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Articles from April 11, 2012

20th House District Ravenstahl Rates the Democratic Nomination
Democrats voting in the three-way primary in the 20th Legislative District will encounter a familiar name, repeat candidates and similar viewpoints.That doesn't mean it's difficult to choose the best of the three for the nomination. With no Republican...
Air Force Says Closing 911th Would Save $354 Million Base Supporters Dispute Figure
WASHINGTON -- Air Force officials say closing the 911th Airlift Wing in Moon would save the Department of Defense $354 million over five years, but local officials fighting against the planned closure dispute that figure, saying the 911th is one of the...
All Fired Up St. Louis Readies for NRA Convention
ST. LOUISCabbie Ismail Ibrahim calls it "the greatest news." Barkeep Patrick Russell is loading up extra supplies and staff hours.They're not talking about the Cardinals' home opener or Blues playoff hockey, though both are happening this weekend.What...
Altmire, Critz Spar over Few Differences
Democratic congressmen Jason Altmire and Mark Critz continued their do-si-do Tuesday, circling around each other in another debate for the 12th District primary opponents and repeatedly finding few policy differences.Both men are considered among the...
An Artist Censured Chinese Dissident's Works Critique Eastern and Western Cultures
Dissident artist Ai Weiwei became the subject of international headlines last year when he was arrested by Chinese authorities and detained without charge for 81 days. While a condition of bail confines him to Beijing, where his home/studio is located,...
Anger in the Room Protesters, Shareholders Vent Grievances over CEO Pay, Tax Issues at Bny Mellon Annual Meeting
If Bank of New York Mellon Chairman and CEO Gerald Hassell thought that conducting his first annual shareholders meeting was going to be easy, he couldn't have been more wrong.Mr. Hassell stood at the podium for nearly two hours Tuesday fielding questions...
Around the Majors
NATIONAL LEAGUE* Cardinals 3, Reds 1: Carlos Beltran and David Freese homered again, and Kyle Lohse provided another stingy performance, leading St. Louis to a victory against host Cincinnati. The defending World Series champions are 5-1 for the first...
At 6-5, Nashville's Rinne Stands Very Tall in Nets
NASHVILLE, Tenn. -- Pekka Rinne fills up so much of the net at 6 feet 5, enough so that the Nashville Predators goaltender led the NHL with 43 wins while facing more shots than anyone else.Jimmy Howard was on quite a run for Detroit, leading the league in...
Authorities Track Threat Suspects Statement Released Today but Investigators Offer No Details
Information from University of Pittsburgh students and community members has helped investigators "focus on potential suspects" behind the series of bomb threats made against the campus, according to a statement released today by the U.S. Attorney's...
A Very Exclusive Recovery
Why is this recovery different from all other recoveries?Many of the reasons are widely known: Rebounding from a financial crisis takes an excruciatingly long time; the huge decline in housing values has reduced Americans' purchasing power; large corporations...
Broccoli: One Vegetable without Distinction
This column is about broccoli, but it will be served as a dessert today in a fit of literary and culinary daring.First you must chew on the meat of the column, because, in the only wise words ever to come from my generation, "If you don't eat your meat,...
Bruins' Horton to Miss Playoffs
BOSTON -- Boston Bruins forward Nathan Horton is expected to miss the Stanley Cup playoffs because of a concussion.The defending champions play Game 1 of their first-round series against the Washington Capitals on Thursday.Horton suffered the injury...
Bush Says Tax Cut Safer without His Name Attached
WASHINGTON -- Former President George W. Bush said tax reductions enacted during his presidency would be more likely to be maintained if they weren't identified with his name."I wish they weren't called the 'Bush tax cuts,' " he said as he opened a tax...
Calif. Prison Panel Denies Manson's Bid for Parole
CORCORAN, Calif. -- A California prison panel denied parole today to mass murderer Charles Manson parole in his 12th bid for freedom.Manson, now a gray-bearded, 77-year-old, did not attend the hearing.He orchestrated a series of gruesome murders on consecutive nights...
Celtics Score to Beat Heat Boston Breaks out on Offense to Frustrate Miami
A week ago, the Boston Celtics beat the Miami Heat with defense. This time, they did it with offense.Paul Pierce scored 27 points, Kevin Garnett added 24 points and nine rebounds, and the visiting Celtics made their first eight shots of the fourth quarter...
