. That is when 23-year-old Igor Shesterkin, the Moscow-born 118th-overall selection of the 2014 entry draft, replaced Alexandar Georgiev in nets and thus made his quasi-varsity debut...
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Partial transcript of remarks by Canada PM Trudeau over brown face incident
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau on Wednesday delivered an apology for an incident in 2001 where he dressed up in brown face. He then took questions from reporters.
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Anti-vaxxers are comparing themselves to civil rights activists
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New York Post
Justin Trudeau apologizes for wearing brownface in old yearbook photo, calls it racist
Not for the first time this year, a politician has apologized for a racist photo discovered in an old yearbook. This time it’s Justin Trudeau, the Canadian prime minister who rose to social media fame due to his quirky sock choices, youth, and charm, but whose popularity has dimmed due to recent corruption charges and other past blunders coming to light.  As first reported by Time, Trudeau darkened his face with makeup for an Aladdin costume he wore to an “Arabian Nights” party at a ritzy private school he taught at in 2001, when he was 29.  A picture of his costume, which included a feathered turban and robe, is featured in the 2000-2001 yearbook of West Point Grey Academy.  Read more...More about Justin Trudeau, Blackface, Brownface, Social Good, and Celebrities
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Mashable
Rapper Troy Ave attends trial of Tekashi 6ix9ine ‘Bloods’ associates
"He's a good guy from what I know," the rhymester said of Mack.
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New York Post
Outcry at Indonesia draft criminal code that could see unmarried couples jailed
New draft bill, decades in the making, could also criminalise insulting the president and tightens abortion laws Indonesia is set to pass a new criminal code that could outlaw living together outside marriage and insulting the president, among a raft of controversial new measures that rights groups have decried as disastrous.The Indonesian parliament has spent decades revising its colonial-era criminal code, creating a 628-article draft bill that could be passed in coming days. Continue reading...
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Zero's 2020 electric motorcycles include one that's loaded for adventures
Imagine how people use Zero's electric motorbikes and you'll probably picture a commute to work or a quick blast through the countryside. Now, however, it's encouraging you to make longer-lasting journeys. The company has introduce a 2020 bike line...
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O'Rourke: 'Allowing the NRA to set the terms of the debate no longer works'
Democratic presidential candidate Beto O'Rourke on Wednesday reacted to criticism of his proposed mandatory gun-buyback program for assault-style rifles with a defiant call to not let the National Rifle Association "set the terms of the debate."
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Ruin some childhoods this Halloween with the 'Sexy Mr. Rogers' costume
Maybe this is Tom Hanks' fault. If you turn up to a Halloween party looking for the helpers — to help you get undressed, that is — then this Sexy Mr. Rogers costume might be just what you're after. Channel a different kind of girl (or boy) next door vibe thanks to the 'Nicest Neighbor' getup. The set consists of a cropped, low-cut red sweater, a white collar with tiny tie, and tight, belted gray booty slacks.  Yes, you heard me. Those are booty slacks.  Yes, this all seems to be in order.Image: YandyThe site also sells a gray short-back-and-sides Lego-esque vinyl headpiece and hand puppets separately, if you want to take your 'fit from merely unnecessary to truly chilling. Read more...More about Mr Rogers, Sexy Costume, Halloween 2019, Culture, and Web Culture
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Mashable
The hardship Le’Veon Bell is facing with Jets in miserable spot
There are a number of places to point the finger for the Jets’ 0-2 start — an avalanche of injuries to key players, underperformance from significant players and questionable coaching decisions. Le’Veon Bell is one player who should be free of blame. One person, however, disagrees. Le’Veon Bell. “I feel like I could do better....
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Vessel-shaped 'supertall' skyscraper transforms the skyline of this city
Designed to resemble a ceremonial wine vessel and soaring hundreds of feet above its neighbors, Citic Tower is impossible to miss from downtown Beijing.
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Obama says presidents should avoid social media in apparent jab at Trump
Former President Barack Obama appeared to take a rare shot at his White House successor on Wednesday, advising against “watching TV or reading social media” when running the country, according to reports. Obama made the remarks at the private event in San Francisco for data company Splunk. The 44th president was addressing how he handled...
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New York Post
Rangers’ power play already looks drastically different
Watching the Rangers power play operate — even after just a short amount of practice and one measly preseason camp — is a smack in the face, revealing how much more offensive skill exists on the roster compared to a year ago. The cross-ice saucer passes from Artemi Panarin to Kaapo Kakko are a thing...
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Trump's border visit draws few spectators, for or against his wall
One Trump supporter said Trump's wall is "good for his campaign, but it's good for America."
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How the Bloods and Tekashi 6ix9ine used each other
The gang benefitted from the chart-topping artist’s largesse — with Tekashi paying them for protection and picking up the tabs for champagne and girls at Queens strip clubs, law-­enforcement sources said.
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New York Post
Barr meets with lawmakers on Capitol Hill as Trump considers gun legislation proposals
Attorney General William Barr is meeting with lawmakers on Capitol Hill to discuss gun legislation proposals under consideration by the White House. CBS News chief congressional correspondent Nancy Cordes joins CBSN to discuss how Republicans and Democrats are reacting.
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Astros Clinch Playoff Spot with Win vs. Rangers
The Houston Astros are in the playoffs for the fourth time in the past five seasons following their 3-2 win over the Texas Rangers on Wednesday night. The Astros have been one of the best teams in Major League Baseball since the start of 2017...
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Astros' Gerrit Cole Becomes 18th Player in MLB History with 300-Strikeout Season
Welcome to the history books, Gerrit Cole. The Houston Astros right-hander became just the 18th pitcher in Major League Baseball history to notch 300 strikeouts in a season during Wednesday's 3-2 win over the Texas Rangers, per ESPN...
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bleacherreport.com
Trump communication reportedly at center of whistleblower complaint
The complaint the administration is withholding from Congress was filed by an intelligence officer who was troubled by a phone call the president had, according to a former official.
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Buffett protégé Tracy Britt Cool leaving Berkshire Hathaway
One of Warren Buffett’s youngest protégés is parting ways with Berkshire Hathaway — to start a rival company. Tracy Britt Cool — who started at Berkshire in 2009 when she was just 25 — is launching an investment firm that will own smaller companies — just like the one she has helped the Oracle of...
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New York Post
9/18/19: CBSN Evening News
Trump announces increases sanctions on Iran; Inside the restored Washington Monument
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