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Video Montage Shows All Times Trump Saying Mexico Will Pay for Border Wall

Gutfeld: 'Golden Globes' A 'Group Hug After Getting Spanked' in Election

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President-elect Donald Trump is taking criticism for some of his cabinet picks, including Rex Tillerson as secretary of state and Wilbur Ross as commerce secretary, among others.

Sen. Cory Booker (D-New Jersey) criticized picks, saying “These people that Donald Trump has put up as his appointments to his cabinet are not like President Obama’s people. These are people who are billionaires and have vast holdings, vast wealth.  And the American people have a right to know if they’re going to be entering into those offices with conflicts of interest."

On "Fox & Friends" this morning, Rudy Giuliani defended Trump's picks, saying there's nothing wrong with filling out his administration with people who have been successful in the private sector.
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Celebrities Renege On Their Pledges to Move Out of U.S on the Back of Trump Win

comments were anything to go by in the run-up to the election, we were led to believe there’d be a barrage of “for sale” signs popping up outside some of L.A. and Manhattan’s most luxurious homes.

Amy Schumer said in September that Spain would be her destination of choice, Lena Dunham was planning a Vancouver move and Miley Cyrus also promised to leave, but didn’t specify where she’d go.

Others, who made similar comments, include Bryan Cranston, Chelsea Handler, Samuel L. Jackson, Ne-Yo and Barbra Streisand. 

However, since Donald Trump’s stunning win on Tuesday, a few have already come out to say their comments weren’t serious or that they have decided to stay following Hillary Clinton’s gracious concession speech.

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“First of all the interview where I said I would move was in London and was said in jest….Anyone saying pack your bags is just as disgusting as anyone who voted for this racist homophobic openly disrespectful woman abuser,” Ms. Schumer, the star of “Trainwreck,” wrote on Instagram earlier this week.

Ms. Handler told the audience of her show “Chelsea Lately” that while she “really, really” wants to move to Spain right now, everyone in her office is telling her, “you have a responsibility, you have a voice and you need to use it and you have to be here.”’ So she’s decided to remain in the U.S.

While there are some celebrities who are yet to confirm whether they will stay or go, the majority of celebrity brokers who spoke to Mansion Global said they had not had any celebrities reach out for help.

“Prior to the election I talked to a lot of celebs and clients, but people never said it,” Beverly Hills broker Christophe Choo of Coldwell Banker told Mansion Global. “I’ve not had one person mention anything about moving out of the U.S. to me since the election.”

Ryan Serhant, of Bravo’s reality television show “Million Dollar Listing New York,” added that no-one had called him saying they wanted to move after Tuesday night. Suzanne Perkins, a Santa Barbara-based real estate agent with Sotheby’s International Realty, who has worked with the likes of Gwyneth Paltrow in the past, said the same and stressed that these comments in the run up to the election were just “temper tantrums.”

However, that’s not to say that some celebrities won’t be making an announcement that they’re leaving at some point. It’s still early, after all.

Mike Deasy, chief executive of Deasy/Penner & Partners, a brokerage with offices in Los Angeles, Pasadena, Santa Monica and Venice, said he has spoken with a well-known actor and his wife who are seriously considering a move on the back of the Trump win.

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Additionally, a famous former athlete, whose wife has dual Mexican citizenship, told Mr. Deasy that he’s planning on moving to Sayulita, a beach resort in Mexico.

“I don’t know how serious these people are. Until they actually do it, it’s all a matter of conjecture,” Mr. Deasy said.
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On "Hannity" tonight, Herman Cain said that Republicans are committed to repealing and replacing ObamaCare, and their replacement will be much simpler and fairer than the "monstrosity" of the Affordable Care Act.

"Competition and choice are what's going to make it more convenient and drive down prices for everybody," Cain said.
On "Hannity" tonight, Herman Cain said that Republicans are committed to repealing and replacing ObamaCare, and their replacement will be much simpler and fairer than the "monstrosity" of the Affordable Care Act. "Competition...
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 Capitol: Painting Depicting Police as Pigs Violates Rules, Will Be Removed
 
 A painting depicting police officers as pigs that a Missouri representative hung in a Capitol Hill hallway will be removed for good next week, the Architect of the Capitol said.

The 2016 painting by then-high school senior David Pulphus won a contest organized by Rep. W. Lacy Clay (D-St. Louis), and the congressman later affixed the art to a wall in a hallway connecting House office buildings to the Capitol.

Several congressmen, including Reps. Duncan Hunter (R-Calif.), Doug Lamborn (R-Colo.), Dana Rohrabacher (R-Calif.) and Brian Babin (R-Texas) have, on separate occasions, removed the painting and returned it to Clay's office.

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Capitol: Painting Depicting Police as Pigs Violates Rules, Will Be Removed A painting depicting police officers as pigs that a Missouri representative hung in a Capitol Hill hallway will be removed for good next week, the Ar...
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The family of 35-year-old Lindsay Hill plans to sue the Washington Department of Corrections claiming it should be held responsible for her death.

Lindsay died in a car crash in 2015 but the man responsible for her death should never have been in the car in the first place. Robert Jackson, 39, was supposed to be behind bars at the time of the crash.

