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People Stone Temple Pilots deny Scott Stapp was ever close to replacing Scott Weiland as their new lead singer

Despite recent comments, Scott Stapp is not, nor has he ever been considered as the singer for STP. I can’t confirm or deny,” Stapp replied.Making the interview more bizarre, Stapp then said that there was a “6 degree separation connection” between his new project and Stone Temple Pilots. ”After the interview, when news of his potential joining of Stone Temple Pilots began making headlines, a representative for Stapp told Consequence of Sound “Right now Scott is busy on his solo tour.
Daily News
04/05
18 Points

Trudy Rubin: Trump's foreign policy is incomprehensible

The Trump foreign policy doctrine can be summed up in one word: meshugas. Indeed, the speech is such a crazy mashup of contradictions one can't be certain what, if anything, Trump believes in. My grandmother would have had a Yiddish word for Donald Trump's "major" foreign policy speech last week: meshugas. Indeed, the Trump talk was so incoherent, so full of contradictions, that, in normal times, it would have been quickly relegated to the realm of late-night comics.
San Jose Mercury News
04/05
14 Points

Money France threatens 'no' to US-EU trade zone, amid new tensions

Still, EU negotiator Ignacio Garcia Bercero said Monday that major disagreements remain between the two sides following the 13th round of talks last week. The EU chief negotiator said several Greenpeace conclusions were "false" while Kincaid said the interpretations were misleading and sometimes wrong. European officials appear to be toughening their rhetoric after Greenpeace leaked large amounts of confidential negotiating documents that suggest the EU is coming under U.S.
San Jose Mercury News
04/05
12 Points

Arts Larry Wilmore's n-word toward Obama 'came from genuine place,' White House spokesman says

WASHINGTON (AP) -- The White House said Monday that President Barack Obama wasn't offended by comedian Larry Wilmore's use of a racial slur at Saturday night's White House Correspondents' Association dinner. Earnest also said he's confident Wilmore used the word by design and was seeking to be provocative. Wilmore concluded his remarks noting progress on race and how much it meant to him that a black man was president.
San Jose Mercury News
03/05
17 Points

France threatens 'no' to US-EU trade zone, amid new tensions

policies that give greater freedom to trade in genetically modified food, chlorine-rinsed poultry and hormone-treated beef.France is also protective of subsidies to its film industry, fearing eventual domination by deep-pocketed Hollywood. election campaign is complicating negotiations, making it increasingly unlikely that President Barack Obama can achieve a deal before leaving office.France and some other European countries with rich culinary and farming traditions are particularly concerned about U.S.
The Denver Post
03/05
11 Points

Larry Wilmore's n-word toward Obama 'came from genuine place,' White House spokesman says

WASHINGTON (AP) -- The White House said Monday that President Barack Obama wasn't offended by comedian Larry Wilmore's use of a racial slur at Saturday night's White House Correspondents' Association dinner. Earnest also said he's confident Wilmore used the word by design and was seeking to be provocative. Wilmore concluded his remarks noting progress on race and how much it meant to him that a black man was president.
San Jose Mercury News
03/05
7 Points
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'Holy Fire,' fireworks: Orthodox Christians celebrate Easter

Patriarch Kirill of Moscow, head of the world's largest Orthodox Church, officiated at the service, attended by some 5,000.In Greece, the faithful attended Easter Mass holding candles lit with "Holy Fire" from the Church of the Holy Sepulchre in Jerusalem. Eastern Orthodox churches celebrated Easter this week, using the older Julian calendar.Russian President Vladimir Putin and Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev attended an Easter midnight Mass in Moscow's Christ the Savior Cathedral.
The Denver Post
02/05
13 Points
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People Emily Ratajkowski's unlikely celebrity idol? Patti Smith

"A boat party, with like 30 people. And she was just on that boat for two hours. It took me so long to work up the courage."Hopefully, Ratajkowski gets to meet the Commander-in-Chief this weekend, and that he's almost as cool as the rock 'n' roll icon. "She's the queen, man!".
USA Today
01/05
11 Points

Sports President Barack Obama's last chance to zing Washington

Terrence McCoy of The Washington Post and Neela Banerjee, John Cushman Jr., David Hasemyer and Lisa Song of InsideClimate, winners of the Edgar A. Norah O'Donnell of CBS News, winner of the Merriman Smith award for broadcast journalism. He is now host of "The Nightly Show with Larry Wilmore."Proceeds from the dinner go toward journalism scholarships and awards.This year's winners are:. Poe award, which recognizes excellence in coverage of events or investigative topics of regional or national interest.
The Denver Post
30/04
16 Points

English soccer team, 5,000-1 longshots, close in on title

Academy Award winning actor Tom Hanks last week said he had put 100 pounds on the Foxes (the payoff would be half-a-million pounds) but industry professionals think he was joking. The reality of paying 100,000 pounds each to the handful of people thought to have placed 20 pounds on The Foxes is galling to the firm's bean counters, said Crilly."Doom? Maybe not," he said.
The Denver Post
30/04
8 Points

White House 2016: Clinton gears up for Trump in fall race

Emmy Ruiz, who led a crucial Nevada primary win for Clinton, will handle Colorado. Ed Rendell, a close Clinton ally, is urging the campaign to hold a major speech . Trump's comments that Clinton's political success was due to her playing the "woman's card."An all-but-settled Democratic race also allows Clinton to raise money and cut primary spending on ads. Simone Ward, political director of the campaign committee for Senate Democratic races, will run Clinton's Florida operation.
The Denver Post
30/04
7 Points
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West Point on track to get first female dean

Cindy Jebb to be the academy's next dean of the academic board.She also has been nominated for appointment to brigadier general.BEN CARSON ADMITS HE LIED ABOUT WEST POINT SCHOLARSHIP, INSISTS STORIES ABOUT TROUBLED CHILDHOOD ARE TRUEIf confirmed by Congress, she will replace Brig. Tim Trainor after he retires in June.Jebb is currently head of West Point's department of social sciences.She is a 1982 West Point graduate.
Daily News
30/04
7 Points

Sports President Obama celebrates jazz at the White House

President Barack Obama and first lady Michelle Obama are celebrating International Jazz Day a day early with a concert at the White House.Borrowing a line from trumpet player Dizzy Gillespie, who ran for president in 1964, Obama says he intends to turn the White House into the "Blues House" with Friday night's concert.Obama says he first obtained an appreciation of jazz when a father he "barely knew" came to visit him for about a month in Honolulu.
The Denver Post
30/04
4 Points

Sports President Obama celebrates jazz at the White House

President Barack Obama and first lady Michelle Obama are celebrating International Jazz Day a day early with a concert at the White House.Borrowing a line from trumpet player Dizzy Gillespie, who ran for president in 1964, Obama says he intends to turn the White House into the "Blues House" with Friday night's concert.Obama says he first obtained an appreciation of jazz when a father he "barely knew" came to visit him for about a month in Honolulu.
The Denver Post
30/04
4 Points
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