A porn movie broadcast has been streamed through a municipality loudspeaker in one of the most populated neighborhoods of the Black Seaprovince of Kastamonu, in what the local mayor described as an “unmoral provocation,” Doğan News Agency has reported.

One local witness in the Kuzeykent neighborhood recorded 51 seconds of footage of the porn broadcasted from the loudspeaker at around 1:00 a.m. with a mobile phone and it immediately circulated on social media. hurriyetdailynews.com
The Russian distributors have given Power Rangers an 18+ rating after criticism from several anti-gay legislators who complained about the film’s inclusion of a LGBT character.

Milonov singled out the film’s director Dean Israelite and compared the film to fascist ideology. “If fascist ideology is banned in our country, then [movies by] the likes of Dean Israelite should be banned first thing,” he said, according to the Hollywood Reporter.

Another legislator, Alexei Zhuravlev, said the film amounted to “gay propaganda” while speaking on conservative television network Tsargrad, and criticised staff at the culture ministry for not being stricter on the film.

The budget released today by President Donald Trump's administration makes clear that he assigns no value to the human cost of his policy choices.

As his framing message suggests, "To keep Americans safe, we have made tough choices that have been put off for too long. " Choices, he says, made in the interest of fiscal responsibility. Fiscal responsibility is a good idea but not when the result is morally bankrupt.

The egregiousness of the cuts he proposes can best be understood through the impact they would have on the access that millions of people would have to such a basic need: food. Here are the 10 worst cuts in Trump's "skinny budget." cnn.com
t's one of Christianity's holiest sites -- the burial chamber where Jesus Christ is believed to have been entombed. Now following nine months of meticulous restoration, it's reopened to the devoted.

Situated in the heart of the Christian quarter in Jerusalem's Old City, much-needed repairs were conducted to the Edicule, a small limestone and marble structure built on the site identified in the 4th century as Jesus' final resting place following his crucifixion.

The ambitious project was overseen by the World Monuments Fund (WMF) while Antonia Moropoulou of the National Technical University of Athens led an interdisciplinary team of specialists and masons who carried out the work.

It was unveiled to the public on Wednesday. cnn.com
El Chapo may be gone from Mexico, but tunnel-aided escapes by inmates are alive and well.

On Wednesday, 29 suspected drug cartel members used a 120-foot tunnel to escape from a state prison in the northern Mexico border state of Tamaulipas, authorities said.

One of the inmates, who escaped close to midnight, shot to death a passing motorist in an apparent carjacking in the state capital, Ciudad Victoria.

The Tamaulipas state security spokesman Luis Alberto Rodriguez said 12 of the 29 have been recaptured.

Ciudad Victoria has been dominated for years by the fragmented Zetas cartel. fox10phoenix.com
During his presidential campaign, Donald J. Trump repeatedly hailed the Keystone XL pipeline as a vital jobs program and one that sharply contrasted his vision for the economy with that of Hillary Clinton.

“Today we begin to make things right,” President Trump said Friday morning shortly after the State Department granted the pipeline giant TransCanada a permit for Keystone construction, a reversal of Obama administration policy.

The pipeline would link oil producers in Canada and North Dakota with refiners and export terminals on the Gulf Coast. It has long been an object of contention, with environmentalists saying it would contribute to climate change and the project’s proponents — Republicans, some labor unions and the oil industry — contending that it would help guarantee national energy security for decades to come.

When President Barack Obama rejected the project in late 2015, he said it would undermine American leadership in curbing reliance on carbon fuels. nytimes.com
Jake Gyllenhaal keeps his friends close, and his non-friends even closer.

The Life star appeared on Late Night With Seth Meyers Thursday and joked with the host that he and co-star Ryan Reynolds didn't form any sort of bond while working together. (Spoiler alert: They're in a newly formed bromance, even though he wouldn't use that term). When Gyllenhaal finally copped to being close with Reynolds, even going so far as to admit he has his phone number, Seth Meyers challenged him to call the Deadpool star.

So he did, but he took it one step further by opting to FaceTime his pal. Unfortunately, Reynolds didn't pick up the phone. "Put [your phone] away so we can cut around this," Meyers joked of the phone call fail.  eonline.com