Promoting his new book, Mike Pence spoke one-on-one with Eyewitness News anchor Sandra Bookman on Tuesday about the current state of politics and the Republican party.
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In 2008, Satoshi Nakamoto appeared out of the ether to establish the world’s first cryptocurrency. Then he disappeared just as abruptly.
A 2019 survey by the British National Citizens Service mentoring group found that the average retiree grows bored after just one year. Retirement is “the perfect time to experiment with things you think would be fun and diverting,” says Kathy Kristof, founder and chief executive of the Sidehusl.com site, which reviews and rates more than 450 online platforms. Kathleen Coxwell, director of brand and communications at the retirement planning site New Retirement, pointed me to a 2019 University of California-Riverside study proving that.
FTX and Alameda Research founder Sam Bankman-Fried has spent the week on what may be a genuinely unprecedented media tour, sitting for a series of extended interviews, even in the face of his likely imminent arrest for criminal financial fraud. One of those interviews, with the New York Times’ Andrew Ross Sorkin, was already scheduled before the unmasking of FTX and Alameda in November.
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Men are allowed to disregard their appearance in ways women cannot if we wish to get hired, let alone get billions in start-up cash.
In 2008, the managing partner and principal of Aquamarine Capital, Guy Spier, and his colleague Mohnish Pabrai got the rare opportunity to attend a charity lunch with famed investor Warren Buffett....
Researchers inspecting a New Testament manuscript in Oxford’s Bodleian Library have discovered Medieval scribbles in the tome’s margins that they believe link the text to a woman named Eadburg.
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"I would like to leave some record of the kind of life that existed in a very small world."
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The acclaimed author is painting transgender rights as a threat to women's rights.
The novel, a new adaptation of which is now on Netflix, was originally published in the late 1920s but did not reach mass audiences until closer to 1960
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Pedro Arvelo rarely went to the hospital in his youth. He was healthy. But then something started to feel off in the early 2000s. Simple tasks like climbing the stairs at work left him feeling exhausted and weak. Then on April 25, 2006, he suffered a stroke that hindered his balance and ability to walk.
With 2022 coming to a close, there has been a wave of Black women representation on both the small and big screen. From AMC’s Interview with the Vampire to Netflix’s SandMan and more, we’ve seen ourselves in a plethora of genres — including, for a rare first time, in the world of fantasy. However, the […]
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GOP Dark Money, Die-Hard Veganism and One Credit Card Left: The Biggest Revelations From SBF’s Media Frenzy
Photo by Michael M. Santiago/Getty ImagesFacing down more than a million angry customers, an $8 billion funding shortfall, and possible criminal charges, you would have thought now would be a good time for Sam Bankman-Fried to make himself scarce. He hasn’t.Instead, the 30-year-old founder of the crypto exchange FTX has embarked on a veritable media marathon, conducting interviews with The New York Times, New York Magazine, Good Morning America, and Axios in the last week alone.All of this comes
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Jane Fonda, 84, says her biggest fear is dying with regrets: ‘I want to feel that I’ve done my very best’
"We never know how we’re gonna die but it’s important to envision how you want it to be," Fonda says.
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TheWrap magazine: Director Edward Berger says he wanted to infuse the classic anti-war story with "a sense of guilt, shame, terror, horror"
*Warning: Spoilers ahead* Fans of the book have been dreading this moment. Those who didn’t read it likely never saw it coming. But regardless of how you feel, it’s time to discuss the part 1 finale of Firefly Lane season 2. The first part of the show’s second season premiered on Netflix this week, and it included nine binge-worthy episodes. The finale introduced a not-so-shocking twist that set the stage for what’s to come in part 2 (expected sometime in 2023). DIYAH PERA/NETFLIX It all starts
- The Oklahoman
The Oklahoman's food editor of 14 years reflects on 32 years as a journalist in Oklahoma City covering sports, politics, community news.
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Jonathan Majors and Glen Powell portray dynamic duo Jesse Brown and Tom Hudner
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In this documentary, the filmmaker tries to publish the truth, not the legend, of inventor Richard Davis
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The Grimke sisters left behind their slaveholding families to take up the cause of abolition. Their brother’s children were held in bondage.
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Guy Pearce stars in this psychological thriller of obsession and deceit. Bruce Cogburn (Pearce), a reclusive and controversial author of the famed book The Infernal Machine, is drawn out of hiding when he begins to receive endless letters from an obsessive fan. What ensues is a dangerous labyrinth as Bruce searches for the person behind the cryptic messages… forcing him to confront his past and ultimately revealing the truth behind The Infernal Machine.