Trump says he will run for reelection, had Brexit chat with Queen Elizabeth

U.S. President Donald Trump said he intends to run for re-election in 2020 because “everybody wants me to” and there are no Democratic candidates who could defeat him, the Mail on Sunday newspaper reported.


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Wall St. traders secretly used chat rooms to rig Treasury bond prices: suit

Wall Street banks secretly shared client information in online chat rooms in order to rig auctions for the $ 14 trillion US Treasurys market, according to an explosive lawsuit filed in Manhattan federal court on Wednesday. The move wrongly fattened the banks’ profits and picked profits from clients, the suit claims. The new accusations, leveled by…
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Why Rick Edwards has the best first date chat you’ll ever hear

A journey through space and time… and T4

When you think about the halcyon days of TV, you have to go back to the early noughties, to a time where the term ‘Netflix and chill’ was a merely glint in a some marketing director’s eye, and binge watching consisted of watching the Hollyoaks omnibus* and Friends on a constant programming loop… obviously, I’m talking about T4.

*Can we just take a moment to remember the post-watershed Hollyoaks Later?

Acting as the last bastion of proper good destination telly, watching T4 and its roster of presenters was the only things that actually made me get up at a decent time on a weekend morning. Basically, to see Rick Edwards, Alexa Chung, Steve Jones and pals introduce some shows and interview (and offend) some A-listers. More on that that later…

Before this turns into some saccharine tribute to a show that, I think, defined a whole damn generation (or at least got them acquainted to multiple versions of Cohen’s biblical ‘Hallelujah’, thanks to The OC), we’re here to talk all things Rick Edwards. AKA my favourite T4 presenter. Aside from Alexa, obvs.

Yes, Rick Edwards is now a published author: his new book with Dr Michael Brooks, Science(ish): The Peculiar Science Behind The Movies, riffs off the podcast of the same name, and is all about confronting The Big Questions we shout at the screen when we’re watching those iconinc sci-fi movies that are great and all, but leave us with SO many questions. Can dinosaurs ever really come back to walk with us Jurassic Park style? Are we ever going to live on Mars? Wonder know more, Rick’s your man…

Oh, and to address my previous point of offending A-List celebs, let’s just say Rick had a particular moment with Julia Roberts, where he thought it was appropriate to interview her wearing swimwear (him, not her), then refuse to believe Julia when she said they had met before. Surely you’d remember meeting Julia Roberts? Not if you’re Rick, no.

Science(ish): The Peculiar Science Behind The Movies’, by Rick Edwards & Dr Michael Brooks is out now in hardback, £12.99, Atlantic Books. (FYI, it’s worth a read if only to make you sound 50% more intelligent during dinner party chat).

Rick will be returning as host of BBC One quiz ‘Impossible’ from Monday 16th Oct.

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Twitter chat: America’s unhealthy relationship with opioids

America has an opioid problem.

More than 20 million people have substance use disorders, the Surgeon General said in a report last year, adding that 12.5 million Americans reported misusing prescription pain relievers. Ninety-one Americans die of an opioid overdose each day, according to the Centers for Disease Control.

How did this start? And what are we doing about it?

As a part of the PBS NewsHour series “American Addicted,” NewsHour (@NewsHour) will host a Twitter chat at 1 p.m. ET Friday, Sept. 29 to talk about opioid use and substance abuse with Dr. Leana Wen (@DrLeanaWen), Baltimore City Health Commissioner and Dr. Sarah Wakeman (@DrSarahWakeman), medical director of the Substance Use Disorder Initiative and the Addiction Consult Team at Massachusetts General Hospital.

Humans have struggled with opioids for centuries. Today, opioids are used as prescription painkillers, typically for chronic or acute pain such as a cancer or a wisdom tooth removal. The CDC reported that from 1999 to 2014, the sale of prescription opioids in the U.S. nearly quadrupled, while the amount of reported pain remained the same. The drugs have also enjoyed a sales spike on the so-called dark web, a set of websites and servers where users can purchase opioids anonymously.

