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1320 WRNP Welcomes  "Moving in the Power within " with host  Life coach Juliana Ricci .


Join Julianna Ricci for "Moving In: The Power Within" as she guides her listeners into a fabulous, new version of themselves and their lives.

Wherever you are starting from, you will move forward. Tune in as a lucky guest receives power-filled coaching – and you, the listener, will be changed simply by hearing the call. Get ready for your life to change!

Allow yourself the gift of being guided and encouraged.

If not now, when?

There is so many benifits of having a life coach here are just a few ....

    greater success and happiness

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"Julianna has inspired, compelled, challenged, and gently pushed me. She has helped me grow and develop in ways that I would have never imagined. Whether you’re a creative individual, an idealist, or just looking to be even better, Julianna is exceptional."

-  MK: Chairman, Living GREEN Foundation



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Today on Democracy Now !!!

Monday, November 17, 2014

Is Obama’s Immigration Plan Too Modest? Proposals Cover Less Than Half of Nation’s Undocumented

President Obama is considering issuing an executive action that could protect millions of undocumented immigrants from deportation. According to The New York Times, Obama’s executive actions will not provide any formal, lasting immigration status, but many immigrants will receive work permits, which will give them Social Security numbers and allow them to work legally under their own names. Another key component could prevent the deportation of parents whose children are U.S. citizens. Democracy Now! co-host Juan González breaks down the numbers of who will benefit from this possible executive order

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 Mayo Clinic !!   ( Listen To Mayo Clinic Now in It's New Time  Fridays at 1pm )

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Coming up this  week  on Mayo Clinic

This week on Mayo Clinic Oct 31 2014

October is Breast Cancer Awareness month, and on the next Mayo Clinic Radio, Saturday, October 25 at 9 a.m. CT, two Mayo Clinic Breast Clinic physicians will be with us to discuss the latest in research and the ongoing efforts to diagnose, treat and prevent breast cancer. Director of the Breast Clinic Karthik Ghosh, M.D., and practice chair of the Medical Oncology Breast Group Tufia Haddad, M.D., will be ready  to answer your questions. Please join us.

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Myth or Fact: Breast feeding reduces the risk of breast cancer.

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Next week November 7th  on Mayo Clinic

November is Diabetes Awareness Month and Diabetic Eye Disease Month.  On the next Mayo Clinic Radio, Saturday, November 1 at 9 a.m. CT, we’ll discuss the prevention, detection and treatment of diabetes with endocrinologist and diabetes expert Adrian Vella, M.D., and ophthalmologist Sophie Bakri, M.D.   Do you know 13 percent of Americans have diabetes and 37 percent are pre-diabetic, meaning they are likely to develop diabetes?  Most alarmingly it's expected one-third of the babies born today will become diabetic in their lifetime.




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 *****  CARDNIAL POINTS  with ED CARDINAL Premiers Tuesday at 1pm Feb 11th

We invite you to listen to Cardinal Points every Tuesday from 1-2 pm. Talk Radio with heart and Soul. Your compass to achieving your dreams.

This show will shake the foundation of conventional thinking and teach you to use your own mind to create the life you dream about.

Ed Cardinal, your host, as well as his many guests will share their personal life stories and expertise that will give you the practical tools needed to guide you on your journey to wholeness. Every person on earth has the right to vibrant and dynamic health, deep meaningful relationships, and abundant wealth.

Remember your truth is within you. Now it’s up to you to use your internal guidance system to seek it and live it. *****