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“It’s been horrific what we’ve gone through, it really has,” said Jane Noel, Lindsay’s mother. “I would not want any other family to go through this, ever.”

Noel and her family still struggle to understand why Lindsay died in a car crash in Bellevue in November 2015.

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“She was a beautiful girl, I miss her a lot,” said Noel.

Investigators said the man driving the car was Jackson, a man who the Washington Department of Corrections mistakenly released from prison before he completed his prior sentence. Lindsay Hill was dating him at the time, and was a passenger in his car when he drunkenly crashed into an electrical utility box in Bellevue.

“Robert Jackson was a two-strike felon, he should have been in prison,” said Noel’s attorney Mike Wampold.

“The fact is my daughter is dead now, she’s dead and she shouldn’t be,” said Noel. “He killed her, that’s what makes me angry.”

But Jackson wasn’t the only prisoner released early by mistake.

More than 3,000 men and women had been mistakenly released early from state custody – all because of a computer error that had been incorrectly padding inmates for good behavior for approximately 10 years.

For Jackson, the error released him from prison nearly four months early. It was Hill’s oldest son who found his mother dead at the crash scene. Now he and his younger brother are still struggling to cope with their loss.

“The Noels and these little boys are the victims of the State of Washington releasing violent felons into the community,” said Wampold.

The tort claim filed by Lindsay’s parents on her kids’ behalf doesn’t specify any amount of money for damages. The state has 60 days to respond.

The Department of Corrections told Q13 News it does not comment on pending litigation, but shared a statement that reads in part:

“The Washington Department of Corrections recognizes that mistakes were made with Mr. Jackson’s sentencing calculations and that Ms. Hill’s family has experienced a tragic loss.”
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Pasadena, Calif. – Jim Carrey opened up about his life to help craft the upcoming Showtime series “I’m Dying Up Here” about stand-up comedy in the ‘70s, but the star is content working behind-the-scenes at this point in his ...
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 Georgia Gun Store Owner Shoots, Kills Armed Robber
 Last month, a Georgia gun store owner opened fire on two armed robbers, and newly-released surveillance footage shows the entire harrowing incident.
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 Ben Stein: Hollywood a 'Bunch of Bullies and Thugs Trying to Shut Down' Dissent
 
 
 Economist and actor Ben Stein reacted to Australian-American actress Nicole Kidman's statement that Americans should unite behind Donald Trump and recognize his election.

"He's now elected and we as a country need to support whoever is the president because that is what the country is based on," Kidman, 49, told BBC.

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Stein said Kidman stood up for "what's right [and] supporting the president as long as he's not doing something we sincerely disagree with."

Recalling his past work in Hollywood, which has included "Win Ben Stein's Money" and "Ferris Bueller's Day Off", he said much of Tinseltown is "a bunch of big bullies and thugs trying to shut down anyone who doesn't agree with them."

He said Trump has not been sworn in yet, so there should be no official actions to disagree with.
Ben Stein: Hollywood a 'Bunch of Bullies and Thugs Trying to Shut Down' Dissent Economist and actor Ben Stein reacted to Australian-American actress Nicole Kidman's statement that Americans should unite behind Donald Trump a...
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Actress Jane Fonda is disappointed with Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau for approving pipelines from the Alberta oil sands, and she's warning people not to be fooled by "good-looking liberals" on environmental issues.
Actress Jane Fonda is disappointed with Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau for approving pipelines from the Alberta oil sands, and she's warning people not to be fooled by "good-looking liberals" on environmental issues. ...
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NEW YORK –  U.S. bank stocks will stay in favor with investors as long as earnings reports in the coming week show an improving profit outlook while investors wait to see if U.S. President-elect Donald Trump lives up to his campaign promises.

Wells Fargo & Co. , JPMorgan Chase & Co and Bank of America kicked off the earnings season on a positive note on Friday, sending the S&P 500's banking sub-sector up as much as 2.3 percent to its highest since February 2008 before paring gains. It closed trading up 0.8 percent compared with a 0.2 percent gain for the broader S&P 500 .

The banks' top executives expressed optimism on Friday about 2017 in their first public comments about earnings since Trump won the presidential election on Nov. 8.

The bank index rose 24.8 percent between Nov. 8 and Dec. 9 then traded sideways for a month as bond yields fell. Investors were waiting for earnings and for concrete plans from Trump who has said he supports lower taxes, fiscal stimulus and lighter regulation, which would all help banks.

Results and guidance from the big banks scheduled to report in the week ahead could boost the sector, according to John Praveen, chief investment strategist at Prudential International Investments Advisers LLC in Newark, New Jersey.

"Results are likely to be good and the outlook is going to be positive so there's room for further gains," said Praveen.

The S&P banks index has traded recently at 13.6 times earnings estimates for the next 12 months compared with its five-year average multiple of about 11 but in line with the 10-year average of 13.1, including the 2008 financial crisis, according to Thomson Reuters data. The banks' multiple is well below the broader S&P 500's forward price/earnings ratio of 17. But the banks' discount to the broader market has been shrinking since before the election.

