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Yes, you count, too! We’re Ryan J. Suto and Suher Adi with the YallaCountMeIn (national Arab American Get out the Count) campaign to discuss everything related to the 2020 Census, Ask Us Anything!

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We are 2/3 of Arab American Institute’s Policy Team! Ryan J. Suto is AAI’s in house Policy Counsel. Suher is regarded as the “Arab American Census Guru” for her work on all things 2020 Census but she prefers to go by Suher. She has been running the Yalla Count Me In campaign, the national Arab American Get-Out-The-Count effort aimed at encouraging Arab Americans to participate in the 2020 Census. Arab Americans are designated as a Hard to Count community. That is to say that Arab Americans are severely undercounted. The Census Bureau estimated that in 2017 there were 2.2 million Arab Americans in the United States whereas AAI’s research finds that number to be around double at 3.7 million. AAI along with other Ancestry Working Group members advocated for the inclusion for the Middle Eastern North African (MENA) category as option for the race & ethnicity portion of the questionnaire. In 2018 the Office of Management and Budget in the Trump White House decided they would not pursue the MENA category. AAI has ongoing litigation with the Office of Management and Budget surrounding the decision to not add a Middle Eastern or North African (MENA) category to the 2020 census, and filed an amicus brief in the Supreme Court’s citizenship question case. The organizations work on the Census began in the late 1980’s as an official partner with the Census Bureau. Since 2001, AAI has served as a Census Information Center partner charged with data dissemination and aggregation on Arab Americans.

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Gwen Stefani says Blake Shelton relationship got her over her divorce from Gavin Rossdale

Gwen Stefani says that she’s spent the last four years with Blake Shelton getting over her ex, Gavin Rossdale.

The former “No Doubt” singer is featured on the November cover of Shape magazine, where she opened up about her relationship with the country singer, whom she began dating in 2015 after her high-profile split from Rossdale.

“I feel as if I spent the last four years healing—you know, trying to build my life again,” she told the outlet. “Having a best friend like Blake to help me do that has been one of the greatest gifts.”

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Singer Gwen Stefani (L) and recording artist Blake Shelton attend the grand opening of the “Gwen Stefani – Just a Girl” residency at Planet Hollywood Resort and Casino. (Getty)

Shelton and Stefani got together when they were both coaches on “The Voice” in Season 9. At the time, she was divorcing her husband of more than a decade and he was divorcing his wife of four years, Miranda Lambert. Since then, the duo has been inseparable, with Shelton even taking on responsibilities with her three kids, Kingston, 13, Apollo, 5, and Zuma, 11.

They’re currently working on “The Voice” Season 17 together in addition to Stefani’s many other duties.

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Singer Gavin Rossdale arrives at the 2010 American Music Awards in Los Angeles November 21, 2010. (Reuters)

“Balance is the hardest thing, but it’s also the most important—being with my family, having time with Blake where we just watch movies,” she explained. “It seems like, with your career, you have to keep swimming, keep moving, or else you’re going to look back and go, ‘Shoot, it’s over.’ I don’t like feeling like that. I want to do creative things when I want, and I want to stop chasing all the time. It’s hard, but I’m really enjoying being in the moment.”

Stefani made a big move toward balancing her workload this week when she announced she will not return as a coach for Season 18 of the hit reality competition.

The news comes after Nick Jonas was revealed to be a new coach on the singing competition series. He joins Shelton, John Legend and Kelly Clarkson.

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Instead, Stefani, 50, will focus on the final dates of her “Just a Girl” Las Vegas residency at Planet Hollywood’s Zappos Theater in February and May 2020.

Fox News’ Sasha Savitsky contributed to this report.

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Yes, you count, too! We’re Ryan J. Suto and Suher Adi with the YallaCountMeIn (national Arab American Get out the Count) campaign to discuss everything related to the 2020 Census, Ask Us Anything!

