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Wildfire near Fort Nelson now more than 8,000 hectares, expected to grow

The Parker Lake wildfire, burning west of Fort Nelson, B.C., is now an estimated 8,433 hectares in size and officials expect it to keep growing. The weather is playing a key role in the wildfire fight, however, with the next 24 hours deemed critical. Rain fell around the town of Fort Nelson on Tuesday but the main focus is on the wind direction. The winds did not push the fire towards the community and neighbouring First Nation, as officials feared, but they are warning that could change easily. About 4,700 people have been on evacuation order since Friday. “We’re not out of the woods yet, but it’s looking good (Tuesday),” Mayor Rob Fraser with the Northern Rockies Regional Municipality told Global News. “Maybe the Wildfire Service will get a chance to corral this here in the next few days if this holds. “If we get a lot of winds from the west, that will push the edge of the fire towards the community. The front of the fire has actually gone past and has gone down in the valley closer to the river.” Meanwhile, there is another wildfire about 60 km away from Fort St. John, which is now about 600 hectares in size and near the Doig River First Nation. On Monday afternoon, 175 people were ordered to leave their homes due to that wildfire.

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Trump’s Big Gun Entourage Torches Merits of ‘Sham’ Business Records Trial Outside Courthouse

Former President Donald Trump’s entourage of leading Republicans delivered a fiery press conference outside of his “sham” business records trial in Manhattan on Tuesday. The midday press conference featured two of Trump’s former 2024 campaign rivals, Gov. Doug Burgum (R-ND) and entrepreneur Vivek Ramaswamy, as well as Reps. Byron Donalds (R-FL) and Cory Mills (R-FL). Burgum, who kicked off the press conference, called the trial “election interference,” emphasizing that it is “tying up the president from being out on the campaign trail.” ?BURGUM- “The American people have already acquitted President Trump.” pic.twitter.com/BMsd4bMl9j — Benny Johnson (@bennyjohnson) May 14, 2024 He then contended that polling has shown “the American people already acquitted” Trump in the case: We know that from the polls that have come out — even from New York Times, Rasmussen Interactive this week — President Trump is leading all over the country. And the conclusion you can draw from that is the American people have already acquitted Donald Trump because the things that they’re concerned about — inflation, crime, the border, the economy, all of these things President Trump is leading by huge double digits versus Joe Biden. “The sooner that this scam trial can be concluded then the sooner that the president can get back to getting out campaigning and talking to the American people,” he added. Ramaswamy followed, declaring the trial is a “sham.” BREAKING: Vivek Ramaswamy (@VivekGRamaswamy)EXPLODES, outside Trump’s courtroom in New York, says, “This is a politicized persecution that is nakedly apparent.” “What I want to do is dive a little bit deeper into what we actually learned today in that courtroom. What do we see… pic.twitter.com/ni5ANUYunR — Simon Ateba (@simonateba) May 14, 2024 “This is not the United States of America. This is some third-rate banana republic. If this were happening in another country, we would be laughing at them as a sham democracy,” he said before focusing on prosecutors and disgraced convict Michael Cohen, who was Trump’s former lawyer: I am ashamed, as an American citizen, to sit here in a courtroom watching the former leader of the free world, and let’s be honest, likely next leader of the free world, sitting with the indignity in this dingy third-rate courtroom with fourth-rate prosecutors and a fifth-rate lawyer on the stand as a witness who actually is violating attorney-client privilege left and right. In his remarks, Donalds tore into Justice Juan Merchan, zoning in on his daughter, Loren Merchan. Ladies & Gentlemen of America, this trial is a JOKE, a FARCE & a TRAVESTY of justice. We were in court all morning & it’s clear that there’s NO CRIME. The only crime here is that a Democrat judge & the Democrat party is prosecuting their top political rival during an election. pic.twitter.com/rlLwOE7IHw — Byron Donalds (@ByronDonalds) May 14, 2024 “The only thing that’s being done wrong is by this judge. His daughter’s making money raising money for Democrats? And all of the fundraising emails and all of the fundraising things are about this trial that his daughter is using. He won’t recuse himself. This is a travesty of justice,” Donalds argued. He also ripped Bragg. .@ByronDonalds: “The only thing that’s being done wrong is by this judge. His daughter’s…raising money for Democrats?…He won’t recuse himself? This is a travesty of justice…Unfortunately, it’s going to take the American people this November to let their voices be heard…” pic.twitter.com/zEnDjFeCn1 — MAGA War Room (@MAGAIncWarRoom) May 14, 2024 “You have all of NYPD’s finest down here because of that travesty going on in that courtroom. Meanwhile, the citizens of New York are less safe, and the district attorney of New York is not prosecuting real crime,” he said. Mills contended that Democrats “want to keep President Trump off the campaign trail” and that “the American people see this for what it is.” ?MILLS: “Cohen admitted to defrauding the Trump organization— This is the Department of INJUSTICE.” pic.twitter.com/cZKtc0Bg9m — Benny Johnson (@bennyjohnson) May 14, 2024 “They’re seeing what’s happening in the swing states across America, and they’re seeing this is draining down assets and resources that could be utilized by the president to continue to forge ahead, to build a stronger economy, to secure our border, and to get our nation back on track,” Mills said. “This is a sham, and that is the only thing this is,” he added. “Michael Cohen has no credibility, no integrity, and this is weaponization against our president.”

