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    PETER Pan and Captain Hook fought over him in Steven Spielberg's 1992 classic film Hook. Nearly 30 years on, former child star Charlie Korsmo looks totally different plying his trade as a university law lecturer. 2Charlie Korsmo has made a name for himself as a lawyer 2His most famous acting role is Jack Banning in HookCredit: Rex The 43-year-old played Peter Pan's [Robin Williams] son Jack Banning in the fantasy epic in which he and his sister are kidnapped and brainwashed by fearsome pirate Hook [Dustin Hoffman]. The villain tries moulding the youngster in his own image, dressing him in a black wig and pirate attire, and caters to his every whim. And fictional island Neverland's hazy dreamlike atmosphere soon has him forgetting who his father really is. But in the nick of time, Williams' lawyer character Peter Banning realises, with the help of Tinkerbell [Julia Roberts] and the lost boys, that he is in fact the grown up Peter Pan and returns to Hook's ship to rescue his kids. Despite Hook's box office success and award nominations, Charlie's acting...
    "We've got about 300,000 to 400,000 egg-laying chickens in Massachusetts. We've got about 7 million people, so do the math," Mitchell explained. The new standards, which apply to all egg products, cover eggs imported from other states, as well. "[It's] not just eggs. It's egg products, as well," Bob Beauregard, general manager of The Country Hen in Hubbardston, told WCVB. "So hard-cooked eggs, liquid eggs would all have to be removed from the shelf come Jan. 1 if the law does not change."What else?The state's Republican governor, Charlie Baker, voted for the ballot measure in 2016. But now he's joining the chorus of concerned residents. This week, he urged lawmakers to make necessary changes to ward off th embarrassing crisis. “Everyone is already paying too much at the grocery store, and not addressing this egg supply issue will further drive up costs,” Baker tweeted Tuesday afternoon. "I urge lawmakers to reach consensus soon before these rules go into effect in January." Everyone is already paying too much at the grocery store and not addressing this egg supply issue will further...
    (CNN)Here is a look at the life of Charles "Charlie" Munger, business partner of Warren Buffett. PersonalBirth date: January 1, 1924Birth place: Omaha, NebraskaBirth name: Charles Thomas MungerRead MoreFather: Alfred C. Munger, lawyerMother: Florence "Toody" (Russell) MungerMarriages: Nancy (Barry) Munger, (1956-February 6, 2010, her death); Nancy (Huggins) Munger (divorced in 1953)Children: with Nancy B. Munger: Charlie Jr., Emilie, Barry and Philip; with Nancy H. Munger: Wendy, Molly and Teddy (deceased, leukemia, age 9)Education: Attended the University of Michigan and California Institute of Technology. Harvard University, J.D., 1948Other FactsAt Caltech, he studied physics to become a meteorologist for the US Army Air Corps. Munger entered law school without an undergraduate degree and graduated magna cum laude. Known for using the term "lollapalooza effect" - "when anywhere from 2 to 4 forces all are driving investment in the same direction."Timeline1959 - Meets Warren Buffett at a dinner party. 1962-1975 - Operates Wheeler, Munger and Company, an investment counseling firm. 1965 - Stops practicing law. 1978-present - Vice chairman of Berkshire Hathaway. January 1984-2011 - Chairman of the board and CEO of Wesco...
    By: KDKA-TV News Staff PITTSBURGH (KDKA) – A long-time public servant with the Pittsburgh Police and then the Allegheny County Police, Charles Moffat died at 80-years-old. READ MORE: Former Steelers WR Louis Lipps Jr. Arrested On DUI Charges On Mt. WashingtonMoffat was a pillar in law enforcement, for over 35 years on the Pittsburgh Police force he rose from patrolman to deputy chief. He then moved to the Allegheny County Police Department to serve as the superintendent. READ MORE: Overnight Shootings In Swissvale Leave One Person Dead, Another HospitalizedAfter 12 years as the superintendent, he retired in March 2016. “Charlie’s going to be missed,” Allegheny County Executive Rich Fitzgerald said. “He was somebody that we all relied on, again the ultimate professional, well-respected within the law enforcement community. You just didn’t find anybody that didn’t respect him. Superintendent Moffat, Officer Moffitt, and what Charlie Moffat really meant to this community.” MORE NEWS: Father Possibly Facing Child Endangerment Charges After 3 Young Children Left Home Alone“For nearly five decades, Charlie was a dedicated public servant and member...
