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A new biography of Peter Thiel says Zuckerberg worked with Jared Kushner on a deal
Yahoo Sports’ Dan Wetzel and Pete Thamel, and Sports Illustrated’s Pat Forde discuss Cincinnati’s win over Indiana, and how its matchup with Notre Dame in two weeks could prove to be a deciding factor in the Bearcats’ hope for a spot in the College Football Playoff.
Strand Releasing has unveiled the trailer for Eric Steel’s coming-of-age film “Minyan” which world premiered at the Berlin Film Festival and won a special mention at the Jerusalem fest. The feature debut will have its North American premiere in New York on Oct. 22., followed by a release in Los Angeles, San Francisco, Chicago and […]
Amazon's mid-sized smart home display moonlights as an entertainment center, a digital photo frame, a video call hub and more.
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Everyone is looking to the Packers on Monday Night. I'll be looking to the Lions to contend.
We're near the finish line in fantasy baseball leagues. Fred Zinkie breaks down 13 hitters who could help you move up in the standings this week.
The first episode of “NCIS” premiered in 2004 with news footage of George W. Bush boarding Air Force One transforming into a scripted scene of a fictional George W. Bush joshing about barbecue before one of his new bodyguard mysteriously drops dead. Forty-some odd minutes of Mark Harmon being right, Sasha Alexander frowning, and countless […]
Student loans have been paused since last March, but as the federal government prepares to restart the payment machinery in a couple of months, it anticipates a "psychological hurdle" to cross when convincing borrowers to repay their debt.
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This top-rated weatherproof model rivals Nest and Ring — for a lot less.
Amid strict COVID-19 protocols, the iHeartRadio Music Festival returned to Las Vegas’ T-Mobile Arena over the weekend. Acts including Dua Lipa, Finneas, Nelly and Weezer kicked off the concert showcase on Friday night, with Coldplay, Billie Eilish, Khalid and Sam Hunt among Saturday’s lineup. The Daytime Stage also returned with Olivia Rodrigo, The Kid LAROI, […]
"I have seen some of the footage. I don't have the full context. I can't imagine what context would make that appropriate," White House spokeswoman Jen Psaki told reporters."I don't think anyone seeing that footage would think it was acceptable or appropriate," she said.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) -The top Democrats in the U.S. Congress on Monday said they would aim to continue funding the government and increase its borrowing authority in a single bill in coming days, setting up a showdown with Republicans who have vowed not to approve more debt. House of Representatives Speaker Nancy Pelosi and Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer said the bill, which must pass by Oct. 1 to avoid the third partial government shutdown in the past decade, would also suspend the nation's borrowing limit until after the 2022 elections that will determine which party controls Congress. But with Senate Republicans vowing to oppose any increase in federal borrowing authority, the two parties are engaging in a dangerous game that could cause widespread government disruptions or at the very least rattle financial markets until a deal is reached.
Sultry toon is being transformed from damsel in distress to private investigator at Disneyland's Roger Rabbit ride. "Disney does not understand the concept of Jessica Rabbit," grouses one fan.
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Sophie, Countess of Wessex, was caught admiring a giant pumpkin as she attended the first autumn Chelsea Flower Show with her husband Prince Edward. During a tour of the Royal Horticultural Society exhibition, which this year focuses on the climate crisis, Sophie pointed to the gargantuan gourd and exclaimed: "Wow! You could sit in that." .
Congress must fund the government in the next 10 days, or risk a federal shutdown. All this while Democratic lawmakers are laboring to shoulder President Joe Biden’s massive $3.5 trillion “build back better” agenda through the House and Senate with stark opposition from Republicans. The magnitude of the challenges ahead and the speed required to accomplish the job are like nothing Congress has faced in recent memory, situating Biden’s entire domestic agenda and the political fate of his Democratic party at a crucial moment.