Ariana Grande Gets Fresh Ink With Jim Carrey’s ‘The Truman Show’ Quote – Perez Hilton

Ariana Grande is sporting fresh ink! The 7 Rings pop star revealed her latest tattoo — a quote inspired by The Truman Show starring Jim Carrey — to social media on Thursday. Ari reposted a photo to her Instagram Story of her BFF/cousin Courtney Chipolone‘s fresh ink, writing: “i got the same s**t but upside down.” “truman show” The tat is a quote by Carrey from the dramedy that reads: “In case I don’t see ya good afternoon good evening and good night!” What do U think of the new ink? / (c) Ariana Grande/Instagram Story On Thursday, the thank u, next singer also revealed added dates to the Sweetener World Tour schedule, but some fans were less than pleased by her lack …

Here’s Why Impeachment Polling Is All Over The Place

Democratic support for impeachment is continuing to grow both on the campaign trail and in Congress. At least and have publicly supported the idea, which still faces continued reluctance from senior Democratic leaders including House Speaker Nancy Pelosi. What the rest of America thinks about impeachment remains a more complicated question. A wave of new surveys tell often contradictory stories about the popularity of impeachment. But a few clear findings do emerge: First, public opposition to impeachment generally outweighs support, to at least a modest degree. Second, support for impeachment shows no signs of ebbing. And third, it has the backing of most Democrats ― although many would still rather that presidential hopefuls spend their time talking about issues like …

Mother Creates Seat Belt Covers That Would Warn Emergency Workers About Childrens Health Issues

Sometimes, a simple worrying thought can unleash a viral success. That happened to an Australian mom, Natalie Bell, when she thought about her daughter, Shae, getting in an accident. It prompted the woman to create a seat belt cover for the child that would warn whoever was helping her about the girl’s condition. Overnight, the idea went viral and Bell received thousands of requests for a similar seat belt cover. Bell, who is from Victoria, Australia, owns a business called Personalised By Nat where she creates personalized items, with most of the products being for parents and children. She decided to create a simple velcro seat belt cover with clear bold letters standing out on a white background to make …

Kamala Harris Wants To Make HIV Prevention Pill More Accessible

Democratic presidential candidate Sen. HIV drug more accessible, tackling both its cost and the stigma it carries. Harris’ bill focuses on expanding access to pre-exposure prophylaxis, or PrEP, a medication that dramatically lowers the risk of contracting HIV for people at high risk for the infection. The bill would ease the financial burden on consumers by guaranteeing the pill is fully covered by private insurance, Medicaid and Medicare and would allocate resources to cover uninsured patients. It would also ban companies selling life, disability and long-term insurance from denying coverage or charging higher premiums to people taking PrEP. The bill would also address the stigma associated with PrEP by funding a public education campaign on the pill, highlighting its effectiveness …

SaaS data protection provider Druva nabs $130M, now at a $1B+ valuation, acquiring CloudLanes

As businesses continue to move more of their computing and data to the cloud, one of the startups that has made a name for itself as a provider of cloud-based solutions to protect and manage those IT assets has raised a big round of funding to build its business. Druva, which provides software-as-a-service-based data protection, backup and management solutions, has raised $130 million in a round of funding that CEO and founder Jaspreet Singh says takes the company “well past the $1 billion mark” in terms of its valuation. Alongside this news, it’s making an acquisition to continue building out the storage part of its business (one of several product areas that it’s developing): it’s acquiring CloudLanes, a startup that …

18 Years Later, The House Finally Repeals The President’s 9/11 War Authority

Authorization for Use of Military Force. The resolution also gave the president the authority to go after anyone who “harbored” those people, “in order to prevent any future acts of international terrorism against the United States.” And now, with President Donald Trump and his administration strongly signaling they would use the 2001 AUMF to justify a new war with Iran, the newish Democratic majority controlling the House is taking its most serious steps to repeal the war authority. But this bill is almost certainly not the bill that will make it to Trump’s desk. This is the first serve in an appropriations pingpong match between the Democratic House and the Republican Senate. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) ― much …

The Guatemalans who pay the price for the wests need for nickel

A vast European-owned mine is operating near Mayan villages, sparking a battle for survival The road to Guatemalas biggest nickel mine is barely visible through a cloud of red dust, churned up by the 25-tonne trucks that thunder past loaded with ore. From the choking haze a cyclist emerges, weaving between the lorries. On his back he carries a bundle of firewood. Goggles protect his eyes, a bandana covers his nose and mouth. Manuel Choc, a grandfather with greying hair, lives in the settlement of El Paraso, almost opposite the gates of the Fenix mine. Each bundle sells for 10 quetzals (1). It is a precarious living. Many people have died on the road, says Choc. The trucks run them …

Manufacturing takes a sharp turn for the worse

New York (CNN)A key indicator of the health of the manufacturing sector tanked in June, suggesting that business sentiment around new tariffs is starting to bite. China’s retaliatory tariffs on US goods have also had a dramatic effect, with exports to China declining 20% year-over-year in April. It comes amid a global manufacturing slowdown, driven by factors including weak purchases of automobiles and slowing consumer spending in China. “Threats to the global growth outlook from trade protectionism have become much more significant in recent months,” wrote Fitch Ratings in a report released Wednesday. Even without the threatened new tariffs, Fitch downgraded its forecast for global growth in 2019, blaming policy uncertainty caused by the Brexit situation and the breakdown of …

