WATCH LIVE: Trump and Greek prime minister hold joint press conference

WASHINGTON — President Donald Trump is welcoming Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras to the White House to address a range of economic and security issues — and perhaps make amends. You can watch their joint press conference scheduled for 1:30 p.m. EDT on Tuesday in the video above. Trump was meeting with the Greek leader in the Oval Office for talks Tuesday that are expected to cover defense cooperation, economic investment and energy security. They also may talk about the past. During the 2016 election, the left-leaning Greek premier warned that Trump represented an “evil” set of ideas. Trump tweeted in 2012 that Greece should get out of the euro… Read More

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Maple Leafs’ Babcock working to change mental health conversation

TORONTO – Mike Babcock lost his mom to cancer. Two of the hockey coach’s close friends, including former NFL quarterback Mark Rypien, lost their sons way too early to brain tumours. We are compelled into action when a disease hits close to home. So it was natural for the Toronto Maple Leafs coach and his wife, Maureen, to pour time and energy into raising money and awareness for cancer research. Babcock works with Jeffrey Thomas Hayden Foundation, he created a McGill hockey scholarship on behalf of himself and his university roommates last year, and he hosts patients from Toronto’s Sick Kids children’s hospital at Leafs home games. In recent years,… Read More

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Farrah Abraham: Anal Sex Camshow in the Works!

Say what you will about Farrah Abraham, but you can’t deny that a lot of people want to see her naked. And they’re even willing to shell out the money to make it happen. Apparently she has plans to do yet another live sex show — and this one’s going to be anal. Like so many frightening things, this video is scheduled to be just in time for Halloween. Last month, Farrah Abraham stripped down and masturbated on camera before a live audience. Her livestreamed sex show wasn’t for free, though. Despite the paywall, interest was high enough that the more than 80,000 visitors ended up crashing CamSoda’s site. And… Read More

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A breakdown of blockchain myths

Public relations has never been blockchain’s strength. When it first came to public and media attention in 2014, this new way of distributing and retrieving information was often used synonymously with Bitcoin, the cryptocurrency that has navigated through images problems of its own. Three years later, the distinction is somewhat clearer, but the association between the two has stuck. For the sake of avoiding any confusion, let’s get the definitions out of the way: Bitcoin is a digital currency built on and facilitated by a type of blockchain, and blockchain is a decentralized, digital public ledger that records transactions. Arguably,… This story continues at The Next Web …read more Source::… Read More

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Canucks aiming to be better than ‘average’ vs. Senators

“Average” is front of mind for the Vancouver Canucks. It’s what they’re calling themselves after a tough start to the season. The Canucks have one win in four games and after a 5-2 loss to the Calgary Flames at home Saturday when Vancouver couldn’t capitalize on five first-period power play chances, they need to be more than just average. “We had a lot of players who were just average,” first-year head coach Travis Green said following an afternoon practice in Ottawa where they’ll meet the Senators Tuesday night at Canadian Tire Centre. Derek Dorsett and Brock Boeser scored against the Flames, but the Canucks ended the night 0-for-7 on the… Read More

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Canucks aiming to be better than ‘average’ vs. Senators

“Average” is front of mind for the Vancouver Canucks. It’s what they’re calling themselves after a tough start to the season. The Canucks have one win in four games and after a 5-2 loss to the Calgary Flames at home Saturday when Vancouver couldn’t capitalize on five first-period power play chances, they need to be more than just average. “We had a lot of players who were just average,” first-year head coach Travis Green said following an afternoon practice in Ottawa where they’ll meet the Senators Tuesday night at Canadian Tire Centre. Derek Dorsett and Brock Boeser scored against the Flames, but the Canucks ended the night 0-for-7 on the… Read More

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