Why Michael Rice believes he can break the UK’s Eurovision losing streak

Michael Rice, who won the BBC’s All Together Now, will fly the flag for the UK in Israel in May.
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U.S. Believes It Doesn’t Need to Show ‘Proof’ Huawei Is a Spy Threat

The chairman of Huawei pushed back against claims his company conducts espionage for the Chinese government. But the U.S. says that Huawei’s very structure makes the company a potential tool for espionage and thus a security threat.
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U.S. Believes It Doesn’t Need to Show ‘Proof’ Huawei Is a Spy Threat

The chairman of Huawei pushed back against claims his company conducts espionage for the Chinese government. But the U.S. says that Huawei’s very structure makes the company a potential tool for espionage and thus a security threat.
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Why Toronto believes it can convince Kawhi Leonard to stay

As Kawhi Leonard returns to San Antonio, the Raptors are confident they have what it takes to build a long-term partnership with the former Finals MVP.
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Ubisoft CEO Believes Streaming May Open Door to 5 Billion Players in a Decade

Ubisoft CEO Yves Guillemot says he believes that streaming games could allow for extreme growth in gaming.

In the YouTube video Q&A, Guillemot responds to a question about console cycles, and noted his belief that the advancements of streaming could add billions of players to the industry over the coming years.

“What we are dreaming is that technology will allow us to actually stream our games to all the TVs, mobile phones, and tablets in the future, and that we will be able to give an opportunity to all our brands to reach 2.5 billion in five years and maybe five billion players within ten years,” Guillemot said.

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Why Reese Witherspoon Believes Big Little Lies Is Important for Women in Hollywood

Big Little Lies, Reese WitherspoonNot only does Big Little Lies mark Reese Witherspoon’s first significant foray into television, but the actress sees the limited series adaptation of Liane Moriarty’s best-selling book as…

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Robert Durst’s Lawyer Believes Interview About Meth Use Was Improperly Obtained

Robert Durst’s statement to Los Angeles prosecutors that he was high on methamphetamine during the filming of the HBO series The Jinx was improperly obtained, his lawyer tells PEOPLE exclusively.

Attorney Dick DeGuerin says prosecutors interviewed Durst without his lawyers present, and the interview should therefore be ruled inadmissible at his upcoming murder trial.

According to the Los Angeles Times, Durst allegedly agreed to speak with prosecutors after his arrest on March 14, 2015 for the murder of his longtime friend and former publicist, Susan Berman.

In the interview, Durst, 73, allegedly said he “had to be… swooped” and “speeding” during some of the more than 20 hours of interview he gave during the filming of The Jinx.

“I was on meth, I was on meth the whole time,” he said, according to a transcript obtained by The Times. “And, when I looked at the little pieces of it, I was going like this and like that. And it was — and it should have been obvious.”

While he refused to address the specific contents of the Los Angeles Times piece, DeGuerin told PEOPLE he suspects the entire interview will be “tossed out” by the judge when Durst’s murder trial begins. (DeGuerin successfully defended Durst in 2003 while he was on trial for allegedly killing and dismembering his Texas neighbor, Morris Black.)

“This interview was given at a time when they should have contacted his lawyers, especially since they know full well who his lawyers are,” DeGuerin says, adding he has already started drafting a motion to suppress the substance of Durst’s interview.

“I am concerned by the prosecution’s actions,” DeGuerin adds. “Even though they have criticized us for talking to the press, they put this interview out there. I feel this is an effort by the prosecution to influence the jury pool.”

The Los Angeles County District Attorney’s office responded in a statement to PEOPLE that read, “This motion is being litigated in a public forum and involves information that is relevant, material and necessary to refute the false allegations and mischaracterizations made by the defense in their opposition.”

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According to the Los Angeles Times article, Durst allegedly spoke with prosecutors for nearly three hours. He even allegedly answered questions about why he didn’t flee the country after learning he was wanted in Berman’s killing.

