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com/7F0KIQgFrA Wiz Khalifa (@wizkhalifa) August 23, I’m not resisting, The program also "represents an acknowledgment by the FAA of the need to rethink the roles and responsibilities of state and local governments" in managing drones in their communities, and other co-conspirators. Editing by William Maclean) This story has not been edited by Firstpost staff and is generated by auto-feed. Contrast with the Japanese Xbox 360 launch back in December 2005, "The RNC is in constant communication with all the campaigns, "You [would] need three hotels.and three trailers out back and three teams on the floor plus the RNC team" said Massachusetts national committeeman and former Mitt Romney senior adviser Ron Kaufman "Thats what people are concerned abouthow do you do that" Bopp added that the convention program may have to be rethought with recent conventions limiting the business of voting and committee reports to the first day "Its simple things like that that I think will have a profound impact" he said Kirsten Kukowski a spokesperson for the convention said it is “premature” for any plans to be in place but they will be formulated in due course “It is the convention committees job to have contingency plans in place the same way we did over the last several conventions with hurricanes” she said “That will in fact be done But it is very premature for conversations or plans to be in place right now” Write to Zeke J Miller at [email protected] 10 months after stepping down as host of The Tonight Show Jay Leno is finding ways to fill his time but says he misses the show that he helmed for 4610 episodes “Of course I miss it but I’m keeping myself busy” he says “I do 200 shows a year I was over in Afghanistan last month which was terrific Life for me is good right now” PEOPLE sat down with Leno backstage at the Florida Hospital Golden Gala a charity event that raised money for the Children’s Epilepsy Program Leno performed a 45-minute set and even donated box seats to a Billy Joel concert for the silent auction “I like spending my time doing this type of show” he says “Charity events doing things for the troops that type of thing” And what does Leno think of his Tonight Show replacement “I like Jimmy [Fallon]; I think he’s terrific” Leno says “Every host brings his own personality to the show It’s different now than when I was there just like the show was different than when Johnny Carson was there That’s part of the legacy of the show Everybody who has ever hosted Tonight has been number one when they left and there’s a lot to be said about that I think Jimmy is doing a great job” Leno says that being away from Hollywood has been good for his perspective “My favorite story is about a someone I had on the show I’m not going to say who it is but he’s a big star You’d know his name Anyway he knew that I like cars and all that stuff so during the break he said ‘I want to get a sports car What’s a good one to get’ So I said ‘Well the new Ferrari is pretty unbelievable’ And he said “Nah everybody has a Ferrari” “And I was like Everybody does not have a Ferrari” Leno continues “I said ‘You’ll be beaten in the street and killed if you say that on the air A lot of people haven’t even seen a Ferrari You have to get out of this town Go out go to Iowa Go to Michigan Go somewhere where people are living normal lives You’ll see that everybody definitely does not have a Ferrari’ It was such an LA statement ‘Oh everyone has a Ferrari’ So I have tried very hard to avoid that mindset” So does Leno wish he was still hosting Tonight “You know things are great now Showbiz is like champagne If you drink it every day you become an alcoholic I enjoy being around it and observing it now rather than being in it People ask why I go to a garage and work on cars Well with showbiz people think you’re funny and some people think you’re not funny But when something is broken and you fix it people can’t say it’s not running And I like that” “Doing The Tonight Show was obviously the pinnacle of my career” he says “And I’m grateful for every day I had on the show But now that it’s done I’m still moving forward with my life I don’t have a bucket list; I don’t have all these things I need to finish I’ve always been happy wherever I’m at” This article originally appeared at PEOPLEcom Contact us at [email protected] a new review published in the journal Mayo Clinic Proceedings researchers looked at 36 studies and found that among people with coronary artery disease those with a high BMI had the lowest cardiovascular mortality risk compared to people with a normal weight The researchers say it’s further evidence of an obesity paradox where being overweight or obese actually protects people from heart-related death Now there are a few things to point out before we accept headlines like “Yes Healthy Obesity Exists” For one the study population already had heart disease and being obese puts people at a greater risk for heart-related ailments like stroke and high blood pressure Second it’s possible that the reasons the obese people had better outcomes was because they are more likely to be prescribed heart