February 23, 2015

Oscars 2015: "Birdman" wins best picture

Oscars 2015: "Birdman" wins best picture



Last Updated Feb 22, 2015 12:05 AM EST
"Birdman" soared away with the top prize at Sunday's Oscars, winning best picture on a night when Hollywood spread its awards around at a show heavy on song-and-dance, occasionally lacking in clothes and punctuated by passionate stands for equality.
All eight of the best-picture nominees took awards at the Dolby Theatre on Sunday: Wes Anderson's "The Grand Budapest Hotel" for its hand-made craft; "Whiplash" for its pulsating pacing and J.K. Simmons' drill-sergeant jazz instructor; "Birdman" for its elegant cinematography, original screenplay and director; "The Imitation Game" for adapted screenplay; "Boyhood" for Patricia Arquette's moving mother; "The Theory of Everything" for its leading actor Eddie Redmayne; "American Sniper" for its war film sound editing; and "Selma" for Common and John Legend's best song.
Host Neil Patrick Harris kicked off the 87th Academy Awards with a chipper tone that sought to celebrate Hollywood, while also slyly parodying it.
"Tonight we honor Hollywood's best and whitest -- I mean brightest," said Harris, referencing the ceremony's much-discussed lack of diversity.
Harris' opening quickly segued into a "Moving Pictures" song-and-dance routine that celebrated a love for movies, complete with dancing Peter Pan-style shadows, classic movie scenes, a Cinderella-style cameo from Anna Kendrick and a villain to his sunny outlook in Jack Black -- who jumped on stage to counter that Hollywood wasn't so fabulous, making movies "opening with lots of zeroes, all we get is superheroes."
"After 'Fifty Shades of Grey,'" Black added, referring to this weekend's top box office draw, "they'll all have leather whips."
The night's first Oscar went to Simmons, a career character actor widely acclaimed for one of his biggest parts: a drill sergeant of a jazz band instructor in the indie "Whiplash." Simmons fittingly accepted his supporting acting Oscar with some straightforward advice.
"If I may, call your mom, everybody," said Simmons. "Call your mom, call your dad. If you're lucky enough to have a parent or two alive on this planet, call 'em. Don't text. Don't email. Call them on the phone. Tell 'em you love 'em, and thank them, and listen to them for as long as they want to talk to you."
Patricia Arquette accepted the supporting actress Oscar for her role as the mother in Richard Linklater's 12-years-in-the-making "Boyhood," and delivered a passionate speech calling for wage equality and equal rights for women that had Meryl Streep and Jennifer Lopez among those cheering in the audience.
"To every woman who gave birth, to every taxpayer and citizen of this nation," said Arquette. "We have fought for everybody else's equal rights. It's our time to have wage equality once for all. And equal rights for women in the United States of America."
Tears streamed down the face of David Oyelowo, who played the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. in "Selma" and was famously left out of the best actor nominees, during the rousing performance of the song "Glory" from the film. Immediately afterward, Common and Legend accepted the best song Oscar with a speech that drew a standing ovation.
"We say that 'Selma' is now because the struggle for justice is right now," said Legend. He noted that the Voting Rights Act, whose passage is chronicled in "Selma," has been drastically scaled down in recent years.
"The Grand Budapest Hotel," a European caper released back around last year's Academy Awards, appeared headed to becoming the night's unlikely leader in trophies. It won for production design, score, costume design and makeup and styling.
"Wes, you genius," said score winner Alexandre Desplat. "This is good."
Most of Sunday's early awards went as expected, though Disney's "Big Hero 6" pulled off something of an upset in the best animated feature category, besting DreamWorks' favored "How to Train Your Dragon 2."
The Mexican cinematographer Emmanuel "Chivo" Lubezki became the first to win best cinematography twice in a row. After last year winning for the lengthy shots of the space adventure "Gravity," he won for the stretched out takes of Alejandro Gonzalez Inarritu's "Birdman."
"It sounds like a nightmare," Lubezki said backstage, recalling on his first impression of Inarritu's plans to shoot it as if in one shot. "There was no book on it. It was like an experiment."
The black-and-white Polish film "Ida" took best foreign language film, marking the first such win for Poland despite a rich cinema history. Director Pawel Pawlikowski charmed the audience with a bemused acceptance speech that ran drastically over his allotted time.
Pawlikowski remarked on having made a quiet film of contemplation about withdrawing from the world, "and here we are at the epicenter of noise and attention. It's fantastic. Life is full of surprises."
Several of this year's biggest box-office hit nominees -- Clint Eastwood's Iraq war drama "American Sniper" and Christopher Nolan's sci-fi epic "Interstellar" -- had to settle for single wins in technical categories. "Interstellar" won for visual effects, while "American Sniper" -- far and away the most widely seen of the mostly independent best-picture nominee -- took the best sound editing award.
The Edward Snowden documentary "Citizenfour," in which Laura Poitras captured Snowden in the midst of leaking National Security Agency documents, won best documentary.
"The disclosures that Edward Snowden reveals don't only expose a threat to our privacy but to our democracy itself," said Poitras, accepting the Oscar. "When the most important decisions being made affecting all of us are made in secret, we lose our ability to check the powers that control."
Harris, a frequent Tony Awards host, struck a chipper tone, while slyly mocking the Oscars or doing his own version of Michael Keaton's half-naked scene in "Birdman."
The $160,000 gift bags for attendees, Harris said, came with "an armored car ride to safety when the revolution comes." The performance by Andy Samberg's Lonely Island of the Oscar-nominated song "Everything Is Awesome" from "The Lego Movie," let some live out their Oscar dreams, handing out golden Lego statuettes to Oprah Winfrey and Steve Carell.
Another of the evening's musical highlights: A tribute to "The Sound of Music" performed by Lady Gaga, featuring a surprise appearance by Julie Andrews.
Increasingly, ratings are driven by moments that spark social media frenzy, like when John Travolta famously mispronounced the name of singer Idina Menzel as "Adele Dazeem" at last year's show. Sunday night, she had her chance at revenge -- introducing him to the stage as "Glom Gozingo."