    A school official in Texas has come under fire for suggesting that in order to comply with a new state law, teachers will need to including opposing perspectives on seemingly every issue or historical event. “Just try to remember the concepts of [Texas House Bill] 3979,” she told teachers during a recent planning session. “And make sure that if you have a book on the Holocaust, that you have one that has an opposing–that has — other perspectives.” The official told teachers, “Believe me, that’s come up.” Bulwark founder Charlie Sykes joined Deadline: White House on Friday to discuss the firestorm, and pinned most of the blame on the Texas law. “It’s easy to beat up on the administrator here, and she’s going to get dragged for all of that,” he said. “But I think that the focus ought to be on the law and the fact that the teachers are terrified. They don’t know what’s going to happen.” Sykes later called her comment “completely indefensible.” The law went into effect in September and states that “teachers who choose to discuss...
    Over the weekend, youth right-wing organizer Charlie Kirk threatened to fire any employee of his organization, Turning Point USA, who asks about COVID-19 safety precautions in the workplace. According to labor law experts, that was clearly illegal. After speaking with an expert in the field of United States labor law, one thing has become increasingly clear: Kirk's most recent attempt to be a right-wing provocateur might come back to present a series of legal challenges for the frequent Fox News guest. At a gathering on Sunday evening at the Godspeak Calvary Chapel in Newbury Park, California, Kirk responded to a an audience question about COVID vaccinations by saying that if one of his employees were to ask about vaccine mandates, they would be fired. "And somebody asked me the other day: 'So Charlie, are you going to require the vaccine at Turning Point USA?' He's like a reporter," he stated at the event, clearly not joking. "I said, look, you don't work for me, but if you did, you would be fired for asking such a ridiculous question!"...
    The death toll from the devastating condo collapse in Surfside, Florida, has risen to 86 as questions loom over a 2008 law repealed under former Gov. Charlie Crist, which some experts surmise may have ushered in repairs for the building. According to the reports, the death toll stands at 86, with dozens of others missing as crews continue their search operations. This week, an NBC Miami report detailed a Florida law repealed in 2010, which some experts believe would have expedited multimillion-dollar repairs needed at the Surfside condo. Inspections began in 2018, and in April, the president of the Champlain South Towers condo association wrote to residents, detailing the millions of dollars of assessments needed to address serious issues, such as the  “accelerating” deterioration of concrete. The total amounted to over $16 million. Per NBC Miami: A 2008 Florida law requiring condo associations to hire engineers or architects to submit reports every five years about how much it would cost to keep up with repairs was repealed in 2010. Also known as a “reserve study,” it would also estimate how much the boards should collect from residents to prepare...
    Christina Pushaw, press secretary for Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis (R), slammed the media Thursday in reaction to a report which failed to mention that a 2008 Florida law, which could have ushered in repairs for the collapsed Surfside condo, was repealed under former Gov. Charlie Crist’s (D) leadership — a significant point, as he is vying to challenge DeSantis in the upcoming gubernatorial race. An NBC Miami report details the repealed 2008 Florida law, which some experts surmise would have expedited multimillion-dollar repairs needed at the Surfside condo, which collapsed last month, resulting in at least 68 dead and dozens of others missing. Inspections of the building began in 2018, and in April, the president of the Champlain South Towers condo association wrote to residents, detailing the millions of dollars in assessments needed to address the building’s condition, noting the “accelerating” deterioration of concrete. The NBC Miami report outlined the board’s actions: Reeling from sticker shock, the board procrastinated the repairs over the next two years while members disagreed over how to pay for it. By the time they accepted the work...
    US consumer confidence jumps to 14-month high India crematoriums at breaking point as Covid toll mounts Getting a horse to the Kentucky Derby is a dream of trainers, but no active trainer has had as much success in the Run for the Roses as Bob Baffert. The 68-year-old Baffert has trained 12 horses to in-the-money finishes at Churchill Downs, including victories by Silver Charm in 1997, Real Quiet in 1998, War Emblem in 2002, American Pharoah in 2015, Justify in 2018 and Authentic in 2020. Baffert brings Medina Spirit to Louisville to compete on Saturday in the 2021 Kentucky Derby and needs one win to break a tie with Ben Jones for most Kentucky Derby victories by a trainer. © Provided by CBS Sports Exaggerator is looking for back-to-back wins. Baffert's Medina Spirit is 8-1 in the latest 2021 Kentucky Derby odds. Undefeated colt Essential Quality is the 2021 Kentucky Derby favorite at 5-2, while Hot Rod Charlie is 6-1. Before making any 2021 Kentucky Derby picks, you need to see the latest horse racing predictions from legendary handicapper...