Chamber Music Society Sounds Confident Note
Getting to Juilliard may be a goal of most classical musicians, but for music lovers, getting it -- the Juilliard String Quartet, that is -- ranks just as high.If that were the measure of an arts presenting organization, then the Pittsburgh Chamber Music...
CHICAGO -- the 2012 Lollapalooza Lineup Announced Today Reaffirms That. [Derived Headline]
CHICAGO -- The 2012 Lollapalooza lineup announced today reaffirms that the culture of DJs and electronic artists is catching up with rock as a live attraction on the lucrative summer festival circuit.Two of the rock headliners for the Aug. 3-5 festival...
Cincinnati Signs Phillips, as Reds Build for Future
All-Star second baseman Brandon Phillips agreed to a $72.5 million, six-year contract with the Cincinnati Reds, the second big- dollar deal in a week for the small-market club.The Reds reached a deal with their three-time Gold Glove second baseman five...
City Police Switch to Ford for Vehicles
The Pittsburgh Bureau of Police is getting some new rides.City council voted Tuesday to purchase more than 70 new vehicles and switch to a new model of patrol car.After several years in which the Chevrolet Impala served as the fleet workhorse, the department...
City Schools to Cut Back on Special Ed $5 Million Saved by Eliminating Teachers, Central Office Staff
About $5 million of planned budget cuts in Pittsburgh Public Schools will come from special education, including the elimination of six central office positions, 58 teachers and 14 paraprofessionals this fall, city school officials said.Even so, Mary...
COURT TO HEAR APPEAL OF SHALE DRILLING LAW [Corrected 04/13/12]
HARRISBURG -- The judicial showdown over the state's new natural gas drilling law begins this morning in Commonwealth Court, where municipal officials will be making their case as to why the statute's provisions regarding zoning rules and chemical confidentiality...
Date Is Blinded by Puppy Love
DEAR HARRIETTE: I went to dinner with a female friend a couple of days ago to a trendy restaurant. When my date arrived, I noticed she had brought along her dog. When I asked why, she replied, "I did not want my dog to be alone at the condo while I went...
Dave Molinari's Scouting Report:
The veteran Post-Gazette hockey writer breaks down each of the first-round series in the Eastern Conference (with conference seed):Streaking: Rangers RW Marian Gaborik had six goals, four assists in final eight regular-season games, while C Brad Richards...
Department of Justice Oks West Penn Takeover
The proposed takeover by Highmark of West Penn Allegheny Health System got the U.S. Department of Justice's approval Tuesday, clearing one of the major obstacles to the proposed insurer/ provider merger.The Justice Department's Antitrust Division gave...
Drug Dealer Gets Fine, 22 Years in Prison
Toppled cocaine kingpins usually go quietly to prison, but David M. Curran, 29, decided instead to give voice to his indignation."Your honor, you gave me 22 years in prison, 10 years probation, and you're asking me to pay $1 million?" the Upper St. Clair...
Egyptian Court Bars Assembly from Writing New Constitution
CAIRO -- The Muslim Brotherhood suffered a political setback Tuesday when an Egyptian court suspended the assembly charged with writing the country's new constitution amid criticism that Islamists held too much sway over the panel.The court's decision,...
Ex-Chief Follows Haley Te Pope Team's First Free-Agent Signing
Todd Haley has been putting together the Steelers' new offensive playbook, and when the players are permitted to tackle it for the first time on Monday one will know it far better than the rest.The Steelers signed veteran tight end Leonard Pope Tuesday....
Experts Question Whether Justices Understand New Health Care Law High Court Seemed Confused about Insurance Mandate
WASHINGTON -- A possible misunderstanding about President Barack Obama's health care overhaul could cloud Supreme Court deliberations on its fate, leaving the impression that the law's insurance requirement is more onerous than it actually is.During...
Feeding the Poor, Homeless Nourishes Volunteer's Spirits
For the past six years, much has changed in Nick List's life: He has graduated from college, gotten a job, enrolled in a master's degree program, traveled internationally and moved to different parts of the Pittsburgh area.But at least once a month,...
