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The parents of embattled actress Lindsay Lohan – who is reportedly in rehab – still wrangle over visitation rights for their younger children as paparazzi capture their every move

강진출장안마√〖카톡AV889〗≍【O1O_9909_4819】〖델루와출장샵〗≍강진출장마사wl≍강진출장샵≍강진호텔출장≍강진출장업소≍강진조건만남≍강진출장아가씨≍강진출장맛사지Britney and K-Fed’s marriage may have officially ended last week, but their battle continues. On Wednesday, a lawyer for Federline filed an order to show cause for primary physical custody of their two children.

The pop tart, whose bizarre behavior has been well documented by the tabloids, must respond to the filing at a scheduled hearing.

Meanwhile, 대구출장샵 one of Spears’ former flings spilled the gory details of his wild night with Britney to Us Weekly. Matt Encinias told the magazine that the singer pounded drinks and removed her top before jumping topless into a pool.

Brown, who gave birth to daughter Angel in April, tied the knot with boyfriend Stephen Belafonte in June, the Associated Press reported.

Meanwhile, court documents revealed this week that Jennifer Lopez was awarded nearly $600,000 in a suit against her ex, Ojani Noa.

According to court papers made public on Monday, the singer claimed that her first husband violated a previous agremement in which he said he would remain mum about their relationship, reports said.

“Two And A Half Men” star Charlie Sheen chose national TV to reveal a startling request by his ex-wife Denise Richards. Sheen told “Entertainment Tonight” that Richards asked him to father her third child, even though he is is engaged to be married to someone else.

“There was a request for a donation,” Sheen told “ET” in an interview that aired Tuesday night. “Without getting into it here … there is a specific document relating to this that I am going to reserve for a court.”

Steamrolling in New York’s Long Island is the nasty divorce proceedings between Dina and Michael Lohan. The parents of embattled actress Lindsay Lohan – who is reportedly in rehab – still wrangle over visitation rights for their younger children as paparazzi capture their every move.

And finally, Marilyn Manson was sued by his ex-bandmate, Stephen Bier, who alleges that the shock rocker didn’t give him a share of profits. Bier reportedly says Manson owes him $20 million.

Florida abortion law faces new legal challenge

TALLAHASSEE, 경기도출장샵 Fla. – A federal judge is being asked to block additional parts of a contentious Florida abortion law.

The American Civil Liberties Union of Florida filed a lawsuit late Monday on behalf of several ministers, rabbis and organizations that provide abortion counseling services to women.

The lawsuit contends that the law violates constitutional rights by requiring groups to register with the state and pay a fee if they advise or help women seek abortions. The lawsuit also challenges a provision requiring groups to tell women about alternatives to abortion.

Legislators passed the sweeping abortion measure during their 2016 session. A federal judge already blocked two parts of the law this summer, and the administration of Gov. Rick Scott didn’t appeal the decision

The parts of the law blocked this summer would have prevented state funds from going to organizations that provide abortions.

One part of the law required increased abortion clinic inspections.

Similar to a Texas law struck down earlier this week by the U.S. Supreme Court, the Florida law also requires doctors who perform abortions to have privileges at a nearby hospital. No challenges to that part of the law have been filed yet.

The court action this week was just a new chapter in a long-running battle over abortion in the Sunshine State. Since the GOP assumed control of the Florida Legislature two decades ago, legislators have enacted a series of bills only to see many of them overturned in the courts. The Florida Supreme Court in April suspended a 24-hour waiting period for abortions while it decides whether that law is constitutional.  

Previous research has suggested that high cholesterol in later life seems to boost the risk of Alzheimer’s disease while statins reduce it, said Dr

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A new, large study suggests that if they do have that power, it may depend on the specific statin, and the gender and race or ethnicity of the person taking it.

For example, black men appeared to gain no benefit from taking any statin, while white women may lower their risk regardless of which statin they take, the researchers said.

The findings don’t prove that statins reduce the chances of developing Alzheimer’s. And if they do shrink the risk, the effect seems to be small.