This Week on Cardinal Points

Listen Each Tuesday at 1pm

This Past Week's Guest
Diana Nightingale

While recognized as, The First Lady of Transformation, and has dedicated most of her adult life in the service of helping others, many still think of Diana, first, as the wife and widow of, Earl Nightingale a legendary giant in the personal achievement world. Make no mistake, Diana Nightingale does not stand in the shadow of her late husband, but shines brightly on her own. With her own personal, powerful message Diana has been speaking to audiences for more than 30-years, was an advocate for teen-pregnancy programs, and was a local board member of the Lee County Mental Health Association. Diana is an author, seminar/retreat leader, an international speaker addressing audiences across the USA and overseas. She offers grief counseling, life coaching, has a Doctorate Degree in Religious Studies and is a Stephen Minister. Diana, brings new life to the time-tested Nightingale messages and shows how to make them work in today’s ever-changing world. Even during the bleakest of times, she is quick to enforce the age-old truth that “we become what we think about”. In her latest book, “The Spiritual Flight of The Nightingale”, Diana tells how she finds inspiration from the world around her and from the lessons she has learned from life. In her book, “Learning To Fly As A Nightingale” Diana tells of her life before meeting Earl; Earl’s life before meeting Diana; Their time together and then how she found her wings and was able to fly again after Earl’s passing. The experiences, pain and joy she shares gives insight to what others experience in their lives. Diana’s passion for radio started as she engineered her husband’s radio shows and later as she became more and more in demand as a radio and TV guest, she longed to be on the other side of the microphone. During the radio days spent with Greg Norman of Universal 7 radio network, Diana once again realized the power of the spoken word and the importance of positive programming in a negative driven society. Now, Diana has found her radio home and is broadcasting her series called, “Holiday On Earth™…Journey Into Meaning™”. Diana is the mother of three adult children, Kim, Dayne and Jill, and is the proud grandmother (Mimi) to four adult grandchildren, Dan, Sabra, Jordan and Juliette.


Philosophy talk will remain at 1pm Thursdays

  Thursdays at 1:00pm

 Thursday at 1pm Oct 11 2014

Second-Guessing Ourselves
We like to think of ourselves as self-aware, reflective beings, but psychological studies demonstrate that we’re usually overconfident in the accuracy of our own beliefs. Memory, for example, can be extremely unreliable, even when we feel certain we know what happened. Surprisingly, when we’re made aware of this, we adjust our level of confidence in ourselves only slightly. How, then, can we doubt ourselves in a rational and efficient manner to bring our beliefs closer to reality? And, just as importantly, how do we prevent ourselves from falling into the other extreme of constant second guessing? John and Ken don't think twice with Sherri Roush from UC Berkeley, author of Tracking Truth: Knowledge, Evidence, and Science. This program was recorded live at the Marsh Theatre in Berkeley, California. - See more at: http://philosophytalk.org/shows/second-guessing-ourselves#sthash.8351d8g1.dpuf

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Timelesscool is here to stay . . 2pm to 4pm Weekdays with Lois . And 7pm to 12mid with Tony Jones.

This day in music history -

1955, Bo Diddley appeared on US The Ed Sullivan Show television show. The show had requested that he sang his version of ‘Sixteen Tons’, but, when he appeared on stage, he sang his own song ‘Bo Diddley’ resulting in him being banned from further appearances on the show. More on Bo Diddley
1961, Bob Dylan started recording his debut album over two days at Columbia Recording Studios in New York City
1965, The Supremes had their sixth US No.1 single with the Motown production team, Holland–Dozier–Holland's, 'I Hear A Symphony'.

1967, Strawberry Alarm Clock were at No.1 on the US singles chart with 'Incense And Peppermints'.
1968, The Monkees film 'Head' opened in six US cities. Reviews were harsh and the picture was a box office disaster. More on The Monkees
1971, Isaac Hayes started a two week run at No.1 on the US singles chart with 'Theme From Shaft', it made No.4 in the UK. Hayes won a Grammy award for Best Original Film Score with 'Theme From Shaft'.
1973, American musician, parodist, satirist Allan Sherman died of emphysema ten days before his 49th birthday. Had the 1963 US No.2 & UK No.14 single 'Hello Muddah, Hello Faddah'.
1974, Drummer with The Who, Keith Moon collapsed during a concert after his drink was spiked with horse tranquilliser. 19 year-old Scott Halpin who was in the audience, volunteered to replace him on drums for the remaining three numbers. More on Keith Moon
1975, The Bay City Rollers' Les McKeown was found not guilty of causing the death of a 76 year old woman that he had hit with his car the previous May. Witnesses said that Euphemia Clunie was walking across the road and had changed directions four times. McKeown was convicted of driving recklessly and fined £150 pounds and banned from driving for a year.
1975, The Who kicked off a month-long North American tour at The Summit in Houston. At a party afterwards drummer Keith Moon was arrested for disorderly conduct and spent the night in jail. More on Keith Moon
1976, Paul Simon hosted NBC's Saturday Night Live where he performed live with George Harrison on ‘Here Comes The Sun’ and ‘Homeward Bound’. Paul McCartney and John Lennon were both in New York City watching the show on TV.
1979, Barbra Streisand and Donna Summer were at No.1 on the US singles chart with 'No More Tears, Enough Is Enough', it made No.3 in the UK.
1981, Prince played the first night on his 56-date North American ‘Controversy’ tour at the Stanley Theater in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.
1984, A large crowd of fans watched the unveiling of a Hollywood Walk of Fame Star for Michael Jackson in front of Mann's Chinese Theatre in Los Angeles. Jackson became star number 1,793 on the famed walk. More on Michael Jackson
1991, A Los Angeles court gave Randy Jackson of The Jackson's a 30-day jail sentence for violating a probation order.
1991, The Rolling Stones announced they'd signed a £20 million deal with Virgin Records, to make three albums over six years. More on The Rolling Stones
1998, A study comparing noise levels of rock music, found that older people rated rock music much higher on a loudness scale than younger people. The researchers carried out by Ohio University tested people age 18 to 21 and people ranging in age from 51 to 58. The study asked participants to rate the loudness of rock music played at nine intensities, ranging from 10 decibels to 90 decibels. Participants listened to ‘Heartbreaker’ by Led Zeppelin for 10 seconds at different intensities. At each intensity, the older subjects gave the music higher numerical ratings based on loudness than the younger subjects.
2000, Spice Girl Mel C announced she was quitting the group during a TV interview on the ITV Frank Skinner show.

