Edward Norton, Alan Alda, Mariska Hargitay Join Nat Geo’s 6-City ‘Paris to Pittsburgh’ Screening Blitz (Exclusive)

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Activists and environmentally conscience celebrities, including Edward Norton, Alan Alda and Mariska Hargitay, will join former New York City mayor Michael Bloomberg this week for a special nationwide screening blitz of Nat Geo’s environmental documentary “Paris to Pittsburgh,” TheWrap has learned exclusively.

Six U.S. cities will simultaneously screen the film Monday night — many with their mayors introducing the film — in an effort to shine a light on the need for cities, states and citizens to come together to fight climate change. Charleston, Des Moines, Los Angeles, Minneapolis, New York and Orlando will get a sneak peek at the doc ahead of its global release on Dec. 12 at 9pm ET/PT on National Geographic, with additional screenings scheduled in Puerto Rico, London and Poland.

“With Washington asleep at the switch, local governments, states, businesses, and citizens from across the political spectrum are taking steps to tackle climate change and build a bright future for our country,” Bloomberg, who produced the movie through his Bloomberg Philanthropies, said in a statement. “We need more leadership from Washington on climate change, but Americans aren’t waiting around for it.”

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Other attendees expected to attend: Peter Hermann, Walt Disney Chairman and NRDC Board Chair Alan Horn, Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti, Pittsburgh Mayor Bill Peduto, Zero Hour’s Iris Fen Gillingham and Jamie Margolin, Katherine Oliver, Joe Berlinger, Emmy Award winning directors Michael Bonfiglio and Sidney Beaumont, Radical Media’s Jon Kamen and Frank Scherma, among others.

The announcement comes on the heels of a federal climate change report last month focusing on the dire threat that human-made global warming poses to the United States. It also comes as world leaders are heading to Poland on Dec. 3 for the COP24 to try and salvage the 2015 climate change Paris Accord, after President Trump reneged on the deal last summer.

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“Paris to Pittsburgh” looks at how states, businesses and citizens are taking action and delve into the social and economic impacts of climate change in the wake of the Trump Administration’s withdrawal from the Paris Climate Agreement.

The premise of the documentary is based on a Twitter response from Pittsburgh Mayor Bill Peduto to President Trump the moment he pulled out of the Paris Agreement.

In his speech announcing the U.S. would withdrawal from the agreement, President Trump said in a press conference last June that he was “elected to represent the citizens of Pittsburgh, not Paris.”

“I’m sitting in this room, I’m looking over at my phone and I get an alert,” Peduto says in an exclusive clip of the doc obtained by TheWrap. “Read it twice, went into my chief of staff office and yelled, ‘Pittsburgh?!’”

Peduto said that’s when he composed his now famous response telling the president that Pittsburgh was going to stay in the Paris Agreement.

“On the heels of the recent federal report on climate change, we believe it is more critical than ever to create a global conversation about climate and to provide people with tangible ways they can help make a difference,” Courteney Monroe, president, National Geographic Global Networks, said in statement. “For us, it is not enough to just create this type of important, thought-provoking content. We need to be equally committed to ensuring it reaches the widest audience possible.”

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“Paris to Pittsburgh” is produced RadicalMedia in partnership with Bloomberg Philanthropies and is co- directed by Emmy Award winners Sidney Beaumont and Michael Bonfiglio. Beaumont also produced the film. Executive Producers are Academy Award-nominated filmmaker Joe Berlinger, Jon Kamen and Katherine Oliver. Co-producers are Lindsay Firestone and Katie Dunn. Antha Williams of the Bloomberg Philanthropies environment program served as a consulting producer.

Watch an exclusive clip of the movie above and the trailer below.

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Jason Blum Posts Full Anti-Trump Speech After He’s Cut Off at LA Film Event

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Jason Blum persisted: The “Halloween” and “Get Out” producer may have been cut off after he made anti-Trump remarks at the 32nd Israeli Film Festival on Tuesday night, but he shared the entire speech afterward.

Blum was prompted off stage and booed during his acceptance speech for the 2018 IFF Achievement in Film & Television Award. He said, in part, “Thanks to our president, anti-Semitism is in the rise,” according to The Hollywood Reporter,

After he left the event, Blum took to Twitter to say the night went “kinda haywire.” He later posted the entirety of his speech, including the parts he wasn’t able to relay at Tuesday’s event.

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“I was honored by the Israel film festival tonight and, unfortunately was not allowed to finish the speech I was trying to give. Here is the message…,” Blum tweeted as an intro to the full speech.

