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A spate of #MeToo comeback stories—including a rumor about a confessional TV show hosted by Charlie Rose—ask uncomfortable questions about who deserves redemption.

in defence of charlie hebdo’s theresa may cartoon

It seems that some people have very short memories. Charlie Hebdo’s Theresa May front cover, from last week’s issue, has been attacked for going ‘too far’. The cover depicted May holding her own decapitated head under her arm and saying ‘Too much is too much’, beneath the caption ‘English multiculturalism’. Inside, another cartoon depicted Brits running past Big Ben with the caption, ‘Slimming tips from Daesh [ISIS]: run fast’.The Sun labelled the cover a ‘sick cartoon’ and a ‘vile image’. And the Metro and Unilad both accused Charlie Hebdo of mocking London’s terror victims. Naturally, the harshest critics were on social media. One tweeted: ‘Shame on you!! Bunch of sick minds to make fun of a terrorist attack! We had sympathy for you during your attack. No more!’ Another said: ‘Disgracefu

baby charlie gard dies following bitter dispute, reports

Charlie Gard, the British baby who became the subject of a bitter dispute between his parents and doctors over whether he should be taken to the United States for experimental treatment, has died, the Daily Mail' has reported.The 11-month-old baby suffered from an extremely rare genetic condition causing progressive brain damage and muscle weakness, and his parents' long struggle to save him drew an international outpouring of sympathy.
Charlie Gard at Great Ormond Street Hospital in London. Photo: Gard Family/AP"Our beautiful little boy has gone, we are so proud of you Charlie," Connie Yates, the baby's mother, was quoted as saying by the Daily Mail.Yates and the baby's father Chris Gard had wanted Charlie to undergo a treatment that has never been tried on anyone with his condition bef

british baby charlie gard dies following long legal dispute

Eleven-month-old Charlie Gard, who had been at the centre of a long dispute between his family and doctors, has died. Charlie Gard, the British baby who became the subject of a bitter dispute between his parents and doctors over whether he should be taken to the United States for experimental treatment, has died, the Daily Mail's website has reported.The 11-month-old baby suffered from an extremely rare genetic condition causing progressive brain damage and muscle weakness, and his parents' long struggle to save him drew an international outpouring of sympathy."Our beautiful little boy has gone, we are so proud of you Charlie," Connie Yates, the baby's mother, was quoted as saying by the Daily Mail.Charlie Gard's parents end UK legal battleYates and the baby's father Chris Gard had wanted

british baby charlie gard dies following long legal dispute

Eleven-month-old Charlie Gard, who had been at the centre of a long dispute between his family and doctors, has died. Charlie Gard, the British baby who became the subject of a bitter dispute between his parents and doctors over whether he should be taken to the United States for experimental treatment, has died, the Daily Mail's website has reported.The 11-month-old baby suffered from an extremely rare genetic condition causing progressive brain damage and muscle weakness, and his parents' long struggle to save him drew an international outpouring of sympathy."Our beautiful little boy has gone, we are so proud of you Charlie," Connie Yates, the baby's mother, was quoted as saying by the Daily Mail.Charlie Gard's parents end UK legal battleYates and the baby's father Chris Gard had wanted

british baby charlie gard dies following long legal dispute

Eleven-month-old Charlie Gard, who had been at the centre of a long dispute between his family and doctors, has died. Charlie Gard, the British baby who became the subject of a bitter dispute between his parents and doctors over whether he should be taken to the United States for experimental treatment, has died, the Daily Mail's website has reported.The 11-month-old baby suffered from an extremely rare genetic condition causing progressive brain damage and muscle weakness, and his parents' long struggle to save him drew an international outpouring of sympathy."Our beautiful little boy has gone, we are so proud of you Charlie," Connie Yates, the baby's mother, was quoted as saying by the Daily Mail.Charlie Gard's parents end UK legal battleYates and the baby's father Chris Gard had wanted

