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Yahoo! TVJul 17, 2019
White House Reporter responds to 'bizarre' exchange with Kellyanne Conway
Breakfast Media reporter, Andrew Feinberg joined Don Lemon Tuesday night to respond to the "bizarre" exchange with Kellyanne Conway during a White House press gathering earlier in the day. Following the president's now infamous Twitter attack on four Democratic representatives -- Ilhan Omar of Minnesota, Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez of New York, Rashida Tlaib of Michigan and Ayanna Pressley of Massachusetts -- Feinberg asked Conway which countries Trump suggested the congresswomen should ‘go back' to,' and the Counselor to the President responded by asking him, ‘what his ethnicity was?' While explaining the situation to Don, Andrew said, "I have been a journalist in Washington for about ten years and I have never had any government official speak to me that way, and, or ask such an inappropriate question." Conway's question was met with some serious heat across social media. Later on the CNN interview, Feinberg told Don that he was still confused by Conway's question, saying "I have no earthly clue what her question or the answer I could have given to that question had to do with what the president said or to what country she was referring." While Conway avoided answering Feinberg's original question, she did share that her ancestors were Irish and Italian. Later Conway explained to Andrew on twitter that she meant no disrespect, and she was just letting him know that we are all originally from somewhere else. Feinberg didn't seem to buy Conway's explan

Yahoo! BooksJul 16, 2019
European sites where US nuclear weapons held inadvertently revealed in Nato-linked document
The European sites where America's nuclear weapons are stored has been inadvertently revealed in a document published by a Nato-linked body, according to Belgian media reports.  The document written by for the Defense and Security Committee of the NATO Parliamentary Assembly made passing reference to the roughly 150 US nuclear weapons being stored in Europe. "These bombs are stored at six US and European bases - Kleine Brogel in Belgium, Büchel in Germany, Aviano and Ghedi-Torre in Italy, Volkel in The Netherlands, and Incirlik in Turkey," one line read, according to the Belgian newspaper De Morgen.  The reference was reportedly contained in the original version of the document which was published in April but has since been removed in a final version which went out last week. The document, titled "A new era for nuclear deterrence? Modernisation, arms control and allied nuclear forces," was written by a Canadian senator.  A Nato official told The Washington Post the document was not from Nato itself - it was published by the group's parliamentary assembly and added: "We do not comment on the details of Nato's nuclear posture." The presence of US nuclear weapons in Europe acted as a deterrent to the Soviet Union during the Cold War and also meant European countries would not need to develop their own versions. However for years the exact locations of the weapons have been a secret - though experts said their presence was widely known in the international c

People Top HeadlinesApr 10, 2018
Lindsey Buckingham Reportedly Fired from Fleetwood Mac: ‘The Band Wishes Lindsey All the Best'
Lindsey Buckingham, the guitar virtuoso whose prolific songwriting and precision fretwork helped launch Fleetwood Mac into the rock stratosphere as one of the best-selling acts in history, is reportedly out of the group. Rolling Stone and Variety confirmed the departure Monday afternoon, saying that the 68-year-old was, in fact, fired.

Representatives for the band did not immediately respond to PEOPLE's request for comment.

The news comes on the eve of a planned global tour for Fleetwood Mac. TMZ reports that, Mike Campbell — formerly of Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers — and Neil Finn will handle guitar duties on the trek. "Lindsey Buckingham will not be performing with the band on this tour," a source close to Fleetwood Mac told the outlet in a statement. "The band wishes Lindsey all the best."

Rolling Stone received a statement from Mick Fleetwood, the group's co-namesake and drummer, expanding on the change. "Fleetwood Mac has always been about an amazing collection of songs that are performed with a unique blend of talents," drummer and founding member Mick Fleetwood told the publication. "We jammed with Mike and Neil and the chemistry really worked and let the band realize that this is the right combination to go forward with in Fleetwood Mac style. We know we have something new, yet it's got the unmistakable Mac sound."

Finn spoke out about the new rol

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