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Animal rights activists say Stampede ‘not entertainment; it’s cruelty’

The start of the Calgary Stampede is over seven weeks away, but the Vancouver Humane Society has already launched a campaign urging Calgarians to “skip the rodeo and chuckwagon races.” The Society has commissioned advertisements on several billboards around Calgary displaying messages such as “Rodeo: No Fun for Animals” and “Rodeo animals aren’t performing, they’re suffering.” The billboards are located on 42 ave just east of Blackfoot Trail, on Glenmore Trail just west of 52 street and on MacLeod Trail south of 48 avenue. “The billboards encourage people to rethink supporting events that cause animal suffering,” says the Society’s director of communications, Chantelle Archambault. “It’s not entertainment. It’s cruelty.” The organization says it also hired Vancouver-based Research Co to do some polling and claims the results show more than half of Albertans surveyed disagree with the use of animals in events like steer wrestling, calf roping, and bronc riding. In a statement provided to Global News, the Calgary Stampede says treating animals with respect and care is at the core of its celebration of western heritage and values. “We encourage members of our community to visit Stampede Park, July 5-14, to learn about and connect with the animals, and to meet the professionals who care for them,” says the Stampede’s manager of communications, Shannon Greer. In response to the Humane Society’s claim that the popularity of the events is in decline and animal deaths to blame, Greer says “our rodeo and evening show ticket sales this year are tracking ahead of 2023, which was a record year. Our community’s participation is a reflection of how important these experiences continue to be to our guests.”

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Donald Trump’s lawyers attack Michael Cohen’s credibility at hush money trial