Read it here:

Thank you, Lin, for those kind remarks and for your friendship. I am thrilled you could be here tonight. And thank you to Meir Fenigstein everyone at the Israel Film Festival for this tribute. I am honored to be recognized by a group dedicated to showcasing Israel’s thriving film and television industry. I’m especially honored to share the stage with Avi Nesher whose work I have admired for many, many years. Avi has never been afraid to tackle serious social issues and his films are beloved by audiences and critics around the world. He’s played a pivotal role in the growing prominence of Israeli cinema. I am also a huge fan of Israeli television. As an avowed binge-watcher, I have spent way too many hours with Fauda and Hostages. Not to mention Homeland, which would not exist if not for Hatufim. So, tonight we have much to celebrate as we open the 32nd Israel Film Festival. At the same time, today, Americans went to the polls to exercise our right to vote on what kind of future we want for our children. Those election results are pouring in as I speak. And so much is on the line. The past two years have been hard for all of us who cherish the freedoms we enjoy as citizens of this country. The sense of community that has bound us together for generations is all but gone. We have seen the end of civil discourse. We have a President who calls the Press the enemy of the people. Nationalism is surging. Dog whistle politics are rampant and anti-Semitism is on the rise in ways my generation never thought imaginable. The Internet has become a place where people can vent their rage and spew hate anonymously. It is helping bigotry thrive. The truth is, hate speech breeds violence. It dehumanizes. It demonizes. And ultimately, it targets. What we saw in Pittsburgh was a horrific example. These are NOT isolated incidents. They are NOT happening somewhere else. They are happening HERE in our communities and we must step up and speak up. We cannot allow anti-Semitism or bigotry of any form to become mainstream. Those of us who work in film and television. have a vital role to play in telling stories that portray all kinds of people from all corners of the world. Stories that entertain, but also make us think more and harder about who we are and where we are going. It’s time for us to be vigilant in bringing new voices to the cinema. To nurturing diverse filmmakers from all walks of life who can offer unique perspectives on the world. When you have a chance to walk in the shoes of others who are not like you, it is harder to hate. Most of all, this is a time for all of us to examine our values and decide what we are willing to tolerate. It is time to be accountable. It’s time to speak out loudly when we see examples of bigotry. Don’t allow it from your friends, your co-workers or your family members. If we are not accountable, we may wake up one day in a country we don’t even recognize. Let us all hope that today’s election starts to chart a different course – not just for the U.S., but for the world – one that reaffirms the values that we all cherish. Thank you.

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‘Broad City’ Star Ilana Glazer Event Canceled After ‘Kill All Jews’ Vandalism at Brooklyn Synagogue

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A political event hosted by “Broad City” star Ilana Glazer at a Brooklyn synagogue in New York was canceled Thursday night after someone vandalized the temple with anti-Semitic slurs, TheWrap has confirmed.

A custodian at Union Temple in Brooklyn Heights told the New York Post that several examples of hateful graffiti were found, including “Kill all Jews” written on one door.

Glazer was set to interview New York state senate candidates Andrew Gounardes and Jim Gaughran alongside journalist Amy Goodman. The event was set for 8:30 p.m., but was canceled about a half hour before it began, according to a rep for Union Temple.

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A rep for Glazer did not immediately respond to TheWrap’s request for comment. “I can’t put these 200 people who came to listen in a safe space … in that danger,” Glazer said Friday morning, according to Democracy Now on Twitter, an account associated with Goodman.

.@broadcity star and co-creator Ilana Glazer (@ilazer) decided to cancel an event with Amy Goodman at a Brooklyn synagogue Thursday night after the discovery of anti-Semitic messages on the walls: “I can’t put these 200 people who came to listen in a safe space… in that danger” pic.twitter.com/WY0RKR3Gcq

— Democracy Now! (@democracynow) November 2, 2018

That echoes what attendee Kathryn Gonzalez said on Facebook Thursday night: “[Glazer] didn’t feel comfortable ushering 200 people into the enclosed space.”

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“I hope it doesn’t have a chilling effect on people going to vote,” Gounardes told the NY Post. “We can’t afford to stand in the silence or be scared or intimated.” He added: “This is not the New York City that any of us want to be living in.”

The slurs are being investigated as a hate crime by New York City police.

The event’s shutdown comes less than a week after 11 people were murdered, along with several others that were injured, during a shooting at the Tree of Life Synagogue in Pittsburgh. The Anti-Defamation League called it the “deadliest attack” on American Jews in the nation’s history.

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It also comes at a time of rising anti-Semitic attacks in New York City.

“Contrary to what are surely the prevailing assumptions, anti-Semitic incidents have constituted half of all hate crimes in New York this year, according to the Police Department,” The New York Times noted on Wednesday. “To put that figure in context, there have been four times as many crimes motivated by bias against Jews — 142 in all — as there have against blacks. Hate crimes against Jews have outnumbered hate crimes targeted at transgender people by a factor of 20.”

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Stephen Colbert Gets Serious After Pittsburgh Shooting: ‘Hate Is Not What America Stands For’ (Video)

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Stephen Colbert started his first monologue since the weekend’s mass-shooting in Pittsburgh with a very serious tone.

“It’s tragic, it’s sickening, and our thoughts are with their victims, their families and the larger Jewish community,” he opened Monday’s “Late Show.” “But more than that, I want to say, hate is not what America stands for. And tonight, all of us are with you.”