Durst told the prosecution “inertia” kept him from going on the run.

“I just didn’t really, really, really think that I was gonna end up arrested,” he told them, before saying, “I was the worst fugitive the world has ever met.”

Durst was charged with Berman’s murder in March 2015. His apprehension in New Orleans preceded the airing of the damning final episode of The Jinx, which focused on the 1982 disappearance of Durst’s first wife, Kathleen Durst, while examining Berman’s execution-style killing.

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In the HBO finale, he is heard muttering to himself in a bathroom, “There it is. You’re caught! What the hell did you do? Killed them all, of course.” He was allegedly unaware the filmmaker’s microphones were still recording at the time.

Durst was extradited to Los Angeles in early November, where his impending murder trial will begin in 2017, according to DeGuerin.

He is the only suspect to face charges for Berman’s execution-style shooting death. Her body was discovered inside her home in Beverly Hills, California, in 2000.

Durst pleaded not guilty to her killing in November.

DeGuerin tells PEOPLE Durst has a pre-trial hearing set for Wednesday in Los Angeles, and says a preliminary examination of the evidence in the case must happen no sooner than Feb. 15.


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Why Oprah Believes Parenting Is a “Sacred Calling” – Oprah’s Lifeclass – OWN

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Dr. Shefali Tsabary says that after her first appearance on Oprah’s Lifeclass, questions from parents kept pouring in. Now, Dr. Shefali, author of The Conscious Parent, speaks directly to parents in the Lifeclass Social Lab. “The intention here is to understand why it is that we react to our children the way we do,” she says. “Because we all are longing for that connection with our children.”

Watch as Dr. Shefali reveals the two things every parent wants. Plus, Oprah shares her thoughts on parenthood.

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Donald Trump Believes Chris Christie Will Move Past Scandals

SOMERSET, N.J. (AP) — Real estate developer Donald Trump told a group of New Jersey Republicans he expects New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie to make it through the scandals that are plaguing his administration.

“He’s doing fine and it’s going to be fine,” Trump told the Somerset County Republican Organization, where he received the group’s “Republican of the Year” award Wednesday night. “We all go through these patches,” said Trump. “I wish him well.”

Trump said he has considered Christie a friend for many years. Trump’s son-in-law, Jared Kushner, owns a publishing company that runs a website devoted to New Jersey politics.

The 67-year-old Trump told The Associated Press he’s seen no evidence that Republican donors are shying away from the governor and possible 2016 presidential candidate.

He says Christie’s ability to run for president has not been compromised, if he decides he wants to run.

Trump, who flirted with running for president in 2012, told AP he would decide within a few weeks whether to enter the race for governor of New York.

On Wednesday, he was honored for his investment in New Jersey; Trump National Country Club is located in Somerset County.

Former New Jersey Attorney General and Christie confidante Jeff Chiesa also was honored by the group.

Referencing Christie’s budget address on Tuesday and town hall meeting on Wednesday, Chiesa said Christie is continuing to govern despite twin scandals that have mired the start of his second term and threaten to upend any political ambitions.

“He has been the target of incessant and unsubstantiated innuendo for six weeks now, and guess what,” said Chiesa, “he is continuing to lead the state with incredible integrity.”

Federal authorities and state lawmakers are looking into an apparent political payback operation orchestrated Christie’s aides; federal prosecutors are also investigating accusations that two members of Christie’s cabinet threatened to withhold federal Superstorm Sandy recovery aid from hard-hit Hoboken unless the mayor supported a favored redevelopment project.

The administration has denied the charges.

Chiesa, who was named by Christie to a temporary seat in the U.S. Senate last year, is a partner in Wolff & Samson, the law firm that represented the redeveloper in Hoboken. David Samson, the founding partner of the law firm, is chairman of the agency that runs the George Washington Bridge, where traffic jams were created in an apparent act of political retribution.
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