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Seth Rogen’s Mom Just Mommed Him So Hard About His First Book

Seth Rogen is about to publish his first book in May, and his mother would personally like to prepare us for the amount of “drug talk” it contains. The book, which Seth’s mother Sandy Rogen says is not so much a memoir but more of “a bunch of funny stories,” is called  “Yearbook” and is coming out on May 11 from Penguin Random House.... go to Article >

Derek Chauvin Trial: 4 Major Takeaways From The Final Week Of Testimony

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The final week of testimony in the high-profile trial of Derek Chauvin, the former Minneapolis police officer charged in the death last May of George Floyd, wrapped up Thursday as tensions in the city swelled. Chauvin has been charged with... read more

How does Joe Biden escape the White House bubble? Dashing home to Delaware, attending mass, and buying pliers, of course.

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Summary List PlacementPresident Joe Biden has said he feels "extremely self-conscious" when people wait on him at the White House. Life at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue, as he put it in a CNN town hall, is "a little like a gilded cage in terms of... read more

How Gerry McGovern will redefine Jaguar for the electric era

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Design has been chosen to set Jaguar apart from other ‘attainable luxury’ brands when it goes electric only from 2025. We get the lowdown from its new creative chief What will Gerry McGovern do at Jaguar? This has been the hottest question in... read more

Seth Rogen Joins Steven Spielberg Film Based on Filmmaker’s Youth

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Seth Rogen is in talks to star in the untitled Steven Spielberg film loosely based on the filmmaker’s youth growing up in Arizona. Rogen would play the part inspired by Spielberg’s favorite uncle. Four-time Oscar nominee Michelle Williams is in... read more

43 of the best fantasy books to help you escape reality

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  Summary List Placement Fantasy books have huge cult followings, with readers devouring 800-page journeys through mythical worlds. There are a ton of sub-genres so any reader can find something that interests them. This list has epic classics... read more

Man finds shrimp tails in his Cinnamon Toast Crunch, but the company says it's just sugar

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If you’re a devoted fan of Cinnamon Toast Crunch cereal and don’t plan to stop any time soon, you should probably turn away now.... read more

I’m A Black Mother And Educator. Here’s Why I Let My Kids Read Racist Books

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It was just after the news broke about Dr. Seuss that I pulled my kids onto the living room couch for family read-aloud time. I decided that we were going to read Dr. Seuss’ And to Think That I Saw it on Mulberry Street. I cradled the book in... read more

Let’s talk about Hakim Ziyech’s brilliant FA Cup goal

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Photo by Clive Rose/Getty Images Wizards gonna wizard y’all Chelsea defeated Sheffield United 2-0 in the FA Cup quarter-final, earning them an encounter with Manchester City at Wembley for the next stage. A glance at the... read more

These 12 Gen Z staffers are making their mark in the Biden administration. They're primed to be the future power players in Washington and beyond.

21 Days ago Finance Source:

Summary List PlacementThe Biden administration is staffing up, and the competition for jobs is stiff. People who worked on the Biden-Harris campaign or have ties to the Democratic Party generally have an advantage when it comes to landing one... read more

One millionaire landlord was behind half of Milwaukee's evictions during Covid lockdowns last June. Here's the story of how corporate landlords...

24 Days ago Finance Source:

Summary List PlacementDuring one week in June, as nationwide coronavirus deaths climbed steadily above 100,000, companies tied to Youssef "Joe" Berrada filed 225 evictions in Milwaukee. That made him responsible for over half of the city's... read more