February 5, 2018
Aquela história sobre o preso que passou em 1º no vestibular não é bem assim
Condenado por abusar de menores, filmar e divulgar na internet, Pedro Henrique já foi aprovado em cinema na UFPA três vezes. Nas outras duas vezes, a Justiça negou o pedido para que ele pudesse estudar. Advogada diz que estudo é vital para ressocialização.
How 34 Different Animals Survive Through The Winter
As you hustle through the bitter cold and dark to your car after a long day of work, do you ever wonder how animals survive in the winter? It is common knowledge that many species of birds migrate thousands of miles to warmer climates, but did you know that some butterflies and whales also embark on epic journeys to escape the freeze?
Progressives Are Unhappy That Menendez Will Retake Foreign Affairs Committee Role
Sources tell BuzzFeed News that Minority Leader Chuck Schumer has approved the return of Sen. Robert Menendez as ranking member of the Foreign Relations Committee. He's one of his party's most conservative foreign policy voices.
A Mexican Governor Crisscrossed The Country Asking The President To Fight Corruption
In an attempt to pressure the federal government to extradite his predecessor — and to get about $41.5 million he said was promised to him — Javier Corral led an unprecedented caravan across Mexico just five months before a presidential election.
Transform The Way Men Buy And Sell Fashion
Have you ever thought that you have so many clothes and still nothing to wear? When Eric Niu landed a job in the Obama administration after graduating in 2012, he arrived in Washington, D.C., with two suitcases. As such a young political appointee, he knew that how he dressed influenced how he would be perceived. But his wardrobe, and budget weren’t quite up to the dress for success level.
Carlos Alberto Caó, autor de emenda que tornou racismo crime, morre aos 76
"Impera no país diferentes formas de discriminação racial, velada ou ostensiva, que afetam mais da metade da população brasileira constituída de negros ou descendentes de negros, privados do exercício da cidadania em sua plenitude."
Newsweek Fired Its Top Two Editors And Two Senior Reporters After They Published Stories About Its Parent Company
The company is in the midst of ongoing scandals, including an investigation from the Manhattan DA, accusations of ad fraud, and the recent placement of its top content executive on leave.
An Inside Look Into The Largest Children's Clothing Brand In Europe: With Agathe Boidin, CEO Of U.S. Markets For Orchestra
Orchestra©, French Fashion for Kids, is the largest children’s clothing brand in Europe and in spring of 2017 we launched our first U.S. store in Philadelphia (with more to come) along with our first-ever English language website. The responses below are from Agathe Boidin, CEO of U.S. Markets for Orchestra, whose role is to develop and implement Orchestra’s global brand strategy for the North American marketplace.
The CEO Of PepsiCo Said They're Considering Making Chips For Women And People Are Exceptionally Confused
PepsiCo officially shut down the reports that they're making lady-friendly Doritos. But, in a statement to BuzzFeed News, the company said "preferences continue to evolve" and that they are "looking for new ways to engage and delight our consumers."
Derrière les plaintes contre «Babybel», le rôle troublant du paparazzi Jean-Claude Elfassi
Les deux jeunes hommes qui portent plainte contre l’ami de Jeremstar ont été mis en contact avec leurs avocats par le paparazzi. Ce dernier s’est également rendu avec les deux plaignants au domicile de «Babybel», Pascal Cardonna, pour «interroger les voisins».
Diese Mutter postet hauptberuflich Fotos und Videos ihrer Kinder auf Instagram und so sieht das aus
Mila Stauffer ist erst drei Jahre alt, aber sie hat schon mehr als drei Millionen Follower bei Instagram. Fans haben sich in Beverly Hills versammelt, um sie zu sehen – manche sprechen sie auf der Straße an. Und große Firmen bezahlen ihre Mutter für Werbung.
The Hurricane Hit Puerto Rico’s Paradise Of Hotels And Resorts Hard — And Workers Are Facing An Uncertain Future
Many tourist havens, like Vieques and Fajardo, are still in need of stable cell phone service and electricity. And people who made a living in hospitality jobs are facing months of being out of work.
These Stunning Photographs From Jim Winter Bridge The Gap Between The Eyes Of The Viewers And Sublime Beauty Of The World!
Jim Winter, the photographer, YouTuber, videographer, Director, Co-Founder of JHR Crew Association is taking over the world by his unique and refreshing vision to show to the world the imagination, reality and the new angle that it has been missing for a long time.
It's February, How Are Those "Resolutions" Coming?
It is real life convo time. How are those "resolutions" coming friends? Are some of you feeling a bit exhausted, tired, or unmotivated? Naturally, as most of us have created resolutions rather than goals, you are probably at the point of wanting to give up. That is because Goals and Resolutions are two very different things. They. Are. So. Different (insert clap back here). Goals are so inspiring and personal. They should be something that makes us excited to get up each day and chase after. So here is why those resolutions you all have created may not be working out so well.
A British Court Won't Send A Hacking Suspect To The US Because It Doesn't Think He'd Survive A US Jail
Lauri Love, who is accused of hacking the FBI, the US central bank, and NASA, appealed to face trial in his home country. The High Court ruled in his favour, saying "he would be at far lower a risk of suicide" in the UK.
Super Bowl 52: The 13 Ads That Will Stick With Us (For-Ev-Er)
Super Bowl LII is over. The underdog Philadelphia Eagles stunned the New England Patriots, reigning victorious, but they weren't the only ones who won. This year, buying a 30-second commercial wasn't cheap (per usual) and NBC drew a whopping average of $5 million each spot. It's a pretty massive price tag, but these 13 commercials made it seriously count.
Top Super Bowl 2018 Commercial Touchdowns From A Media Maven
My name is Chelsea Roadman. As a social media manager, connoisseur of all things PR and coworker-deemed "Media Maven," a win/fail list of 2018's Super Bowl commercials is obligatory. See which picks I thought made wining touchdowns and which one were left just short of the end zone.