Still, “those with high exposure to statins had a reduced risk of [Alzheimer’s disease] compared to those with low exposure. And it varied by type of statin and for men, women and for different racial and ethnic individuals,” said study author 인천출장샵 Julie Zissimopoulos. She is associate director of the Schaeffer Center for Health Policy and Economics at the University of Southern California in Los Angeles.

Previous research has suggested that high cholesterol in later life seems to boost the risk of Alzheimer’s disease while statins reduce it, said Dr. Gail Li. She is an associate professor in the department of psychiatry and behavioral sciences at the University of Washington in Seattle.

But Li, who was not involved with the new study, added that statins don’t seem to help patients who already have Alzheimer’s.

The new study aimed to understand how specific groups of people might be affected by the therapy.

The researchers tracked almost 400,000 statin users, all aged 65 or older, who took the medications between 2006 and 2013.

In the study, Zissimopoulos said, “We examine individuals who have been taking statins consistently for at least two years, between the years 2006 and 2008, and follow them for another five years to examine onset of Alzheimer’s. We compare them to groups of individuals with low exposure that either took statins less consistently between 2006 and 2008, or started them later — after 2008.”

Overall, the researchers linked high use of statins to a 15 percent lower risk of Alzheimer’s in women and a 12 percent lower risk in men compared to those who had low use.

Those who took simvastatin (Zocor) had 10 percent to 23 percent lower risk, depending on their gender and race. However, the researchers saw no benefit for black men.

Among those who used atorvastatin (Lipitor) the most, white men and black men had no apparent benefit, while the risk of Alzheimer’s was 16 percent to 39 percent lower for white women, black women and Hispanics.

Only white women appeared to gain a benefit from high usage of pravastatin (Pravachol) and rosuvastatin (Crestor): They had about an 18 percent lower risk of developing Alzheimer’s disease, the findings showed.

According to Zissimopoulos, the lifetime risk of developing Alzheimer’s disease is between 9 percent and 17 percent at the age of 65.

For her part, Li is skeptical of the new findings. She eyed the results with caution, saying there may be too few people in some of the ethnic groups to come up with statistically reliable conclusions.

Dr. Benjamin Wolozin, a professor with the departments of pharmacology and neurology at Boston University School of Medicine, said genetics may explain the differences between the groups. As to why statins may reduce Alzheimer’s risk, he said it may have something to do with the power of the drugs to promote good blood flow to the brain.

An expert in aging research, Dr. Eric Larson, executive director of the Group Health Research Institute in Seattle, had another theory: “Some of the variation could be based on patterns of care — how drugs are prescribed to different types of patients and also the baseline levels of vascular risk. Black men are likely to have more than just high cholesterol levels — [they may have] other conditions that increase risk and aren’t affected by statins.”

What should people who use statins do?

Larson said, “People who have high levels of cholesterol and other conditions that predispose them to vascular diseases should definitely consider taking statins for their benefit in general, and can also feel like they are doing something for their risk of dementia and Alzheimer’s.”

But, he added, “I would not use the results of this study to guide choices of statins. Things like tolerability, cost and so forth may be more important for many people.”

The study was published online Dec. 12 in the journal JAMA Neurology.

(Photo: AP) Priscilla moves into Graceland, finishing her senior year of high school in Memphis

Only 42 years old at the time of his death, Elvis Presley lived a life long on groundbreaking musical achievements. Follow the American legend’s rise to the top.

Elvis Aaron Presley is born in a shotgun shanty in Tupelo, Miss. An identical twin brother, Jesse, does not survive the birth.

(Photo: AP)

Vernon Presley is sent to prison for about a year for 인천출장샵 altering a $4 check. Elvis and his mother cannot afford to keep the house and move in with relatives.

Elvis gets his first taste of fame, winning second prize for singing “Old Shep” at the Mississippi-Alabama Fair and Dairy Show.

The future king of Rock ‘n’ Roll gets his first guitar. Elvis had asked his parents for a bicycle, but the guitar was the most they could afford.

The Presleys move to Memphis, Tenn. in search of brighter fortunes.

Fresh out of high school, 17-year-old Elvis makes his first record. He cuts two songs at the now-legendary Sun Studio, a $5 birthday gift for his mother.