baby charlie gard dies following bitter dispute, reports

Charlie Gard, a British baby who became the subject of a bitter dispute between his parents and doctors over whether he should be taken to the United States for experimental treatment, has died, local media said on Friday.The 11-month-old baby suffered from an extremely rare genetic condition causing progressive brain damage and muscle weakness, and his parents' long struggle to save him drew an international outpouring of sympathy, including from US President Donald Trump and Pope Francis.
Charlie Gard at Great Ormond Street Hospital in London. Photo: Gard Family/AP"Our beautiful little boy has gone, we are so proud of you Charlie," Connie Yates, the baby's mother, was quoted as saying by the Daily Mail.Local media said a family spokesman had confirmed the death."Everyone at Great Ormon

why charlie gard should be allowed to die | crime and the law | parents and kids

In these circumstances it would be moral to allow Charlie to die peacefully, as the doctors and Charlie’s parents agreed, unless there were treatments that could secure a better quality of life for him. It was on this issue that medical opinion, informed by reason, and parental belief, informed by emotion, diverged.The medical opinion was that there was no benefit to Charlie of further treatment. As the High Court judge put it, after hearing from eight doctors and two nurses: ‘The entire highly experienced UK team, all those who provided second opinions and the consultant instructed by the parents in these proceedings share a common view that further treatment would be futile.’Charlie’s parents, however, placed their hopes in one doctor based in the US, who had not met Charlie, but who, af

ten things you need to know today: saturday 29 jul 2017

Charlie Gard, the baby at the centre of a legal row over his treatment, has died, his family has confirmed. The 11-month-old, whose story was the subject of a protracted court battle, making headlines around the world, was moved to a hospice following a high court ruling. Charlie’s mother, Connie Yates, said: "Our beautiful little boy has gone. We are so proud of you, Charlie."

the difference between cybersecurity and cybercrime, and why it matters

A Texas woman in her 50s, let's call her "Amy," met a man online calling himself "Charlie." Amy, who lived in Texas, was in a bad marriage. Charlie said he was a businessman and a Christian, and wooed her. "He was saying all the right things," Amy later told the FBI. "He was interested in me. He was interested in getting to know me better. He was very positive, and I felt like there was a real connection there." Early on, Charlie told her he was having some problems with his business and needed money. She wanted to help.

charlie gard's life became a 'soap opera', clinician says

One of the doctors who treated Charlie Gard says the 11-month-old boy's life was turned into a 'soap opera' by the press and Donald Trump. A clinician who treated Charlie Gard, the terminally-ill British baby who died last month, said Saturday his short life became a soap opera fuelled by President Donald Trump and the pope.Gard's plight drew world attention and sparked a debate about medical ethics, as his parents fought a lengthy legal battle to allow him to be taken to the United States for treatment of a rare genetic condition.London's Great Ormond Street Hospital (GOSH) wanted to remove his life support, and some staff received death threats.But one GOSH clinician, writing anonymously in The Guardian newspaper, said they had a "legal and moral obligation" to say "enough is enough"."Li

charlie gard: parents want to bring baby home to die

(LONDON) — A lawyer for the parents of baby Charlie Gard has told a judge their last wish is to take their critically ill son home to die.Grant Armstrong said Chris Gard and Connie Yates have held discussions with Great Ormond Street Hospital about sending Charlie home, but that there were obstacles.Yates was in court for the hearing before judge Nicholas Francis.On Monday the couple abandoned their months-long battle to take Charlie to the United States for experimental treatment.Charlie suffers from mitochondrial depletion syndrome, a rare genetic disease, and cannot breathe unassisted. His parents accept that his condition has deteriorated to the point where the experimental treatment would not work.

'time has run out' to save baby charlie gard, parents say as they end legal figh

London: The parents of terminally ill baby Charlie Gard have ended their legal fight against a hospital's decision to take him off life support.And a judge has said it is in the baby's best interests he now be allowed to die.The human microchip is hereVideo duration01:25Previous slideNext slideVideo duration01:23Charlie Gard's parents drop legal fight Charlie Gard's parents drop legal fight The parents of Charlie Gard, whose battle to get their critically ill baby experimental treatment stirred international sympathy and controversy, have dropped their legal effort.The human microchip is hereVideo duration01:25Video duration01:25The human microchip is hereThe human microchip is hereImplanted under the skin, a Swedish company is offering human microchips to their employees to replace keys a

