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Pornhub reveals what people are searching for to celebrate St. Patrick's Day

Pornhub reveals what people are searching for to celebrate St. Patrick's DayAh, St. Patrick's Day! A chaotic time filled with green beer, and, if you're surfing Pornhub, looking for leprechauns and shamrocks.According to data from the popular adult video site, searches for "leprechauns" (which are totally real, by the way) spike over 1,200 percent on the Irish-themed holiday while searches for, well, "St. Patrick's Day" increase by over 1,000 percent. More interesting are the increases for "shamrock" (811 percent), "clover" (328 percent), and "luck" (251 percent).Pornhub really does have a flair for the Irish on St. Patrick's Day.Image: PornhubAs one would expect, searches for anything "Irish" have a sizable increase on the holiday itself, with a spike of 429 percent. Searches for "lucky" increase by 171 percent over average daily searches. Obligatory!Image: PornhubPerhaps the most entertaining surges come misspellings that may be a wee bit inspired by an over-consumption of green beer or whiskey. Misspelled "hentai" searches increase by 18 percent on St. Patrick's Day with "hentia" being the most popular misspelling (31 percent).SEE ALSO: Pornhub reveals what women are searching in honor of International Women's DayBut even the easiest terms are a bit harder to type in once you've had one too many shots of Jameson: "MILF" sees an increase in misspellings of 9 percent. "Milff" leads the pack as the most common mistake.It's tough to drink and search for porn at the same time.Image: PornhubHowever you decide to celebrate St. Patrick's Day, please do so responsibly — and know that Pornhub's autocorrect feature will deliver you safely to your desired destination no matter how clumsy you type.  WATCH: 10 Irish films to watch on Netflix for St. Patrick's Day



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Jussie Smollett case: Two men released after police interrogation reveals 'new evidence'

Jussie Smollett case: Two men released after police interrogation reveals 'new evidence'Chicago police arrested two men they previously identified as "potential suspects" for the Jan. 29 attack on "Empire" actor Jussie Smollett. The men were released Friday.



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Tucker Carlson: New audio reveals Fox News host calling Iraqis 'semi-literate monkeys' and using homophobic slur

Tucker Carlson: New audio reveals Fox News host calling Iraqis 'semi-literate monkeys' and using homophobic slurNew audio recordings have emerged purporting to show Fox News host Tucker Carlson calling Iraqis “semi-literate, primitive monkeys” and questioning Barack Obama’s identity as a black man. The Tucker Carlson Tonight presenter can be heard saying white men deserve credit for “creating civilisation” and using a homophobic slur while joking with radio personality Bubba the Love Sponge. Media Matters for America (MMFA), a self-declared watchdog of “conservative misinformation”, said the clips originated from between 2006 and 2011.



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Gloria Allred reveals she's given investigators what looks like a third R. Kelly sex tape

Gloria Allred reveals she's given investigators what looks like a third R. Kelly sex tapeAttorney Gloria Allred says her client has discovered another tape that appears to show embattled singer R. Kelly sexually abusing underage girls.



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Senator McSally Reveals She Was Raped While Serving in Air Force

Senator McSally Reveals She Was Raped While Serving in Air ForceThe Arizona Republican, the first female fighter pilot to fly in combat, said she initially didn’t report instances of sexual assault while in the military because she, like others, didn’t trust the system for dealing with such incidents in the armed forces. The perpetrators abused their position of power in profound ways,” said McSally, 52. “I almost separated from the Air Force at 18 years of service over my despair.



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Increase in migrant detentions at US border reveals Trump's policy failure

