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Who Does Nikki Mudarris Want To Portray Her In The Biopic Of Her Life?

Let’s face it, we’ve all thought about which celebrity we would want to portray us in the movie version of our lives. So who does Love & Hip Hop Hollywood star Nikki Mudarris think would do the best job? Watch the clip above to find out! Hint, it’s a “really beautiful and talented” woman with a booty Nikki would kill for.

Bloomberg TV’s Stephanie Ruhle Owns Halloween

Forget Halloween… Let’s just call it Stephanie Ruhle Day! 

All Hallows Eve is the Bloomberg TV star anchor’s favorite holiday and she owns it. 

“I love Halloween because—unlike most holidays—there is no gift, travel, family or meal pressure. It’s just about a great party. I especially like costumes because everything is better when you are wearing an afro or a mustache. I spend my days interviewing people, so the last thing I want to do on a Friday night is walk into a crowded cocktail party and discuss jobs, real estate or school admissions….I am however interested in where a stranger may have picked up his chaps or her go-go boots,” Ruhle told Business Insider. 

She’s going to debut two costumes this year. Here’s the first one of Ruhle and her husband dressed and Bruce and Kris Jenner.

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Here’s another shot to get the full effect. 

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In case you’re in need of some inspiration, check out some of Ruhle’s past costumes she’s been posting to social media for the month of October. 

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They’re a great duo… 

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80s pop star Debbie Gibson and He-Man

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The milk man and the house wife

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Blair Waldorf and Chuck Bass

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Paris and Nicky Hilton

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The Osbournes

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“The Jersey Shore” 

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Spain orders Google to pay news publishers a tax for search results

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The Spanish parliament passed a ruling yesterday to allow news publishers to charge aggregators and search engines like Google each time they display news content in search results. The law, lobbied for by Spain’s AEDE group of news outlets, goes into effect on January 1, 2015, but it doesn’t yet specify how much aggregators and search engines could be charged. Google’s Spanish division responded saying it was disappointed with the decision, and will work to help news publishers in the country increase income. This is similar to a row in Germany earlier this October, between Google and a group of…

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10 Scary-Good Halloween Costumes Inspired By Music Videos

When you’re out going bump in the night this Halloween, resist the temptation to go the full I-G-G-Y. As hot as you’d look in geisha-white face paint, a Twitter feud with Snoop and a thirsty lacefront, you’ll just be one of a hundred. Stand out among the crowd by rocking a more unexpected music-video-inspired costume. Whip up one of these deep-cut outfits, send us a picture and let all the sexy people beg for it by asking, “Who dat? Who dat?”

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Hear Foo Fighters’ Rowdy, Nashville-Inspired Song ‘Congregation’

With the Nashville installment of Foo Fighters’ Sonic Highways HBO show set to air, the group has shared “Congregation,” the raucous, guitar-wailing song it wrote while drawing inspiration from Music City. Specifically, the track contains the line, “And they’re singing like a bluebird in the round,” presumably a reference to the city’s Bluebird Café, which played heavily into the Foos’ time in the city. The band recorded the tune at Nashville-based country artist Zac Brown’s Southern Ground Studios. The song will appear on the group’s upcoming eighth studio record, also titled Sonic Highways, which is due out November 10th.

News of the group’s Nashville interest came out in May when Dave Grohl made an appearance at the city’s Bluebird Café, where he played a set of Foo songs like “Everlong” and “Big Me” on acoustic guitar. “The Bluebird I knew a little bit about, but I learned a lot,” Grohl later said of the experience. “In Nashville, it seems like there are these rites of passage that you have to go through to become a star, whether you’re a singer or a songwriter, and the Bluebird is really one of those. If you can get down at the Bluebird, you’ve got a gig.”

A preview of the band’s Nashville episode shows Grohl performing at the Bluebird and joking with the audience, “One of these days, I’m gonna get my big break, man,” to laughter from the audience. It also shows interview snippets with Dolly Parton, who talks about the importance of the song in making it country music, and with Carrie Underwood, who talks about how people come to Nashville to write.

In an interview with Billboard, Grohl said he hoped to answer the question, “Why did country go to Nashville?” He also revealed to Rolling Stone that he had spoken in depth with country artists about the genre’s roots in the church.

Earlier in October, Foo Fighters shared their Chicago-inspired song “Something From Nothing,” which also appeared in the series premiere.

In addition to recording at Brown’s studio, Grohl has had a long history with the country artist. Last November, he played drums with Brown during the singer’s CMA Awards performance. And earlier this month, Brown joined the Foo Fighters during their Late Show With David Letterman residency to jam out Black Sabbath’s classic “War Pigs.”