February 21, 2015

US Government launches website that helps illegal immigrants apply for ‘deferred action’

Government launches website that helps illegal immigrants apply for ‘deferred action’


U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services on Monday announced a new website aimed at helping people with immigration questions, including illegal immigrants trying to apply for deferred action under policy changes offered by President Barack Obama.
USCIS rolled out the “MyUSCIS” website, which can be found at my.uscis.gov. Among other things, the site helps illegal immigrants who want to apply for Obama’s Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program, or DACA.



People recite the oath of allegiance during a naturalization ceremony administered by the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS). The agency has a new website that, among other things, helps illegal immigrants apply for protected status. Image: AP Photo/Lynne Sladky



The site notes the $465 filing fee, and provides several forms that illegal immigrants must fill out in order to apply. It also includes forms people may need to reapply under the program.



Under the current DACA program, younger illegal immigrants can apply for deferred deportation action — they must have been under age 31 as of June 15, 2012, and must have resided in the U.S. since June 15, 2007.
Obama expanded the program in November, to include anyone in the United States since 2010. That rule change is expected to be implemented in the coming weeks, but for now, MyUSCIS reflects the older guidance.
Obama also created a new program in November called Deferred Action for Parental Accountability, which will allow parents of citizens and lawful residents to gain legal protection while in the United States, and seek out work permits.
The so-called DACA program is expected to be implemented later this year, and the MyUSCIS site will presumably have information on it then.
The new site also includes buttons for U.S. citizens who want to help relatives get a green card, and non-citizens who want to get green cards or work in the United States.

February 13, 2015

President Obama made a BuzzFeed video: Obama funny with a selfie stick :)

President Obama made a BuzzFeed video: Things Everybody Does But Doesn't Talk About
How did we get Obama to use a selfie stick? Oh, because he wants you to go to https://www.healthcare.gov/.



President Obama made a BuzzFeed video: Things Everybody Does But Doesn't Talk About
How did we get Obama to use a selfie stick? Oh, because he wants you to go to https://www.healthcare.gov/.

