Trolling: Geraldo Attacks Black Folks And Protesters In Baltimore “You Ain’t Nothin’… Here’s A White Thug” [Video]

Geraldo GOES Off On Baltimore Protester. “You Anarchist”, “You’re Nothing” Geraldo Rivera has been a prominent presence in Baltimore this week, nearly finding himself in a physical altercation Wednesday night when protesters attempted to block his Fox News camera. On Thursday, again during a post-curfew segment on Hannity, it took less than 30 seconds for Rivera to start confronting a man off camera. “What’s your problem?” he asked the protester, who began to walk away. “You’re only brave when the camera’s turned?” he asked, taunting the man. “Hey you anarchist, you’re nothing, you ain’t nothing!”
When another man asked Rivera why he thinks he receives so much hostility, the reporter insisted that people have always been “wonderful” to him before this week. “That’s a thug right there!” he said, pointing at a man giving him the finger. “That’s a white thug.”

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Cordoba vs. Barcelona: Live Score, Highlights from La Liga

La Liga action resumes in Spain this weekend as the season draws to a close and we’re bringing you coverage on Saturday afternoon of what should be one of the biggest guarantees of the season: bottom vs. top, Cordoba vs. Barcelona.

Cordoba are doomed and bound for relegation back to la Segunda after just a single season in the top flight, going through three managers this term and never looking likely to amass enough points to stay up. It would be a massive surprise if they scored, let alone took a point from this game.

Barcelona, on the other hand, are on fire, hitting top form at the right time as they bid for glory on three fronts. They are top of the league table by two points and can extend that, albeit briefly, with a win here.

The match kicks off at 3 p.m. BST (10 a.m. ET) and our coverage begins half an hour beforehand.

Kate Middleton Has Given Birth To Royal Baby #2!!

It’s official — Prince George has a baby sister!!

Kate Middleton JUST gave birth, and Prince William was right by her side!

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The Duchess of Cambridge gave birth to a baby girl at 8:34am London time. No name has been released yet.

The baby weighed 8 lb. 3 oz. She was delivered in the Lindo Wing of St. Mary’s Hospital.

The royal family has been informed of the birth. Mom and baby are both doing well, Kensington Palace reports.

This story is developing.

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Microsoft also working on a Swift compiler for iOS developers to come to Windows 10

One of the big news stories to come out of Build 2015 was the Objective C tools that Microsoft is introducing to welcome iOS developers to Windows 10. This is amazing news, but there’s a small elephant in the room, and that’s Swift. Apple announced this at its WWDC 2014 developer conference, and is the newest way that iOS developers are building apps. But that doesn’t mean Microsoft has forgotten about it. It’s “going there.”








France’s libraries discovering a new lease of life beyond just books

Seminars, events and cafes are helping some formerly staid institutions reinvent themselves as social ‘third spaces’ beyond work and the home

Back in the 1950s Juliette Gréco sang Je hais les dimanches (I hate Sundays), but would she have found them quite so dull if public libraries had been open? It is still an open question in France, where museums and cinemas welcome the public on this day of rest, but not yet libraries.

Things may finally be changing, thanks to a bill originally more concerned with shopping than the arts. An amendment, put forward by former arts minister Aurélie Filipetti, to the “growth, business and equal economic opportunities” bill currently grinding through the French parliament, seeks to oblige local councils to organise a debate before introducing Sunday opening for libraries and shops. Her successor, Fleur Pellerin, has endorsed this proposal and asked a member of the upper house to look at how library opening hours could be adapted.

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