Colbert then pointed to examples of unity in the face of such horror, like a Muslim group that is raising money for those affected. Historically, that one feels unlikely.

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“Naturally, in times like these, our nation looks to its president for comfort and guidance,” Colbert said. “That’s our first mistake.”

That sad-but-true joke is where last night’s “Late Show” humor began.

Watch the video above.

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The fatal shooting at Tree of Life Synagogue in Pittsburgh on Saturday morning killed 11 people and injured several others, including two officers and two SWAT team members. Suspect Robert Bowers has been charged with 29 federal counts, including 11 counts of use of a firearm to commit murder and 11 counts of obstruction of the exercise of religious beliefs resulting in death.

Bowers was armed with an AR-15 rifle and at least three handguns.

Read more about the tragedy here.

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Piers Morgan Calls Trump ‘a Coward’ After Synagogue Shooting Comments: ‘Grow a Pair’

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Piers Morgan has once again gone off on President Donald Trump after the deadly shooting at a Pittsburgh synagogue over the weekend, calling Trump a “coward” and telling him to “Grow a pair” and ban the Ar-15 rifle in America.

In a column for the Daily Mail published Monday, Morgan scoffed at Trump’s suggestion that things might have turned out differently if “they had some kind of protection inside the temple.”

Noting that four officers were shot during the incident in Pittsburgh, Morgan wrote, “they were armed, highly trained, and knew what they were dealing with by the time they arrived at the synagogue … So what possible chance would a solitary guard have to stop a lunatic who burst in during a service blazing away with a semi-automatic rifle?”

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Morgan went on to reflect on Trump’s “paymasters at the NRA,” writing, “they now have a compliant President who will do their bidding, because he thinks it will be electoral suicide not to.”

In the column, Morgan ticked off a list of mass shootings in America in which an AR-15 was involved, writing, “This is not a coincidence … The reason why all these shooters used an AR-15 is simple: they’re light, easy to use, and specifically designed to kill as many people as possible in the shortest possible time, and in the most appallingly devastating way.”

Morgan continued that Trump “deliberately chooses to do nothing to stop crazy people repeatedly using AR-15s to slaughter Americans, because he doesn’t want to upset a despicably cynical and ruthless lobby group hell-bent on turning America into a militarized state.”

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He added, “Stop being such a coward, Mr President.”

Morgan wrapped up his column with a simple suggestion for Trump.

“AR-15s have no place in ANY civilized society,” Morgan wrote. “Grow a pair, and ban them.”

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According to NBC News, Robert Bowers, the suspect in the Pittsburgh synagogue shooting, is being charged with 29 federal counts, including 11 counts of use of a firearm to commit murder and 11 counts of obstruction of the exercise of religious beliefs resulting in death.

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‘Daily Show’ Scolds Kellyanne Conway After ‘Late-Night Comedians’ Blamed for Synagogue Attack

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On the same day counselor to the president Kellyanne Conway suggested “anti-religious” late-night comedians fostered an environment that paved the way for the Pittsburgh synagogue shooting that left 11 dead, one late-night show fired back.

The official Twitter account for “The Daily Show With Trevor Noah” asked Conway: “If late night shows are so anti-religious, why did God create TEN THOUSAND of them?” The tweet from the Comedy Central show included an image of a few dozens hosts of late night TV… and a dog.

Hey @KellyannePolls, if late night shows are so anti-religious, why did God create TEN THOUSAND of them? pic.twitter.com/1kJsxOHIjQ

— The Daily Show (@TheDailyShow) October 29, 2018

Several other notable figures of late night did not weigh in on the matter on Twitter as of the writing of this post.

“The anti-religiosity in this country that is somehow in vogue and funny to make fun of anybody of faith, to constantly be making fun of people that express religion — the late-night comedians, the unfunny people on TV shows — it’s always anti-religious,” Conway said during a Monday appearance on Fox News. She did not name any particular hosts.

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“These people were gunned down in their place of worship, as were the people in South Carolina several years ago,” Conway continued, referencing the nine people killed at a Charleston church in 2015. “And they were there because they’re people of faith, and it’s that faith that needs to bring us together.”

Conway added: “This is no time to be driving God out of the public square.”

You can watch the clip here:

Kellyanne Conway suggests that “the late-night comedians” and “the unfunny people on TV shows” are responsible for the deadliest anti-Semitic massacre in American history. pic.twitter.com/h4n86dpSs4

— Bobby Lewis (@revrrlewis) October 29, 2018

Conway’s statement comes after 11 people were killed on Saturday at the Tree of Life Synagogue in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. The FBI is investigating the attack as a hate crime after the suspect, Robert Bowers, had routinely posted anti-Jewish comments and memes on his social media accounts. Bowers was a vocal critic of President Trump online, believing the president was controlled by Jewish special interest groups.

“This was an anti-Semitic act,” Trump said in a speech on Saturday afternoon. “You wouldn’t think this would be possible.”

The Anti-Defamation League called it the “deadliest attack” on Jews in the history of the United States.

