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Double Istanbul bombings kill 15 after football game

ISTANBUL - Fifteen people were killed and almost 70 wounded in Istanbul on Saturday when twin bombings struck the heart of the city close to the stadium of top flight football giants Besiktas after a major game.
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หน่วยข่าวกรองมะกันชี้ รัสเซียแทรกแซงเลือกตั้ง

ซีไอเอฟันธงรัสเซียแทรกแซงการเลือกตั้งประธานาธิบดี พัวพันแฮ็กอีเมลพรรคเดโมแครต-ฮิลลารี
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หน่วยข่าวกรองมะกันชี้ รัสเซียแทรกแซงเลือกตั้ง

ซีไอเอฟันธงรัสเซียแทรกแซงการเลือกตั้งประธานาธิบดี พัวพันแฮ็กอีเมลพรรคเดโมแครต-ฮิลลารี
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ตอนบนยังหนาวเย็นต่อเนื่อง กทม.อากาศเย็นตอนเช้า อุณหภูมิต่ำสุด23-24องศา ใต้ฝนลด

กรมอุตุนิยมวิทยารายงานสภาพอากาศ ประจำวันที่ 11 ธันวาคม 2559 ดังนี้ ลักษณะอากาศทั่วไป พยากรณ์อากาศ 24 ชั่วโมงข้างหน้า ประเทศไทยตอนบนยังคงมีอากาศหนาวเย็นต่อเนื่อง ในขณะที่กรุงเทพมหานครและปริมณฑลยังคงมีอากาศเย็น ในตอนเช้า ขอให้ประชาชนดูแลสุขภาพเนื่องจากอากาศที่เปลี่ยนแปลงในระยะนี้ สำหรับภาคใต้มีฝนตกน้อยลงกว่าในช่วงที่ผ่านมา ส่วนคลื่นลมบริเวณอ่าวไทยและทะเลอันดามัน มีคลื่นสูง 1-2 เมตร ลักษณะสำคัญทางอุตุนิยมวิทยา บริเวณความกดอากาศสูงจากประเทศจีนที่ปกคลุมประเทศไทยตอนบนเริ่มมีกำลังอ่อนลง แต่ยังคงทำให้บริเวณดังกล่าวมีอากาศหนาวเย็นต่อไป มีหย่อมความกดอากาศต่ำกำลังแรงบริเวณทะเลจีนใต้ตอนล่างที่จะทวีกำลังแรงขึ้นและจะเคลื่อนตัวทางทิศตะวันตกเข้าใกล้ปลายแหลมญวนในระยะต่อไปสำหรับมรสุมตะวันออกเฉียงเหนือที่พัดปกคลุมประเทศไทยและอ่าวไทยมีกำลังปานกลาง ลักษณะเช่นนี้ยังคงทำให้ภาคใต้มีฝนตกได้ ส่วนคลื่นลมบริเวณอ่าวไทยและทะเลอันดามันมีคลื่นสูง 1-2 เมตร พายุไซโคลน “วาร์ดะห์” (VARDAH) ที่ปกคลุมอยู่บริเวณอ่าวเบงกอลตอนกลาง มีการเคลื่อนตัวทางทิศตะวันตกค่อนทางเหนือเล็กน้อย และจะเคลื่อนที่ ไปทางประเทศอินเดีย โดยพายุนี้ไม่มีผลกระทบต่อประเทศไทย พยากรณ์อากาศสำหรับประเทศไทยตั้งแต่เวลา 06:00 วันนี้ ถึง 06:00 วันพรุ่งนี้ ภาคเหนือ อากาศเย็นถึงหนาว กับมีหมอกบางในตอนเช้า อุณหภูมิต่ำสุด 14-20 องศาเซลเซียส อุณหภูมิสูงสุด 29-32 องศาเซลเซียส บริเวณยอดดอยอากาศหนาว อุณหภูมิต่ำสุด 7-14 องศาเซลเซียส ลมตะวันออก […]

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Patti Smith stands in for Bob Dylan at Nobel ceremony