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February 8, 2015

USA REAL ESTATE : Miami Top Market as Foreign Buyers Invest a Record-Setting $92 Billion in US Housing

Miami Top Market as Foreign Buyers Invest a Record-Setting $92 Billion in US Housing 




According to the National Association of Realtors' 2014 Profile of International Home Buying Activity Report, favorable exchange rates, affordable home prices and rising affluence abroad continue to drive international buyers to the U.S. to purchase properties and make real estate investments.

For the period April 2013 through March 2014, total international sales have been estimated at a record-setting $92.2 billion, an increase from the previous period's level of $68.2 billion.

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"We live in an international marketplace; so while all real estate is local, that does not mean that all property buyers are," said NAR President Steve Brown. "Foreign buyers are being enticed to U.S. real estate because of what they recognize as attractive prices, economic stability, and an incredible opportunity for investment in their future."

International buyers and recent immigrants purchased homes throughout the country, but four states accounted for 55 percent of the total reported purchases - Florida, California, Arizona, and Texas. Florida remains the destination of choice, claiming a 23 percent share of all foreign purchases. California comes in second with 14 percent, Texas with 12 percent and Arizona with 6 percent. According to Realtor.com, the top five cities searched online by international buyers in 2014 were Los Angeles, Miami, Las Vegas, Orlando and New York City.

Foreign buyers take many factors into consideration when deciding where to purchase abroad, such as proximity to their home country, the presence of relatives and friends, job and educational opportunities, and climate and location. European buyers are generally attracted to states with warmer climates such as Florida and Arizona while the West Coast tends to attract Asian purchasers. Indian buyers tend to gravitate towards states that are home to large information technology companies, such as California, New York and North Carolina. Within markets in an individual state, it is not unusual to find concentrations of people grouped by nationality, possibly indicating that word-of-mouth and shared experiences influence purchases.

Twenty-eight percent of Realtors reported working with international clients this year. International sales tend to be handled by specialists and only 4 percent of those who reported having an international client saw 11 or more international transactions in a year.  Of those who reported having an international client, approximately 54 percent reported that international transactions accounted for 1to 10 percent of their total transactions, a decrease from 2013 but still in line with past years' levels.

International buyers are more likely to make all-cash purchases when compared to domestic buyers. In 2014, nearly 60 percent of reported international transactions were all cash, compared to only one-third of domestic purchases. Mortgage financing tends to be a major problem for international clients due to a lack of a U.S. based credit history, lack of a Social Security number, difficulties in documenting mortgage requirements and financial profiles that differ from those normally received by financial institutions from domestic residents.

Most homes purchased by foreign buyers, about 42 percent, are used as a primary residence. Non-resident foreigners are limited to 6-month stays in the U.S., so these buyers largely use the property for vacation or rental purposes or as an investment. Approximately 65 percent of purchases involved a single-family home. Nearly half of international clients preferred properties in a suburban area, about a quarter preferred a central city or urban area, and about 13 percent choose to purchase in a resort area.

International buyers come from all over the world, but Canada, China (The People's Republic of China, Hong Kong and Taiwan), Mexico, India and the U.K. accounted for approximately 54 percent of all reported international transactions. Canada maintained the largest share of purchases, dropping from 23 percent in 2013 to 19 percent in 2014; however, China held the lead in dollar volume, purchasing an estimated $22 billion with an average sale cost of $590,826. China was also the fasting growing source of transactions, now accounting for 16 percent of all purchases, up 4 percent from last year. Mexico ranked third with 9 percent of sales and India and the U.K. both accounted for 5 percent.



February 5, 2015

The END of US visa waiver program in US ?

Legislators seek to tighten security of visa waiver program amid threats in Europe