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Sarah Sanders Blasts Media for ‘Outrageous’ Response to Bomb Scare (Video)

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In her first press briefing in weeks, White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders slammed the “media” for blaming President Trump for Saturday’s Pittsburgh synagogue shooting and the rash of pipe bombs sent to prominent critics of the president and CNN.

Sanders began the briefing by offering sympathy to the victims of the Pittsburgh shooting. But her tone quickly became combative after ABC’s Jon Karl asked whether Trump’s invective over the past few weeks and months had “inspired or provoked” people to do “awful things.”

“The very first thing that the president did was condemn the attacks, both in Pittsburgh and in the pipe bombs,” Sanders shot back. “The very thing the media did was blame the president and make him responsible for these ridiculous attacks. That is outrageous that that would be the very first reaction of so many people across this country. The very thing the media did was blame the president and make him responsible for these ridiculous attacks.”

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Sanders also took issue with a Wednesday statement by CNN’s president Jeff Zucker, in which Zucker criticized the White House for its “total and complete lack of understanding” of its “continued attacks on the media.”

“A major news network’s first public statement was to blame the president and myself included,” Sanders said. “That is outrageous that anybody other than the individual who carried out the crime would hold that responsibility.”

“It’s not the president, no more than it was Bernie Sanders’ fault for the individual who shot up a baseball field of congressional Republicans,” she went on to say, referring to an incident last year when a Bernie supporter shot Rep. Steve Scalise during a Republican baseball practice.

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Watch the full exchange above.

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Kellyanne Conway Blames Synagogue Shooting on ‘Anti-Religious’ ‘Late-Night Comedians’

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In a Monday morning appearance on Fox News, Kellyanne Conway suggested “anti-religious” late-night comedians fostered an environment for the Pittsburgh synagogue shooting to take place.

“The anti-religiosity in this country that is somehow in vogue and funny to make fun of anybody of faith, to constantly be making fun of people that express religion — the late-night comedians, the unfunny people on TV shows — it’s always anti-religious,” Conway said, without naming particular hosts.

“These people were gunned down in their place of worship, as were the people in South Carolina several years ago,” Conway continued, referencing the nine people killed at a Charleston church in 2015. “And they were there because they’re people of faith, and it’s that faith that needs to bring us together.”

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Conway added: “This is no time to be driving God out of the public square.”

You can watch the clip below:

Kellyanne Conway suggests that “the late-night comedians” and “the unfunny people on TV shows” are responsible for the deadliest anti-Semitic massacre in American history. pic.twitter.com/h4n86dpSs4

— Bobby Lewis (@revrrlewis) October 29, 2018

Conway’s statement comes after 11 people were killed on Saturday at the Tree of Life Synagogue in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. The FBI is investigating the attack as a hate crime after the suspect, Robert Bowers, had routinely posted anti-Jewish comments and memes on his social media accounts. Bowers was a vocal critic of President Trump online, believing the president was controlled by Jewish special interest groups.

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“This was an anti-Semitic act,” Trump said in a speech on Saturday afternoon. “You wouldn’t think this would be possible.”

The Anti-Defamation League called it the “deadliest attack” on Jews in the history of the United States.
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Far-Right Social Network Gab Goes Offline After Domain Host Pulls the Plug

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The social media website Gab is temporarily offline Monday after its domain host GoDaddy dropped them from their servers. The website has come in for criticism over it’s popularity among far right users and tolerance of hate speech on the platform.

Robert Bowers, the suspect in Saturday’s massacre at a synagogue in Pittsburgh, had been a frequent and vocal user.

In a statement posted to their website, Gab said they were cooperating fully with law enforcement but that they would remain committed to providing a social media platform dedicated to free speech.

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Gab.com is under attack. We have been systematically no-platformed by App Stores, multiple hosting providers, and several payment processors. We have been smeared by the mainstream media for defending free expression and individual liberty for all people and for working with law enforcement to ensure that justice is served for the horrible atrocity committed in Pittsburgh. Gab will continue to fight for the fundamental human right to speak freely. As we transition to a new hosting provider Gab will be inaccessible for a period of time. We are working around the clock to get Gab.com back online. Thank you and remember to speak freely.

Gab bills itself as a free speech haven for users, with very few restrictions on acceptable content. The practical effect however has been to turn the site into a haven for all forms of hate speech, often from users banned from more mainstream places like Twitter. Many have accused the website of becoming a central hub for violent extremists like Bowers.

The company runs a vocal Twitter account which first warned on Sunday that GoDaddy was preparing to bolt.

BREAKING: @GoDaddy is threatening to suspend our domain (which is worth six figures) if we do not transfer to a new provider by tomorrow. This is madness. @realDonaldTrump @parscale I hope you are paying attention. pic.twitter.com/5hsXKW5NvB

— Gab.com???? (@getongab) October 29, 2018

“We have informed Gab.com that they have 24 hours to move the domain to another registrar, as they have violated our terms of service,” a GoDaddy spokesperson told TechCrunch over the weekend. “In response to complaints received over the weekend, GoDaddy investigated and discovered numerous instances of content on the site that both promotes and encourages violence against people.”