Grohl also produced Brown’s EP The Grohl Sessions, Vol. 1, which came out last December. “The first time I ever heard Zac was when I hit record in Nashville and said, ‘Okay, we’re rolling,'” Grohl told Rolling Stone in 2013. “I’d never heard one note of his music. They’re unbelievable. The band is so good they can be tracked live. We didn’t fuck with computers; we tracked live, four-part harmonies around one microphone. It’s rocking.”

We Might Not Know Who Controls The Senate For A While — And It Could Create Total Chaos In Washington

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Next week, voters will head to the polls, but the biggest question of this year’s midterm election — whether Republicans take control of the US Senate — could be in limbo for another two months.

Party strategists have long prepared for the possibility two of the most contentious Senate races — in Louisiana and Georgia — could both go into a runoff.

With both races tight, the two runoff appear more and more likely, and if they end up being the decisive for Senate control, the unprecedented scenario could throw Washington for a loop during the planned lame-duck session of Congress. It could force party leaders to change strategy and shelve legislative priorities in favor of another few weeks of midterm politics.

Both Louisiana and Georgia will hold runoffs if no candidate gets more than 50% of the vote in next Tuesday’s election.

Right now, in Louisiana, where Rob Maness is siphoning votes from fellow Republican and establishment candidate Bill Cassidy, a runoff between Cassidy and incumbent Democratic Sen. Mary Landrieu seems all but certain.

And in Georgia, both Republican candidate David Perdue and Democrat Michelle Nunn are polling under 50%. Georgia’s runoff also wouldn’t be held until Jan. 6 — three days after the planned start of the next session of Congress. 

Even if the Republicans take the Senate, Democratic Majority Leader Harry Reid would hold his position for the first few days of the year. Republican Minority Leader Mitch McConnell would be due to take over on January 5, which means leadership would be in limbo for at least a full day in addition to the lame duck period at the end of this year.

A Democratic strategist who spoke to Business Insider floated several plausible scenarios that would leave the Senate hanging until Jan. 6:

  • Republicans win expected races in South Dakota, Montana, and West Virginia. That would give both parties 45 Senate seats.
  • Democrats hold on in New Hampshire and North Carolina, and pull off surprises in two of three states where they currently trail in the polls: Alaska, Iowa, and Colorado. This would give them 49 seats.
  • Republicans stay on top in Kentucky and Kansas, where two of their most senior members — Minority Leader Mitch McConnell and Sen. Pat Roberts — are facing close races. And they win one of Alaska, Iowa, or Colorado. This would give them 48 seats to the Democrats’ 49 and would make Louisiana and Georgia vital.

U.S. President Barack Obama talks with U.S. Senator Mary LandrieuLouisiana is considered more likely to determine control of the Senate, since polls and current conditions on the ground favor Republicans to win at least two of Alaska, Iowa, and Colorado. Under that scenario, if the GOP also won Louisiana’s runoff on Dec. 6, they would capture control of the Senate.

However, if the Democrats do surprise on election night, it would mean Republicans would have to win both runoffs in Louisiana and Georgia to take the Senate. But Cassidy is favored to win a runoff in Louisiana, as Landrieu hasn’t led in a head-to-head poll between the two candidates since July. 

“There’s definitely a good chance the Republicans will be stuck at 50 seats on Election Day and need one of those two runoffs to clinch control,” Tom Jensen, the director of Public Policy Polling, told Business Insider.

“I think their chances of doing so will be pretty strong though. Almost everyone in Louisiana voting for one of the candidates other than Landrieu and Cassidy says Cassidy would be their second choice, so he would at least start out as the favorite in a runoff even if Landrieu finishes first next Tuesday.”

If Louisiana’s runoff does not decide Senate control, however, it would be a sprint to the eventual finish in Georgia in January. Both parties would deploy operatives to one or both of the states, and there would be a fresh push for new donations.

Analysts consider it likely parties and outside groups will pour tens of millions of dollars into both runoffs combined. But the situation would also add a wrinkle in the donor factor — campaign finance law counts runoffs as an extension of the initial race and not a new one, meaning that fundraisers who have already maxed out to candidates or party committees could not donate again.

For Democrats, the key to winning a runoff in Georgia would be maintaining momentum Nunn has gathered over the past few weeks. In Georgia’s two previous Senate runoffs, turnout fell more than 40% from Election Day to January — though those runoffs came in presidential years, meaning there could be less of a drop this time.

Ironically, it would be a much better situation for Nunn if Senate control was already decided on Election Day — even if it meant Republicans gained control of the chamber.

“Given David Perdue’s troubles, it’s possible that having two more months could help Michelle Nunn’s campaign find further weaknesses to exploit,” said Geoffrey Skelley, an associate editor at Larry Sabato’s “Crystal Ball.”

“At the same time, if Georgia’s race is set to decide things, it will be harder and harder for Nunn to maintain separation from her and national Democrats, especially if the lame duck Senate is taking major action.”