2001, Madonna's childhood home in Oakland County Michigan, sold at an auction in just 12 minutes. The house, along with a few items of Rock memorabilia was purchased for $331,000.
2002, Former Ultravox member Midge Ure was fined £500 and ordered to pay £35 costs by magistrates in King's Lynn, Norfolk, after he admitted driving without due care and attention. The court heard that Ure was involved in a minor accident in Norfolk while driving his Chrysler people carrier to a concert near Fakenham where he was performing.

2003, Michael Jackson flew to Santa Barbara to be arrested by police. He was seen in handcuffs being taken into the police station. The singer had his mug shot and fingerprints taken before being freed on $3m bail.

2004, Oasis singer Liam Gallagher was fined £40,000 after a fight in a German hotel. Gallagher was arrested along with drummer Alan White and three other members of the band's entourage after the brawl in Munich in December 2002. Gallagher lost two front teeth in the fight, which led to the band abandoning their German tour. More on Oasis
2005, Madonna went to No.1 on the UK album chart with ‘Confessions On A Dancefloor’ the singer's eighth UK No.1 album.

2005, Robbie Williams smashed a Guinness World Record by selling more than 1.6 million tickets for his 2006 World Tour in one day. The tickets, snapped up on the first day of sale, were valued at an estimated £80 million.

2007, Velvet Revolver were forced to cancel a four-city Japanese after their requests for visas was rejected. Officials were said to have refused the band entry to Japan due to previous drug convictions.
2007, Radiohead frontman Thom Yorke admitted he was among the thousands of people who paid nothing to download the band's latest album In Rainbows. Speaking to BBC 6 Music's Steve Lamacq, Yorke said: "There wasn't any point. I just move some money from one pocket to the other." According to one survey, three in five people paid nothing at all for it. Yorke added that no one was allowed to have copies of the master recording in case it was leaked beforehand.

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This week on Heart Rock Radio Norm Stinson from Power Mountain visits with us and tells us about Help the Persecuted Freedom Jam . Fri OCt 24th 7pm -11pm From Mount Pleasant Baptist Church . Come support the prosecuted Christians in the Middle East . Also TMB is at the Upper Room OCt 18th

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Sadly we announced too in today's showing about The Ministry of the NBJ Band coming to a end . Join them for a final concert At Quidneck Baptist Church in Coventry RI on Saturday Oct 11th at 7pm.







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Health & Wellness

Heart Medication Digoxin Linked to Higher Risk of Death for Some

    By Steven Reinberg, HealthDay News

Increase seen in people with certain abnormal heart rhythms, study finds.

Digoxin, a drug that's been used to treat heart problems for about 200 years, might increase the risk of dying in certain patients.

New research suggests that for people who have a particular type of irregular heart rhythm, called atrial fibrillation, taking the drug digoxin may increase the risk of dying by more than 20 percent.

"We found in 122,000 patients with atrial fibrillation, those treated with digoxin were more likely to die [during the study period] than patients prescribed other medications," said lead researcher Dr. Mintu Turakhia, an assistant professor of cardiology at Stanford University School of Medicine in Palo Alto, Calif.

Although the current research found an association between the drug digoxin and a higher risk of death for people with atrial fibrillation or flutter, the study does not show that the drug caused the higher risk of death.