Flyers Expect Bryzgalov to Be Solution for about Three Decades, Goaltending Issues Have Undermined Team in Playoffs
When the Philadelphia Flyers face the Penguins in Game 1 of the Pennsylvania Cold War series tonight in Pittsburgh, they will have a confident, elite goaltender who has their collective backs. Finally.For most of the past three decades, the Flyers have...
Flyers Not Dissuaded by Youth
The Flyers have a lot more inexperience than the Penguins, but they don't see that as a detriment in their forthcoming best-of- seven series.Flyers rookies played 445 games this season, compared with 63 for the Penguins."It's an advantage," rookie winger...
Focus on Iran Major Powers Prepare for Talks on Nuclear Aims
The United States, China, France, Germany, Russia and the United Kingdom will hold a critical meeting this week in Istanbul, Turkey, with representatives of Iran to discuss relations with that country and the implications of its nuclear development program.International...
Former Hill House Worker Files Suit over Firing
The woman who led the Hill House Economic Development Corp. for more than two years sued its parent organization Tuesday, saying she was fired for blowing the whistle on inappropriate use of grant funds that were meant for the Hill District's delayed...
Fun-Filled 'Coppelia' Closes Pbt's Season
Thrillers, adventure tales and die-for-me romances have their places in ballet. But sometimes, a feel-good, happily-ever-after hits the spot. Pittsburgh Ballet Theatre -- hot off its drama-packed "Streetcar Named Desire" -- will close its 42nd season...
Gamers Fuel Growth Spurt in E-Sports
Competitive gaming is a popular part of video-gaming culture, yet it's often overlooked by the mainstream audience.Tournaments are held locally at events such as the annual Tekkoshocon in Downtown. And the popular PC game "StarCraft" has spawned events...
Highmark, Medexpress Join Forces for Center in Braddock
Medicaid patients will be able to make use of services at a new urgent-care center scheduled to open next summer at the site of the now-demolished UPMC Braddock Hospital.The one-of-a-kind facility will result from a collaboration between health-insurance...
'Hunger Games' Part of a Long, Grisly Tradition Violence to and by Children Is Nothing New in Literature
Children murder one another in a multitude of gruesome and memorable ways in "The Hunger Games," deploying spears, arrows, rocks, venomous wasps, mutant wolves and their bare hands in a televised gladiatorial death match.The juvenile slaughterfest depicted...
Improbable Run Rooted in 2006
In one sense, Rick Santorum took the first step in the unpredictable journey that ended Tuesday back on Nov. 7, 2006.That was the day that his congressional and, seemingly, his political career was interred beneath Democratic Pennsylvania Sen. Bob Casey's...
In Far-Off Calif., He Inherited Dad's Passion for Pirates
I was 7, Clint 6. We knew the entire Pirates lineup front to back and had studied the team so much that we had a good idea of who Jim Leyland would use to pinch-hit before he made the decision. We were freakish in that sense, even if we were just young...
Iran Says It Captured Israel-Backed 'Terrorist Team' Planning Attacks
TEHRAN, Iran -- Iranian security forces have arrested an Israeli- backed "terrorist team" that was planning attacks inside Iran, the Intelligence Ministry announced Tuesday, four days before crucial nuclear talks with world powers.The announcement, reported...
It's FDR Time the Economy Needs Radical Surgery, Which Obama Might Deliver
The dreary job figures released by the Obama administration Friday should serve as a fire bell in the night to all Americans and, especially, to the presidential candidates' intrepid campaign staffs, that the ship of state is in trouble.The economy created...
It's Not Natural the Genetically Engineered Find a Home at the Center for Postnatural History
Richard Pell needed a place for genetically engineered salmon, for mice bred to be overweight and for zebrafish that glow in ultraviolet light. Displaying them in a museum of natural history wouldn't make sense, said Mr. Pell, 36, who teaches different...
Judge Hears Drilling Law Debate
HARRISBURG -- A Commonwealth Court hearing over whether the state's new Marcellus Shale drilling law should go into full effect Saturday adjourned this morning without a ruling from the judge.During the short court proceeding, lawyers for the municipalities challenging...
Leo V. Marchetti May 20, 1923 -- April 8, 2012 Police Union Official, Started Ceremony for Officers Slain in Line of Duty
From the very first National Peace Officers' Memorial Day Service in Washington, D.C., on May 15, 1982, Leo V. Marchetti was highly visible among the police officers, officials and widows taking part in ceremonies to honor law enforcement personnel slain...