Praveen sees a bigger multiple expansion for the banking sector than for the S&P as a whole as more defensive sectors like utilities or consumer staples that are sensitive to interest rate hikes will likely not enjoy as much expansion.

Among banks reporting in the coming week Morgan Stanley is expected to post results Tuesday followed by Citibank on Wednesday. BB&T Corp , KeyCorp and Bank of New York Mellon Corp all report on Thursday.

Fred Cannon, director of research at KBW in New York, said banks' expanded valuations make them a "show-me" story but as long as earnings estimates are rising they should stay popular.

"Until we see the blue skies get cloudy it will probably still be a sector in favor," he said.

Some investors are more cautious going into earnings. For instance traders in Financial Select Sector SPDR Fund options have moved to protect post-election gains. Open contracts on the fund's shares are now the most defensive in about four weeks, according to options analytics firm Trade Alert.

"The banks' stocks are likely to chop along in sideways volatility through earnings season," said Jeff Morris, head of U.S. equities for Standard Life Investments in Boston, who doesn't see earnings as a big catalyst at a time when there is still uncertainty about whether Trump will be able to enact policies expected to help banks and accelerate economic growth.

While his firm has increased the weighting of bank stocks in its $360 billion assets under management since the election it is "not in the strong bull camp for bank stocks," Morris said.

He warned that bank stocks could come under pressure if there is no clear path toward regulatory relief or an acceleration of economic growth coming into the third quarter.

(Reporting by Sinead Carew, Lewis Krauskopf and Saqib Ahmed; Editing by James Dalgleish)
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MEXICO CITY –  A federal judge has ordered a drug lord convicted in the 1985 killings of a U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration agent and a Mexican government pilot to pay relatives of the victims nearly $1 million in compensation, officials said Friday.

The Federal Judicial Council announced the 20.8 million peso penalty in a statement without naming any of the parties involved.

But a judicial official confirmed that the order is directed at Ernesto "Don Neto" Fonseca Carrillo, co-founder of the Guadalajara cartel, for the case of the kidnapping, torture and killing of DEA agent Enrique "Kiki" Camarena.

The official was not authorized to discuss the matter publicly and spoke on condition of anonymity.

Fonseca, 86, was transferred from prison in July to serve the remaining nine years of his 40-year sentence under house arrest due to his advanced age and ill health.

The ruling orders 10 million pesos (about $466,000) to be paid within five days to Camarena's son, and a similar amount to the wife and five children of the pilot.

Two other drug bosses have also been convicted in Camarena's killing.

Guadalajara cartel co-founder Rafael Caro Quintero was sentenced to 40 years, but he was mistakenly released in 2013 and is currently a fugitive.

Miguel Angel Felix Gallardo remains behind bars for his role in the case.
MEXICO CITY – A federal judge has ordered a drug lord convicted in the 1985 killings of a U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration agent and a Mexican government pilot to pay relatives of the victims nearly $1 million in compens...
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The YouTube channel of influential conservative politics and law website Legal Insurrection has been removed by the video sharing service, citing copyright infringement claims.

“This account has been terminated because we received multiple third-party claims of copyright infringement regarding material the user posted,” explains YouTube, in a notice posted to channel’s page.

Legal Insurrection founder and publisher and Cornell University Law Professor William Jacobson voiced his anger and astonishment at the channel’s removal. “It’s very frustrating, it’s very scary, to have 8 years of content removed without a chance to defend yourself,” he told FoxNews.com.

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In an email, Jacobson said that he never received notice of the claims prior to the channel's removal on Thursday. On Friday the publisher received notification from YouTube that the copyright claims were filed by the Modern Languages Association (MLA) based on audio posted of a recent MLA vote on a resolution to boycott Israeli universities. The boycott resolution at the MLA Delegate Assembly failed.

"Clearly this was a politically motivated move," he told FoxNews.com. "I never received any request or complaint from MLA. These were perfectly legitimate fair use excerpts with great news value."

"This is an attempt to silence our reporting on a matter of great public importance," added Jacobson, whose website reported on the vote. "We intend to pursue all available remedies, and call on YouTube to restore our account."

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The Legal Insurrection website, which is widely cited in the conservative media, receives hundreds of thousands of visitors a month. Its YouTube channel contained a wealth of content, including original reporting, according to Jacobson.

“We take copyright issues very seriously both on YouTube and our website," he said.” We have a large readership, and the videos that disappeared included substantial original content that has been shared widely at other websites."

Owners of copyright-protected work that was posted on YouTube without their authorization can submit a copyright infringement notification to the video sharing site, according to YouTube's website. YouTube also has a counter-notification process in place if a user believes a content owner has misidentified their video, and will reinstate videos if a user succeeds in that process or if it receives a retraction from the content owner that submitted the original notification.

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"It is the MLA's practice to issue takedown notices when its proprietary material is used without permission," an MLA spokeswoman told FoxNews.com, via email.

Founded in 2005, YouTube was bought by Google for $1.65 billion the following year. YouTube now has over a billion users, encompassing almost one third of all users on the Internet.
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