Reps for GoDaddy did not immediately respond to request for comment from TheWrap.

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Ben Stiller to Amy Schumer: Hollywood Reacts to ‘Great Tragedy’ of Pittsburgh Shooting

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Ben Stiller and Bette Midler were among the many Hollywood celebrities joining the nation in mourning the Pittsburgh synagogue shooting that left 8 people killed and 12 others injured on Saturday.

Amy Schumer tweeted her “heart is broken” in response to the attack.

My heart is broken for the victims and loved ones of everyone affected by the shooting at the Tree of Life synagogue in Pittsburgh https://t.co/IuMRo5S674

— Amy Schumer (@amyschumer) October 27, 2018

Midler tweeted her “deepest and sincere sympathies” to the victims. She then appeared to call out President Trump, adding “if only we had LEADERSHIP that would actually take steps to stop it.”

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To the families of those who died in the synagogue shooting in Pittsburgh, my deepest and sincere sympathies. This horror is escalating day by day. If only we had LEADERSHIP that would actually take steps to stop it.

— Bette Midler (@BetteMidler) October 27, 2018

Ben Stiller, in response to a clip of President Trump suggesting the shooting could’ve been thwarted if there was “protection inside,” tweeted “this is not the fault of the synagogue” and added a hashtag for gun control.

No one should have to go through airport security to go to pray in a synagogue or church or a mosque. This is not the fault of the synagogue….#Guncontrol https://t.co/WiIYqSla3s

— Ben Stiller (@RedHourBen) October 27, 2018

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Here are just a few of the others speaking out:

This #PittsburghSynagogue shooting occurred while they were celebrating the Briss of a newborn baby. I can’t imagine the heartbreak the families of those lost & injured are going through now. #SensibleGunControl

— Patricia Arquette (@PattyArquette) October 27, 2018

We filmed both Dogma and Zack & Miri in #Pittsburgh so I know the #SquirrelHill area well. My heart goes out to all the people who were shot or killed simply for practicing their faith, as well as the Police who were injured while trying to protect them. https://t.co/dNbF8m1mze

— KevinSmith (@ThatKevinSmith) October 27, 2018

Please join me in sending healing energy to all affected in the Tree of Life Synagogue shooting

— rose mcgowan (@rosemcgowan) October 27, 2018

My heart is broken for Pittsburgh and for the grieving Jewish community there. Words matter. Hate speech, dog whistling at our highest levels…it results in real consequences. This is a great tragedy. *another* great tragedy.

— josh groban (@joshgroban) October 27, 2018

Today, I send out love to each and every one of you reading this. Every single one of you. We are one world. We all need love. We all want comfort. Let’s give it to each other.

— Ellen DeGeneres (@TheEllenShow) October 27, 2018

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#TreeOfLifeSynagogue MAY THE TREE OF LIFE , in your community, grow stronger and taller and in peace .. We Winklers , like the rest of the country , are heartbroken for ALL of you

— Henry Winkler (@hwinkler4real) October 27, 2018

Pittsburgh shooter is reported to have used an AR-15, the preferred weapon of choice for most mass shooters in America (Sandy Hook, Vegas etc) because they kill lots of people very fast.
This is what they look like..
I ask again: why the f*ck are these legal for civilians? pic.twitter.com/5ycMv464ly

— Piers Morgan (@piersmorgan) October 27, 2018

Trump said that what happened at the synagogue would have been prevented by an armed guard on site. And yet the gunman shot three armed police officers.

Let’s stop with the good-guy-with-a-gun fantasy. Let’s start with getting AR-15s off the market.

— George Takei (@GeorgeTakei) October 27, 2018

Wow! @realDonaldTrump just blamed the victims for not having guns inside the temple. He’s gotta go!

— Wanda Sykes (@iamwandasykes) October 27, 2018

Hold your loved ones close. ???? https://t.co/Z5kweJjVXt

— Alyssa Milano (@Alyssa_Milano) October 27, 2018

I’m a father, an American, a Jew, I’m in the great state of Pennsylvania today. There has always only been one side. ????????

— Tom Arnold (@TomArnold) October 27, 2018

Another shooting in Pittsburgh. I live in Vegas, worst mass shooting in American history. It’ll happen again before Xmas. Congress sucks. I never wanna hear “we gotta do something” again…DO SOMETHING, BITCHES.

— George Wallace (@MrGeorgeWallace) October 27, 2018

Law enforcement identified 46-year-old Robert Bowers as the shooting suspect. Bowers targeted the Tree of Life Synagogue in the Squirrel Hill neighborhood of Pittsburgh before surrendering to police. He’s routinely posted anti-Semitic messages on Gab, a social media site often used by white supremacists.

