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Grammy Show Delivers Diversity: Madonna To Metallica

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John Legend will sing All of Me from his Love In the Future album. Also in the solo spotlight are Lorde, Taylor Swift, Katy Perry, Kacey Musgraves and Hunter Hayes. A hard-rock finale brings together Wells Fargo Expands Technology Banking Division In U.s. Nine Inch Nails, Queens of the Stone Age, Dave Grohl and Fleetwood Mac guitarist Lindsey Buckingham. The range of talent "is pretty extraordinary this year, from the tried and true to the new," says Neil Portnow, president/CEO of the Recording Academy. "You see a lot of great established artists in the nominations, artists into their sophomore or junior albums who are soaring, and some brand new people who broke out with very different kinds of music. For us, that's the best-case scenario." The chief challenge this year? <br>Full story:

Saturday, 25-Jan-2014 13:58 Email | Share | | Bookmark
Day Of The Jobsworth: Is Discretion Dead? Or The Saga Of Alice,

Mr May said a crowd formed outside the stall and the stressful ordeal meant all three of his children were in tears by the time they left the bathroom. "I agree it was mayhem but I still felt his actions were really quite intimidating and if he had forced the door open whilst my daughter was sitting with her pants around her ankles and with a crowd gathered around the door, the psychological effect on her would have been terrible. I was furious," Mr May said. "I don't have an answer as to how he should have acted instead, but at the same time, if it was my kids stuck in there with some paedophile or whatever I would have applauded his actions. "I suppose he could have said that he was giving me 30 seconds to open the door in which time he could have cleared all the spectators away and view publisher site maybe called for assistance." Mr Murphy said it was common for rules to affect men in this way. "There's a serious problem in society generally if people's first reaction seeing a man with a child is that something sinister is going on. <br>More:

Friday, 24-Jan-2014 04:48 Email | Share | | Bookmark
Sochi 2014: Profile Of Austria In The Winter Olympics

Not only are the country's 105 total alpine medals more than any other nation, but Austria also holds more medals in this discipline than all other events combined. The country did struggle somewhat at 2010 Vancouver, however, as its men's team failed to medal in five events, while the women's squad more typically earned four total medals. Top Olympic Medal Winners: Felix Gottwald: Nordic combined, 7 medals -- 3 gold, 1 silver, 3 gold, 5-time Olympian (1994-2010) Thomas Morganstern: Ski jumping, 3 medals -- 3 gold, 2-time Olympian (2006-2010) Anton "Toni" Sailer: Alpine skiing, 3 medals -- 3 gold, 1-time Olympian (1956) Hermann Maier: Alpine skiing, 4 medals -- 2 gold, 1 silver, home 1 bronze, 2-time Olympican (1998, 2006) Benjamin Raich: Alpine skiing, 4 medals -- 2 gold, 2 bronze, 3-time Olympian (2002-2010) Stephan Eberharter: Alpine skiing, 4 medals -- 1 gold, 2 silver, 1 bronze, 2-time Olympian (1998-2002) Athletes to Watch in Sochi: Gregor Schlierenzauer: This popular Austrian ski jumper made a strong impression during his first Olympic Games in 2010 where he captured three total medals, including a gold for the large hill team event. Known to fans as "Schlieri," the 24-year-old certainly benefits from being part of a dominant team, in which he is paired with Thomas Morganstern. Yet, Schlierenzauer did win gold in redirected the individual large hill event in the 2011 Nordic World Ski Championships and is capable of doing so in Sochi. Andrea Fischbacher: This cousin of the legendary Hermann Maier was the sole Austrian to claim gold in an alpine skiing event at Vancouver. <br>More:

Tuesday, 21-Jan-2014 17:43 Email | Share | | Bookmark
13 Must-see Gifs From Seahawks-49ers Nfc Championship Classic

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(AP Photo/Matt Slocum) Jim Harbaugh San Francisco 49ers head coach Jim Harbaugh watches as his team warms up before the NFL football NFC Championship game against the Seattle Seahawks Sunday, Jan. 19, 2014, in Seattle. Farrah Abraham video (AP Photo/Marcio Jose Sanchez) Pete Carroll, Jim Harbaugh Seattle Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll, right, shakes hands with San Francisco 49ers head coach Jim Harbaugh before the NFL football NFC Championship game Sunday, Jan. 19, 2014, in Seattle. (AP Photo/Ted S. Warren) Pete Carroll Seattle Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll celebrates after the NFL football NFC Championship game against the San Francisco 49ers, Sunday, Jan. 19, 2014, in Seattle. The Seahawks won 23-17 to advance to Super Bowl XLVIII. (AP Photo/Ted S. <br>More:

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Japan Signs Carbon Offset Deal With Palau

CST, January 14, 2014 (Reuters) - Japan has signed an agreement with Palau to allow Japanese companies to earn carbon credits by helping the small Pacific island cut greenhouse gas emissions, the Japanese government said on Monday. Under the deal, both nations will set up a joint committee of representatives to operate a web site bilateral offset crediting mechanism, known as the Joint Crediting Mechanism, Tokyo said in a statement. Japan has already has nine such bilateral agreements, aiming to bypass the lengthy screening process of the United Nations' Clean Development Mechanism, the world's main carbon offsetting scheme. Its existing agreements are with Mongolia, Bangladesh, Ethiopia, Indonesia, Kenya, the Maldives, Vietnam, Laos and Costa [source] Rica. Palau is among the small island nations in the Pacific that have been threatened by rising sea levels and are considered to be most at threat from the consequences of global warming. Japan wants credits earned under these bilateral agreements to count towards its targets for reducing its heat-trapping emissions, although this has yet to be formally endorsed at U.N. climate negotiations. <br>More:,0,3664323.story

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