Elvis returns to Sun and meets studio owner Sam Phillips. Phillips had proclaimed that if he could find a young white singer with the sound and spirit of a black man, he would make a billion dollars. He hooks Elvis up with some local musicians to record and play shows.

(Photo: AP)

Elvis signs a contract with Hank Snow Attractions. Co-owner “Colonel” Tom Parker becomes the singer’s exclusive manager.

Phillips sells Elvis’ contract and the rights to his Sun singles to RCA. He quickly becomes pop music’s biggest new star.

“Heartbreak Hotel” hits the top of the Billboard charts. The single also earns Elvis his first gold record.

Elvis signs a seven-year movie contract with Paramount Pictures. Being a movie star was one of his main ambitions.

(Photo: AP)

His hometown of Tupelo, Miss., declares “Elvis Presley Day” on the occasion of his return performance at the Mississippi-Alabama Fair and Dairy Show. This time, the National Guard has to be called in to maintain order.

(Photo: AP)

“Love Me Tender,” Elvis’ first musical movie, premieres. From 1956 to 1969, he stars in 33 feature films, most of them following nearly identical scripts, and all subject to approval by Colonel Parker.

Elvis returns to Sun and meets studio owner Sam Phillips. Phillips had proclaimed that if he could find a young white singer with the sound and spirit of a black man, he would make a billion dollars. He hooks Elvis up with some local musicians to record and play shows.

(Photo: AP)

Elvis is drafted into the U.S. Army. A throng of photographers and reporters are on hand as he gets his first G.I. haircut. Most of his military service is done in West Germany.

(Photo: AP)

Gladys Presley dies of complications from hepatitis. Elvis, who was granted emergency leave to be by her side, is devastated.

Elvis meets 14-year-old Priscilla Beaulieu at a party at his home in Germany.

(Photo: AP)

Elvis is discharged from the Army and immediately returns to recording, performing and filming movies.

(Photo: AP)

Priscilla moves into Graceland, finishing her senior year of high school in Memphis.

The Beatles debut on the Ed Sullivan Show, and congratulations from Elvis and the Colonel are read over the air. Sgt. Presley didn’t know it at the time, but his perch at the top of the pops was about to come under a “British invasion.”

Elvis and Priscilla say “I do” in a Las Vegas wedding. Daughter Lisa Marie is born exactly nine months later.

(Photo: AP)

“Elvis,” a television special that captures the singer’s first performances in front of a live audience in seven years, is aired on NBC. It earns rave reviews and becomes one of pop music’s greatest TV moments.

A four-week engagement at the International Hotel in Las Vegas breaks attendance records for the city and spawns Elvis’ first live album. He returns to the road for the first time in years with the musical extravaganza.

President Richard Nixon meets with Elvis in Washington. Former Nixon White House aide Egil “Bud” Krogh set up the meeting.

“Burning Love” hits number two on the charts, Elvis’ biggest single in years.

(Photo: AP)

Elvis and Priscilla divorce on the grounds of irreconcilable difference.

A year of heavy touring for Elvis.

Elvis dies at Graceland. The cause is listed as congestive heart failure, but later investigations show drug abuse may have been a factor. His personal physician is accused of indiscriminately giving the singer pills, but is acquitted of the charges.

(Photo: AP)

Sources: Associated Press, Hollywood.com, Elvis.com

President Obama “grossly violated the norms governing international relations,” Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman Ma Zhaoxu wrote

Friday’s fireworks, 대전출장샵 however, came early in the morning, when the Chinese government issued an angry statement deriding President Obama for spending an hour with Tibet’s exiled spiritual leader, the Dalai Lama.

President Obama “grossly violated the norms governing international relations,” Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman Ma Zhaoxu wrote. The United States must stop interfering in China’s internal affairs and make concrete actions to maintain healthy and steady growth of China-U.S. relations, he added.

While the meeting was long expected, the administration had taken considerable measures to limit its impact on China-U.S

Vice Foreign Minister Cui Tiankai summoned U.S. ambassador to China Jon Huntsman to lodge a “solemn representation” over Thursday’s meeting at the White House, the ministry said in a statement posted on its Web site.