RELATED: 7 Hidden Dangers for People With Atrial Fibrillation

However, Turakhia thinks the risk may be the result of digoxin causing other dangerous abnormal heart rhythms.

"Even though you are being given a drug to slow down your heart rate in atrial fibrillation, it may be causing other problems with your heart that may increase the risk of death," he said.

Digoxin is made from extracts of the foxglove plant, also called digitalis. It has long been a standard treatment for atrial fibrillation, according to background information in the study.

Given that there are other treatments for atrial fibrillation, Turakhia wonders why digoxin should be the treatment of choice for these patients. "There are other safer drugs out there," he said.

Safer alternatives may include drugs known as beta-blockers or calcium channel blockers, Turakhia said. "These have never been tied to an increased risk of death or major concerns with safety," he said.

Turakhia thinks patients taking digoxin for atrial fibrillation should talk with their doctor about possibly switching to another medication.

    A debate over the merits of eating less salt escalated when one of the most comprehensive studies yet suggested cutting back on sodium too much actually poses health hazards

Sodium is an essential nutrient

Sodium is the main component of salt but they are not the same thing. Salt’s chemical name is sodium chloride. Sodium regulates blood pressure and blood volume and affects other such crucial processes as muscle and nerve function.

High levels are associated with cardiovascular risk

New research suggests intake over 6,000 milligrams a day is associated with increased risk of death, heart attack, stroke and heart failure. And there is broad consensus that people with high levels of dietary sodium should reduce it, especially if they have high blood pressure.
Current guidelines call for very low levels

U.S. guidelines promoted by the Food and Drug Administration and other agencies call for daily consumption lower than 2,300 milligrams. The American Heart Association recommends a 1,500-milligram daily cap in sodium intake.

Americans eat a lot of sodium

Current average daily intake in the U.S. is 3,400 milligrams, says the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. More than 75% of dietary sodium comes from food you buy in supermarkets or restaurants; another 12% comes naturally in food; the rest is from the salt shaker.

Reducing intake to low levels hasn’t been shown to produce a benefit

A new global study from Canadian researchers suggests daily intake below 3,000 milligrams is associated with a 27% higher risk of death or serious cardiovascular event within nearly four years.  A report last year from the Institute of Medicine failed to find evidence that compliance with intake below 2,300 milligrams reduces risk of major problems from cardiovascular disease.


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Court: Tesla Motors can sell directly to buyers
Posted: Sep 15, 2014 2:45 PM EST Updated: Sep 15, 2014 2:57 PM EST

BOSTON (AP) - The highest court in Massachusetts has thrown out a lawsuit aimed at blocking Tesla Motors from selling its electric cars directly to consumers.

The Massachusetts State Automobile Dealers Association had sought to prevent the direct sales, citing a state law designed to block car dealers from abuses by car manufacturers.

The Supreme Judicial Court unanimously ruled Monday that the association and two dealers - Herb Connolly Chevrolet and Fisker Norwood - didn't have legal standing to bring the case.

The court said Natick has since given Tesla a license to operate a sales office at the Natick Mall.

World's Largest Ice Sheets Melting At Fastest Rate Ever Recorded

Greenland and Antarctica are home to the two largest ice sheets in the world, and a new report released Wednesday says that they are contributing to sea level rise twice as much as they were just five years ago.

Using the European Space Agency's CryoSat 2 satellite, the Alfred Wegener Institute from Germany has found that western Antarctica and Greenland are losing massive amounts of ice.

"Combined, the two ice sheets are thinning at a rate of 500 cubic kilometres per year," said glaciologist Dr. Angelika Humbert, one of the authors of the AWI study, in a press release. "That is the highest speed observed since altimetry satellite records began about 20 years ago."

The report, published in the online magazine The Cryosphere, says the CryoSat 2 satellite measured over 200 million elevation data points in Antarctica and 14.3 million in Greenland to track the loss of ice mass over the last several years. "When we compare the current data with those from the ICESat satellite from the year 2009, the volume loss in Greenland has doubled since then," said Humbert. "The loss of the West Antarctic Ice Sheet has in the same time span increased by a factor of three."

Somewhat encouragingly, the East Antarctic Ice Sheet is gaining mass. However, those gains are very modest and don't make up for the loss of ice in West Antarctica and Greenland. Greenland is losing 350 cubic kilometers of ice annually, mostly from its southwestern coast, and accounts for almost 75 percent of the total volume lost each year. Together, the flows from Antarctica and Greenland could cover the entire Chicagoland area with 600 meters of ice each year.


