TV tonight: ’60 Minutes’ on San Francisco’s sinking skyscraper

TV picks for Sunday, Nov. 5 WATCH THIS: Related Articles November TV premieres: When and where your shows air “Sunday Night Football” (5:20 p.m. PT, NBC): They were supposed to be Super Bowl contenders. Instead, the 3-5 Oakland Raiders have been super duds. They’ll try to right the ship tonight against the Dolphins in Miami. “60 Minutes” (7 p.m., CBS): Among tonight’s reports is a look at San Francisco’s incredible sinking skyscraper. As the cracks in its basement walls slowly widen, the residents of Millennium Tower file lawsuits and wonder how far their homes – and their investments – will sink. Jon Wertheim went to San Francisco to report on… Read More

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Bridge: Nov. 5, 2017

Tribune Content Agency As part of the Summer NABC, the ACBL staged an unusual four-day event: the Online Individual. Players entered as individuals and played with “robot” partners and opponents: computer players. The human always had the best hand at the table and was always declarer if his side won the contract. The robots’ bidding and play was abysmal. Many entrants thought their best chance was to indulge in “psychic” bidding — for instance, opening 1NT with all kinds of hands — to fool the robots, which tend to defend resolutely based on the auction. The winner stated that part of his strategy was to become declarer at all costs.… Read More

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Horoscopes: Nov. 5, 2017

CELEBRITIES BORN ON THIS DAY: Kevin Jonas, 30; Tatum O’Neal, 54; Bryan Adams, 58; Art Garfunkel, 76. Happy Birthday: Feel empowered and push forward. There will be no time to ponder what to do next. Having a well-laid-out plan and the energy to make things happen will give you confidence and bring you the gratitude you’ve been searching for. Much can be accomplished if you let go of the past and keep marching forward. Your numbers are 2, 13, 20, 24, 32, 38, 44. ARIES (March 21-April 19): Put more time and effort into your plans. It may mean less time for fun, but in the end, you will reap… Read More

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Here’s a secret about Morrissey that you shouldn’t share with anyone

Related Articles Depeche Mode doesn’t care if you want to hear the hits Vote now: Does Duran Duran belong in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame? Daryl Hall: ‘That’s the (expletive) stupidest thing I’ve ever heard’ Can you keep a secret? Good, because there’s a piece of information that Morrissey probably won’t want you to spread around. After all, he’s devoted several decades to cultivating the image of a cranky crooner, who is at least as well known for canceling shows as he is for performing them. Yet, there’s another side to this doctor of dour – this groom to gloom. And that is – are you ready for… Read More

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The CMAs Were Wrong To Ban Journalists & Artists From Talking About Gun Control

Sarah is an internationally published music journalist, photographer, and writer at Refinery29. She interviews bands about social issues and the industry while on tour and at festivals. The views expressed are her own. The Country Music Association probably wasn’t expecting the very public pushback they got when they released their guidelines for journalists covering their awards show this year. When it came, it was swift and fierce. The guidelines asked journalists to avoid politically charged subjects such as the Las Vegas mass shooting, politics, and the subject of gun control as a whole. The instructions were to be adhered to under the threat of media credentials potentially being “revoked via… Read More

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#MeToo Rally Forces Vancouver To Take Hashtag Into Real World

A Saturday morning rally in Vancouver in solidarity with those who have found strength in the #MeToo campaign is another example of how the movement has affected the city. More than 100 people gathered outside the Vancouver Art Gallery to share their #MeToo stories of sexual assault and harassment. Organizer Samantha Monckton told News 1130 that she hopes that groups of women continue coming out. “(I’ve been) looking at people differently, been on the street thinking ‘maybe they have a situation that they have encountered too’, there’s so many ‘Me Toos’ out there,” she said. “We need to do action now, we need to stop this from occurring in the… Read More

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