Donald Trump’s former fixer Michael Cohen faced aggressive questioning on Tuesday from the Republican presidential candidate’s defence lawyers, who sought to undermine Cohen’s testimony that Trump was intricately involved in a scheme to buy a porn star’s silence. Trump lawyer Todd Blanche used Cohen’s own words to paint a picture of a turncoat who went from revering the former president to reviling him, even calling Trump a “dictator douchebag,” a “boorish cartoon misogynist” and a “Cheeto-dusted cartoon villain”. Cohen, who spent more than a decade working as Trump’s fixer, had already answered prosecutors’ questions for about nine hours in the witness box on Monday and Tuesday. He testified that Trump ordered him to pay adult film star Stormy Daniels in 2016 to stay quiet about an alleged 2006 sexual encounter, lest it torpedo his presidential campaign, and then approved a plan to reimburse Cohen through a series of bogus invoices. But Cohen’s checkered history – he served time in federal prison for various crimes, including the hush money payment, and has admittedly lied under oath – offered Trump’s lawyers an obvious target, once they were free to question Cohen themselves. Through about two hours of cross-examination, Blanche had yet to ask Cohen about the US$130,000 payment at the heart of the case, instead combing methodically through Cohen’s extensive public comments about Trump over the years to underscore his transformation from Trump loyalist to foe and his pattern of deception. Blanche also suggested Cohen was motivated by money, revenge and notoriety rather than justice, asking Cohen about the millions of dollars he earned from two tell-all memoirs and the millions of subscribers to his frequently anti-Trump podcast. The defence showed jurors pictures of Trump-themed merchandise for sale on Cohen’s website, including mugs reading: “Send him to the big house, not the White House.” Cohen is the prosecution’s star witness at Trump’s historic trial, which started on April 15 and appears to be nearing an end; prosecutors told the judge on Tuesday that Cohen would be their final witness. His cross-examination will resume on Thursday, after a scheduled day off for the trial on Wednesday. Prosecutors say Trump paid Cohen back after the election by creating false records indicating they were for legal fees. Those disguised reimbursements provide the basis for the 34 counts of falsifying business records that Trump faces. Trump, 77, the 2024 Republican presidential candidate, has pleaded not guilty and denies any sexual encounter with Daniels. He has characterised the case as a partisan attempt to interfere with his campaign to take back the White House he lost in 2020 to Democratic US President Joe Biden. Earlier on Tuesday, Cohen described an Oval Office meeting in February 2017 where Trump told him that Cohen would soon receive the first monthly instalments of a bonus package, which Cohen said included reimbursements for the Daniels payment. Prosecutor Susan Hoffinger walked Cohen through a series of invoices and checks – some signed by Trump himself – that Cohen said were falsely marked as paying to retain him for legal services. “There was no retainer agreement, was there?” Hoffinger asked. “No, ma’am,” Cohen replied. Cohen, 57, said he lied multiple times to Congress during an investigation into Trump’s Russia ties, eventually pleading guilty to perjury. He also told jurors he lied repeatedly to journalists and others about the Daniels scandal. In 2018, after the US Justice Department began investigating the Daniels payment, FBI agents raided Cohen’s home. He said he called Trump in a panic. “He said to me, ‘Don’t worry, I’m the president of the United States … you’re going to be OK,’” Cohen said. That was the last time they spoke directly, Cohen added. Instead, Cohen testified, lawyer Robert Costello, who was close to Trump adviser Rudy Giuliani, offered a “backchannel” to Trump. In emails shown to jurors, Costello passed along Giuliani’s assurances that he had “friends in high places”. Meanwhile, Trump was defending Cohen on social media and decrying the idea that he might “flip” and cooperate with prosecutors. It all added up to a “pressure campaign” to keep Cohen in line, he said. But he eventually decided to cooperate after speaking with his family. Cohen pleaded guilty to federal crimes in 2018, including offences related to the Daniels payment, and said he was acting at the behest of Trump, who was not charged. “I regret doing things for him that I should not have,” Cohen said on Tuesday when asked to reflect on his many years working for Trump. “To keep the loyalty and to do the things that he asked me to do, I violated my moral compass. And I suffered the penalty – as has my family.” A day after several Republican lawmakers attended the trial in support of Trump, US House Speaker Mike Johnson joined him and later criticised the case outside the court. While Cohen testified on Tuesday, a mid-level appeal court denied Trump’s latest effort to throw out a partial gag order that Trump asserted violated his right to free speech. The trial judge imposed the order to prevent Trump from interfering with the case. On Monday, Cohen said Trump approved multiple payments to keep damaging sex-scandal stories out of the public eye. In October 2016, Cohen said, he learned Daniels was shopping her story to tabloids. At the time, the Trump campaign was in crisis mode after the release of an audio recording in which Trump bragged about grabbing women’s genitals. “He said to me, ‘This is a disaster, a total disaster. Women are going to hate me,’ Cohen told jurors Trump had said. Cohen testified that Trump was solely concerned about the impact Daniels’ story could have on his White House bid – and not, as Trump’s lawyers have suggested, about the effect on his wife and family. That distinction is crucial to the prosecution’s case. Under New York law, falsifying business records can be elevated from a misdemeanour to a felony if the crime helped conceal another offence. In Trump’s case, prosecutors have argued the payment was effectively a secret contribution to his campaign, violating federal and state laws. The Manhattan trial is considered less consequential than three other criminal prosecutions Trump faces, all of which are mired in delays. The other cases charge Trump with trying to overturn his 2020 presidential defeat and mishandling classified documents after leaving office. Trump pleaded not guilty to all three.

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Young Sheldon’s Emily Osment Says the Finale Will 'Break Your Heart': Make Sure 'You Have Kleenex' (Exclusive)

