Justin Bieber got a tattoo for Hailey Baldwin, and it’s on his face

Celebrity tattoo artist Keith McCurdy, “Mr. K,” of Bang Bang Tattoo confirmed to Page Six that Justin Bieber has a new face tattoo. The theory is that the small cursive letters read “Grace.” Justin Bieber and Hailey Baldwin have yet to confirm the tattoos. It seems as though Justin Bieber and Hailey Baldwin are the latest celebrity duo to rock couple tattoos. Famed celebrity tattoo artist Keith McCurdy, “Mr. K,” of Bang Bang Tattoo confirmed to Page Six that Bieber officially has a new tattoo… and it’s on his face. More specifically, according to McCurdy, that tattoo resides directly above his right eyebrow. The theory, per Page Six, is that… Read More

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We Asked Trump Rally Attendees What Issues Were Driving Them To Vote

Watch Video “This will be the election of Kavanaugh, the caravans, law and order, tax cuts and common sense guns.” Less than a week before election day, President Donald Trump held a rally in Columbia, Missouri. As supporters lined up to see him, we asked them: What are the biggest issues motivating you to vote on Tuesday? One answer was very common. “Probably, immigration.” “Immigration, probably.” “It’s immigration — illegal immigration. I don’t have a problem with people who come to this country the right way, the legal way. I’m all for that. For people to be right now crashing our borders like they’re anticipating? That’s wrong. That’s wrong.” “I’ve… Read More

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Nelson: Cochrane runner turned anger into triumph for Afghan women

While fighting for his life a few years ago Cochrane’s legendary long-distance runner Martin Parnell admits he became angry. It wasn’t his daily fight to survive through the intense treatment for a potentially deadly blood clot on his brain that caused the normally mild-mannered Parnell to get, as he puts it, “just a little bit mad.” Instead it was a story he read about a young woman in Afghanistan who was determined to run a marathon — a 42-km distance Parnell once managed to complete 250 times in a single year, though then, in 2015, he was struggling to even walk at all because of his illness. “Back then I… Read More

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HCCC teams up with Montclair State to give students ‘big career advantage’

HCCC and Montclair State University have merged their respective food programs. Two colleges have partnered up to create a program with the foodie in mind. Under the agreement between Hudson County Community College’s Culinary Arts Institute and Montclair State University’s Food Systems programs, HCCC students can transfer up to 69 credits toward MSU’s bachelor degree in Nutrition and Food Science-Food Systems. “The merging of these two programs will provide our students a big career advantage,” said HCCC President Dr. Christopher Reber in a statement. The HCCC-MSU Food Systems partnership will be available to students beginning in January 2019, and MSU’s application will be waived for HCCC graduates with a Culinary… Read More

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Blue Wave: will these progressive candidates shake up the midterms? In a way, they already have

A progressive Democratic “blue wave” isn’t only something we’re waiting for on election day. It’s already happened. In recent weeks, New Statesman America has profiled a series of first-time progressive candidates to try to give readers a sense of what the so-called “blue wave” could look like should the Democratic party retake Congress in the 6 November midterms. The eight candidates we interviewed are remarkably youthful and diverse, and are running in districts across the country, from the east coast to the west, as far south as El Paso on the Mexican border, and everywhere in between. The youngest, Ammar Campa-Najjar, is only 29 years old. Five of them are… Read More

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North Korea Says Sanctions Could Push It To Resume Nuclear Program

Watch Video North Korea says U.S. sanctions, a major sticking point in diplomatic talks, could push Pyongyang to restart its nuclear weapons program. The North Korean Foreign Ministry reportedly threatened Friday night to resume the program, which North Korean Leader Kim Jong-un announced he was ending in April. Pyongyang has repeatedly protested the sanctions, which the U.S. has continued to impose on the country in an attempt to pressure the North into denuclearization. U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo visited North Korea in October, and announced shortly after that the two countries were working on a second summit between Kim and President Donald Trump. South Korea, meanwhile, has raised the… Read More

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