Vermont highlights more electric car chargers
Posted: Jul 07, 2014 10:41 AM EST Updated: Jul 07, 2014 10:41 AM EST

MIDDLESEX, Vt. (AP) - It's getting easier to drive an electric vehicle through Vermont between Montreal and Boston.

Top state officials and the head of the state's largest electric utility inaugurated a new vehicle charging station in Middlesex, halfway between the Canadian border and New Hampshire.

One of two stations can charge a car nearly full in 45 minutes.

Gov. Peter Shumlin says it's a big step toward the creation of an electric vehicle corridor between Montreal and Boston.

Officials say electric vehicles cost the equivalent of about a dollar a gallon to drive.

Access to a full network of charging stations is critical since many electric-only vehicles have a short range.

Currently there are 27 charging stations in Vermont with another 15 planned.


North Dakota's Latest Fracking Problem

North Dakota is forced to burn off 30% of the natural gas produced from fracking in the Bakken Shale as infrastructure and regulations struggle to keep pace with its oil boom.

Food-Waste Recycling Faces Hiccups

More states want to recycle their food waste instead of dumping it into landfills, but they have run into a snag: The infrastructure needed to turn huge quantities of table scraps into fertilizer or electricity isn't ready.

Tesla's Clever Patent Move Is Already Paying Off

Tesla may already be reaping the rewards of freeing up its patents.

Four days after CEO Elon Musk offered most of his company’s patents to rivals in hopes of cultivating a bigger electric car market, Nissan and BMW are “keen on talks” to cooperate on charging networks, the Financial Times reported on Sunday.

That pretty much validates why the Silicon Valley company freed up its patents in the first place: Tesla wants its superchargers to become the industry standard.

That way, other companies will use and enlarge Tesla's existing network of 97 charging stations that currently dot a path across the continental United States, making it more and more feasible to swap fuel-burning cars for battery-electric ones, even for long-distance travel.

White House Plans Another Big Climate Push

WASHINGTON -– One year after President Barack Obama rolled out his climate change action plan, the administration is putting fresh emphasis on its environmental agenda.

The White House plans to host two roundtable discussions this week on the economic threats that climate change poses and the "opportunities to overcome those risks," a White House official said in an email Monday night, which emphasized the potential costs of not addressing planet-warming emissions.

Treasury Secretary Jack Lew and White House leaders also plan to meet with billionaire climate activist Tom Steyer and former Treasury Secretary Hank Paulson on Wednesday to discuss a report they will release this week titled, "Risky Business," which assess the economic costs of climate change. Steyer and Paulson are the co-chairs for the report.

Steyer, a former hedge fund manager turned environmental activist, has pledged to spend $100 million backing political candidates who support action on climate change through his political group, NextGen Climate Action. He has focused much of his political work on opposing the Keystone XL pipeline, which the Obama administration is considering for possible approval.

Lew, White House advisers John Podesta and Valerie Jarrett, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration head Kathryn Sullivan and Federal Emergency Management Agency Administrator Craig Fugate on Tuesday will meet with insurance industry representatives on climate impacts.

Obama himself will address the annual dinner of the League of Conservation Voters on Wednesday night. Secretary of Energy Ernest Moniz and Secretary of Interior Sally Jewell plan to speak earlier Wednesday at an event sponsored by the League of Conservation Voters. The group is the biggest electoral spender among environmental groups.



Out in the Movies !!!  

Weekend Report: Moviegoers Thrill to 'Gone Girl,' 'Annabelle' This Weekend

It was a photo finish at the box office this weekend between Gone Girl and Annabelle, though both movies are winners regardless of their rank.

David Fincher's adaptation of Gillian Flynn's immensely popular novel took first place with $37.5 million, while the prequel to The Conjuring was a very close second with $37.1 million. The two movies were seperated by a mere $378,854.

Those impressive debuts led to an overall boom at the box office: the top 12 earned $139.5 million, which is up 21 percent from the same weekend last year (when Gravity led the way with over $55 million). In fact, this is the biggest weekend ever in the month of October.

Playing at 3,014 theaters, Gone Girl opened to $37.5 million this weekend. That's the biggest opening ever for director David Fincher ahead of Panic Room, and its star Ben Affleck's highest debut since Daredevil in 2003.

