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Thursday, December 8, 2016

End The Ban On Marijuana In Sports

In the last week we’ve heard from NBA legend Phil Jackson and Golden State Warriors head coach Steve Kerr talking about their own marijuana use and how they think professional sports leagues like the NBA and NFL should change their marijuana policies. Marijuana should not be a banned substance in professional sports. Marijuana is legal for medical use in 28 states and recreational use in 8 states plus Washington D.C., yet it is a banned substance in most professional sports and athletes are not allowed to use it. It is time for the sports world to catch up with the…

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Thursday, December 8, 2016

George Jung — Back in the Can After 2 Years of Freedom

George Jung, the guy Johnny Depp played in “Blow,” is back in jail for violating his parole, but he’s blaming it all on his manager. Sources close to the infamous cocaine smuggler tell us George took a trip to San Diego to make a little cash for… Permalink Source: TMZ Feed

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Thursday, December 8, 2016

Leonardo DiCaprio Meets With Donald Trump to Discuss Environmental Issues

Leonardo DiCaprio met with Donald Trump on Wednesday to talk about a matter very close to the “Revenant” actor’s heart — the environment. The Oscar winner, the president-elect, Ivanka Trump and Terry Tamminen, CEO of the Leonardo DiCaprio Foundation, had a meeting at Trump Tower in New York City to discuss how jobs centering on preserving the environment can boost the economy, the Associated Press reported. DiCaprio and Tamminen presented Trump’s team with a “framework” on how focusing on renewable, clean energy could create millions of job, the spokesperson said. Also Read: Inside TIFF Parties: Nicole Kidman, Leonardo DiCaprio, and a Smooching Miles…

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Wednesday, December 7, 2016

A Focus on Young Adults Will Help Create Safer Communities and Reduce the Use of Incarceration

In the weeks after the election, America has been swept up in news about administration appointments, platforms, and potential policies. But as administrations change and different parties come into power, we all hope that certain American values remain steadfast. We are a nation founded on laws and justice, where we believe everyone deserves a second chance. Having represented youth in Baltimore’s juvenile court, and later running Washington, D.C.’s Department of Youth Rehabilitation Services, I’ve had an up-close view of how justice and second chances are valued and strived for in our juvenile justice system. When living up to its ideals,…

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Wednesday, December 7, 2016

Kardashian Sisters — Crush Blac Chyna's Biz Dreams … You'll Never Be One of Us

Just because Blac Chyna’s marrying a Kardashian doesn’t mean she can get in the club — the Kardashian sisters are going to war to block her from cashing in on the family name. According to docs obtained by TMZ … Kim, Khloe, and Kourtney’s… Permalink Source: TMZ Feed

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Wednesday, December 7, 2016

Ryan Gosling and Emma Stone Do Their Happy Dance at ‘La La Land’ Los Angeles Premiere (Photos)

The new musical “La La Land” has already been heaped with praise and it has not even hit theaters yet. So it is no surprise that stars Ryan Gosling and Emma Stone were dancing on air at the film’s Los Angeles premiere at the Village Theatre in Westwood Tuesday as they celebrated the awards-season darling. Joining the leading man and lady on the red carpet were co-stars Rosemarie DeWitt, John Legend and Callie Hernandez. Also Read: Ryan Gosling Appreciates Tom Hanks' 'La La Land' Love (Exclusive Video) Emma Stone/Getty Images Written and directed by Academy Award nominee Damien Chazelle, “La La Land,” from Lionsgate’s Summit Entertainment…

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Tuesday, December 6, 2016

Asia is in the grip of a transnational crime crisis – but governments look away

Roderic Broadhurst, Australian National University The immense demand for methamphetamine (ice), ecstasy and new psychoactive substances among the wealthy urban residents of East Asia and beyond has revitalised organised crime in the region. The scale of recent drug seizures in underground laboratories in China’s Guangdong province alone is staggering – and it’s jumped by 50% in the last year. In January 2015, for instance, 2.2 tonnes of solid and liquid methamphetamine destined for Shanghai were uncovered in the coastal county of Lufeng. In May that year, 1.3 tonnes of ketamine and 2.7 tonnes of its precursors were found in the…

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Tuesday, December 6, 2016

Desiigner Sued — You Crashed Our Ferrari!! That'll Cost Ya $500k

Desiigner had no business getting behind the wheel of a rented Ferrari, but since he wrecked it when he did, he needs to cough up some dough … according to the rental company’s lawsuit. The rental company is suing the “Panda” rapper for destroying… Permalink Source: TMZ Feed

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Tuesday, December 6, 2016

Kirk Douglas’ 10 Most Memorable Movies for His 100th Birthday (Photos)

The acting legend Kirk Douglas (and father of Michael Douglas) crosses the century mark on December 9, 2016. Here are his 10 most memorable roles: Champion (1949) Kirk Douglas earned his first Oscar nomination for playing the dogged boxer Midge Kelly in a black-and-white drama written by Carl Forman (“High Noon”). Ace in the Hole (1950) In one of Billy Wilder’s most cynical dramas, Douglas plays a ruthless journalist who exploits a mining disaster — even sabotaging rescue efforts at one point — to prolong the media furor. The Bad and the Beautiful (1951) He earned his second Oscar nomination…

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Monday, December 5, 2016

What Will Happen to the Clemency Movement in the Trump Administration?

By Christopher Zoukis Rather than slackening off as the Obama administration nears its final days, the clemency initiative announced in April 2014 for federal is picking up speed. From the Oct. 1 start of the current fiscal year until two days before Election Day, the president had issued 272 sentence commutations — nearly one-third of its total up to that time. On election eve, the sentences of 72 inmates were commuted, followed by 79 more Nov. 22, bringing the total for the Obama administration to 1,023, exceeding the combined total for commutations issued by all 11 presidents from Harry Truman…

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