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If Senate control hangs in the balance ahead of the runoff elections, it could have a “halting effect” on the start of the lame duck session, said Chris Krueger, an analyst at Guggenheim Securities. It could also shift the priorities of Democrats, who have talked up an ambitious lame-duck agenda.

Reid has said he plans to try to confirm as many of Obama’s executive and judicial nominees as possible while Democrats still have a majority. The White House also hasn’t ruled out trying to get a new Attorney General  to replace Eric Holder confirmed during the lame-duck session. But if Senate control is still to be determined, Reid might be wary of making Landrieu take tough polarizing votes Republicans could use against her in a runoff.

“I think it’s highly likely Democrats rethink their operating strategy if Senate control rests on the runoffs,” a senior Republican Senate aide told Business Insider. “The prospect of losing Senate control based on pushing their liberal agenda through in [the lame-duck session] is something I’d say they’re taking very seriously.”

The scenario could also further delay one of Obama’s biggest priorities of the next few months — taking executive action to reform the nation’s immigration system.

The thinking, according to multiple Republican congressional aides, is the president would not want to take any action that could be fodder for Republicans in both Louisiana and Georgia. Opposition to the immigration reform favored by Obama and other Democrats has been a key driver of conservatives to the voting booth.

“The things they’d be voting on are the exact things they probably wouldn’t want to be voting on,” the Republican aide said. “And the things they might want to happen probably wouldn’t.”

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Music for Writing IV A New Music

1. 00:00:00 – Setting the Trap – Home Alone
2. 00:02:09 – Silver Linings Playbook – Danny Elfman
3. 00:04:00 – Malfoy's Mission – Nicholas Hooper – Harry Potter and the Half Blood Prince
4. 00:06:25 – Death of Sirius – Nicholas Hooper – Harry Potter and the Order of the Pheonix
5. 00:07:33 – Slughorn's Confession – Nicholas Hooper – Harry Potter and the Half Blood Prince
6. 00:08:41 – The Battle Room – Steven Jablonsky – Ender's Game
7. 00:11:13 – Commander – Steve Jablonsky – Ender's Game
8. 00:13:41 – Qui Gon's Noble End – John Williams – Star Wars
9. 00:14:44 – The Drink of Despair – Nicholas Hooper – Harry Potter and the Half Blood Prince
10. 00:16:09 – Gathering all the Na'vi Clans for Battle – James Horner – Avatar
11. 00:17:34 – Quaritch – James Horner – Avatar
12. 00:20:54 – The Reptile Room – James Newton Howard – A Series of Unfortunate Events
13. 00:21:55 – Curdled Cave – James Newton Howard – A Series of Unfortunate Events
14. 00:23:09 – Legends – Jason Hayes – World of Warcraft
15. 00:25:49 – The Road to Isengard – Howard Shore – Lord of the Rings
16. 00:27:14 – Rohan – Howard Shore – Lord of the Rings
17. 00:29:11 – The Battle of the Pelennor Fields – Howard Shore – Lord of the Rings
18. 00:30:45 – Resilience – James Newton Howard – A Series of Unfortunate Events
19. 00:31:41 – A Woeful Wedding – James Newton Howard – A Series of Unfortunate Events
20. 00:32:50 – The Last March of the Ents – Howard Shore – Lord of the Rings
21. 00:33:54 – Dragon Army – Steve Jablonsky – Ender's Game
22. 00:36:03 – Dragon's Win – Steve Jablonsky – Ender's Game
23. 00:38:41 – When Ginny Kissed Harry – Nicholas Hooper – Harry Potter and the Half Blood Prince
24. 00:39:47 – Dantooine – Star Wars Knights of the Old Republic
25. 00:41:16 – Shingeki no Kyojin – Vogel im Kafig – Attack on Titan
26. 00:44:32 – Battle of the heroes – John Williams – Star Wars
27. 00:46:41 – Night Iridescene – James Horner – Avatar
28. 00:50:09 – Becoming one of The People – James Horner – Avatar
29. 00:56:48 – Athair Ar Neamh – Enya – Taliesin Orchestra
30. 00:59:31 – Brother – Full Metal Alchemist
31. 01:03:14 – Put the Pint Down – Steven Price – The World's End
32. 01:05:57 – Big Daddy's Death – Kickass
33. 01:09:26 – Death is the Road to Awe – Clint Mansell – The Fountain
34. 01:13:00 – Batman The Dark Knight – Hans Zimmer
35. 01:16:33 – The Kraken – Hans Zimmer – Pirates of the Caribbean
37. 01:17:58 – Jenova – Nobuo Uematsu – Final Fantasy VII Advent Children
38. 01:19:23 – Zi-Zi's Journey – Lindsey Stirling
39. 01:22:36 – Pacific Rim Theme – Ramin Djawadi
40. 01:26:15 – Carol of Bells – Metallica

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