The recent terrorist attacks in Paris are prompting bipartisan legislative efforts to tighten the security of a program that allows millions of foreigners, mostly from Europe, to travel to the United States without visas.
The visa waiver program, begun in the mid-1980s to spur tourism and business travel, includes 38 countries. Citizens from those nations can enter the United States and remain for as long as 90 days, bypassing the in-person interview at a U.S. consulate abroad traditionally required for a visa, but the travelers are still screened in a variety of ways.
Conceived in a previous era when citizens of traditional European allies were not viewed as threats, the program first raised flags after the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks. Convicted 9/11 plotter Zacarias Moussaoui, a French national, boarded a flight to the United States visa-free, as did foiled “shoe bomber” Richard Reid, a British national. The administration of President George W. Bush responded by tightening security provisions.
But the recent attacks that killed 17 people in France, combined with the influx of foreign fighters into Syria to join the Islamic State and other groups, is triggering heightened concern. With at least 3,000 of those fighters coming from Europe, including an estimated 1,000 from France, some U.S. lawmakers fear that radicalized Europeans could return home, fly to the United States without visas and carry out attacks here.
Sen. Dianne Feinstein (D-Calif.), a leading Senate voice on national security, plans to introduce legislation to strengthen the program’s security. Her office would not provide details.
“There’s no question in my mind that the Visa Waiver Program is a weak link in our efforts to keep violent extremists out of our country and needs to be tightened up,’’ she said in a statement issued to The Washington Post.
In the House, Homeland Security Committee Chairman Michael McCaul (R-Tex.) has voiced similar concerns and recently co-sponsored legislation that would require the Department of Homeland Security — which administers the visa waiver program — to consider additional steps to better screen travelers. McCaul’s committee is investigating the program as part of a broad probe into whether the Obama administration has done enough to stop the flow of foreign fighters.
Few on Capitol Hill are calling for the elimination of the visa-free travel that brings nearly 20 million people to the United States annually — 40 percent of all overseas visitors — amid wide agreement that the visa waiver program facilitates tourism and trade worth millions of dollars to the U.S. economy. And the program also has an unusual bipartisan group of defenders: Not only does the Obama DHS strongly back it, so do top DHS officials from the Bush years.
“I’m not a softie on terrorism, but Senator Feinstein is really missing the security measures we built into the program,’’ said Stewart A. Baker, a former DHS assistant secretary for policy in the Bush administration.
‘Constantly’ evaluated
Baker recently co-wrote a report arguing that visa waivers make Americans more secure, citing requirements that participating countries share information with U.S. authorities about their known or suspected terrorists and criminals, which can then be cross-checked against other databases and used to stop people from traveling to the United States. Proponents of visa waivers also say the traditional visa system is not foolproof, pointing out that the Sept. 11 hijackers entered the United States with visas.
Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson told Feinstein in a letter in December that he is “firmly committed” to the program, and DHS spokeswoman Marsha Catron said the agency is “constantly” evaluating it, including reviewing the potential threat from foreign fighters. Since 2008, she said, U.S. Customs and Border Protection, which is part of DHS, has denied more than 26,000 online applications for visa waivers, some because the applicants were on terrorism watch lists.
The Visa Waiver Pilot Program was established in 1986 as part of comprehensive immigration reform legislation. The goal, proponents recalled, was to stimulate trade and tourism. Most participating countries were European, in part because they were considered to pose less of a security threat than other nations but also because their citizens tended to be wealthier. U.S. officials thought lower-income foreigners would be more likely to exceed the 90-day maximum stay to flee economic difficulties at home.
With the number of countries growing, Congress made the program permanent in 2000. A variety of security measures were added after Sept. 11, especially in 2007, when the law implementing the recommendations of the 9/11 Commission required visa waiver countries to share information with U.S. authorities on their citizens and nationals, including on known and suspected terrorists.
Today, 30 of the 38 visa waiver countries are European, along with a smattering of traditional U.S. allies such as Australia, Japan and South Korea. To travel to the United States visa-free, citizens or nationals of those countries must apply through an online system that requires them to provide biographical information such as their names and passport numbers. If the online system declares them eligible, they can board planes but still must be cleared by customs and immigration when they arrive in the United States. Participating countries allow similar visa-free travel for U.S. citizens.
The process differs from what some on Capitol Hill consider the more rigorous screening for people from other nations, who must submit more information to U.S. officials and, in most cases, be interviewed in person at U.S. consulates before getting visas for travel.
With heightened anxiety across Europe about the threat from radical Islamist groups and the influx of fighters into Syria, “we do indeed believe there is a vulnerability to the United States,’’ said a House Republican aide, who spoke on the condition of anonymity to describe internal deliberations. The aide said the process of granting visas to people from non-waiver nations is “very thorough,’’ in contrast to the visa waiver program, which collects only a limited amount of information about travelers.
Feinstein agreed, saying that unless a traveler is already known or suspected to be a terrorist, “the process to secure a visa waiver and travel to the United States is relatively simple.’’
The Obama administration has acknowledged the potential threat from Islamic State-trained fighters going home to Europe and then targeting the United States. “Of particular concern are Western passport holders,’’ Lisa Monaco, assistant to the president for homeland security and counterterrorism, said in a September briefing for reporters.
Citing in particular French and British citizens, she said they constitute “a very potent mixture, and pose a potential threat, if left unchecked, to the homeland.”
Mitigating the danger
But current and former DHS officials, while not denying a potential threat, said the security measures imposed starting in 2007 have substantially reduced the threat while maintaining the program’s economic benefits.
Catron, the DHS spokeswoman, said the visa waiver program’s online application — known as the Electronic System for Travel Authorization — “has been an important security and vetting tool” that has allowed DHS to deny travel to some applicants, including more than 22,000 who used lost or stolen passports.
In November, DHS created additional data fields in the system, including more passport information and other names or aliases the travelers may have used. The agency is considering additional security enhancements.
Under the program, DHS is also sent electronic passenger manifests from airlines and commercial vessels traveling to the United States. Customs inspectors check them against a variety of security databases and the information provided by the travelers’ home countries, a process described as thorough by current and former officials.
Nathan A. Sales, a Syracuse University law professor and senior DHS official in the Bush administration, said he thinks Feinstein is “100 percent right about the threat. Absolutely we face and have faced for years a very significant threat from radicalized populations in Western Europe.”
“But the solution is not to kill the program, and the solution is not to go back to the old visa-based system of screening passengers,’’ he said. “The solution is to strengthen the security features of the program.’’

