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Lion is refuge on a tree to save his life from buffalos, watch what will happen next in the video

Lion is refuge on a tree to save his life from buffalos, watch what will happen next in the video

Viral video
We have often seen many viral videos on social media, in which many animals fall prey to the king of the jungle, the lion, but we rarely get to see such a video in which even a lion can be seen saving its life from an animal. One such video is going viral on social media in which a lion climbs a tree to save its life from a herd of wild buffaloes and what happens after that you might not have seen in any video. The video, which is going viral on social media, has been shared on a YouTube channel named 'Maasai Sightings' with the caption "A male lion that was laying down with his pride was chased off by a buffalo herd, the male lion decided to stay and fight but eventually had to take refuge on a tree." In this video, a lion is mounted on a tree and wild buffaloes are standing bel...
A David vs. Goliath story: WV Tree sitters halt construction of Mountain Valley Pipeline

A David vs. Goliath story: WV Tree sitters halt construction of Mountain Valley Pipeline

World News
The tree sitters vow to remain in their perches to fight the pipeline and “defend and protect the land and water which West Virginians and Virginians survive off of.” A group of hardy tree sitters has just won a victory against the Mountain Valley Pipeline project. For 23 days, the protesters have been perched in trees on the top of Peters Mountain in remote Monroe County, West Virginia, and lived on platforms covered by tarps to protest the MVP’s plans to cut down trees and bore a hole underneath the Appalachian Trail as part of a planned 303-mile natural gas pipeline project running through West Virginia and into Virginia. It has not been easy. It has been cold and wet for much of the last few weeks in the area. To make matters worse, more snow is expected this week, bringing ...
Making Saathiya 2 is not possible now: Vivek

Making Saathiya 2 is not possible now: Vivek

Entertainment
There are some films in the career of stars, which prove to be turning points for them. For actor Vivek Oberoi, that film has been Saathiya. This film established him as a romantic hero. Actually, Vivek started his career with a negative role. In such a situation, this film showed him from a new perspective. Recently this film has completed 20 years of its release. These days Vivek has gone to Nepal to celebrate the New Year holidays. In response to a question regarding Saathiya 2 while coming on Instagram Live, Vivek said that making Saathiya 2 will not be easy now. I would definitely like to make a sequel or a remake, but that is not possible now. I have many memories attached to this film. It was a matter of time when I was shooting the films Company and Saathiya together. Didn't...
Singham Again will be 10 times bigger than Sooryavanshi: Rohit Shetty

Singham Again will be 10 times bigger than Sooryavanshi: Rohit Shetty

Entertainment
Rohit Shetty, famous for making franchise films, has announced the third film of his Singham franchise. Nine years after the 2014 release Singham Returns, Rohit's film will once again feature Ajay Devgan in the lead. After Singham Returns, he made guest appearances as Bajirao Singham in Rohit's Sooryavanshi and Simmba. Regarding Singham Again, Rohit told in an interview, 'The script of this film is well made. The larger than life film Sooryavanshi was made on a different level. Singham Again will be 10 times bigger than that. There are many characters in the film. I narrated its story to Ajay. The story will give you goosebumps. I am looking forward to start shooting for this film. Rohit has already told that Simmba's character will also make a guest appearance in the film. Means Ra...
I’ve been following a strict diet for years: John Abraham

I’ve been following a strict diet for years: John Abraham

Entertainment
Work and personal life, discipline has a different importance everywhere. Actor John Abraham, who is famous for his fitness in Hindi cinema, also understands this very well. Regarding this, he says, 'In the last few years, it has been my constant effort not to break the sequence of my diet and exercise, because discipline only leads a person to success. That shows our dedication towards work. I have been following a strict diet for almost 20 years. From giving up sweets, fried foods, cold drinks, getting proper sleep and regular yoga exercises related to fitness, I try to follow everything regularly. John is recently associated with Sony Sports channel as the promoter of WWE (World Wrestling Entertainment) game. Regarding his attachment to sports, Jaan says, 'I have been very intere...
Ron Johnson pushes FBI ‘secret society’ conspiracy theory