More to come…

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How to Watch the Steelers-Ravens Game on ‘Sunday Night Football’ Online for Free

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With football season underway, NFL fans are flocking to their TV sets, mobile phones, connected TVs, desktops and laptops waiting for their favorite team to take the field. Tonight, the Baltimore Ravens go head-to-head with the Pittsburg Steelers at 5:20 p.m. PT at the Heinz Field in Pittsburg, Pennsylvania.

Of course, not everyone has the cash to put down $50+ on a satellite subscription to watch their favorite team play. But with more consumers now turning to connected TVs and mobile devices for their daily dose of entertainment, the National Football League has made it easier for cord-cutters and cord-nevers to get their football fix without emptying their piggy bank.

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While fans can watch this upcoming game on the NFL Network available on streaming platforms like FuboTV, DirecTV Now, PS Vue and Sling TV, they all charge a monthly subscription fee. The cheapest of these services is Sling TV, which includes the NFL Network in its “Blue” package for $25 per month. Of course, consumers can get around paying the monthly service fee by taking advantage of the free trial period that most of these platforms offer.

But if $25 per month isn’t in your budget or canceling the service after its trial period is too big of a hassle, there is another way to watch the game without spending a dime.

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Anyone with a smartphone can download the NFL, Yahoo Sports, AOL or Tumblr mobile apps and enjoy the tonight’s game between the Steelers and the Ravens at no cost. The same goes for all in-market and national games, including regular season and playoff games, and even the Super Bowl.

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Scarlett Johansson Dethrones Emma Stone as World’s Highest-Paid Actress

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Scarlett Johansson is this year’s highest-paid actress, raking in $40.5 million in pretax earnings between June 1, 2017 and June 1, 2018.

According to Forbes, Johansson quadrupled her earnings from 2017 to bump Emma Stone from the No. 1 spot. Last year, Stone banked $26 million, dethroning Jennifer Lawrence, who had topped Forbes’ ranking two years in a row.

Johansson’s role as Black Widow in Marvel’s “The Avengers” has made the actress extremely profitable, especially with the recent film “Infinity War” grossing a whopping $2 billion at the global box office.

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Johansson beat Angelina Jolie (who grossed $28 million), Jennifer Aniston ($19.5 million), Lawrence, and Reese Witherspoon ($16.5 million).

Together, the world’s 10 highest-paid actresses brought in a combined $186 million in Forbes’ 12-month scoring period, before fees and taxes, up 16 percent from $172.5 million in 2017.

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Cate Blanchett ($12.8 million) and Gal Gadot ($10 million) also made the list. However, this year, only two women surpassed the $20 million mark, down from three last year and four the year before.

Stone dropped off the list this year, and Amy Adams, Emma Watson and Charlize Theron were absent as well.

Johansson was recently in the news for being cast as Dante “Tex” Gill, a massage parlor owner in Pittsburgh in the 1970s and ’80s who identified as a man, in “Rub & Tug.” After backlash, the actress exited the project, and the project has been in limbo ever since.

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Pittsburgh Steelers’ Alejandro Villanueva to Donate NFL Jersey Sales to USO, Military Non-Profits

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Pittsburgh Steelers left tackle Alejandro Villanueva had the highest-selling jersey in the NFL for 24 hours after he stood during the national anthem Sunday, and on Tuesday ESPN’s Adam Schefter‏ reported that he is donating all the proceeds to military charities. 

“Steelers’ Alejandro Villanueva is donating all proceeds on his jersey/apparel sales to USO and other military non-profits, as he always has,” the NFL guru tweeted.

Steelers’ Alejandro Villanueva is donating all proceeds on his jersey/apparel sales to USO and other military non-profits, as he always has.

— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) September 27, 2017

Villanueva was thrust into the middle of the midst of political unrest between the president and the NFL on Sunday when he was the only Steelers player standing with his hand on his heart during the anthem.

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The former Army Ranger who toured in Afghanistan later said that hadn’t intended to break with his teammates.

“When everybody sees the image of me by myself, everybody thinks the team, the Steelers, are not behind me, and that’s absolutely wrong,” Villanueva said during the post game press conference. “I made Coach [Mike] Tomlin look bad, and that is my fault and my fault only. I made my teammates look bad, and that is my fault and my fault only.”

The Steelers were one of several teams who pledged to remain in the locker room ahead of the game in light of President Trump’s comments about NFL players who knelt during the national anthem to protest the treatment of African Americans.

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On Monday night, Jerry Jones and the Dallas Cowboys all took a knee before the “MNF” game, before standing while “American Idol” alum Jordin Sparks actually sung the anthem.

Trump inspired a wave of protests over the weekend when he said players who protested during the anthem should be fired at an Alabama Rally. On Saturday, he tweeted “If a player wants the privilege of making millions of dollars in the NFL,or other leagues, he or she should not be allowed to disrespect our Great American Flag (or Country) and should stand for the National Anthem. If not, YOU’RE FIRED. Find something else to do!”