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Bob Dylan was notably absent Saturday to accept his Nobel Prize for literature, but his words and music still rang out with a passionate performance by Patti Smith in his stead.div class="feedflare" a href="http://rss.cnn.com/~ff/rss/cnn_topstories?a=nS2iF1pi98Y:wx52LzVlj4M:yIl2AUoC8zA"img src="http://feeds.feedburner.com/~ff/rss/cnn_topstories?d=yIl2AUoC8zA" border="0"/img/a a href="http://rss.cnn.com/~ff/rss/cnn_topstories?a=nS2iF1pi98Y:wx52LzVlj4M:7Q72WNTAKBA"img src="http://feeds.feedburner.com/~ff/rss/cnn_topstories?d=7Q72WNTAKBA" border="0"/img/a a href="http://rss.cnn.com/~ff/rss/cnn_topstories?a=nS2iF1pi98Y:wx52LzVlj4M:V_sGLiPBpWU"img src="http://feeds.feedburner.com/~ff/rss/cnn_topstories?i=nS2iF1pi98Y:wx52LzVlj4M:V_sGLiPBpWU" border="0"/img/a a href="http://rss.cnn.com/~ff/rss/cnn_topstories?a=nS2iF1pi98Y:wx52LzVlj4M:qj6IDK7rITs"img src="http://feeds.feedburner.com/~ff/rss/cnn_topstories?d=qj6IDK7rITs" border="0"/img/a a href="http://rss.cnn.com/~ff/rss/cnn_topstories?a=nS2iF1pi98Y:wx52LzVlj4M:gIN9vFwOqvQ"img src="http://feeds.feedburner.com/~ff/rss/cnn_topstories?i=nS2iF1pi98Y:wx52LzVlj4M:gIN9vFwOqvQ" border="0"/img/a /divimg src="http://feeds.feedburner.com/~r/rss/cnn_topstories/~4/nS2iF1pi98Y" height="1" width="1" alt=""/
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โรงแรมลดราคาที่พักรับทัวร์จีน

โรงแรมกัดฟันไม่ขึ้นค่าห้องพักไฮซีซั่นรับทัวร์จีนช่วยเอเยนต์ทัวร์ คาดรายได้ห้องพักหาย 20%
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9.00INDEX ​ปฏิบัติการ 13 ธันวาคม คือ หมุดหมาย ​​​หลักประกันความถูกต้องของ การเมือง

มีบทสรุปมาอย่างยาวนานแล้วว่า หาก”การเมือง”ถูกต้องย่อมกุมโอกาส ย่อมเป็น “หลักประกัน” ​รุกที่ไหน ชนะที่นั่น ​คำว่า “รู้เขา รู้เรา รบ 100 ครั้ง ชนะ 100 ครั้ง”ของท่านซุนวูก็มาจากฐานความเชื่อนี้ ​เหมือนกับการตัดสินใจ “บุก” วัดพระธรรมกาย ​หากดูจากท่าทีระดับ “หัวแถว” อย่าง พล.อ.ประยุทธ์ จันทร์โอชา อย่าง พล.อ.ประวิตร วงษ์สุวรรณ ​มากด้วย “ความมั่นใจ” ​จึงไม่แปลกที่ระดับ “กลางแถว”อย่าง พ.ต.อ.ไพสิฐ วงศ์เมือง อย่าง พล.ต.อ.ศรีวราห์ รังสิพราหมณกุล ​จะมาด้วย “ความมั่นใจ” ​เห็นได้จากแถลงย้ำแล้วย้ำอีกในประเด็นว่า ทุกอย่างเป็นไปตาม “กฎหมาย” ทุกอย่างเป็นไปตามขื่อแปของบ้านเมือง ​ความมั่นใจนี้เองทำให้เปิดมาตรการ “บุก” หากเริ่มต้นจากบรรทัดฐานแห่ง “กฎหมาย” หากเริ่มต้นจากบรรทัดฐานแห่ง “คดีความ” ​ข้อกล่าวหา “รับของโจร” ขึงขังอย่างยิ่ง ​ข้อกล่าวหา “ฟอกเงิน” ขึงขังอย่างยิ่ง เหมือนกับความขึงขังของข้อหา “รุกป่า” […]

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Consumer advocates target 'confusing' drug names

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Consumer advocates have urged authorities to rein in drug manufacturers that brand their products with names similar to those of established brands, in a bid to prevent patients from mistakenly using them.
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Consumer advocates target 'confusing' drug names

Consumer advocates have urged authorities to rein in drug manufacturers that brand their products with names similar to those of established brands, in a bid to prevent patients from mistakenly using them.
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อุตุฯเผยไทยตอนบนยังหนาวเย็นต่อเนื่อง

กรมอุตุฯเผยไทยตอนบนยังมีอากาศหนาวเย็นต่อเนื่อง ขณะที่ภาคใต้มีฝนตกน้อยลงกว่าช่วงที่ผ่านมา
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Colbert mocks Trump's administration picks

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Patton Oswalt Reacts To Russian Hacking Revelation With No-Holds-Barred Post

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Comedian Patton Oswalt has officially had enough with both Republicans and Democrats after the latest political scandal to erupt in the wake of Donald Trump’s presidential victory. 