For Emily Osment, wrapping Young Sheldon was a bittersweet experience. During an interview with PEOPLE in April, Osment, 32, reflected on the CBS comedy, which airs its final two episodes on Thursday, May 16. For the actress, becoming a series regular on Young Sheldon was an unexpected gift. She says what began as a guest appearance in one episode became much more. “I’ll never forget sitting on the steps outside my house and getting the call that I was going to do an episode of [Young] Sheldon,” she recalls. “I was like, ‘Oh, that sounds fun. I love Chuck Lorre.’” “I was just supposed to do one guest star appearance. That was my deal. It was one episode, and then they brought me back for two more, and then they brought me back for seven more,” she continues. “Then they brought me on as a regular.” Mandy first appeared in season 5, eventually having a baby with George before finally tying the knot with him this season in city hall, surrounded by Meemaw (Annie Potts), Dale (Craig T. Nelson), Mary (Zoe Perry), George Sr. (Lance Barber), Missy (Raegan Revord), Georgie (Montana Jordan), Jim (Will Sasso) and Audrey (Rachel Bay Jones). “I think a disaster courthouse wedding is kind of the only way Mandy and Georgie were supposed to do it,” Osment told PEOPLE at PaleyFest 2024 in April. Mandy has become a fan favorite, so much so she and Georgie are getting their own spinoff series, George & Mandy’s First Marriage, which starts shooting this summer. Plot details are scarce, but when CBS announced the spinoff in March, the network hinted at the time the spinoff will revolve around Mandy and George raising their family in Texas “while navigating the challenges of adulthood, parenting, and marriage.” Osment, for her part, hopes to explore her character beyond what was shown on Young Sheldon. “It’s hinted in the marriage episode that [Mandy] wants to go back to school, that she maybe wants to have a career, that she doesn’t want to just be a stay-at-home mom, which is how I feel,” she told PEOPLE in April. “I think that’s such a tremendous thing for mothers to also be working, and I can’t wait to see what they do with that.” “[Mandy] was a weather girl,” Osment continues. “I don’t know if she’ll go back there, but I’m excited to see what career she takes.” For now, Osment wants to enjoy Young Sheldon’s final stretch — and she hopes viewers will, too. “I can’t wait for what’s next, but I definitely want to give [Young] Sheldon its due,” she says, teasing, “The finale is going to truly break your heart. Make sure you’re sitting down and you have Kleenex.” Never miss a story — sign up for PEOPLE’s free daily newsletter to stay up-to-date on the best of what PEOPLE has to offer​​, from celebrity news to compelling human interest stories. Young Sheldon’s two-part series finale airs Thursday, May 16, at 8 p.m. ET on CBS.

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Ange Postecoglou believes Tottenham’s ‘foundations are fairly fragile’

A furious Ange Postecoglou insisted the last 48 hours had shown Tottenham’s foundations are fragile after the 2-0 defeat to Manchester City in front of a subdued home crowd. Postecoglou had repeatedly expressed his bemusement on Monday at the prospect of Spurs’ own supporters being happy to lose to City due to the implications it would have on the title race. A positive result for Tottenham against Pep Guardiola’s team would have handed the initiative to their rivals Arsenal in the battle to win the Premier League ahead of Sunday’s final day. While Spurs produced a strong display against City, two second-half Erling Haaland goals earned them a precious victory but home fans chanted ‘are you watching Arsenal?’ after the striker’s 51st-minute opener. The atmosphere at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium was more flat than many other home matches, with the majority of songs targeted at Arsenal, but Postecoglou refused to be drawn on what exactly provoked a tetchy press conference which ended with the Australian admitting “adjustments” are required to take the club to the top. “I think the last 48 hours has revealed to me that the foundations are fairly fragile, mate,” Postecoglou said. “That’s just what I think. I just think the last 48 hours have revealed a fair bit to me. That’s alright. It just means I’ve got to go back to the drawing board with some things.” Pressed on what he meant, Postecoglou responded: “Outside, inside, everywhere. It’s been an interesting exercise. “It’s just my observations mate. I’m not going to tell you, because it’s for me. I’m the one who’s got to do it. “You can make your own assessments of what’s happened. I understand. I probably misread the situation as to what I think is important in your endeavour to become a winning team, but that’s OK. That’s why I’m here. “No, it’s got nothing to do with summer plans. The summer plans are there.” Quizzed on Tottenham supporters chanting “are you watching Arsenal?”, Postecoglou insisted: “I’m not interested mate. I just don’t care. “Maybe I’m out of step, but I just don’t care, I just want to win. I want to be successful at this football club, it’s why I was brought in. “So what other people, how they want to feel, and what their priorities are, are of zero interest to me. I know what’s important to build a winning team, that’s what I need to concentrate on. “I can’t dictate what people do. They’re allowed to express themselves any way they want. But yeah, when we’ve got late winners in games it’s because the crowd’s helped us. “I already know what I want to do, it’s just I’ve got to make some adjustments to how I do it.”