Ron Johnson pushes FBI ‘secret society’ conspiracy theory

World News
U.S. Sen. Ron Johnson (R–Wis.) has proven himself a gullible person who immediately believes a bogus conspiracy theory rather than gathering the facts beforehand. The idea that a secret society has infiltrated the FBI is the stuff of fantasy. But a joke between two individuals who worked within the FBI caused Johnson to panic…unnecessarily. Text messages between two FBI agents, Peter Strzok and Lisa Page, referenced “the first meeting of the secret society” as part of a discussion during and after the 2016 presidential election. Fox News and other conservative media outlets latched onto the idea of an FBI “secret society” attempting to undermine Trump. For his part, Johnson pushed the idea forward in Washington. But the truth of the matter is, the text message was a joke — whi...
Paul Nehlen, a WI congressional candidate, went on an anti-Semitic Twitter rampage

Paul Nehlen, a WI congressional candidate, went on an anti-Semitic Twitter rampage

World News
Paul Nehlen is running a primary campaign against Republican Speaker of the House Paul Ryan, who represents the 1st Congressional District in Wisconsin. Ordinarily, such a challenge might make Democrats excited about a possible split in the Republican vote — but nobody should be excited about the hate Nehlen is propagating through his campaign. Nehlen has made bigoted statements in the past, and many news outlets, including 50 States of Blue, have reported on them. But the negative attention his campaign has recently garnered apparently hit a nerve, because on Tuesday he decided to hit back at those who have been critical of his candidacy — especially his Jewish critics. Nehlen released a list of Twitter users, mostly journalists, who he said “attacked” his “#AmericaFirst positio...
Is a crowded primary a dangerous thing for Wisconsin Democrats? Not necessarily.

Is a crowded primary a dangerous thing for Wisconsin Democrats? Not necessarily.

World News
How many Democrats are vying for the chance to take on Republican Gov. Scott Walker this November? The list seems like it’s constantly growing, and with at least a dozen serious contenders hoping to win the party’s nomination, listing them off would require several hundred words. To learn more about the candidates, I suggest you read my reporting on a recent candidate forum that took place in Menasha, Wisconsin in mid-January. But this story will focus on a question I’ve been trying to figure out for some time now: Is a primary field with this many candidates a good thing for the Democratic Party? There are two schools of thought here. Some political analysts argue that any primary challenger limits the focus of the eventual nominee, making it more difficult for them to emphasize...
Dem opponents blast Paul Ryan for the $1.50 tweet he deleted

Dem opponents blast Paul Ryan for the $1.50 tweet he deleted

World News
The tax bill that President Donald Trump signed in December doesn’t do much for the average person. But that didn’t stop Republican Speaker of the House Paul Ryan, who represents Wisconsin’s 1st Congressional District, from trying to pretend that it does. Ryan tweeted that a school administrator he met was “pleasantly surprised her pay went up $1.50 a week,” which would “more than cover her Costco membership for the year.” The tweet may have sounded like an Onion article parodying just how little money the average person got from the $1.5 trillion tax bill, but Ryan meant it sincerely. After being ridiculed to no end on Twitter, the Ryan campaign deleted the tweet — which also didn’t go unnoticed. Paul Ryan does not want you to see this tweet. But it is a very important tweet...
Companies laying off workers are still eligible for big Wisconsin tax credits

Companies laying off workers are still eligible for big Wisconsin tax credits

World News
With 600 workers set to lose their jobs in the Fox River Valley area of Wisconsin (the result of layoffs announced by Kimberly-Clark last month), you might think that the company responsible for those jobs losses would be ineligible for tax credits meant to spur job creation. If you thought that, you would be wrong. According to the Wisconsin Budget Project — a nonpartisan, nonprofit organization “engaged in analysis and education on state budget and tax issues” — Kimberly-Clark is still eligible for a deduction called the Manufacturing and Agriculture Credit, which “nearly eliminates the requirement for manufacturers to pay state income taxes.” That’s because there is no requirement that a company be able to credit a single job in order to qualify for the exemption. Gov. S...