    Josh joust, wing shortage, helping Canada: News from around our 50 states Supreme Court to decide if charities must reveal donor names Of the 146 horses that have won the Kentucky Derby, 113 different trainers have guided them to the finish line. However, none of those trainers has hailed from the home of the Kentucky Derby: Louisville, Kentucky. That could change at the 2021 Kentucky Derby if Essential Quality wins, giving trainer Brad Cox the biggest victory of his career. Cox grew up just two blocks from Churchill Downs and can make history if Essential Quality can defeat his fellow 2021 Kentucky Derby horses. © Provided by CBS Sports Exaggerator is looking for back-to-back wins. Post time is at 6:57 p.m. ET on Saturday, May 1 and Essential Quality's 2021 Kentucky Derby odds are 5-2 thanks to an undefeated season in which his Equibase speed rating has improved over his last four races. Other Kentucky Derby 2021 horses looking to keep Cox from the historic win include Hot Rod Charlie (6-1) and Rock Your World (8-1). Before making any...
    The 25 best grunge albums from the 90s Reasons you shouldnt play the lottery Hall of Famer Steve Asmussen is one of the most accomplished trainers in his domain as a two-time Trainer of the Year. However, the one trophy missing from his resume is a win in the Kentucky Derby, which would complete his career Triple Crown. Asmussen has another shot at the 2021 Kentucky Derby courtesy of Midnight Bourbon, who looked impressive after posting the fastest time among 13 horses in a tune-up on April 19. Asmussen says Midnight Bourbon is "as good as he's ever been" leading up to the Kentucky Derby 2021 at Churchill Downs. © Provided by CBS Sports Exaggerator is looking for back-to-back wins. Post time is scheduled for Saturday, May 1 at 6:57 p.m. ET and Midnight Bourbon is listed at 15-1 in the latest 2021 Kentucky Derby odds. Asmussen also has another entrant among the 2021 Kentucky Derby horses, as Super Stock is going off at 20-1. Before making any 2021 Kentucky Derby picks, you need to see the latest horse...
    Inside Lesley Anne Murphy and More Celebrity Parents Unique Nurseries How the Pandemic Has Shaken Up Retirement The Commonwealth of Kentucky may not have any major pro sports teams, but it does host one of the biggest sporting events each year, the Kentucky Derby. The annual Run for the Roses is the crown jewel of the Bluegrass State, and for good reason, as homegrown horses have dominated the event entering the 2021 Kentucky Derby on Saturday, May 1. Of the 146 Derby winners, 112 have been born in Kentucky, while the next highest state, Florida, has just six. © Provided by CBS Sports Essential Quality is one of those Kentucky-born thoroughbreds getting heavy action among the top 2021 Kentucky Derby contenders. He is the 3-1 favorite in the latest 2021 Kentucky Derby odds after going undefeated in prep races and is trained by Brad Cox, who was named the most outstanding trainer last year. Before making any 2021 Kentucky Derby picks, you need to see the latest horse racing predictions from legendary handicapper Hammerin' Hank Goldberg. The former horse...
    The Best Oscars Dresses of All Time Stimulus Check Update: How a Fourth Stimulus Check and Other Federal Payments Could Head Your Way in 2021 From 2016 to 2019, trainer Chad Brown was in a class of his own. Each year, he ranked first among trainers in earnings, while also winning the Eclipse Award for Outstanding Trainer four times. While Brown has nearly 2,000 wins in his career, the Run for the Roses has eluded him, as he enters the 2021 Kentucky Derby on Saturday, May 1 without a win in the historic race. Brown has a promising stable of 2021 Kentucky Derby contenders and will try to remove his name from the list of "best trainers to never win the Kentucky Derby." © Provided by CBS Sports Among Brown's horses that could compete at Churchill Downs is Highly Motivated, who is listed at 15-1 in the latest 2021 Kentucky Derby odds. On May 1, Highly Motivated and the rest of the Kentucky Derby 2021 field will have to contend with Essential Quality, who leads the way with 5-2...
    White House tackles COVID-19 variants with $1.7 billion boost for genomic sequencing 8 dead, several wounded in mass shooting at Indianapolis FedEx facility With less than a month until the 2021 Kentucky Derby at Churchill Downs, bettors everywhere are studying the latest results and entering their horse racing picks. Bourbonic was a 30-1 underdog at the Wood Memorial, but the Todd Pletcher trainee stormed past stablemate Dynamic One to grab the win and now has enough points in the 2021 Road to the Kentucky Derby standings to coast into Louisville. Bourbonic's 2021 Kentucky Derby odds are now listed at 12-1, fourth-best in the Kentucky Derby 2021 field. © Provided by CBS Sports Exaggerator is looking for back-to-back wins. Trainer Bob Baffert has already won the Kentucky Derby a record-tying six times. He'll have multiple horses in the 2021 Kentucky Derby lineup barring injury, with Concert Tour (5-1) and Medina Spirit (20-1). Meanwhile, Brad Cox's Essential Quality is a perfect 5-0 with four graded-stakes wins and is the current 3-1 Kentucky Derby favorite. Before making any 2021 Kentucky Derby picks,...
