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    Ben Affleck reflected on playing Batman over the span of several superhero films, naming Justice League as by far 'the worst experience' of them all. The 49-year-old actor called the filming process 'awful' for a 'confluence' of reasons, and said it made him want to retire from the superhero all together before The Flash came along. 'That became the moment where I said, "I'm not doing this anymore," he confessed to the Los Angeles Times while speaking about the movie — which he called the 'nadir' of his life. Low point: Ben Affleck, 49, reflected on playing Batman over the span of several superhero films, naming Justice League as by far 'the worst experience' of them all for a 'confluence' of reasons; Affleck pictured 2021 (left) and in 2017's Justice League (right) The Tender Bar actor spoke candidly about his involvement with the 2017 DC Comics film, and how it was the catalyst for now only taking on projects that make him 'happy.'   'It was really Justice League that was the nadir for me. That was a bad experience because of a confluence...
    BOISE, Idaho (AP) — The Biden administration has affirmed a Trump administration interpretation of high-level radioactive waste that is based on the waste’s radioactivity rather than how it was produced. The U.S. Department of Energy announcement last week means some radioactive waste from nuclear weapons production stored in Idaho, Washington and South Carolina could be reclassified and moved for permanent storage elsewhere. “After extensive policy and legal assessment, DOE affirmed that the interpretation is consistent with the law, guided by the best available science and data, and that the views of members of the public and the scientific community were considered in its adoption,” the agency said in a statement to The Associated Press on Wednesday. The Biden administration’s affirmation of the new interpretation came after various groups offered letters of support and opposition to the agency after Biden became president, leading to the notice in the Federal Register making clear where the administration stood. Biden has reversed Trump policy in other areas. The policy has to do with nuclear waste generated from the reprocessing of spent nuclear fuel...
    By Michael Hurley, CBS Boston BOSTON (CBS) — Matthew Slater is a respected veteran football player, a longtime Patriots captain, and an ambassador for the New England Patriots and the sport of football as a whole. So when he speaks, the 36-year-old chooses his words carefully. Very rarely over the course of his 14-year career has one of his mistakes been in the spotlight in a negative fashion. But an unsportsmanlike conduct penalty on Slater for not immediately returning to the field of play after getting blocked out of bounds ultimately negated what would have been a game-changing play in the Patriots’ favor. Slater’s penalty came midway through the third quarter. Slater, lined up as the gunner along the right sideline, was blocked out of bounds and didn’t make an effort to get back onto the field of play, instead sprinting up the Patriots’ sideline before returning to the field of play and forcing a fumble. It could have been a huge play, but it obviously did not count. After the enforcement of the 15-yard penalty, the Patriots punted again, the Buccaneers took over near...
    The Taliban on Tuesday said they were working to form a government that would be centered on Sharia law and urged Afghans to live "within the framework of Islam." In the first press conference since taking control of Afghanistan on Sunday, spokesperson Zabihullah Mujahid sought to assure the international community that human rights would be respected.  But the rapid 10-day takeover of Afghanistan by the Taliban has left Western nations concerned for the safety of not only Afghans who worked with the U.S. during the 20-year war but for the well-being of women and girls.  What is Sharia law?Sharia law is an Islamic legal system that derives its principles from the Quran and the Hadith, a collection of teachings from Prophet Muhammad. The law works as a social and cultural construct that varies between Muslim groups and nationalities. "When Americans talk about Sharia law, it’s like talking about state law without ever identifying which state we’re talking about," senior fellow at the American Enterprise Institute (AEI) Michael Rubin told Fox News. "The fact of the matter is there is no single consensus...
    SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) -- We're just over a month away from San Francisco public schools returning to full-time in-person instruction on Aug. 16.With the countdown on, there are still a lot of questions. Tuesday, the school district will hopefully answer them during a town hall.RELATED: San Francisco Unified approves unexpectedly high number of medical exemptions from staff, teachersThere will be three different meetings this week in English, Spanish and Cantonese. They are for families and teachers as the district prepares to welcome students back for full-time in-person learning."We are looking forward to welcoming all students back in the fall, and appreciate the support from UCSF to ensure our families and staff are ready for a safe return," San Francisco Unified Superintendent Dr. Vincent Matthews said in a statement.Educators say they will discuss the safety protocols that will be in place, the science behind the transmission of COVID-19 and state and county guidelines.EXCLUSIVE: SFUSD committee chair steps down, cites lack of planning to address learning lossEMBED More News Videos A high-ranking committee chair for the San Francisco Unified School District stepped...