While it couldn't quite match Shutter Island—also a stylish thriller adaptation from an acclaimed director—it was leagues above similarly well-reviewed October releases like The Social Network ($22.4 million), Argo ($19.4 million) and Captain Phillips ($25.7 million).

Gone Girl's success can be attributed to a few factors, including the star power of the two biggest names attached to the project. Director David Fincher has built up a solid fan base over the past two decades, and Gone Girl appeared to fit nicely in to his crime thriller wheelhouse (along with Seven, Zodiac and The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo).

Affleck has also reestablished himself as an A-list talent in the past few years thanks to his work on Argo and The Town, along with his much-hyped upcoming role in Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice.

The biggest draw, though, was the story itself. Gillian Flynn's novel has been widely read in the past few years, and fans of the book were eager to see how the tricky narrative would translate on the big screen. For non-readers, advertisements nicely established the premise (did Nick Dunne kill his wife?), and the opportunity to unravel the mystery was an enticing one.

Gone Girl's audience skewed older (75 percent 25 and up) and female (60 percent). It received a lukewarm "B" CinemaScore, though anecdotally the word-of-mouth seems stronger than that (think the way The Wolf of Wall Street received a horrible CinemaScore on its way to great holds earlier this year).

Still, the movie probably won't hold up as well as Captain Phillips or The Social Network. Not that it needs to, anyway: based on this debut, it's a safe bet that Gone Girl tops The Curious Case of Benjamin Button ($127.5 million) to become Fincher's highest-grossing movie ever.


  Nov 4th 2014

1  N  Gravity  WB  $55,785,112  -  3,575  -  $15,604  $55,785,112  $100  1
2  1  Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs 2  Sony  $20,950,192  -38.4%  4,001  -  $5,236  $60,006,918  $78  2
3  N  Runner Runner  Fox  $7,706,712  -  3,026  -  $2,547  $7,706,712  $30  1
4  2  Prisoners  WB  $5,748,464  -47.1%  3,236  -54  $1,776  $47,928,432  $46  3
5  3  Rush (2013)  Uni.  $4,477,525  -55.3%  2,308  +11  $1,940  $18,163,844  $38  3
6  5  Don Jon  Rela.  $4,155,261  -52.1%  2,422  -  $1,716  $16,072,578  $6  2
7  4  Baggage Claim  FoxS  $4,075,011  -54.9%  2,230  +203  $1,827  $15,135,092  -  2
8  6  Insidious Chapter 2  FD  $3,899,566  -40.5%  2,607  -513  $1,496  $74,773,153  $5  4
9  N  Pulling Strings  LGF  $2,467,168  -  387  -  $6,375  $2,467,168  -  1
10  11  Enough Said  FoxS  $2,192,642  +4.5%  437  +210  $5,017  $5,429,238  -  3


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Shooting At Florida State University Leaves 1 Dead, 3 Injured

Police officers shot and killed a suspected gunman after he opened fire at Florida State University and wounded at least three people early Thursday, The Associated Press reported.

Students and staff were warned about the incident when sirens began going off on the Tallahassee campus and FSU officials issued an emergency alert about a "dangerous situation."

On the FSU website, students and staff were urged to "seek shelter immediately, away from doors and windows." By 2 a.m., that order had been removed from the site.

At 12:30 a.m., police responded to a call about an active shooter on campus, Tallahassee Police Department spokesman David Northway said. At the time, officers were told that at least one person had already been shot.

When police officers confronted the gunman on the steps of the Strozier Library and ordered him to drop his weapon, the suspect allegedly opened fire, Northway said. The officers then fired back, killing the shooter.

The identity of the gunman has not been released. A motive for the shooting is currently under investigation.

Already buried by epic snowfall, Buffalo pounded by a second wintry wallop

BUFFALO, N.Y. (AP) -- A new blast of lake-effect snow roared through western New York with thunder and lightning on Thursday, raising to nearly 6 feet the three-day total in parts of the Buffalo area before pummeling already buried towns to the south with the threat of 1 to 3 feet more.

But even as it strained roofs and stalled daily life, the snow wasn't the only worry. Forecasters warned a rapid weekend warmup and rain could turn all that snow into floods.

Roofs in Buffalo begin collapsing under weight of snow

BUFFALO, N.Y. (AP) -- Roofs began to creak and collapse under the weight as another storm brought the Buffalo area's three-day snowfall total Thursday to an epic 6 feet or more.