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Prosecutors ask judge to order Steve Bannon to report to prison

Federal prosecutors have asked the judge overseeing Steve Bannon’s prison term to reverse a stay on the sentence now that an appeals court has upheld his contempt of Congress conviction. In a motion filed in the US District Court for the District of Columbia on Tuesday, prosecutors requested that US District Judge Carl Nichols overturn the stay on Mr Bannon’s four-month prison sentence following a three-panel appeals court’s decision, stating in documents that “there is no legal basis” to continue the stay. Mr Bannon was convicted of two counts of contempt of Congress for refusing to comply with a subpoena from the House January 6 committee to testify and provide documents in the case. The political strategist, who previously served as an adviser to former president Donald Trump, was sentenced to four months in prison and hit with a $6,500 fine in October 2022. Mr Bannon appealed the sentence, prompting the judge to issue a stay on his prison term. On Friday, Judge Bradley Garcia issued a formal denial of that request. In a ruling from the appeals court, Judge Bradley Garcia wrote: “As both this court and the Supreme Court have repeatedly explained, a contrary rule would contravene the text of the contempt statute and hamstring Congress’s investigatory authority.” He added: “Because we have no basis to depart from that binding precedent, and because none of Bannon’s other challenges to his convictions have merit, we affirm.” Since Mr Bannon’s appeal was not successful, prosecutors said: “Consequently, there is no longer a ‘substantial question of law that is likely to result in a reversal or an order for a new trial’. Under these circumstances, the Court ‘shall order’ defendant ‘be detained’ so the stay of sentence must be lifted.” Judge Nichols has not issued a ruling on the matter but ordered Mr Bannon to respond to the motion by Thursday. The Independent emailed the office of David I Schoen, Mr Bannon’s attorney, for comment. The attorney has asked to file his response on May 20, in a move that was opposed by the Department of Justice prosecutors, according to court documents. If granted, Mr Bannon will have more time on the outside before his prison term begins.

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King Charles unveils first official portrait as monarch

Camera IconArtist Jonathan Yeo and King Charles III have unveiled the first official portait of the monarch. (AP PHOTO) Credit: AP King Charles unveils first official portrait as monarch Danica KirkaAPMay 15, 2024 6:27AM Topics Share to FacebookShare to TwitterEmail UsCopy the Link

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Bronx rapper Ashley Bautista ‘traumatized’ after fighting off fan at bowling alley: ‘I don’t feel comfortable walking anywhere’

A Bronx rapper claims she’s been left “traumatized” after punching a fan in purported self-defense after the woman confronted her and her entourage at a Manhattan bowling alley last month. Ashley Bautista, also known by her stage name Young Ash, was arrested around around 1:10 a.m. on April 26 at The Gutter on the Lower East Side after she says the female fan wrapped her arm around her, recorded her and before going after her friends “To keep a long story short, a fan ended up disrespecting me in person at a bowling alley,” Bautista told the Post outside of a Manhattan courthouse on Tuesday. “When she saw she wasn’t getting a reaction out of me she went and started beefing with my other friends.” “I was defending myself and my friends,” she continued. “I ended up punching her in front of the cop.” Bautista, 28, was arrested and charged with criminal mischief. She was released on her own recognizance on Tuesday. The fan, 25-year-old Imani Shepperson, was arraigned in the same courtroom on Tuesday — which Baustista found “insane.” Shepperson was charged with assault, criminal mischief and aggravated harassment following the fracas. A short clip of the fight provided by Bautista’s manager shows the two women exchanging blows as others watched on. Bautista claimed Shepperson “threatened” to fight her again before their arraignments on Tuesday. The rapper said she ignored the alleged provocation. “Let me tell you something. I’ve never experienced what I’ve experienced today. I got into the court. And she had court with me. How was that safe and immediately I was threatened. Like how is that safe?” she asked. Bautista said the bowling alley skirmish has left her “traumatized” and she now only goes outside accompanied by security. The musician said she loves her fans, but noted some have become overly aggressive in their interactions. “I want to shine a light on the fact that fans and supporters feel like they could push up on us because we’re supposed to act a certain way,” she said. “For the supporters and fans — I know you guys rock with us. It feels like you really know us because you’ve seen us online a lot. But don’t make it okay to just come up to somebody and touch them. Curse at them. Call them all types of words and you don’t even know this person.” Bautista was previously accused of luring her fans into a credit card scheme on Snapchat in 2018. She had flashed wads of cash on Snapchat promising her followers fast money in exchange for their bank account information. She was indicted with five co-defendants for allegedly using victims’ personal information, forged checks and ATM cards to withdraw cash from bank accounts in a scheme known as “card cracking.”

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