What We Know About 'Star Wars: The Last Jedi'
New York Times, 24 January at 00:43
Carrie Fisher and Harrison Ford in “Star Wars: The Force Awakens.” Credit Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures. There's been a disturbance in the Force, and we're not talking about Jar Jar. The title of the next installment in the “Star Wars” franchise
SNL writer suspended indefinitely for tweet mocking Barron Trump
Los Angeles Times, 24 January at 00:34
Katie Rich, a “Saturday Night Live” writer who mocked Barron Trump, the youngest child of President Donald Trump, in a tweet during Friday's inaugural festivities, has been suspended from the late-night comedy show. Rich was suspended immediately after ...
Tidal's Sprint Deal: The Good, The Bad, The Unknown
Billboard, 24 January at 00:18
After months of rumors about a possible acquisition, Tidal announced this morning it sold a 33 percent stake in the company to Sprint for $200 million, giving it access to the telecom company's 45 million customers. It's a bold move for a streaming
Pros and perils for stocks in Trump's 1st 100 days
USA TODAY, 23 January at 23:21
The clock's ticking on Donald Trump's first 100 days in office and if the post-election stock market rally is to continue, the nation's 45th president must now make good on promises to enact policies that will make it easier for U.S. companies to
GOP senators pitch plan that would let some states keep Obamacare
Washington Post, 23 January at 23:16
A group of four Senate Republicans introduced a health-care plan on Monday that promises states a buffet of options for providing health insurance, including keeping their Affordable Care Act exchanges. The proposal, sponsored by Sens. Bill Cassidy (R
Patriots open as three-point favorites to win the Super Bowl
NBCSports.com, 23 January at 23:14
New England is a three-point favorite over Atlanta, and the over-under is set at 58.5, which would suggest the oddsmakers are expecting a final score in the neighborhood of Patriots 31, Falcons 28. That over-under is the highest in Super Bowl history
Tidal's future is brighter after Sprint's investment
The Verge, 23 January at 23:10
Two years after the initial discussions began, Sprint has made a substantial investment in Tidal, acquiring 33 percent of the company. The deal will help stabilize Tidal, which has had issues keeping up with its payments to music labels over the past
Sean Spicer's defense of himself and explanation of Donald Trump's sensitivity, annotated
Washington Post, 23 January at 23:06
White House press secretary Sean Spicer held his first official White House press briefing on Monday, and given the events of the weekend -- in which Spicer made easily disproven claims about the crowds at President Trump's inauguration and didn't take ...
US judge finds that Aetna misled the public about its reasons for quitting Obamacare
Los Angeles Times, 23 January at 23:04
Aetna claimed this summer that it was pulling out of all but four of the 15 states where it was providing Obamacare individual insurance because of a business decision — it was simply losing too much money on the Obamacare exchanges. Now a federal ...
What is the 'Emoluments Clause'? Does it apply to President Trump?
Washington Post, 23 January at 22:59
On Monday morning, a liberal watchdog group filed a lawsuit against President Trump, alleging he'd violated a previously obscure provision in the Constitution: the “Emoluments Clause.” The watchdog group, Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in ...
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