    Capturing the perfect photograph can be difficult, but this graphic designer has proven we don't need to take our snaps too seriously. James Fridman, who is from the UK, but currently resides in the US, has racked up over 2 million followers on Instagram, after sharing his hilarious responses to requests for photo editing. Constative has rounded up a selection of James's most recent work that have gone viral because of his creative PhotoShop skills - including two men who asked for some dramatic thunder to be added to their photo, only to be wiped out by a lightening bolt. Another snap has the illusion of a woman holding a watering can, after she asked the graphic designer to remove the stair pole.   Here, FEMAIL reveals some of the most amusing photo edits...   Constative has rounded up a selection of James Fridman's most recent responses to requests for photo editing - including two people who were replaced by a lightening bolt LIGHTS, camera, action! One person asked James to alter the angle of their photo, but was almost...
    The White House livestream of President BidenJoe BidenTulane adds Hunter Biden as guest speaker on media polarization Trump discussing resumption of MAGA rallies: report Biden's unavoidable foreign policy crisis MORE’s joint address to Congress on Wednesday evening included an American Sign Language (ASL) interpreter, the first time in history an administration has provided ASL interpretation for such a congressional address. Prior to his address on Wednesday, Biden announced on Twitter that the White House livestream would include ASL interpretation to make the speech “accessible for all Americans.” To make tonight’s joint address accessible for all Americans, every White House livestream will have American Sign Language (ASL) interpretation for the first time in history. You can learn more about how to tune in here: https://t.co/0MicNU8f7S— President Biden (@POTUS) April 28, 2021 The White House stream featured a small box on the right side of the screen, next to a video of Biden delivering his remarks. Another presidential first tonight: the @WhiteHouse has a livestream for the #JointAddress that features an ASL interpreter and helpful commentary from the members of...
    Getty Curry and Beverley battle for the rock There are few guys in the NBA who raise the hackles of players and pundits more than Los Angeles Clippers point guard Patrick Beverley. Over his nine-year career, Beverley has been known primarily for two things: aggressive on-ball defense and a knack for annoying the living daylights out of opposing players — the former often leading to the latter. With elite trash-talking in his repertoire and a manic battery that parties all game long, Beverley’s been named All-Defensive three times (2014, 2017 and 2020) and is often praised by current and former players as being one of the toughest matchups in the league. Follow the Heavy on Clippers Facebook page for the latest breaking news, rumors and content out of Clipper Nation! Follow Heavy on Clippers Last April, Hall of Famer and defensive icon Gary Payton said Beverley and Boston’s Marcus Smart were the two active players who most resembled his style, that they are both “dogs on the defensive end.” And last week on the podcast “Dubs...
    The source behind the Washington Post story that alleged President Donald Trump urged a Georgia election official to "find the fraud” stands by the crux of it, despite the editor's note affixed to the top of the story. The Washington Post previously reported that during a Dec. 23 phone call between Trump and Georgia’s top election investigator, Frances Watson, the former commander in chief allegedly said that she could be a “national hero” if her investigation turned up fraud. The account of the call was based on one source who was described as “an individual familiar with the call who spoke on the condition of anonymity because of the sensitivity of the conversation.” 'SOMETHING BAD HAPPENED': RECORDING OF TRUMP CALL TO GEORGIA INVESTIGATOR REVEALED Their source was Jordan Fuchs, the deputy secretary of state, who said Watson told her about the then-president’s remarks. The Washington Post outed her as the source this week and added a correction to the two-month-old piece after the Wall Street Journal released a recording of the conversation. “The recording revealed that The...
    The prison surveillance judge has decided keep third grade for the seven independence leaders who were incarcerated in the Lledoners prison. Oriol Junqueras, Jordi Sánchez, Jordi Turull, Raül Romeva, Josep Rull and Jordi Cuixart will remain, for the moment, in a semi-release regime until the appeal presented by the Prosecutor’s Office is resolved. This decision comes a day after the Barcelona Supervisory Court number 1 agreed to maintain the semi-release regime for the former councilor Bassa Pain and the former president of the Parliament Carme forcadell that the Generalitat granted before the 14F elections. The court has not yet ruled on the appeal that concerns the former Interior Minister Joaquim Forn, Although according to legal sources, it is foreseeable that he adopts a decision identical to that of the rest of the Lledoners inmates, since he only has to enter to assess the suspension and not the merits of the matter. In this way, the independence leaders convicted of sedition they can continue in semi-freedom -which allows them to leave jail daily and return alone to sleep, from...
