Inside Edition
Inside Edition 17 Oct 2020

'Borat' Prank Horrifies Cotillion Group of Dads and Daughters

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Comedian Sacha Baron Cohen is back as his iconic character Borat. Once again, Cohen went undercover and mocked everyone in his path. This time, he targeted the old-fashion cotillion ball, where young women take etiquette classes and learn how to formally dance. Borat and the actress playing his daughter dropped in on a cotillion ball in Georgia. As expected, it was jaw-dropping and raunchy — in one moment, the actress pulled up her dress to reveal she wasn't wearing underwear.


The college football season has started. Group of Five games kicked off Labor Day weekend. The Big 12 and ACC get rolling this weekend. So I guess we better get done previewing this very odd season that followed a most-bizarre and chaotic offseason. We have already done preview of the ACC and Big 12. Heck we even did one of the Pac-12, before the conference postponed fall football. We never got to the Big Ten, before it punted on the fall. What's left to do is preview the Southeastern Conference and the Group of Five leagues that are giving it a go this September.

To take a deep dive into the SEC, Cole Cubelic of ESPN and the SEC Network joins AP's Ralph Russo. Then Chris Vannini of The Athletic joins the show to talk about the American Athletic Conference, Sun Belt and Conference USA.
New laws banning people from meeting in groups of more than 6 have come into force in England, Scotland and Wales.

In England, where fines of up to £3,200 apply, the Home Office minister Kit Malthouse urged people to report their neighbours to police if they're seen breaking the new laws.

But guidance has yet to be issued to police forces on how to enforce the rules which differ across England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland.

Meanwhile the first minister of Scotland Nicola Sturgeon has been accused of "playing politics with the pandemic" after she expressed serious concerns about a reported backlog of coronavirus test results.

The health minister for England, Matt Hancock, said the vast majority of people are getting results quickly. However a shortage of of staff in government laboratories is presenting significant challenges.

Huw Edwards presents BBC News at Ten reporting from Jon Kay and health editor Hugh Pym.
The high-level meeting of the United Nations General Assembly will be a key opportunity to bring to the forefront the relevance of the Beijing Declaration and move the needle on implementation. Attended by global leaders on "Accelerating the Realization of Gender Equality and the Empowerment of all Women and Girls" the event will showcase how building equal and inclusive societies is more urgent than ever, as the COVID-19 pandemic ravages lives and livelihoods. 

Under the theme, "Accelerating the realization of gender equality and the empowerment of all women and girls", this high-level meeting of the General Assembly aims to demonstrate the political will and leadership that will bring about the transformative change needed to address root causes, structural barriers, discriminatory practices and social norms that underpin discrimination and inequality. The event will also showcase concrete actions, plans and commitments to accelerate the achievement of gender equality and the empowerment of all women and girls by 2030, including in support of the role of civil society organizations and youth.

9 - 10 a.m.: Opening segment
10 a.m. - 6.30 p.m.: Plenary segment
6.30p.m. - 7 p.m.: Closing segment

The opening segment will feature statements by the President of the General Assembly, the Secretary-General, a representative of China as the host country of the Fourth World Conference on Women, the Under-Secretary-General and Executive Director of the United Nations Entity for Gender Equality and the Empowerment of Women (UN-Women), the Executive Director of the United Nations Population Fund, the Chair of the Committee on the Elimination of Discrimination against Women, the Chair of the Working Group of the Human Rights Council on the issue of discrimination against women in law and in practice and the Special Rapporteur of the Human Rights Council on violence against women, its causes and consequences. In addition, an eminent high-level champion of gender equality, a representative from civil society and a young woman leader, all to be selected by the President of the Assembly in consultation with Member States, will take part.
President Trump Observes a Signing Ceremony with the President of the Republic of Serbia and the Prime Minister of the Republic of Kosovo

The White House

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