“The behavior of the U.S. side seriously interferes in China’s internal politics and seriously hurts the national feelings of the Chinese people,” the statement said, quoting spokesman Ma Zhaoxu.

The meeting was seen as another test of rocky ties between Beijing and Washington, strained in recent weeks by issues from Taiwan arms sales to cyber spying allegations.

However, the language of the protest issued by the Foreign Ministry was relatively constrained, a reflection of the White House’s low-key treatment of the meeting with the exiled Tibetan leader and Beijing’s own desire to maintain healthy China-U.S. relations. The meeting was in the White House’s Map Room, a lower-profile venue than the Oval Office.

In his statement, Ma expressed “strong dissatisfaction and resolute opposition” to the meeting.

“The Chinese side demands that the U.S. side seriously consider China’s stance, immediately adopt measures to wipe out the baneful impact and stop conniving and supporting anti-China separatist forces that seek Tibet independence,” said the statement, posted on the ministry’s Web site.

China accuses the Dalai Lama of seeking to remove Tibet from Chinese rule and objects strongly to all contact between him and overseas leaders.

The White House said Obama told the Dalai Lama that he backs the preservation of Tibet’s culture and supports human rights for its people. He also gave encouragement to the Dalai Lama’s request for talks with the Chinese government.

While the meeting was long expected, the administration had taken considerable measures to limit its impact on China-U.S. relations. Obama had declined to see the Dalai Lama during his Washington stay in October because it would have come before the president’s November China visit.

There was no welcome fanfare on Thursday and Obama made no public comments, issuing only a brief statement through his spokesman. The White House banned reporters and TV cameras, distributing a single photo of the two leaders.

Meetings between the Dalai Lama and U.S. presidents became standard fare under former President George H.W. Bush nearly 20 years ago. But the choreography is always delicate and closely watched because of China’s sensitivities.

The meeting came at a time when U.S.-Chinese relations are particularly raw, with China warning of retaliation over the Obama administration’s approval of a multibillion-dollar arms sale to Taiwan, the self-governing democratic island that Beijing claims as its own, has raised tensions.

Disputes over trade, exchange rates, and human rights have also ratcheted up tensions, although Beijing has recently seemed to indicate through the official media that it doesn’t want to see a major crisis.

After the White House meeting, the Dalai Lama chided Beijing for taking a “childish” and “limited” approach to Tibet’s quest for greater autonomy and said Obama had been “very much supportive” of his views on human rights and 인천출장샵 the concerns of the Tibetan people.

His envoy, Lodi Gyari, said Tibetans feeling marginalized by China would get encouragement from the session.

The 75-year-old Nobel Peace Prize winner denies China’s accusations of separatism, saying he wants only for Tibetans to have a greater say over their affairs while remaining under Chinese rule. The Dalai Lama fled Tibet in 1959 and has since led a self-declared government-in-exiled in India.

China claims Tibet has been part of its territory for centuries and sent communist forces to occupy the Himalayan region in 1950. Many Tibetans say they were functionally independent for most of their history and accuse China of undermining Tibet’s unique Buddhist culture and flooding the region with Chinese migrants.

Sporadic contacts between the Dalai Lama’s envoys and Chinese officials were renewed last month after a break of more than a year. No breakthroughs were announced and China has made no firm indications of offering concessions to the Tibetan side.

The Navy had already informed shipping in the region to be on the alert

“Everyone aboard the ship has been rescued – they’ve all been accounted for,” a Navy spokeswoman said on condition of anonymity because she was not authorized to speak about the incident.

Brazil’s Navy said in a statement that a distress signal was picked up from the three-masted SV Concordia about 5 p.m. (2 p.m. EST; 1900 GMT) Thursday. It was located about 300 miles off the coast of Rio de Janeiro.

Three hours later, an Air Force plane spotted life rafts floating in the ocean where the distress beacon had come from.

The Navy had already informed shipping in the region to be on the alert.

The Navy sent its own rescue ship, but those aboard the Canadian ship were plucked from the ocean early Friday by other vessels.

