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Here’s How Many Senators Need To Be On Board With Impeachment

Mark Reinstein/Corbis Historical/Getty Images How Many Senators Does It Take To Impeach A President? It’s Very Specific By Shelby Black Nov 23, 2019 With the House of Representative’s ever-intensifying impeachment investigation into President Donald Trump, it seems like the president might be at risk. However, even if the House votes to impeach Trump, it’s ultimately up to the Senate to give him his final “you’re fired.” So, how many senators does it take to impeach a president? It’s one of the few things about impeachment that’s set in stone. Under…

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Angelina Jolie Says Her Kids Have ‘Been Through A Lot’ Amid Brad Pitt Divorce Aftermath – Perez Hilton

In a new interview with Harper’s Bazaar, the Maleficent 2 star sat spoke about how her battles throughout the years impacted her and ex Brad Pitt’s six kids: Maddox, 18 (not pictured), Pax, 15 (not pictured), Zahara, 14, Shilo, 13, and twins Knox and Vivienne, 11. She explained: Sounds like they’re just as nurturing to Brad dad! (Most of them, at least!!) She explained: The Oscar winner already put that plan into motion by building a home in the Cambodian jungle, a country where she recently became a citizen. In…

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‘Freehold charges cost us our dream home’

When that’s the case developers – or once any building works are finished, residential management companies – establish the charge to pay those bills. But some residents have criticised this process, saying they have very little control over the charges and that there’s not enough transparency about exactly what they’re paying for. In addition to this, crucially, if homeowners fall 40 days behind on their payments, the law on estate rentcharges allows developers, or management companies, to take possession of a property to ensure they get the money they’re owed.…

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30 Times The Funniest Internet Grandma Killed It With Her Tweets (New Pics)

Myrna Tellingheusen has been making her followers on Twitter chuckle since 2015, with her satirical pearls of wisdom lampooning the kind of stereotypes that the elderly deal with on a daily basis. “I exist in a modular home park in Rainbow, California, a sleepy little town just north of San Diego, and just south of Temecula,” they told us. “My story is long and fascinating. However, the short version of this story is I want to make social media fun.” Whatever the true identity of Myrna really is, you gotta…

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California suing In-N-Out burger chain over 2017 grass fire

An In-N-Out burger restaurant in Downey, Calif. Cal Fire is suing the chain over a 2017 grass fire on its property that burned 245 acres.  (Google Maps) The fire quickly spread to surrounding vegetation and was aided by winds, according to the suit. “Wildland fires such as the Huasna Fire ordinarily do not happen unless someone was negligent,” the lawsuit reads. CLICK HERE TO GET THE FOX NEWS APP The fire burned 245 acres over four days before it was contained. The state is seeking to recover costs associated with extinguishing…

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Dont miss out: Exhibit in Startup Alley at Disrupt Berlin 2019

Heiliger Strohsack — holy smokes! In just a few weeks, thousands of attendees will arrive in Germany for Disrupt Berlin 2019, the premiere international tech conference focused on early-stage startups. Talk about an opportunity to expose your fledgling startup to savvy investors, hungry media and a host of successful tech entrepreneurs and potential customers — from more than 50 countries. Here’s the best part: you still have time to plant your flag in Startup Alley and place your innovative products and ideas in front of the movers and shakers who…

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‘I use video games to manage my PTSD’

Media playback is unsupported on your device Media captionJennie Manley’s life has improved thanks to gaming A woman with post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) says playing video games has helped her manage her condition for more than a decade. Jennie Manley, 34, from Swansea, was introduced to gaming by her now-husband, when she was 19. She said: “Even when I wasn’t playing, during everyday life, it felt easier.” Experts said more research was needed on the therapeutic value of gaming, but there was “scope” for it to help mental health problems.…

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Steel Reserve Alloy Series’ Holiday 2019 Cans Make You Laugh As You Sip

Courtesy of Steel Reserve Alloy Series Steel Reserve Alloy Series’ Holiday 2019 Cans Make You Laugh As You Sip By Collette Reitz Nov 7, 2019 It you’re already dreading the lightning round of questions about your personal life that’ll be coming at you from every family member at Thanksgiving dinner, it can be hard to look forward to anything else. Prying relatives are difficult to avoid at any family gathering, but you might just have a new way out of those pesky holiday dinner interviews with Steel Reserve Alloy Series’…

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Conservatives open up 19-point lead with 47% share of the vote

Latest Opinium/Observer poll shows Tories capitalising on retreat of Brexit party as manifesto is unveiled The Conservatives have taken a commanding 19-point lead over Labour with less than three weeks to go before voters head to the polls, according to the latest Opinium poll for the Observer. The news comes as Boris Johnson launches the Tory election manifesto on Sunday, a moment seen by many Conservative MPs as the most dangerous of the campaign. It was Theresa Mays botched manifesto in 2017, which included an unpopular social care policy dubbed…

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