Missouri bill would allow deadly force against demonstrators

first_imgCOLUMBIA, Mo. (AP) — A Missouri senator is trying to pass a bill that would allow the use of deadly force against protesters on private property. Members of a state Senate committee on Monday debated the change. The legislation also would give immunity to people who run over protesters blocking traffic. It would make demonstrations blocking traffic a felony crime. Republican supporters of the bill said blocking traffic can be dangerous if it blocks ambulances or police from responding to emergencies. Activists said enacting the bill would encourage vigilantism.last_img read more

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Watch Billy Eichner & Jason Sudeikis Bro Out Over Wicked

first_img from $95.00 Related Shows We all know that there’s certain behavior you can get away with at stadiums that won’t fly at Broadway theaters (ahem, AT&T), but who says you can’t tailgate outside the Gershwin before a performance of Wicked?! That’s just what Billy Eichner and Jason Sudeikis do on an upcoming episode of Billy on the Street. The two bro out over the Stephen Schwartz tuner with a party featuring Idina Menzel Frisbees, a keg with the composer’s face, emerald shots and some witches “gone wild.” Oh and by the way, Stephen Schwartz spells his name with a “ph” and not a “v,” bruh. But party on?! Check it out below (beginning around 2:50), and catch Billy on the Street on Thursdays on truTV. Wicked View Commentslast_img read more

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Macron’s candidate for Paris mayor says withdrawing over sex video

first_imgThe ambitious Griveaux helped found the Republic on the Move (LREM) party, but recent polls showed him trailing in third place in Paris, which Macron won comfortably in the 2017 presidential election.Macron tapped Griveaux to be the LREM’s Paris mayoral candidate, causing a rift in the party that led to the president asking rival Cedric Villani to step aside. Villani refused, triggering his exclusion from the ruling party.Wresting control of the capital would be a huge prize for Macron as he seeks to consolidate his base ahead of an expected re-election bid in 2022.It would also help offset heavy losses he is expected to face in rural areas, where his policies have met fierce resistance and fired up the “yellow vest” protest movement.One of Macron’s closest political allies, Griveaux resigned as a junior minister and government spokesman in March last year to run for mayor. “A website and social networks have launched vile attacks concerning my private life. My family does not deserve this. No one should ever be subjected to such abuse,” Griveaux said at AFP headquarters in Paris.”For more than a year, my family and I have been subjected to defamatory remarks, lies, rumors, anonymous attacks, the revelation of stolen private conversations and death threats,” he said.”As if this was not enough, yesterday a new level was reached,” said Griveaux, adding he was not willing to expose his family any further. “This is going too far.” Topics :center_img Emmanuel Macron’s candidate for Paris mayor, Benjamin Griveaux, withdrew from the race over a leaked sex video Friday, in a blow for the French president’s party ahead of March local elections. Griveaux, 41, said he opted for retreat to protect his family after a website published the video with messages addressed to a woman, which was said to have come from the former government spokesman.It then spread on social media.last_img read more

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