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By Aurelie Corinthios - +PEOPLE

Corinne v. Taylor! Bachelor Villains Go Head-to-Head in the Ultimate Showdown During Women Tell All

On Monday’s Women Tell All, Nick Viall‘s castaways gathered for one giant, televised tea-spilling session — and it was glorious. Here’s a quick breakdown of the 10 most important moments that happened during the two-hour episode special.

1. Someone uttered the words “slob kabob” on national television.

Every Tell All there’s always that one contestant that literally not a single person recognizes or remembers being on the show. This time it was Elizabeth. Who is she? When was she eliminated? Has she ever actually spoken to Nick? We’ll never know, but Elizabeth will go down in Bachelor history for this iconic sentence:

“Corinne, I’m all about unleashing your Khaleesi — but you were a slob kabob at times.”...

http://people.com/tv/bachelor-nick-viall-women-tell-all-villains-corinne-taylor-showdown/
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by Ali Vitali - +NBC News

White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer Shies Away From Media Spotlight

White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer has been heard but not seen in recent days.

The White House's chief spokesman has mostly stayed away from the glare of the cameras, opting instead to field reporters' questions away from the eager lenses of the White House press corps.

In fact, it's been over a week since his last on-camera briefing, leaving political junkies and cable news watchers suffering from a dearth of televised White House press briefings.

The continued break with the on-camera tradition didn't go unnoticed Monday.

As Spicer walked to the podium, a voice called out to ask if he was sure he didn't want to do this on camera. At one point, seeming to react to the way a reporter was jockeying for a question, Spicer instructed her "you're not on camera" and assured he'd get to her question.

The briefings themselves have earned a reputation as must-see TV, earning cable news networks midday ratings boosts and inspiring viral Saturday Night Live sketches starring Melissa McCarthy as Spicer.

Asked about the decision to brief off-camera on Monday, White House Deputy Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders told NBC News the White House was upholding a January promise to brief in some way, every day.

"As Sean has said on the record since January, we would conduct a daily briefing of some sort — some on camera, some off — and we have done just that," she said in an email to NBC News. Sanders added that "several reporters, including some broadcast ones, agree that off camera briefings tend to" yield more information.

"It matters to be seen," Julian Zelizer, a political historian at Princeton University told NBC News. "This is still a visual-media age and if someone is not out there in front of reporters and in front of the camera, in front of audiences, it undercuts their ability."...

http://www.nbcnews.com/politics/white-house/white-house-press-secretary-sean-spicer-shies-away-media-spotlight-n729821
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By MAGGIE HABERMAN - +The New York Times

Trump Tells Planned Parenthood Its Funding Can Stay if Abortion Goes

The White House, concerned about the possible political repercussions of the Republican effort to defund Planned Parenthood, has proposed preserving federal payments to the group if it discontinues providing abortions.

The proposal, which was never made formally, has been rejected as an impossibility by officials at Planned Parenthood, which receives about $500 million annually in federal funding. That money helps pay for women’s health services the organization provides, not for abortion services.

“Let’s be clear: Federal funds already do not pay for abortions,” Dawn Laguens, the executive vice president of the Planned Parenthood Federation of America, said on Monday. “Offering money to Planned Parenthood to abandon our patients and our values is not a deal that we will ever accept. Providing critical health care services for millions of American women is nonnegotiable.”

But the outreach to allies of Planned Parenthood is a glimpse of the internal struggle inside a White House torn between trying to satisfy the conservative base that elected President Trump and responding to the views of his daughter Ivanka Trump, who urged her father to tread carefully on the Planned Parenthood issue during the Republican primary contest.

Ms. Trump has no formal role in the administration, but as an informal adviser she has made women’s issues a focus. She has had a mixed record of success in the administration’s early days, but during the campaign, she was able to nudge Mr. Trump toward a nuanced view of Planned Parenthood’s work.

Mr. Trump confirmed the discussions in a statement on Monday to The New York Times.

“As I said throughout the campaign, I am pro-life and I am deeply committed to investing in women’s health and plan to significantly increase federal funding in support of nonabortion services such as cancer screenings,” he said. “Polling shows the majority of Americans oppose public funding for abortion, even those who identify as pro-choice. There is an opportunity for organizations to continue the important work they do in support of women’s health, while not providing abortion services.”

Indeed, Mr. Trump made similar statements as a candidate, putting him at odds with other Republicans in a primary race characterized by conservative views...

https://www.nytimes.com/2017/03/06/us/politics/planned-parenthood.html?_r=0
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By Matthew Pennington - +Washington Post

Missile tests add pressure on Trump over North Korea

WASHINGTON — North Korea’s latest volley of missile tests put new pressure on a preoccupied Trump administration Monday to identify how it will counter leader Kim Jong Un’s weapons development.