Following the release of a CIA report that concluded Russian hackers interfered with the election to help secure the White House for Trump, Oswalt shared a no-holds-barred post on Facebook expressing his disgust at the state of American politics. 


“These newest revelations, that Russia hacked the election. Piles of evidence, teetering up to the sky. That Russia ALSO hacked the [Republican National Committee] and are holding them over a barrel because of what they know. Which would be hilarious if it wasn’t so frightening,” he wrote on Saturday. 


“And the boiling chaos that’s resulting from it. I’ve got conservative friends actually DEFENDING Russia on this,” Oswalt continued. “I’ve got progressive friends gloating that we’ve finally had done to us what we’ve done to other countries. That Hillary somehow deserves this. That WE somehow deserve this. That infuriating cliche about, ‘It’s actually GOOD if Trump destroys everything it’ll start a revolution BLAH BLAH BLAH F**KING BLAH.’”


On Friday evening, Trump’s transition team dismissed the CIA report as a fabrication in a statement that also described the intelligence agency as “the same people that said Saddam Hussein had weapons of mass destruction.”


“It’s time to move on and ‘Make America great again,’” the statement said.


But Oswalt, for one, is putting his foot down and refusing to normalize the president-elect, whom he likens to a “grope-y, racist uncle who just won $50,000 playing scratch-offs.”


“In the middle of it all is Trump ― bloated, grinning, oblivious, wearing his cheap baseball cap and ruining people’s lives with his Twitter,” Oswalt wrote. “While all around him ― smarter, better, exhausted people scramble around, trying to sweep up a china shop he keeps stumbling through, laughing the whole time at these stupid nerds picking up the broken pieces on the ground.”


Read his full post below: 




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Nine Rajamangala universities revert to old terms

The academic year for students under the umbrella of Rajamangala University of Technology is set to revert to the old system, starting next term, for the benefit of local students.
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University reverts to old terms

The academic year for students under the umbrella of Rajamangala University of Technology is set to revert to the old system, starting next term, for the benefit of local students.
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ชาวนาการเมืองในมุมมองต่างชาติ

นักวิชาการวิพากษ์ชาวนา ยกระดับเป็นผู้ประกอบการคนชั้นกลาง ต่อรอง เรียกร้องจำนำข้าว-ประกันราคา ไม่ใช่สิทธิเสรีภาพ แทบไม่เหลือชาวนายากจนในชนบท
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University reverts to old terms

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The academic year for students under the umbrella of Rajamangala University of Technology is set to revert to the old system, starting next term, for the benefit of local students.
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International LGBT Leaders Conference has Record Attendance

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The Victory Fund Institute 2016 International LGBT Leaders Conference planners were the first to admit this year's conference was not what they had anticipated it would be. They planned around their Presidential Appointments Institute which was primed to push the Clinton administration, through their transition team, to hire record numbers of LGBT personnel. They were set to fight for the first 'open' LGBT member of the Cabinet and an openly lesbian or transgender ambassador. As the saying goes "the best laid plans of mice and men" do go astray.

Victory Fund has prided themselves on supporting openly LGBT candidates of both Parties. So how Victory Fund responds to the Trump administration will be interesting and important for their future. It is my hope responses to attacks on LGBT rights and on potential nominees to the cabinet will come from both Democratic and Republican Office holders who have won their races with the support of the Victory Fund. To date there has been no out-reach from the Trump transition team.

So instead of promoting LGBT candidates for positions and talking about new inroads that can be made to ensure LGBT equality around the world there was a sense of sadness, frustration, and people questioning how to approach the Trump administration which looks as if it will be populated with the most anti-LGBT individuals Trump could find.

A group of millionaires and billionaires joined by their anti-women and anti-LGBT beliefs. People whose views appear to be in lock-step with those of transition chair, presumptive VP-elect Mike Pence, who is notoriously anti-gay and anti-women. Pence wanted to take money from HIV-AIDS education and healthcare and instead use it to pay for conversion therapy.

