Tag Archives: First

Weekend Roundup: Trump’s ‘America First’ Posture Is The Midwife Of A Post-American World

EDITORS: Nathan Gardels, Co-Founder and Executive Advisor to the Berggruen Institute, is the Editor-in-Chief of The WorldPost. Kathleen Miles is the Executive Editor of The WorldPost. Farah Mohamed is the Managing Editor of The WorldPost. Alex Gardels and Peter Mellgard are the Associate Editors of The WorldPost. Suzanne Gaber is the Editorial Assistant of The WorldPost. Rosa O’Hara is the Social Editor of The WorldPost. Katie Nelson is News Director at HuffPost, overseeing The WorldPost and HuffPost’s news coverage. Nick Robins-Early and Jesselyn Cook are World Reporters.

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Simon Cowell with His New Boy Band ‘Pretty Much’ … The First Pics (PHOTO GALLERY)

Simon Cowell

New Boy Band Uncovered …

Pretty Much!

5/13/2017 1:00 AM PDT


Simon Cowell is up to his old tricks with all new talent, we suspect … and after doing some digging and putting together a few pieces … we’re certain you’re looking at the first shots of his next group of young hitmakers.

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‘The Simpsons’ Spoofs Trump’s First 100 Days (VIDEO + PHOTOS)

‘The Simpsons’

Spoofs Trump’s First 100 Days …

Kill Spicer, Put Ivanka On SCOTUS

4/27/2017 7:49 AM PDT

The Simpsons” envision Ivanka Trump as a Supreme Court Justice, and Sean Spicer killing himself … at least in the show’s version of Donald Trump‘s first 100 days in office.

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Progressive Hindus Declare Queens Temple The First Sanctuary Of Its Kind In U.S.

NEW YORK — Revelation came to Sunita Viswanath one summer morning six years ago, as she set down to read the newspapers in her living room in Taos, New Mexico.

There was a story in The New York Times about Rohan Narine, a young American Hindu community organizer who wanted to screen the 2008 animated movie, “Sita Sings The Blues,” by trailblazing Jewish female director Nina Paley. Narine chose his uncle’s Hindu temple as the location, hoping the screening could be part of a series of events through which young Sikhs and Hindus — the two dominant religions in his Indo-Caribbean community — could “get to know each other.”

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Fetty Wap’s Crew Fired First, Only Their Shots Landed in Shootout

3/28/2017 1:00 AM PDT


0327-fetty-wap-TMZ-3Fetty Wap‘s crew fired off the only bullets that landed in the shootout after he was robbed — including a possible self-inflicted gunshot wound … TMZ has learned.

Eyewitnesses at the scene tell us a member of Fetty’s crew fired first at Raheem Thomas‘ crew in retaliation Sunday morning … and then that same person allegedly accidentally shot himself in the thigh. 

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The tale of how Mumbai’s first ‘floating’ hotel came into being

After three years of battling with bureaucracy, Chetan Bhende and wife Manju can finally enjoy the sunset on the sun deck of the AB Celestial. Pics/Pradeep Dhivar
After three years of battling with bureaucracy, Chetan Bhende and wife Manju can finally enjoy the sunset on the sun deck of the AB Celestial. Pics/Pradeep Dhivar

What does it take to stay afloat? After three years of doing the rounds of government offices and ministries, seeking 108 permissions for Maharashtra’s first floatel, Chetan Bhende, proprietor of AB Celestial, might just have the answer. Docked at Mahim Bay, overlooking the majestic Bandra Worli Sea Link, the floating hotel has had the city curious for the past week. After pictures of it began to do the rounds of social media, it has got a thumbs-up from over nine lakh Facebook users, say Bhende and wife Manju. But, the journey wasn’t easy.

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Trump’s First Two Months

You’ll have to forgive me for writing this so early, since the tradition is to give a new president 100 days before such an evaluation, but these are not normal times. It’s only been two months since Trump took office, but it certainly feels like a lot longer than that. Trump’s pace has been pretty frantic during this period, which is the main reason why I decided to take a quick look at how Trump’s presidency measures up to his campaign rhetoric.

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