Westlake Legal Group WtorPiqDEXi4Qbp-ICHiXalAGK6Fi5SFc2wugcnynyM Yes, you count, too! We’re Ryan J. Suto and Suher Adi with the YallaCountMeIn (national Arab American Get out the Count) campaign to discuss everything related to the 2020 Census, Ask Us Anything! r/politics

We are 2/3 of Arab American Institute’s Policy Team! Ryan J. Suto is AAI’s in house Policy Counsel. Suher is regarded as the “Arab American Census Guru” for her work on all things 2020 Census but she prefers to go by Suher. She has been running the Yalla Count Me In campaign, the national Arab American Get-Out-The-Count effort aimed at encouraging Arab Americans to participate in the 2020 Census. Arab Americans are designated as a Hard to Count community. That is to say that Arab Americans are severely undercounted. The Census Bureau estimated that in 2017 there were 2.2 million Arab Americans in the United States whereas AAI’s research finds that number to be around double at 3.7 million. AAI along with other Ancestry Working Group members advocated for the inclusion for the Middle Eastern North African (MENA) category as option for the race & ethnicity portion of the questionnaire. In 2018 the Office of Management and Budget in the Trump White House decided they would not pursue the MENA category. AAI has ongoing litigation with the Office of Management and Budget surrounding the decision to not add a Middle Eastern or North African (MENA) category to the 2020 census, and filed an amicus brief in the Supreme Court’s citizenship question case. The organizations work on the Census began in the late 1980’s as an official partner with the Census Bureau. Since 2001, AAI has served as a Census Information Center partner charged with data dissemination and aggregation on Arab Americans.

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Rihanna declined Super Bowl performance in support of Colin Kaepernick: ‘I just couldn’t be a sellout’

Rihanna is confirming those reports that she declined an offer to perform during the 2019 Super Bowl halftime show.

In an interview with Vogue, the magazine’s November cover star was asked if she said no to the gig “in solidarity” with Colin Kaepernick, the former NFL quarterback who was the first player to protest police brutality and social inequality during the national anthem, when he chose to sit and later kneel in the beginning of the 2016 season while the anthem played.

“Absolutely,” she told the outlet. “I couldn’t dare do that. For what? Who gains from that? Not my people. I just couldn’t be a sellout. I couldn’t be an enabler.

“There’s things within that organization that I do not agree with at all,” she continued, “and I was not about to go and be of service to them in any way.”

USA TODAY has reached out to the NFL via the Sports Network, Kaepernick and Pepsi, the official sponsor of the performance.

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During her sit-down with the magazine, the 31-year-old Barbadian songstress also discussed new music. 

“I have been trying to get back into the studio,” she said. “It’s not like I can lock myself in for an extended amount of time, like I had the luxury of doing before. I know I have some very unhappy fans who don’t understand the inside bits of how it works.”

She described her next album as “reggae-inspired or reggae-infused.” 

“It’s not gonna be typical of what you know as reggae. But you’re going to feel the elements in all of the tracks,” she said, adding that the genre is “in my blood.

“It doesn’t matter how far or long removed I am from that culture, or my environment that I grew up in; it never leaves. It’s always the same high,” she said. “Even though I’ve explored other genres of music, it was time to go back to something that I haven’t really homed in on completely for a body of work.”

Rihanna didn’t say when the new album would be released. 

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Monster truck? Police find T-Rex in back of van

Police officers carrying out a routine vehicle check were stunned when they opened the back of a lorry – and found a giant Tyrannosaurus Rex.

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Road cops from Thames Valley [U.K] Police were stunned when they discovered the giant dinosaur model in the back of the box van. The scary model looked ready to pounce as its oversized head poked outwards with its orange eyes and jagged teeth.

After recovering from the shock encounter, the officer posted a picture of their discovery on social media on Friday.

PC Pilling wrote: “Now I wasn’t expecting that.”

It sparked a flurry of whimsical reactions on Twitter.

Sarah Williams said: “I can imagine needing a clean pair of undies opening the back up on that lorry.”

Another local added: “Bet you got the fright of your life.”

The officer in question did not explain what the lorry driver was doing with the giant model.

Thames Valley Police Roads Policing have been contacted for comment.

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Pay freeze at the U.N.? Trump administration owes the United Nations $1 billion

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Trump accused China of “gaming” the global trade system in a speech Tuesday at the United Nations as he defended tariffs that his critics say have put the U.S. economy at risk of a recession. USA TODAY

WASHINGTON – President Donald Trump brushed aside warnings from the United Nations Wednesday that the 74-year-old organization risks being unable to pay its staff and bills if member nations don’t cough up their annual dues soon

The biggest delinquent payer in the world? The United States. 

Washington owes the U.N. $381 million in back payments and $674 million this year, according to the U.S. mission to the U.N. As the largest contributor to the 193-member organization, the U.S. has long sought to pressure the U.N. to rein in spending. 

Trump, who has openly questioned the value of the U.N., has made skepticism of multi-national organizations a central component of his foreign policy. Trump has demanded European countries contribute more to NATO and has pressed allies in Asia and the Middle East to rely less on U.S. military might and spend more on their own security. 