The Concordia is owned by West Island College International, based in Nova Scotia.

The ship had left Brazil’s northeast on Feb. 8 and was expected to dock in Montevideo, Uruguay, on Tuesday.

The head of the school, Kate Knight, says the 64 people included 48 students in grades 11 and 12 and first-year university.

Knight said they got word yesterday morning that a distress signal had been picked up from the vessel and an air and sea search commenced.

She said everyone successfully abandoned ship and got into life-rafts, which are equipped with blankets, medical supplies and food.

She said the life-rafts were spotted from the air around eight o’clock Atlantic time last night.

As far as Knight knows, no one was suffering from any medical issues as a result of the incident.

She said she doesn’t know what caused the three-masted Concordia to sink.

The school’s Web site says the Concordia was built in 1992 and “meets all of the international requirements for safety.”

The 188-foot Class 100A1 yacht, with a gross tonnage of 413, was outfitted with 15 sails and 570 h.p. engines.

The college’s site says it gives high school and college students the chance to study various subjects while sailing the world.

Students on the 2009-10 voyage, which departed Canada in September and stopped over in Ireland, 경기도출장샵 Portugal, France, Malta, Turkey, Morocco and Senegal before heading for South America, can study marine biology and practice their ship-keeping tasks while also performing community service in various ports of call.

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Banana oat chocolate cookiesPaparazzi took pictures and videos of a puppy-toting Britney Spears steering her car into another one as she tried to turn into a spot in a Studio City parking lot. Then assessing the damage to her own car only. Then heading off to shop.

But the tale of the tape made it clear to the owner of the parked car just who it was who scraped up her silver Mercedes-Benz.

Kim Robard-Rifkin, 59, told the entertainment Web site CelebTV.com on Wednesday that nobody from Spears’ camp had contacted her about the damaged car.

“It’s sad because I was really hoping she’d step up and be a mensch, be a human being,” Robard-Rifkin said. “It was simply like my car didn’t matter to her, my inconvenience didn’t matter to her.”

Robard-Rifkin, a registered nurse, 인천출장샵 said she was “sort of amused and sort of shocked” when she learned it was Spears who hit her car, and figured she would hear from the embattled entertainer.

“There were obviously a lot of paparazzi there, and what kind of person wouldn’t realize that this (would) be on TV and she had to be responsible and contact me,” she said.

“I’m not asking for money. I’m not asking for a new car. … I simply want my car fixed, the same as I would fix somebody’s car if I had done that.”

Robard-Rifkin filed a police report on Thursday.

An e-mail to Spears’ spokeswoman at Jive Records was not immediately returned.

TALLAHASSEE, Fla

TALLAHASSEE, Fla. – A federal judge is being asked to block additional parts of a contentious Florida abortion law.

The American Civil Liberties Union of Florida filed a lawsuit late Monday on behalf of several ministers, rabbis and organizations that provide abortion counseling services to women.

The lawsuit contends that the law violates constitutional rights by requiring groups to register with the state and 대구출장샵 pay a fee if they advise or help women seek abortions. The lawsuit also challenges a provision requiring groups to tell women about alternatives to abortion.

Legislators passed the sweeping abortion measure during their 2016 session. A federal judge already blocked two parts of the law this summer, and the administration of Gov. Rick Scott didn’t appeal the decision. 

The parts of the law blocked this summer would have prevented state funds from going to organizations that provide abortions.

One part of the law required increased abortion clinic inspections.

Similar to a Texas law struck down earlier this week by the U.S. Supreme Court, the Florida law also requires doctors who perform abortions to have privileges at a nearby hospital. No challenges to that part of the law have been filed yet.

The court action this week was just a new chapter in a long-running battle over abortion in the Sunshine State. Since the GOP assumed control of the Florida Legislature two decades ago, legislators have enacted a series of bills only to see many of them overturned in the courts. The Florida Supreme Court in April suspended a 24-hour waiting period for abortions while it decides whether that law is constitutional.  

(Photo: AP) Elvis is drafted into the U.S

Only 42 years old at the time of his death, Elvis Presley lived a life long on groundbreaking musical achievements. Follow the American legend’s rise to the top.

