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Source: Global News

Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison has 2 left feet thanks to brutal Photoshop fail

Thursday 11:46 GMT

Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison has two left feet thanks to a brutal Photoshop job by a staff member who may or may not have been using Microsoft Paint.

The Aussie prime minister was left walking in circles after a family photo that was meant to be Morrison’s official image on his website was doctored by a staff member to edit out a pair of grubby shoes Morrison was wearing in the picture.

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Source: Fox News

Florida election official Brenda Snipes' constitutional rights violated when she was suspended, judge rules

Friday 03:20 GMT

Former Broward County elections supervisor Brenda Snipes may be getting redeemed, as a Florida federal judge ruled Wednesday that former Gov. and current Sen. Rick Scott violated her constitutional rights when he suspended and “vilified” her without first allowing her to make her own case. U.S. District Judge Mark Walker said newly inaugurated Gov. Ron DeSantis must grant Snipes a “meaningful opportunity to be heard” regarding her suspension by March 31.

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Source: Fox News

Florida election official Brenda Snipes' constitutional rights violated when she was suspended, judge rules

Friday 03:20 GMT

Former Broward County elections supervisor Brenda Snipes may be getting redeemed, as a Florida federal judge ruled Wednesday that former Gov. and current Sen. Rick Scott violated her constitutional rights when he suspended and “vilified” her without first allowing her to make her own case. U.S. District Judge Mark Walker said newly inaugurated Gov. Ron DeSantis must grant Snipes a “meaningful opportunity to be heard” regarding her suspension by March 31.

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Source: Global News

Scott Brison resigns from federal Liberal cabinet

Friday 12:40 GMT

Scott Brison is resigning from Prime Minister Justin Trudeau‘s cabinet after deciding he won’t run for re-election this fall.

Brison has denied accusations levelled by Norman’s lawyers and echoed by opposition MPs that he lobbied on behalf of Halifax-based Irving Shipbuilding, which wanted the Liberals to cancel the Davie deal and hire Irving for the supply-ship job instead.

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Source: CTV

Liberal minister Scott Brison resigns from cabinet, not seeking re-election

Friday 14:30 GMT

Longtime MP Scott Brison is resigning from Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s cabinet and will not be seeking re-election this fall.

Brison served as minister of public works and government services under Liberal prime minister Paul Martin, and for some time was the party’s finance critic. “They say life begins at 50, well I’m 51 and ready for new challenges,” Brison said in a video posted to social media.

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Source: Global News

Cabinet shuffle coming Monday after Scott Brison announces resignation

Friday 18:10 GMT

Global News has confirmed the shuffle comes as a result of the decision by Treasury Board President Scott Brison to resign after 22 years as an MP.

Brison has denied accusations levelled by Norman’s lawyers and echoed by opposition MPs that he lobbied on behalf of Halifax-based Irving Shipbuilding, which wanted the Liberals to cancel the Davie deal and hire Irving for the supply-ship job instead.

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Source: Fox News

Florida governor suspends Broward County Sheriff Scott Israel

Saturday 21:49 GMT

Broward County Sheriff Scott Israel, who faced criticism over his department’s response to the deadly Parkland, Florida, school shooting last year, was officially suspended by newly sworn-in Gov. Ron DeSantis on Friday.

Calls for Israel to resign came shortly after the deadly shooting unfolded and in April, the Broward Sheriff's Office Deputies Association voted "no confidence" in him.

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Source: The Guradian

Parkland shooting: Florida governor suspends sheriff over high school attack

Sunday 03:18 GMT

Florida’s governor, Ron DeSantis, has suspended the local sheriff criticized for the police response to last year’s mass shooting that left 17 dead at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland.

Broward County Sheriff’s Office training on active shooters was inadequate, according to the report, which recommended arming teachers and spending more on school security and mental health to prevent similar mass shootings.

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Source: The Guradian

Parkland shooting: Florida governor suspends sheriff over high school attack

Sunday 03:18 GMT

Florida’s governor, Ron DeSantis, has suspended the local sheriff criticized for the police response to last year’s mass shooting that left 17 dead at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland.

Broward County Sheriff’s Office training on active shooters was inadequate, according to the report, which recommended arming teachers and spending more on school security and mental health to prevent similar mass shootings.

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Source: Common Domain

Oceanside Mexican Villa Lists for $13 Million

Tuesday 20:55 GMT

The oceanside Casa Millas, which was listed on Jan. 1, includes a 17,000-square-foot, six-bedroom main house, five swimming pools and a 1,000-square-foot guest house, which features an additional two guest bedrooms, said Scott Davidson, the listing agent from Christie’s International Real Estate.

Mr. Butera—who resides in Aspen and would visit Casa Millas in the fall and spring—has decided to sell his Mexican home now because of his 13-year-old son’s love and talent for playing golf.

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Source: The Guradian

Beyond borders: the artists using their work to take on division

Wednesday 08:04 GMT

The movement has been ongoing since the 1980s, even earlier, with artists responding critically to the division of border walls through their work.

“This artwork has become increasingly relevant and I hope helps people imagine a world that didn’t have America defending borders like these.”

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Source: The Guradian

Andrew Wheeler: Trump's EPA pick says climate change 'not the greatest crisis'

Today 06:05 GMT

A former coal lobbyist Donald Trump has nominated to run the Environmental Protection Agency on Wednesday touted rolling back pollution standards and declined to identify climate change as a crisis requiring unprecedented action from the US.

Andrew Wheeler, the deputy administrator who took over when his predecessor Scott Pruitt resigned after months of controversy, said in his confirmation hearing that he is carrying out the president’s “regulatory reform agenda”. Wheeler called the US the “gold standard for environmental progress”.


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