February 4, 2015

Pentagon picks new Air Force One plane - Video - Air Force picks Boeing 747-8 to replace Air Force One

Pentagon picks new Air Force One plane

Pentagon picks new Air Force One plane



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Pentagon picks new Air Force One plane - CNN.com

Washington (CNN)The Pentagon has chosen Boeing's 747-8 to replace the two aging planes that serve as the President's Air Force One fleet.
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Air Force Secretary Deborah Lee James said in a statement that the plane, one of Boeing's largest, is the only aircraft "manufactured in the United States [that] when fully missionized meets the necessary capabilities established to execute the presidential support mission, while reflecting the office of the President of the United States of America consistent with the national public interest."
It will undertake the modifications necessary to make the plane ready for presidential flights, including the addition of sophisticated communication equipment and living quarters for the President and his staff.
The plane itself is a rarity — declining demand for the 747-8 has slowed its production to just 1.5 planes per month, according to Bloomberg.
The two Boeing 747-200 planes that the President currently uses will reach the end of their 30-year service life in 2017, and according to The Wall Street Journal, the U.S. Air Force has set aside $1.65 billion between 2015 and 2019 for two replacement jets.
James said that "parts obsolescence, diminishing manufacturing sources and increased down times for maintenance" are all persistent issues that contribute to the need for a new fleet.

February 1, 2015

Watch The 2015 Super Bowl Commercials And Vote For Your Fave - All Videos!

Watch The 2015 Super Bowl Commercials And Vote For Your Fave





Advertisers are back in the Big Game, taking advantage of the giant platform for brand exposure that is the Super Bowl. Never mind that they’re paying more than $4 million for a 30-second spot; the broadcast still garners the biggest audience for a single program—making it worth every penny to most marketers.
Here’s a roundup of the ads you’ll see in Sunday’s game. We’ll keep updating as new ads are released before and during the game. Vote for your favorite in Comments, and we’ll report the results on Friday, Feb. 6.
Avocados from Mexico: “#FirstDraftEver”

Anheuser-Busch InBev : “Lost Dog” (Puppy)

BMW: “Newfangled Idea”

Carl’s Jr: “Au Naturel”
Kia: “The Perfect Getaway”
Mophie: “All-Powerless”
Priceline: “A Guy”
Snickers: “The Brady Bunch”

SquareSpace: “Cliff”
Toyota: “How Great Am I?”

T-Mobile: “Save The Data”

Wix.com: “#ItsThatEasy Big Game Campaign”



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