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(Photo: AP)

Vernon Presley is sent to prison for 경기도출장샵 about a year for altering a $4 check. Elvis and his mother cannot afford to keep the house and move in with relatives.

Elvis gets his first taste of fame, winning second prize for singing “Old Shep” at the Mississippi-Alabama Fair and Dairy Show.

The future king of Rock ‘n’ Roll gets his first guitar. Elvis had asked his parents for a bicycle, but the guitar was the most they could afford.

The Presleys move to Memphis, Tenn. in search of brighter fortunes.

Fresh out of high school, 17-year-old Elvis makes his first record. He cuts two songs at the now-legendary Sun Studio, a $5 birthday gift for his mother.

Elvis returns to Sun and meets studio owner Sam Phillips. Phillips had proclaimed that if he could find a young white singer with the sound and spirit of a black man, he would make a billion dollars. He hooks Elvis up with some local musicians to record and play shows.

(Photo: AP)

Elvis signs a contract with Hank Snow Attractions. Co-owner “Colonel” Tom Parker becomes the singer’s exclusive manager.

Phillips sells Elvis’ contract and the rights to his Sun singles to RCA. He quickly becomes pop music’s biggest new star.

“Heartbreak Hotel” hits the top of the Billboard charts. The single also earns Elvis his first gold record.

Elvis signs a seven-year movie contract with Paramount Pictures. Being a movie star was one of his main ambitions.

(Photo: AP)

His hometown of Tupelo, Miss., declares “Elvis Presley Day” on the occasion of his return performance at the Mississippi-Alabama Fair and Dairy Show. This time, the National Guard has to be called in to maintain order.

(Photo: AP)

“Love Me Tender,” Elvis’ first musical movie, premieres. From 1956 to 1969, he stars in 33 feature films, most of them following nearly identical scripts, and all subject to approval by Colonel Parker.

Elvis returns to Sun and meets studio owner Sam Phillips. Phillips had proclaimed that if he could find a young white singer with the sound and spirit of a black man, he would make a billion dollars. He hooks Elvis up with some local musicians to record and play shows.

(Photo: AP)

Elvis is drafted into the U.S. Army. A throng of photographers and reporters are on hand as he gets his first G.I. haircut. Most of his military service is done in West Germany.

(Photo: AP)

Gladys Presley dies of complications from hepatitis. Elvis, who was granted emergency leave to be by her side, is devastated.

Elvis meets 14-year-old Priscilla Beaulieu at a party at his home in Germany.

(Photo: AP)

Elvis is discharged from the Army and immediately returns to recording, performing and filming movies.

(Photo: AP)

Priscilla moves into Graceland, finishing her senior year of high school in Memphis.

The Beatles debut on the Ed Sullivan Show, and congratulations from Elvis and the Colonel are read over the air. Sgt. Presley didn’t know it at the time, but his perch at the top of the pops was about to come under a “British invasion.”

Elvis and Priscilla say “I do” in a Las Vegas wedding. Daughter Lisa Marie is born exactly nine months later.

(Photo: AP)

“Elvis,” a television special that captures the singer’s first performances in front of a live audience in seven years, is aired on NBC. It earns rave reviews and becomes one of pop music’s greatest TV moments.

A four-week engagement at the International Hotel in Las Vegas breaks attendance records for the city and spawns Elvis’ first live album. He returns to the road for the first time in years with the musical extravaganza.

President Richard Nixon meets with Elvis in Washington. Former Nixon White House aide Egil “Bud” Krogh set up the meeting.

“Burning Love” hits number two on the charts, Elvis’ biggest single in years.

(Photo: AP)

Elvis and Priscilla divorce on the grounds of irreconcilable difference.

A year of heavy touring for Elvis.

Elvis dies at Graceland. The cause is listed as congestive heart failure, but later investigations show drug abuse may have been a factor. His personal physician is accused of indiscriminately giving the singer pills, but is acquitted of the charges.

(Photo: AP)

Sources: Associated Press, Hollywood.com, Elvis.com