North Korea’s march toward having a nuclear-tipped missile that could reach the U.S. mainland is among the pressing national security priorities President Donald Trump faces. He has vowed it “won’t happen” but has yet to articulate a strategy to stop it.

Trump spoke Monday with Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe and South Korean Acting President Hwang Kyo-Ahn. The White House said the three leaders agreed “to continue close bilateral and trilateral cooperation to demonstrate to North Korea that there are very dire consequences for its provocative and threatening actions.”

A wide array of options are on the table, but aggressive behavior by Pyongyang in response to U.S.-South Korean military drills that began last week could further shrink chances for diplomatic engagement.

Upheaval in the administration has added to uncertainty in foreign capitals about how Trump’s “America First” mantra will translate into foreign policy, and how a new president with no prior experience in government might handle a security crisis.

An administration official told The Associated Press Monday that tougher sanctions, military action and resumption of long-stalled negotiations with North Korea are all under consideration as part of a policy review to provide options for the president within weeks...


https://www.washingtonpost.com/world/national-security/missile-tests-add-pressure-on-trump-over-north-korea/2017/03/06/82a71d10-02e0-11e7-9d14-9724d48f5666_story.html
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By Christina Dugan - +PEOPLE

Charo: Five (5) Things to Know About the New DWTS Contestant

She’s bringing “Cuchi, Cuchi” to the Dancing with the Stars ballroom!

On Wednesday, DWTS revealed its celebrity-pro pairings during Good Morning America. On the morning show, it was announced that 65-year-old actress and comedian Charo will be dancing with pro partner Keo Motsepe on the upcoming season 24.

Here are five things to know about the actress/flamenco guitarist:

1. Her real name isn’t Charo.

Although audiences know her as Charo, the actress was born as María del Rosario Mercedes Pilar Martínez Molina Baez. Though it’s unknown how she came up with her stage name, we like it.

2. She was born in Spain, where she learned to play guitar.

Charo was born in Murcia, Region of Murcia, Spain. When she was a girl, Charo was a student at Andres Segovia’s school for underprivileged children, where she studied guitar.

“Before him, people associated classical guitar with the tablao, gypsy flamenco, but it never was of the category like piano, viola, cello,” she previously told the San Francisco Chronicle. “Segovia said, ‘Excuse me, if you play that way, then you’ve got to belong to the symphony.’ The institution had great young teachers and students. Everything was a charity. Mr. Segovia, between concerts that’s when he’d come, and if you’d been there a year and you weren’t good, you’d go out and they would give your place to another young kid.”

3. Her real age has been a bit of a secret for years.

Though most media outlets report that she is 65 years old, the date of her birth is unknown. When Charo first got married in 1978, news outlets had reported that she was 20 years old, which means she had to have been born in 1951. However, Charo has claimed on different accounts that she was born in 1947 and 1949.

4. She is married and has one son.

In 1978, Charo married her second husband, Kjell Rasten, a producer who later became her manager. Three years later, the couple had their only son together, Shel Rasten, who is the drummer for the heavy metal band Treazen.

“She’s the best mom I can imagine,” Rasten previously told OWN. “She’s my mom. She is what she is. She’s honest and fierce and very protective and supportive to an incredible extent.”



And although he admitted that she can be “slightly embarrassing,” he is extremely proud of her: “I couldn’t imagine being more fortunate that to have her as my mother.”

5. The meaning behind her infamous phrase “Cuchi, Cuchi” may have a completely different meaning than what you think.

Despite her forward thrusts and provocative (but playful!) dance moves, “Cuchi, Cuchi” has a slightly different meaning than what you might think.

“Cuchillo (knife in Spanish), that was the name of my dog,” Charo previously told OWN. “He was a mix between a St. Bernard and a pit bull. I make a joke about that. First he bites you and then he runs for help. But I call him ‘cuchi cuchi.’ ”

Season 24 0f Dancing with the Stars premieres March 20 at 8 p.m ET on ABC...

http://people.com/tv/charo-5-things-to-know-about-dwts-contestant/
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By Joseph Serna - +Los Angeles Times

Snowpack levels surge in the Sierra Nevada, helping to power California out of drought

Plunging the long, metal rod into the snow beneath his feet in the mountain town of Phillips, state snow survey chief Frank Gehrke measured the Sierra Nevada snowpack Wednesday not against California’s recent, historic drought but against its biggest rain years.

“It’s in the top two or three, three or four snow accumulations for March,” Gehrke said, standing on a 9-foot-high pillow of fresh powder Wednesday morning.