    By Rodolfo León 0 COMMENTS 02/16/2021 4:58 pm Throughout its entire existence, the Joker It has gone through different artistic styles of its different interpreters and caricaturists. The Clown Prince of Crime has hardly changed much from its original designs, and with good reason, but thanks to the Art director from the new God of War, we got an updated look at the nemesis of Batman. As has happened before, Raf grassetti has shared a new illustration of the Joker that he made in collaboration with DC Comics and Scorpion Comics for a new villain story. In fact, this same illustration will be the cover for this new comic and here you can see it: As fans of Batman You know, it’s not an easy task to create a unique version of the Joker, and although what he did Grasetti It is not something out of what we are used to seeing, its new design certainly fits the personality of the villain and lets us see how talented this artist is. Source: Raf Grasetti ...
    A graphic designer who earned viral fame with his very literal interpretations of Photoshop requests has returned with another round of ingenious creations.  James Fridman, who was born in the UK but now lives in the US, has left social media users in stitches after sharing his latest quirky commissions on Twitter. He has so far racked up nearly two million followers after putting his own spin on people's tweak requests. Among the most amusing results includes one woman who got more than she bargained for after asking James to move her closer to the camera in a scenic waterfall shot. Elsewhere, he superimposed a plate of raw meat onto a woman's hand after she asked the designer to move the cows in the background 'a little closer'.   James Fridman, who was born in the UK but now lives in the US, has left social media users in stitches after sharing his latest quirky commissions on Twitter. This woman thought she would have the swimmer in the background removed... but instead James got rid of her head This woman asked for...
    Members of the Minneapolis City Council are backtracking and revealing they have regrets on their collapsed promise to dismantle the city's police department, saying the pledge was 'up for interpretation'.  On June 7 the council released a pledge to dismantle the Minneapolis police department and replace it with a new community support and outreach system following the May 25 death of George Floyd.  However, that effort was stalled in early August when the city’s Charter Commission voted to pause the amendment to dissolve and replace the police force and voted to take 90 more days to review it.  Council members have revealed that they didn't state their intentions clearly and it caused confusion among officials, activists and the public. Councilor Phillipe Cunningham said the language in the pledge was 'up for interpretation' and that even after the pledge was released, 'it was very clear that most of us had interpreted that language differently, according to New York Times report. Members of the Minneapolis City Council are backtracking and revealing they have regrets on their collapsed promise to dismantle the city's...
    Chennai, Jul 22 (PTI): Thalaivar Rajinikanth on Wednesday lauded the Tamil Nadu government for taking action against a YouTube channel, which had allegedly denigrated Lord Murugan and said religious hatred and “God-baiting” should at least stop now. The denigration of “Kanda Sashti Kavacham,” a Tamil hymn sung in praise of the Lord, had hurt ‘crores of Tamils,” he said in a tweet. “My wholehearted appreciation to the Tamil Nadu government for the quick action taken against those who had very badly denigrated Kanda Sashti Kavacham and hurt many crores of Tamils,” he said, and welcomed the reported removal of related videos from the channel. Rajinikanth’s Pic Driving A Lamborghini Goes Viral; Thalaivar Fans Trend #LionInLamborghini On Twitter. He described the vulgar interpretation of the hymn as a “lowly act”. “Atleast now, let religious hatred and God-baiting end… it has to,” he said in the Tamil tweet. Four people, including the anchor who appeared in the video, have been so far arrested, with the city asking YouTube to block the channel for the alleged offensive content. After Rajinikanth and Vijay, Ajith Receives...
    The leader of Greater New York Black Lives Matter said he stood by comments from some in his organization advocating for the destruction of property as a means of achieving the group's goal of equal justice in America. "This country is built upon violence. What was the American Revolution, what’s our diplomacy across the globe? We go in, and we blow up countries, and we replace their leaders with leaders who we like," Hawk Newsome said Wednesday on Fox News. "So for any American to accuse us of being violent is extremely hypocritical." Anchor Martha MacCallum pressed Newsome about his comments warning that social activists would "burn down" the current power structure in America if elected leaders in the country did not meet the group's demands. "The only reason why I posed that first question to you the way that I did is I watched you talking on a bunch of different interviews today, and you said, “burn it down.” You said, “Burn it down, it’s time.” That makes me think you want to burn it down,"...
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