The choice for the Department of Education is Betsy DeVos whose family began Amway and has funded every anti-gay initiative across the nation. Tom Price (R-GA) is Trump's choice for Health and Human Services. According to a column by Brendan Morrow "In 2011, he proposed the Protect Life Act, which would have denied government funding to health care plans that cover abortions. He has been given a rating of zero by Planned Parenthood and a rating of 100 from the National Right to Life Committee. He also voted against legislation requiring that insurance plans cover contraception. In terms of LGBT rights, Price voted in November 2007 against a bill to prohibit workplace discrimination against Americans based on their sexual orientation. He also voted to constitutionally define marriage as being between a man and a woman, and he voted against repealing Don't Ask, Don't Tell. The Human Rights Campaign gives him a rating of zero percent."

In Trump's alternate universe he can say "marriage-equality is a settled issue so it no longer matters what he thinks" and then say he is for overturning Roe v. Wade. He apparently has no understanding once he nominates a Supreme Court Justice he no longer controls what they do and both those decisions have an equal chance of being overturned if the right cases come before the court.

So the tone of the conference went from somber, to calls to fight and trying to figure out the best way to do that. In one plenary session Representative Sean Patrick Maloney (D-NY) said "the time for mourning is over. It's time to regroup, stand-up and fight for the things we all believe in."

The opening plenary session presented some of the Gay ambassadors President Obama appointed. Rufus Gifford, Ambassador to Denmark; Randy Brewster Ambassador to the Dominican Republic; Ted Osius, Ambassador to Vietnam who was skyped into the session; Michael Guest, Ambassador to Romania during the Bush administration 2001-2004; and Randy Berry Special Envoy for LGBT rights at the state department. The session was led off by Todd Larson who is with USAID. He spoke eloquently about what has been happening and his hopes for the future. One ambassador not represented was John Berry, who had been appointed Ambassador to Australia after serving as head of OPM in Obama's first term.

The ambassadors spoke of how far we have come and of taking part in Pride parades around the world and flying the rainbow flag from their embassies during Pride month. The consensus was it would be difficult for the Trump Administration to totally turn back the clock on these efforts. There may be no gay ambassador's named but local embassy staff and Foreign Service officers would support continuing the policies that exist. While all the LGBT Ambassadors named thus far have been white men it was agreed the foreign service is changing, if too slowly, and there is hope in the future there would be more people of color and women LGBT ambassadors named.

Some highlights from other plenary sessions included Senator Tammy Baldwin (D-WI) speaking about how we move forward and how she is looking at Wisconsin and what happened there in this election as she looks to her 2018 reelection campaign.

A standout speaker for me, and clearly the rest of the audience, was Dr. Rachel Levine. Dr. Levine, who is transgender was appointed by Pennsylvania Democratic Governor Tom Wolf as Physician General of the state of Pennsylvania. She is a woman of great accomplishments according to her bio 'including being Vice-Chair for Clinical Affairs for the Department of Pediatrics and Chief of the Division of Adolescent Medicine and Eating Disorders at the Penn State Hershey Children's Hospital-Milton S. Hershey Medical Center. Dr. Levine graduated from Harvard College in 1979 and the Tulane University School of Medicine in 1983. She completed her training in Pediatrics at the Mt. Sinai Medical Center in New York City in 1987 and then did a Fellowship in Adolescent Medicine at Mt. Sinai from 1987-88. Dr. Levine taught at the Penn State College of Medicine on topics in adolescent medicine, eating disorders and transgender medicine. In addition, she has lectured nationally and internationally on these topics and has published articles and chapters on the medical management of eating disorders."

Beyond all this it is evident Dr. Levine is a great spokesperson for the LGBT community. Contrary to some of our spokespeople she has actually done something in the real world and is able to relate to people in a different way. It would be my hope the Victory Fund find ways to have Dr. Levine speak to different audiences we want to influence.

At the Saturday lunch there were representatives from Emily's List and the Center for American Progress who spoke of the need for new messaging. But the highlight of the session was listening to newly elected Florida legislator Carlos Guillermo Smith from Orlando. He spoke of the impact the massacre at Pulse Nightclub had on him and his campaign. He then introduced three brave survivors from Pulse who were in the audience. The three were Adrian Lopez and his husband Javier Nava, and Christopher Hansen. They received a well-deserved and passionate standing ovation from the audience both for their courage that night and for their continued commitment to fighting for LGBT rights.