'time has run out' to save baby charlie gard, parents say as they end legal figh

London: The parents of terminally ill baby Charlie Gard have ended their legal fight against a hospital's decision to take him off life support.And a judge has said it is in the baby's best interests he now be allowed to die.Lahore suicide blast kills 25Video duration01:12Previous slideNext slideVideo duration01:23Charlie Gard's parents drop legal fight Charlie Gard's parents drop legal fight The parents of Charlie Gard, whose battle to get their critically ill baby experimental treatment stirred international sympathy and controversy, have dropped their legal effort.Lahore suicide blast kills 25Video duration01:12Video duration01:12Lahore suicide blast kills 25Lahore suicide blast kills 25In an attack which shattered a period of relative calm in Pakistan's second-largest city, a suicide b

weekend watch: charlie the maker

When my son (now 30) was growing up in the late 80s and 90s, surrounded by new and powerful personal tech tools, I saw a kind of assumed efficacy in him that I found hopeful. Armed with the inspiration he had to create a digital animation with sound effects and music, or to make art to fax to people, or to build a drawing robot (with me) out of Legos and LOGO, he did not hesitate. To paraphrase Yoda: He was all do, no try.At that time, I wondered what it must be like to grow up with these powerful, high-tech tools always at hand and the confidence to use them at will. I also wondered what a future might hold for those who grow up with such resources. Looking at so many of the talented young people on YouTube, one can see what a new generation of makers is doing with the tools at-hand today

charlie gard’s case should never have gone to court | crime and the law | parent

So, this legal process, which few have thought to criticise, took over five months to conclude, even though the evidence from all the doctors who had examined Charlie could not challenge what Charlie’s treating doctors had realised in January – namely, that further treatment was futile. During five months of litigation, the patient suffered and his muscles turned to fat. It was a process that diverted medical resources from patient care to legal proceedings. These legal proceedings were of no benefit to Charlie, his doctors or his parents.In 1990, in the US Supreme Court, Justice Scalia observed in a case similar to Charlie’s that ‘this court need not, and has no authority to, inject itself into every field of human activity where irrationality and oppression may theoretically occur, and i

charlie gard to be moved to hospice for final hours, judge rules

Charlie Gard will be moved to a hospice to spend his final hours before a ventilator that keeps him alive is turned off, a British judge has ruled. Charlie Gard will spend his final hours in a hospice before the ventilator that keeps him alive is turned off, a judge has ruled, after a harrowing legal battle that prompted a debate over who has the moral right to decide the fate of a sick child.Charlie's distraught parents had been trying to find a medical team that could look after him in a hospice for several days so that they could bid farewell to him just days before his first birthday, which is due on August 4.A judge had given the parents until noon on Thursday to reach an agreement with Great Ormond Street Hospital about spending more time in a hospice, but no compromise was reached s

cbs, pbs and bloomberg suspend charlie rose amid sexual misconduct claims

In response to a Washington Post report detailing multiple accusations of inappropriate conduct, PBS and Bloomberg announced on Monday afternoon (Nov. 20) that both companies will stop distributing Charlie Rose's eponymous show, Charlie Rose. The nightly show is produced by Rose's company, Charlie Rose Inc.Separately, CBS announced that Rose is suspended from his role as CBS This Morning co-host. Rose is also a contributing correspondent for 60 Minutes. "Charlie Rose is suspended immediately while we look into this matter," the network said. "These allegations are extremely disturbing and we take them very seriously." (The story was covered on Monday's CBS Evening News by correspondent Jim Axelrod.)The Post spoke to eight women for the story about Rose, which focuses on his treatment of Ch

charlie gard: trump and pope francis show support for child

President Donald Trump and Pope Francis have voiced their support for the parents of critically ill British baby Charlie Gard. The pair have been engaged in a long legal battle to take their son to the U.S. for treatment for a rare genetic disease.Who is Charlie Gard, and why is his case so significant? Here's what you should know.Who is Charlie Gard?In September 2016, Charlie Gard, who's now 10 months old, was diagnosed with a rare genetic condition called mitochondrial depletion syndrome, which causes progressive muscle weakness and brain damage. He cannot move his limbs or eat or breathe without assistance.His parents, Chris Gard and Connie Yates, are both carriers of the faulty gene, but were unaware of it until Charlie turned three months old. According to a fundraising page they set