medications like statins compared to the normal population It’s also possible that there is some sort of protective benefit from body fat that makes obese people less likely to have the worst effects from heart disease But doctors are not quick to conclude that being obese can protect your health After all the new study was looking at people who were already sick But many in the medical community will agree that there are other factors critical to health that have nothing to do with the number on the scale and that ultimately concentrating on a person’s lifestyle behaviors over their size is a good strategy Read more of our coverage on the obesity paradox here Contact us at [email protected] Redford founded the Sundance Institute and co-founded The Redford Center with his son Jamie Redford Red-rock canyons wide-open plateaus and steep rugged mountains: Utah has been my home for over half a century I feel a strong sense of connection to this state its people and its landscapes as many of us feel toward the places we call home Here in the rural American West that connection to the land is still very much alive especially for the cultures that are inextricably linked to these sandstone mesas and high alpine meadows Ranchers are intimately familiar with the lands on which they run livestock Hunters know where to find elk and deer in late fall Native Americans have inhabited these landscapes since time immemorial and still harvest herbs collect firewood and perform ceremonies on their ancestral grounds As Westerners we feel a sense of ownership over public lands not only because we use them but because we belong to them and have stewarded them for generations Over time our national monuments commemorate the contributions of underrepresented portions of our history and population Today there is a proposal for a new national monument in Utah that recognizes and celebrates human relationships to land Bears Ears National Monument has been proposed by an unprecedented coalition of Native American tribes whose connections to this cultural landscape run millennia deep For the first time in history five tribesthe Navajo Hopi Zuni Ute Mountain Ute and Uintah Ouray Utehave joined forces to call on the President of the United States to designate their sacred ancestral lands as a national monument for future generations Named for a pair of iconic twin buttes that in every Native language translate as "Bears Ears" the proposed monument encompasses 19 million acres of high desert plateau in southeast Utah All five tribes of the coalition trace an unbroken line of ancestry here reaching back thousands of years Within the proposed boundary lie more than 100000 archaeological sites that Native people recognize as the dwelling places of their Ancestors Every canyon and alcove holds significance for tribal members who utilize these lands for subsistence and ceremony Despite the cultural significance of this area for Native peopleand in a sense because of itBears Ears is facing serious threats Looting vandalism and grave robbing continue to this day with half a dozen cases reported so far in 2016 alone As Americans we would never tolerate desecration of the cemeteries of our pioneers or founding fathers Yet that is precisely what is taking place within Bears Ears Oil and gas speculation as well as uranium and potash mining also threaten to disrupt the ecosystems upon which we all depend Secretary of Interior Sally Jewell visited the proposed Bears Ears National Monument in July and met with a diversity of grassroots residents who all care deeply about these homelands As she observed "There is a desire to protect whats here for future generations That has been consistent no matter who I have spoken with" I hope Secretary Jewell accepts the opportunity to honor both Native Americans and rural Utahns by recommending that President Obama act to protect Bears Ears Ongoing stewardship and access to the land is essential to both cultures The Bears Ears proposal is unique in that it celebrates the timeless bond between people and place We all feel that bond whether youre a cowboy working the land for a living a passerby enjoying the freedom of the open range or a Native American whose people have lived here since time immemorial with stories and songs that run as deep as the canyons of the Colorado River That is why I stand with the tribes and a broad coalition of supporters throughout Utah and across the United States asking President Barack Obama to permanently protect Bears Ears as a national monument These 19 million acres and the cultures connected to them are profoundly deserving of our respect Bears Ears National Monument is an opportunity to honor the land and all the people by moving forward together Contact us at [email protected] IDEAS TIME Ideas hosts the world’s leading voices providing commentary on events in news society and culture We welcome outside contributions Opinions expressed do not necessarily reflect the views of TIME editors out of concern at the economic consequences of Brexit.” The former leader of the Labour Party does not plan to stand for a parliamentary seat.

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