    This Week in TV: ‘Younger’s’ Final Season, ‘Mare of Easttown,’ ACM Awards Will High Prices and Vaccines Get Homeowners to Sell? The road to the 2021 Kentucky Derby is almost complete, and there have been plenty of surprising prep race winners. Rock Your World pulled off an upset at the Santa Anita Derby on April 3, and in a major surprise, 30-1 long shot Bourbonic won the Wood Memorial the same day. Both horses are expected to be in the 2021 Kentucky Derby lineup when the annual "Run for the Roses" gets underway on Saturday, May 1. © Provided by CBS Sports The latest 2021 Kentucky Derby odds list Rock Your World at 31-1, while Bourbonic is now at 12-1. The top Kentucky Derby 2021 contenders are Essential Quality (3-1), Concert Tour (5-1), and Hot Rod Charlie (6-1) for the first leg of the Triple Crown. Before making any 2021 Kentucky Derby picks, you need to see the latest horse racing predictions from legendary handicapper Hammerin' Hank Goldberg. The former horse racing analyst for ESPN and NBC, Goldberg became...
    A LABOUR grandee has apologised after he was reportedly caught on tape saying Covid is "a gift that keeps on giving" for rich City lawyers. Shadow attorney general Lord Falconer - a key ally of leader Sir Keir Starmer - made the vile claim during a briefing for a top London firm staffed by millionaire top dogs, it was reported today. ???? Read our coronavirus live blog for the latest news & updates 4A top Labour grandee is 'very, very sorry' for calling Covid a 'gift that keeps on giving', a former party leader saysCredit: EPA 4Ed Miliband said Lord 'Charlie' Falconer apologises for his choice of words during a presentation to millionaire lawyersCredit: Handout - Getty The remarks were reported in the Mail On Sunday, which published a recording of Lord Falconer's speech. He can be heard introducing a talk on how the pandemic has affected the law, and says: "This is a gift that keeps on giving. "The law keeps on changing, keeps on getting more complicated, and is always interesting." However, he has insisted he was referring to...
    The Governor of Massachusetts vetoed progressive abortion bill on Christmas Eve, but Democratic state lawmakers pushed the law through the state legislature Monday and Tuesday. The ROE Act lowers the age for young girls to get abortions without the consent of a parent or a judge from from 18 to 16, according to NBC Boston. The legislation will also allow abortions after 24 weeks if the unborn baby suffered from fetal anomalies, such as Down Syndrome, or if “necessary, in the best medical judgment of the physician, to preserve the patient’s physical or mental health,” according to the Telegram.(RELATED: Pennsylvania Gov Vetoes Bill That Would Have Protected Babies With Down Syndrome From Abortion) Republican Gov. Charlie Baker took issue specifically with the lowering of the age limit for young girls seeking abortions. In a statement explaining his decision to veto the bill, Baker said he “cannot support the sections of this proposal that expand the availability of late-term abortions and permit minors age 16 and 17 to get an abortion without the consent of a parent or guardian.” He also...
    PARIS (AP) — President Emmanuel Macron, trying to rid France of what authorities say is a “parallel society” of radical Muslims thriving outside the values of the nation, is laying the groundwork Friday for a proposed law aimed at helping remedy the phenomenon. Macron has coined the term “separatism” to describe the underworld that thrives in some neighborhoods around France where Muslims with a radical vision of their religion take control of the local population to inculcate their beliefs. Friday’s speech comes while a trial is underway in Paris over the deadly January 2015 attacks on satirical newspaper Charlie Hebdo and a kosher supermarket by French-born Islamic extremists. Last week, a man from Pakistan stabbed two people near Charlie Hebdo’s former offices in anger over its publication of caricatures of the Prophet Muhammad. Among the goals of the proposed law is strengthening public services, better controlling local associations and bringing clarity to the financing of religious organizations, officials say. It is meant to be aimed at all kinds of “separatism” but is expected to focus on Islamism, raising concerns...
    PARIS (AP) — The Charlie Hebdo caricaturist who was forced at gunpoint to open the satirical newspaper’s door to two al-Qaida extremists described on Tuesday the moments of sheer terror from the attack in January 2015, and the feelings of guilt and powerlessness she endured long afterward. Corinne Rey had tears in her eyes but her voice was clear as she testified at the trial of 13 men and one woman accused of helping three men plot the Jan. 7-9, 2015, attacks in Paris. Seventeen people, including 12 in and around Charlie Hebdo’s offices, four at a kosher supermarket and a policewoman, were killed. All three attackers were killed in subsequent police raids. The attack at the newspaper happened during a weekly meeting, and the victims included most of the paper’s editorial staff. Only at the moment when Rey described leading them to the wrong floor of the building did Rey falter, crouching down and holding her arms over her head in a replay of her reaction as the gunmen realized her mistake. Saïd and Chérif Kouachi targeted...
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