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On Tuesday, ESPN highlighted Villanueva’s Regular Joe lifestyle compared to other more opulent NFL stars, from carpooling to work and driving a Ford F-150 with 140,000 on the clock, to his fallback plan of becoming a business student at Carnegie Mellon in downtown Pittsburgh if the NFL didn’t work out.

Villanueva also called the transition from military to civilian life “extremely complicated.”

“It’s actually the hardest thing service people do — I’m in the same boat,” he said. “I’m trying to have a successful transition to civilian life. I don’t think I’ve done it yet. It is the No. 1 biggest challenge for veterans in the United States. You go from a completely different world to a completely different universe. … For me to get educated is when I put all the leverage on my side.”

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Pittsburgh Mayor Pounds Trump for Climate Claim He Backs ‘Pittsburgh, Not Paris’

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President Donald Trump picked the wrong city to name as a beneficiary of his decsion to ditch the Paris climate agreement: Pittsburgh mayor says that even though Trump claims to support Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh doesn’t support Trump.

White House Secretary Sean Spicer quoted Trump saying he was backing out of the climate change pact because he was “elected to represent the citizens of Pittsburgh, not Paris.”

Peduto had a spiky response on Twitter: “As the Mayor of Pittsburgh, I can assure you that we will follow the guidelines of Paris Agreement for our people, our economy and future.”

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And just to be sure Mr. Trump got the message, Peduto tweeted out some fun facts, you know, for educational purposes.

“Fact: Hillary Clinton received 80% of the vote in Pittsburgh. Pittsburgh stands with the world & will follow Paris Agreement @HillaryClinton,” the mayor said.

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And to make it even more clear that Pittsburgh ain’t playing, Peduto added: “The United States joins Syria, Nicaragua & Russia in deciding not to participate with world’s Paris Agreement. It’s now up to cities to lead.”

Had Trump Googled Peduto, he would have known that Peduto is a YUGE climate change advocate.

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Bottom line, Mr. President: No one is saving you a seat at Primanti Bros.

As the Mayor of Pittsburgh, I can assure you that we will follow the guidelines of the Paris Agreement for our people, our economy & future. https://t.co/3znXGTcd8C

— bill peduto (@billpeduto) June 1, 2017

Fact: Hillary Clinton received 80% of the vote in Pittsburgh. Pittsburgh stands with the world & will follow Paris Agreement @HillaryClinton https://t.co/cibJyT7MAK

— bill peduto (@billpeduto) June 1, 2017

Once again @realDonaldTrump is wrong. #Paris & #Pittsburgh do stand together for the #ParisAgreement #Cities4Climate https://t.co/7HGQ4AQ9Rj

— Anne Hidalgo (@Anne_Hidalgo) June 1, 2017

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Dan Rooney, Pittsburgh Steelers Chairman, Dies at 84

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Dan Rooney, the chairman of the Pittsburgh Steelers, died on Thursday. He was 84.

A spokesperson for the Steelers confirmed his death to ESPN, but no further details were immediately available.

Rooney was also the great uncle to actresses Rooney and Kate Mara on their mother’s side, while their family founded the New York Giants.

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Having long been one of the most influential and popular executives in the NFL, Rooney took over the team from his father, Art Rooney, in the 1960s and led them to multiple playoffs and four Super Bowl championships.

“Few men have contributed as much to the National Football League as Dan Rooney,” commissioner Roger Goodell said in a statement obtained by ESPN. “A member of the Pro Football Hall of Fame, he was one of the finest men in the history of our game and it was a privilege to work alongside him for so many years.

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“Dan’s dedication to the game, to the players and coaches, to his beloved Pittsburgh, and to Steelers fans everywhere was unparalleled. He was a role model and trusted colleague to commissioners since Bert Bell, countless NFL owners, and so many others in and out of the NFL.”

Goodell went on to call Rooney “a voice of reason on a wide range of topics, including diversity and labor relations, Dan always had the league’s best interests at heart.

“For my part, Dan’s friendship and counsel were both inspiring and irreplaceable. My heart goes out to Patricia, Art, and the entire Rooney family on the loss of this extraordinary man.”

Former president Barack Obama offered his own personal tribute, “Dan Rooney was a great friend of mine, but more importantly, he was a great friend to the people of Pittsburgh, a model citizen, and someone who represented the United States with dignity and grace on the world stage,” Obama said, WTAE in Pittsburgh reported. “I knew he’d do a wonderful job when I named him as our United States Ambassador to Ireland, but naturally, he surpassed my high expectations, and I know the people of Ireland think fondly of him today.”

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Even rival teams honored Rooney and shared their favorite memories of him.

“I am deeply saddened to hear the news regarding Dan Rooney,” New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft said in a statement, according to MassLive.com. “When I first entered the NFL, Dan and his family were so gracious to me and my family. They provided guidance on how to build a winning organization, both on and off the field. As important as winning was to Dan, he never lost sight of the importance of giving back to his community.”

Pittsburgh’s longtime starting quarterback Ben Roethlisberger tweeted: “Today we lost a great one! I wouldn’t be a Steeler if it wasn’t for Mr Rooney! We will miss you dearly! Love you DMR!”