amla has sympathy for disgraced australian trio

South African batsman Hashim Amla says he has sympathy for the trio of banned Australian cricketers who will have to live with the consequences of their attempt to cheat in the third Test at Newlands.Cricket Australia on Wednesday imposed 12-month suspensions on captain Steve Smith and his deputy David Warner, and a nine-month ban for Cameron Bancroft, after finding out that the trio not only conspired to alter the condition of the match ball, but also lied in the aftermath of the incident.

secret santa pays off more than $10,000 in layaway orders

A man walked into a New Jersey Toys “R” Us and did a little more than the usual holiday shopping.The man, identified as Charlie K. by NJ.com, paid off two layaway orders worth $10,780.“Just, you know, trying to bring some happiness to people. That’s really it. Help bring back to the community that brought so much happiness to me and my family,” Charlie K. told NBC affiliate KCBD.While the surprise payment did not cover all layaway orders, Charlie K. also bought about $2,000 worth of additional toys to donate to the Toys for Tots charity, NJ.com reported. He told a Philadelphia CBS affiliate that he was looking to fulfill “kids’ Christmas wishes.”“I can only do it because of the community that provided me the luxury to do it. I love this community, and I’m trying to provide back for it,” Ch

can google continue to dominate advertising?

The biggest worry about Google and Facebook is whether they can stay Google and Facebook. That is, can those two companies continue to dominate advertising.It won't be an easy task, especially for the relative elder statesman Google. But it should be feasible for Google to stay Google.The human microchip is hereVideo duration01:25Previous slideNext slideVideo duration01:33Google cops massive fineGoogle cops massive fineTech giant Google is hit with a record breaking fine for distorting internet search results in favour of its own shopping channel. The human microchip is hereVideo duration01:25Video duration01:25The human microchip is hereThe human microchip is hereImplanted under the skin, a Swedish company is offering human microchips to their employees to replace keys and cards, but at w

charlie gard 'cannot go home to die', court rules

Charlie Gard will most likely end his life in a hospice, after the terminally ill baby's parents were frustrated in their attempt to bring him home to die. The case that captured worldwide attention returned to court again on Wednesday after Great Ormond Street Hospital (GOSH) and Charlie's parents could not to agree on a plan for the rest of Charlie's life.
Connie Yates, the mother of Charlie Gard, arrives at the High Court on Wednesday.  Photo: Getty ImagesOn Monday the High Court decided there was no treatment option left for the child.On Wednesday Mr Justice Francis said that if the parents and the hospital didn't agree an alternate care plan by noon Thursday, Charlie would be transported to a hospice – where he would live for just a few hours.He said it was three and a half months s

'time has run out' to save baby charlie gard, parents say as they end legal figh

The parents of terminally ill baby Charlie Gard have ended their legal fight against a hospital's decision to take him off life support.And a judge has said it is in the baby's best interests he now be allowed to die.
Connie Yates and Chris Gard, parents of critically ill baby Charlie, arrive at the High Court in London. Photo: AP"This is one of the hardest things that we will ever have to say and we are about to do the hardest thing that we'll ever have to do - which is to let our beautiful little Charlie go," mother Connie Yates said on Monday.She said the 11-month-old, whose case has attracted worldwide attention including from the Pope and US president Donald Trump, would not live to see his first birthday.Ms Yates said Charlie would have had a real chance of getting better if he had

charlie hebdo: still standing up for freedom | charlie hebdo | free speech

‘A work of propaganda has spread to distract our minds and disassociate these attacks from religion. Today, nobody [talks about] the role of Islam in the ideology of ISIS. The brainwashing has succeeded in making us accept that the “religious aspect” must not be discussed’, writes Riss.This is done, he says, to spare moderate Muslims the ‘affront’ of having their faith linked to the violence of jihadism. But this means society is always making an exception for Islam, says Riss: ‘When we criticise the Inquisition and its crimes, we do not detach this fanatical movement from the rest of the Catholic Church.’Charlie once again makes the case for free speech. Nothing, no one and no religion should be above criticism in a free society. What is more, it takes particular bravery for Charlie to be

presstv-‘iranians won’t be fooled by us games, fake sympathy’

Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif has called on the US government to stop offering “fake sympathyfor the Iranian nation, saying Iranian people will not fall for such a “game.”In a tweet on Wednesday, Zarif highlighted US President Donald Trump’s hostile agenda against the Islamic Republic, saying his recent statements against the Iranian nation blew the lid off Washington’s “faux sympathy.”“Faux sympathy for Iranians belied by Trump’s use of fake name for Persian Gulf, calling them terrorist nation& banning them from visiting,” Zarif tweeted.Zarif added that Iranians are impervious to such US games and its so-called sympathy.Earlier this month, in his speech on strategic review of US policy on Iran, Trump used “Arabian Gulf” to refer to the waters separating Iran and the regional Ara

charlie hebdo: still standing up for freedom | charlie hebdo | free speech

‘A work of propaganda has spread to distract our minds and disassociate these attacks from religion. Today, nobody [talks about] the role of Islam in the ideology of ISIS. The brainwashing has succeeded in making us accept that the “religious aspect” must not be discussed’, writes Riss.This is done, he says, to spare moderate Muslims the ‘affront’ of having their faith linked to the violence of jihadism. But this means society is always making an exception for Islam, says Riss: ‘When we criticise the Inquisition and its crimes, we do not detach this fanatical movement from the rest of the Catholic Church.’Charlie once again makes the case for free speech. Nothing, no one and no religion should be above criticism in a free society. What is more, it takes particular bravery for Charlie to be

charlie gard's parents end legal fight

The parents of terminally-ill baby Charlie Gard have given up their legal battle to take him to the US for experimental treatment.See related Charlie's Army: The people fighting for Charlie GardSobbing outside the High Court yesterday, Connie Yates and Chris Gard said "time had run out" for their "warrior" son and they had decided to switch off life support before his first birthday next Friday.Their lawyer, Grant Armstrong, said the decision had been made after US neurologist Dr Michio Hirano said he was no longer willing to offer Charlie the treatment following the results of a new MRI scan.He added: "Poor Charlie. It is too late. The damage has been done. Sadly, time has run out. The window of opportunity no longer exists. The parents have taken an extremely hard decision."Yates and Gar

‘farewell our fluffy, funny friend’: sanctuary favourite dies aged 26

Staff at the Donkey Sanctuary have paid tribute to beloved resident Charlie C, who has died aged 26.The former adoption donkey proved popular at the charity’s Birmingham sanctuary and spent two decades delighting visitors.Charlie C arrived in 1997 aged five.“It was obvious that his charming personality, fluffy coat, and daily bray would make him a perfect choice for our adoption scheme,” said a Donkey Sanctuary spokesman.Charlie had thousands of adopters over the years.“Loved by all, Charlie stood quietly to be stroked and groomed and even placed his head on their shoulders at times,” said Andrew Perry, Donkey Sanctuary groom.“Charlie was one of the only donkeys who would walk over to you when called by name. Every day, when he was waiting for his lunch, you would hear a staff member calli

charlie murphy's prince & rick james stories on 'chappelle's show': watch

It's never easy to live in the shadow of your little brother -- especially if you choose the same profession as his and he happens to be one of the most lauded stand-up comedians in history, not to mention a superstar film actor. But Charlie Murphy -- who died at age 57 on Wednesday (April 12) following a battle with leukemia -- found a way to blaze his own path in comedy, one that was distinctly different from that of his brother, legendary comedian Eddie Murphy.Where Eddie is a reclusive, quiet figure who generally avoids the spotlight unless he's promoting a picture, Charlie was voluble, approachable and not nearly as shy as his superstar sibling. Though the parties and wild scenes at Eddie's legendary 30-room "Bubble Hill" estate in Englewood, New Jersey, were a thing of legend, the Be