Increase in migrant detentions at US border reveals Trump's policy failureExperts say officials have failed to acknowledge violence and instability in Central America and say system of ‘metering’ is not working Central American migrants at the border. In smaller border towns, such as Laredo in west Texas, only up to two people are being let in each day. Photograph: John Moore/Getty Images A staggering increase in the number of families apprehended at the US-Mexico border in February has highlighted the Trump administration’s failure to respond to the rise in Central Americans seeking protection in the US. In February, 66,450 people were apprehended at the US-Mexico border by Customs and Border Protection (CBP), the agency announced on Tuesday – 17,800 more than were apprehended in January and double the number who were apprehended in February last year. Despite well-documented problems with violence and political instability in the countries people are fleeing, the administration has instead blamed “activist courts, congressional inaction, and criminals”. As the homeland security, secretary Kirstjen Nielsen, testified publicly on Capitol Hill on Wednesday about the latest border developments, Michelle Brané, the director of the migrant rights and justice program at the Women’s Refugee Commission, told the Guardian it was unrealistic to only acknowledge the “pull factors” luring people to the US. “People know that it is harder than ever to get to the United States. They know that they face detention, and possible [family] separation. They know all of that and yet they are still coming,” Brané said. The majority of those apprehended in February were from Guatemala, Honduras and El Salvador – the northern triangle countries beset by violence, systemic corruption and gang activity. These countries are also vulnerable to climate change, which has forced agricultural workers off their land and caused food insecurity. The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) did not acknowledge the factors driving migrants to leave in its announcement about the new data. “The truth is that the politics and policies of open borders have failed the American people,” Nielsen said in a statement. Brané said that for decades the US has been seen as a place where migrants can seek asylum and receive protections, so the increase cannot simply be attributed to the potential to get immigration relief or jobs. “We need to look at what is driving people to come,” Brané said. About 90% of those apprehended in February were from Guatemala, where farmers are being driven off their land and violence is widespread. There was also a dramatic increase in the number of Hondurans apprehended – from 10,047 in January to 17,523 in February. Members of a caravan that left Honduras’s violent industrial hub, San Pedro Sula, in January complained of poverty, violence and political instability. There has been a marked increase in people fleeing Central America since October, and the Trump administration has changed the way people are processed for asylum at designated ports of entry and placed new restrictions on how many people can be seen at one time. These restrictions, known as metering, have left asylum seekers stranded in Mexican border towns, waiting weeks or months, to become one of the few people processed each day for asylum, according to a February report by the Robert Strauss Center’s Mexico Security Initiative, UC San Diego’s Center for US-Mexican Studies and the Migration Policy Centre. In smaller border towns, such as Laredo in west Texas, only up to two people are being let in each day, according to the report. In Tijuana, 60 to 80 people are processed each day, out of about 2,300 waiting for an average of six weeks. In December, 5,000 people were waiting there, but thousands have since abandoned the line to attempt crossing outside the checkpoint, to stay in Mexico or to return home. “It would be much better, for the migrants and for the government and for our policies, to be able to process people in an orderly fashion through ports of entry,” Brané said. “The administration’s policies that are driving people away from that do nothing but create more chaos and danger.” The apprehension figures published Tuesday are still below the rates in the 1990s and 2000s, when those seeking entry to the US were mostly Mexican men traveling by themselves instead of the Central American families leading the increase today.



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Trump accused of ‘not working hard enough’ as schedule reveals he averaged one event a day in January

Trump accused of ‘not working hard enough’ as schedule reveals he averaged one event a day in JanuaryDonald Trump participated in just one event per day on average throughout January, according to his public schedule, amid mounting accusations he is not working hard enough as president. Overall, Mr Trump’s public schedule showed a total of 32 events in the 31 days throughout January – not including his daily intelligence briefings, personal fundraisers or private White House lunches.



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'El Chapo' trial reveals drug lord's love life, business dealings

'El Chapo' trial reveals drug lord's love life, business dealingsIn one recorded call, Guzman tells an associate, “Don’t be so harsh… take it easy with the police.” The partner responds: “You taught us to be a wolf.” ** Text messages between Guzman and his wife, Emma Coronel, often turned to family matters. “I’m going to give her an AK-47 so she can hang with me.” ** After Coronel said she saw a suspicious car, Guzman wrote to her, “You go ahead and lead a normal life. The same day, he grinned broadly at audience member Alejandro Edda, the Mexican actor who plays Guzman in the Netflix television drama “Narcos.” LOVERS AND BUSINESS ** Multiple “wives” visited Guzman when he was hiding in Sinaloa, said Alex Cifuentes, a former close partner.



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Mueller Reveals ‘Senior’ Trump Campaign Push for Stolen Emails

Mueller Reveals ‘Senior’ Trump Campaign Push for Stolen EmailsTrump isn’t addressed directly in the 24-page indictment of his longtime political ally, but the detailed account of the interaction of his campaign and allies with WikiLeaks raises new questions about whether Trump or his family played a direct role in trying to communicate with the secretive foreign group that has been linked to Russia. The key passage in the indictment relates to a set of DNC emails released on July 22, 2016.



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'El Chapo' trial reveals drug lord's love life, business dealings

'El Chapo' trial reveals drug lord's love life, business dealingsThe prosecution may rest as early as Monday, turning the case over to Guzman’s defense lawyers, who claim the 61-year-old whose nickname means “Shorty” had a smaller role in the Sinaloa Cartel than prosecutors claim. – Text messages between Guzman and his wife, Emma Coronel, often turned to family matters. – After Coronel said she saw a suspicious car, Guzman wrote to her, “You go ahead and lead a normal life.



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