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Responding to reports of deep U.N. budget deficits, Trump returned to the theme. 

“So make all Member Countries pay, not just the United States!” he wrote Wednesday

U.N. officials say 129 countries have paid their 2019 dues, two-thirds of all members. Stéphane Dujarric, spokesman for U.N. Secretary General Antonio Guterres, said that nearly $2 billion has been paid to the organization this year and that the outstanding balance for other countries amounts to another $1.3 billion. 

Dujarric described the financial situation as “the worst cash crisis facing the United Nations in nearly a decade” and said it “runs the risk of depleting its liquidity reserves by the end of the month and defaulting on payments to staff and vendors.”  

Created in 1945 on the heels of World War II, the United Nations charter tasked the organization with ending conflict and human rights abuses. Its real power lies in the 15-member Security Council, which can authorize sanctions and military action.

The U.S. has quarreled with the U.N. for decades over funding. A U.S. mission official, speaking on the condition of anonymity to discuss internal decisions, said the U.S. paid $600 million to peacekeeping efforts this year and will pay “the vast majority of what we owe to the regular budget this fall, as we have in past years.”

But the longstanding tension has received renewed attention because of Trump, who once described the U.N. as “not a friend of democracy” and has consistently questioned multi-national efforts such as NATO and the annual G-7 and G-20 summits.   

Trump spent three days in New York last month for the annual U.N. General Assembly, pressing his case for sovereignty while also seeking support from allies to address a suspected Iranian attack on Saudi Arabia. Despite the international audience, Trump has used his U.N. addresses to speak more to domestic audiences. 

“The future does not belong to globalists. The future belongs to patriots,” Trump told his counterparts on Sept. 24. “The future belongs to sovereign and independent nations.”

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School Districts Sue Juul, Saying Student Vaping Drains Resources

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Schools across the country are so fed up with students vaping on campus that they’re suing the e-cigarette manufacturer Juul Labs.

Multiple districts filed lawsuits on Monday, including school systems in Olathe, Kan.; St. Charles, Mo.; Long Island, N.Y.; and La Conner, Wash. Three of those suits charge that Juul has hooked a generation of young smokers with its sweet flavors, placing a burden on schools.

“You can’t tell me that having flavors like bubblegum and grape is not trying to entice our kids to do something they know is unhealthy,” said Shannon Wickliffe, the president of the Olathe Public Schools Board of Education. “I understand it as a business strategy, but I think it’s kind of disgusting that you would try to addict our children knowing the health consequences.”

In a statement, Juul officials said they have never marketed to kids and have taken steps to limit access to products for anyone under 21.

The lawsuits come as the number of patients with vaping-related illnesses continues to climb and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has intensified its warnings about the risks of vaping.

The number of youth smokers has also been increasing. The CDC estimates that the number of middle and high school students who use e-cigarettes rose by more than 50% from 2017 to 2018 — from 2.1 million to 3.6 million.

Kirk Goza, a lawyer for Olathe Public Schools and two other school districts suing Juul, told member station KCUR in an email that because vape pens are easy to conceal, students often bring them to school, only to get caught vaping in the bathrooms.

“Schools have been forced to install special sensors in bathrooms, remove bathroom doors, ban flash drives, hire more staff and provide programs to help students deal with nicotine addiction,” Goza said. “This does not take into account the institutional energy spent monitoring and enforcing policies to try and deal with the problem.”

Olathe is seeking unspecified damages for the costs it has incurred trying to combat vaping in schools.

It’s not just middle and high school students vaping in Olathe, said John Allison, the superintendent there — the youngest Olathe student to get caught with a vape pen was in fourth grade. Allison said more often than not, parents know their children are smoking e-cigarettes and many even purchased the devices that are confiscated at school. One parent even called Allison to ask for the vape pen back.

“The parent was very upset because they had purchased it for their student, who — they felt it helped calm them down. They couldn’t understand why we were concerned,” Allison said. “I had to educate them. It contains nicotine. It’s dangerous. It’s addictive. And they were mortified.”

If the school district is able to recoup anything from Juul, Allison said, he would like to see it go toward smoking-cessation classes for students who need help quitting e-cigarettes.

“Addiction is nothing new,” said Olathe school board member LeEtta Felter, whose teenager has struggled to quit vaping. “We’ve been down this road before — cigarettes and Big Tobacco. This time around, we know better.”

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MSNBC Journalist Deftly Multitasks After Son Wanders On Set During Live Segment

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MSNBC news correspondent Courtney Kube showed she is a master at multitasking Wednesday morning after her young son wandered on set during a live segment.

