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Drew Barrymore has revealed she and Adam Sandler are not done starring in movies together if they can find the right roles.
Hollywood actress Viola Davis has revealed she felt 'very flattered' and 'deeply moved' to be asked to play Michael Jordan's mum in Air
China’s Xi makes 1st Moscow visit as Putin wages Ukraine war
The homes that helped many people build wealth can become a burden in retirement. It’s not just the big maintenance and repair bills. Few homes are set up to support aging in place, and remodeling them to be safer can be expensive. Selling the house could help you tap equity to supplement your retirement income, and renting — at least for a while — could give you the flexibility to find a more engaging, supportive and affordable community. Here’s what to consider before you sell your home and make the switch to renting.
Energy Industry Experts Weigh in On Latest Rystad Energy shale well study indicating potential answer for accelerated productivity declines
EAU CLAIRE, Wis., March 20, 2023 (SEND2PRESS NEWSWIRE) — Rystad Energy, one of North America’s most respected energy research firms, recently completed a second study of nearly 900 shale wells in the Permian basin in West Texas. The study compares wells completed using in-basin sand (IBS) wi…
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Police say five children from Connecticut, ranging in age from 8 to 17, were killed in a fiery crash on a New York highway. Police say the vehicle crashed early Sunday. Police believe the vehicle was being driven by a 16-year-old boy when it veered off the Hutchinson River Parkway in Scarsdale, hit a tree and caught fire. Westchester County police say a 9-year-old boy, the sixth person in the Nissan Rogue, was the only survivor. The surviving boy appears to have been riding in the rear hatchback and cargo area and escaped with injuries that were not life-threatening.
Much of the debate about combating online misinformation and extremism revolves around government regulations and changes made by social media platforms. Teaching people how to be better internet users gets less attention. That may be changing as educators around the country push for greater digital media literacy education. The U.S. trails many Western democracies when it comes to teaching critical thinking skills that can help users avoid misinformation. Advocates call it an issue of economic competitiveness. They say that a failure to expand digital literacy programs could lead to greater misinformation and polarization.
One of President Joe Biden’s nominees to a federal appeals court has generated rare concern from some Democrats and outside groups. They question the nominee's involvement in a legal brief defending a New Hampshire parental notification law, injecting the issue of abortion into the confirmation fight from an unexpected flank. Michael Delaney is nominated for the Boston-based 1st U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals. Also sparking questions was Delaney's representation of a private boarding school sued over a sexual assault. New Hampshire's two Democratic senators support Delaney's confirmation. Up to four other Democrats in the closely divided Senate have reservations. Delaney said in written testimony to senators he did not write the 2005 brief.
Three people are dead in what authorities say was a shooting in an Atlanta-area home early Monday. WSB-TV reports the Rockdale County Sheriff’s Office received a report of gunshots at 12:10 a.m. in the Honey Creek Country Club neighborhood of Conyers, Georgia, about 30 miles east of Atlanta. Deputies arrived and found three people who had been shot. The victims were pronounced dead at the scene and were not immediately identified. WSB-TV reports a suspect who was not immediately identified was in custody and an investigation was ongoing early Monday.
Gloria Dea, touted as the first magician to perform on what became the Las Vegas Strip in the early 1940s, has died. She was 100. One of Dea's caretakers says she died Saturday at her Las Vegas residence. A memorial is being planned. Dea also appeared in several movies in the 1940s and ’50s, including “King of the Congo," starring Buster Crabbe, in 1952. Dea was 19 when she performed at El Rancho Vegas on May 14, 1941. The Las Vegas Review-Journal says Dea's show at the Roundup Room is the first recorded appearance by a magician in Las Vegas. After appearing in some moves in the mid-1940s and 1950s, Dea moved from California to Las Vegas in 1980.
No Republican has done more to restrict abortion rights than Donald Trump. But in the early days of the 2024 presidential contest, no Republican has worked harder to avoid the issue than the former president either. More than his GOP rivals, Trump is sidestepping the polarizing topic just nine months after he celebrated the Supreme Court's stunning decision to strip women’s constitutional right to abortion. Look no further than Trump’s trip to Iowa last week for evidence of his balancing act. Trump repeatedly refused to say whether he would support a federal abortion ban when asked. And in multiple public appearances, he didn't mention the word “abortion” once.
Stanford becomes first No. 1 seed since 2009 not to reach Sweet 16 of women's NCAA Tournament, losing to Mississippi
Stanford becomes first No. 1 seed since 2009 not to reach Sweet 16 of women's NCAA Tournament, losing to Mississippi.
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