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Warren Buffett says investment gains will continue to be ‘substantial,’ applauds ‘miraculous’ US economy

Warren Buffett’s Berkshire Hathaway released its closely-watched annual letter on Saturday, in which the Oracle of Omaha told investors that the holding company’s investment gains would continue to be ‘substantial’ in the coming years and the U.S. economy would continue its ‘miraculous’ boom.

The Omaha, Nebraska-based conglomerate’s net earnings rose to $6.29 billion in the fourth quarter of 2016, up from $5.48 billion in the comparable year ago period. Investors frequently parse the document for Buffett’s insights into specific sectors, in addition to his thoughts on the economy.

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Analyst warns Obama now undermining Democrats

An analyst is warning that Barack Obama, through his political organization and its army of 30,000 operatives, poses a threat to his own Democratic Party, says a report in Joseph Farah’s G2 Bulletin.

The analysis comes from Martin Armstrong, whose Armstrong Economics provides commentary on a wide range of issues extending beyond economics, including history, global warming, real estate and world events.

“Obama has circumvented the Democrats with [Organizing for America] and has established a clandestine unaccountable political party taking money from questionable people,” he writes.

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Do African Americans Really Care What Trump Thinks About ‘Black-ish’

Although ABC’s hit television show Black-ish is a comedy, it’s managed to tackle some of the most pressing issues that African-Americans are faced with today. According to The Guardian, the series has left former President Barack Obama and President Donald Trump divided when it comes to the way that it addresses race relations.

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Mel Gibson is back after a decade in Hollywood exile

Right now, no one in Hollywood has a more dramatic villain-turned-hero story than Mel Gibson. After a decade-long, self-inflicted trip to hell, the actor/director is back on top with six Oscar nominations for his film “Hacksaw Ridge,” including Best Director for Gibson himself.

“Guys like Leo [DiCaprio], Tom Hardy and Bradley Cooper are dying to work with him,” one studio exec told The Post. At his rock bottom, Gibson was dumped by agency WME; now he’s been picked up by flashier powerhouse CAA.

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Woodward: Press ‘Shouldn’t Whine,’ Not In ‘Media’s Interest’ To Have ‘War’ With Trump – We Should Continue Investigations

On Friday’s broadcast of MSNBC’s “Hardball,” Washington Post Associate Editor Bob Woodward stated the press “shouldn’t whine, and if we sound like we are an interest group only concerned with ourselves, it doesn’t work with the public. At the same time, we need to continue the in-depth inquiries, the investigations.” He further argued it’s not in the interest of either the Trump White House or the media to war with each other.

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Hundreds of headstones damaged at Philadelphia Jewish cemetery

WISSINOMING (WPVI) —
A reward is being offered after scores of headstones were damaged at a Jewish cemetery in the Wissinoming section of Philadelphia.

The Mizel Family Foundation, through the Anti-Defamation League, is offering a $10,000 reward for information leading to the arrest and conviction of the individual(s) responsible. The Fraternal Order of Police Lodge #5 is offering an additional $3,000.

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Donald Trump supporters to boycott Oscars in protest against ‘Limousine Liberals’

It should be a glittering celebration of artistic endeavour where the women dazzle in designer gowns and men look sharp in their well-cut dinner jackets.

But this year’s Oscars are more likely to be remembered for what is said than what is worn.

Just over a month into the presidency of Donald Trump, hostilities are expected to be resumed between the new incumbent of the Oval Office and America’s entertainment industry.

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Stars will do things for an Oscar that would make a politician gag

Earlier this week, a notoriously press-shy Casey Affleck appeared in his third PETA ad in 10 months, exposing the horrors of circuses as somber music played in the background.

“I choose to work in the entertainment industry,” said the Oscar nominee — for Best Actor for “Manchester by the Sea” — of the commercial, filmed in December. “But animals in circuses and other traveling shows are never given a choice.”

Choosing to act is one thing. Choosing to participate in the circus also known as the Academy Awards is another.

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Meryl Streep Slams Karl Lagerfeld Over 2017 Oscars Dress Drama: I’m Still Waiting for an Apology

Two days after WWD published an interview with the Chanel creative director in which he accused the Florence Foster Jenkins star of enlisting another designer to create her 2017 Oscars look because she wished to receive financial compensation for wearing it, the actress has responded in a statement to E! News.

“In reference to Mr. Lagerfeld’s ‘statement,’ there is no ‘controversy’: Karl Lagerfeld, a prominent designer, defamed me, my stylist, and the illustrious designer whose dress I chose to wear, in an important industry publication,” Meryl’s statement reads.

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More murders in Philly going unsolved

More often than at any point in recent memory, people have been getting away with murder in Philadelphia.

The city’s homicide clearance rate in 2016 dropped below 50 percent — the lowest the city has seen in at least 15 years, and the third consecutive year that the rate has decreased, according to police statistics.

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Two Thirds of Germans Fear Becoming Victims of Terror Attacks

The fear is even more widespread among women, the study published by German legal expenses insurance group ROLAND found.

Of the female respondents, 74 per cent said they sometimes feel unsafe in crowded places, and nine per cent felt permanently threatened and scared.

The authors state: “A large part of the population doesn’t feel safe anymore when visiting crowded places. The fear of becoming the victim of a terrorist attack with a high number of casualties is considerable.

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