Kube, who covers national security and the Pentagon, was discussing Turkish airstrikes over northern Syria when the boy came up to her wanting attention.

“Excuse me, my kids are here.” Kube said while grinning during the segment. “Live television!”

Despite being a little distracted for a second, Kube managed to explain the Syria situation in great detail.

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Kube’s colleagues were impressed by how she handled the situtation.

So were audience members.

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Pay freeze at the U.N.? Trump administration owes the United Nations $1 billion

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Trump accused China of “gaming” the global trade system in a speech Tuesday at the United Nations as he defended tariffs that his critics say have put the U.S. economy at risk of a recession. USA TODAY

WASHINGTON – President Donald Trump brushed aside warnings from the United Nations Wednesday that the 74-year-old organization risks being unable to pay its staff and bills if member nations don’t cough up their annual dues soon

The biggest delinquent payer in the world? The United States. 

Washington owes the U.N. $381 million in back payments and $674 million this year, according to the U.S. mission to the U.N. As the largest contributor to the 193-member organization, the U.S. has long sought to pressure the U.N. to rein in spending. 

Trump, who has openly questioned the value of the U.N., has made skepticism of multi-national organizations a central component of his foreign policy. Trump has demanded European countries contribute more to NATO and has pressed allies in Asia and the Middle East to rely less on U.S. military might and spend more on their own security. 

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Responding to reports of deep U.N. budget deficits, Trump returned to the theme. 

“So make all Member Countries pay, not just the United States!” he wrote Wednesday

U.N. officials say 129 countries have paid their 2019 dues, two-thirds of all members. Stéphane Dujarric, spokesman for U.N. Secretary General Antonio Guterres, said that nearly $2 billion has been paid to the organization this year and that the outstanding balance for other countries amounts to another $1.3 billion. 

Dujarric described the financial situation as “the worst cash crisis facing the United Nations in nearly a decade” and said it “runs the risk of depleting its liquidity reserves by the end of the month and defaulting on payments to staff and vendors.”  

Created in 1945 on the heels of World War II, the United Nations charter tasked the organization with ending conflict and human rights abuses. Its real power lies in the 15-member Security Council, which can authorize sanctions and military action.

The U.S. has quarreled with the U.N. for decades over funding. A U.S. mission official, speaking on the condition of anonymity to discuss internal decisions, said the U.S. paid $600 million to peacekeeping efforts this year and will pay “the vast majority of what we owe to the regular budget this fall, as we have in past years.”

But the longstanding tension has received renewed attention because of Trump, who once described the U.N. as “not a friend of democracy” and has consistently questioned multi-national efforts such as NATO and the annual G-7 and G-20 summits.   

Trump spent three days in New York last month for the annual U.N. General Assembly, pressing his case for sovereignty while also seeking support from allies to address a suspected Iranian attack on Saudi Arabia. Despite the international audience, Trump has used his U.N. addresses to speak more to domestic audiences. 

“The future does not belong to globalists. The future belongs to patriots,” Trump told his counterparts on Sept. 24. “The future belongs to sovereign and independent nations.”

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Carrie Underwood celebrates 11th anniversary of meeting husband Mike Fisher: ‘He is my match’

Time really does fly when you’re having fun!

Country singer Carrie Underwood paid tribute to her handsome hubby Mike Fisher on the anniversary of the day they met, 11 years ago.

“11 years ago yesterday, I met the love of my life…patient, kind, the best dad, handsome, of course! Someone who accepts me and all my flaws…the same as me in many ways…opposite in some. But he is my match,” the “Cowboy Casanova” singer, 36, wrote.

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“A rare night out with amazing food and even more amazing company and conversation. Here’s to so many more years together. Love you, babe!”

The lovebirds celebrated their anniversary at Del Posto, an upscale Italian cuisine restaurant located in New York City.

“Love you babe you’re the best!!,” the former NHL player, 39, commented on his wife’s sweet post.

The duo celebrated their ninth wedding anniversary in July.

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Fisher shared a touching post where he referenced how fast time has flown during their marriage.

“9 years feels like 9 minutes!!!! Grateful to be on this journey with you @carrieunderwood!! Time sure does fly,” he wrote.

Underwood and Fisher were set up by friends and met at a backstage meet-and-greet after one of her concerts in 2008. They got engaged in December 2009.

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A year later, the “Love Wins” singer and professional retired athlete tied the knot in Greensboro, Georgia in July 2010.

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They have since became parents to two sons: Isaiah, 4, and Jacob, 8 months.

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