Opioids target parts of our brain that release dopamine, a chemical associated with happiness, which can lead to addictive behavior. There are 48.9 million Americans using opioids or opiates, according to the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime. For those abusing the drug, quitting would mean several days of torturous withdrawal. Yet as opioid overdoses reach an all time high, doctors and other substance abuse experts are trying new methods to prevent and treat substance abuse.

Have questions? Tweet them using #NewsHourChats

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Gaming chat app shuts down alt-right server, bans racists and neo-Nazis

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Racists will have to find a new place to talk online. 

Popular voice and text chat app Discord shut down the alt-right server and banned accounts associated with the events in Charlottesville, Virginia this weekend.

Discord announced on Twitter today that it shut down a chat server associated with AltRight.com, a hate-filled, white supremacist website for the alt-right movement, and banned “a number of accounts” belonging to white supremacists and neo-Nazis who gathered in Charlottesville this weekend for the “Unite the Right” rally.

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Twitter chat: 3 years after Ferguson, what have we learned about race and police shootings?

Alton Sterling. Eric Garner. Philando Castile. Tamir Rice. Freddie Gray. Michael Brown.

The police shooting deaths of these six African-American men have sparked intense debate across the country about police use of force and racial bias in fatal police shootings.

According to an analysis by The Washington Post, 963 people were fatally shot by police in 2016. So far this year, 606 people have been shot and killed by police.

About 40 percent of the unarmed people fatally shot by police were black, according to the Post’s analysis. Another look at the data earlier this year by Mother Jones found that black men between the ages of 18 and 44 were three times as likely as white men the same age to be killed by the police.

Today, three years since Brown was shot in Ferguson, Missouri, what have we learned about race and police shootings? What’s changed — and what hasn’t?

At 1 p.m. ET Wednesday, the PBS NewsHour (@newshour) will host a Twitter chat with Paul Butler (@LawProfButler), a former federal prosecutor and leading criminal law scholar of race and the policing of black men, and Steve Rich (@dataeditor), the data editor at the Washington Post, who has helped compile the newspaper’s database on police shootings. We’ll discuss the latest data and answer your questions about police shootings.

Have questions? Tweet them using #NewsHourChats

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Chinese firm’s trader linked to unmasking of Bloomberg chat users

Moataz Abed, the trader who seems to have been in contact with an e-mail address that blasted out a list of anonymous Bloomberg chat participants, works at Noble Group, a China-based energy trading company that has tried to root out names of unidentified analysts, The Post has learned. In 2015, publicly traded Noble sued rival…
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Big data breach unmasks Bloomberg chat room users

Nearly one thousand Bloomberg terminal users participating in an anonymous chat room had their identities unmasked this week when a London investment company sent out a list of the participants — including names and employers — to people in the chat room, The Post has learned. The data breach, one of the largest ever for…
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It’s Baldwin vs. Baldwin As ‘O’Reilly’ And ‘Trump’ Chat Sex Harassment On ‘SNL’

Alec Baldwin faced himself on “Saturday Night Live,” but it wasn’t so very hard to do because he was playing two brothers from another mother: Bill O’Reilly and Donald Trump.

When those guys get together, can the topic of sex harassment be very far away? Baldwin’s O’Reilly discovers during the skit that one of his reporters isn’t on the scene — and no longer works for Fox News — prompting O’Reilly to ask: “Did she get the check?” The reporter’s disappearing act is a dig about recent reports of payments to at least five women to settle sex harassment accusations against O’Reilly. Other disappearing acts? Some 60 Fox News sponsors who no longer want to be associated with the “O’Reilly Factor.” That leaves a room for a commercial promoting “Dog Cocaine” on the “SNL” skit.

Baldwin’s O’Reilly finally ‘fesses up that he’s been the subject of some fuzzy complaints from women involving “exciting opportunities” he has offered. Fortunately, notes Baldwin, someone who is “unimpeachable on all female issues” has stepped forward to defend him.

Cue “Hail to the Chief,” and there’s Baldwin — again — on the other side of a split screen playing Trump. “I see a lot of myself in you, Bill,” says Baldwin’s Trump.

“O’Reilly” thanks “Trump” for saying that he “did nothing wrong,” even though it appears Trump doesn’t really know the facts of the case. He had a “loose hunch,” says Baldwin’s Trump. “I’m more familiar with this case than, say … health care.”

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