julie bishop plays down presence of chinese spy ship during talisman sabre milit

Foreign Minister Julie Bishop has played down the presence of a Chinese spy ship observing Australian-United States military exercises this month, saying the ship was entitled to be in international waters.Ms Bishop, speaking in Canberra on Tuesday morning, has also expressed concern about rising border tensions between nuclear powers China and India and called on both sides to "de-escalate" to avoid the risk of a miscalculation or accident.The human microchip is hereVideo duration01:25Previous slideNext slideVideo duration01:06Taiwan scrambles jets over Chinese ...Taiwan scrambles jets over Chinese warshipsTensions between Taiwan and China soar with Taiwan deploying jets and navy ships as China sends an aircraft carrier to the Taiwan Strait.The human microchip is hereVideo duration01:25Vi

charlie puth will win you over with `if you leave me now`

Charlie Puth has been busy gearing up for his Voicenotes Tour with Hailee Steinfeld, but he's still making time on his busy schedule to drop new tunes. Today, the singer-songwriter released "If You Leave Me Now," an uplifting song about the struggle of letting go of a relationship that will heat everyone up from the bomb cyclone. The polished a cappella ballad features R&B legends Boyz II Men so it will really tug at your heart strings.This is the third single from Charlie's forthcoming sophomore album Voicenotes. Warning: If you live on the east coast, do not listen to this tune while walking outside because there is a strong possibility that you will cry and then your tears will freeze on your face.

l’édito à charge de riss contre edwy plenel

Le directeur de la publication de « Charlie Hebdo » estime que les propos du directeur de « Mediapart », « condamne[nt] à mort une deuxième fois “Charlie Hebdo” ».La querelle entre l’hebdomadaire satirique Charlie Hebdo et le site d’actualité Mediapart ne faiblit pas, bien au contraire.Cette fois, c’est le directeur de la publication de Charlie Hebdo, le dessinateur Riss, qui signe dans l’hebdomadaire à paraître le 15 novembre, un édito dans lequel il accuse Edwy Plenel, le cofondateur et directeur de Mediapart, de « condamne[r] à mort une deuxième fois “Charlie Hebdo” ». Dans ce texte, Riss revient sur une phrase prononcée par Edwy Plenel, la semaine dernière sur Franceinfo. Riss cite cette phrase sous une forme raccourcie : « La “une” deCharlie Hebdo fait partie d’une campagne plus génér

'time has run out' to save baby charlie gard, parents say as they end legal figh

The parents of terminally ill baby Charlie Gard have ended their legal fight against a hospital's decision to take him off life support.And a judge has said it is in the baby's best interests he now be allowed to die.
Connie Yates and Chris Gard, parents of critically ill baby Charlie, arrive at the High Court in London. Photo: AP"We will let our little boy go," mother Connie Yates said on Monday. She said the 11-month-old, whose case has attracted worldwide attention including from the Pope and US president Donald Trump, would not live to see his first birthday.Ms Yates said Charlie would have had a real chance of getting better if he had received treatment earlier.But the hospital denied this, saying the child had suffered irreversible brain damage from seizures that began last year."T

l’édito à charge de riss contre edwy plenel

Le directeur de la publication de « Charlie Hebdo » estime que les propos du directeur de « Mediapart », « condamne[nt] à mort une deuxième fois “Charlie Hebdo” ».Nouvelle passe d’arme entre l’hebdomadaire satirique Charlie Hebdo et le site d’actualité Mediapart. Cette fois, c’est le directeur de la publication de Charlie Hebdo, le dessinateur Riss, qui signe dans l’hebdomadaire à paraître le 15 novembre, un édito dans lequel il accuse Edwy Plenel, le cofondateur et directeur de Mediapart, de « condamne[r] à mort une deuxième fois “Charlie Hebdo” ». Dans ce texte, Riss revient sur une phrase prononcée par Edwy Plenel, la semaine dernière sur Franceinfo. Riss cite cette phrase sous une forme raccourcie : « La “une” deCharlie Hebdo fait partie d’une campagne plus générale (…) de guerre aux m

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