Traditionally considered the end of California’s rain season, the April 1 snowpack is the bar by which the success of each year’s winter is measured. As of Wednesday, the average snowpack across the entire range was at 185% of normal conditions for the first day of March and at 163% of the April 1 average, the Department of Water Resources said. On the same date in 1983, the biggest year on record, the entire Sierra Nevada snowpack was estimated to be 175% of its April 1 average, officials said...

http://www.latimes.com/local/lanow/la-me-ln-snowpack-survey-march-20170301-story.html
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By Josh Gerstein - Político

White House lawyer twice briefed Conway on ethics rules following Ivanka product pitch

Trump's White House concludes that Kellyanne Conway had no 'nefarious motive' in the endorsement.

The White House's top ethics lawyer held two meetings with Trump senior adviser Kellyanne Conway to instruct her on ethics rules after she used a Fox News interview to urge viewers to purchase products from Ivanka Trump's fashion line.

However, White House officials decided that Conway's endorsement was inadvertent and lacked any "nefarious motive," according to a letter sent to a government ethics oversight office and members of Congress.

"We concluded that Ms. Conway acted inadvertently and is highly unlikely to do so again," Deputy White House Counsel Stefan Passantino wrote to Office of Government Ethics Director Walter Shaub. "It is noted that Ms. Conway made the statement in question in a light, off-hand manner while attempting to stand up for a person she believed had been unfairly treated and did so without nefarious motive or intent to benefit personally."

During a Feb. 9 Fox interview from the White House briefing room, Conway was asked about Nordstrom and other companies ending sales of Ivanka's dresses and other fashion items. "Go buy Ivanka's stuff is what I would tell you," Conway said. "It's a wonderful line. I own some of it. I'm going to give a free commercial here. Go buy it today, everybody."

The remarks prompted an unusual bipartisan scolding from House Oversight Committee Chairman Jason Chaffetz (R-Utah) and ranking Democrat Elijah Cummings of Maryland, who wrote to the ethics office and the White House the same day to say that Conway's statements "raised extremely serious concerns."

Shaub, the ethics chief, followed up with his own letter a few days later asking White House Counsel Don McGahn to look into the issue...

http://www.politico.com/story/2017/03/kellyanne-conway-ivanka-nordstrom-white-house-lawyer-235571
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By Emily Heil - +Washington Post

Report: Beau Biden’s widow is in a relationship with her late husband’s brother

Former vice president Joe Biden’s family — often depicted in holiday cards that look as if they could have been torn from the pages of a glossy magazine — revealed a surprising drama Wednesday, courtesy of a titillating tabloid report.

Hallie Biden, the widow of Beau Biden, the late Delaware attorney general and son of the former vice president, is in a relationship with Beau’s married brother, Hunter, the New York Post’s Page Six reported. And the soap-operatic tale couldn’t be discounted, since it came with on-the-record statements from Hunter Biden and from the former vice president and his wife, Jill.

“Hallie and I are incredibly lucky to have found the love and support we have for each other in such a difficult time, and that’s been obvious to the people who love us most,” Hunter said in a statement to the New York newspaper. “We’ve been so lucky to have family and friends who have supported us every step of the way.”

Page Six reported that Hallie and Hunter began their relationship after the death of Hallie’s husband of brain cancer in May 2015, a tragedy that weighed heavily on the tightknit clan and reportedly contributed to the decision of Joe Biden not to run for president.

Hunter, a 47-year-old lawyer, is still married, though the tab reports that he and his wife, Kathleen, separated five months after Beau died. (Hunter made headlines over his discharge from the Navy Reserve after testing positive for cocaine in 2013.) It wasn’t clear when the relationship between Hallie and Hunter began, though they are now an “official” couple, according to the report...


https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/reliable-source/wp/2017/03/01/report-beau-bidens-widow-is-in-a-relationship-with-her-late-husbands-brother/
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By GLENN THRUSH and MAGGIE HABERMAN - +The New York Times

In Speech, Trump Tests a New Tactic: Toning It Down

WASHINGTON — President Trump loves the song “My Way,” bristles at the slightest alterations in his daily routine, and lashes out when the world won’t accept him on his own terms.

Then, when that doesn’t work, he tries something completely different.

Mr. Trump’s well-received address to Congress on Tuesday night, a conciliatory speech in which the word “we” outnumbered the word “I” by three to one, represented precisely that kind of shift. Just last week, Mr. Trump shouted himself hoarse branding the news media “enemies of the American people” at a time when he was working on an address that invoked the better angels of his own nature, national unity and an “end to trivial fights.”

This does not represent a pivot, it is not a fundamental change of approach, and it does not mean that Mr. Trump plans to abandon his tweet-first-and-ask-questions-later style.

But it is a recognition by the White House, from Mr. Trump on down, that what it had been doing was not quite working and that a softer sales tactic was needed to sell the same hard-edge populist agenda he campaigned on, people close to Mr. Trump said...


https://www.nytimes.com/2017/03/01/us/trump-speech-congress-conciliatory.html?_r=0
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