Snow-weary residents of western New York were asked by Gov. Andrew Cuomo to "pretty, pretty please" stay off slippery, car-clogged roads for another day as crews struggled to dig out. Some areas got close to 2 feet of new snow by Thursday afternoon.

The wild card was an expected weekend warmup with rain - raising the specter of flooding and an even heavier load pressing down on roofs, where the snow could absorb the rain like a blanket.

More than 30 people were evacuated from several mobile home parks in suburban Cheektowaga, where roofs were buckling, Bellevue Fire Department Lt. Timothy Roma said. He said more than a dozen buildings and carports collapsed, as did a metal warehouse operated by a Christmas decorations company, where damage was estimated in the millions.

Homeowners and store employees around the region climbed onto roofs to shovel off the snow and reduce the danger.

The immediate concern Thursday was recovering from the 5 feet or more of snow that fell earlier in the week. National Guardsmen drove nurses to work their hospital shifts. State troopers helped elderly residents trapped in their homes. State officials assembled 463 plows, 129 loaders and 40 dump trucks from across the state.

Some Buffalo-area schools were closed for the third day, burning through snow days with winter still a month away.

A stretch of the New York State Thruway through western New York remained closed with more than 300 truckers idled at truck stops and service areas, waiting for the highway to reopen.

Most Americans Support Keystone XL Pipeline

A bill to force authorization of the Keystone XL pipeline failed in the Senate on Tuesday, but most Americans support the proposal, according to a HuffPost/YouGov poll taken before that vote.

A 56 percent majority of Americans support building the pipeline to transport oil from Canada through the United States to oil refineries in Texas. Eighty-three percent of Republicans, 53 percent of independents and 40 percent of Democrats are in favor of it.

Proponents of the project feel more strongly than opponents: 31 percent support the pipeline strongly, while just 12 percent strongly oppose it.

Other recent polling shows similar levels of support for Keystone XL, which will likely resurface as an issue in the next session of Congress, when Republicans will hold the Senate majority. A USA Today survey released this week put approval of the pipeline at 60 percent, while a postelection Pew Research survey found 59 percent approval.

Despite the relatively bipartisan public support for Keystone and Sen. Mary Landrieu's (D-La.) sponsorship of the bill, the legislation is overwhelmingly viewed as a GOP proposal. Americans are about four times more likely to think of Keystone as being supported by Republicans in Congress as they are to say it has bipartisan support.

The Democratic Party holds a narrow edge on environmental issues more broadly, with 38 percent trusting Democrats more than other parties, 31 percent preferring Republicans, and another 31 percent -- mostly independents -- unsure. Just about 1 in 10 Americans, however, named the environment as one of the two issues most important to them before the midterm elections, and fewer than a third remembered it ever being mentioned in political ads or campaign mailers.

Americans are split in their backing for stricter environmental laws, with 40 percent saying they cost too many jobs and hurt the economy, 39 percent saying protecting the environment is worth the cost, and the remaining 21 percent unsure. (A Pew Research poll taken this summer, which asked the same question but didn't include an explicit "unsure" option, found that 56 percent said stricter regulations were worth the cost.)

Bill Cosby's New NBC Show Is No Longer In Development

NBC has confirmed to HuffPost Entertainment that a planned sitcom project with Bill Cosby is no longer in development. The network had no further comment on the matter. A representative for Cosby was not immediately available for comment.

NBC's move comes in the wake of sexual assault allegations that have been levied against the 77-year-old comedian during the last month. Earlier on Wednesday, Netflix also postponed the release of Cosby's new stand-up special, "Bill Cosby 77."

Following the announcements by NBC and Netflix, TV Land pulled all reruns of "The Cosby Show" from its schedule as well.

Plans for Cosby's potential new NBC series were first announced in January of this year. As Deadline.com reported at the time, the show's focus would be Cosby, who was set to star as "the patriarch of a multi-generational family."

In July at the Television Critics Association press tour, NBC entertainment president Jennifer Salke elaborated on the show's planned plot: "Bill plays the patriarch of the family, dispensing his classic wisdom on relationships and parenthood, with three daughters, husbands, and grandchildren." In August, it was confirmed that Cosby and NBC had a deal for a show in place, and that the finished product would likely air in the summer or fall of 2015. Despite the deal, sources told HuffPost Entertainment that NBC never gave an official go-ahead to the series and that the network was waiting on script delivery.