Steelers wide receiver Antonio Brown also paid tribute to his former chairman in a moving Instagram post Thursday.

“When we first met in 2010 you embraced me with open arms. You made me feel welcome. You looked at me as more than just another jersey number,” he wrote. “One of the most genuine, and humble human beings I’ve had the pleasure of knowing.”

Born into a historic NFL family, Rooney played football for North Catholic High School and was named to the 1949 all-Catholic League second team — before losing the first team spot to QB (and future Steeler) Johnny Unitas.

He began working for his father in 1955 and took over as president of the Steelers in 1975. In 2003, he handed the reins to his own son, Art Rooney II. Dan was inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 2000.

He is also credited for increasing diversity in the NFL.

The “Rooney Rule,” created in 2003, required teams to interview minorities for head coaching vacancies and senior football operations jobs. The rule was expanded in 2016 to include women for executive openings.

Today we lost a great one! I wouldn’t be a Steeler if it wasn’t for Mr Rooney! We will miss you dearly! Love you DMR! — Ben pic.twitter.com/94jtHKKeFO

— BigBen7.com (@_BigBen7) April 13, 2017

Coach Joseph on the passing of @Steelers Chairman Dan Rooney.

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— Denver Broncos (@Broncos) April 13, 2017

Statement from Buccaneers Co-Chairman Bryan Glazer on the passing of Steelers Owner Dan Rooney. pic.twitter.com/wHPkWSAwFa

— Tampa Bay Buccaneers (@TBBuccaneers) April 13, 2017

RIP Dan. My Mentor & friend. Thank you for your Guidance & Wisdom. I came a Young Coach & left a Better Man. Your spirit will live forever.

— Bill Cowher (@CowherCBS) April 13, 2017

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David Fincher’s Netflix Show ‘Mindhunter’ Gets Creepy First Trailer (Video)

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“Imagine what it takes to bludgeon someone to death, the lust for control, the feeling of arousal, the decision to humiliate a corpse.” So begins the first trailer for “Mindhunter,” David Fincher’s second series with Netflix following “House of Cards.”

The new show stars Jonathan Groff and Holt McCallany as two FBI agents who, in 1979, interview incarcerated serial killers in order to solve new cases.

“We can’t like everything we do,” Groff says in the preview. “We’re talking to serial killers. You want truffles? You gotta get in the dirt with the pigs.”

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The show is executive produced by Fincher and Charlize Theron and was shot in Pittsburgh throughout 2016. It was adapted from the book “Mind Hunter: Inside FBI’s Elite Serial Crime Unit” by Mark Olshaker and John E. Douglas, which chronicled Douglas’ personal experiences as a profiler for the FBI, where he specialized in investigating rapists and serial killers.

“Mindhunter” will debut this October on Netflix.

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Watch the trailer above.

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Pittsburgh Steelers’ Le’Veon Bell Drops Diss Track Against Skip Bayless (Audio)

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There’s no doubting Le’Veon Bell’s abilities on the field, but did anyone know that he could rap, too?

Even better, the Pittsburgh Steelers running back is using his hip-hop skills to tackle his on-air nemesis, Fox Sports’ talent Skip Bayless.

And while the Steelers won’t be playing in Super Bowl LI after being blown out by the New England Patriots in the AFC Championship game, Bell torched the “Undisputed” host with his diss track “Shrimp Bayless” on Monday.

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“Shrimp Bayless, I been hearing you lately. You love Jerry way too much you actin like y’all related. I got the Hall of Fame waiting, I’m the best and you hate it,” Bells raps.

“Probably ’cause my name is mentioned close with some of the greatest. And then they talk about patience, you close to testing my patience. You say whatever for ratings,” he continues.

“Sometimes I hate that you’re breathing, I think you’re a germ.” OUCH.

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Bell continues to blast Bayless with his rhyming tunes, deftly mixing in soundbites from “First Take” and FS1 debate show “Undisputed” to attack the host with his own words, even bringing up the never-ending Deflategate saga.

“If you keep talking all that nonsense I might call Richard Sherm … Deflate ya just like I’m Brady,” he says.

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This is not the first time Bell has gone on the offensive against Bayless.

Last May, he dropped a track called “Rubberbandz” after the sports media personality slammed him for complaining that other players were intentionally trying to hurt him.

“This is unbecoming of a Pittsburgh Steeler to come across as whining. Just shut up and go beat them next year,” Bayless had said.

I need to get on 1st take cuz I’m tired of @RealSkipBayless tlkin this & that when it comes to me! say what u need to say to me to my face

— Le’Veon Bell (@L_Bell26) May 26, 2016

Bayless is currently in Houston covering the upcoming Super Bowl between the Patriots and the Atlanta Falcons for Fox Sports. Meanwhile, Bell is currently on vacation until minicamp in the spring and free to try out his musical aspirations.

Listen to his latest creation on Sound Cloud below.

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