The US suicide rate is up 33% since 1999, research says

(CNN)The suicide rate in the United States continues to climb, with a rate in 2017 that was 33% higher than in 1999, new research finds. The report noted that America’s suicide rates are at the highest level since World War II. Those who identify as American Indian or Alaska Natives had the highest increase among all race and ethnicity groups, according to the research. The research included data on deaths in the United States from the National Vital Statistics System’s multiple cause of death files for 1999 and 2017. Sign up here to get The Results Are In with Dr. Sanjay Gupta every Tuesday from the CNN Health team. Other studies have found increases in suicide rates, especially among adolescents …

Womans Garlic Peeling Hack Goes Viral And People Regret The Time They Wasted Doing It The Wrong Way

Garlic is a true culinary superstar. A staple in cuisines all over the world, the stinking rose adds a powerful punch to your favorite dishes, while at the same time providing a whole host of powerful health benefits. Could you imagine a guacamole or pasta sauce without it? Sure, it can leave you a little on the pungent side, which some people will notice more than others, but who cares? Crush those bad boys up and get your stink on! However, there is a catch. Peeling the individual cloves from the bulb is a major pain in the butt! It’s not difficult or especially time-consuming, just fiddly and annoying. Several innovative inventions have sprung up over the years to address …

Tory leader hopefuls to face second vote

The final two names will then be put to a postal vote of the 160,000 Tory party members, beginning on 22 June, with the winner expected to be announced about four weeks later. Johnson tops first Tory leadership poll Tory leadership candidates grilled by media Former Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson remains the clear frontrunner in the race after topping the first ballot earlier this month with 114 votes. Current Foreign Secretary Jeremy Hunt, who came second with 43 votes, and Environment Secretary Michael Gove, who was third with 37, should make it through to the next ballot on Wednesday if their support holds firm. Former Brexit Secretary Dominic Raab, who received 27 votes, and Home Secretary Sajid Javid, who received …

A Jerusalem hospital where Palestinian babies die alone

Israeli blockade on Gaza means parents are separated from critically ill children At first glance, nothing appeared out of place at the childrens intensive care unit. Nine beds were filled with nine tiny newborn babies, all with tubes attached to their wiry bodies. Monitors emitted the sounds of steady electronic blips. Nurses walked from bedside to bedside. A tired-looking paediatrician filled out paperwork. Yet something was missing: there were no parents. Some had been sent home to rest, or might be anxiously drinking coffee in the cafeteria downstairs. But for two babies at this Palestinian hospital in Jerusalem, their mothers were trapped an hour and a half away behind an Israeli-enforced blockade in Gaza. Both infants would later die, one …

A Man Is Suing A Cryonics Company For $1 Million (And His Father’s Head)

If you want to cheat death, you can purchase a cryonics package for the price of a car. Of course, there is no saying it will work. The technology to cryonically freeze people and bring them back to life doesn’t yet exist – and there is no guarantee it will in the future. Needless to say, cryonics (not cryogenics) puts a lot of faith in science and the belief that one day, researchers will find a way to reverse the deep-freezing process, thereby resurrecting your body and your consciousness. (Not to mention find a cure for what killed you in the first place.) And you have to hope that, if reanimated, your brain and body “wake up” undamaged by the chemicals used in the verification …

Careteam aims to unite patients and healthcare providers with a platform approach

How best to untangle the Gordian knot that is navigating your own healthcare? It’s a tricky question, and one that seems to have become only more complicated as technology improves, in many regards — systems don’t necessarily speak to one another, and it’s still hard for an ordinary patient without specialist knowledge to make sense of everything. Careteam is a Canadian startup hoping to address that, looking to replicate the kind of advances made possible by technology in industries like e-commerce and enterprise software. Careteam co-founder and CEO Dr. Alexandra Greenhill has experienced the frustration of being a tech-savvy person in a world of healthcare that can seem technologically inept — both as a practicing GP and as someone who …

Sajid Javid knocked out in fourth round of Tory leadership contest

Boris Johnson, Jeremy Hunt and Michael Gove will face fifth vote to decide final two candidates later on Thursday Sajid Javid has become the latest candidate to exit the Conservative party leadership race, with the home secretary coming last in the fourth round of voting by Tory MPs, behind Boris Johnson, Michael Gove and Jeremy Hunt. With all 313 MPs again casting votes, Johnson was once more the clear winner, on 157 votes, with Gove overtaking Hunt into second place, with 61 votes to 59. Javid was fourth on 34 votes. All 313 MPs voted but two ballots were spoiled. The focus now shifts to a fifth and final round of votes, in which the final two will be selected, …

Plus-size mannequins reveal our warped perception of ‘normal’

(CNN)Nike has introduced so-called “plus-size” mannequins at its flagship London store. They have been pictured in the shop wearing black crop tops and leggings, which has already prompted disgust from some who claim that their presence “celebrates obesity” and promotes a “dangerous lie.” The message that these underweight mannequins have been sending women for the last few decades is that they must be critically thin in order to look good in clothes or be considered attractive. This reinforces an undercurrent of negative pressure on women which, even if it does not result in damaging weight loss, can have a huge impact on self-esteem and body image. Woman shuts down body shamer on flight Promoting the thin ideal in sportswear shops …