France bans public demos in Paris until Thursday

France bans public demos in Paris until Thursday

Agence France-Presse Public demonstrations will be banned in Paris and the surrounding area until Thursday following a series of deadly attacks, police said on Saturday. City authorities cannot “provide security for specific marches or gatherings” in the wake of Friday’s attacks that killed at least 128 people and wounded more than 250, many of them

‘Reminiscent of Rodney King’: San Francisco cops investigated after video release of savage beating of man

‘Reminiscent of Rodney King’: San Francisco cops investigated after video release of savage beating of man

Free Thought Project An investigation into the brutal beating of man in San Francisco’s Mission District has been launched by the Alameda County Sheriff after video showing the savage assault by police went public. The video was released by the San Francisco Public Defender’s Office on Friday night, after being contacted by witnesses to the

There’s another new awesome Star Wars preview

There’s another new awesome Star Wars preview

Newsweek

We’ve seen two teasers. We’ve seen a full-length trailer. We’ve seen an international trailer. We’ve seen a 45-second TV spot. And now, at long last, we have been given a 60-second TV spot for Star Wars: The Force Awakens. We have been assured that a feature-length version of the film will indeed be released in theaters…

Jay Leno tells Bill Maher: Mizzou protesters were right — school president was ‘clueless’

Jay Leno tells Bill Maher: Mizzou protesters were right — school president was ‘clueless’

Arturo Garcia Real Time host Bill Maher battled panelists Jay Leno, Michael Steele and Dylan Ratigan on Friday when he complained about the recent anti-racism protests at Yale University and the University of Missouri. Maher recounted the discussion at Yale that was touched off by a university email advising students not to use Halloween costumes

World leaders rally around France after attacks

World leaders rally around France after attacks

Al Jazeera

The US president and other world leaders have condemned a series of coordinated attacks in the French capital Paris that has left more than a hundred people dead. In a statement late on Friday evening, Obama said the attacks were an “outrageous attempt to terrorise civilians” and that his country was ready to provide France with…