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Kevin Spacey, Robin Wright and Kate Mara debut their new political thriller in NYC.
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Your Daily Politics Video Blog: Last night the Democrats snatched up the open House seat in Mississippi's heavily Republican 1st district, their third pickup this year of an open seat previously held by a Republican. In each case, the national GOP threw everything they had at holding onto the seat. In today's episode we explore just how bad a sign this could be for the GOP's prospects come November.
House of Cards
Starring: Kathleen Turner, Tommy Lee Jones
Director: Michael Lessac
When Ruth Matthews (Kathleen Turner) realizes that her young daughter (Asha Menina) has broken with reality as a result of autism, Ruth teams up with a psychiatrist (Tommy Lee Jones) in an effort to come up with an unconventional approach -- after all conventional treatments fail -- to get through to the young girl. Michael Lessac directs this poignant film, a monumental testament to the depths of a mother's love for her child.
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Ever wondered if there are different ways of building a house of cards than only the common 'always shown in a cartoon' way? Yes, there are. In this vid i'll show you some cool techniques which also include a spectacular card balance!
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First up — world news. A surge in radiation levels in Japan’s Fukushima nuclear plant has forced a temporary stoppage to stabilizing efforts.
But a recent update on CNN says the plant’s heroic employees are back on the job again, even though they may be facing a lethal dose of radiation. Traces of radiation have been found in tap water 50 miles away from the nuclear power plant.
Japanese Emperor Akihito made a rare, televised address early Wednesday — offering his condolences to victims’ families, while also reminding his people not to give up. Snowfall is currently slowing down much of the country’s relief efforts. (Video: Sky News)
Still in world news — an update on Libya. Muammar Gaddafi’s forces are inching closer to overtaking anti-government forces in Benghazi. euronews interviewed a military spokesman who says air strikes on Benghazi have begun.
“He said, Gaddafi’s army have reached the frontier with Egypt, and Benghazi is now completely surrounded. Most residents have now reportedly fled the city, leaving it in the hands of rebels, who are gearing up for an all-out attack. Which, if successful, could prove to be the decisive factor for the control of Libya.”
Still in the Middle East — Bahrain’s rulers have declared a 3-month long state of emergency, as violence continues to escalate. NewsX reports — the rivalry between Iran and Saudi Arabia may be worsening Bahrain’s situation.
“One Saudi soldier was shot dead last night as protesters in Bahrain demonstrated against the entry of Saudi and military force in the country. ... Iran has called the presence of the foreign troops as unacceptable, and says it will complicate the political crisis.”
In U.S. news -- Another tour bus crash in New Jersey has killed two people and injured the remaining 41 passengers. It’s the second crash in three days -- and now New York’s finest have had enough. WABC reports.
“Descending on Chinatown tuesday, the NYPD taking six tour buses off the road in an aggressive crackdown. Among the buses accused of being unsafe, one belonging to Worldwide Tours, the company that operated the bus on Saturday. Another a super luxury tour bus, the same company from Monday's crash in New Jersey.”
In the tech world -- Netflix is not just for streaming movies anymore. The company will reportedly begin funding an original series, while hoping to take over the streaming market.
Mashable says the mega-movie-mogul is looking to be “the next HBO.” It’s rumored to have its eyes on remaking the UK political drama, House of Cards, starring Kevin Spacey. Netflix will reportedly dish out $100 million for the rights to air the series, thus entering into the fray with a competitive pool of premium cable channels.
One reason for expansion? LA Times reports, Netflix is responsible for 61% of all movies streamed online -- that’s more than all of its competitors combined.
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