While the over 500 attendees at the Conference may not have attended the meeting they initially registered for, I think being with LGBT activists, elected and appointed officials from around the world for a few days gave everyone hope for a better future. They left with a shared a commitment to support each other and to fight on to ensure full-equality for LGBT people around the world.

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Okay...THAT Happened. Now What?

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Many people found themselves in shock after last month's election results. But many others rejoiced. And others--they couldn't be phased either way.

Regardless of which camp you fit into, anytime an event happens in which people see things from vastly different perspectives, it gives us a chance to examine, reassess, and move forward in a new way. This applies to everything from an election to a simple family squabble.

Here's how that works:

First, the disconnection.
Whenever two sides can't understand each other's point of view--whether it's political parties we're talking about, or a married couple--it's time to try harder to understand each other. Set your ideas aside for a minute and really listen.

Next, understand fear.
Fear is a powerful force that motivates many of our actions much of the time. Fear activates the amygdala, and that creates a fight, flight, or freeze response in the brain. When you're in survival mode, it's difficult to think of others' needs. Which begs the question, "What are we so afraid of?"

Then, find the commonality.
We actually want a lot of the same things. In this country, for example, I think most people want affordable healthcare and quality education (even if we disagree on the best way to go about it). In other situations where there is disagreement, if you search deeply enough, I'm betting you'll also find agreement.

There's no going back.
A shocking event shakes things up and starts a new era, for better or for worse. In the case of the election, it brought to light how much about our old system isn't working. If it was, we wouldn't have so much polarity in our country. Since there's no going back, we may as well make the most of it.

It's time to be all in.
However you're called to serve, now is the time to do it. If you're a writer, now is the time to write. If you're a spiritual light worker, now is the time to meditate and radiate your light. If you're inspired to work for women's rights, immigrants, the LGBTQ community--get to it. While we never need a reason to be active in the community, if you were looking for one, you can find it now.

Change is an opportunity.
Even though it's uncomfortable sometimes, change is inevitable. How we handle change is everything. Will we have an explosive reaction or a proactive response? Transformation doesn't come from the light, it comes from moving through the darkness.

Unifying doesn't mean we have to agree.
We can move forward together with respect even when we don't agree on everything. Again, this applies to a situation as big as a country in turmoil or a couple who is arguing about the dishes. We can agree to disagree and move on together, putting our differences aside.

So yeah, that happened. It won't be the last shocking thing we'll go through. And whether you're still in shock or never were, let's not waste this opportunity for growth--as individuals, as a culture, and as a world. Now is the time to focus on SOLUTIONS rather than PROBLEMS, even though there are plenty of both.

Ready or not, it's time to roll up our sleeves, embrace the change, step up our collective game, yell "Bring it On!" and jump in, armed with kindness, empathy, and gratitude.

It's time for ACTION rather than ANXIETY.

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Former 'Brady Bunch' Star Under Fire After Report Of Homophobic Rant

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Susan Olsen, the former child star who played Cindy Brady on “The Brady Bunch,” is under fire after allegedly unleashing a slur-filled rant against one of her critics.


On Wednesday, activist and producer Leon Acord-Whiting slammed Olsen after appearing as a guest on Two Chicks Talkin’ Politics, a show that Olsen co-hosted with Sheena Metal on LA Talk Radio. He accused Olsen of spreading “outrageous misinformation,” including the idea that a person can’t be a liberal and a patriot at the same time.  





Olsen responded with her own Facebook post, calling Acord-Whiting a “little piece of human waste.”





Acord-Whiting said Olsen took things one step further in a private message. He posted a screenshot that appears to show Olsen going off on a tirade and repeatedly calling him a “faggot”:





Acord-Whiting, Olsen and LA Talk Radio all did not respond to requests for comment from The Huffington Post. But LA Talk Radio announced Friday on Facebook that it had “severed ties” with an unnamed host due to hateful speech aimed at the LGBT community. 





Olsen’s comments may come as a surprise to those who remember when she spoke out in support of marriage equality three years ago. In 2013, she posted a moving tribute to Robert Reed, the reportedly closeted gay actor who played father Mike Brady on “The Brady Bunch.” She suggested that Reed could “never make peace with himself” because of the way society treated queer men.



“To me, the vilification of homosexuality is exactly like the primitive practice of people who killed babies who were born with cleft palates or birth marks,” Olsen wrote then. “It is a worship not of God but of fear itself in the form of a God who hates.”


H/T Towleroad

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