Liu Brooklyn's Ferry Named New Dukes Coach
Jim Ferry will now take a crack at leading Duquesne basketball to the next level.Ferry was named the men's basketball coach at Duquesne Tuesday night, after bringing Long Island University Brooklyn to the NCAA tournament twice in the past two years.Ferry...
LOCAL [Derived Headline]
Attorneys say GNC abused store managersAttorneys hoping to represent thousands of managers of GNC stores argued in court today that the nutritional supplements chain had de facto policies that compelled store managers to work long, unpaid stints.Attorneys...
Malkin Glad to Be Back in Playoffs
A year ago, Penguins center Evgeni Malkin spent the first round of the playoffs watching as he recovered from knee surgery and begging the coaches to let him play -- in the second round, if not the third.He didn't get the chance. The Penguins lost in...
Mcconnell Picks Arizona Transfer 'Excited' to Play at 'Higher Level'
T.J. McConnell is heading west.Duquesne's former starting point guard committed to Arizona on Tuesday to play for Sean Miller and the program he hopes will make a run in the NCAA tournament one day."I loved the people out there, the fans. I loved all...
Meet Bombino Tuareg Guitarist's CD Was Named Itunes' 2011 World Music Breakthrough Album of the Year
The Thunderbird Cafe in Lawrenceville routinely reels in musical guests that generate local buzz, attracting fans who sort of -- "Oh, by the way, I may as well get a beer while I'm here listening to this great sound."But sometimes it works the other...
Miami Suspends Guillen Marlins' Manager to Miss Five Games for Castro Remarks; Community Calls for Firing
Marlins manager Ozzie Guillen, no stranger to the spotlight, looked to be under serious duress on Tuesday as he apologized for making insensitive comments to Time magazine in support of Fidel Castro. Guillen claimed that his remarks were misinterpreted....
Murphy, Feinberg Square off over Pacs
Facing a GOP challenger for the first time since taking joining Congress in 2002, U.S. Rep. Tim Murphy today defended himself against criticism from fellow Republican Evan Feinberg and complained about the new influence of SuperPACs on American politics.Mr....
Nail Polishes Mislabeled
SAN FRANCISCO -- Some nail polishes commonly found in California salons and advertised as free of a so-called "toxic trio" of chemicals actually have high levels of agents linked to birth defects, state regulators said Tuesday.A Department of Toxic Substances...
N. Korea Closer to Space Launch
PYONGYANG, North Korea -- North Korean space officials said Tuesday that the rocket built to carry a satellite into space was ready for liftoff this week as the nation's leadership makes a series of appointments before a major political gathering.Workers'...
Now 14, Boy in Court for '09 Killing
NEW CASTLE, Pa. -- The families of Jordan Brown and the woman police say he killed continue to vehemently disagree with each other about how the case against the now-14-year-old boy should play out in a Lawrence County courtroom this week. Jordan's relatives...
Obama Champions Minimum Tax Rate for Wealthiest
BOCA RATON, Fla. -- All but certain now that his Republican opponent will be former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney, President Barack Obama has made his proposed "Buffett Rule" minimum tax for the wealthiest Americans like Mr. Romney a centerpiece of...
O'brien Unveils New Era of Openness at Psu Coach Allowing Media to View Practice, Something Rarely Done under Paterno
UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. -- On Friday, Bill O'Brien will allow reporters to watch a portion of the Nittany Lions' practice for the third time in as many weeks.In a new era of Penn State football, O'Brien's openness is a welcomed change for many reporters,...
Oilers Get No. 1 for 3rd Year in a Row
The Edmonton Oilers won the NHL's draft lottery and own the No. 1 selection for the third consecutive year.Edmonton had an 18.8 percent chance of winning the first pick in the Tuesday night lottery.After choosing center Ryan Nugent-Hopkins last year,...
Penguins Biggest Challenge Might Be Controlling Things They Can Control
A change in the ambient percussion always precedes the start of Penguins practice at the Consol Energy Center; the soft clatter of pucks and sticks invading the ice surface suddenly drowns out the distant whine of vacuums attending to suite level. At...