According to Deadline.com, NBC and Cosby will likely reach a monetary settlement over the decision to stop development on the show, which was executive produced by Tom Werner ("The Cosby Show") and written by Mike O'Malley and Mike Sikowitz.




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    Attleboro area legislators saying no to Gov. Patrick’s call to cut aid to cities and towns

Local legislators are resisting a call from the governor for them to cut $25 million in aid to cities and towns to help balance the state budget.

The lawmakers said reductions in aid from a fund that comes from lottery recipients would hurt local communities and impact vital services. They said they would defeat the proposal.

“Not going to happen,” state Rep. Betty Poirier, R-North Attleboro, said.

House Speaker Robert DeLeo also said today he opposes the cuts.

“Understanding the vital role cities and towns play in providing services and jobs, I will not support a reduction of unrestricted local aid,” he said.

“Local aid is integral to helping municipalities accurately assess and plan their budgets so that they can contribute to the overall growth of the Commonwealth’s economy,” he said. “I am currently in discussions with the House Committee on Ways and Means, which is studying the fiscal situation, to review the remaining items.”

DeLeo’s opposition almost guarantees the plan will not pass.

Gov. Deval Patrick made the proposal as part of a $329 million spending reduction package to balance the budget.

The reductions were made necessary when an automatic slice in the income tax took place, reducing state revenue. The Legislature also added to spending through an economic development bill and other measures that contributed to the deficit.
Attleboro lays out timeline on new DPW building

ATTLEBORO - With contractors starting work on a $4 million road that will eventually plow right through the city's public works complex, officials are ramping up plans to get a new one built.

Requests for proposals will be sent out next week, building officials said Wednesday.

Submissions are due Dec. 10 and the city's municipal building commission plans to recommend an architect to Mayor Kevin Dumas by Dec. 17.

Director of Budget and Administration Barry LaCasse said the aim is move into the new public works facility by Dec. 1 of next year.

Commission Chairman Jack Jacobi warned the board there will likely be extra meetings in January as the effort picks up steam.

Preliminary plans call for construction of a 24,000-square-foot pre-engineered metal building on a 10-acre Lamb Street parcel where the city's new fueling station is already under construction.

The building will house DPW trucks, a repair shop and offices. Salt, sand and other materials will be stored on the site.

A new garage and repair facility for the water department will be designed at the same time to save the city cash on architectural fees. That building will be constructed at the water treatment plant off West Street.

Costs are not yet known for either building.

LaCasse said the timeline calls for demolition of current public works garages off Wall Street starting around May 1.

The new road, dubbed River Front Road, will run about 2,000 feet between Olive and Wall streets and is a key part of the city's transit-oriented downtown revitalization plan.



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November 20 History

1998 - The first module of the International Space Station, Zarya, is launched.

1985 - Microsoft Windows 1.0 is released.

1962 - The Cuban Missile Crisis ends. Soviet Union agrees to withdraw missiles from Cuba, and President Kennedy ends Caribbean quarantine

1947 - NBC's political talk show "Meet the Press" premieres

1789 - New Jersey becomes the first U.S. state to ratify the Bill of Rights (the first 10 Amendments to the Constitution of the United States).

This Day In Business

1974 - The United States Department of Justice files an anti-trust suit against AT&T - AT&T and its Bell System are forced to break up.

This Day In Entertainment

1992 - "Malcolm X" the movie premieres, starring Denzel Washington, directed by Spike Lee

This Day In Geography

1917 - Ukraine declares itself a republic.

This Day In Sports

1982 - Cal-Stanford football game ends with amazing last second kickoff return touchdown.


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The president spoke of devotion to the common weal and the hope of creating a better country.

"'Higher healthcare costs'? No one could be for that, so the campaign [against it] looks like a flag-carrier for the public weal." — Michael Hiltzik, Los Angeles Times, October 10, 2014


Weal is most often used in contexts referring to the general good. One reads, for example, of the "public weal" or the "common weal." The latter of these led to the formation of the noun commonweal, a word that once referred to an organized political entity, such as a nation or state, but today usually means "the general welfare." The word commonwealth shares these meanings, but its situation is reversed; the "political entity" sense of commonwealth is still current, whereas the "general welfare" sense has become archaic. At one time, weal and wealth were also synonyms; both meant "riches" ("all his worldly weal") and "well-being." Both words stem from wela, the Old English word for "well-being," and are closely related to the Old English word for "well."


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