Penguins vs. Flyers Round 1
Pittsburgh Post-Gazette hockey writer Dave Molinari breaks down the first-round series between the Penguins and Philadelphia Flyers that begins tonight at Consol Energy Center:SEASON SERIES 4-2 FLYERSStreaking: No one in the NHL is hotter than Penguins...
PEOPLE [Derived Headline]
Melissa Gilbert may have been down, but she's certainly not out.The actress, who wound up in the hospital after she fell while performing the paso doble on "Dancing With the Stars" Monday night, gave her fans a quick update on her condition via Twitter."I'm...
Petrino Fired in Wake of Scandal
Arkansas has fired Bobby Petrino, saying he "knowingly misled" and engaged in reckless behavior in a relationship with a female football employee half his age.Petrino, 51, was injured in an April 1 motorcycle accident. He was put on paid leave last week...
Police, U.S. Officials Target Cell Phone Thieves by Limiting Their Resale Market
Increasingly, carrying a smartphone means being a target. Commuters who doze on public transit are targets for pickpockets, while pedestrians chatting on iPhones attract armed muggers.Police officials hope that their newest resource -- a voluntary agreement...
Potato-Crusted Quiche
PG testedIf you served Easter dinner, bet you've got leftover ham you'd like to do something with other than sandwiches. I suggest quiche.Fast and flavorful, this gluten-free version trades a white flour- and-butter crust for one made of shredded potatoes....
Premature Babies Now Have Better Chance of Survival
DEAR DOCTOR K: My sister recently gave birth prematurely, at 33 weeks. Thankfully, the doctors think my new niece will do well and should not have developmental problems. I know that doctors are able to save more premature babies these days than they...
Public Defender, 3 Clients Sue Luzerne County Claim Lack of Funds, Staff Led to Inability to Represent People
The Luzerne County chief public defender and three clients from the office Tuesday filed a lawsuit against the county and its manager alleging that a lack of funding and staffing has led to his inability to represent indigent clients.The complaint, listed...
Ruling Allows Extradition of Terror Suspects European Court Eases Process That Would Let Britain Send 5 to U.S
LONDON -- The European Court of Human Rights ruled Tuesday that Britain could legally extradite five suspects wanted in the United States on terrorism charges, including Abu Hamza al-Masri, an inflammatory former mosque cleric accused in a range of unprosecuted anti-American...
Santorum Exits but Conservatives Remain Decidedly Unenthused by Romney
Now we're getting someplace. Over the past several days, Mitt Romney has turned his attention to the fight against Barack Obama, Rick Santorum has left the Republican race and Newt Gingrich has signaled that he sees what's coming and will support the...
Santorum Leaves Race Gop Challenger for Presidential Nomination Faced Too Many Hurdles to Upset Romney
GETTYSBURG, Pa. -- Rick Santorum returned to his home state on Tuesday to end his run for president, removing the last obstacle to Mitt Romney's claim on the Republican nomination two weeks ahead of the Pennsylvania primary. Appearing with his wife,...
Scandal Topples High-Ranking Chinese Official Government Cites Disciplinary Issues; Wife Held in Murder
BEIJING -- Bo Xilai, a high-ranking Communist Party official, was stripped of his most powerful posts Tuesday, and authorities said his wife was being held in connection with the suspected murder of a British businessman, the latest revelations in a...
Seasoned Websites Small Business Owners Get Free Help Improving Their Web Presence
When Adrienne Brown, founder of the online business Adrienne's Sassy Gourmet in Pittsburgh, turned to Google's "Pennsylvania Get Your Business Online" event Tuesday, her product already had its own website and could be found in six local stores.But with...
Series Likely to Hinge on Whose Special Teams Are Something Special
A lot of factors can determine how a Stanley Cup playoff game turns out.Special teams play just does it more often than most.The Penguins don't have to take anyone's word for that; they lived it a year ago.Their power play scored on one of 35 opportunities...
Speedy Mccutchen off to a Fast Start
LOS ANGELES -- For Andrew McCutchen, the success on the basepaths in the opening series resulted from his focus on his starts.McCutchen stole two bases in three games against the Philadelphia Phillies, and he credited his emphasis on the first few steps...
Starting Pitching Sparkles Again in Loss Dodgers 2 Pirates 1
LOS ANGELES -- For seven innings, the Pirates went round for round with the reigning Cy Young award winner.They received another good outing from their starting pitcher, as they did in the first series. They also struggled to score runs, as they did...
Stock Slump Persists, Deepens
NEW YORK -- The stock market extended its longest and deepest slump of the year Tuesday, caught between a recurring nightmare of European debt and the beginning of uncertain corporate earnings reports at home.The Dow Jones industrial average fell 213.66...
Sunseri Keeps Reins as the Starting QB
While there are plenty of starting positions still to be settled for the Pitt Panthers, quarterback isn't one of them. Incumbent starter Tino Sunseri has left little doubt in spring drills that he will be under center in the fall.Sunseri, a senior, has...
Syria Appears to Ignore U.N. Deadline
BEIRUT -- Activists reported fighting across Syria on Tuesday, the day that United Nations officials, world leaders and Syrian protesters had hoped Syrian forces would complete a pullback from urban areas, while Russia, one of President Bashar Assad's...
Syria Says It Will Stop Fighting by Un Deadline
BEIRUT -- Syria promised to stop fighting in time for Thursday's deadline for a cease-fire brokered by special envoy Kofi Annan but reserved the right to respond to any aggression, a hedge against any end in the fighting that has convulsed the nation...
Task Force Recommends Changes to Reassessment Process Lawmaker Calls Current System 'Complete Mess'
A task force looking at property assessment systems used in the 67 counties across Pennsylvania has recommended uniform training for people who collect real estate data.Additional education was one of several suggestions included in the task force report,...
Teen Birth Rate Falls 44 Percent since '91 CDC Reports Fewer Such Babies Were Born in 2010 Than Any Year since '46
LOS ANGELES -- Teen births have fallen to record lows in the United States, continuing an overall trend -- partly due to programs aimed at preventing pregnancies among teenagers, the federal Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reported Tuesday.The...
'The Professionals' Stars Likable Criminals
"The Professionals" by Owen Laukkanen; Putnam ($25.95)In his excellent debut, Owen Laukkanen mixes the economic downturn and a bleak job market for a suspenseful and insightful thriller about four out-of-work, newly graduated college friends who become...
Three Reasons
* The Penguins Will Win The Stanley Cup1 Their skill level. The depth chart is laced with world-class talent and, for a change, everyone in that group seems to be pretty healthy. Starting with superior players doesn't guarantee anything, of course, but...
Toasted Israeli Couscous Primavera
I grew up eating pasta primavera, a combination of fettuccine, vegetables, cream and Parmesan cheese. I loved the mix of pasta and sauce made virtuous by the inclusion of vegetables, but as time moved on, my fondness for cream sauces waned while my appreciation of...
To Obama, Legal Precedents Are All about Politics
In 1996, Congress passed the Defense of Marriage Act by huge bipartisan votes -- 342-67 in the House and 85-14 in the Senate. President Bill Clinton signed the measure into law.Now, the Obama administration says DOMA, which permits states to refuse to...
We Can't Hide from the National Security Agency
How many Americans know that as of September 2013, all of us engaged in any form of communication will be subject -- with the approval of President Barack Obama and the silence of Congress -- to continuous tracking and databasing by the National Security...
WEST/CITY/SOUTH [Derived Headline]
WESTMcKees Rocks woman dies in apartment fireA disabled woman died early Tuesday morning after she was trapped in a burning apartment building in McKees Rocks.The fire broke out around 3:30 a.m. in a nine-unit building on Church Avenue.The victim, whose...
Woman Charged with Faking Cancer for Wedding
WHITE PLAINS, N.Y. -- Strangers donated the beautifully embroidered wedding dress, the two rings, the honeymoon time-share in Aruba. They acted quickly, too, because the bride was dying of cancer. Or so she said.The state attorney general's office announced...
WORLD/NATION [Derived Headline]
WORLDAttacks kill 2 NATO troops, local Afghan officialKABUL, Afghanistan -- Two bomb explosions and an insurgent attack killed two NATO service members and a local Afghan government official today in different parts of Afghanistan, authorities said.NATO...
Zimmerman's Lawyers Quit in Trayvon Martin Case
SANFORD, Fla. -- The Trayvon Martin case took a bizarre turn Tuesday when George Zimmerman's attorneys quit, complaining that they have lost all contact with him, and that he called the prosecutor and talked to a TV host after they told him not to speak to...
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